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Title: The Mayo free press
Uniform Title: Mayo free press (Mayo, Fla. 1958)
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Table of Contents
    Section A: Main
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    Section A: Main
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        Page 10
    Section B
        Unnumbered ( 11 )
    Section C: North Florida Focus
        Page 1
        Page 2
        Page 3
        Page 4
        Page 5
    Section C: North Florida Focus: Good News
        Page 6
        Page 7
        Page 8
    Section C: North Florida Focus Continued
        Page 9
        Page 10
    Section D: North Florida Focus: Classified Marketplace
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Palomino chosen teacher of the year Salvage
nity" options for
Delores L. Walker Palomino began her ca- timber
Free Press Reporter reer as an elementary
teacher but soon went on
The 2004-05 "Teacher of to teach high school Span- losses due
the Year" for the Lafayette ish. Along the way she
School District is l also taught other classes to 2004
Lafayette High School s t such as chorus, drama,
Spanish teacher Cathy middle school health, hurricanes
Palomino. In February English skills, and ESOL.
Palomino was honored Palomino said this semes- In Florida, even prior
with congratulations, a ter she is teaching a drama to Hurricane Ivan, tim-
balloon and flowers by class at LHS that will be ber on 1.6 million acres
Lafayette High School presenting the school ver- worth estimated $150
Principal Derek Hembree sion of "Grease" on May 7 million was altered,
and Lafayette District in the LHS cafeteria. damaged or destroyed
School Superintendent Superintendent Ward by hurricanes Charley
Fred Ward. said Palomino is a very and Frances. Timber
Palomino said she is energetic teacher who damages from Ivan, the
proud to be a teacher and teaches with a lot of en- last hurricane to hit
feels it is an amazing pro- thusiasm, always willing Florida in as many
session. She believes as ed- to do whatever it takes to weeks are not known
ucators, teachers have in- Cathy Palomino is named district 'Teacher of the Year" in February and receives a bal- help students. yet. What is known is
credible power at their fin- loon and flowers from LHS Principal Derek Hembree and Superintendent Fred Ward Palomino credits the suc- that many forest
gertips: the power to build cess of teaching a foreign landowners throughout
up or to tear down, the -She said, "we are able to amazing discovery, every student in someone's language to a method that our state are faced with
power to encourage or literally shape the future. doctor who saves lives, classroom. We are shap- encourages story telling difficult decisions on
criticize, and the power to Every world leader, every and every parent who ing the leaders of our
inspire or destroy. scientist who makes an raises children began as a country and our commu- SEE PALOMINO, PAGE 7A SEE SALVAGE, PAGE 7A

Mayo Rotary announces
Fillyaw is school related Mayo Rotary announces
employee of the year .upcoming Wild Beast Feast!
Mayo Rotary Club be-
~..:..,. 'iddle. F. Bt cm n gan its new year this past
July. The year started
.D a with board meetings to
,, Z ; map out a game plan for
the coming months. Ro-
tarians are a generous
bunch, quick to open their
hearts give of their means
for needs in the communi-
ty, but one of President
Ricky Lyons' main goals
for the year was to in- (L-R) Committee members: Jana Hart, Heather Neill, Car-
son McCall, Lindsey Jackson, Tim Walker (not pictured
crease the Club's activi-
ties. He wanted to see Ro- Steve Land, John Hewett, Ricky Lyons).
tary become more active Photo Delores L. Walker
in getting out and doing hamburgers, catfish, corn evening. John Hewett is
things, and more involved on the cob, hush puppies, in charge of rounding up
in bringing the communi- cowboy beans and green door prizes, and Jason
ty together. beans. Dinner will be en- Land, on behalf of local
A happy smile lights the face of Brenda Fillyaw as she receives a balloon and flow- Ricky wasted no time in joyed to the music of a live dairymen, will be provid-
ers from LHS Principal Derek Hembree (L) and SuperintendentFred Ward. getting the ball rolling, Gospel band. All pro- ing all the milk Chugs we
and laid out a plan to host ceeds will go toward local can drink.
Every year Lafayette School District honors one person as the School Related an area-wide First Annual youth scholarships and Local businesses are also
employee of the year. This year's recipient is custodian Brenda Fillyaw, who was Wild Beast Feast. The needs. pitching in to making the
surprised last month with a balloon and flowers by School District Superinten- Feast will be held at Like a lot of projects, evening a great success.
dent Fred WVard and Lafayette High School (LHS) Principal Derek Hembree. Byrd's Camp outside of this one has turned out to Mark Lord, of On the Mark
This is the 26th year that Fillvaw has faithfully served the staff and students at Mayo on Friday, March25 be much bigger than the Guide Service, has donated
Lafayette District Schools. Twenty-fi\e of those years has been at LHS. at 6 p.m. There will be a club thought and the club a guided fishing trip; and
Ward said Fillyaw is a very dedicated employee that is devoted to her job. wide assortment of wild is still a month out from Herbert Perry will be pro-
Ward said, "She is alwvavs willing to help her fellow workers." game, including gator tail, the big day. The host viding a three-day, all-in-
According to fellow workers at LHS, Fillyaw has a bubbly personality that is frog legs, quail, buffalo, committee includes Ricky clusive, video-taped, guid-
a positive plus for those who share her work week and for students who come chili, venison, elk, pork Lyons, Jana Hart, Tim
in contact with her throughout the day: and sausage. For kids, Walker, Carson McCall, SEE MAYO, PAGE 7A
In fact, according to one source at LHS, Fillyaw is known to make the day very and the less adventurous Lindsey Jackson and
special for students Chris Parker and Ry)an Clingan who have the habit of join- palate, there will be Heather Neill, any of
ing Fillyaw inthe "Hokev Pokey" on a regular basis. grilled chicken, chicken whom can answer ques-
and rice, hot dogs and tions or sell tickets (chil-
dren 12 and under are I REE
Middle Florida Baptist Assembly celebrates 50 yearsInee addition to the host gg g
In February of 1955 ,, committee, other Rotari- For Kidsr
twenty acres of land do- ,. ans have been volun- U
nated by Delmer and Min- teered and are lending a No Purchase Necessary
nie Sapp was deeded to big hand in pulling to- Must Present Coupon
Middle Florida Baptist As- gether a myriad of details I Good 34-05 Only 1
sembly to provide a per- to make this a memorable
manent place for children
to study and learn the Weather Contact Us
Bible in a healthy Christ- Thanks for reading
ian atmosphere. A meet- Eye on Mayo The Mayo Free Press.
ing was called to select all "-Showers today! High We encourage your phone
the necessary directors, of- of 570 Low of 38 calls and questions.
ficers and organizational Weather art LES You're welcome to call
board. student, Elijah He itt US at (386) 294-1210
Since it's humble begin- --
nings, Middle Florida Bap- ", ,, .,INDEX
tist Assembly has grown to ..:.-', ;. ,'
a 63-acre facility with eight Classifieds .......1-5D
Middle Florida Baptist Assembly campgrounds sits near Pickett Lake in Lafayette Coun- ) Calendar ........ 2-4C
SEE MIDDLE, PAGE 7A ty. See related story and more photos page 6A Photo Delores L. Walker Sports........... 9A
Social News....... 3A
D' 'e!I', Obituaries.......... 2A


