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Title: The Mayo free press
Uniform Title: Mayo free press (Mayo, Fla. 1958)
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Language: English
Publisher: Bernard Guthrie
Place of Publication: Mayo Fla
Creation Date: February 17, 2005
Publication Date: 1958-
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    Section A: Main
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    Section B: Sports
        Page 1
        Page 2
        Page 3
        Page 4
        Page 5
        Page 6
    Section C: North Florida Focus
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    Section D: North Florida Focus: Classified Marketplace
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Join Congressman Allen Boyd for Transient criminals


a Healthcare Town Hall meeting plague society
Captain John Young
On Monday, Feb. 21, did conversations within quality of healthcare in Healthcare Town Hall Lafayette County
Congressman Allen Boyd the community on impor- North Florida," Boyd Meeting with Congress- Sheriffs Office
(D-North Florida) will tant healthcare issues, said. "I urge the public to man Allen Boyd A few weeks'ago, a local elder-
host a Town Hall Meeting "During the past few attend and participate in Monday, February 21 ly citizen was in my opinion, the
for constituents to express years, my constituents the meeting so that I can 12 pm 1 pm EDT victim of a particularly heinous
their concerns and ask have consistently ex- better serve the interests Mayo Cafe crime. This was not a rape, it was
questions on a broad pressed their concerns of North Floridians in Highway 27 (on the not a homicide, it was what some
range of health-related is- about the availability and Washington." west side of town) Mayo. Captain John Young refer to as a simple con-game or
sues. scam. The victim and her
The Town Hall Meeting ofr daughter were victimized
is part of Congressman by two men posing as
Boyd's Healthcare Tour R n o _p_ I merchants looking to
throughout North Flori- open a furniture store in
da. It will allow for can-. the area. They promised
.her free furniture and pre-
sented her with several
Help us samples of different floor
coverings.
While the two women
were distracted by the
e o n "sales pitch," it appears
extraordinary that a third person en-
p tered the residence and
towns people burglarized the home. The
theft was not discovered
Thes Mayo Free Press en- until several hours later,
joys doing stories about allowing the perpetrators
ordinary people that live allowing te
their lives day to day do- plenty of time to clear the
ing extraordinary things. area.
Most of the time these This crime struck a
nerve and during the en-
special individuals are nerve and during the en-
the first to say, "who t during investigation, I dis-
e f "I on dou n covered that some other
me"? "I don't do any-...
me" "Idot do potential victims has been
thine that d s LES.fifth grade students, teachers and Resource Officer Gerald Powers are proud of their D.A.R.E. vehicle Al- contacted under similar--
rei ognition. though the program is taught K-12, fifth and seventh grade students receive an additional 10-week course on drug circumstances.in our com-
Those very attributes prevention each school year. Photo Delores L. Walker munity. Societies have
are what makes them ex-er
been plagued for many
traordinary. The 4x4 truck has recently got- I appreciate the support shown to b ad o n
That's why the Mayo Delores L. Walker ten a new start in life from some make this a viable program in years by bands of roving
Free Press would like to Free Press Reporter very civic minded citizens that are Lafayette County," said Powers. silent Criminals." These
tell their story,, giving proud to have been part of an out- D.A.R.E. is more than an anti- people are experts in com-
our readers the opportu- 62-8 Resource Officer Gerald standing program that has a good drug program say education spe- hitting scams and confi-
nity to look deep into the Powers is riding in style in the track record in drug education for cialists. In fact, documentation of
dence type crimes (con-
core of our community newly reworked black-cherry students K through 12th grade. the D.A.R.E. program say that the
at some folks that you D.A.R.E. (Dare Abuse Resistance Powers said the D.A.R.E. pro- overwhelming majority of school games). Documented in-
vestigations prove that
have brought to our at- Education) vehicle that sends a gram is well received by Lafayette administrators and teachers rated tese ciinas are et
tention. clear message...Lafayette County schools and the community. "This the D.A.R.E. officer as one of the r a
We begin this series of is serious about educating its cooperation assures our students most important features of the working among them-
stories withthe diser pm w a btout to e a e o ct erson selves when choosing
stories with the director young people about the danger of will get the latest nd most knowl- program. their victims and commit-
of the Mayo Manna drugs and they're not ashamed to edgeable data available in the ting crimes; they should
flaunt it! fight to keep the county drug free. SEE D.A.R.E., PAGE 5A
SEE HELP, PAGE 5A be considered a form of
non-traditional organized
crime syndicate.

Or diary people doing e extraordinary y things recen This has come to light in
ing- programs sing of more and more in-
L. Walker furniture or money, its all formation between Law
Delores L. Walker i t' 'h h' all welooed.
Del. .. wlomEnforcement Agencies.
Free Press Reporter With a laugh Imler aid There are two major
the only thing they won't of "Transient
When it comes to meet- take is wives, kids and Criminals," these are
ing basic human require- '-- pets, you know things known as "Gypsies" and
ments, food, clothing and that have to be taken care
shelter you will not find of. SEE TRANSIENT, PAGE 5A
anyone more on the cut- -.. Directing comes easily
ting edge of need than -to Imler, he has vast expe- .
SDon Imler, director of 'rience in responsibility e at
Mayo Manna House. Tak- -' having worked for years Eve on Mayo ,.
ing the reins of leadership in the field of drafting and
after others that have design. His career The weather tor ao
gone before him, Imler spanned years of.teaching t prty d
takes the daily role of "a as a draft instructor toi .!
hand up not a hand out" testing machines for sev-
Svery seriously. He, along eral prestigious compa-
with several helpers, like, nies starting in his birth "-.
Inez Johnson, Margarite state of Pennsylvania and
Jackson, Bessie Massey, more recently in Florida.
Virginia Gaskins, Evelyn Most of his working years
Britner and Forrest Dillon ..._ he was in constant pain RE
ome to Manna House Don Imler (third from left) on the porch at Manna House with his volunteers, (L-R) Mar- from accidents that lead toO
five-days-a-week to pro- garite Jackson, Evelyn Britner, Virginia Gaskins, Inez Johnson, Forrest Dillon two broken necks and For Kids I
vide the needs of literally four back surgeries. 12 & Under
thousands of folks a year. Imler brushes these con-
Under Imler's able lead- 1994. Ducksworth's needs met usually go on check, but the benefits of editions off as he continues No Purchase Necessary
ership the 100 plus year dream was to provide a to meet the needs of oth- helping someone are to give of himself by mak- Must Present Coupon
old house located on Pine shelter to hurting people, ers. priceless, Imler said. ing trips to Tallahassee, iGood 2/18/05 Only 1
SStreet in southeast Mayo to feed and clothe them; Interestingly, Imler said According to Imler the leaving at 5 a.m., to pick-
has added additional ser- providing the love of Je- many of the ones helped opportunity to "help" is up food products from INDEX
vices to the already exist- sus through meeting the by Manna House will of- endless. He said, "if you American Second Har- IN EX
ing programs started over physical needs. ten return to serve as cannot volunteer your Classifieds...... .1-6D
a decade ago by Vickie Ducksworth found that helpers at Manna House. time you can share what SEE EXTRAORDINARY, Calendar....... .2-11C
Walker Ducksworth in those who have their "It's all volunteer, no pay- you have, clothing, food, PAGE 5A Sports............ 1B
Social News....... 3A
U II ,. I Church News......2A
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PAGE 2A THE MAYO FREE PRESS, Mayo, FL THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 2005


faithhare yrurod rshStep UP Florida...
Submitted by home because it rains!
What is your Davis on the Suwannee I left my family destitute
church The following passage is to give you the freedom of
doing? from a sermon by John speech and you remain Here is a list of those vice Center
Let us hear Hagee of "Cornerstone silent on critical issues, be- that sponsored Step Up, McMillan Law Office
from you! Church in San Antonio cause it might be bad for Florida and helped make Ester Springer, Aerobics
I want you to close your business, this event a great success. Instructor
S Have an article eyes and picture in your I orphaned my. children A special thanks to all. Mary Ann Pearson
4 you want printed? mind the soldier at Valley to give you a government This event would not
S Send it to us Forge, as he holds his mus- to serve you and it has have been a success with We had 21 community
So u ket in his bloody hands. He stolen democracy from the out our community part- partners: all of the above
SPhone: 294-1210 stands barefoot in the people. ners. plus Lafayette Sheriffs Of-
no Fax: 294-2666 snow, starved from lack of It's the soldier, not the re- fice, LHS, LES & Mayo
food, wounded from ficeporter who gives you theMayo
n/c food wounded from porter who gives you the Lafayette 4-H Correctional Institute.
months of battle and emo- freedom of the press. L e C y E W h 1
li tionally scarred from the It's the soldier, not the Lafayette county lect- vent s of er a vare
Delivered to be at M t. Paran eternity away from his fam- poet who gives you the edOfcials events offering a variety
ily surrounded by nothing freedom of speech. Mayo Fitness of physical activity.
/ but death and carnage of It's the soldier, not the North Florida Pharmacy Aerobics at courthouse .
S war. He stands though, campus organizer who al- Lafayette County State 10 participants
with fire in his eyes and vic- lows you to demonstrate. Bank Bike ride 5 participants
S tory on his breath He looks It's the soldier, who North Western Mutual, Volleyball/Frisbee 6
S-.at us now in anger and dis- salutes the flag, serves the Lance Braswell participants
S gust and tells us this... flag, whose coffin is draped Lafayette Rotary Club Community walk 26
I gave you a birthright of with the flag that allows the Reliable Fence Compa- participants
freedom born in the Consti- protester to burn the flag!!! ny OakRidge Assisted Liv-
tution and now your chil- "Lord, hold our troops in J & J Gas ing Facility w/ HOSA 30
dren graduate too illiterate your loving hands. Protect Nextel Communications participants
i', ,'. ,.B .IX -" to read it. them as they protect us. Darren Jackson, Attor- Lafayette Health Care
S"' t : I fought in the snow bare- Bless them and their fami- ney at Law 25 participants
foot to give you the free- lies for the selfless acts they Steve Braswell LHS & LES after school
The gospel singing group "Delivered" will be in concert dom to vote and you stay at perform for us in our time Dean Revels, NAPA staff walk 48 participants
at Mt. Paran Baptist Church Saturday, Feb. 19 at 7 p.m. of need. Amen." Mayo Free Press Mayo Correctional Insti-
Come and receive a blessing as they witness to us in Indoor Prayer Wheel: When you Heather Neil, Light- .tute 70 participants
song. Refreshments will be served following the program. Ii read this, please stop for a house Realty Middle School (6th, 7th
The church is located on CR 450 in Lafayette County. moment and say a prayer Tin Singleta CPA & 8th graders) 240 arti
Flea Market for our U. S. forces in Iraq. Tina Singletary, CPA & 8th graders) 240 partici-
a for our U. S. forces in Ir. Bubba Cone, Mayo Ser- pants

Thank YOu! There will be an indoor 6th grade girls P.E. class
Flea Market at the Alton 47 participants
I would like to express you for your prayers, dur- Church of God Family Life IW JV & Varsity Baseball
my heartfelt thanks to ing my recent surgery and Center on February 26, team 22 participants
everyone who called, came recovery. May God bless from 7 a.m. till 3 p.m. This Lafayette 4-H 8 partici-
by, sent cards, brought each and every one of you. rom 7 a.. till public, so IN CE T pants
fd thn Lan MorganT i is open to the public, so IN CONCERT pants
food, and most of all, thank Lan Morgan bring your treasures that Softball 30 participants
you would like to sell and Basketball 14 partici-
FREE Holistic Health Seminar join us. Space is free, but pants
there is a $15 refundable '' Lafayette Elementary
Learn to: "Heal from any Disease Naturally" present- clean up deposit. You will 1 School 124 participants
ed by: Lewis N.Waltzer and Nina Johnson. be responsible for cleaning' Grand Total 705 partici-
When: Thursday, February ,17 6:30-9:30 p.m. up the space that you use pants WOW!!!!!!!!!!!
Where: Lafayette County Public Library, 120 N. We ask that a minimum of Robin Pearson R.N.
Fletcher St., Mayo 20% of your profit be do- B.S.N.
Come early, limited seating, nated to the Alton Church Community Health
Call: 850-584-5661 or Nina lohnson 352-498-7189 for of God Children's Min- Nursi Su ervisor
Nursing Supervisor
more information or questions. istries. w-- Lafayette County
Lafayette County
Children's Ministries will Health Department
have coffee and muffins for Health D
1 of- 1 8(386) 294-1321 ext. 224
LHS Class of 1980 is sale at breakfast and hot- (386) 294-1321 ext. 224
dogs, chips and drinks for ______
looking for classmates sale at lunch. You will need ntact Us
to bring your tables) and Contact Us
Lafayette High School Class of 1980 is looking for class- chairss. RIVERSIDE BAPTIST CHURCH Thanks for reading
mates in order to hold their 25th Class Reunion. Please contact Susan sM FSA The Mayo Free Press.
If you are a classmate or if you know someone in this Hutchins at 294-3198 by, M Y F O I We encourage your phone
graduating class please call: February 19, for more infor- FEBRUARY 20, 2005 calls and questions.
Susan Harris Allen at 935-0901, Pam Zimmerman mation or to reserve you You're welcome to call
Corbin at 935-3118 or Jean Williams at 294-1241. space. 6-30 PMiN us at (386) 294-1210













AIRLINE BAPTIST CHURCH (SBC)......294-2676 Methodist Church NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH Jesus Christ Fellowship
Co-Pastor.........................................................................Larr Law Phone: 386-294-1661 Pastor ............Rev....................Rev. Charlie Walker ows ip
Co-Pastor.... ...................................... ....Rusty ryan MAYO FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Sunday Shool.................................. 10:00 a.m. Community Church,
Sunday School..................................................... 9:45 a.m. Located SE corner of Hwy. 27 & FL 51 Mayo Morning Worship oo ...................................... ................ :00 a.m. A Full Gospel M ministry
Worship Service...................................... ..........................11:00 a.m. Pastor, Walter Bell Morning Worship.1:0amAFulGseMi.... a.m.ty
Children's/Youth Discipleship................................ 6:00 p.m. Discipleship Training...........6:00 p.m. Of Mayo Florida, Inc.
Discipleship Training.....................................................6:30 p.m Sunday School.....:...............................................10:00 a.m Evenng W orship.................................... 7:00 p.m .
Everung Worship............. ............ ....7:00 p.m. Morning W orship....................... .............11:00 a.m. Adult Choir........................................................................8:00 p.m. 294-1656
Wednesday Adult Bible Study...................................6:30 p.mn. Evening Worship....................... .. 6:00 p.m. Prayer Meeting, Bible Study & Mission Group-Wed...7:00 p.m. Deacon Lemon Curtis Watson,
AWANA/outh Meetings......... .......... 6:30 p.m. Wednesday Prayer Meeting............................. 7:00 p.m Located Two Miles North of Mayo Off Highway 51 Chairman of the Deacon Ministry
Located Four Miles East of Mayo onigay2 7 "Come And Hear, All Ye That Fear God" Ps. 66:16 Wothi Locatson, General Mother
"O Come Let us Worship The Lord" Ps. 95:6 128991-F "The Friendly Mayo Methodist" a~ss. "Come And Hear, All Ye That Fear God" Ps. 66:16 F oter Emm tson Geral Mother
at the corner of San Pedro St.
ALTON CHURCH OF GOD... .....294-3133 LIGHTHOUSE CHRISTIAN CENTER...294-3089 PLEASANT GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH (SBC).294-1306 Church Services
Pastor ....................................................Rev. Charles E. Hodge, Jr. Pastor, ohn W hitting to Pastor.............................. .........................Ted Rushing Sunday School.....................10:00 a.m.
Youth Pastor...................................... ..........................Brett Seals J g n Sunday School......................................................... ....9:45 a.m Morning Worship................11:00 a.m.
M music Director..............................................Blanche Perry r i p Tuesday Service..................... 7:00p.m.
Children's Pastor.................................. R an & Tiffany Perr Sunday Praise and Worship Service a.m. Woednesdaship Service... ........................................... .................Meeting and Bible Stuy)
Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Children's Church ...................10:30 a.m. wednesday Discipleship Training.............6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Worship Service/K.D.S. Church................................. 10:45 a.m. Sunday Night Service...................................... 6:00 p.m. Evening Training..... ................. ......6:00 p.m. Worship means Celebration, Communication,
Evening Worship .........................00 p Wednesda Service..........................6:00 p.m. Wednesday Service........................7:00 p.m. Team Kids Night ........................................ ......6:30 p.m. and Consecration.
Family eight Youth Club Church.............7:00 p.m. Wednesday Wed. Children's and Teens Service...........7:00 p.m. Seven miles West of Mayo, left on CR 534 then right on.350A hurch Membership means commitment.
State Road 27 128994-F State Road 51 Mayo "Love Never Fails" 00O. -- Jesus Saves -- 129004.F word of God. 129008-F

BETHEL HOLY CHURCH... .....294-1932 MAYO BAPTIST CHURCH...........(386)294-1020 NEW HARMONY UNrrTED METHODIST CHURCH New Beginnings Church
"Affiliated with Mt. Sinai Holy Churches of America Inc." Interim Pastor: Dr. Roy Lee Saint (Go south on 51 to 160th, turn right) a place for you
Pastor............... ..... Elder Carolyn Demps Worship Leader .......................Joycelyn Cook Pastor: Stan Posey Pastor...............Wayne Hudson
Sunday School..........11:00 a.m. Sunday Schedule Phone (386) 776-1806 Phone Number........386-294-1244
W orship Service... ........ .....................12:00 p.m Bible Study...........................................................................9:45A.M Sunday Worship................................................ am newbeginningschurch@alltel.net
Thursday Bible Study..................... .................... 7:00 p.m W orship Service................................... .................. 11:00 A.M Bible Study.........................................................................10:30 am
Sunday Night Service..... .............. ..... 6:00 P.M. Purpose Statement:
357 Pine Street Wednesday Night Schedule WEDNESDAY New Beginnings exists to provide an environment
"Membershipin m ane Disciple shet Adult Prayer Service ................................ ..... .....6:30 P.M. Women's Bible Study...................................1............. 0:00 am where People can discover and deelopapassionfor
Membership means Discipleship 128995-F m\obaeischurchatlnel 19OO9 God that is Real relevant, and relational.
HATCHBEND APOSTOLIC CHURCH..935-2806 MIDWAY BAPTIST CHURCH Presently meeting in the Mayo
VICTORY BIBLE CHURCH.........................................935-0843 Community Center
p .. Sunday School...................................................................10:00 a.m Pastor: S e. M rvice ..ue:
Pastor ..... ................. .......................... Rev. Steve Boyd W worship Service................................. ................... a.m. Rev. Larry Easton Sun. Mornin Worship....................10:00 a.m.
Sunday School.... ................ ..... 10:00 a.m. Discipleship Training ................... ..........6:00 p.m. Sunday AM Service..... ......... ..... ................... 10:30 a.m. Wednesday Night Bible Study................7:00p.m.
Evening W worship .................................... ............... 6:00 p.m Evening W orship..... .................................. .................7:00 p.m Sunday PM Service...................................................................................6:00p.m tn h aifore
W ed. Light for Living....................... .....................7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday ........ ...... 7:00 p.m. Children's Church......................................................................10:30 a.m.
Thursday Mid Week....... ......................7:00 p.m. Ephesus Advent
Located 4 miles South on Hwy. 349, "For -cated-on County Road 354 Hwy. 27, 4 miles West of Branford Christian Church
"For If Ye Forgive Men Their Tresspasses Your Heavenly Pastor BillrTalley
then left on CR 138, follow signs. 2- Father Will Also Forgive You" Matt. 6:14 22.F 1 200s-F 963-56001_, FB ~208-6 26
FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD ST. MATTHEW'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH Bethel Creek Baptist Ch,urch.....................658-2398 unday School Service .9:45 a.m.
Choir Practice..................................................10:00 a.m. Contact Number in M ayo (386) 294-2664 Pastor : Sherwood E. Sawyer Worship Service ...........................11:00 a.m.
Sunday W o rs Serc e .e. Vicar...........................m S...............................Rev..Linda..Lowry S.. .. 9: a.m Prayer Meeting...............................7:00 m.
Kid's Church................................. 11:00a.m. Vicar................................... ..... Rev. Linda Lowry Sunday Worship Service....................11:00 a.m. 0
Evening Worship............................................6:00 p.m. Deacon....... ..........The Rev. Lynne Ashmead Sunday Evening Worship.................................. 6:00 p.m. TO Place Your
Kids on the Rock.........................6:30 p.m. Celebration of Holy Eucharist at 7:00 PM Wednesday Bible Study...............................7:00 p.m. Church In Our
ednesdaYYouth Impact.. ....................7:pm each Wednesday to be followed by lighter
Adult Bible Study............................ 7:00 p.m. each Wednesday to be followed by lightNursery available for all services Church Directory,
Pastor: David Stephens refreshments and Christian Education. located 3 miles North of Day se Church Directory
Located on Mill Street, Mayo "Renewing Hope and BuildingLives" Located One Block North of the Courthouse in Mayo. Where you are always welcomed 5 129F Call Kathy at 362-1734 .