Share your The Georgians
faith 101 Bethel Creek Baptist
Church has the privilege of
What is your hosting The Georgians
church from Valdosta, Georgia on
doing? Sunday evening at 6 p.m. Arthur W. HalMlie Mae (Stanleyue
T tMoore.. Survived by his Sue
SLet us hear This exciting quartet was Lawrence, Jr. wife of 50 years, Katheryn Carol Young
-~from you'!~ featured in the March 2005 Moore, of Mayo.
from you! Moore, of Mayo.
issue of Singing News.
issTe of Siagine sted Arthur W. Lawrence, Jr., Other survivors include: Mrs. Sue Carol Young,
The magazine stated
S Have an article "This exciting quartet's of McAlpin, passed away a daughter; Kathy Rank age 59, (October 20, 1945) a
you want printed? tunefulness and energetic Friday, February 25, 2005 in and husband George, of resident of Mayo, died Fri-
Send it to us! te ef ance c i Kindred Hospital, Green Louisville, KY, (2) sisters; day February 4, 2005 at the
en it 10 us stage performance compli-
ments its members' heart- Cove Springs, FL after a Naomi Wheeler, and Betty Kindred Hospital of North
I- Phone: 294-1210 fet presentatin t mae short illness. The Lutz, FL Carter, both of Branford, (2) Florida in Green Cove
felt presentation to make
SFax: 294-2666 their concerts happenings native moved to McAlpin grandchildren; Travis Rank Springs. Mrs. Young is a na-
-n/c not easily forgotten." The from Tampa eighteen years and Kurt Rank, both of tive of Lakeland and moved
Georgians have enjoyed a ago, was a machinist and Louisville, KY. to Mayo nine years ago
ac k a n d h ieW successful run in the attended Friendship Baptist Funeral services were from Lakeland. She is the
rBlack and w h e i t Church, Live Oak. held at 11 a.m.onWednes- daughter ofJ. T. Taylor and
Southern Gospel circuit. day, March 2, 2005 at the Osie Missouri Grant
Pastor Richard Wurm- being cast out into Hell. They have recorded four urvvors nclde hs dayMa 2005 the e Missour Gran he
brand Founder of the But as many as received albums in the past three wife; Phyllis Lawrence, Mt. Paran Baptist Church, was a homemaker and a
brand, Founder of the But as many as received albums in the past three ,' 'r"0 i avvecin.< ,
Voice of the Martyrs, suf- him to them gave he power years and the.title cut from McAlpin; four daughters: with Bro. Bruce Branche, member of the Victory Bible
fered for 14 years in Con- to become the sons of God, the latest recording has GwennetteLangston, Tam- Bro Bubba Branche and ChurchinMayo.
pa, Judie Hawver, Odessa, Bro. Ed Wimberly, officiat- Mrs. Young was preced-
munist prisons because of even to them that believe been distributed to more pa, udie Hawver, Odesa, Bro. Ed Wimberly, officiat- Mrs. Young was preced-
his stand for Christ. As if on his name: (John 1:12) than 1100 radio stations na- Regina Mason, Wesley ing. Interment followed at ed indeathby her husband,
that wasn't enough the ACCEPT or REJECT no tionwide and is drawing Chapel, Maggie Evans, Airline Cemetery. Family Mitchel Lee Young; broth-
World Council of Churches gray area. Won't you re- rave reviews. McAlpin; one step-daugh- received friends on Tues- ers, Huey and Louis Taylor
made statements, such as, ceiveHimtoday? lease join us for an en- ter: Kimberly Cuscaden, day evening from 6:30 p.m. and sister, Nettie Gruber.
Wurmbrand paints the *The Triumphant joyable evening of great Tampa; two step-sons: Cur- until 8 p.m. at the Mayo She is survived by her
"Wurmbrand paints the *The Triumphant joyable evening of great t -r Jacsonill 1 daughter Jn Y 1
situation behind the Iron Church, Richard Wurm- music and good food and tis Stricklen, acksonville, Chapel. daughter, Janet Young ack-
Curtain in white and black. brand, Voice of the Mar- fellowship. We are located and Glen Stricklen, Palm Joe P. Burns Funeral son, Mayo; two sons Sonny
It isnot so. There existsthe tyrs, Bartlesville, OK, c on Hwy 53 just North of Coast; one brother: P. L. Home in Mayo was in Young, and Todd Purkis,
gray." Wurmbrand states 1999, p31. Day, and just a few miles Lawrence, Plant City; seven charge of all arrangements. both of Lakeland; two
"I reply that I accept this if David H. Matier, DPC West of Dowling Park. grandchildren and one brothers, Dwain Taylor and
they show me from the Christian/Biblical Coun- great-grandchild; and Clifton Taylor, both of
whole of the New Testa- selling B many nieces and nephews. Lakeland; five sisters, Al-
mentthe word gray, a mix- Rev Lamb to Funeral services were Charles lyne Tyson, Marty
mentrthe word gray, a mix- Rev o conducted at 11 a.m. Mon- Pert Reynolds and Charlotte
ture, is true or A fi l poem day, February 28, 2005 in Smith all of Lakeland,
thing is true or finalbring message Friendship Baptist Church Shirley Reeder and Nancy
untrue...You have to go f m m there Re ad ee Mr. Charles Pert, age 91, Davis, both of Mayo an
othrthemworrldohrr you hav Iuwannee with Rev. David Teems offi- Davis, both of Mayo and.
,ith'the word or you hav passed away Saturday, Feb- three grandchildren.
the worl or y Suwannee Station citing. Interment followed ay three grandchildren.
to go with Christ."Young" ruary 26, 2005 in Mayo. Services for Mrs. Young
The Apostle James said, Suwannee Station Baptist nhe curc cemee. Funeral services were hed on erury
for whoever shall keep Words alone cannot DanelsFuneral Homeof held at 2 p.m., Tuesday, wereat Lighthouse Christian2,
for whosoever shall keep Words alone ano Church will host a weekend Live O k was in charge of March 1, 2005 at Brewdr Center in Mayo.
the whole law, and yet of- express what you've giv- revival for youth and adults all k was n charge ofhrstan
fend i~ one point, he is en me. March 4, and6. arrangements. Lake Baptist Church, Day.
guilty of all (ames 2:10). If You gave me love and Bringing the messages Burial was in Day Ceme- Arrangements by Helm
you break all ten of the Ten hope and trust and offering praise in song il r tery. F er Home 6 Gee
Commandments you have taught me responsibility. will be the Rev. Randy The family received Cove Sprigs.
broken the Law. And on I loved your sense of Lamb of Brunswick, Ga. "Gene" Moore friends at the Church on
the other hand, if you humor and how you Lamb is a graduate of Monday, February 28, 2005, R iv l
break ONE of them you passed it on to me. Suwannee High School and Wilbur "Gene" Moore an from 6 until 8 p.m. Ral t
have brken the Ten Corn- And I'll sill try to lived in Live Oak until he Engineer, age 69, passed He was born in Jack-
mandments! The result is laugh, now that you've was called to Brunswick as away on Saturday, Febru- sonville, on February 14, Gra e BaptiSt
the same: You have broken been set free. a youth pastor. While in ary 26, 2005 at Shands in 1914, the son of the late
the Law. You've had quite a Live Oak he served as Gainesville. He was a na- William C. Pert and Della Grace Baptist Church,
You may be better than journey and you've youth pastor at Southside tive of Branford. After re- Parker Pert. He had lived in located at 5196 SE High-
your, rieighbor (at least in made a lasting impres- Baptist Church and other siding in Clearwater, for 33 Day, since 1954. He was re- way 27, Mayo, will be
your eyes) but you have sion. local churches. years, he had lived in Mayo tired from the Florida De- holding revival services
still b ke the.law an-de- Im glad you're now Friday services will be forth past 7 years. He was apartment of Transportation oh March 6-9. Services
serve ate ETER- with Jsusecause with youth night beginning at 7 a Baptist and a member of and was a member of the begin Sunday morning at
NAL SEPARATION Him there's no depres- p.m. Saturday services will the Mt. Paran Baptist Brewer Lake Baptist 11 a.m. and evening ser-
FROM GOD (Romans sion. p.m. Saturday services will the Mt. Paran Baptist Brewer Lake Baptist
FROM. GOD (Romans son-. begin at 7 p.m. with family Church.. He was also a Church, Day. vices at 7 p.m.
6:23i. : I saw your tears o oy night. member of the Honeywell He is survived by his wife Dr.. Don L. Mc-
If you are to avoid that when you saw Heaven's Sunday morning the ser- Retirees Club, in Clearwa- of 66 years, Ina Caulk Pert Cutcheon, Sr. will be the
awful tragic punishment light, vice willbegin at 11 a.m. for ter. He enjoyed reading, of Day, one daughter, evangelist. There will be
you must come to Christ This poem is for you all. Please come and be collecting stamps and coins JoAnn Taylor of Tallahas- special singing and a
by simple faith You must mother the last poem blessed. and pen and ink drawings, see, a sister Joie E. Folsom nursery will be provided.
come the same way your that 1'll write. For more information, He was preceded in death of Lake City and 3 grand- Everyone is cordially
neighbor must, to avoid Love, Janet call 658-3884 or 364-6413 by his parents, Shelby and children. invited to attend.

AIRLINE BAPTIST CHURCH (SBC)......294-2676 Methodist Church NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH esus Christ F hi
Co-Pastor........................................................................Larr Law Phone: 386-294-1661 Pastor .......................Rev. Charlie Walker Fellowship
Co-Pastor ..........................................................Rusty ryan MAYO FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Sunday School.................................. 10:00 a.m. Community Church,
Sunday School........ ...............................................9:45 .m. Located SE corner of Hwy. 27 & FL 51 Mayo Morning Wors ...............................11:00 a.m. A Full Gospel Ministry
W orship Service...............................................................11:00 a.m. Pastor, Walter Bell M orningW orship................... ............ a.m.ry
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 Evening W orship.......................................... ...................7:00 p.m '
ve ng Worship .................................... .............. 7:00 .m. Mo Worship.....................................7:00 p.m Mo ing W orshi .............. 11:00 a.m. Adult Choir...... ........................................ .....8:00p.m. 294-1656
We es Adult Bible Study........................................6:30 p.m. Evening Worship..................... ..... 6:00 p.m. Prayer Meeting, Bible Study & Mission Group-Wed...7:00 p.m. Deacon Lemon Curtis Watson,
Socated Four Mine Est f Ma o ...hway p.m. Wednesday Prayer Meeting.........................................7:00 p.m. Located Two Miles North of Mayo OffHighway 51 Chairman of the Deacon Ministry
"O. Come Let us Worship The Lord" Ps. 95:6 .1-F "The Friendly Mayo Methodist" 18R999.F "Come And Hear, All Ye That Fear God" Ps. 66:16 17 Mother EmWatson nl MoSt. er
at the corner of San Pedro St.
Pastor..... .................................. Rev. Charles E. Hodge, Jr. Pastor, John W hitting ton Pastor................................................................ Ted Rushing Sunday School.....................10:00 a.m.
TD..uesday SvceB.....................P:00e .m.
Youth.astor............................. .....BrettSeals SundaySchool .. .... .... 9:45am MomingWorship................11:00a.m.
!M us[i .i: rector.........................................................Blanche Perry W orsiip rvi e 11a.m. Tuesday Service.....................700 p.m.
CI d ei'S Pastor.:.................... ........Ryan & Tiffany Perry Sunday Praise and Worship Service..............................10:30 a.m. ors p er vice................................ ...... a.m.nd Bible Stuy)
Sudaychool.................................... a.m. Children's Church.......................................................10:30 a.m. Wednesday Discipleship Training..............6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
W orsi Service/K.I.D.S. Church.................................10:45a.m. Sunday Night Service.....................................................6:00 p.m. Evening Training.........................6:00 ............6:00 p.m. Worship means Celebration, Communication,
Evening W orship.................................................;.............6:00 p.m W wednesday Service.........................................7:00 p.m Team I ds Night ..............................................................6:30 p.m and Consecration.
Family eight Youth Club Church.............7:00 p.m. Wednesday Wed. Children's and Teen's Service................................7:00 p.m. Seven miles West of Mayo, left on CR 534 then right on 350A Discipleship means a student of the
SState Road 27 128994F State Road 51 Mayo ~ "Love Never Fails" -- Jesus Saves -- 129O4F word of God.

BETHEL HOLY CHURCH......................294-1932 MAYO BAPTIST CHURCH...........(386)294-1020 NEW HARMONY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH New Beginnings Church
;."Affiliated with Mt. Sinai Holy Churches of America Inc." Interim Pastor: pr. Roy Lee Saint (Go south on 16th, turn right) a placeforyou
Past......... ................. Elder Carolyn Demps worship Leader..... ...................J.........oycelyn 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 worship Service...... .......... .....12:00 p.m Bible Stud ..........................................................................9:45 A.M Sun da y W rship..................................................................9:30 am
Thursday Bible Study.................................7:00 p.m W worship 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
"Membership mans Discipleship" Adult Prayer Service......................6:30 P.M. Women's Bible Study..................................................10:00 am where People can discover and develop a passion for
e esim a Di il hp 128995-F mayobaetistchucrchal(, 129009- God that is Rea relevant, and relational.

VICTORY BIBLE CHURCH.................................35-0843 Community Center
Sunday Shool....... .................10:00.. a.m. Pastor: Service Schedule:
Pastor............................ ..........................Rev. Steve Boyd Worship Service....... ............. a.m. Rev. Larry Easton Sun. MominWorshi ..........10:00a.m.
Sunday School........................ ................. 10:00 a.m Discipleship Training........................................................6:00 p.m Sunday AM Service............................10:30 am Wednesday Night Bible tudy................7:00p.m.
Evening W worship ............................... ..............................6:00 p.m ve ng W orship................................................................7:00 p.m Sunday PM Service...................................................................................6:00 p.m es "a aaf
W ed. Light for Living....... ... ....... ..................7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting W ednesday...........................................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, Located on County Road 354 Hwy. 27, 4 miles West of Branford Christian Church
then left on CR 138, follow signs. "For If Ye Forgive Men Their Tresspasses Your Heavenly Pastor Bill Talley
then left on CR 138, follow signs.F Father Will Also Forgive You" Matt. 6:14 .1292F 1290.F 963-5600 208-9626
Sunday School Service..................9:45 a.m.
FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD ST. MATTHEW'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH Bethel Creek Baptist Church.....................658-2398 Worship Service ..................11:00a.m.
Choir Practice..............................................10:00 am Contact Number in Mayo (386) 294-2664 Pastor : Sherwood E. Sawyer Prayer Meeting..........................7:00 p.m.
ay Worshi Service................................. 10:30 am. Sunday School .........................9:45 am. 12900.F
-- Kid's Church.... ................................11:00 a.m. Vicar......................................................Rev. Linda Lowry Sunday Worship Serice.... ........ .....11:00 a.m. Hatch Bend Baptist Church
,:'. venir g Worship............................................6:00 p.m. Deacon..... ............... .The Rev. Lynne Ashmead Sunday Evening Worship.................................................6:00 p.m. Pastor George Dunn
SKids onthe Raoc ................................... 6:30 p.m. Celebration of Holy Eucharist at 7:00 PM Wednesday Bible Study........................................7:00 p.m. 935-0943
S Adult Bbe Stuh mact................... ...7:00 p.m. each Wednesday to be followed by light Sunday Service............................9:45 a.m.
Pastor: David Stephens refreshments and Christian Education. rsery ava ra services Sunday Evening............................ 6:00 p.m.
Located on Mill Street, Mayo "Renewing Hope and Building Lives" Located One Block North of the Courthouse in Mayo. Whlocate red 3 miles North alwof Day o Highway 53 Wednesday Ee2ning.......700 p.m.