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Hezekiah "Arnett" Eubanks Jr. and Crystal Michelle Newberry ____
Roger and Lisa Newberry of Lake City would like to an- Max and Luke Meyer would like to announce the birth
4 nounce the engagement and approaching marriage of of their brother, Zachary Thomas Meyer, born January 13,
their daughter, Crystal Michelle Newberry, to Hezekiah 2005 at Pattie A. Clay Regional Hospital in Richmond, KY.
S"Arnett" Eubanks Jr., son of Kiah and Lynn Eubanks of He weighed six pounds, 12 ounces and was 19 5/8 inches
O'Brien. long.
Crystal is a graduate of Columbia High School and is Dr. Max and Reylinda Meyer are the proud parents.
-... ..l 1 currently employed at First Federal Savings Bank. Her Maternal grandparents are Linda and the late Reynold
S"' maternal grandparents are Hubert and Carol Pennington Causey of Day. Paternal grandparents are Gail and the
*.. .., *of Pinetta and her paternal grandparents are Jim and Flo'- late Robert Meyer of Madison.
erence Newberry of Madison.
Arnett is a graduate of Braqford High School and is cur-
rently employed at Eubanks Farms. His maternal grand- olun
Parents are Vivian Johnson of Lake City and the late
Alex Gregory Winnett and Jennifer Ann Fewell Franklin Johnson and his paternal grandparents are Gail e kindergarten
John and Trannie Lacquey of Branford and John R. Lanier of Live Oak and the late Floyd C. Eubanks and the pre nder t
Fewell, III of Tallahassee announce the engagement of late O.C. "Slim" Lanier.
their daughter, Jennifer Ann Fewell to Alex Gregory Win- The ceremony will take place April 2, 2005 at 4 p.m. at program explained
nett, son of Dennis and Ellie Winnett of Branford. First Baptist Church, Live Oak. A reception will follow at
Jennifer is the granddaughter of Betty Fewell of Talla- Suwannee Country Club. The Early Learning Coalition of Florida's Gateway (for-
hassee and the late Bo Buchanan of Mayo. Local invitations will not be sent. All friends and family merely the Gateway School Readiness Coalition) would
Alex is the grandson of Eleanor Chandler of Melbourne are invited to attend. like everyone in the Gateway region (Columbia, Hamil-
and the late Richard Chandler and Art and Janet Winnett. ton, Lafayette, Suwannee and Union Counties) to know
The Bride-elect is a 1997- graduate of Branford High Mi dl* y l about the new, free, educational program that is being of-
School and a 2001 graduate of Florida State University. C I dJ IV fered to Florida's families: Voluntary Pre Kindergarten or
Jennifer is employed as an assistant quick-fill specialist at VPK.
Eli Research in Naples. Cindy (Feagle) Zrowka with her husband, Chris, re- Any child residing in Florida, who will turn four on or
The Bridegroom-elect is a 1997 graduate of Lafayette turned back from Germany last Wednesday. Cindy and before September 1, is eligible to receive 540 hours of de-
High School and a 2003 graduate of Lake City Communi- Chris were married March 2004. They have served their velopmentally appropriate preschool instruction this com-
ty College in Golf Course Operations. Alex is currently country, in the Army, and have been in Germany for ing school year (beginning in August). The instruction can
employed as an assistant superintendent at Royal Poin- dte past three years and one month. be provided throughout the school year (e.g., three hours
ciana Golf Club in Naples. After visiting in Lafayette County with family and per day), or it can be provided in a shorter period (e.g., six
A Luau wedding is planned for April 16, at the home of friends they will make their home in Philadelphia, PA. hours per day for half a year); this is up to the provider.
the bride's parents in Branford. All friends and relatives Cindy is the daughter of Martha Lynn and Ty Smith. VPK can be provided by any licensed private provider
are invited. The sister of Wendy Lents and BreeAnn Smith and the or by the local public school district. Anyone wanting to
granddaughter of T. J. and Mary NM. Santerfeit. Cindy is provide VPK will have to register with the Gateway Coali-
SB d also the cousin of Trey Rice who returned home atter tion, and Gateway will work with the private providers to
j- iU l serving our country in Iraq for 17 months. see to it that they have the necessary requirements in place
We appreciate our young people and salute them for for the program.
giving so w' e may remainfree 9od Bless our Military. Private providers (for-profit centers, not-for-profit cen-
ters, faith-based centers, non-public schools or family
H Th mAS mane, D Peident's~ Iit child care homes) interested in VPK should contact the
Thomas m r e i Lit Early Learning Coalition of Florida's Gateway in Lake
-. Thoma \ -'.v *makes President'sList c care home interesti n VPK sh cotac th
Prior to graduation.. Stu- City (484 SW Commerce Drive, Suite 105, Lake City, FL
dents on the President's 32025, 386-752-9770, ext 24) and ask for Jamie Witzman,
: List have displayed the the Enrollment Manager. They can also submit a provider
Motivation and talent nec- pre-application form directly to Gateway through their
website: www.fl-gsrc.org.
T k to... he Sessary to achieve a degree ebi
Sof academic excellence that Parents of four year-olds should immediately contact
e all of us at LCCC continu- Ms. Witzman at the address and phone number given
Sy encourage. above or go on to the web site to submit a child pre-appli-
ally encourage.
cation form for VPK.
S. Danielle is the sixteen tio fo fo
year old daughter of Ed- If you have any questions, you can call Ms. Witzman or
ward and Becky Thomas. the Gateway Executive Director, Dr. Thomas Logan, at
ri -s 386-752-9770, ext. 12.
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Bland Danielle Thomas
The Board of Trustees,
Miss Rachel Rice and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hatch of faculty and staff at Lake
Anthony Bland of Perry Perry and Rachel is the City Community College
were married Dec. 6. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. wishes to extend congratu-
The couple were married Ron Rice also of Perry. nations to Danielle Thomas
in New Port News, VA, Rachel is the grand- of Mayo, for achieving the
where Anthony is sta- daughter of T. J. and Mary distinct honor of being
tioned. He is serving in the M. Santerfeit of Day. placed on -the Fall, 2004,
Navy and is assigned to The couple will make President's List. This honor
USS Eisenhower. their home in New Port signifies her hard work in
Anthony is the son of Dr. News, VA. earning 12 or more credits
and having a grade point
The Florida Junior Miss average of 4.0.
The Presidents List is the
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The Florida finals will be
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March 17, 18, 19 and 20, to Happy Birthday to
select the new Florida Ju- Ivan Arturo Purcell-Crocco
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Southern Sky Realty holds awards dinner Sign-up begins
Karen Barnhill, Broker, Owner of for USDA tree
Southern Sky Realty of FL, Inc. held her "
annual awards dinner at Horseshoe assistant e
Beach Cafe, Tuesday, January 18. assistance program
Everyone enjoyed a great dinner con-
sisting of prime rib, shrimp and all the Agricultural landowners in need of financial relief for trees,
trimmings put on by Joe and Romona bushes, vines, and forest land damaged by natural disasters
Massie, who own the cafe. that occurred between Dec. 1, 2003, and Dec. 31, 2004, have a
The top salesperson of the year award W0. new option for help through the USDAs Tree Assistance Pro-
went to Jay Hershberger. This was the gram (TAP), according to FSA Lafayette County Executive Di-
second year Jay has taken home this rector Michael Allbritton.
prestigious award.. Agriculture Secretary Mike Johanns announced that sign-up
Southern Sky Realty of FL, Inc. cur- for the USDA's Tree Assistance Program (TAP) began Feb. 7,
ety has two offices, the main office is 2005. Funding for TAP was authorized by the Military Construc-
located in Mayo. The first branch office 'tion and Emergency Hurricane Supplemental Appropriations
was opened in the Live Oak area in Act, 2005 (2005 Appropriations Act), and signed into law by
President Bush last October.
2002. Karen is currently getting ready to President Bush last October.
open her second branch office in Horse- "This legislation," said Johanns, "provides more than $3 billion
shoe Beach early in February. This will in relief to farmers, ranchers, foresters and other agricultural
be a full service office handling sales producers who suffered damage due to severe weather in re-
and rental property, cent years." TAP is the first of several programs to be launched
Karen and her husband Eddie moved to Horseshoe .in 2005 to help producers recover from natural disasters that
Beach full time early last year. They are looking forward occurred in 2003 and 2004.
tomeeting andworking with everyone in the area. The sign-up period for General TAP, TAP-Timber, and TAP-
The office will be located at 50 Main St., Horseshoe Pecans will end either on March 18, 2005, or 14 calendar days
Beach, FL. Phone: 352-498-5600. i c 'wl after the Federal Register Notice is published. Approved funding
for the TAP programs includes:
.. Funding for General TAP which is
Available for eligible orchardists
Funding for rehabilitation and related costs for pecan trees
Destroyed or damaged as a result of tropical storms, hurricanes,
I would like to take this means to express my sincere and related events that were located in a Presidential-disaster
thanks to all the wonderful people of Dixie County for the declared county.
outpouring of love and compassion shown to my family Funding for forest timber owners for replanting
and me during the loss of our loved one, Cindy L. Wood. Owners of eligible trees, bushes and vines from which an an-
A special thanks to Rick Gooding Funeral Home, Warden nual crop is produced for commercial purposes; eligible forest
Jim Witt and all the employees and staff at Mayo Correction- land owners who produce crops of timber for commercial pur-
al Institute. My words seem so inadequate as I try to express poses; and eligible pecan producers may receive assistance un-
my thanks for the flowers, food, visits, calls and prayers. der TAP.
I am so thankful to live and work in this loving and caring Producers who received payments under Section 32 of the
area, and you will never know just how much it meant to us
for all the acts of kindness shown to us during this most dif- -: Act of August 24, 1935, for 2004 hurricane losses, or the Flori-
ficult time. da Citrus Disaster Program (funded by the same Act), are ineli-
Again, thanks from the bottom of our hearts for your kind- gible to receive benefits under the general TAP and for forest
ness. tr. ,. timber. However, producers may receive both Section 32 pay-
Sincerely, Kevin, Michael, Jennifer Wood and family ments and TAP payments for pecan rehabilitation. In addition,
producers are ineligible for both Emergency Conservation Pro-
u l..' ..M. gram and TAP assistance for the same losses.
bl ic Me ing *TAP for Orchardists*
P u b lic M eg Funding as necessary has been authorized for benefits under
Please be advised that the at (386) 752-9770.
PErleaebeadvniedthatthe at (386) 752-9770.n ae of the 2005 Appropriations Act for losses which occurred during
Early Learning Coalition of Notice has been made of -the period beginning Dec. 1, 2003, and ending Dec. 31, 2004,
Florida's Gateway Board this meeting, through pub- he period beginning Dec. 1, 2003, and ending Dec. 31, 2004,
Flmeeting will be hed on licas meeting therough pu- for eligible orchardists to replant trees, bushes and vines that
meeting will be held on lication, to cover the "Gov-
Wednesday, March 2, at 9 eminent in the Sunshine". were grown to produce an annual crop. Benefits will not be pro-
a.m. at the Coalition office, law. rated.
484 SW Commerce Drive, *TAP for Forest Timber Producers*
Suite 1 City. 4 BIoyd Staff In addition, the 2005 Appropriations Act authorized $15 mil-
The Coalition oversees USjB ydn S an Vflle ... .. lion for assistance to eligible producers who meet all require-
the state and federal fund- oSuw annee ,alin't ., m.::", A ments and produce periodic crops of forest timber for commer-
ing for all school readiness holds office cial use, and who suffered timber losses or damage during the
programs birth to age five Leagues provide s period beginning Dec. 1, 2003, and ending Dec. 31, 2004. If all
(5) for the following coun- hours in MUayo o eligible claims filed during the application period are greater
ties: Columbia, Hamilton, U n y uth than the available funds, benefits will be prorated.
Lafayette, Suwannee, and A member of Congress- o *TAP for Pecan Tree Producers*
Union counties. We en- man Allen Boyd's (D- Suwannee Valley Leagues is a non-profit organiza- The 2005 Appropriations Act also authorized $8.5 million in
courage community partic- North Florida) staff will be tion that provides recreation for the youth in Gilchrist TAP assistance for producers who suffered crop damage to
ipation and welcome any visiting Mayo on the sec- County. pecan trees. The funds will reimburse producers for pruning, re-
input. ond Wednesday of every The Suwannee Valley Bluegrass Festival is a major habilitation and other related costs. Pecan producers must be
If any persons) interest- month so the people of fundraiser for the youth of Gichrist County. All pro- located in a Presidentially-declared disaster county that suf-
ed in attending this meet- Lafayette County will have ceeds of the Bluegrass Festival go towards providing
fered hurricane or tropical storm-related tree losses related to
ing has a disability requir- the opportunity to person- better recreational opportunities for the youth of the 2004 hurricane season. If all eligible claims filed during the
ing special assistance ally discuss issues concern- Gilchrist County. application period are greater than the available funds, benefits
please contact Heidi Moore ing them. will be prorated.
Fresh & Silk Flower Mr. Allbritton encourages interested producers to visit or con-
-Arrangementsnow available tact their local USDA Service Center or Farm Service Agency
.. ......O P for Valentine's Day e v c-
$B2 0 O frV etWith Coupon D- office formore information and/or to sign-up for the TAP pro-
Download@vermontcastings.com gram. The Lafayette FSA Office phone number is: (386) 294-
.. 1851 or (800) 243-9912. More information on TAP is also avail-
ad- .;,, L. ^ .oLO -JL /2 able on USDA'S Web site at: www.usda.gov.
Sr The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) prohibits discrim-
Annual........ 129 SE Walter HendersonRd.(Hwy. 27), nation in all its programs and activities on the basis of race, col-
Fa tor Mayo, FL 32066 or, national origin, gender, religion, age, disability, political be-
A ... liefs, sexual orientation and marital or family status. (Not all pro-
.SALE. (3 86 .....s74..... o_ H ^. .._ F hibited bases apply to all programs.) Persons with disabilities
.- who require alternative means for communication of program in-
i E E .,in.. ,-,-. iA'" formation (Braille, large print, audio/tape, etc.) should contact
*Wood Stoves i >.---SW N -N BA IL IX X X USDA's TARGET Center at (202) 720-2600 (Voice and TDD).
Gas Seletoves B O- To file a complaint of discrimination, write USDA, Director, Of-
Large Selection BO N D S |fice of Civil Rights, Room 326-W, Whitten Building, 14th and In-
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Transient
Continued From Page 1A many of these incidents need. Often times these one can be a victim and in all representatives of an cale. However, over the
go unreported due to the scam artists will offer to a lot of these cases victims agency or business last twelve years that I
"Travelers." They live embarrassment of the vic- do construction work for do not report the crime should carry some form have served this commu-
within their own "closed tim and in many cases a less than reasonable due to embarrassment. of identification verifying nity, I have noticed sever-
society" and travel from they fear reprisal. Others price, in some cases they Some steps you can take their employment. Print al changes taking place. I
location to location; they fear the loss of their inde- will even present a con- to protect yourself are as "Deposit Only" on the am fearful that more of
do in many cases have pendence when family tract for the work. The follows: back of personal checks to our citizens will fall vic-
what they refer to as their members take the posi- work will be sub-stan- Be wary of unexpect- create a "paper trail" tim to similar crimes due
base camp. Certain tion that they are no dard and poor materials ed interaction with Do no make a spur of to the rapid growth in our
groups have their own longer capable of rational will be used. There are a strangers (in person or by the moment decision, talk state and community. The
township, operating out thought, number of con-games telephone) with a trusted friend or opportunity for this type
of Florida, Tennessee, These people are ex- that are used such as the Be wary of any situa- family member before of crime is on the in-
South Carolina, and Penn- perts at what they do, this burglary home repair ser- tion that requires cash or making major decisions. crease. These criminals
sylvania. They prey pri- is their job. They locate vice scam, the tool sale a bank withdrawal If you suspect any- do no look like crimi-
marily on the elderly. Sta- their victim and then ex- scam, the burglary with Suspect all "door to thing, contact the local nals; they appear to be
tistics indicate that ap- ploit them using high linoleum scam, the bank door" sales solicitation Sheriff's office, honest, likable and legit-
proximately 65% of all the pressure tactics, get rich examiner scam, the utility Display "No Solicita- Lafayette County is a imate. If a stranger ap-
crimes reported, where quick schemes, and prey impostor scam, and land- tion" and "Beware of relatively peaceful com- preaches you, follow the
the victim is 60 years of upon the victim's good scaping scams just to Dog" signs on residence munity and we don't suggestions listed above,
age or older, are of the nature and desire to help name a few. Ask "Officials" to have a lot of transient hopefully they will pre-
"transient crime" nature. out someone who pre- The problem with this produce identification criminal activity due to vent you becoming a vic-
The alarming factor is that sents themself as being in type of crime is that any- and attempt to confirm, our "out of the way" lo- tim as well.


D.A.R.E.
Continued From Page 1A olence in our schools to NAPA/Revels Auto Sup- and Powers want others ended sponsorship and about sponsorship or the
provide a building block ply, Scott Barnes Pine that would like to be a you can still contribute if D.A.R.E. program call
The impact made by and source of support for Straw, Roundtree Moore part of this project to you so desire. the LCSO at 386-294-
these uniformed officers, all prevention activity. Ford, Q&C Stereo, B&B know that it is an open- For more information 1222.
who work onsite in the Powers and Sheriff Auto & Truck, Levis &
classroom and develop a Carson McCall are proud Bonnie Odom, Lafayette
close and trusting rela- to acknowledge the sav- State Bank, First Federal
tionship with students is ings, (actual dollar Savings Bank, Byrd's
a key factor in making amount to the county is Power Equipment, Ben's .
the program work say about $70) provided by Paint Supply, Green
D.A.R.E administrators. sponsors that have Oaks Cafe, Keen Forest
Records show that over stepped forward to pro- Management, Leenette
50,000 D.A.R.E. officers vide a fine vehicle. Those McMillan, attorney.
have been trained and who contributed to the The LCSO sends a spe-
certified to teach the project thus far are: cial thanks to all the ' ..
D.A.R.E. program and Lafayette Paint & Body, sponsors. w i .
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Continued From Page 1A The many hands that nails as he repairs'some- Resource Officer Gerald Powers shows off the D.A.R.E. vehicle at the weekly Rotary
help range in age from 32 thing around the blue meeting.
vest. He arrives back in years old to 78 years old. house that has become a
Mayo by 11 a.m. to supply Occasionally even small symbol of true Christian H elp
the need of folks who children are enlisted in love right here in the
come to Manna House on what they feel like is a heart of Mayo. Continued From Page 1A If you know of some- 386-294-1210 or email us
Thursday and Fridays. fun game as the laughter Imler is proud to say one in the county that has a t
that Mayo Manna House House, Don Imler. Look given that "extra some- mayofreepress@alltel.net.
is a member of Suwannee for his story on the front thing" on the behalf of Perhaps their story will
Valley United Way. Imler page of this week's paper. others give us a call at become part of this series.
said United Way has list-
ed Manna House as a des-
ignated "cold night shel- .
ter". This affords local res-
idents a place to go if they -
don't have heat at their
homes when the tempera- '-.
ture drops below 35 de-
grees. He said the "cold ., ,
-s shelter" is also open to
folks passing through the
county who need a warm
place to stay for the night.
It's obvious to the on-
looker that Imler enjoys
.- -what he does as he contin-
ues with the fast-paced
-ik routine of each week's as-
V. signment.....to see just
how many lives can be en-
riched by a group of vol-
unteers that are commit-
S ted to make the world a a
S kinder place to be, or as *
Imler calls it, "a labor of
love."
Don Imler stands at the almost depleted bread shelves af- Perhaps you would like
ter several folks had dropped by for assistance.. te
to become a part of this
growing ministry family.
When he arrives at and soft voices of the vol- If so, all it takes is a will-
Manna House with the unteers can be heard as ing heart and helping TALUAMVATO
food he is assisted by vol- they go about the task of hands said Imler. ALABAMA_,_
unteers who restock the helping others. For more information B U S I rE 5 5.," "'''
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bag the produce in prepa- Imler can be seen first un- House or to schedule Don '" iZi '
ration for the many peo- loading the food trailer, Imler to speak to your '
ple who share the bounty then sorting clothing and church or civic organiza-
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Lady Hornets repeat!
iThe final phase of district competition is complete,
and the Lady Hornets still reign supreme in district
SL competition completing the undefeated streak with a
convincing 54-33 win over Hamilton County.
The tournament started with Chiefland fast break- -
ing their way to a 20-4 first quarter lead over Bronson
and coasted to an impressive 54-22 win. Matheny -l .
Should score 17, while teammate Ward dropped in 12
points to lead the Lady Indians to the easy win.
SThe late game featured the second seeded Lady a
Trojans from Hamilton County facing the bottom Chandra Shine hits from the line.
The Lady Hornets warm up prior to the physical contest. seeded Branford team. The Trojans started out a little
sluggish only posting an 8-2 first quarter lead, but in-
creased that lead to twenty by the half. Hamilton
County would have to hang on in the second half as .,
.. the Bucs Lauren Schultz took control bringing the
Bucs back, but it would not be enough as Jasper hung
S on for a 41-33 win.
The home team from Trenton would take the court
Sin te final first roud ge, an easi disposed Smith and Land work the ball up the court effectively.
Sthe Lady Bulldogs from Bell to earn a second round ,
t matchup with Jasper, while the Lady Hornets from
The officials meet with Lewis and Smith with last minute in- Mayo enjoyed a bye as a result of winning the regular
structions. season title with a perfect 12-0 sweep of district oppo-
sition.
S t The second round was led off with. the top seeded
Sr e Lady Hornets facing a Chiefland team that Mayo had
handled handily during the regular season. That '-" -
m a would not be the case on this night as the Lady Indi-

6-4 before Mayo finished the opening period scoring Stacey Lewis gets to the basket quickly. Lewis had a great
the final eight points to take a hard earned 10-6 lead, tournament
S with Stacey Lewis scoring six points, while Chandra
Shine was doing the damage on the boards puling
The introductions of the Hornets. down 3 and blocked a shot.
The defense would take control in the second quar-
S. a ter with an aggressive Kayla Smith getting 3 steals
S w and provided an assist to the hard charging Lewis
Li-nda'- Tiwiwho scored another 6 points as a result. Although a
S-* only scoring 5 first half points, Natalie Land grabbed ,
"- --- _6 rebounds, had 3 steals and provided an assist to M 1 ,.
So help the Lady Hornets increase the lead to 25-14 byt -
the end of the'first half. Solid defense in the third pe-i,
riod by Land and Lewis that led to a combined 6
Steals and 8 points pushed the lead to 37-23. The The team celebrates their achievements. There was not a
fourth quarter provided the Land, Lewis and Shine
Show to hquatter provided the and, Lewis anda Shne huge celebration afterwards. There seems to be much more
show to shut the door on Chiefland 50-39 and earned w
The Hornets receive their prize, another district champi- work this team wants to accomplish. Oak Hall awaits Thurs-
onship after the convincing win over the Lady Trojans. SEE LADY,PAGE 2B day night at the home gym to challenge those goals.

Senior Night


Ladies dominate, boys tough in loss

A very special night took place in Mayo steals, a rebound and an assist before she ter, as she showed everybody what they are also had 5 steals and 4 assists.
this past week with a tribute to all the senior departed the game to a standing ovation in going to be missing from behind the arc with Marla Alcazar scored 6 points with a cou-
basketball players. The opponent would be the final stages of the fourth quarter. two long threes. She was strong on the ple of steals for the Hornets, while Coach
Suwannee. All the Hornet fans expected a big game boards with 7 rebounds, and had another Blankenship seemed very anxious to make
The ladies took the court first, and left no by senior guard Stacey Lewis, and they got massive block in the game which is starting the future the present as Sunshine Reid came
doubt to the outcome of the game as all four just that. The third quarter belonged to to be expected. in to give Mayo a great game scoring 5
seniors started the game and the only good Lewis as she scored 10 of her game high 21 Kayla Hood left the game late after start- points, while stealing the ball 3 time and
news for Suwannee was the fact that they points, while grabbing 3 rebounds, with 3 ing it off, and scored 2 points, had a block had a rebound.
managed a basket in the first quarter as assists and stole the ball three times in an- and a rebound before leaving to applause Other games of note was by Fran Smith
Mayo jumped out to a 24-2 first quarter lead. other great performance. Lewis would re- for her efforts giving Coach Blankenship scoring 4 points while grabbing 4 rebounds.
Normally, senior guard Kayla Smith leads treat late in the game to a well deserved ova- valuable minutes off the bench this past Defensively, Smith stole the ball twice and
the Lady Hornets defensively to set the tone tion. year. blocked a shot.
for the game, and that did happen, but she Chandra Shine would also get a thunder- Yes, there were non-seniors that saw ac- Seniors received basketballs signed by
also scored 7 points to go along with her ous ovation upon her departure as she tion against the Lady Bulldogs. Natalie their teammates and presented to them by
steals in the first period to boost the Hornets. turned in another great game herself scoring Land made her presence felt scoring 16 their coaches. Good Luck to all the depart-
She would finish the game with 9 points, 3 9 points, 6 of which came in the fourth quar- points, while hitting the boards for 9. She ing Lady Hornets. Thanks for the memories.










Dogs a 3- Chandra Elise Shine was escorted by Kayla Hood was escorted by parents Mike
Kayla Smith was escorted by Wayman and Steven and Jackie Bellamy. She plans to and Sheila Hood. She has played 3 years
S Joan Smith along with her sister Arika attend North Florida Community College of varsity basketball, 3 years of varsity soft-
Stacey Lewis was escorted by her Mother, Smith. She played varsity basketball and and transfer to FSU to pursue a career as ball, and 3 years of varsity cheerleading.
Linda Tucker, and sister, Reva Lewis. She varsity softball for three years. She is a an athletic trainer. Her school activities in- She is a member of the senior Beta, inter-
has been actively playing basketball for the member of the Interact, FCA and FBLA clude 4 years of basketball, one year of act and FFA clubs. She is the senior class
Hornets over the past 4 years. She has clubs and is a member of the Brewer Lake varsity softball and one year of track and treasurer and is the Student Council Presi-
also played softball for 3 years, and volley- Baptist Church. She plans to attend North field. She is a member of the Beta Club, dent. Her future plans are to finish her AA
ball for 2 years. She enjoys shopping and Florida Community College to get an AA National Honor Society, Interact Club and at North Florida Community College where
hanging out with her friends. She plans to degree. She then plans to attend Florida the FBLA and FCA clubs. She also repre- she is currently dual enrolled. She then
attend NFCC for two years to become a State University to pursue a career in the sents her senior class as their student rep- plans to seek a University to complete her
CNA. health field, resentative. Bachelors degree.

The varsity boys basketball team was not would grow to ten points before Mayo an- points, had 3 rebounds, 2 steals, a block and "
quite as fortunate dropping a 63-47 decision swered with a seven point run of theirXvn an assist.
to the Suwannee Bulldogs. The game was to close within three points. The run was fu- Other seniors taking the home court for
more competitive than the score may indi- eled by aggressive rebounding and defense the last time were Dustin Geiger who scored
cate however. The trio of Cody Page, from Thomas Parker and Kelly, while Page two points while collecting 2 steals and had
Michael Kelly and James Edwards was able managed to drop a three pointer for 5 points a rebound. James Turner finished his Hor-
to control the glass, and play some great de- in the quarter. The Bulldogs finished the net career with a steal, 2 rebounds and "
fense to lead the Hornets to an early 14-3 ad- deal in the fourth quarter from behind the blocked a shot. Josh Atkins also finished his ...
vantage. The lead would dwindle to five arc hitting a couple of early shots to open the hardwood play for the Hornets in a nice ef-
points at the end of the first quarter, and lead to 59-45, and coasted from there. fort grabbing 3 rebounds, had a block and
sink even further after an eight point run by Page led the scoring with 18 points for stole the ball once. Josh Adkins was escorted by Cathy Antho-
the Bulldogs extended into the second quar- Mayo. He would also block a couple of Other Hornets reaching the scoring col- ny He has been a member of the Hornet
ter. shots while grabbing 3 rebounds. A nice job umn were Chris Lisk with 3 points and 7 re- include playing basketball and hanging outbbies
Mayo led 2-14 before the Bulldogs heated was turned in by senior Michael Kelly with bounds, Thomas Parker with two points, 5 with friends. He plans toall attend hanging out
up from behind the arc and went on an 12 points and 12 rebounds for the game, and rebounds, a block and 3 steals, and Chris Community College.
eleven point run that held up to give the blocked two shots. Another nice effort was Gibbons finishing the scoring with two immunity College.
Dogs a 34-28 half-time advantage. That lead turned in by Joseph Edwards scoring 6 points. More photos on page 3B






PAGE 2B ~ THE MAYO FREE PRESS, Mayo, FL THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 2005

Lady
Continued From Page 1B na Craig pulled down 4 as perfect of basketball Defensively, she took the Kayla Smith with 4 points Mayo will get that oppor-
rebounds, had a steal and defensively that anybody ball away 5 times and and pulled down a couple tunity tonight at the home
Mayo a trip to the regional provided 2 assists. could ask for as they blocked 3 shots. of rebounds. It does not gym with a 7:30pm start
tournament. In the late game, a de- scored the first 15 points Shine also came ready always show up on the time against Oak Hall in
Lewis would lead the 'termined group of the of the game and a com- to play in this one, espe- stat sheet, but several ear- the first round of the re-
scoring with 22 points, host team Trenton Tigers manding 19-1 first quar- cially defensively pulling ly Jasper turnovers was as gional tournament. Oak
she also had 6 steals and gave Jasper everything ter lead much to the ap- down 8 rebounds, and a direct result of the hus- Hall lost their district
grabbed 2 rebounds. they wanted before proval of a large group of blocked 2 shots, both in tle Smith provided for the championship game
Land would have 13 falling 45-36. Trenton Hornet fans. Even Coach an intense fourth quarter. Hornets on the press. against Ocala Trinity
points and 13 rebounds only trailed by a basket at Blankenship had to give She also had a steal, Kayla Hood dropped in Catholic. Mayo lost twice
for the game, and hustled the half, but the fast praise of the early run. scored 5 points, and gave two late free throws to to Oak Hall this season,
her way to 7 steals while breaking Lady Trojans Jasper would not recover out 3 assists in a well close out the scoring for while securing an early
handing out 2 assists. managed to open up the as the Lady Hornets played ball game by the Mayo. Players of note season win over Trinity.
Shine and K. Smith game in the third quarter coasted to their second outstanding senior, turning in great games Fans will be treated to
would continue to turn in before finally disposing of straight district title by a The future of Lady was Marla Alcazar grab- watching the two top can-
great overall perfor- the pesky Tigers to earn a score of 54-33. Hornets basketball was bing 4 rebounds and had didates for player of the
mances with Smith scor- district title shot against Mayo was led by Lewis shown in this years dis- an assist, while Whitney year honors in this one as
ing 4 points, stole the ball Mayo. once again who was just trict tournament with McGrew had 2 rebounds, Land leads the Hornets,
4 times, and handed out 2 On Saturday night, the simply tremendous in the several youngsters get- a block and 2 steals while while Neale will lead the
assist while battling foul much anticipated show- championship game scor- ting time on the court, doing a great job under- Eagles. It should be a
trouble most of the night. down between Jasper and ing 18 points, 10 in the Sabrina Craig certainly neath the basket defen- good one. Once again,
Shine scored 5 points, Mayo was awaiting. Jen- first quarter, and had 4 re- did not look like a junior sively keeping the Jasper the call to the fans foes
with 4 steals, had 5 re- nifer Hughes opened-up bounds with 3 steals and varsity player in this one height from being a fac- out, the ladies need you
bounds, blocked a shot with the National An- 3 assists, scoring 4 points, while tor. badly for this crucial con-
and had an assist. Also them, and then the let's Naturally, in a champi- grabbing 4 rebounds and The subdued celebra- test.
scoring for the Lady Hor- get ready to rumble tune onship game, Land stole the ball once in a tion began for Mayo, but Congratulations to the
nets was Fran Smith with hit the gym. The knock- turned in a great game nice job. fans sense this team 2004-05 district champi-
2 points. Despite not out blow came early in with 17 points, 9 re- Also scoring for Mayo wants much more than a ons, the Lafayette High
scoring, youngster Sabri- this one as Mayo played bounds, and 3 assists. was senior point guard district title this year. School Lady Hornets!



Three jerseys retired
A very special occasion at Lafayette McGrew was unable to attend the coach, Joey Pearson. In college, Bell sters of all ages on the football field and
High School took place at half-time of event, but his mother, Patricia, and sis- walked on to the University of Florida the basketball court. He is currently at
the boys basketball game. Three jer- ter, Whitney, accepted the award on his and became the 1984 SEC player of the the helm of the Ocala Trinity Catholic
seys were retired in memory of the spe- behalf, year. He was a 3-time All-SEC selec- football program, and has built that
cial athletes leaving a legacy at Mayo. The presentation was proudly made tion. In 1987, he was a Heisman Tro- program into a contender at all levels.
In college, Perry lettered in both foot- by the Hornets current head football phy candidate. He also coaches in the Mayo recreation
ball and baseball. He was selected as As a professional, Bell was selected in basketball program, which has been the
All-SEC three times as an infielder. the seventh round by the Miami Dol- case for several years now quite suc-
As a professional, Perry was a 1991 phins in 1988. He played 11 years in cessfully.
second round draft choice by the Cleve- the National Football and Canadian The presentation was once again
land Indians. He played in the 1995 Football Leagues. made by AD Taylor McGrew.
world series as a member of the Indi- Kerwin Bell enjoys giving back what
ans, and spent 9 years in the major t was given to him by coaching young-
leagues.
The presentation was proudly made
by the Lafayette Athletic Director, Tay- .
lor McGrew.
In college, McGrew was the TSN
freshman All-American in 1996. In #22 Herbert Perry was dominate on the di-
1998, he earned All-SEC defensive line- amond for the Hornets. He was a 3-time
man honors. He was a member of the all-state pitcher/infielder. He was the only
University of Florida's first national LHS athlete to earn all-state honors in foot-
championship team. ball, basketball and baseball. He led the
As a professional, McGrew was a Hornets to two final four appearances, and
1999 first round draft choice by the San in 1986 and 1987 was selected as the ath- #52 Reggie McGrew was dominate on the #12 Kerwin Bell actually had his jersey re-
Francisco 49er's. He spent 4 years in lete of the year. He was given a full schol- grid-iron. He was a 4-time All-State defen- tired years ago. However, the presentation
the National Football League. arship to the University of Florida. sive lineman and received several All- was never done. It is official now. In High
American honors, including the prestigious School, he was a 2-time all-state quarter-
Parade All-American team. He won 5 in- back and led the 1981 Hornets football'
dividual state championships in track and team to their first and only state champi-
field. In 1994-95, he was selected as the onship. In 1982-83, he was selected as the
athlete of the year. McGrew received a full athlete of the year. He also participated in
scholarship to the University of Florida. basketball and baseball.











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Senior Night photos JV boys score 15th win
S,, 4. 'The future certainly looks bright for the united a 17-9 first quarter lead for Mayo.
Hornets boys basketball as the junior var- Perry scored the final six point of the half
S. sitypicked up wins number 14 and 15 re- to trail only 29-25 at the half.
',' .,, -'' cently. A little breathing room was established
Against Cross City, the Bears were in the third quarter with Kade Bell getting
hanging in there only trailing 12-7 until Ja- 7 points, while Perez dropped in 6 to boost
maal Reid took over the 'game on the that lead to seven points after three peri-
boards leading the Hornets on a 19 point ods.
> run that the Bears would not recover from Although Mayo never trailed in this
enroute to a 59-20 laugher for the Hornets. game after the first quarter, Perry would
L.-. -.- .-. Dustin Geiger was escorted by Robbie and Reid would only be needed for a short not go away. The Hornets opened up a
James Turner was escorted by Patricia Pam Geiger. He has been a member of the stint in this game, but made the most of nine point fourth quarter lead on a great
Turner. He has been a member of the Hor- Hornet basketball team for 2 years. He his time grabbing 10 rebounds, while scor- fourth quarter by Jonathan Sellers which
net basketball team for one year He has also participated in football and weightlift- ing 12 points. He would also steal the ball produced 9 points, but the Bulldogs
also run track for the sixth time defending ing for one year and track for 3 years. He 6 times, and handed out an assist while would score the last six points of the game
district championship team from Mayo. He 4s a member of FFA, FCA, and BETA at
is a member of the FCA at Lafayette High Lafayette High School. His hobbies are blocking a shot. and had a chance to tie the game as time
School. His hobbies include playing bas- playing basketball and hanging out with The leading scorer for the game was expired,buttheHornetsheldonforanex-
ketball and hanging with friends. He plans friends. He plans to attend Santa Fe Com- sixth grader Kade Bell scoring 15 points. citing 59-57 win.
to attend a community College then move munity College and then transfer to the Bell would also steal the ball 3 times, and For the second game in a row, Bell led
on to a University. University of Florida. grabbed two rebounds while handing an all scorers with 15 points, along with 2
assist out. steals and a rebound.
SMichael Kelly was escorted by Erika Smith Jonathan Sellers scored 10 points in this Another dominating performance on
S' and Sheree Kelly. He has been a member outing, while pulling down 4 rebounds. the boards by Reid pulling down 11 on
I .. of the Hornet basketball team for one year. He would block a shot, provide 2 assists this night, while scoring 8 points. He also
,,,,., He has also participated in baseball for 5 and stole the ball once. had a steal and blocked a shot.
.'years. He is a member of FCA, HOSA, Other Hornets scoring was Josh Scott Sergio Perez was very much needed in
S "FBLA, BETA, and the Student Council at with 5 points, James Dees with 4 points, 2 this game for the Hornets to prevail, and
Lafayette High School. His hobbies include rebounds, 2 steals and a blocked shot., Ser- he certainly pulled through scoring 12
| playing baseball and basketball. He plans gio Perez with 5 points, 2 steals, a rebound points, while pulling down 7 boards and
to attend college to be a physical therapist. and an assist, Jonathan Anderson with 2 provided an assist.
S Good luck to each of the seniors and points, 4 rebounds and an assist, Antoin Sellers scored in double digits for the
.. ,, '.,' thanks for the precious memories each of Brown with 2 points, 1 block, 2 steals and second game in a row dropping in 11
you have left atLafayette High School. an assist and Kevin Waters scoring 2 points with an assist. On defense, he stole
points with 4 rebounds and a steal. Al- the ball 3 times and pulled down 7 boards.
V a rsity b y r t though not scoring, Henry Hughes Back on the court after an injury, James
Varsity boy s drop t wo m ore grabbed 5 effective rebounds underneath Dees scored 4 points, while rebounding
The varsity boys basketball team contin- down 4 rebounds. the hoop. the ball 5 times and had a steal.
ues to search as they get ready for the dis- Against Perry, the point was made that if Against Perry, Mayo would fall behind Also scoring for the Hornets was Scott
trict tournament against rival Trenton. The basketball was only a one quarter game, early 4-0, but a seven point run would get with 3, while Anderson, Hughes and Wa-
Hornets fell at the home gym to Cross City this Hornets team would be undefeated. things going. Another seven point run ig- ters each delivered 2 points.
53-46, and Against Cross City, the Hornets Mayo looked sharp early keeping the score
played a great first quarter getting 7 points deadlocked at 13 a piece against a very
from Page and a nice rebounding effort by good Perry team. The first quarter success
Edwards to stay within a point, was due to 7 Page points, and a combined
That lead would grow to six at the half, 10 rebounds from Kelly and Edwards.
but James Turner and Chris Lisk kept Mayo Perry would grab a seven point lead by "
around combining for 6 rebounds, a steal the end of the third period, but would take
and a blocked shot. advantage of the foul line to explode for 36 *
The lead would remain at six behind a fourth quarter points enroute to a 65-51 win
great third quarter defensive effort by despite a great fourth quarter by Parker that
Michael Kelly that produced a couple of produced 7 points and 3 rebounds.
blocks, a steal and two rebounds, while Michael Kelly would finish the night as
scoring a basket, the Hornets top scorer with 12 points, while .
Mayo pulled within two points in final grabbing 9 rebounds and blocked a shot.
quarter thanks to a great final period by Despite Page still finding a shooting
Joseph Tdwards that produced 7 points, slump a reality, he still produced a good
and 4 rebounds. Bul the Bears would go on game scoring 7 points with a couple of The-Hornets posted a 15-6 record this year. There are a couple that varsity coach Derek
a12 point run getting tothe free throw line steals and 3 rebounds along with an assist. Garland has to be excited about taking "to Fort Walton Beach this summer to get them
fr half those points to ice the victory. Geiger would try to pick up the scoringready for the 2005-06 season. It should be a good one considering this is one of the best
Edwards would lead the team on this slack scoring 8 points while hitting the records turned in by a junior varsity team in quite some time. Congratulations junior Hor-
night scoring 14 points while dominating boards for 5 and stole the ball once. nets for the outstanding season!!!
the boards with 10. I urner played a great Edwards turned in another double digit
game scoring 9 points with 8 rebounds and rebounding effort with 15 while scoring 5
a steal. points with a steal. Lisk scored 4 points
It was a tough night for Page only finding with 2 rebounds and steals, while Darren
8 points with a steal and a rebound. Powe scored 4 points, grabbed 4 rebounds,
Dustin Geiger was great on defense hus- blocked a shot and passed out an assist.
tling to 5 steals, while getting to 4 rebounds If the Hornets are to break their 10 game
and scoring 4 points. Michael Kelly added losing streak, it will have to come in the dis- FO R A N IN C O M IN G C A L L
to the defensive success of the Hornets trict tournament as they face the third seed- R VI 1 L
blocking 3 shots, grabbing.5 rebounds, and ed Trenton Tigers. Trenton took both meet-
had a steal. He would only score 4 points in ings this year, but the last encounter saw the
this one however. Hornets grab an early 18-2 lead before
Thomas Parker drove to the basket for 6 falling behind late in the ballgame for the
points, and had 4 rebounds, while stealing loss. Mayo eliminated the Tigers in the first
the ball 3 times. Chris Lisk would only round last year coming back from a first
score a point, but blocked a shot and pulled half double digit deficit.

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e Lafayette FFA hosts district contest
Do want to live in a sex marriage for reli- The FFA District Contest team consisted of: Blaine talie Land, and Kevin Wa- We would like to thank
society where the gious reasons. Fine. was hosted by the Hendrick, Blake Hen- ters. The Ag Business our Alumni, parents, and
rights of a minority Churches do not have
rights of a minority Churches do not have Lafayette FFA Chapters drick, Ben Israel, Clint Management team will go friends for all of their time,
their speech, assembly, to if it doesn't wish to
S and held at Airline Baptist Keen, and Brian Solano. on to compete in the state help in planning, and sup-
due process rights can recognize and approve Church in Mayo on Janu- The Ag Business Manage- contest in June at the FFA port throughout the days
be overturned by the of gay marriages; the ary 21, 2005. The ment team consists of: Convention. Congratula- and events. Without
whims of the majority? government will not
wOhis o f the majority goernent t o do so. Lafayette FFA competed Troy Adams, Sarah Beth tions to all the advancing them, our day would have
S i a n w f i in four contests: Public Dowe, Toni Jackson, Na- winners! not been a success.
the rights of the minor- Our founding fathers and Extemporaneous
ity, are protected. To wrote about a promise Speaking, Ag Mechanics,
ignore this principle of "life, liberty and the a Ag B Mana
would mean our liber- pursuit of happiness." ment. TroyAdams placed
ties aren't worth the This promise shouldn't frst in lc pean .
paper they are printed be limited to only het- and Alisha Owen also
on. Ours is not a pure erosexual Americans. pe frst in Et ra
placed first in Extempora-
democracy but one in Although same sex neous Speaking. Both will
which the rights of all marriage is not explic- be advancing to state con-
are guaranteed. Includ- itly guaranteed by our test at the FFA Convention
ed in this is equal pro- Constitution, neither in June.
section before the law, was the right of black Two other teams from a e.
such as choice of whom and white Americans the Lafayette Senior Chap-.
you want to marry to vote. Thankfully, the ter were Ag Mechanics
tr-werere.uemchrnics
without societal re- Supreme Court in 1967 and Ag Business Manage- Students await their turn to participate in the FFA District II events held on Jan. 21, in
strains. guaranteed that right. ment. The Ag Mechanics Lafayette County.
Some oppose same Jason Martz

Florida's constitution Suwannee Valley Bluegrass Festival
For centuries in our generation. "No society
world marriage has been needs homosexual cou- The fourth annual ing a name for themselves valsfor over25years. Best the country by with the
commonly understood pling. In fact, too much Suwannee Valley Blue- in the bluegrass world. known for high tenor vo- music and Members both
as a relationship be- of it would be harmful to grass Festival will be held Joe Isaacs released calls and tight harmony, descending from The
tween a man and a society and that is why at the Gilchrist County "From A Cabin to a Man- they offer a variety of con- Boys from Indiana, that
woman. Specifically in natural marriage and FFA Alumni Arena on sion" reached number 4 in temporary, traditional, smooth Traditional sound
the United States, mar- same-sex coupling can- Highway 129 North of the bluegrass charts and and gospl selections. of a bygone era can still be
riage has historically not be considered social- Trenton and South of Bell was air played in the For seven years, The heard today. The Wild-
been a monogamous re- ly equal," says on February 24, 25 and 26. Netherlands, Africa, Eu- Wildwood Valley Boys wood Valley Boys are
lationship between a Stephens. The Thursday evening rope, Australia, and Japan have been taking blue- turning heads everywhere
man and woman. "Mar- "Furthermore, same- gospel night will be start- and was received with the grass Music venues across they go.
riage in this state is a sex coupling celebrates ing at 5 p.m. and there highest complaints across
common good, not aspe- gender sameness and will be four of the best the nation. he's a member c i i
commond good, no Eoa snter, sende samrepoem
cial interest," says Chris- denies children the gen- gospel bluegrass groups of the Cumberland High- C test seeksis an
tian Coalition of Flori- der diversity of their performing. The Blue- landers Band that is seen
day's Executive Director, mother and father," grass Festival on Friday in millions of homes three poets fromI M ayo
Bill Stephens. "This is Stephens adds. "A lov- and Saturday will begin at times a week on the Out-
why we are supporting ing and compassionate 11 a.m. For information door Channel. Joe Isaacs A $1,000 grand prize is "We think great religious
an Amendment to the society never intention- please call 800-576-2398 or has been a guest on the being offered in a special poems can inspire achieve-
Florida Constitution to ally creates motherless www.suwanneefest.com. Grand Ole Opry over 50 religious poetry contest ment," says Lavender Au-
preserve marriage be- and fatherless families, This year's lineup was times and has been ac- sponsored by Christian rora, the organization's
tween and a man and a which is exactly what voted as one of the best cepted well among Grand Fine Arts Society, free to Contest Director. Poems
woman." every same-sex home Bluegrass festival line-ups Ole Opry starts everyone. There are 50 maybe written onanysub-
Every society needs does." in the county. This lineup Joe has received Gram- prizes in all, including a ject, using any style, as long
natural marriage (as For more information consists of the Isaacs, The my nominations, IMBA $1,000 Grand Prize, totaling as there is a spiritual infer-
many men possibleeach contact Bill Stephens, Tennessee Gentlemen, Song of the Year, IMBA more than$4,000. ence. A typical poem might
finding a woman, caring Executive Director (407) The Wildwood Valley awards, Dove awards, for To enter, send one poem be a love poem, or poem of
for and committing him- 834-3440 Boys, Larry Fuller and the song of the year and of 21 lines or less to Free praise, one that inspires the
self exclusively to her) Christian Coalition of Jolena Foster and The- Dove awards for the al-. Pobry CnteFst, IN BTorn- reade .your na.d
working together to cre- Florida, E-mail: coali- Country Grass Band, plus bum of the year. Joe re- 46038. Or enter online at address appears on the
ate and raise the next tion@ccfla.org 6 more up coming Blue- ceived special recognition www.freecontest.com. The page with your poem. A
grass groups that are mak- from President George deadline for entering is winner's list will be sent to
Bush for writing "Proud February 26, 2005. all entrants.
of the American Flag,"
S"adopted for the Desert.
Storm Operations.
re si e As the father and
I r fr ily, his song writing abili- nform ation
ty helped the Isaacs be-
come one of the most in for veterans
demand groups in blue-
Lo k for the Special Section & Bin o Cards grassgospel music. VA has launched a new re-engineered health care el-
k for te S cial S tion & Bi o CarEvery once in a while igibility internet website.
in yo rhear a sner w se This site will be the VA's authoritative source on the
in your paper. yo mer a n tier i nternet for information on Veteran's Health Benefits
voice comes out of the air eligibility. This site is designed with the veteran in
S and commands your .at- mind. It will provide easy access to VA comprehensive
Futention. Col. Larry Fuller health benefits, eligibility.
r is that kind of singer with w.w.w.gov/health eligibility.
3 that kind of voice. Larry V.A. Facilities Listings
.has recorded twelve al- Veterans Service Officer Mayo, 294-5010
bums and been charming V.A. Regional office, St. Petersburg, P.O. Box 1437,
Audiences throughout the 33731. Phone: 1-800-827-1000.
states east of the Missis- Veterans Health Administration Toll Free Hotline
sippi with his fine singing (Medical Care) 1-877-222-8387
0.. O for the past twenty-five V.A. Champ VA Claims 1-800-733-8387
years. V.A. National Cemeteries 6502 S.W. 102nd Ave.
The Tennessee Gentle- Bushnell, FL 33513, Phone: 352-793-7740
men have been entertain- Internet Sites of Interest
.. ing bluegrass fans at festi- V.A. Web Site w.w.w, va. gov





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Hon re Second grade students log exercise