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SSoi w Mayo Woman's Club Valentine's Day parties
The Mayo Woman's Club has been hosting an activi-
Call: ty as a Valentine's Day treat for the residents of the .
S294-1210 Lafayette Health Care Center and OakRidge Assisted
Living Facility for the past several years. This year they
SS "' also treated the residents at Hands of Grace Assisted

7 1 a /c s ? Mary Kay representative Carolyn Faircloth at
OE d-ting (a'iied'? 9OakRidge to provide an afternoon at the Spa. Each res-
Send us your ident was given hand care treatment. Club member
Send us yourDonna Ellis entertained the group with a variety of fa-
social news Bab miliar songs on the piano, with some of the residents
Deadline New ay and joining in with singing from time to time. Then there
Friday 5 p.m. ni was the dancing, as club president Wendy Cullar
danced with several of the residents to the toe tapping
Law s n b i h music. Of'course everyone enjoyed treats afterwards. Lucille Jarrells, Charlotte Philman, Betty Banks, and Voun-
L aw so n irtOur thanks to Jettie Ruth Walker, Activities Director for cile Bell
including us in this activity.
r announcement t On Valentine's Day members visited Hands of Grace
Assisted Living Facility. The residents enjoyed a deli-

lively music provided by Donna Ellis. Director Kristie
O'Steen and her staff had their dining room beautifully .
decorated for Valentine's Day.
. The afternoon of Valentine's Day found the club
Air,.members at Lafayette Health Care Center. Staff mem-

that all the residents were there to enjoy the fellowship.
., The group served mid-afternoon refreshments to all the
residents and other visitors present. Our thanks to ..
Louise Johnson, activities director for arranging this ac- .. ,; ..' .
The Mayo Woman's Club members enjoyed the op-
portunity to visit with the residents at each of these fa- Mollie West, Wendy Cullar, President of Mayo Woman's
cilities and hope we brought a few smiles at the same Club and Marilyn Merrill

Harli Lawson is proud to announce the birth of her baby
sister Taryn Alia Lawson.
Taryn was born on January 27, 2005 at 6:05 a.m. She
weighed 9 lbs. and was 21 in. long. .

Thank you from my heart
I want to take this opportunity to thank everyone for the .. -
visits, cards, flowers, magazines (warm socks) and other
kind things and thoughts you did for me during my ill- Hands of Grace Assisted Living: Left to Right Marie O'S-
ness and recent stay in the hospital. I want to especially teen and staff member Barbara Williams. Oak Ridge Assisted Living: Donna Ellis at the piano
thank Colleen and QH Ezell for the food and calls during
this time. I want to express my utmost gratitude for the' it
people who prayed for me and put me on all the prayer : 'S "' m
chains and church prayer lists. I know God was with me. m
If it had not been His will, I would not be here today. Might be at
A special thank you to Jeff Walker and my husband, i
Calvin, for donating the 2 units of blood that I had to have : the count l
in order for my body to fight off the infection. I want to .c nty a
thank Brother Charlie Walker for coming to the hospital The Lafayette County
and reading me a scripture, because by doing this and S sheriffs Office has numer-
with his prayers and through his eyes, I saw how close to ous items (keys, wallets,
dying I really was at that moment. I know and realize etc) that have been brought
now my life was spared and I have been given a new to the county jail.
chance through God's Will and everyone's prayers. If you have lost an item,
Thank you and God Bless each and everyone of you to- you may call the county jail
day, tomorrow and always, at 386/294-1301 to identify
Iris Townsend Stubbs Mayo Woman's Club members: Left to Right: Charlotte O'Steen, Wendy Cullar, JoAnn the item that-you wish to re-
Peterson, Mary Ann Lloyd, O'Neal Wimberley and Ina Putnal cover.

'l^ ^ R F SuPlant sale

at LHS
Si There will be a plant
-sale on Saturday, March
"5. at the LHS front cam-
pus, 8 a.m. 2p.m.
.... r-g o fruit trees, tlowe tring
:. "'plank Iandscape plants.
me'n .... r" ... in A native trees, annuals,
Da Lilies. Anmar~llis,
Iris, hanging baskets, in-
door plants.
-,We will take orders.
I Call Susanne Hanson at
294-4186 or 294-3615,
SPam \WVard at 294-4111 oir
294-1820. We will deliver
Happy 18th Birthday Amber Stephens, March 5. Orders over $50. Spon-
We love you! Dad, Mom, Bekah and Max sored by sev enth grade.


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Cub Scouts make first public appearance Mayo Woman's Club February meeting
Fred Ward, Lafayette County School
Superintendent was the guest speaker at
A the Mayo Woman's Club on February
8th. Mr. Ward discussed the legislation
;t i for the new Pre-K program and class size
reduction. A 500 hour Pre-K program is
l currently being planned for each semes-
ter during the 2005-2006 school term.
SThe members were keenly interested in
S this topic and a lively question-answer
t period was held following his presenta-
Pe l tion. VA hospital "Shower"
Florida Federation of Women's Clubs
Z.4 LEADS (Leadership, Education and De-
veloprnent Seminar) program is de-
signed to identify members at the club -.sr
level who have the potential and desire
to assume leadership positions in their
clubs. Each of the 14 FFWC districts in
the state nominates one person to attend
this leadership conference each year.
4. ~ The Mayo Woman's Club nominee,
t h. Heather Neill was selected to represent
SDistrict 3 at this state level seminar held
at FFWC headquarters in Lakeland in
January. Heather reported how im-
pressed she was with whole seminar and
0 P thanked the club for their support. ,
A special project undertaken this
Y o r month was a VA Shower for the patients
Sc at the VA Hospital in Lake City. Char- Fred Ward introducing the speaker, and
V lotte O'Steen, District and Local Ameri- President, Wendy Cullar
can Legion Auxiliary VA & NR Chair-

for the patients each year. Each bag is tary men Wanr women
Phone man makes mall cloth bagsE dFtt"ida)s Military men and women
then filled with such things as dispos- Even though the miles separate us you are
Recently,.the Cub Scout Pack 334 made its Pack 334 also operates a website able razors, combs, tooth brushes, etc. in our thoughts and prayers.
first public appearance by holding a bake (www.pack334.info) to assist in coordinat- When a veteran enters the hospital he is Your hometown wants to hear from you
sale in the parking lot of Croft's Thriftway ing efforts and to showcase the achieve- given one of these bags for his personal and we would count it an honor if you
to raise money for this year's day camp. ments of the boys. use. The club members brought an choose towrite to your local newspaper, The
The boys, left to right Lionel Snider, The goal of pack 334 is to "provide a full abundance of items to fill the bags. Club Mayo Free Press.
Nicholas Phillips, Phillip Heaton, Garrett scouting experience regardless in income." members donated over $178 worth of Be sure to send us photos if you have
Dekle, and Damien Daigle, Matthew Gravit To accomplish this, the pack is asking for items. them, along with a letter to let us know how
(not shown) with the help of their moms, support in the form of assorted sales and Special guests at the meeting were you are.
made over 400 cookies, brownies, fudge events. Reba Blackshear, Sally Wanner, Alice Our mailing address is:
bars and other.goodies to satisfy the sweet If you are interested in hosting a den, Land, Irene Calhoun and Tonya Chan- The Mayo Free Press
tooth of the weekend shoppers. have experience with Cub Scouts, or would dler. Hostesses for the meeting were P.O. Box 248,
Pack 334's only den currently meets on like to join Pack 334, please contact Dan Joanette McMillan, Charlotte O'Steen, Mayo, F. 32066
Thursday from 3 to 4 pm at their charter's Snider, Cub master at 294-1705 or by email Vermell Thomas, Pam Ward, Cheryl or you can e-mail us at mayofreepress@all-
sponsor, Lighthouse Christian Center. at cubmaster@pack334.info. Harris and Heather Neill. tel.net