hours... rewarded with Party
Kelli Moseley's second
grade class was treated to
Linda Smith and take a look at the sit- a healthy party on J .
North Central Florida nation. Some of the Wednesday, Feb. 9 as a re-.
Regional Planning things they are con- ward for their week-long- .
Council was the topic at cerned with are Natural exercise activity. Coming -
the Rotary Club meeting. Resources, Economic is- in first place with 13 out t r
The program was pre- sues, Transportation, of 19 students returning a
sented by Heather Neill Housing, Emergency daily log making them the .-
owner of Lighthouse Re- Management, just to #one class at LES for the
alty, Inc. of Mayo. She name a few. week long program.
was recently asked by a The council helps de- Second place is Karen
member of the Gover- cide how and when to Byrd's class and third
nor's office to serve on appropriate federal place goes to Francene ,,.,' ,
the North Central Flori- monies to organizations Folsom's class. i
da Regional Planning that need it. They are Several classes partici-
Council as a member funded by local member pated in the challenge is-
and according to Neill dues, contracts for ser- sued by Lafayette Ele- ,
she is proud to serve and vice and impact fees, etc. mentary school nurse '
will do the best job she Neill, told Rotarians Hillary Byrd in conjunc- ,. .
possible can. that she knew very little tion with the Step Up
She showed a slide about the North Region- Florida activities during .
presentation that told a al Planning Council at the month of February. '
little of what the Council the time she was asked The students were chal-
is and does to benefit the to serve, but since that lenged to keep a log of at '
area. It was started in the time she has done a lot least 20 minutes a day of
1950s in Gainesville. of studying and plans to family shared exercise. I
Now, some 44 states do much more in order Robin Pearson and Pip- r
have Councils. to do the job well. Again, py Cashman provided re-
If there are problems she said she is honored freshments, bracelets, wa- .
in an area that effects to.serve this committee ter bottles and certificates
more than just locally, and hopes that she can for the winners. Extra re-
the Council can step in help make a difference. cess time was also award-
ed.
PROPERY ae Byrd said when all the
Mayo Legals Mayo Legals times was added up it
came to an astounding to- i
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE d a y-
LAFAYETTE COUNTY, FLORIDA SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED exercise time.
CIVIL DIVISION TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE'3 ';. -.
CASE NO.: 04-159CA DECEDENTS DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. Participants were:
CHAMPION MORTGAGE, A DIVISION OF The date of first publication of this notice is Austin Phelps, Fernando '
KEY BANK USA, NA, February 17, 2005. Raymer, Trevor Garland,, .
Plaintiff, Lin.- ^ ^1 l '" I J "=
Personal Representative: Diana Hernandez, Bryanti 6
JoAnn Perryel
559 SW Lincoln Road Howell, Destany New-,
REX MURRAY, aet al, Mayo, Florida 32066 f a'
SA e Defendants. ao la 32066 bern, Hannah Poole, '
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE Attorney for Personal Representative: Jamie Singletary, Craig
NOTICEOFFORECOSURE-, SLJa i-inltrC i
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIV to Attornmey for JoAnn Perry Amerson, Coley Hingson, -
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- Florida Bar No. 0091332
nal Judgment of foreclosure dated the 1st day Brannon, Brown, Haley & Bullock, PA. Marquel Davis, Corey
Festuary 2 aenten tBrannonBrown, Haley & Bullock, PA. Marqel- Davis Cr-
of February, 2005, and entered in Case No. 116 NW Columbia Avenue Delgado, Kerby ans
04-159CA, of the Circuit Court of the 3rd Judi- P Bo1029Delgado, Kerby Hanson,
cial Circuit in and for Lafayette County, Florida, Lake City Florida 32056 Ciana Hill, Brian
wherein CHAMPION MORTGAGE, A DIVI- Telephone: (386 Ciana Hill, Brian 33 ..
SION OF KEY BANK USA, NA is the Plaintiff epne 6) 752-3213Humphries, Harli Law-
and REX MURRAY; MELISSA MURRAY; UN- A ,
KNOWN SPOUSE OF MELISSA MURRAY; son, Kaylah Lents, John ,C
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF REX MURRAY;
JOHN DOE; JANE DOE AS UNKNOWN TEN- Riley O'Steen, Rachel, ,
ANT (S) IN POSSESSION OF THE SUBJECT Lake, Destiny Murphy, Rie te
PROPERTY are defendants. I will sell tohe Request for Proposal for the Provision of La Destiny Murphy, "
highest and best bidder for ash at the South Welfare Transition, Workforce Investment Adam Land, Kelby Pear-
Front Door of the Lafayette County Judicial Act, Food Stamp Employment and Train-
Center, in Mayo, Florida, at 11 a.m. on the Ing and Wagner Peyser Service son, Lacey Swafford,
10th day of March, 2005, the following de-N oge, driana R les,.
scribed property as set forth in said Final North Florida Workforce Development Board, Curtney Rabon, Neida dge, Adriana Robles,
Judgment to wit: Inc. (NFWDB) is seeking qualified service Vences, Kally Nielson, Se- Audra Shiver, Alexis Ad-
providers to provide a wide range of services --
See Attached Exhibit "B and activities to include regional economic de- lena Raymer, Lauren kins, Jeimy Hayden, Lind-
cl a din n velopment initiatives that serve Welfare Transi- L e i Li .
"A parcel of land in section 30, Township 4 tion (WT), Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Lawson, Logan Lawson, sey O'Steen, Danielle
South, Range 11 East, Lafayette County, Flori- Food Stamp Employment and Training (FSET) Brianna ore, C Ezell, Kyra Davis,
da, being more particularly described as fol-' and Waner Peyser (WP) customers with mul- Brianna Moore, ara Ezell, Kyra Davis
lows: tiple barriers, emphasizing job placement and Jones, Danielle Murray, Zachary Hutchins, Mar-
For a point of Reference, commence at the retention, academic and technical skills and M ,
Northeast corner of the east half of thesouth- preventative methods of welfare dependency Joshua Templin, Evan shall Pittman, Kelsey Bar- .
west quarter of section 30, township 4, south, covered in State and Federal regulations un- l rinton Cole
range 11 east; thence south 89 44' 20" west, der WT, WIA, FSET and WP programs. The Starling, Darcy Sulliva, rington, Cole Hurst,
along the north line of the east half of the RFP is the first step in the selection process Micah Byrd, Delania Gabriel Lake, Devin Mc-
southwest quarter of said section, also being and designed to provide information neces-
the north right-of-line of a dedicated county sary to meet the criteria set by the NFWDB. King, Devin Morris, Carter, Samantha Cal-
road recorded in official records book 60, page errae t
476, Lafayette County public records, a dis- Bidders must be able to provide services in Katlin Taylor, Madisyn houn, Juan Pablo Cedillo,
lance of 181.00 feet; thence south 35 00'00' existing Employment Connections One-Stop Trawick, Ben Lake, Roco .Lindsey Efird, Tory
west, along said right-of-way line, a distance locations to eligible residents of Hamilton, Jef- Tory uri-
of 36.74 feet; thence north 89 44' 20 east person, Lafayette, Madison, Suwannee and ratach, Hunter Hewitt, Gab-
along said right-of-way line, a distance of feTaylor counties. At the tme of th, station rate, AmyBlack, Sun-
172.39Taylor counties. A the time of thi solicitation
along said t; thence southt-oway line, a distance of the NFWDB estimates that $1.5 million is nie Cobb, Brycen Lee, by Jackson, Billy Kohn, Russ, Danielle Templin, Karley Barrington, Dylan
1747.77 feet to the point of beginning; thence available for the provision of the services so-
1747.77 feet to the point of beginning bt Alfonso Laguna, Ellen Ali Kone, Kit Stickle, Bri- Bucha an, Myles Byrd,
south 893351 west, parallel with thesouth limited with this RFP for 2005-2006. This dollar Alexis Pritchett, Timothy Alfonso Laguna, Ellen Ali Kone, Kit Stickle, Bri- Buchannan, yles Byrd,
south 89" 33' 51" west, parallel with the south
line of said section, a distance of 804.89 feet; amount is given as a planning figure only and Bell, Mason Byrd, Colby Lashley, Jennifer McDon- anna Snider, Kevin An- KayDee Callis, Cheyenne
. thence south 00' 47' 57" east, parallel with the does not commit the NFWDB to 'contracting
west line of the east of the southwest quarter for that amount. Delgado, Ashley Free- ald, Andrea Nonnemach- person, AshlynBuchanan, Cason, Kasey Edwards,
of said section, a distance of 296.81 feet;
henceforth 9o 33' 5asthalf, distance The NFWDB welcomes and encourages bid- man, Alyssa Revels, Tay- er, Jimmy Reid, Joshua ackson Koon, Kali Mariah Edwards, Skyler
of 804.89 feet to the west right-of-way of the des to submit services designs that are inno- Revels, Porcha Sherrell, Sharpe, Delicia Smith, Hewitt, Shelby Howard,
aforementioned dedicated county road; vative and/or nontraditional in their approach. lor Sullivan, Dustin Revels, Porcha Sherrell, Sharpe, Delicia Smith, Hewitt, Shelby Howard,
thence north 00" 36' 17 west, along said right- NFWDB encourages participation of Small Bethea, Caitlyn Creamer, Trevor Swafford, Stephen Lauren Solano, Amanda Kayla Nielson, Jaycob
of-way line, a distance of 296.81 feet to close Business Enterprises (SBE), Minority Busi-
n the point of beginning, ness Enterprises (MBE) Women's Business Taylor Fain, Dustin Hart, Dees, Terra King, Ceceila Weenick. Ruff, Sydney Shows, Han-
Together with a 1995 Rage Double-wide mo- Enterprises (WE), Community-Based Orga- Koon, Chavelo Raymer, First Place winners are: nah Williams.
bile home containing VIN #N5621A and nizations (CBO), and labor surplus area firms. Cory Murray, Darby Guy- K n, Chavelo Raymer, First Place winners are: nah Williams.
N15621B, Title #S 70635835 and 70635836. Governmentalon-governmenal agencies Haley Koon, Ryan Court
and private entities are eligible to receive grant ton, Haley K n, Ryan Courtney Reynolds, Kayla
In accordance with the Americans with Dis- funds under this request. Sullivan, Cody Walker,
abilities Act of 1990 (ADA),. disabled person
who, because of their disabilities, need a spe- For a copy of the RFP contact: Paul Wiggins, Emily Fredriksson, Lydia
cial accommodation to participation in this Contracts/Quality Assurance, North Florida W M E T
tor at Corner of Fletcher & Main Street, Mayo, Base Street, 2nd Floor, Madison, FL 32341, COd Del BdC t
FL 32066 or Telephone Voice/TDD (904) 294- (850) 973-2672 (phone)/ (850) 973-6497 (fax) y egao, aiyn
1600 prior to such proceeding. or go on to www.nfwdb.org->News and
Dated this 1st day of February, 2005. Events-M>News Section River Property
RICKY LYONS ESTIMATED TIME TABLE FOR RFP: in Le or *'
Clerk of the Circuit Court RFP Issue Date: Friday, February 11, 2005 ____ __ L a t
By: Misty Shows, Deputy Clerk MANDATORY Bidders' Conference: SE A surrounding
2/10-2/17-2-D Friday, February 25, 2005 at 9:00 a.m. ESTA SALE
Proposals Due: Tuesday, March 29, 2005 214 Clyde St. in Mayo, FL. counties. No larger (COUPON)
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT FOR Action Regarding Funding: April 19, 2005 Fri. & Sat. 2/18 & 2/19 than 10 acres. "
LAFAYETTE COUNTY, FLORIDA Period for Performance: U.Jr Y 'gs
PROBATE DIVISION July 1, 2005-June 30, 2006 8 a.m.- 3 p.m. See signs, for Please call
File No.: 05-02-CP 02/17 directions, on US Hwys. 27 & 51 (850) 251-9174 S
IN RE: ESTATE OF:
HERBERT EDWARD PERRY, SR.
Division: Probate
Deceased. {l R T E eO !
NOTICE TO CREDITORS i s
The administration of the estate of HERBERT G ED Test Dates 0 o
EDWARD PERRY, SR., deceased, whose _. aO
date of death was December 18, 2004, is iv i 7 8 .t pi
pending in the Circuit Court for Lafayette *
County, Florida, Probate Division, the address i
of which is comer of Main and Fletcher, Mayo, M onday and Tuesa
Florida 32066. The names and addresses of
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Fertilizing and pruning fruiting plants Lafayette FFA Letter to
Submitted by Chris Vann, after the fruit is harvested. At that up to the first 7-8 years in the attends the editor
Agriculture Agent time, cut canes all the way back to ground. After that, remove 1/4 to "Redneck"
Lafayette County Extension Service the ground and fertilize again. Only 1/3 of the oldest canes each year RstFit neck
February marks the prime time to diseased canes are removed now. back to the ground. In this way you The word Rednecks
do two things for most fruiting GRAPES: Grapes (bunch and will be renewing the bush every 4th oede
plants: FERTILIZE AND PRUNE. muscadine) are fertilized in late or 5th year. Winter or summer t originates from confeder-
Each plant has its own needs, but to FEBRUARY with a 10-10-10 at the pruning is possible. ate POWs. Wofhe North andi-
summarize those: rate of 1/2 pounds per year of age to Also, some fruits and nuts in On December 3, 2004, the South became worn and
APPLES AND PEARS: If in the a max of 5 pounds per plants, if in North Florida are relatively free of Lafayette Senior and Junior dirty it was hard to tell the
ground at least a season, fertilize the ground for at least one season. insect and disease problems. Ap- FFA Chapters competed in difference between the
them with a 10-10-10 at 1 1/2 Apply in a 36: band around trunk. ples, peaches, and nectarines may the FFA Sub-District Con- two. Confederate POWs
pounds per year of age (up to max of Pruning is extensive on these and benefit from a spray program that test. The Bell FFA Chapter were made to wear their
15 pounds per tree) in FEBRUARY. differently done between the musca- includes an insecticide and fungi- hosted the Sub-District red bandannas on the
Spread evenly under tree canopy. dine and bunch. Muscadines are left cide. There are several of these events. Lafayette FFA cor- back of their necks for
Prune branches that are rubbing, with permanent arms growing in products that are available at garden peted against the Bell, Tren- identification as a POW
those that are diseased and try to each direction off of a central trunk centers. Before applying any pesti- ton, and Die FF Chap- id were called Rednecks.
keep branches pointed away from and individual 2-3 bud spurs com- cide product, read and follow the la- ters. Competitions included The confederate flag on
center instead of back in. lion't over- ing off these arms. Bunch grapes, on bel. in the events were Opening the front of my truck has
prune or you will lose a year with no the other hand, are left with a single NOTE 1: Those fruiting plants and Closing Ceremonies, the word Redneck in large
fruit and also over-stimulate lush that were planted in December, Jan- Public and Extemporaneous yellow letters and myself
spring growth leading to a higher in- uary or February this year (therefore Speaking, Parliamentar\' am a V.F.W. and appreci-
cidence of fireblight. not in the ground for one season) Proedure, Tractor Driving, ate the yellow ribbons,
PEACHES, PLUMS AND NEC- should not receive their first fertiliz- and Creed Recitation. Trov b teaers dedi-
TARINES: Use the same amount ing until early MAY. The exception Adams and Alisha Owen cated to our men in arms
and kind of fertilizer as above in would be with blackberries where placed firt in repaired and today
FEBRUARY. In pruning these, how- small amounts can be applied with- Extemporaneous Speaking On Veterans Day in
ever, it is suggested you wait until in a few weeks of planting. With respectively. Mayo I met a mom and
respective ga. Mayo I met a mom and
they are actually in flower to prune grapes, 1/4 pound per plant can be Blaine Hendrick placed a daughter in front of the
(perhaps as late as end of March applied in March, April, May, June strong second in Tracor Dri- courthouse. The son ando
with some varieties). Earlier prun- and July. ring. he LHS FFA Junior big brother had spent a
NOTE 2: We- have reo mmde nded 8ing. The LHS FFA Junior big brother had spent a
ing might stimulate premature bud We have recommended Parliamentary Procedure tour in Iraq and was ship-
break, if we have a warm spell. This a ,10-10-10inmostcaes. An 8-8-8 Team placed second overall, ping out for a second tour.
could cost you this year's crop. As would also be OK. Many find, how- Team members included My heart went out to them
above, prune rubbing or diseased ever, that a good grade of what's Courtnev Reinbott, Tripp at the lack of support for
branches out, but make greater ef- known as a Peach and Pecan Fertil- McCray, Evan Barrington, our new veterans. I hope
fort to remove all branches pointed izer is even more desirable since it CBrooks Lainack. Rhett for more mral su. pp short
back toward the center. A properly hrs Vann, Agriculture Agent contains elements that fruit trees oleman, and David for more moral support
pruned tree should look like a bowl Lafayette County Extension Service need in small quantities, such as Thomas. was never a POW and
with the center kept open, forcing zinc, iron, and manganese. It make a Senior Parliamentary Pro- am a Redneck because I
fruit to ripen toward the periphery trunk with 2-3 shortened one-year good substitution in each case, ex- cedure Team also placed feel like I am a POP (Pris-
of the tree where sun light can aid in old canes allowed to grow out in cept with Blueberries where and second with a team consist- owner of Politics) and a
even ripening and fruit rots can be each direction on the trellis that will Azalea/Camellia Blend is still bet- in of Troy Adams, Sarah rebel in my attitude to-
reduced. form this year's fruiting wood ter. Beth Dowe, Nathan wards some of our laws.
FIGS AND PERSIMMONS: source. Try to leave 8-12 buds on NOTE 3: Phosphorus is a chemi- Broughton, Brandon Adams, A certain comedian has
These should be fertilized at the each of these canes and select only cal (the middle number of the three Quinn Frier, and Ken Wa- made his career on the
same rate as apples and pears. the strongest one. Pruning can start in a fertilizer formulation) that is be- terms. Ashton Shaw competed word Redneck, I wonder
They are not pruned heavily and the as early as January on grapes bur coming in short supply in the world in the Creed Competition if he even knows its ori-
only real pruning done on them is should be done before MID and is often not needed in our soils. where she placed second. gn
the removal of dead wood, especial- MARCH in our area. If a soil test shows you have an ade- Finally, the LHS Junior To change the subject,
ly that which was injured by cold. BLUEBERRIES: Blueberries are quate supply of phosphorus, consid- Chapter Officer team corn- our county and our law
This is normally done after the fertilized for the first time in FEBRU- er using a 15-0-15 formulation rather pted in the Opening and enforcement got a bad rap
weather starts to warm and it can be ARY if they are in the ground at least than a 10-10-10. Just use it at 1/3 losing Ceremonies Contest by the news media a fewer
determined how far back they have one season. Since they are sensitive less the rate for a10-10-10. Example: where they placed third. Ju- months back More ar-
been killed (usually by April). to Nitrate nitrogen, the nitrogen is For apples and pears needing a 1 nior FFA Officers include: rests, more court cases,
BLACKBERRIES AND RASP- best applied in 'he Ammonium Sul- 1/2 pound per year of age of 10-10- President- John Levi Vann, and more incarcerations
BERRIES: Blackberries and raspber- fate from ra:!- th.t the Ammonia 10 (max 15 pounds per tree) substi- Vice President- Evan Bar- does not mean more
ries can be fertilized at the rate of nitrate form. For this reason, a fertil- tute a 15-0-15 at the rate of 1 pound rington, Secretar-Kelsey crime. It means we're
1/3 pound per plant of a 10-10-10 izer labeled as an Azalea/Camellia per year of age (max 10 pounds per Land, Treasurer- J.D. cracking down on crime
(even if only recently planted), if fer- blend is better suited than a 10-10- tree.) Richardson, Reporter- Lind- Good job Lafayette Coun-
tilizer is not placed too near the 10. Apply approximately 1/4 to 1/3 If you have specific questions on sey Hamlin, Student Advi- ty Sheriff's Department.
plant. Apply it 6-10 inches out. No cup per plant. Rabbiteye Blueberries insect and disease control on your sor- Brooks Laminack, and Redneck Kenny
pruning is done to these at this time (the type most often grown in N.E. fruit and nut trees, please give us a Sentinel- Brook Morris. Kenneth F Baskin
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Swww.house.gov/Boyd. Con- Second Thursday, 6 p.m., 1st St., Sandlin Building, Lula Herring at 386-364-
u gressman Boyd's staff visit 226 Parshley St., S.W. Call Jasper. For more info, call 1510. NOTE: March meet-
u- so that the people of Suwan- 386-362-1701. 386-792-6k8. ing canceled, next meeting
nee County have the oppor- Florida Gateway Char- Home and Community April 4.
tunity to discuss in person is- ter Chapter of the Ameri- Educators (HCE) the Suwannee Valley Hu-
sues of concern to them. can Business Women's As- council meets on the first mane Society Animal Shel-
Congressman Boyd's staff sociation meets on the sec- Friday of the month at 9:30 ter The monthly meeting
has been trained to assist ond Thursday of each a.m. at the Suwannee Coun- will be held on the second
e i Da constituents with a variety of month. Membership is open ty Extension Office, Colise- Monday of the month at
President's Day issues related to various fed- to all area women who either um Complex, Eleventh noon at the shelter. For more
February 21 eral agencies. It is important own their own business or Street, Live Oak. They wel- info, contact the toll-free
to the Congressman that his are employed otherwise. come new members. For fur- number: 866-Adoptl2 (866-
staff make themselves avail- Everyone is welcome to at- their information call 386- 236-7812). Located on Bis-
able for those who are not tend. For more info, please 362-2771. bee Loop (use the south en-
\ able to travel to either his call Sandy Harrison at 386- Jasper City Council trance). In Lee off CR 255,
W Panama City or Tallahassee 754-0434 or 386-752-0516. Meeting Second Monday, Madison County. Visit web-
Soffices. Friends of Suwannee 6 p.m., Jasper City Hall. site at
Alzheimer's Support River State Park monthly Jasper Lions Club Meet- www.geocities.com/suwan-
Group Third Thursday, board meeting are held the ing Second and fourth neehs.
Marvin E. Jones Building, second Tuesday of the Tuesday, 7 p.m., Roosters Live Oak, Suwannee
Dowling Park, 3:30 p.m. month at 7 p.m. at the Diner. Call Jim Taitt for fur- County Recreation Board -
Call Cindy Erskin at 386- Suwannee River State Park. their information at 386-938- meets on the second
658-5700. For info, contact Member- 3582. Wednesday of each month at
American Legion Post ship Chair Walter Schoen- Jennings Town Council 5 p.m. at the Suwannee
107 First Thursday, 12-2 fielder 850-971-5354 or e- Meeting First Tuesday, 7 Parks & Recreation offices
Monthly Meetings White Ave., Live Oak, 9:30- p.m., Suwannee River Re- mail wbs@surfbest.net p.m., Jennings Town Hall. at 1201 Silas Drive, Live
Allen Boyd (D-North 11:30 a.m. You may reach gional Library, South Ohio Girl Scout Leaders First MainStreet Hamilton Oak. For more info, please
Floriseeger-bbanjo.-concert- Congressman Boyd by call- Ave: Call Clair McLauchlin. Monday, 7 p.m. Girl Scouts County, Inc. Third Thurs- contact 386-362-3004.
nesday, City Council Chain-' ing 202-225-5235 or his web at 386-362-3524 or Richard of Gateway Council will day, MainStreet Office, MADD Dads Third
bers, City Hall, 101 SE site at Buffington at 386-364-5985. meet at the Woman's Club. Jasper, 6 p.m. Thursday at 7 p.m. at the
Branford Camera Club Call Mary Check-Cason, School Board Fourth Suwannee' County Court-
Regular club meetings, 7:30 386-362-4475. Tuesday, 6 p.m. house.
Sp.m., third Thursday, Bran- Hamilton County Gov- White Springs Town Man To Man Group-
Sl ford Library, Contact Car- ernmental Monthly Meet- Council Meeting: Third Meets regularly at 7 p.m.,
I olyn Hogue 386-935-2044. ings Bellville Volunteer Tuesday, 7 p.m., White second Thursday each
Cub Scout Pack No. 408 Fire/Rescue executive Springs Town Hall. month at the Marvin E.
"It doesn't get any easier!! Committee meets monthly board: second Monday of I Can Cope Educational Jones Building, Dowling
on the second Tuesday, 6:30 each month at 7 p.m. support group for any type Park. Each program is free
p.m., at the Live Oak Church Hamilton County Alco- of cancer for patients, fami- of charge and refreshments
of Christ, 1497 Irvin Ave hol and Other Drug Pre- lies and friends. Third Tues- are provided. For further
(SR 51 South). Anyone inter- vention -Coalition meet day, 7 p.m., Marvin E. Jones info, call the American Can-
Soft Serve Ice Cream ested is welcome to at- fourth Wednesday, 9:30-11 Building, Dowling Park. cer Society toll-free at'800-
Cone........$1.00 tend. Call Alan Stefanik, a.m., at the Hamilton Coun- Call Cindy 386-658-5700. ACS-2345.or the local office
Cup.........$1.50 I Committee Chairman, 386- ty School Board meeting Leona 4-H Community toll-free at 888-295-6787
Soda Float....$2.00 362-3032, e-mail: room, JRE Lee Administra- Club First Monday,. 7 p.m., (Press 2) Ext. 114.
*plus tax comm_chair@pack408.net o tive Complex, Jasper. For home of Avon and Betty Market Days Advent
S- r visit pack's website: more info, contact Grace Hicks, 6107 180th St., Christian Village, first Sat-
Monday- Friday & www.pack408.net, for addi- McDonald at 386-938-4911 McAlpin. Call Betty Hicks urday, 8 .a.m. 1 p.m. Space
Thursday Saturday tional information. The or e-mail mcdonaldgl@all- at 386-963-4205 or Pam on first-come, first-serve ba-
8am.-11p.m. Md.ht Tiger, Wolf, Bears, and We- tel.net Nettles at 386-963-1236. sis, $5 each. Village Square
belos dens (grades one Hamilton County Board Lion's Club Farm Bu- shops open. Call the Lodge
five) meet every Thursday at of Commissioners First reau meeting room, 7 p.m., Office 386-658-5200.
the church, 6:30-8 p.m., Tuesday, 9 a.m., and third second Tuesday and fourth McAlpin' Community
when school is in session. In Tuesday at 6 p.m., County Tuesday. Call Richard Tuck- Club Regular monthly
Misty $2.44pk/$22.49car. 305's $1.46pk/$13.19car. lieu of a den meeting, Commissioners' Board er, 386-963-4577. meetings are held on the sec-
Pall Mall $2.29 pk/$20.99 c Marlboro $3.09 pk/$26.99 car. the pack meeting is held on Room, courthouse, Jasper. Live Oak Artist Guild 7 ond Monday at 7 p.m., be-
Kool $2.94pk/$26.49 car. iriniams $70 pk/$2.9 car. the fourth Thursday at the Hamilton County Cham- p.m., first Tuesday, St. ginning with a covered dish
Viceroy $2.74 pk/$24.95 car. Newport $2.99 pk/$26.95 car. same time and place during ber of Commerce, Inc. Luke's Episcopal Church. dinner. Everyone is wel-
Montclair $2.69 pk/$23.99 car. Camel $3.09 pk/$27.95 car. which the entire group meets meets first Thursday, at 6 Contact Don Strickland,' come. The purpose of the
Parliament $3.15 pk/$27.99 car. Winston $2.99 pk/$26.95 car
Parliament $3.15pk$27.9 car. inston $2.99 pk/$26.95 car. for awards, skits and p.m., at 204 N. Hatley St., 386-362-5146. Club is to acquaint members
... ... fun. The pack holds.two or Jasper. For mo.xe .info,, call ..Live.....Qak,, ,Chrisian of the community with all
S Hwy. 129, Live Oak, FL three activities during the 386-792-1300. Home Educators meet the services that are avail-
38 330 2 summer, as well as a week of Hamilton County Coun- first Thursday of every able in the County. For info
6.339 Day Camp. cil on Aging, Inc. Needs month. If you are looking on scheduled speakers, call
Disabled American Vet- volunteer drivers for the for a strong home school Grant Meadows Jr., 386-
Serans Chapter No. 126 home-delivered meals pro- support group please contact 935-9316 or Shirley Jones,
gram. If you enjoy helping Pat, 386-364-1734. 386-963-5357. For info on
others and are interested or Live Oak Garden Club renting the building, call
need more information, Monthly from Sept.-May. Kristie Harrison at 386-364-
please -contact Dorsey The Morning Glories day 3400.
Stubbs at Council on Aging, group-third Friday and the MOMS Club Second
1509 S.W. First Street in Night Bloomers night Wednesday, 11:15 a.m. at
Jasper or call 386-792-1136. group-third Tuesday, 1302 the fellowship hall of Bethel
DSH Hamilton County Devel- S.W. Eleventh Street, Live Missionary Baptist Church.
(fr U 1D ISH opment Authority meets Oak. Go West on US 90 seven
Hthe second Thursday, at 7 Live Oak Senior Citizens miles from 1-75, and 1-1/2
N ET W O R K p.m., at 204 NE lst St., San- meet at 10:30 a.m., first miles *from the
..: dlin Building, Jasper. For Monday of the month at the Columbia/Suwannee County
I il more info, call 386-792- Exhibition II Building, Coli- line, 12 miles from Live
SA T E I T 6828. seum Complex, 1302 SW Oak. ForIoore info, call
SAT Hamilton County Tourist Eleventh St., Live Oak. 386-397-1254 or e-mail
TO W' ,O .R.K Development Council Members have the opportu- MOMSClubofLiveOak-
T O D A Y meets the second Wednes- nity to take part in escorted
,'.";,^ ^ .* day, at 12 noon, at 204NE tours. For more info, call SEE CALENDAR, PAGE 3C