Government information
Federal Officials State Sen. Nancy Argen-
President George W. Bush ziano (R) Crystal River Public Meetings 4th Monday of the month ing for anyone with "Low For more information on
1600 Pennsylvania Ave. 6216 West Corporate Town and County County Commission Vision" or blindness. the cancer support group
Washington, DC 20510 Oaks Dr. School Board Meeting Room: 5:30 p.m. If you're interested contact Anne Steward at
Phqel 1/2P2/.456-1414 ,.Crystal Riv ver, Fl. 4429 ,, 3rd Tuesday of the month, please call:, Pat Cook at 386/362-7860. To receive
Fax: 1/202/456-2461 Phone: 1/352563-6003or Workshop: 9 a.m. Mayo A-Anon Meetig 850/844678 more information about
Toll Free: 1 /866-538-2831 Meeting: 10 a.m. The Mayo Al-Anon Mleet-' cancer call their Amrerical
State Officials E-mail: nancy.argen- School Board Adminis- ing is held at the Mayo Boyd Staff Office Hours Cancer Society toll-free at
Gov. Jet Bush (R) ziano.web@leg.state.fl.us traction Building Manna House, Pine Street, in Mayo 1-800-ACS-2345 or visit our
The Capitol, Tallahassee, on Thursday evenings at 8 A member of Congress- Web site at
Fl 32399-0001 State Rep. Dwight Stansel School Advisory Meeting pm. man Allen Boyd's (D-North www.cancer.org.
Phone: 1/850/488-4441 (D) Wellborn Lafayette High School To reach Manna House Florida) staff will be visit-
Fax: 1/850/487-0801 208 N Ohio Ave. Live 1st. Tuesday of the month from Hwy 51 and SR 27, ing Mayo on the second Lafayette County
Web Site: Oak, Fl. 32060 LHS Library: 6:30 p.m. turn east on 27 to right on Wednesday of every Historical Society meeting
www.eog.state.fl.us Phone: 1/386-362-2136, Lafayette Elementary Clyde St., turn left at end of month, from 2-4 pm in the Lafayette County Histori-
1/850-488-9835 (Tallahas- School Clyde St. onto Pine St. Look County Commission Room cal Society The Society
Lt. Gov. Toni Jennings (R) see). 2nd Wednesday of the to your left and you will see at the Lafayette County meets monthly on the last
The Capitol, Tallahassee, Fax: 1/386-758-0479 month the Manna House sign. Courthouse. Thursday of the month at
Fl. 32399-0001 E m a i 1 LES Conference Room: 3 Al-Anon shows support the Mayo Cafe at 7 p.m. The
Phone: 1/850/488-4711 stansel.dwight@leg.state.f p.m. for friends and families of Fellowship of Society is working to re-
Fax: 1/850/921-6114 1.us alcoholics. Christian Cowboys store the former Mayo Free
Town Council Meeting For more information, The Fellowship of Christ- Press (Dees Drug Store) as
2nd Monday of the call Barbara at 386/294- ian Cowboys meet each the Lafayette County Mu-
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P la n A Town Hall: 7 p.m. 1008. at the SRRC Arena in Bran- For meeting information
ford at 5:30 p.m. and also contact Drew Bell Jr, Presi-
County Commission Support group forming the second Saturday of the dent (386) 294-2932. For
S- .. Meeting for People with Vision month at the Suwannee membership application
S2nd Monday of the Loss County Coliseum Arena in contact Taylor Cullar (386)
I / ,month Overcoming everyday Live Oak at 5:30 p.n.. 294-3819.
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USDA sign up for tobacco Lafayette County Court Docket
Lafayette County Court Eric Lavely: Charged guilty.
convened on Wednesday, Jan. with failure to comply with Tabitha Whitman:
bu you t begin s M arch 14 19, 2005 at 9 a.m. The Honor- dog size rule (Fl. Adminis- Charged with no valid dri-
able Harlow H. Land, Jr. trative Code). He is fine ver license. She pled guilty,
Agriculture Secretary quota holders is $7 per aware of the program $50 plus court cost. is ajudicated guilty, fined
Mike Johanns has an- pound times the Base and procedures. The esided. Here i n recordunty Joseh Lee: Charged $150 plus court cost and
those who appeared in county Joseph Lee: Charged $150 plus court cost, and
nounced that sign-up Quota Level (BQL) for campaign includes court and the disposition of with failure to comply with placed on six months su-
for the Tobacco Transi- quota held as of Oct. 22, sending letters to every their case: dog size rule (Fl. Adminis- pervised probation.
tion Payment Program 2004. Producers receive quota holder and pro- ARRAIGNMENTS trative Code). He is fined Fawn Zuniga: Charged
(TTPP) will begin March $3 per pound times the ducer who participates Sergio Alcantara: $50 plus court cost. with battery. Case dis-
14 and extend through BQL based upon the in the program. Particu- Charged with no valid dri- Kenneth Marrow: missed with $25 court cost.
June 17. producer's share of the lar 'emphasis is being ver license. He pled guilty, Charged with taking or at- Pre trial
"We are pleased to be risk incurred for 2002, placed upon efforts to is adjudicated guilty, fined tempt to take an illegal Jonathan J. Bolton:
able to announce the be- 2003 or 2004 crops. Pay- contact small and mi- $100 plus court cost and deer. He pled no contest, is Charged with
ginning of the sign-up ments will be made in 10 nority producers. Wa- placed on six months su- ajudicated guilty, fined stalking/trespass in inhab-
period for this historic annual installments but chovia also will place pervised probation. $350 plus court cost. ited structure/resist arrest
program," Johanns said. may be assigned or a magazine and newspa- Scott Leonard Bowers: Karen McKinister: without violence. He pled
"The Tobacco Transition .successor'-in-interest to per ads, radio spots, and Charged with attaching tag Charged with reckless dis- no contest, is ajudicated
Payment the contract may be per- television ads in rural not assigned. He pled play of a deadly weapon. guilty, fined $270 and
Program will end the mitted. If quota holders and agricultural media; guilty, is ajudicated guilty, Continued. placed on one year super-
decades old tobacco or producers have inter- and provide informa- fined $75 plus court cost. Evelyn Mejia: Charged vised probation with no
marketing quotas and ests in farms in more tional brochures at key Danny Rodgers Bridges: with issue of worthless contact with victim.
rketin qota an d ay tha n one cnty cn- gathering paes. a k Charged with failure to check under $150. Contin- Chenoa Rea Bradford:
provide transition pay- than one county, con- gathering places. Town transfer registration. He ued. Charged with possession
ments over a 10-year pe- tracts for each of these hall meetings will also e guiltyis adjudicated Mark Pereli: Charged of cannabis under 20
riod. All tobacco quota farms must be entered be hosted in key tobac- guilty, fined $75 plus court with possession of a gun in grams/possession of drug
holders and producers into in the appropriate co-growing states, and a cost. a Type II management paraphernalia. Pre trial in-
are urged to visit their USDA Service Center. toll-free call center will Damien Bufford: area. He is fined $50 plus tervention
local USDA Service Cen- Prior to sign-up, all go into service March 1, Charged with attaching tag court cost. Willie George Camp-
ter and sign up for these known quota holders 2005. For more informa- not assigned. He pled Steve Sikes: Charged bell, Sr.: Charged with at-
benefits." and/or producers will tion, please contact your guilty, is adjudicated with failureto comply with teaching tag not
Congressionalpassage receive a letter provid- local USDA Service Cen- guilty, fined $100 plus dog size rule (Fl. Adminis- assigned/driving while li-
late last year of the Fair ing more detailed infor- ter, the National Tobac- court cost and placed on six trative Code). he pled cense suspended or re-
and Equitable Tobacco mation on the program, co Call Center at 1-866- months supervised proba- guilty, is .adjudicated voked/possession of mari-
Reform Act of 2004 (the The letter also will in- 887-0140 beginning tion. guilty and fined $50 plus juana under 20 grams. He
Act), commonly referred clude Farm Service March 1, or the Farm John Chastain: Charged court cost. pled guilty, is ajudicated
to as the "Tobacco Pro- Agency records of Service Agency Web site with possession of drugs Jack Sullivan: Charged guilty, fined $500 plus
gram Buyout," ended poundage of BQL for in- a t under 20 grams. He pled with DUI/driving while li- court cost, placed on one
the federal tobacco mar- dividual quota holders http://www.fsa.usda.g guilty, is adjudicated guilty cense suspended or re- year supervised probation
keting quota and price and/or producers. If the ov/tobacco. is ajudicated guilty, fined evoked. He pled guilty, is with driver license sus-
support loan programs information is inaccu- Florida Farm Bureau $350 plus court cost and ajudicated guilty, fined pended for two years.
with the 2004 marketing rate or incomplete, quo- Federation is the state's placed on one year super- $500 on fist count and $150 Bryan Adam Clark:
year for all quota tobac- ta holders and/or pro- largest general-interest vised' probation. Driver li- on second count plus court Charged with attempting
cos. The marketing year ducers are requested to agricultural association cense are suspended for cost, placed on one year su- to take a deer with gun and
fo r flue-u re d tobacco providucerse verifiable infor- with more than 150000al associate two years pervised probation and light. Pre trial intervention
for flue-cured tobacco provide verifiable infor- with more than 150,000 Charles Dees: Charged will serve 15 days in the Michael Anthony
ends June 30, 2005, and mation to their USDA member families with failure to comply with county jail. he also must at- Thomas: Charged with
Sept. 30, 2005, for all Service Center person- statewide. g Admin. ted DUI School and be possession of marijuana
other tobaccos nel at sign-up. There are Farm Bu- Code ). He pled guilty, is evaluated for drug and al- under 20 grams/posses-
"Growers who were The regulations con- reaus representing 64 ajudicated guilty and fined cohol abuse. sion drug
quota holders or pro- cerning payments to counties in Florida, $50 plus court cost. Jennifer Teague: paraphernalia/ driving
ducers will need to con- quota holders and pro- where agriculture com- Stuart Eagan: Charged Charged with no valid dri- while license suspended or
tact their local Farm Ser- ducers for this program prises a stable, vital leg with DUI. He pled no con- ver license. She. is fined revoked. He pled guilty, is
vice Agency as soon as will be available in of Florida's economy, ri- test, is ajudicated guilty, $150 plus court cost. ajudicated guilty, fined
possible if they want to March. valing the tourism in- fined $500 plus court cost Zenaida Tinatero: $500 plus court cost and
be paid as stated in the The Act also. autho- dustry in economic im- and placed on one year su- Charged with no valid dri- placed on one year super-
tobacco buyout legisla- rized USDA to use a fi- portance. Headquar- pervised probation. His ver license. She pled guilty, vised probation. He will
tion," advised Kevin nancial institution to tered in Gainesville, the driver license are suspend- fined $100 plus court cost. serve 364 days in county
Morgan, director of, help carry out the pro- Federation is an inde- ed for one year and he Herman" L. Watson: jail with credit for time
Florida Farm Bureau gram provisions. Fol- pendent, non-profit must perform. 50 hours Charged with DUI/refusal served.
Federation's Ag Policy lowing a competitive agricultural organiza- community service. to sign summons/driving Hearing
division. To locate the bidding process, USDA tion and is not associat- Michael Louis Hadden: while license suspended or Robert Wade Barnett:
nearest Farm Service awarded a contract to ed with any. arm of the Charged with possession revoked. He pled not Continued.
Agency, visit Wachovia Corporation government. More in- of a gun in a Type II man-
http:/ /www.fsa.usda.g to help conduct an infor- formation is available agement area. He pled .
ov/fl/ or call (352) 379- mation campaign to en- on the organization's guilty, is adjudicated COdit distribution
4500:. sure that all potential website, http://Florida- guilty, and fined $50 plus
4500. sure that a potential website, http://Florida- court cost. Sponsored by Suwannee River Economic Council,
The payment rate for beneficiaries are made FarmBureau.org. Charlie Franklin Harry: Inc. and the State of Florida, Department of Agriculture
Charged with driving and Consumer Services; USDA TEFAP surplus corn-
while license suspended or modities will be distributed to eligible area residents
r ---- revoked. He is adjudicated on Wednesday, March 9, 8:30 a.m. 12 p.m., 1 -3:30
guilty, fined $350 plus p.m.
court cost, placed on one The food will be distributed at S.R.E.C. Building Inc.,
o AaL & 7o P A ito oPM year supervised probation U.S. 27 North Mayo.
en: jvMarch rd, Z00 /700MVI to 00 VFM and will spend 90 days in Any household whose maximum gross income is less
Sout li the county jail. than the State-established maximum for the appropri-
Nancy Michelle Hollis: ate household size is eligible. Also, anyone receiving
; Charged with expired tag aid from one of the following programs is eligible for
more than six months. She USDA commodities: Food, Stamps, AFDC, SSI, Medic-
S' pled guilty, is adjudicated aid, or residence in government housing.
guilty, fined $250 plus This program is available to all individuals who meet
court cost placed on six eligibility guidelines, without regard to race, color, na-
months supervised proba- tional origin, age, sex or handicap.
tion and will serve 10 days
in the county jail.
;,. Timothy Hoover:
Charged with possession
of a gun in a Type II man-
agement area. He is fined
$50 plus court cost
Local traveler Bob 5nyder will give a powerpoint presentation and discuss the best Jasmin Jordan: Charged
time to see Alaska (cost & weather), planning and scheduling yourtrip, and the with driving while license
vana and disavantages o bin in a tour group. suspended or revoked. She
advantages and dsadvantapled guilty, is ajudicated
guilty, fined $150 plus (COUPON)
court cost and placed on
Contact rhe Lafayette County Public Library at 386,294.1021 or Three Rivers one year supervised proba-
Regional Library System at 386.2943.858 for more info. ,,c tion.