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Continued From Page 2C other health insurance pro- toll-free at 800-262-2243, about their health insurance meet quarterly, call Mary District 16 Help Line toll-
grams can receive help from Monday Friday 8:30 a.m.- and Medicare Prescription Jordan Taylor 386-362- free, 800-505-0702.
LakeCityFl@alltel.net the Florida Department of 4:30 p.m. Drug Cards. SHINE volun- 2708, ext. 232. Bluegrass Association -
Nursing Mom's Group Elder Affairs' SHINE (Serv- SHINE Serving Health teers also inform seniors Vivid Visions, Inc. A Saturdays at 6 p.m. at the
Second Friday, 10 a.m., ing Health Insurance Needs Insurance Needs of Elders about free and discounted shelter and outreach agency Pickin' Shed at the Spirit of
Suwannee River Regional of Elders) Program. Special- Live Oak Suwannee Riv- prescription drug programs for victims of domestic vio- the Suwannee Music Park.
Library. Call Michelle, 386- ly trained SHINE volunteers er Regional Library, US 129 and eligibility requirements. lence meets the first Monday Covered dish on first and
776-2955, for more info. help Medicare recipients South, 12:30-2:30 p.m. This service is provided at of each month at 5:30 p.m., third Saturday. For info, call
Remembering the Loss make informed decisions second Monday of every no charge. For more info or Douglass Center Conference 386-364-1683.
of Your Baby An open about their health insurance month. Elders and their if you can't travel to the site, Room. All persons interest- Bridge Club Monday,
support group for families and Medicare Prescription caregivers in Suwannee contact the Elder Helpline ed in helping victims of do- 6:45 p.m., Golden Corral
who have experienced the Drug Cards. SHINE volun- County who are trying to toll-free at 800-262-2243, mestic violence are encour- Restaurant, Live Oak. For
loss of a baby through mis- teers also inform seniors understand Medicare and Monday Friday 8:30 a.m.- aged to attend. For more information call 386-362-
carriage, ectopic pregnancy, about free and discounted other health insurance pro- 4:30 p.m. info, call 386-364-5957. 3200.
stillbirth, newborn death or prescription drug programs grams can receive help from Small Scale Farmers Wellborn Community Boy Scout Troop #693 -
termination due to fetal ab- and eligibility requirements. the Florida Department of and Craft Designers Mar- Association (WCA) Sec- Every Monday, 7 p.m.,
normality or maternal com- This service is provided at Elder Affairs' SHINE (Serv- ket Committee Third ond Thursday, 7 p.m., Well- Shrine Club, Bass Road, un-
plications. Group meets the no charge. For more info or ing Health Insurance Needs Thursday, 7 p.m., Coliseum born Community Center. til further notice. Call 386-
first Thursday of each if you can't travel to the site, of Elders) Program. Special- extension offices. Contact Bonnie Scott, 386- 776-2863.
month, 11:30 a.m. 1 p.m., contact the Elder Helpline .ly trained SHINE volunteers Suwannee Chapter of 963-4952 or leave a message Live Oak Singles Group
at Hospice of North Central toll-free at 800-262-2243, help Medicare recipients the Florida Trail Associa- at 386-208-1733. WCA meets Friday, 7:30 p.m.,
Florida, North Building Monday Friday 8:30 a.m.- make informed decisions tion Second Monday, 7 (building fund)-First Satur- Live Oak Christian Church
Counseling Room, 4305 4:30 p.m. about their health insurance p.m., Suwannee River Water day-Blueberry Pancake fellowship hall on US 129
NW 90th Blvd., Gainesville. SHINE Serving Health and Medicare Prescription Management District. For Breakfast, center of Well- North, Live Oak (next to
To register or for more in- Insurance Needs of Elders Drug Cards. SHINE volun- more info, call Don Neale, born, Andrews Square. Walt's Ford). Parking is be-
formation contact Cheryl Advent Christian Village teers also inform seniors 386-362-4850 or Sylvia Blueberry pancakes, tween church and cemetery
Bailey at Hospice of North Dowling Park Schedule about free and discounted Dunnam, 386-362-3256. sausage, OJ, coffee. on church property or along
Central Florida, 352-692- appointment with SHINE prescription drug programs Suwannee County Wellborn Neighborhood US 129 North. This not a
5107 or toll-free, 800-816- counselor by calling 386- and eligibility requirements. Tourist Development Watch last Thursday, 7 church sponsored event. For
0596. 658-3333 or 386-658-5329. This service is provided at Council Fourth Tuesday, 1 p.m., Blake Lowe Building, more info, call Carla, 386-
SHINE Serving Health Elders and their caregivers no charge. For more info or p.m., Chamber of Commerce 1517 4thAve., Wellborn. For 364-4756. Visit web site. at
Insurance Needs of Elders in Suwannee County who if you can't travel to the site, Building, 816 S. Ohio Ave., more info, call Bruce or http://groups.yahoo.com/gro
Volunteers are needed in are trying to understand contact the Elder Helpline P.O. Drawer C., Live Oak, Jane, 386-963-3196. up/SuwanneeSingles/
your area to assist elders Medicare and other health toll-free at 800-262-2243, FL 32064 Weekly Meetings Narcotics Anonymous -
and their caregivers receive insurance programs can re- Monday Friday 8:30 a.m.- Suwannee County Cat- Al-Anon/Mayo Al-Anon The Gratitude Group -
information and assistance ceive help from the Florida 4:30 p.m. tlemen's Association Group meets each Thurs- Meetings held Monday, 7
on health insurance and Department of Elder Af- SHINE Serving Health Third Thursday, 6:30 p.m., day, 8 p.m., Mayo Manna p.m., at St. Luke's Episcopal
Medicare. Comprehensive fairs' SHINE (Serving' Insurance Needs of Elders Farmers Co-op meeting House, Pine Street for fam- Church, 1391 S.W. Eleventh
training is provided by the Health Insurance.Needs of Mayo Library, SR 51, room,. Call Herb Rogers, ily members and friends to St. (in the back), Live Oak,
Florida Department of Elder Elders) Program. Specially Mayo, 12:30-2:30 p.m. 386-362-4118. show support. For more FL 32060.
Affairs. This service is pro- trained SHINE volunteers first Wednesday of every Suwannee County Senior info, call Barbara, 386-294- Over Eaters Anonymous
vided at no charge. Call the help Medicare recipients month. Elders and their Citizens meet at 10:30 3348 or Marcia, 386-208- -'We care. Meets Mondays
Elder Helpline toll-free at make informed decisions caregivers in Lafayette a.m., first Monday of the 1008. 11:35 a.m.- 12:50 p.m.,
800-262-2243, Monday about their health insurance County who are trying to month at the Exhibition II Alcoholics Anonymous Mondays, at Suwannee Riv-
Friday 8:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. and Medicare Prescription understand Medicare and Building, Coliseum Com- Branford meets Tuesday er Regional Library, 129
SHINE Serving Health Drug Cards. SHINE volun- other health insurance pro- plex, 1302 SW Eleventh St., and Friday, 7:30 p.m., Bran- South, Live Oak. For more
Insurance Needs of Elders teers also inform seniors grams can receive help from Live Oak. For more info call ford United Methodist info, call 386-364-4749.
Branford Library, US about free and discounted the Florida Department of Lula Herring, 386-364- Church, Express and Henry Quarterback Club Meet-
129 North, Branford, 9-11 prescription drug programs Elder Affairs' SHINE (Serv- 1510. St., Branford. For more info, ing Old Nettie Baisden
a.m. first Wednesday of and eligibility requirements. ing Health Insurance Needs Suwannee Valley call 386-935-2242 or the school next to the football
every month. Elders and This service is provided at of Elders) Program. Special- Builders Association Sec- District 16 Help Line toll- stadium, 6:30 p.m., every
their caregivers in Suwan- no charge. For more info or ly trained SHINE volunteers ond Thursday, 6 p.m., Farm free, 800-505-0702. Monday.
nee County who are trying if you can't travel to the site, help Medicare recipients Bureau meeting room, 407 Alcoholics Anonymous Square Dance With
to understand Medicare and contact the Elder Helpline make informed decisions Dowling Ave., Live Oak, $5 Live Oak meets Tuesday Vagabond Squares, Thurs-
per person for meal and and Friday, 8 p.m., Precinct day, 7-9:30,p.m.,. St. Luke's
meeting. Voting Building, Nobles Episcopal Church, Newbern
Tax Suwannee Valley Ge- Ferry Road, Live Oak. For Road. Loyce Harrell, 386-
nealogical Society First more info, call District 16 963-3225, or Ralph Beek-
Continued From Page 1C holding amount.. The goal at tax time. If you don't cur- Thursday, 7 p.m., Wilbur St. Help Line toll-free, 800- man, 386-752-2544.
should- be to --break- even. rently use these -investment Live"Oak'(behind Mizell's): :505-0702. Suwannee River Riding
credit reipot. You can get a While getitig' a"efund'iiay tools, take some time to inves- Open Tuesdays and Thurs- J Alcoholics Anonymous Club Membership fee $25
copy of your credit report seem like a good deal, you've tigate how they might work days, 9 a.m.-noon and 1-5 Mayo Group meets Sun- per year. Teaiii r6oiing first
from Experian at www.exper- basically been loaning the for you. p.m. Phone: 386-330-0110. day, Monday, Wednesday and third Friday night.
ian.com." government money at zero in- Use your return wisely. Suwannee Valley Quil- and Thursdays at 8 p.m. The Speed events first and third
After You're Done terest. Increasing the al- While the temptation is to ters First and third Thurs- meetings are held at Manna Saturday night. Call 386-
Once you've finished your lowances you claim so less is consider a tax refund "found" day, 10 a.m. Jane, 386-776- House, Pine Street, Mayo. 935-2622.
taxes for this year, take some taken from each paycheck money, resist the urge to 2909 after 4 p.m. For more info call 386-294- Suwannee Valley Bar-
time to think about what'you means more money in your spend it on a trip or a new Suwannee Valley Kennel 2423 or District 16 Help bershop Chorus Every
could do differently for next pocket each month. If you sofa. Instead, why not invest it Club Third Tuesday, 7:30 Line toll-free, 800-505- Tuesday, Crapps Meeting
year. If you spent a lot of time owed this year, decrease your or put it in the bank? If you are p.m., Hospitality and Recre- 0702. Room, Suwannee River Re-
tracking down your tax docu- allowances so more money carrying credit card debt, ap- national Building, Columbia Alcoholics Anonymous gional Library, US 129
ments this time, create a filing will be withheld from your ply the amount of your tax re- County Fairgrounds, Lake White Springs Courage South, Live Oak at 7 p.m.
system that works for you and paycheck and you won't have turn to paying off what you City, P.O. Box 2013, Lake to Change meets Monday, Call Fred Phillips, 386-362-
be prepared for next year. the same unpleasant surprise owe. City, FL 32056. 8 p.m., Methodist Church, 1886.
Start using a better system next tax season. While April 15 will proba- Tobacco-Free Partner- White Springs. For more
now to collect important in- Investing in tax deferred ac- bly never be anyone's favorite ship of Suwannee County info, call 386-397-1410 or SEE CALENDAR, PAGE 4C
formation throughout the year, counts such as a Roth IRA, or day of the year, a little plan-
and stick to it. in pre-tax investment pro- ning and forethought can
If you owed money this grams such as a 401(k) or a make it easier to cope.
year, or if you have a huge re- standard IRA can not only For more information on
turn coming, you may want to help you save for the future, learning about your credit,
consider adjusting your with- but can also provide benefits visit www.experian.com. a autographed CD and two VIP tickets to

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Continued From Page 3C fered at the Suwannee please call 386-454-3950. able to provide quality foods 2746. Individual Friend-$15; for volunteering in the Hos-
County Health Department Experience Works a na- at low prices while promot- Family-$25; Business Spon- pice Attic thrift store, admin-
TOPS Take Off Pounds on Tuesdays from 6 8 p.m. tional nonprofit organiza- ing Christian values and vol- sor-$50; Corporate Friend- istrative offices as well as
Sensibly, the Live Oak Please call to register at tion, (formerly Green unteerism in your communi- $100-$250; Lifetime Friend- helping at special events, ed-
Community Church of God, 386-362-2708, ext. 218 Thumb) provides training ty. This is NOT a needy only $300. For more info contact ucational fairs, community
every Thursday, 8:30 a.m., Coleen Cody. The classes and employment services to prograin; it is for EVERY- the membership chair Walter events and fund raising. To
weigh-in, meeting, 9 a.m. are free of charge, older workers over 55 and ONE. There are no qualifica- Schoenfelder at 850-971- register or for more info con-
Barbara Crain, 386-362- Department of Children with a limited income in tions to participate! Food- 5354, or e-mail him at wb- tact Carolyn Long, 386-752-
5933 or Sharon Martin, 386- and Families can assist Suwannee County through Source accepts cash, checks, sesurfbest.net 9191.
364-5423. you in applying to register the Senior Community Ser- Visa, Mastercard, Debit, GED Tests A person Lafayette County Veter-
Weight Watchers Mon- to vote or update your voter vice Employment Program EBT and money orders, wanting to take the GED test ans All veterans of
day, 9:30 a.m. and 6 p.m., registration record. If you (SCSEP). Participants are Menu is subject to change! must call to reserve a seat in Lafayette County for your
St. Luke's Episcopal, toll- receive or apply for public paid the minimum wage for Each item is proportioned the registration session. At- protection, your military
free 800-651-6000. assistance benefits, your lo- an average of 20 hours per for 4-6 people. This months tendance in a registration records DD Form 214, "Cer-
FYI cal Department of Children week. For more info, visit tentative menu is: hamburger session is mandatory in or- tificate of Release or Dis-
Advent Christian Village and Families service center www.experienceworks.org steaks, chicken tenders, fam- der to take the GED test. charge from Active Duty"
2004-2005 Artist Series can assist you in completing or call the Lake City One ily sized Lil' Smokies, fami- To reserve seat for registra- can be recorded in the
Events include: 'History a voter registration applica- Stop, 386-755-9026, ext. ly sized pizzas, green bean tion session and pay fees, Lafayette County Court-
Jumps Off the Page,' Friday, tion to your local Supervisor 3129 for Loretta or ext. casserole, Liberty Sweet call 386-364-2782-Lynn house. Please see the Clerk
Jan. 28, at the Phillips Din- of elections for you. Re- 3134 for Ronald. Peas, South Gate Red Beans Lee. To inquire about age of Court's office.
ing Room, 6 p.m.; Donna member, voting is a right. Florida Museum of Nat- & Rice, mushroom gravy, waivers, call 386-384-2763- LillyAnswers Program -
Wissinger flutist, Saturday, Your local service center is ural History in Gainesville Mrs. Smith's Fire Roasted Lynne Roy, counselor, and Available to Floridians 65
March 12, at the Phillips at 501 Demorest St., Live Florida's state natural his- Apple Pie, fresh eggs, cab- 386-364-2619-Kim Boa- and older who are enrolled in
Dining Room, 7 p.m., 'Cot- Oak, 386-362-1483. tory museum, located near bage, carrots, sliced cheese, right, GED examiner at Medicare, have an annual in-
ton Patch Gospel,' Monday, Disaster Action Team the intersection of South- strawberry lemonade, or- Suwannee-Hamilton Techni- come below 200 percent of
March 21, at the Village Volunteers Needed The west 34th Street and Hull anges, bananas, five pounds cal Center. the federal poverty level and
Church, 7 p.m. (Based on American Red Cross of Road in the University of fresh potatoes, and an un- Harsonhill Inc., a pre- have no other drug coverage.
Clarence Jordan's version of Suwannee Valley is looking Florida Cultural Plaza in known produce item. Pick scription information pub- Seniors may apply for the
the book of Matthew); The for volunteers to join the Gainesville. Hours are 10 Up Date: Feb. 26. Regular lishing company Financial program at no cost by calling
Phillips-Lassiter Guitar Disaster Action Team to as- a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Sat- package price $25. Meat help for those who can't af- a toll-free number, 877-RX-
Duo, Friday, April 22, at the sist victims of fires and oth- urday and 1-5 p.m. Sunday. package available $25. Ten- ford their prescription drugs LILLY, or by filling out an
Village Church, 7 p.m. ACV er natural disasters. If you Closed on Thanksgiving and tative meat box menu: ribeye is available right now. Steve application. LillyAnswers
season tickets are available are interested and would Christmas. For more info, steaks, pork chops, salmon Reynolds, President of Har- card enables them to receive
at Advent Christian Village, like to learn more, call 386- including ticket prices, di- fillets, ground beef, teriyaki sonhill Inc., a prescription a 30-day supply of Lilly
SThe Music Center in Live 752-0650. reactions and parking info, chicken breasts, smoked information publishing com- pharmaceutical products that
SOak, and the Suwannee The Story of Dowling call 352-846-2000. Visit sausage links and chicken pany, states assistance pro- are sold, at participating re-
SCounty Chamber of Com- Park Do you want to know www.flmnh.ufl.edu. nuggets. TO ORDER AND grams have been established tail pharmacies for a flat fee
merce. Cost: Adults $80; more about the Advent Florida Museum of Nat- PAY BY by more than 100 U.S. drug of $12. Info about the
Students (ages 13-18) $35; Christian Village (ACV) at ural History in Gainesville CREDIT/DEBIT/CHECK manufacturers to assist low LillyAnswers program is
Children (ages 5-12) $25. Dowling Park? ACV repre- Wigglers and Walkers for CARD, CALL TOLL-FREE income people. These pro- available at .www.lillyan-
Another Way, Inc. Sup- sentatives are available to children ages 2-5 is offered 800-832-5020. PICK UP grams cover over 1,400 com- swers.com or by calling toll-
port Groups Another meet with you and share the the second Wednesday of ORDER AT LOCAL SITE. only prescribed medicines, free 877-RX-LILLY.
Way, Inc. offers support story of Dowling Park. If every month. The children For questions or to order, Reynolds states his company Love INC -.A non-profit
groups for victims and sur- you're interested in arrang- learn about exhibits through call your local coordinator, publishes a 85+ page manual Christian group that repre-
vivors of domestic violence. ing a speaking engagement stories, games, hands-on ob- Live Oak: Live Oak Church that contains all the informa- sents local churches in find-
For info regarding dates and or a tour for your organiza- jects and other age-appro- of God 386-362-2483; tion required to apply to ing help for valid needs. Call
times, call 386-792-2747 or tion, club or church, please private activities. Adult vol- Wellborn United Methodist these assistance programs. Ginny Peters, 386-364-4673,
the toll-free hotline at 800- contact us at 386-658-5110 unteers are needed to give Church 386-963-5023; For more information about Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. -
500-1119. or toll-free, 800-714-3134 Wigglers and Walkers tours Ebenezer AME Church these programs or to obtain noon
'Before You Tie The or e-mail ccarter@acvil- and no experience is re- 386-362-6383 or 386-364- the manual e-mail: harson- MDA Assists people with
Knot' four-hour class for lage.net. For an ACV pre- quired. 'To volunteer, appli- 4323 or 386-362-4808; hill @earthlink.net or con- ALS through help with pur-
couples who will marry view, visit cants must be available to Jasper: 386-792-3965; White tact Reynolds toll-free at chase and repair of wheel-
soon. The cost is $10 per www.acvillage.net. Or re- meet the first Wednesday of Springs: 386-752-2196 or 888-240-9240 or write to chairs, support groups, ex-
couple. Completion of this quest a free videotape, each month from 3-4 p.m. 386-397-1228; Bell: 352- Harsonhill Inc., 22425 Ven- pert-led seminars, an ALS
course is required when Downtown Craft Mar- and to give tours every sec- 463-7772 or 352-463-1963; tura Blvd., No. 190, Wood- Web site
couples reduce their mar- ket, High Springs Brings ond Wednesday from 3:30- Lake City 386-752-7976 or land Hills, CA 91364. For (www.als.mdausa.org) and
riage license fee by $32.50. talented local artists togeth- 4:30 p.m. For more info, FoodSource toll-free at 800- immediate info, visit ALS-specific chat rooms
Pre-registration is required. er to showcase their talents call 352-846-2000, ext. 277. 832-5020 or visit website at www.Prescriptions4Free.co (www.mdausa.org/chat).
Registration forms are avail- in the heart of downtown FoodSource a Christian www.foodsource.org for m MOPS Mothers of
able at the Clerk of the High Springs and is open based Christian food coop- questions or to become a lo- Hospice of the Suwannee Preschoolers a gathering
Court's office or the Suwan- each Saturday at the corner erative, is in your area! cal host sitp Valley,. -:.Helping. Hands of moms for encouragement
nee County Extension Ser- of NW 1st Avenue and Main Stretch your food dollars! Friends of Suwannee Volunteer Orientation and fun. All mothers of chil-
vice office, 386-362-2771. Street. Admission and activ- With the help of dedicated River State Park Join the first Wednesday, 10-11 a.m. dren from birth to age five
Childbirth classes of- ities are free. For more info, volunteers, FoodSource is Friends of Suwannee River at Hospice of the Suwannee are invited to attend. The
State Park, a non-profit Valley, 618 SW FL Gateway meetings are the second and
A 501(c)3 charitable organiza- Drive, Lake City. After at- fourth Tuesday of the month,
tion: Help keep the State tending orientation and com- September through May,
Park the gem of the Suwan- pleting the screening froth 9:30 a.m. to noon. They
nee River. The park is locat- process, you will be eligible are held at the First Baptist
ed 13 miles West of Live for volunteering in the Hos- Church on Howard St. in
t Oak off US 90. Quarterly pice Attic thrift store, admin- Live Oak. For more info,
newsletter, quarterly meet- istrative offices as well as please call 386-362-1583.
P u b lic In i d ings, monthly board meet- helping at special events, ed- Marine Corps League
bl ic In l iV ted ings and an annual luncheon ucational fairs, community meets in Lake City First
meeting. Membership events and fund raising. To Tuesday of each month The
brochures may be picked up register or for,more info con- Suwannee Valley Detach-
r a 2 0 at the State Park or mail your tact Carolyn Long, 386-752- ment of the Marine Corps
Membership to: Friends of 9191. League of the United States
SSuwannee River State Park, Hospice of the Suwannee meets monthly in Lake City.
20185 CR 132, Live Oak, FL Valley Helping Hands Even months are met in Live
United ay of Suwannee Valley 132060. Phone: 386-362- Volunteer Orientation .- Oak at the Shriners Club,
United Wa f Suwannee Vallethird Tuesday, 5-6:30p.m. at odd months are in Lake City
First Anual Suwannee County Auction POOL CHLORINE hospicee of the Suwannee at Quality Inn (formerly Hol-
Sn Valley, 618 SW FL Gateway iday Inn). Marines in Suwan-
S Auctioneer: John W. Hill, #AU2847 ef Drive, Lake City. After at- nee County should call Dale
..SEAMAN'S AQUA CLEAN tending orientation and com- Condy, 386-776-2002 or
Auction Chair: Monja Robinson *Viu.' HowardSt., Live Oak pleting the screening John Meyers, 386-935-6784.
140446JRS-F 362-4043 process, you will be eligible Lake City representatives,
John Parker, 386-754-1980
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Continued From Page 4C erations.org. 468-6933 or logging onto ing breast cancer patients three miles from 1-75 and eral public is invited to at-
NFCC Artist Series www.stopaddiction.com. with information and hope. nine miles from 1-10. For tend and become members.
program presented by Solid 2004-2005 Performances Don't wait until it's too late. One on one visits. Free of info on additional programs Donations of $5 a person are
Rock Ministries, Inc. of will be held on campus at Call Narconon now! charge. Call toll-free, 800- and times, contact the park accepted at the door to help
Jasper; at no charge to any- the Van H. Priest Auditori- North Central Florida ACS-2345 to schedule a vis- at 386-397-4331, or visit cover catering expenses. For
one. Call for appointment at um, Madison. This year's Sexual Assault Center, Inc. it. Sponsored by the Ameri- www.FloridaStateParks.org/ more info on joining the or-
386-792-2603. Helping to line-up includes: Feb. 17, provides individual and can Cancer Society. stephenfoster/ ganization, contact Ronnie
apply Christian principles to Mark Twain on Stage: John group counseling for victims Regional Heart Disease Stephen Foster Folk Cul- Poole, 386-362-4539.
our every day living... Chappell as Samuel L. of rape and incest. Any man and Stroke Prevention ture Center State Park Wanted Have an hour a
Morningside Nature Clemens in look, in voice, or woman who is 18 years Coalition serving Suwan- Honored as one of 10 "21st week to share? Volunteers
Center Living History in gesture and above all, in old or older and is a victim nee, Lafayette, Hamilton, Century American Heritage needed at Surrey Place for
Farm, Gainesville Barn- his own memorial words, he of rape, sexual abuse or in- Madison, Jefferson and Tay- Parks" in 2003. For more our extensive seven-day-a-
yard Buddies, free admis- lives again; March 3, Cham- cest is eligible to participate. lor counties meets quarter- info, call 386-397-7009. week activity program.
sion,'3 p.m. every Wednes- ber Orchestra Kremlin All services are free and con- ly. Please call Diana King at Visit www.FloridaS- Many volunteers positions
day and Saturday to meet Russia's internationally fidential. Call Victim Advo- 850-342-0170 ext. 220 for tateParks.org/stephenfoster/ are now open. Calling out
and greet the farm animals. known ensemble performs. cate, Erica Nix toll-free at more info. Spirit of the Suwannee bingo or pokeno, reading to
After the animal introduc- Season passes $40 for Pager Number, 800-400- Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park The Suwan- residents who no longer see
tions, help with the after- adults, $25 for children 12 7140. For other info, call Music Park & Camp- nee Valley Bluegrass Asso- well or sharing scriptures,
noon feeding. Toddlers and and under. Become a spon- 386-719-9287. ground upcoming events citation holds a jam at the giving wheel chair rides in
preschoolers will love learn- sor $100 individual to $500 North Florida Workforce include Feb. 12 Sun Pickin' Shed every Saturday the courtyard,. helping with
ing about the barnyard bud- corporate. For more info, Development AWI person- Country Jamboree; Feb. 14 night at 6:30 p.m. and has a special events or being a
dies. Meet at the barn. For passes, or to sponsor call nel, as part of the one-stop Valentines Day; Feb. 22-24 covered dish pot luck every "helper/partner" on outings
more info, call 352-334- 850-973-1653 or e-mail system, strive to help dislo- Best of America by Horse- first and third Saturday at 6 out of the facility. Our goal
2170 or visit www.natureop- artistseries@nfcc.edu/ Visit cated workers and other job back; Feb. 24 Mark New- p.m. For more info, call 386- is to keep our residents'
erations.org. on-line at seekers find employment in ton Band; March 5 Spring 842-5786. lives fulfilled by being busy
Morningside Nature htpp://www.nfcc.edu/New- a prompt manner. AWI staff Fling Garage Sale; March 12 Suwannee Valley and happy. For more info,
Center Living History sEvents/ArtistSeries/home.h now have office hours at the Sun Country Jamboree; Builders Association please call Karen or Ellie at
Farm, Gainesville Living tml. One-Stop Centers in Hamil- March 18 Cherry Holmes (SVBA) A non profit orga- Surrey Place, 386-364-5961.
History Days, every Satur- NFCC Children's The- ton: 386-792-1229, Jeffer- Family; March 24-27 nization, is a group of ap- Wild Adventures upcom-
day, ater performances NFCC son: 850-342-3338, Suwannee Spring Fest; proximately 80 local citi- ing events include: Snow
from 9 a.m. 5 p.m. with will present "The Adven- Lafayette: 386-294-1055, March 27 Craft Village zens dedicated to building a Days Now-Feb. 28; Bowl-
staff in period dress inter- tures of Lewis and Clark" Madison: 850-973-9675, Easter Egg Hunt. stronger community, whose ing for Soup Feb. 19; Terri
preting day-to-day life on a by GMT Productions, Inc. Suwannee: 386-364-7952 Stephen Foster State members volunteer their Clark and Josh Turner Feb.
Florida farm in 1870. Sam- on April 18, with two per- and Taylor: 850-584-7604 Culture Center State Park time with active involve- 26. Wild Adventures Theme
pie homemade biscuits on formances for sixth eighth counties as follows: 8 a.m.-5 monthly Cracker Coffee- ment with associate sponsor- Park is located at 3766 Old
the woodstove with fresh graders in NFCC's six coun- p.m. Monday through Fri- house from 7-9 p.m. in the ships of worthwhile commu- Clyattville Rd. Valdosta, Ga.
butter and cane syrup grown ty service area. Performance day, and alternate Saturdays Auditorium. Upcoming nity activities and associate For more info visit
and made on the farm. Help will be held at the Van H. 9 a.m.-1 p.m. events: Mike Seeger Banjo members of the Council for www.wild-adventure.com.
feed the farm animals at 9 Priest Auditorium on the Parents of ADD and Concert Feb. 12; Antique Progress and Suwannee CALENDAR OF
a.m. and 3 p.m. daily. Free Madison campus. For more ADHD Children If you are Tractor and Engine Show County Chamber of Com- EVENTS
admission. For more info info visit interested in joining a sup- April 1-3; Florida Folk Fes- merce. SVBA donates two Through Feb. 28
call 352-334-2170 or visit www.nfcc.edu/NewsEv- port group call Lea-Anne tival May 27-29. Open academic scholarships each Driver's license and
www.natureoperations.org. ents/ArtistSeries/chil- Elaine, 386-362-7339. stage night held the first Sat- year, donates Christmas vehicle inspection
Morningside Nature drentheater.html or contact Pregnancy Crisis Center urday of every month with gift/food baskets each year checkpoints scheduled
Center Living History the NFCC College Advance- The Live Oak Pregnancy songs, stories, yodeling, mu- and sponsor of the children's The Florida Highway Pa-
Farm, Gainesville Dis- ment Office, 850-973-1613. Crisis Center at 112 Pied- sic and much more. Coffee playhouse raffle at Christ- trol will conduct driver's li-
cover & Do, third Sunday of NFCC College Place- mont St. (behind the Amoco) .and desserts available for mas. Featured speakers from cense and vehicle inspection
the month, kids bring your ment Tests NFCC will is open on Wednesday sale. Free admission at local businesses and a checkpoints through Feb.
favorite adult for a fun ac- conduct College Placement through Friday from 9 a.m.-3 Stephen Foster Folk Culture catered dinner are the high- 28, on Brown Road, CR 252,
tivity and make a cool craft Tests (CPT) on computer p.m. The center will offer Center State Park, White lights of the evening at
to take home. Meet at every Thursday at 8:30 a.m. confidential counseling, free Springs. Located on US 41, monthly meetings. The gen- SEE CALENDAR, PAGE 6C
Loblolly Environmental Fa- and 1:30 p.m. in the NFCC pregnancy tests, clothes for
cility on NW 34th Street be- Technical Center, Bldg. 13, expectant mothers and in- -
tween University and NW on 'the Madison campus. fants. The center will also
8th Ave. Reservations re- Persons taking the tests will offer referrals to pro-life JT t II *** S UIWI5NNE
quired. Free admission. For be required to register in doctors. Groups and church-
more info and to RSVP call NFCC Student Services 24 es might want to.have a baby WA N
352-334-2170 or visit hours before testing. There shower and donate all the
www.natureoperations.org. is a fee of $10 for the test. items to the center. Also T IR RTI
Morningside Nature For more info, please call needed: Maternity clothes COUNTY FAIR PAiRTI CIPA N
Center Living History 850-973-1612. and hangers. Telephone 386-
Farm, Gainesville Who's NFCC E-Spotlight pro- 330-2229; or toll-free 800- t Renemnber; deadline forl
Who in the Woods, last Sat- vides weekly information 696-4580. '
urday of the month, natural- Interested in North Florida Rainbow Acres Animal sign up... for Dail',
ist-guided walk at 9 a.m. 1- Community College events? Shelter A nonprofit, no
1.5 hours walk, wear com- Have current college news kill, animal shelter, needs oat, Rabbit, Beef Heifers
fortable walking shoes. and happenings delivered donations of all kinds, shel- and Pout 'l
Meet-at the education office, directly to your e-mail ad- ter material, wood, fencing, and Poultl, il
3540 E. University Ave. dress through NFCC's e- etc. Food, old pots, pans, etc.
Free admission. For more Spotlight. Alumni, former Almost anything you no FEBRUARY 18 200u
info call 352-334-2170 or faculty or staff and commu- longer need, we can put to
visit www.natureopera- nity members interested in good use. Cash is also ac-
tions.org. keeping up with NFCC's cepted to keep our kittens
Morningside Nature calendar of events and news and puppies healthy. Our an- NO
Center Living History are invited to join the list of imals are free. Donations ac- EX EPTIONS .
Farm, Gainesville A e-Spotlight recipients. To cepted, not required. r m r nf ma
Night at the Owlery, By the receive NFCC's weekly e- Free!!!!! Puppies and Dogs.. For more information 0
light of the silvery moon Spotlight call the Office of Kittens and Cats. Contact ttin an entry form call
with the owls and frogs Institutional Advancement Carolynn or Matt, 386-362-
we'll croon...each Saturday at 850-973-1613 or e-mail 3338. fair office 386.362-7366
nearest the full moon. Come Kim Scarboro at scar- Reach To Recovery -
at 7 p.m. with family and borok@nfcc.cc. breast cancer survivors visit- '%.1 .. .
friends for a lively variety Narconon Arrowhead -
of talks, songs, hikes, fires, Drug addiction can leave an
and fun! Florida Wildlife individual feeling helpless
Care's Leslie Straub will and out of control. Especial-
help us meet and greet our ly if you are the family
noisy nocturnal neighbors, member or friend 'of an ad- RTY
the owls, at Boulware dict. Narconon Arrowhead -** SERVICE
Springs Historic Water- can help. Narconon offers
works, 3300 SE 15th St., free counseling, assess-
Gainesville. Free admission, ments and referrals to reha- N
For more info call 352-334- bilitation centers nationwide team up to offer Tax Time Rebate.
2170 or visit www.natureop- by calling toll-free, 800- Let M&M Auto pay your tax bill when you use a portion towards your down payment.
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01 Chevy Metro LSI, e., a..............................'5,995 96 Ford Windstar ................................ ............93,95 97 Pontiac Transport SE Van..................................5,995
96 Cadillac Sedan Deville, 4., .................... ',850 92 Nissan Sentra .............................'3,995 00 Ford F-150, auto ............... .................... 6,650
oo Saturn SC-2 .................... ......................'8,495 91 Toyota Corolla ...................................................'3,995 97 Chevy Tahoe ............................................ 6,995
00 Pontiac Grand Prix, 4dr., SE, White .................. 8,995 2000 Mitsubishi Galat............................................3,995 01 Nissan Frontier XE King Cab ........... ..........7,995
With a night vision reflective sign they can! 03 Dodge Neon ...................8,995 1986 Toyota Celica...... .............................3,995 01 Ford Windstar ......................... 8,995
FREE INSTALLATIONS 01 Ford Taurus SES, hite,loaed, 52k ..........9,850 1989 Dodge Conversion Van ...................... 3,995 02 Chevy Astro Van ................. 9,995
e With these signs police, firefighters and 01 Buick Regal LS, Ietalr chaa.e ....... 995 Fresh Start, New Start 00 Dodge Durang, plus, leather................11,995
paramedics will arrive crucial moments 00 Chevy Impala.......................................'9,995 Bankruptcy V OK 99 GMC Sonoma 4x4 ........................ .. 11,995
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Continued From Page 5C of Florida. The Patrol has spectators can sample all the 834, Live Oak, FL 32064. of Hugh Mills and Diana 386-362-6353. The banquet
found these checkpoints to different chili plus a drink. Buy tickets now! Evans. The event will be will include over 15 guns,
CR 252-A, CR 252-B, CR be an effective means of en- You must stay until awards Suwannee County held at 6 p.m. on Saturday, artwork, turkey calls and
25-A, SR 47, SR 341, US forcing the equipment and are given out, even if you Cattlemen's Association March 19 at Sheryl's Buffet, turkey theme furniture. Rev-
441, US 41, CR 245, CR driver's license laws of are out of chili. Deadline to Heifer Raffle. 515 SW Fifth Street, Live enues from the banquet will
238, CR 135, Turner Road, Florida while ensuring the enter is Feb. 24. Set up at 9 Suwannee County Cattle- Oak. Dinners will be $12.50 finance projects at the local,
SR 100, Trotter's Road, protection of all motorists. a.m., judging starting at 10 men's Association Heifer per person. RSVP by March state and federal level. Sin-
Fairfield Farms Road, CR Lafayette High School a.m. and awards at 1 p.m. Raffle prizes: First Prize 12 to: Marianne Wood gle Ticket $55; Couples
250, CR 349, SR 247 and class of 1980 is looking Judges overall winner will $500 or Beef Heifer; Second 386-364-3575; Pete Sneed Ticket $90; Jakes Ticket -
SR 25 in Columbia County; for classmates receive four tickets to Wild and Third Prize one hind 386-362-2122; Joan Fewox $20; Sponsor Ticket $275;
CR 132, CR 136, CR 136-A, Lafayette High School Adventures. Bring chili quarter each; Fourth and 386-776-2555; Pat Bryant Sponsor Couples Ticket -
CR 137, CR 249, CR 250, class of 1980 is looking for ready to go, one crock pot Fifth Prize one front quar- 386-776-2231; or Karen $300. Tickets can be pur-
CR 252, CR 349, CR 49, CR classmates in order to hold full. Electric will be provid- ter each. Show steer cut and Willis 386-935-1317. chased in advance or at the
795, SR 20, SR 247, SR 10, their 25th class reunion. If ed, but bring your own ex- wrapped by Mobley's Cus- Checks may be made door. There are advertising
SR 51, US 129 and Mitchell you are a classmate or if you tension cord. Decorate your tom Cuts, Inc. Additional payable to: Suwannee Coun- opportunities for individuals
Road in Suwannee County; know someone in this grad- table based on the theme of gift certificates from Publix ty Bus Driver's Club. and businesses. We look for-
and CR 136, CR 152, CR uating class please call Su- your chili. You may display and Wal-Mart. Drawing will Buy tickets now! ward to seeing you at the
143, CR 249, CR 137, CR san Harris Allen at 386-935- a sign with your name or be held the night of the Turkey Federation banquet. Please bring your
251, CR 146, CR 135, CR 0901, Pam Zimmerman business name on the table. Youth Beef Heifer Show at Banquet to be held spouse and children as they
141, CR 150, CR 145 and Corbin at 386-935-3118 or Chili will be judged on the Suwannee County Fair Feb. 26 are welcome.
US 41, SR 6, SR 25 in Jean Williams at 386-294- taste, eye appeal and show- in March. Tickets $1 each. The Suwannee River .Donations needed for
Hamilton County. Recogniz- 1241. manship. There will also be Proceeds support Beef LONGBEARDS Chapter of Pregnancy Crisis
ing the danger presented to Enter by Feb. 24 a pie eating contest. Three Heifer Show. You do not the National Wild Turkey Center Live Oak yard
the public by defective vehi- Suwannee High NJROTC minutes to eat as many pies have to be present to win. Federation (NWTF) will sale scheduled for May
cle equipment, troopers will Chili Cook-off and Pie as you can (no hands al- RSVP by March 12 hold its annual Hunting Her- The Pregnancy Crisis Cen-
concentrate their efforts on Eating Contest on Feb. 26 lowed.) Entry fee $5 for 11 School bus drivers itage Fund-raiser Banquet ter Live Oak staff are be-
vehicles being operated with Suwannee High NJROTC and up and $2.50 for ages 10 former and retired are on Feb. 26 at the Columbia ginning preparations for its
defects such as bad. brakes, will hold a Chili Cook-off and under. To enter send invited to retirement County Fairgrounds in Lake annual yard sale to be held
worn tires and defective Contest at the Suwannee your name, address and celebration City. Doors will open at 6 on May 13. They are now ac-
lighting equipment. In addi- County Coliseum, Live Oak phone number and which All former and retired p.m. and dinner will be cepting donations of good,
tion, attention will be direct- on Saturday, Feb. 26. Entry contest you are entering Suwannee County school served at 7 p.m. Please con- clean quality household
ed to drivers who would vi- fee $5 per individual, $25 along with entry fee to bus drivers are invited to tact Todd Kennon at 386- items and clothing. Items
late the driver license laws for businesses and for $5 NJROTC/Chili, P.O. Box help celebrate the retirement 755-1334 or Tom Kennon at may be dropped off at the
Center's location at 112
Piedmont St., .or for more in-
formation call 386-330-
2229. The Pregnancy Crisis
e Center is a non-pr6fit organi-
zation operating 100 percent
on private donations, serving
the needs of over 1,000
..men and babies in crisis
it 'situations alone last year.