SRWMD Governing Board meeting Sdoog Me4 m
On Tuesday, March 8, the Suwannee River Water
Management District's Governing Board will meet at 9 M rh 4 1
a.m. at District Headquarters, Hwy 49 and 90 East, Live March 11, 2005
Oak. The meeting is to consider District business and Mon. Tues. Wed. Thurs. i. o z
conduct public hearings on regulatory and land acquisi- 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th Gh
tion matters. A workshop will follow the Governing Breakfast Graham w/S e, reaham Prza Ceast ram
Board meeting. Juice, Milk Milk Juice, Milk Milk Milk
All meetings, workshops, and hearings are open to the Lunch Corn Dog, Chicken Fajia Pizza, Chicken & Turkey
public. Elem. Baked Beans, w/Shells, Green Rice Sandwich,
publi cP.e. nekle Corn Beans, _Baked Poiato
School Mik Lettuce& Fruit C up Cor Los, Lettuce I Includes Frame and Single.Vision lenses. Offer only
Salsa,M aches, A le, l Slices, lk Milk I Coupon required. Regular price $49.
Lunch Hamburger Chicken& Baked Pizza Spaghetti Offer expires March 31, 2005.
(Deli Turkey Noodles Chicken (Chicken Salad (Ham l
SHih Sandwich), (Domino Pizza) (Hamburger w/Saltines), Sandwich), (COUPON)
School French Fries, Steamed Steak), Broccoli, Fresh Tossed Salad,
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Milk Potato Pudding, Milk Bananas, Juice, _____ _l
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Enroll your child in a learning environment with lots of love. E-e ow lass
Tiny Tots is now taking applications for children ages 6 wks. I MYO Sponsored By: Croft's Thrift-Way xress
to 12 yrs. old. Stop by Tiny Tots on 194 S.E. Malone Ave. l PApHAmr a Hwy 27 Hwy.
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50 years and nPerry Elks Lets Talk