Fresh From the Farm a
... ... .. market guide for
cheaper Yress Cont a
SSuwannee County
s:'et B S The Suwannee County Ex-
CitSO u tension Service is in the
to process of creating a market
a guide Fresh From the Farm
2%bscrib e "2:. 0' '. to help the general public
Ssu bscr be locate products straight from
the farm. This publication
will also identify various
agricultural custom services.
th a n to -In order for this publication
Sto be most effective, it
r f3 se. i-h should contain all local agri-
bu Chrm,, culture-related products and
Sbiff. :es,,,and th is -i, here
h .a ck we need your help. If you
th, Ra k! hae a farm product and/or
Custom service you would
Like to include in this direc-
e c .p on tory, we need your informa-
M ail in the coupon tion. We have a form avail-
S-.. "" : able to list this your products
or ive us a call. -o C .. and or services. This form is
Se available at our office or you
"'. It's horh o may call and we will put one
w'-o .. Its impressive how in the mail to you. Please fill
Lae ., e out the requested informa-
S.o, t v 1re mair ltion and send back to us, list-
\. Si sc .j P-ing your farm name, location
.u u (911 address), and contact
/ne. A information including your
S .- -B lt - MOYear Subscription 6 Month Subscription business phone number.
er ngce In-County In-County When listing products and/or
Sand =. ..taur .'$ 16 services, please include the
.. 211 i.- s hr -,**approximate dates available
-fo. Yon your farm in order to ad-
Out-of-County ,~o1 Out-of-County vise the public when they
N o cover newsstand can expect to find these
IE E Ow ~ prices products. This, guide is in-
r Hnoring hoSe Who v -. ;C " tended for all agriculture
e .. .' products including livestock,
S" produce, small animals, ser-
"Name I vices and anything else that
;'a I Address would fit in the agriculture
,. _,_,S._ _category. If you have any
,: "City St. Zip I questions, please contact the
.. I Phone No. ( ).....__ Suwannee County Extension
I Mail to: The Suwannee Democrat, P.O. Box370, Live Oak, FL32064 Service at 386-362-2771.
or call (386) 362-1734 Ext. 152 and speak with Angie. Ou r office is located at 1302S
I We accept Visa and Mastercard Eleventh Street SW, Live
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Ci i i for The Ten Star All Star
ir i -ciaptotI n p Summer Basketball Camp.
.s_ rr Yea' \ " 6 Mont ription The camp is by invitation
and. 2- -. 1 Year Subscription 6 Month Subscription only. Boys and girls ages 10-
S In-County .-In-County 19 are eligible to apply. Past
coaf I participants include: Michael '
.____ m I EU Jordan, Tim Duncan, Vince
Carter, Jerry Stackhouse,
S., Out-of-county -as- Out-of-County Grand Hill and Antawn
s "iU over newsstand Jamison. Players from 50
.-. .prices 1 states and 17 foreign coun-
ne- a, ,s trI. attended the 2004 camp.
-u -e-- -- -- -acCollege basketball scholar-
P.oo.Name o ships are possible for players
ame e selected to the All-American
Address -rn, Team.. Camp locations in-
St. ZCity_ St.__ Zip I clude: Babson Park and At-
i l Oa The ,uasper lanta, Ga. For a free
,... 6, .~ .. ,I Phone No. (_) I brochure, call 704-373-0873
Phon e. "Mail to:Live Oak Publications Circulation, P.O. Box 370, Live Oak, FL 32064 : anytime.
...,. ..or call (386) 362-1734 Ext. 152 and speak with Angie. I /_:
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Continued From Page 6C Oct. 19-23. Costs and dead- the NFCC Technical Center of Suwannee Valley will Building No. 13, on the to invite each and everyone
lines for payment vary for on the Madison hold a CPR for Professional Madison campus. Persons to join in the celebration of
The 5th Army Associa- each trip. The group meets campus. Persons taking the Rescuer class from 6-9 p.m., taking the tests will be re- African American History
tion tour of Italy, depart- the first Monday, 10:30 tests will be required to fur- Thursday, Feb. 17, at their quired to register in NFCC Month, a time to acknowl-
ing New York on June 15 a.m., Extension Building II, nish a Photo ID. NFCC office at 264 NE Hernando Student Services 24 hours edge and honor the sacri-
The 5th Army Associa- Agriculture Center. Visitors holds GED preparation Ave., Suite 102, Lake City. before testing. For more fices and struggles of those
tion World War II, Italy, will welcome. For more info, courses free of charge; there For info and to register, call info, please call 850-973- who came before us. We
conduct a 10 day final tour contact Lula Herring at 386- is a fee for the test. Pre-reg- 386-752-0650. 9451. hope you will join us in
of Italy, departing New York 364-1510. NOTE: March istration is required. To reg- Feb. 17 Feb. 18 viewing black history as
on June 15 visiting Rome, meeting canceled, next ister please call 850-973- NFCC Artist Series American Red Cross part and parcel of American
Venice, Florence, Pisa, Sor- meeting April 4. 1629. presents MARK TWAIN! will hold a Babysitting history. To learn and teach
rento and a special stop at Through Feb. 21 Feb. 16 On Stage class in Lake City this precious heritage is our
the American Military Lady of the Lake ServSafe Program NFCC Artist Series pre- The American Red CrOss responsibility for the future
Cemetery near Anzio. For- Quilters' Guild will will be held sents MARK TWAIN! On of Suwannee Valley will generations. Please join the
mer members of the many exhibit quilts at the The Suwannee County. Stage: John Chappell as hold a Babysitting class Suwannee County Commu-
combat divisions and sup- Columbia County Extension Service, will be Samuel L. Clemens at 7 p.m. from 9 a.m. 4 p.m., Friday, nity Black History Commit-
port groups, their families, Library, Lake City providing food safety train- on Thursday, Feb. 17, at the Feb. 18, at their office at tee on Saturday, Feb. 19, at
friends and those interested Attention: Quilters and ing on Wednesday, Feb. 16, Van H. Priest Auditorium on 264 NE Hernando Ave., 6 p.m. as they host this
in the history of the U.S. 5th Lover of Quilts! The mem- from 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. at the the North Florida Communi- Suite 102, Lake City. For year's black history pro-
Army can contact Sny Can- bers of the Lady of the Lake Suwannee County Extension ty College campus in Madi- info and to register, call gram. The program will
ton at 5277B Lakefront Quilters' Guild will exhibit Office, 1302 Eleventh son. Tickets: $11 386-752-0650. take place at Ebenezer AME
Blvd., Delray Beach, FL some their quilts at the Co- Street, SW, Live Oak. Certi- adults/$3 students For more Feb. 18 Church located on the cor-
33484 or call 561-865-8495. lumbia County Library, 308 fiction is required in Flori- info call 850-973-1653 or Everyone is invited to the ner of Parshley Street and
Suwannee High School NW Columbia Avenue, Lake da for food managers of all visit artistseries@nfcc.edu. first Suwannee County Houston Avenue. We hope
Class of 1975 plans City until Feb. 21. Come by establishments. The Univer- Feb. 17 United Way Auction to see you there.
30-year class reunion for a visual treat! sity of Florida Food Safety Florida Peanut United Way of Suwannee Feb. 19
Suwannee High School Feb. 16 and Quality Program man- Producers 30th Annual Valley will hold its first American Red Cross
Class of 1975 plans 30-year Office hours with ages the ServSafe Program Membership Meeting Suwannee County United will hold a First
class reunion. For more info Congressman Boyd's training (including all regis- The Florida Peanut Pro- Way Auction on Friday, Adi/Adult CPR class in
contact Jane Gamble Lew, staff in Live Oak trations and material or- ducers Association an- 'Feb. 18. The event will be Lake City
386-776-1459 or Wayne A member of Congress- ders). More info is available ounces its 30th Annual held at the Spirit of the The American Red Cross
Mitchell, 386-330-2554. man Allen Boyd's (D-North about this training by calling Membership Meeting will Suwannee Music Park. of Suwannee Valley will
Calling all classmates Florida) staff will be visiting toll-free 888-232-8723 or be held Feb. 17, at the Jack- Viewing of the items avail- hold a First Aid/Adult CPR
of SHS Class of 1986 Live Oak on the third v i s i t son County Agriculture able for auction, along with class from 9 a.m. 4 p.m.,
Hello! To the graduating Wednesday of every month http://foodsafety.ifas.ufl.edu Conference Center, 2741 a silent auction, begin at Saturday, Feb. 19, at their
class of 1986, our 20 year so the people of Suwannee Penn Ave., Marianna. All 5:30 p.m. The live auction office at 264 NE Hernando
reunion is fast approaching. County have the opportunity Feb. 16 peanut growers and spouses begins at 6:30 p.m. John W. Ave., Suite 102, Lake City.
It will be great to see every- to personally discuss issues NFCC Lady Sentinels are invited to attend. Regis- Hill will serve as the auc- For info and to register, call
one. Preparation for the re- concerning them. Congress- next home basketball tration will begin at 6:30 tioneer. Don Miller, known 386-752-0650.
union is in progress. Class man Boyd's staff is trained game p.m. (CST) followed by the to many through his perfor- Feb. 19
members please contact An- to assist constituents with a The North Florida Com- traditional smoked steak mance of bluegrass music Spirit of the Suwannee
gela Hunter Mandrell at her variety of issues relating to munity College Lady Sen- dinner. Your association is on Power Country 102, will Music Park will host the
e-mail address: Man- various federal agencies. It tinels next home basketball proud of the involvement provide entertainment prior Audubon Great Backyard
dr003@bellsouth.net. The is important to Congressman game will be played at 5:30 this past year both instate to the live auction. All busi- Bird Count
class members may also Boyd that his staff is avail- p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. and nationally in peanut nesses, agencies and indi- The Spirit of the Suwan-
contact Catrena Francis at: able for those who are not 16, against Chipola at Colin promotion, education and viduals are invited to donate nee Music Park will host
VanessaFrancis@msn.com able to travel to either his P. Kelly Gymnasium on the research and we invite you new or used items in good the Audubon Great Back-
as soon as possible. Panama City or Tallahassee Madison campus. All home out for a night of food and condition for the auction, yard Bird Count on Satur-
Sign up now! offices. Office hours with games are free and open to fun. and all are invited to attend day, Feb. 19 from 8 a.m. to
Live Oak Senior Congressman Boyd's staff the public. For more info, Feb. 17 the auction. Contact Monja 4:30 p.m. Come help count
Citizens schedule tours this month will be Wednes- contact NFCC basketball NFCC will conduct Robinson, Suwannee Coun- the birds in its rather large
Live Oak Senior Citizens day, Feb. 16, from 9:30 a.m. coach Clyde Alexander at College Placement Tests ty Auction chair at 386-362- "backyard." All levels of
schedule escorted tours to: 11:30 a.m., Live Oak City 850-973-1609 or visit ath- (CPT) 1734 or United Way of experience are welcome and
The Dead Sea Scrolls Ex- Hall, Live Oak. letics at www.nfcc.edu. North Florida Communi- Suwannee Valley, 386-752- only 15-30 minutes of your
hibit, The Festival of Flow- Feb. 16 Feb. 17 ty College will conduct 5604, for additional infor- time is required to partici-
ers and a river boat cruise, NFCC will conduct American Red Cross College Placement Tests mation or to donate an item. pate. Bring binoculars and
Mobile, Ala., March 8-11; GED tests will hold a CPR for (CPT) on computer at 8:30 Feb. 19 field guides. Pick up and
Carnival Cruise to Western North Florida Community Professional Rescuer a.m. and 1:30 p.m. on Black History Month turn in data sheets at the
Caribbean, May 15-22; and College will conduct GED class in Lake City Thursday, Feb. 17, in the celebration
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ko O i sleep disorder.
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Calendar
Continued From Page 8C Feb. 19-20 ments: 12x12 feet of ade- halter and a leadrope. Appli- Feb. 21 followed by a Q&A moderated
A Wild Horse Adoption quate shelter and 20x20 feet cation required. Animals NFCC Lady Sentinels by Dr. Tameka Hobbs, at 6 p.m.
main office. Guided nature will be held at the of corral space with sturdy will be adopted by competi- next home basketball on Tuesday, Feb. 22, at the Van
walk at 9:30 a.m. Free Jacksonville Equestrian fencing six-feet high (five- tive bid minimum bid game H. Priest Auditorium on the
workshop in the Basics of Center feet for burrows). In order $125. Schedule: Preview all The North Florida Com- Madison campus. Free to pub-
Birdwatching at 1 p.m. For A Wild Horse Adoption to transport animalss, day oh Feb. 18, bid from 8 munity College Lady Sen- lie. For info, call 850-973-1635
more info contact Nancy will be held at the Jack- adopters must have a solid a.m. 5 p.m. on Feb. 19 and tinels next home basketball or e-mail olivera@nfcc.edu.
Birmingham-Hague at 386- sonville Equestrian Center constructed horse trailer, 8 a.m. noon on Feb. 20. game will be played at 5:30 Feb. 23
364-4373. on Feb. 19-20. Require- preferably a stock trailer, a Free admission! Walk-ups p.m. on Monday, Feb. 21, NFCC hosts Black
welcome! Bring your trailer against Gulf Coast at Colin History Month lecture by
and a friend! Ask about the P. Kelly Gymnasium on the Carl Raye and Dr. Tameka
new "Adopt a Buddy" Pro- Madison campus. All home Hobbs
gram. For more info call games are free and open to North Florida Community
U.S. Department of the Inte- the public. For more info, College will host a Black His-
rior, Bureau of Land Man- contact NFCC basketball tory Month lecture by "A
W hy do they call it agement, 601-977-5400 or coach Clyde Alexander at Killing in Choctaw: The Power
S" hil," if i t's s hot? toll-free, 888-274-2133. 850-973-1609 or visit athlet- of Forgiveness" by Carl Raye
Feb. 20 ics at www.nfcc.edu. and Dr. Tameka Hobbs, at 10
SWhile you're pondering that question, Florida Museum of Feb. 22 a.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 23, at
consider entering our fabulous Natural History in American Red Cross the Van H. Priest Auditorium
Gainesville hosts lecture will hold an Adult CPR on the Madison campus. Free
CHILI COOK-OFF CONTEST on the chemistry behind class in Lake City to public. For info, call 850-
life The American Red Cross 973-1635 or e-mail
Suwannee High NJROTC Fundraiser The Florida Museum of of Suwannee Valley will olivera@nfcc.edu.
Chili Challenge, February 26, 2005 Natural History in hold an Adult CPR class Feb.23
at the Suwannee County Coliseum Gainesville will host a Sci- from 6-9 p.m., Tuesday, Feb. The Lady of the Lake
ence Sunday lecture pre- 22, at their office at 264 NE Quilting Guild will meet
sented by Steven Benner ti- Hernando Ave., Suite 102, The Lady of the Lake Quilt-
Set up Is ,i 9 a rn Wih lud~'n,3g 1irlring at aa rn, tied "Astrobiology and the Lake City. For info and to ing Guild will hold its monthly
Awards alli be given out atl pm Origins of Life" from 2-3 register, call 386-752-0650. meeting on Wednesday, Feb.
1'fou mus Sltav iiii awards are Quen jout even it vy:u are out C:I chil i p.m. on Feb. 20. The lecture Feb. 22 23, at 10 a.m. at the Southside
Bring your crlli ready I gol you h i n h cr e able Io prepare Iu here is free and open to the pub- NFCC will conduct Recreation Center, 901 Saint
Please make enough hiil cn ecroi' Pot y ullr i lic. Steven Benner is the TABE (Test of Adult Basic Margaret Road, Lake City. The
Eleriric Aill te provide but trlng your Cown eterision.:rd o.r
WAlencor, age .,,o -'JOr, gyour..neor,,yln Ell University of Florida V.T. Education) program will feature an "Ugly
Wi enilcurJge yOU 10 decorate your able t1based on t he rIhme il your chil
Also yvu can put your name Cr tuiirines n jQritn he table and Louise Jackson Distin- North Florida Community Quilt Contest." So look
You will be judged on taste eye appeal aind .:shom nlhip guished Professor of Chem- College will conduct TABE through your closets or under
ErlTRY FEE IS $5 00 per individual :,r '.$25 :11- per business specilatois can sample istry. He will discuss and (Test of Adult Basic Educa- the bed and bring the quilt that
all the didterent Chili plu: get a dranrii tr on,:, SV I:I demonstrate the chemistry tion) on Tuesday, Feb. 22, at was constructed using the
DEADLINrE i. February .24 2i005 behind life and explain the 1:30 p.m., in the NFCC wrong colors, wrong pattern or

A LS O global model that he and his Technical Center on the inappropriate fabric. Or what-
colleagues are beginning to Madison campus. TABE is ever... The contest will be lots
Pie Eating Contest, you have 3 minutes to eat as many pies as you can (No hands allowed) construct. The lecture com- required for acceptance into of fun and we can laugh at our-
Entry fee is for ages 11 and up $5.00. Ages 10 and under S2.50 plements the temporary ex- vocational/technical pro- selves! The Guild is an organi-
- - - - hibition "Microbes: Invisi- grams. Photo ID required, zation for anyone interested in
NAME______________________ ble Invaders...Amazing Al- Pre-registration is required. quilts and the art of quilting.
Slices on display at the To register please call 850- The public is welcome. For
IADDRESS- Florida Museum through 973-9451. more details, contact President,
_____ May 30. The Museum also Feb. 22 Sandy Lindfors, 386-362-6850,
.i will offer "Sunday Snoop," NFCC hosts Black or riverfolk@alltel.net.
SPHONE where museum staff enter- History Month

I CHILI COOK-OFF CONTEST _. tain children ages 4-10 for presentation by Carl Raye Feb. 24
an hour with fun activities followed by a Q&A moder- American Red Cross
I-I- PIE EATING CONTEST ---_ and a guided tour for $5 ated by Dr. Tameka Hobbs will hold an Infant/Child
Send entry" ~ f to: NJOTIl while parents attend the lec- North Florida Community CPR/First Aid class
Send entry forms to: NJROTC/Chili
Sen.Bo 83r4y.f O ak FL32 ture/book-signing. Pre-reg- College will host a Black His- in Lake City
P.O. Box 84, Live Ok, FL istration is required. For tory Month presentation "A The American Red Cross of
more info, call 352-846- Killing in Choctaw: The Power Suwannee Valley will hold an
2000, ext. 277. of Forgiveness" by Carl Raye Infant/Child CPR/First Aid
class from 6-9 p.m., Thursday,
'". Feb. 24, at their office at 264
',d NE Hernando Ave., Suite:102,
Lake City. For info and to reg-
t sister, call 386-752-0650.
IFeb.24
NFCC will conduct College
Placement Tests (CPT)
North Florida Community
College will conduct College,
Placement Tests (CPT) on
computer at 8:30 a.m. and 1:30
p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 124, in
the NFCC Technical Center,
Building No. 13, on the Madi-
son campus. Persons taking the
tests will be required to register
in NFCC Student Services 24
hours before testing. For more
info, please call 850-973-9451.
Feb. 26
Suwannee FFA Alumni Golf
Tournament

.:_ Touarnment-Suwannee Coun-
try Club, Live Oak, Saturday,
Feb. 26. Four person team
Scramble, 8 a.m. and 1 p.m. tee
,l "'". times. Lunch/door prize draw-
ings 11:30 a.m.-l p.m. Entry
fee $200 per team, includes
golf, cart, lunch and prizes. For'
info and entry contact Richard
Marable at 386-364-6554,
please leave a message.
i ,, Feb. 26
i 2005 Lafayette Baseball
Golf Tournament
1 The 2005 Lafayette Baseball
S2/3 -- t:` 10 n din -, m Golf Tournament will be held
thf l ,.,atet park at 9 a.m. on Saturday, Feb. 26;
Utn .. ta5.p Ap.r at the Suwannee Country Club,
al onet Gardens Live Oak. (Note: Original
C" scheduled for Feb. 12) Four
So, 'on man scramble with prizes to the
pl. ,,aad% top three teams. Cost: $50 per
ip player or $200 per team. Come
and support Hornet Baseball.:
--,tFor more info, contact Derek
Garland, 386-294-3025 or,
l *Joann Page, 386-294-2834.
Feb. 28
r NFCC will conduct
TABE (Test of Adult Basic
Education)
SI *North Florida Community
College will conduct TABE
i T Tl t *g (Test ofAdult Basic Education)
on Monday, Feb. 28, at 6 p.m.,
d I I ~I .L in the NFCC Technical Center:
on the Madison campus. TABE
is required for acceptance into:
vocational/technical
programs. Photo ID required.

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Calendar
Continued From Page 10C Join us at local, participating Assessments SAT 10 March
Weight Watchers locations 21-23. SAT 10 is for Grade K-
Pre-registration is required. To from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. on 2. Each school has more de-
register please call 850-973- Wednesday, March 2, to learn tailed testing information
9451. about BMI, learn tips to eat available. Daily student atten- .
Feb. 28 March 11 better, be more active, and to dance is critical during these
Suwannee District Schools lose weight in a healthy way assessment periods. Fuel
will administer Spring 2005 and join the fight against can- April 1-2
Assessments FCAT Read- cer. To learn more about 3rd Annual Florida State
ing, Math and Science Tests weight management or to find Bluegrass Festival
Suwannee District Schools the nearest Weight Watchers The Perry-Taylor County
will administer Spring 2005 center, call toll-free 800-651- Chamber of Commerce and
Assessments FCAT Reading, 6000 or log on to Weight- the Tourism Development
Math and Science Tests Feb. Watchers.com. Council will present the 3rd
28-March 11. FCAT is for March 19 Annual Florida State Blue-
grades 3-10 (Grade 11-Adult Third Annual New York grass Festival at Forest Capital
RETAKES). Each school has Day in Lake City State Park in Perry on Friday
more detiiled testing informa- Ever lived in New York and Saturday, April 1-2. This
tion available. Daily student State? If so, join us at New emerging popular event
'attendance is critical during York Day, from 12:30-4 p.m. promises two days of top blue-
these assessment periods. on Saturday, March 19, at grass performers, vendors with
March 1, 8, 15 and 22 Tucker's Fine Dining in the home-cooked food and arts
Hospice of the Suwannee Old Blanche Hotel building in and crafts items. No entry fee!
Valley Grief Support Group downtown Lake City (just Headlining the event will be l M .
will meet March north of Olustee Park). We will Valerie Smith & Liberty Pike.
One of the most helpful have happy hour with New Southern Lite, Southern Gen-
ways of coping with the death York snacks, dinner with both tlemen, Capsized, Swinging APR
of a loved one is to share with Iris and German dishes, and Bridge, Fifth Gear, River City FINANCE -
others who are experiencing a New York desserts. Tony Connection and Palms Blue-
similar loss. In this four-week Buzzella will provide enter- grass Band are scheduled to
support group, members have tainment throughout the after- appear. Shows scheduled be-
'an opportunity to express their noon and we'll have a New tween 4-11 p.m., on Friday and
feelings and thoughts as well York trivia contest as well. noon-ll p.m. on Saturday.
as gain an understanding of Come and meet other former Also to be held the same week-
grief and how it impacts their New Yorkers. The cost is $13 end, the 3rd Annual Rotary
lives. Sharing is voluntary and per person for all food and Club Chili Cook-off. First
confidential. Please Note: You non-alcoholic beverages. A place $500 savings bond,
must register to enroll in the cash bar will be available. Call compliments of Citizens Bank Profemional Grade
group. The group will meet Maureen or Vem Lloyd at 386- of Perry, Second place $200
from 6-7:30 p.m. on March 1, 752-4885 or Ed Pettie at 386- savings bond and Third place 04 MC Canyon Crew Cab 4x4 2003 Ford F-350 Ext. Cab 4x4 04 C Yukon S
8, 15 and 22 at Hospice of the 752-8520 for more info and $100 savings bond, as well as
Suwannee Valley, 618 SW FL reservations. the popular "People's Choice
Gateway Dr., Lake City, To March 21-23 Award." For more info on the
register or for more info, con- Suwannee District Schools. festival, call the Chamber of-On 30 MilesLoadedLeatherSunroof
tact Teresa James at Hospice of will administer Spring 2005 r fice and talk to Dawn Taylor, OffRoad Pkg., lery Low ties! "Won't Last Lon o" Save 4011 Off! Neow
the Suwannee Valley at 386- Assessments SAT 10 toll-free at 866-584-5366.
752-9191 or toll free 800-759- Suwannee District Schools Food vendors or arts and crafts '00 Chevy Crew Cab Dually 02 Ford F-250 4x4 02 GMC Sierra 1500
6357. will administer Spring 2005 vendors call the Chamber.
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Thurs., Feb. 17 8:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
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10 nicely wooded Acres, sq. lot on
high ground above 100 yr. flood
zone, approved, for MH or house.1%
Pwr. line @ front prop. line on road.
ANNOUNCEMENTS BUSINESS SERVICES Nice hunting area. mi from dntwn
Card of Thanks Jasper & 2 mi. from Hamilton Co.
Jail on Hwy. 51. Land located @
THANK YOU! FROM ALL THE Hwy. 51 & 32nd take a right to
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FREEDOM HOMES FAMILY. #9. Asking $3500.00 per acre. Call
Jim Strunk @(909) 376-8942.
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Mayo, FL 32066 1554 South Ohio Avenue
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lAFAYETTE COUNTY FABULOUS FIX-UPII .TAKE V AGE OF NOW CONSTRUCTED.
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SNICE BRICK HOME on 10 acres This large 4 n porch, back deck, 1 car garage, and located on 3
bedroom 3 bath home has a large kitchen, spacious city lots. $145,000. MLS#44105
Within the city limits of Mayo lies this .62 bedrooms, and all floors are tiled. Has a large family
acre wooded lot with city water and sewer, Beautiful 2 acre parcel county setting room and a 3 car garage. $215,000. MLS#44131
suitable for manufactured and site built nicely landscaped and Granddaddy oaks
homes. OWNER will FINANCE. MLS# too. Plenty of room for the kids to Safely
37252 $7,900 run and playll MLS# 39560 $35,000 This 3/2 DWMH home is very convenient
to the Gold Kist Plant. Is on a very nice 5
UNCOMMON FIND AR 2 HOME acre partly wooded lot. MLS# 41686
$72,500 BRAND NEW HOME... Spacious living area, 3
bedroom, 2 baths plus small "bonus" room, breakfast
Sbar, large covered front porch, and 2 car garage on .82
d road. $189,500. MLS#43657

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Many fruit tees and a grape vine. MLS# sh g All it needs is a new family! mobile home 2 bedrooms 1 bath$300 a 215,000. MLS#43658 ke
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2806 West US Highway 90
Suite 101, Lake City, FL 32055
Within theOnly $170,000. Call Carolyn Spilatore, Suite 101, Lake City, HYPERLINK
EXCELLENT INVESTMENT 362-6832.MLS#42487
OPPORTUNITY. 3/2 DW on city block in LOCATED ON A CUL-DE-SAC. In one http://wwwFloridaAcreage.com"
Mayo. Existing tenant is long term. Room of the finest subdivisions of Suwannee
for additional MH's on this city block. county Thi lot features huge granddaddy DANIEL CRAPPS 1-800 805-7566
$58,500. Call Dick Calvitt, 364-8497. oaks, paved Seads, beautiful scenery, peace agency, Inc.
MLS#43764. & quiet and just minutes from $town. This
ULTIMATE BACHELOR PAD. This won't last long. $29,500. Call Irvin Dees,
enjoyment. Very spacious master bedroom 2000 32 DWMH... With 5+ acres withE p s a sr ef
LOVELY TO LOOK AT but better to live in. 3/2 incredible w/ a built in sauna room, tile end of Suwannee County. Nice above available (0wner/Broker)
on an acre just outside the city limits. Only shower, & steam room including a ground pool buried half way with deck. (2) 84.50 (+/-) SUWANNEE COUNTY property has frontage on CR #49 and has scattered
minutes from everything. Just $185,000. Call therapeutic tub. Nice tile floors, high $85,000. Call Enola Golightly, 842-2470 or oak and pine trees. Great homesites $3,000 per acre (O0wner/Broker)
Carolyn Spilatore, 362-6832. MLS#43738 ceilings, FP in the living room, separate Ric Donovan, 590- 1 298. (3 65 ACRES SUWANNEE COUNTY property has frontage on CR #49 and has scattered
dining room from the kitchen. 3/2 w/ a split www.enolagolightly.com MLS#43193 oak end pine trees. Great home sitel $3,000 per acre (Owner/Broker)
.'floor plan. Open & airy screened in porch ACCENT EON VALUE! Beautiful two
a 2 car enclosed garage. Located on 4 story home in exclusive subdivision in (4) 155 (+1-) ACRES SUWANNEE COUNTY gently rolling land located next to Peacock
aacres in a wonderful neighborhood. Mayo. Home features 4 bedrooms, 2 1/2 Springs State Park. Ideal for home site or hunting! $2,995 per acre (Owner/Broker)
$295,000. Call Enola Golightly, 842-2470, baths, wrap around porch, and detached (5) 210 (/-) ACRES SUWANNEE COUNTY property is located on State Road #51 about 3
or Ric Donovan, 590-1298. four car garage. You will love the glass miles north of the Suwannee River. Great location for home site $3,500 per acre
www.enolagolightly.com MLS#42725 breakfast room. $235,000. Call Dick (Owner/Broker)
A REAL SLEEPER Don't wait to see Calvitt, 364-8497. MLS#43788. (6) 645 ACRES MADISON COUNTY gently rolling land with majestic hardwoods along the
this beauty. 4/2 MH w/ a guest house, large TWO STORY HOUSE, 3,000 sqft very meandering of a creek that runs through the property. Land is in 19 & 20 year old planted
front porch, detached garage, & a 2 acres, large rooms, separate dinning room, and
Only $122,500. Call Carolyn Spilatore, family room w/ wet bar. Nestled in nice pines and has paved road frontage. Ideal for hunting, other recreational uses or home site.
362-6832. MLS#43669 large oaks on 1+ acre. House needs TLC & $2,725 per acre
ACCENT ON CONVENIENCE... 3/1 1/2 brick, GREAT BUY 2/1 mobile home on pretty minor repairs. $169,000. Call Sylvia (7) 674 ACRES MADISON COUNTY this tract has some cut over land, about 195 acres of
wooded & fenced 4 acres nice trees, 2 Newell, 362-5575. MLS#43413 2001 planted sand pines and some beautiful hardwood hammocks surrounding the Sand Pond.
living, dining, and family rooms, 1 car carport, storage sheds, suitable for young couple or NICE HOME... Nice 3/2 mobile home Ideal for deer and turkey hunting. Property is a short drive from 1-10. $1,995 per acre
CHIAC all electric, city water & sewer, storage retirees. Only $53,000. Call Sylvia Newell, located on cul-de-sac. Close to school and (0wner/Brker)
buildings, cable TV, $93,500. Call Glenda McCall, 362-5575. MLS#43973 shopping. Quiet neighborhood with lots of
776-1639. MLS#43063 UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY Over 3 mature trees. $42,000. Call Patti Wolfe, For additional information, contact
acres with a 3/1 DWMH, CH/AC, front & 208-3030. MLS#40073 BAYNARD WARD, KATRINA BLALOCK or CHUCK DAVIS
back porches, & 10x18 stg. shed. 2/2 2005 3/2 DWMH... On I acre with large E-mail: HYPERLINK
SWMH, front screened porch, carport, & Oak trees, and a creek that borders back ofm
stg. bldg. And 3/1 SWMH, 12x24 addition, property line. Located in Jasper area.
stg. bldg. w/shed $105,000. Call Glenda Everything neat and tidy. $71,500. Call
McCall, 776-1639. MLS#42721 Enola Golightly, 842-2470 or Ric Donovan, g r t
NICE SECLUDED PROPERTY... 590-1298. www .enolagolightly.com
be a great homesite for those wanting 5 ACRES... On paved road close to t an
privacy. Approx 10 miles from the town of Dowling Park. Planted pines approx. 9 Corner of Hwy. 27 & Clyde Avenue, Mayo, Florida
Madison. $87,250. Call Patti Wolfe, 208- years old. DWMH's 5 years & newer H atr M. Neill Broker
3030. MLS#42905 allowed. Very minor deed restrictions. 5
NEW LISTING! 80 acres could be yours. 75 GORGEOUS 1999 4/2 DWMH... Very $32,000. Call Brett Deutsch, 647-6344. PHONE: (386) 294-2131 MOBILE: (386) 208-5394
acres in planted pines (40 in 15 yr/35 in 16 yr old) well maintained. Approx. 30'x76' in size. MLS#43055 Search the MLS at WWW.LIGHTHOUSEREALTY.US
Deep Hunter Green carpet throughout this CONVENIENT TO I-10 & I-75 This
approx 5 acres w/ oaks & pecan cleared around home. High ceilings, fireplace, living 73+ acres of pasture and woods with an
this CBS-wood siding 2/1 home. Approx 1418 rooms & family room, also has a separate additional 19 acres of natural woods on the
sq.ft. has hardwood floors, fireplace, office off dining room area. This lovely home sits on opposite side of the road, would make a N C 8 05
bdrm. $425,000. Call Anita Kent-Handy, 208- 3+ acres & is shadowed by a large Pecan great place to build a home and run a farm.,
tree. You can also sit on your front porch & Both pieces have paved road frontage.
5877. MLS#43811 see your very own fish pond. Just minutes $371,280. Call Kerri Africano, 623-2341.

2470 or Ric Donovan, 590-1298. Located on paved road, convenient location. LOVELY HISTORIC HOME IN TOWN -
www.enolagolightly.com MLS#43283 Great spot for that new home. $37,500. Call Well-kept, 1,737 sq. ft. 3/2 on .50 acre
adjoining the Fl Boys Ranch! '98 4/2 DW CONVENIENTLY LOCATED Just 3 inside city limits. Dining room, appliances, BEAUTIFUL 10-ACRE PARCEL Lots of
w/1960 sqft & a '00 3/2 SW w/ 1184 sqft! miles South of Live Oak on Hwy 129 is laundry room/pantry. Great front porch, granddaddy oaks. Located in a
Also includes a 12x40 workshop & 2 large where you'll find this 3 bedroom home, tidy fenced yard, shade & fruit trees, subdivision with boat ramp to the
carports. Beautiful land- pasture w/trees. Home bhas 1,368 sq.ft., front porch, Motivated seller, home warranty. $97,000. Suwannee River. $65,000. #44187.
SO MUCH TO OFFER... Charming, Homes are on opposite ends of the property workshop complete w/ wiring & concrete #43388.


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Quiet, peaceful area. $42,000. #44208 AC/heat unit. Nice view. $35,000. #43914
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Not just any mobile home.
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1,550 sq. ft. 3BR/2BA, metal
roof, vinyl siding, new central
heat and air unit, new 40 gal.
hot water heater and Kinetico
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Kitchen & breakfast area has
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Medicare pays for testing supplies. Pets forn2x2rnw Freea
TO BUY No finger Stickingt Almost Painless. call the associates of Lighthouse Realty at 386-294-2131.
River Property No Claim Formst FREE Shippingl FREE- Two house cats need one
in Lafayette or Wellness Life System. Call Nowl loving home. 1 yr. old female, 1&1/2
1-800-820-2012. No HMOs. yr. old male. Spayed, neutered, & Campers/Motor Homes Houses for Rent Mobile Homes
surrounding declawed. Call 386-330-5301. m
counties. No larger First Day First Day First Day
than 10 acres. Handsome, playful & loves to cuddle.
Please callGreen eyes & Russian blue-gray HERITAGE 2004: 5th Wheel, 40ft, FOR RENT Near Mayo. Lg. 2/2 home Custom built DWMH-2002 Fleetwood
Please call2 hair. All around fabulous CAT. slide out, 2 bdrm, 2 A/C's, fiberglass, with enclosed Florida porch. Fridge, 28'X76'. 5 BD/4BA in mint condition.
(850) 251-9174 Looking for stable & loving home. will deliver, $29,500. D/W, Stove. Newly remodeled. No All appliances, CH&A. Take over
EDUCATIONAL SERVICES Neutered & trained for indoor living. Call (Cell) 813-786-6896. pets. $650./mo. Deposit req'd. payments of $405.00 per month &
386-935-0064. Attached efficiency also available. move. Located in Jasper, FL. Call
Call 386-294-1236 Mon.-Sat., noon- 352-628-7303.
Pet Care 7p.m. only. DoubleWide, 2005, 2300 square
First Day feet, 4 bedroom, 2 bath, setup on lot,
PE RSONL S E ic First Day c2 miles from Walmart $645.00
PERSONAL SERVICES First Day Two bedroom/two bath home (extra month. Call Ken 386-365-5370
PETS Pet Paradise Dog Kennels $8.00 A H room could be 3rd bedroom.) brand IF YOU OWN LAND OR HAVE A
Health Care Day, including food/treats every dog REAL ESTATE FOR RENT new kitchen, large family room on 5 LARGE DOWN PAYMENT I MAY
LOST AN ANIMAL?. WANT TO has its own 24x12 run with a dog acres w/stocked pond. Includes OWNER FINANCE A
DIABETIC BREAKTHROUGH ADOPT? Call Suwannee County house. Grooming available. A nice Apartments satelitte dish w/HBO & Cinemax. MANUFACTURED HOME FOR
You can beat diabetes! Animal Control at 386-208-0072. M-F private wooded area. 386-658- $550.00 per mo. & 1st, last & sec. YOUI CALL STEVE 386-365-8549.
Call (386) 935-0678 from 9 a.m.- 5 p.m. 3129. PUBLISHER'S NOTICE dep. Call 386-776-2227. LAND AND HOME PACKAGES
All real estate advertising in this Mobile Homes for rent CLOSE TO LAKE CITY.. ITS WHAT
newspaper is subject to the Fair WE DO BEST! PAVED ST, CITY
Housing Act which makes it illegal to Four Bedroom, IBath home in WATER AND SEWER. YOU PICK
A A advertise "any preference, limitation Jasper, FL. Nice area. $500.00 THE HOME, WE DO THE REST
SR i Ue a RE or discrimination based on race, deposit, $550.00 per month. Call AND FREEDOM HOMES MAY
color, religion, sex, disability, familial 386-867-1833. OWNER FINANCE! 386-752-5355
Brick Ranch Styl e etc and 1M0 Acres status or national origin, or an First Day NO MONEY DOWN! New 2005
TArs: 4.5 miles East ofMayo on H y #7 intention, to make any such doublewide. On your land. $334. per
Ap o 4 les PEmasi uM on alwy #preference, limitation and One bedroom mobile home. No pets month. Call Lee 386-365-8988,
i a o (Lafa ette Co.) FL discrimination:' Familial status allowed. $200.00 per month w/ One of a kind Manufactured Log
includes children under the age of 18 $100.00 deposit. Located approx. 10 home 4 bedroom. Perfect for a
r M living with parents or legal mi. outside Live Oak, FL. Call 386- country setting. Call Jim 386-303-
custodians, pregnant women and 776-2600. 1557.
Property #1: Approx. 5.13 acre lot waved road MERCHANDISE people securing custody of children Vacation Rentals Remodeled manufactured home on
Property #2: Approx. 2296 Sq Ft Brick home on under 18. land. Call Ron 386-397-4960.
This newspaper will not knowingly
4.87+ acres 5BR/2B *Formal LR & DR Kitchen Miscellaneous accept any advertising for real estate TRIPLEWIDE ON 1.8 ACRES LAND
which is in violation of the law. Our MUST SELL! 386-397-4930.
Family Room Laundry Room,* Canning or BEDS, Queen Orthopedic Pillow Top, readers are hereby informed that all We love CASH! We will give-youthe
storage room. *Pavedroadfrontage mattress -box. -Name brand, -with very best price for a finew or used
s warranty, new in plastic. $140.00. manufactured home! 386-752-5355
Property #1 & #2 will be offered individually and in combination Also new King size Pillow Top
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L 7Avon Collectibles Antique Linens mattress set, $200. Can deliver. Call North Carolina. Easy access, great Commercial
Plus Disney Collectibles Chenille Bedspreads 229-630-7013 OPPORTUNITY view, 10 min to Maggie Valley, 30 in First Da
Contents' Vintage Toys '50sClrometablew/leaf dwellings advertised: in this to Cherokee, 2 min to Parkway,
Contend Sofa/Love Seat Misc Lamps A T' newspaper are available on an equal Mountain Stream with picnic area, FOR LEASE Commercial Property
aini n Misc Furniture Misc Books"' opportunity basis. To complain of Fireplace, Sleeps 10. All Amenities- 2 Buildings on big lot. US 90 East,
et of '47 "Spring Blossom" Framed Pictures/drawings discrimination call HUD toll-free 1- $500/wk, $1600/mo. (386) 330-4207 Lake City, FL. $1,000.00 per month.
Set of'47 "Spring Blossom" FramedPictures/drawgs 800-669-9777. The toll-free number Lucy Call 386-752-0013.
Misc Dishes, Bowls, Vases, etc Much, MuchMorel RECREATION for the hearing impaired is 1-800- First Day Lots
Terms: Real Estate 20% down day of auction, balance in 30 days. 927-9275
Personal Property Cash or good check day of auction. SMOKY MOUNTAIN CABIN FIVE, TEN AND TWENTY ACRE
10% Buyers Premium on all purchases. Two BD/One Bath. Trout stream, near LOTS with well & septic. Owner
Inspection Open House Sunday, Feb. 6 from 2-4 pm or call for appointment Cherokee, NC & DollyWood, financing. Call 386-752-4339.
pe MO le unf .omn o re Cll Brhiet FOR RENT-I Gatlinburg & Maggie Valley. $325.00 www.deasbullardbkl.com
For More Information or Free Color Brochure 1 386-752-0013.
1-800-448-2074 3BR, Singlewide M obile Hom es per week. Cal 386-752-0013.
email: inargieburton@burtonrealtyandauction.com aCommercial Acreage
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Quitman, GA Stephen F. Burton
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FOR RENT SOON.
First nth's a ced At 90 on CR 137, by B&B Food, F.SB 158 +/- acres 5 ft on
pWellborn. Can be Barber & Beauty ft.ron Suwannee C.Rd r. FL. 700s t
Ktcerent plrus ded Shop, Office, Sales, Florist & Plant ft. on paved Co. Rd. Easy access to
deosi. S e J byb owner. Nursery, Crafts, Gifts, Radio TV US 27 & 1-10. Mixed hardwoods,
5) ()to move in. Rental Repair, Insurance Thrft Shop. quiet, serene, beautiful. Never before
529 S. Ohio Ave., Live Oak FL Call 386-364-1319. listed. Won't last long at $925,000.
Bus. 386-362-1389 Fax: (386) 362-6131 Water, sewer & Ask for lCa195l925-513-7893 or 850-212-7843.
S.C. Sullivan (386) 362-1389, Evening 362-2990 bedooy Oldscsoss.
Realtor Assoc. M. Elizabeth Elliott, Evening 842-2372 garbage included. L---
(1) Lee, FL: 7.3 Acres on Hwy. 51 access, recent No pets. 38FOR3 A2272L R LAE BY O s, wNER
bedroom CH/AC home (8) Near Walmart, 70th St., 386-330-2567 Homes for Sale 1040AC. on 35th just off 137,
1,750 sq. ft. under roof 3 bedroom, 2 bath CH&AC Country Home 2001 3BD/2BA in 2) 5 AC. on 193rd just offf 90W
together with a C.B.S. 1999 Doublewide mobile FOR RENT FOR RENT- Live Oak, FL. Open plan overlooking $30,000. (Well, Septic & Pwr. Pole).
Commercial Building home, kitchen furnished, 4" FO3+ quiet acres. Sep. gar. w/ apt. over. 3) 2 AC. two miles off 90 in Eastern
containing approximately well, double car canopy, 3BR, 2BA DWMH, 2 BR, tsinglewide Froo oBaco Ca he.A64-sng Madion Cuo. $12 4)1/5,0AC.
12,500 with 11,500 sq. ft. of 34x20 storage etc. Good Buy h sn g $ B Cl 3 8 N u e C
packing. $250,000. @ $69,900. CENTRAL H/A. mobile home FOR SALE 3BD/1&1I/2BA home, Mobile Homes or Houses.
(2) 75 acres on paved road (9) Camping Lot: One acre FIRST MONTH'S brckleno v nd nti r30oen iad (I
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oaks, fenced and cross Springs area, river access. RENT PLUS 386-963-3445or38,6-365-1130.0 C
fenced, two wells, 1/4 mile on $5,995. First months
paved Rd. 1/4 mile on county (10) Harrell Heights: New DEPOSIT TO First Day WITH FINANCING
grade, good area. $3,995 per three bedroom, two bath MOVE IN. rent plus deposi FirstDFR SALBYO
acre. central heat and air OPEN HOUSE 1) 4 AC. on 35th just off 137,
(3) 177th Drive: 3 Bedroom, conditional home containing WATER, SEWER to move in. 300 Helvenston St. Live Oak. $30,000.
2 bath central heat and air. 1104 sq. ft. ofliving area. & Sat. February 19, 10 am3pm 2) 5 AC. on 193rd just oft 90W