still going strong Spring Music ) N
Linda Smith ^ I -StiVal < a I
Tim Kinsey, Director of F w
the Middle Florida Baptist Festival will be held
Assembly Grounds enlight- Saturday, March 5, 9 -"
ended Rotarians on as he put a.m. 5 p.m. on the Delores L. Walker mom's capable hands. In
it "maybe the the best kept se- grounds in front of the Have you had the latest those days of the 40's and
cret in Lafayette County." Perry Lodge. Come join round of the flu? It was a 50's folks didn't go to the 0
Kinsey has been the di- us for a full day of music, question that I had man- shopping malls very of-
rector at Middle Florida for entertainment, arts and aged to answer with a ten. The way we wore the
the past 15 years. He said crafts and good food. heartfelt no, until this past latest fashion was to look Lookirg like a princess in
that this was a mission for Bring your chairs, spread' week-end. I not only con- in the Sears and Roebuck her Easteroufit is my niece
him and his family and he Tim Kinsey, Director of a blanket and enjoy the acted the dumb bug but it catalog, pick out our fa- Caro Tede row way
plans to be there many Middle Florida Baptist As- fesvities fun for the t e sidence in my vorite style and show it to ot o a
took up residence in my vorite style and show it to in Hawaii and has her own
more years. sembly Grounds spoke to entire family. house for almost a mom. music business. Her ownhus-
He and his wife Annette Rotarians. Final round of karaoke h se o most mo music business. Her hus-
have one son and one competition for children week.....yuk!! She would take a good band Nehemiah will release
daughter. Annette teaches as many people as we can ad adults will be held The only advice given look at the picture in the his first gospel CD this year
school in Suwannee Coun- with the best facilities that during the festival was stay in, drink fluids catalog, measure us, then and they plan to come to
ty, therefore he said his we can for as cheap a price Chicken dinners, hot and try not to die, cute out the pattern out of the mainland for a tour.
children attend there, but as we can." dogs, chips, tea, etc. will huh? newspaper. The finished Mayo will be included!!!
they have lived in Lafayette The Camp offers many be for sale during the Seriously, if you do en- dress would be exactly
County for fifteen years. activities such as'softball, noon hour. counter the dreaded vil- what we pictured. The after the long cold winter
Kinsey showed a slide volleyball, basketball, Watch for designated lain, take care of yourself trip to the store would much like the flowers that
presentation of the Assem- horseshoes, fishing/ca- parking areas. and keep in mind that add new shoes, socks, burst out of the ground
bly Grounds, showing all noes, swimming and much Free admission open "this too shall pass." gloves, a hat and pocket- with renewed life and col-
the facilities that they have more. to the public Speaking of things pass- book. We felt like royalty or at this time of the year.
available, such as 8 dormi- The Assembly Grounds, No alcoholic beverages .ing, time sure is because on Easter Sunday as we As you get older you re-
tories, each housing 20 peo- a non-profit organization allowed, here we are in March. The made our way to church alize it's not the putting
pie, an adult center which which was started in 1955, weather over the last days and later in the day to the on of new clothes that
has nine rooms (like motel serves surrounding areas Suwannee reminded us that winter is annual egg hunt. gives you the feeling of
rooms), two fully equipped as well as folks from still around. The down- I carried on the tradition Easter celebration. The
kitchens, a dining hall that Lafayette County. The Chapter of the pour of rains helped green for my children, making newness comes from an
holds 150 people, a 3 bed- camp is located on Pickett everything but it also kept many of the Easter outfits everyday of the year walk
room house which is used Lake, east of the. Midway Florida Trail the cooler temperatures when they were younger, with Jesus. Christ. He is
as extra rooms. There is tower. The address, accord- around, but as time has passed it the only one that can cre-
also a large worship center, ing to Kinsey tells the kind Association Somehow it always just seems easier and of- ate newness of life day af-
conference rooms and of community we live in, it seems to stay cool until af- ten less expensive to make ter day as we commit our
more. is 247 S.E. Salvation Road. meeting ter Easter. Falling this a trip to the store for new lives to him.
Kinsey said that their Only in Mayo could your The Suwannee Chapter of year on March 27, the last Easter clothes. If you are one of those
goal at the Assembly road name state your mis- _, .._.,.r .
goal at the Assembly road name state your mis- the Florida Trail Associa- Sunday of the month, I ex- Hopefully, the trip to that remembers the feel of
Grounds Camp is to "reach sion. tion will hold its monthly pect We need to have a buy your family's Easter patent-leather shoes (I can
Meeting on Monday, March sweater handy to cover up outfits are filled with hap- remember sleeping in
14, at the Suwannee River if you purchase one of py memories that will mine) and crinolines crisp
Water Management District those pretty spring dress- leave impressions upon underneath a full-skirted
from 7-9 PM, on US 90 and es that are tempting us at their minds as those long frilly dress or if you were
'* ^^.' CR 49, 2 miles east of Live the stores. Seeing the col- ago days did for me. a guy dressed in a brand
Oak. The public is wel- orful pastel colors re- Easter is all about new new suit complete with a
come! minds me of the many beginnings. Christians cel- shirt and tie we'd like to
The program will be com- tim
Sposed of forum with e times my mom would sew. ebrate the day inhonor of share your photos during
Madison County Emer- a special Easter dress for Christ's resurrection. It's the month of March with
Madison County Emer-
gency Services to discuss my sister and me. I can the day he put on the new our readers.
emergency preparation still smell the new fabric clothes of the resurrected Put your photos in the
\ and response on the Florida of organdy or dotted one, never to die again. drop box at Croft's Thrift-
'National Scenic Trail.' Swiss that would become We celebrate with him by way or email them to us at
*"""" After the program stay a creation of beauty in my the token of new clothes mayofreepressl@alltel.net
for a discussion about
Suwannee Chapter's up-
coming tours and hikes, MAssembly Grounds
many of which are open to Middle Florida Assembly Grounds
the public.
For more details on the
m t nreocltailsC pe: celebrating 50 years
S" '' '"""meeting: Contact: Chapter celebrating 50 yea
New Rotary member Pam Dennis was welcomed by Pres- Chair, Don Neale, 386/362-
ident Ricky Lyons. 4850, .


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Palomino Mayo
Continued From Page 1A Florida's 67 public school Continued From Page 1A TGIF charters; two $50 gift beauty products from This is going to be a really
districts and other institu- certificates donated by Mayo Sandy's Country Curl; free great evening for the whole
where the students are en- tions. ed hunt in Georgia, guaran- Fertilizer; two $100 savings video rentals and a gift from family. We hope you will
courage to be active and In partnership with the teeing a 15", 8-point buck. bonds from Lighthouse Real- Mayo Video and Gifts; a $25 join us Friday, March 25 at 6
vocal in the process of ac- Department of Education, These two trips will be auc- ty; a spa pedicure from Hair gift certificate from Kim's p.m. for at the Mayo Rotary
quiring the new language. Burdines-Macy's sponsors tioned off to the highest bid- Designs by Michele; a basic Enchanted Florist; Three- First Annual Wild Beast
"It is truly an honor to be the Teacher of the Year Pro- der during the evening, will, drawn up by attorney month full membership Feast! Advance ticket pur-
chosen as Lafayette Coun- gram. Each year, Burdines- While the band takes breaks, Darren Jackson; a 2-hour in- ($128 value) from Mayo Fit- chase is encouraged, ask any
ty's Teacher of the Year, Macy's donates over they'll be giving away lots of terior design consultation ness; a hog hunt, T-shirts and Rotarian, or call Ricky Lyons
said Palomino. $100,000 to the program, dis- door prizes, including a 5- from Heather Jackson; a hair- caps donated by Suwannee 294-1600, Jana Hart 294-1279
She said she doesn't pre- tribute to the Teachers of hour in-shore fishing trip cut from Cindy's Styling Sa- River Ranch and much, or Heather Neill 294-2131.
tend to be the "perfect" the Year and the schools from Edward Thomas of lon; a gift bag filled with much more! See you there!
teacher or to have all of the they serve.
answers to the difficult is- It is truly a gala year for M iddle
Issues facing public education the recipients with the Flori-
Sbut is just one teacher doing da Teacher of the Year serv- Continued From Page 1A year of continuous service Theo Sapp who accepted and Taylor Baptist Associa-
what she loves and having a ing as the representative and the Assembly started with the call into the ministry and tions.
.great time. spokesperson for the teach- dormitories with 20 beds the vision of Newton and in 1952 asked his brother Located on beautiful Pick-
"To me, that's what teach- ing profession. The Ambas- each, 11 private rooms, Naomi Hewitt Sapp in the Delmer to donate the land ett lake in Lafayette County
ing, is all about....real people sador will travel throughout eight conference rooms, late 1800s. Settling in the that Mother Sapp's vision of the Assembly is an ideal re-
- who love kids and want to the state speaking to educa- two kitchens, a dining hall Pickett Lake community af- a place for children to learn treat for Christian groups of
, see them succeed." conclud- tors, students, parents, busi- and a 200 seat chapel. The ter their marriage God about Jesus became a reality, all ages.
ed Palomino. ness leaders and civic Assembly has been visited blessed them with 10 chil- Middle Florida Baptist Coming to the Assembly
Palomino will be consid- groups. The Teacher of the by some 150,000 people of dren. For more than 40 years Assembly is a non-profit or- in 1990, Camp Manager Tim
ered for regional and state Year also participates in the whom more than 20,000 Mother Sapp taught her ganization owned by the Kinsey can be reached by
Teacher of the Year during National Teacher of the Year have made life changing de- children and other children Beulah, Harmony, phone at 386-935-0608 or
the year as her name is in- Program as the state's dele- cisions for Jesus Christ. about Jesus. Lafayette, Middle Florida, email at web@baptist-
cluded with teachers from gate. Now celebrating its 50th It was through her son, Santa Fe River, Suwannee camp.com.