Kitchen furnished 225'137 (11) Perry Fla: Nice two MaryrLoesch Northern Suwannee Co. $5,000.
lot. $72,000. bedroom, CH/CA, brick NO PETS No pets MCentury-21 Jackie Taylor & Assoc. Mobile Homes or Houses.
(4) (5) Off CR 51 S.W.: 20 home with garage, good area. p8-3 n J e &M(386) 935-2301
acres wooded with large oaks, $51,900. 3863302567 386-330-2567
and a 3BR/2BA, CH/CA (12) Perry Fla: 3 bedroom,
DWMH in excellent central heat and air,
condition, contact office. 218x170' lot, nice trees, A o a
2000 sq. ft. under roof, numerous updates, new H olmes Hadford
(5) 161 /St Rd.: 10 acres with 100% financing. $61,900. with Marie Lee Realty Marie Lee Broker You can Reach
a four bedroom, three bath, (13) US 90 West & 1-10: 32 '386) 364-2828 Over 4 Million
CH/CA, brick home Acres, zoned C.H.I., corner L www.askrealtorjoan.com MilByer
containing approximately tract, will divide. Potential Buyers
2,500 sq. .ft. under roof, (14) Houston & Sixth St.: for your product
kitchen furnished, 3 car Three bedroom, one bath
garage. REDUCED to frame home with a 100x160 through our Internet
$215,000. lot and 75'x120' lot, good and
(6) Off CR 249: 3 Bedroom, buy@ $39,500. Newspaper
1 1/2 bath, CH/AC, home (15) Old Sugar Mill Farm: Network in Florida
contains approximately 1,180 Nice one acre tract on paved ..and throughout
sq. ft.. 1. 1/2 acres of land road with a 2001 CH&AC t
(paved road) $55,000. Would DW mobile home, kitchen the Nation.
rk Hfou ...act: 13 acres unishled. 12x20 sto rage Nice moderately priced home in Jasper. 4 VERY LARGE LOT IN JENNINGS. Partially Call Louise at
+, wooded, Steinhatchee $67,500. bed. 1 bath. Edge of town. Conveniently cleared. Really nice. You must see this one! 386-362-1734
Springs area, river access, and eor. located. $51,000. MLS# 43135 $10,000. MLS#43565. 14418 RSoF 134698DH-F
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APAC SOUTHEAST, INC. College activities. Teaching may be Send resume & application, copies BTmg speed of 40
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asphalt paving crew, responsible 1000 Turner Davis Drive, www.nfcc.edu 32064
for driving the water truck, flat bed Madison, Florida 32340. Questions? call 850-973-1614 Control Room Operator-Cement Self-mqtivation.
or distributor truck. Hazmat and EOE First Day manufacturer seeks career driven, Acceptance of multiple
tanker endorsements required. Only complete application packets results oriented, motivated team deadlines. Ability to
considered: letter of interest; LIVE OAK LAB CERTIFIED NURSING player. Heavy industrial experience complete tasks in' a
Also seeking: resume and application; copy of AGRICULTURAL ASSISTANTS preferred, degree preferred, direct limited time frame.
Screed operators, paver transcripts (unofficial okay). TECHNICIAN I For 180-Bed Skilled control room operation experience in
operators, roller operators and Application available at: LOCAL Nursing Facility cement manufacturing a plus. Pride, dedication and
asphalt rakers/lutemen. www.nfcc.edu ADVERTISEMENT All Shifts FT & PT Individual will be responsible for the 10 g en .o
Individuals with at least 1 year Questions call 850-973-9487 Suwannee Health Care Center control and operation of a one million 1009o given to every job.
experience preferred. Application packet must be Agricultural Technician I- OPS 1620 Helvenston Street, SE* ton a year cement plant. This position
received by 03/04/2005. EOE Florida Department of Agriculture Live Oak, FL 32064 reports to the Production
For consideration apply and Consumer Services, Division of PH# 386/362-7860 Supervisor/Production Manager and
in person or contact: First Day Animal industry, Live Oak Animal EOE/D//M/F requires a 24/7/365 rotating shift 4 rt
Apac disease Diagnostic Laboratory operating environment. Competitiverr
2512 NE 1st Blvd. Unit 300 FT DIETARY TECHNICIAN invites applications for this full-time CLASS A CDL DRIVERS compensation and benefits package If you fit our mold, come by
Gainesville, FL 32609 Now Hiring position. Main duties will include needed, two (2) years experience included. and fill out an application or
Telephone for appointment: For 180-Bed LTC facility assisting and supporting various required Drug Free Work Place. e-mail resume to
(352) 378-6171 Experience preferred, animal disease testing procedures, Call (386) 294-3411. Please forward resumes to: mra.reWan@aflnewscom
Salary based on training conducting routine maintenance on a Human Resources Department 211 toward St. East
& experience, variety of equipment and machinery, P.O. Box 410 Live Oak, FL 32064
Our success depends on our Contact Bette Forshaw NHA and performing light construction and CLERICAL Branford, FL 32008 P.O. Box 370
people that span cultures, the @ 386/362-7860 or apply at maintenance of facilities and LAKE CITY & Live Oak, FL 32064
country and decades. Equal Suwannee Health Care Center buildings. Salary range is $9.00- SURROUNDING AREAS EQUAL OPPORTUNITY We Are A Drug Free Workplace
opportunity Employer who 1620 E. Helvenston Street $9.50 an hour. Normal duty hours MANY POSITIONS AVAILABLE EMPLOYER ___
encourages women and ethnic Live Oak, FL 32064 are 8:00 AM-5:00 PM, Monday CALL FOR APPT & DRUG FREE WORKPLACE
minorities to apply. Drug Free EOE/D/V/M/F through Friday. Minimum 386-755-1991 First Day
Workplace. qualifications: a high school diploma WAL-STAF PERSONNEL CUSTOMER SERVICE REP.
or its equivalent-experience in DRUGSCREENS/BACKGRD REQ. Career opportunity in .Driver
farm help farming or livestock operations can a sales/service environment FUEL TANK DRIVER NEEDED
Food Service HELP WANTED substitute on a year-for-year basis for available for qualified individual Sunday-Thursday PM shift (6p to
KOUNTRY KITCHENS Knowledge of tractor and equipment the required high school education. Clerical/Receptionist with a strong work ethic and 6a). Off Friday & Saturday.
Now hiring, all positions open. is a must. Call 386-330-2567 to Facilities maintenance experience Position Open dedication to the job Must have Class A CDL, Tanker,
Call 850-971-0024. enquire. Drug Free Work Place. preferred. Deadline is Friday, Full time employment, with benefits Min. 3 years Customer Service Hazmat clean MVR, 2 years tanker
February 18, 2005, for submitting a working for a Christian exin fastaced experience. Truck based in Columbia
completed State of Florida organization. Opportunity for a working environment. & Suwannee Counties. Full Health
Employment Application to Live Oak lifetime career with room for Must enjoy worInsurance, 401K, Uniforms, Paid
Animal Disease Diagnostic growth. Necessary skills required in with people. Vacation, Late Model Equipment.
Laboratory (P.O. Drawer 0/912 the area of reception, front desk Computer/Data Entry Apply in person Mon-Fri between
Nobles Ferry Road, Live Oak, FL operation and general assistance skills required as well as 3pm & 6pm @:
S 32064). contact person: Dr. James with competency in office systems Windows proficiency Johnson & Johnson, Inc.
1 Maxwell, 386-362-1216. and related software. Minimum1607 US 90 East
Accepting Applications AN EEO/AA EMPLOYER Madison, Florida 32340
Good, bad and no credit. Deadline: No phone calls, please. CONTACT person: Ronnie Blanton
Call for 1st & 2nd mortgages. First Day Deadline: February 19, 2005 CONTACT person: Ronnie Banton
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WE BUY MORTGAGES. ASE-Certified Automotive Technician CAMP WEED & the CERVENY w
(-R0O) 226-6044 needed for repair shop in Live Oak, CONFERENCE CENTER First Day First Day
lV .622 NW 43rd St. Suite- A I FL. Pay according to experience. 11057 Camp Weed Place
ink jd Mi. Lender LAKEWOOD Please call (386) 867-0297. Live Oak, FL 32060 DAIRY QUEEN INSTALLER, familiar with layout
LAKEWOUD .OF LIVE OAK work, basic welding & power tools.
APARTMENTS IN r Pleasant Work Atmosphere Mechanical experience helpful. Must
APRNYS I N First Day CNA Competitive Pay be able to travel. Dependability a
SLIVE OAK K NTRPISE Advent Christian Village Flexible Hours must CDL license a plus. For more
SQuiet nt living 2 Ridl trck 658-JOBS (5627) Day Shifts Available information, call 386-364-9796.
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TDD/TTY/711 First Day working environment. Competitive Avg. $777- $1011/wk 7901 or fax resume to: 386-362-
EquaHousingOpportuniy Tele hone First Day salary. Competitive benefits for FT HOME EVERY NIGHT & 2198.
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e Man $150.00 plus possible per shift. life, disability, savings, AFLAC CDL-A required LEGAL SECRETARY --
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TV Cablhone installationring maintenance man checks required. Apply in person at First Day skills required. Please mail your
HCue lel ment & phone wiring, HELP WANTED maintenance man ACV Personnel Department Mon. resume to 106 White Ave., Suite C,
< __ O,,I> jacks and repairs with knowledge of plumbing, electric thru Fri, 9:00a.m. until 4:00p.m., Driver Live Oak, FL 32064 or FAX to (386)
705 NW Drive, Live Oak, FL Or Other small jobs. and carpentry. Tools required. Carter Village Hall, 10680 CR 136, CDL Licensed driver wanted. Must 362-6194. N telephone inquiries
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TDD/TTY 711 i ? workplace. (386) 658-5160; or visit drug & alcohol test. For more info.
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library system requires strong Augustine areas:
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i -' " aActively seeking qualified experience with computer software for fueling equipment and
Managers and knowledge of the Internet is performing routine PM on various
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S, 2005 be faxed to (386) 755-2296 or clerical functions, a variety of A valid CDL license with hazmat
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e .SUWANNEE AMERICAN annual and sick leave benefits are on our asphalt paving crew.
CEMENT included. Applicants are encouraged Responsibilities include working as
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2005 LINCOLN TOWN CAR information with their applications, distribUtor truck
Labor -Cement manufacturerApplications are available at the
A. seeks career driven, results oriented, Suwannee County Administrative Experienced screed operators,
motivated team players to join fast Services Department, 224 Pine rolleroperatorsneeded.
F- *-c .RDC rB n paced manufacturing operation. Two Avenue, Live Oak, FL 32064operators needed.
years heavy industrial experience 386/362-6869. Position will remain Forconsiderationapply
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CONQ EST PROG. Successful candidate must have the subject to drug testing prior to Apac, Human Resources Dept.
ability to work in a team environment, employment. 11482 Columbia Park Dr. W. #3
I.. interpersonal skills and high energy EEO/AAN/V/D Jacksonville, FL 32258-472
for an industrial manufacturing
Environment. Ability to work any shift First Day Tel: (904) 288-6300
i..... .. .t.. and overtime required. Growth LPN/RN Our success depends on our
potential. Total compensation Seeking individual for team people that span cultures, the

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SCenter, 512 W. Main St., Mayo, FL resumes to 386-362-6403.
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AVAILABLE First Day 2481 W. US 90, Madison, Fl
.i., FOR MORE INFO CALL: 850-973-4880
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2005 LINCOLN AVIATOR manufacturer located in Lake Park, Occupational Therapist/
Georgia, is seeking a high energy COTAIPT/PTAISLP
NAperson to help manage the daily Immediate opportunities exist with
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--,, 658-JOBS for operation facility. Duties include Excellent salary, benefits package,
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PT PTA to assist with physical & lead people, employee new graduates. Great multi-
S .. therapy/physical rehabilitation and development, maintaining a clean & disciplinary re-hab team. Contact
related activities. FL PTA license o safe plant environment, and following Jay Healy @ 1-888-974-7878 ext.
Required. Prior experience & implementing management 5055 or fax resume in confidence
preferred. EOE; Drug Free objectives. Successful candidates to 727-726-1825 for immediate
Workplace, Criminall background should have a 4 yr degree, consideration.
Verification required. Apply in manufacturing exp is a plus.
person at ACV Personnel $40,000+ benefits. Send resume to First Day
Department Mon. thru Fri, 9:00a.m. P.O. Box 1326 Coats, NC 27521 t D
until 4:00p.m., Carter Village Hall,
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SHwy. 252 31st Road (386) 963-2282
Taylorville. FL 32094 13%41 -, i .'i i .F va
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ABBEY MINI STORAGE Metal Roofing LIVE OAK
I S $ S S $$$SAVE S $$I $VTr n1
All New Units Qual, MeAeal lRooi ng 4ccesories At Discount Prices! M INI S O II1 II
5X15 5X20 10X15 10X20 15X20 3 egaune Cu to our desired lengths! 5x15 5x20 10x15 10x20
Units located at 607 Goldkist Blvd. tdlde aV *ted Dierx uliric labin e CLIMIATE CONTROLLED STORAGE
Rental Office: 121 Van Buren St., Live Oak 5x5 5x10 10x10 10x20
"13314 53 tlnits located on Gold Kist Road
SGulf Coast Supply & Mfg. Inc. nits located on Gold Kist Road
364 0 CALL TOLL FREE 1-888-393-0335 Rental Office: 121 %an Buren St., Lihe Oak 364-6626


Trees, Trimmed or Removed Fire\\ood DUNCAN TIRE & AUTO DREAM DESIGN
Licensed & Insutred Free Estimlates C "Complete One Stop Service For Your Vehicle" INCORPORATED
Alignment Specialists Residential Nlake-overs Free Estimates
TREE WO K ~n I I tIIE Licensed and Insured
Bucket TruLk ,d Climhin |24 HOUR TOWINGm I Cabinets, Ceramic
62-4743 1-888-362-2568 For many of .our home Tile. Counler Tops,
0 C 422 E. HOWARD ST. LIVE OAK PLAZA repairs and needs call Floor Coering,
John & Trish Adams Painting. Decks,
9 6|2 6 3 |LEN A. DUNCAN (3861 362-7916 Screened Enclosures.



JT's Transmissions Taylor Painting. Iocckkeepine
James Tullis, Ow ner Residential & .. b aren
I2, ,IIi N C R 2511 Commercial 6
\\ellborn. Florida 32110.l kbook,,.alIiel.net KA.\.SIEGEL A(OUNANr T
T.A KING CARE OF .4LL )OR Complete Home Repairs A DnlMONOF k.RUU)DNTERPRSES, INC.
TR.4VNSI\lSSION ,EEDS" Locall O\\ned & Operated |(.1M I'LE u[nCo)aiE m:i'EN& ~ioCoil iNG SERViCESs
Wl LL & MEDil.M 1I.SINESSES
Phone: 386-963-3616 Call For Free Estimates MONTILY REPORTING
S- -T i 77STATE & FEDERAL SALES & PAYROLL RETURNS
Sell: 3,6-69-74-94, J f Ta o rylo 386-776-1060 STATE g FEDERAL BUSINESS RELATED INCOME TAX RETURNS



Ceramic J.D, KASTOR INC. fe Pe mu HOWARD & SONS
____ ___Kl it oiNC _i_ Oa~ SEPTIC TANK SERVICE, INC.
Tile w o rk Pool & Pat in Dck Licut nd Cuntracor Roofs Mobile Homes Aerobic Systems
and Brick Pavers .Sp *.ir a'iat.'Rii rR'A *eHiglirl Expcrinltc Brick Homes Stucco Homes Pump Out Service
^^ Frtit ^^^^lu ^^^-* Pre Cast Septic Tanks
Painting & .Stuco Free Erinmat Decks Driveways Pre Cast Septic Tanks
.; Call Al Ii-i Ds Drain Fields Relaid
S*Inc ri38 6 -3 r .la,,, i,/.,.o,, re i.ta "Portable Rest Room"
(386) 386-362-3107 /-" L 'i/, 1, No job Tobo Big... No Job Too Small (386) 935-1518
L,,t IO t, FL' 2.,., 061) Branford, FL 32008 Cell (386) 208-5205
697681 386-330-4717 t i..,,,, .... 386-776-2067 P.O. Box 180 Fax (386) 935-6829


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i -[ ~ Custom insured Curbing Gutters Monolithic Slabs -v ,,
Slaughter, Cullin ie l ra I I L, -n .. '.- ,'.. .t. Pressure Patios Driveways & Sidewalks
Wrapping .hmun IIi.r Office (386) 364-5045 Site Licensed & Insured
Plant .&Sausage Il, Mobile (386) 362-9178 Clean Rt.2 Box 166 (386)938-115 Ji6 Sellers 386-776-252
I-3lS-9,:.S-1)91 I-:1li-!:I-111 I Michael Guenther, ,:....., Up Jennings, FL 32053 f 386-776-252


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Complete Tree Service Construction Co., LLC. e ri LANDCLEARING LLC
Licensed & Insured '* Residential & Commercial O'n er,- JAona ,y A in
Construction Own er, Jo nny Adkins
Specallzng In alyour Of North Florida Free Est inmates
.: r. ;-'" (New,Re-roofing, L.censed Lcense"ER13013087 Free
21653 '\'" Sheklnah Place "_ (eR-on Lp -n'
21653\V.ShekmahPlace, Shingles & Metal Roofs) nir urpd ERslm.Pler s 2 Phone:
O'Brien, FL 32071 I Screen Enclosures RICHARD H. SAPP- Owner 386-294-3837 /
Phone 386-935-1993 .' .." 792.4061 938.5588 .,,, L S2ureel Bus phone t 362( F- i 1 ,58
Far 386-935-3321 7 4 938 8 L,.e -L32060 r.10t-,le 6i059, 0 656' Cell 7
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362-1734 CLASSIFIED MARKETPLACE 1-800-525-4182

First Day First Day First Day .. .... ... ... .. ..
Receptionist needed for a busy WANTEDIII
dealership. Experience a plus but ASSISTANT
not necessary. Training is available. EXPERIENCED WITH
Good customer service and TILE AND MARBLE, ,.
communication skills a must. Great MUST BE ABLE TO LIFT _
work environment and benefit UP TO 70 LBS.
package, health, dental and a NON-SMOKER
401k. E.O.E. PLEASE CALL FOR APPT.
PLEASE NO PHONE CALLS. WAL-STAF PERSONNEL
Fax resume to (386) 362-3541 SECRETARY 386-755-1991 .. .. 1
Attn: Jennifer Henkels, or mail to: DRUGSCREEN & BACKGRD REQ.
WALT'S LIVE OAK FORD. The Florida Sheriffs Boys Ranch is STOCKING/INVENTORY A U T A D
P.O. BOX N seeking to fill a Secretary 1 STOCKING/INVENTORY UTO M O TIVE
LIVE OAK, FL 32064 position in the Boys Ranch on- POSITIONS AVAILABLE ,
campus school. High school CALL FOR APPT. INCLUDE THE FEATURES
First Day diploma with a minimum of 2 years (386) 755-1991 ,.,,. l T E FEAUa
experience in a responsible WAL-STAF PERSONNEL DESCRIBE THE VEHICLE The extras that your car has
SALES POSITION clerical/secretarial/or vocational DRUGSCREEN/BACKGROUND A prospective buyer will want may be its strongest selling
MUST HAVE STRONG SALES training is required Basic REQ to know the basics about the point.Include features like
EXPERIENCE knowledge of PC's and/or windows vehicle including make, year, power equipment, custom
PLEASE CALL FOR APPT. based software required i l l make, yearinteriorsairconditioning.
,n-rSTdPERSONNELstylemoter,t .....
WAL-STAF PERSONNEL Preference will be given todl, on stye, motor Ierrs condition
386-755-1991 applicants with school office transmission
DRUGSCREEN & BACKGRD REQ. experience and knowledge.
Competitive salary with excellent
ST. AUGUSTINE benefits. Submit resume by close TRANSPORTATION MAKE IT EASY
ST. AUGUSTINE of business on February 25th. For TO ANSWER
YOUTH SERVICES more information contact Linda Autos for Sale Give your phone MERCURY COUGAR. 91, X 7
is seeking Houseparent Couples Mather at 386/842-5555. FAX number and 2 door auomac transmion MILEAGE
for therapeutic group home for 386/842-1029 35 MPG and a Dell CPU 2if Power door locks, trunk release,
emotionally handicapped boys. F/T, EOE/DFWP Buy a 2005 Ford Focus Hatch, llLr gas release, AM.FM. tape deck. V e1i uasl $,
live-in position, Thurs-Mon. Good Sedan or Wagon and get up to reached. air. sunroof and much m mileage is one of the
pay, great benefits. Also, P/T $2,500. rebate & a free Dell Go condition, 65, iiles key points of interest.
maintenance position, 15-20 hrs. Computer System. Call 386-623- $ 55 te m It is an important
weekly, and P/T overnight awake 1946. 55 aerpm. element of your ad
staff needed. Fax resume to (904)_____ element of your ad.
825-0604, call (904) 829-1770, or NEED TO SIT SEVEN-Brand New
apply at 50 Saragossa Street, St. First Day 2004 Mercury Monterray. All leather,
Augustine, Florida. EOE/DFWP. TEN OWNERSOPERATORS Md all pwr, pwr rear doors w/keyless
First D Cert. CDL/A. Good MVR, 2 years remote. $12,000.00 off sticker price! GIVE CONDITION
experience. Tampa to Charlotte area. Only 3 left! Call today 386-623-1946. This will work to your benefit if the PRICE
Service Representative, full-time, Good Pay Rate plus Fuel surcharge. TAKE OVER PAYMENTS of $45000 car is in good condition. If it's not, This is iMportfnt.:. -
for growing insurance agency. Florida 800-585-4400 or 912-379-9134 per month on a 2004 Chevy Max. don'exaggerate. A prospect will The prospective buyer
life and health license required, or DVD, leather, sunroof, skid control, respond more favorable if not misled, wants to know your asking
willingness to become licensed. First Day XM satellite radio, 38 MPG. Call 386- price and any special
Salary based on experience with 362-1734 ext. 107. terms that you're willing to
benefits available. Send resume to: Supervisor/Trainers make. Dont leave these
Box 91007 Positions require experience in TIME FOR 2004s TO GO! Lowest .
P.O. 370 janitorial maintenance and the ability prices of the year on leftover 04s: 1
Live Oak, FL 32064 to work a very flexible schedule and Lincoln Navigator, 1 Lincoln Aviator, -
have dependable transportation. 1 Ford Expedition, 1 Lincoln LS &l W E RET A1
TRUCK DRIVERS NEEDED (CDL) Duties: On site working supervision, Ford T-Bird. All cars loaded and W A E HERE TO HELP Y W RITE A
Must be Drug Free, Dependable & hands on training and public THOUSANDS off MSRP. Call today CLASSIFIED AD THAT
have 3 years Exp. Hauling Pine interaction. High school diploma 386-623-1946 "
Straw & Misc. Freight. Call (386) 935- required. ________. .. .
2773 or Fax Resume (386) 935-6838 Trucks for Sale :J : [ I | I
(FL) Trucks for Sale
Attendants for local highway Jss"_" 1- -
rest areas FOR SALE 1998 GMC Jimmy. Re- J
To place your Training will be provided. Must be built engine w/less than 10,000 I I J -
willing to work a flexible schedule, miles, new tie rods. See @ 13366 _J .i
a d in the have dependable transportation, Hwy 136W. Call 386-362-3357. -,
a i t home phone and capable of A"W.._______,-______ __-_
performing the required duties as FULL SIZE 2005 FOR $15,995.00.
Classified directed by supervision. Duties: New Body Style Ford F150. V6
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(ability to lift 35 Ibs). Persons with colors to choose from. Call today
Marketplace, disabilities are encouraged to apply. 386-623-1946. SELL IT IN THE CLASSISIFEDS!
ADA/EODrug free workplace. torcycles As low as $18.95 per month.
call Louise at Apply at: OOCyCeS______
call Lo e at COMPREHENSIVE COMMUNITY
SERVICES, INC. FOR SALE Brand new dirt bikes, 1
386 362 734506 S. Ohio Ave. still in crates. 50, 90, & 125 cc. 1
386 3 Live Oak, FL32064 $750.00 to $1,599.00. Different
or call Gina at: colors to choose from. Also, used
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