Continued From Page 1A stands for clean-up, mak- of a tax attorney, certified ple directions during a hur- If not salvaged, any High concentration of
ing double work for the public accountant and/or ricane or tornado. These young pines (30 feet and weakened trees and
how to deal with their crews who bail the pine consulting forester is usu- winds stress and twist shorter) leaning 30 degrees downed woody material
-damaged or destroyed straw said Vann. ally necessary to arrive at wood fiber and can ad- or more will not recover, over small area also in-
Stimber. For tax purposes: The the best course of action in versely impact tree com- Young pine trees leaning creases chances of cata-
Locally, County Forester first thing all landowners any given individual situa- mercial value in the future. 15 degrees or less should strophic insect outbreaks.
SDavid Morris said the should do in the aftermath tion. Local forester can also Uprooted, leaning, broken recover. Pines taller than 30 Conversely, if damaged
most damage was done to of a hurricane is to docu- provide documentation of and otherwise tangled feet can have more lean and weakened timber is
five to seven year old trees. ment the catastrophic the quality and quantity of trees decrease loggers' pro- than younger pines and spread throughout larger
: Morris said these trees suf- event and suffered timber the timber lost. ductivity by 30 to 50 per- still recover. However, for areas, the likelihood of
fered the most wind dam- losses. One way to do that Timber salvage is justi- cent. This further reduces good stand prospects most large scale, insect induced
age with him seeing about is to save a copy of the local fied if the harvested mater- stumpage value timber trees should not lean more pine mortality will be less.
S3 to 7 percent damage in newspaper to document ial is merchantable, profits owners can expect from a than 20 degrees. If the lean Unlike pines, wind-dam-
Sthe trees that he has been the hurricane itself, and can offset any tax benefit, hurricane salvage opera- or wind throw exposed or aged hardwoods with a
called to look at in the take pictures to show the or outbreak of tree killing tion. Stumpage is reduced damaged roots, it is better portion of the roots still at-
county. actual property damage insects is likely. The mer- even more, if site accessi- the tree is removed, most tached to the ground may
Benita Byrd of local busi- before any cleanup or sal- chantability of the dam- ability is limited by wet pine trees will die if their survive 6-12 months. How-
ness, Byrd Logging said vage operations begin. aged timber is limited for ground conditions because tops are completely broken ever, the wood quality will
their company has logged Timber losses from a hurri- obvious reasons of dimin- of hurricane related rains off. If three or more large begin to degrade much
several areas recently that cane or other natural disas- ished quality and internal or natural wetness of the limbs are left after the top sooner than that. Limb
are wind damaged. "Most ters may be claimed as a wood tearing, which is not site. In addition, after a ma- breaks off, the tree may breakage in hardwoods is
of them are young trees af- "casualty ,loss" if there is readily apparent. In addi- jor storm, there is a tempo- survive, but it's growth not a serious problem as in
fected by the hurricane no timber salvaged, or as tion, blue stain fungus rary wood glut on the mar- will be adversely affected. pines since' most hard-
winds," said Byrd. an "involuntary conver- causes further quality loss ket, which is yet another Pine bark beetles out- woods sprout and can re-
Another aspect of loss sion" if the timber is sal- in timber harvested past factor depressing wood breaks, which can kill re- build their crowns.
was the pine straw busi- vaged. The tax rules gov- the first 4-6 weeks after a prices. On site wood chip maining live pines, are For more information
ness said Lafayette County earning the applicability of storm. Even the health of production may be prefer- more likely if dry condi- contact you local County
Agent Chris Vann. Due to "casualty loss" and invol- standing trees is usually af- able under some circum- tions prevail in the in the Forester at 294-1001. Or
the damage, workers had untary conversion" are fected by high velocity stances over harvesting spring and early summer you can go online at
to go back into the tree complicated and the advice winds coming from multi- round wood products. after the hurricane season. http://disaster.usda.gov.

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MayoLegals ~MayoLegals Worship Safety Act will better
Lafayette Little League will be accepting bids
for pictures for the 2005 Little League Baseball Please take notice that the Three Rivers Re-
season. Please send all bids to Lafayette Little gional Library Board will hold a meeting on p rl f edm
League, P.O. Box 862, Mayo, FL 32066. We Thursday, March 10, 2005, at 7 p.m., at these
will accept bids through Friday, March 11, Dixie County Public Library, in Cross City, harlie Crist,
2005. Florida. Charlie Crist, Just as in our homes, we expect to these members of the Florida Legis-
2/24-3/10-3-DAll interested persons are invited to attend and Florida Attorney General be safe in our places of worship, and lature on a "Worship Safety Act"
---- be heard. Please be advised, that if a person On November 22, 2004, worshipers the law should work to ensure that that will better protect our citizens. *i
NOTICE decides to appeal any decision made by the 1 at This new law would enhance
NOTBoardwithrespectto anymatterconsidered gatheredat St. Anthony's parish in safety. This new law would enhance penal-
Notice is hereby given that the Board of Coun- at such hearing, that person will need a record Ft. Lauderdale to practice their faith. While we are all potential victims ties for offenses that involve the use
ty Commissioners of Lafayette County, Florida of the proceedings, and that, for such pur-
will consider a Resolution changing the name pose, he/she may need to ensure that a ver- The morning service was a part of of crime in our homes or in our cars, or threat of physical force or violence
of the Mayo Community Recreation Complex batim record of the proceedings is made, their normal routine, but this morn- Florida law carries no stiffer penalty if those crimes are committed in ;
to 'Edward Perry Sports Complex." Said hear- which record includes the testimony and evi-
ing shall be on March 14, 2005, at 11 o'clock dence upon which the appeal is to be based, ing would turn out to be anything for crimes committed in a place that places of worship. Stiffer penalties
at the Board of County Commission Meeting
Room at the Lafayette County Courhouse in "Person with disabilities requesting reason- but normal. many Floridians view just as person- should make criminals think twice
MayoFlorida. able accommodationto participate in this pro- As the Mass was about to begin, ally, their place of worship. about violating the sanctity of our
ceding should contact (352) 498-1200 (Voice
The proposed Resolution may be inspected by & TDD) or via Florida Relay Service at (800) masked intruders burst in, robbed The law provided special protec- churches, synagogues, temples and
the public at the Clerk of the Circuit Court's of- 955-8771.
Ihce at the Lafayette County Courthouse, 3/3-1-D the parishioners at gunpoint and tions against carjacking or home in- mosques.
Mayo, Lafayette County, Florida. stole not only their possessions but vasion robbery, but not for robberies There is a need for this legislation,
All members of the public are welcome to at- PUBLIC NOTICE their sense of security. What kind of committed in a place that should be a and it was put best by St. Anthony
tnd. Noce is furtho hereby given, pursuant The Lafayette County Commission will receive morally bankrupt individual would sanctuary from crime. Fortunately, priest Father Jerry Singleton when he
to Florida Statute 286.0105, that any person sealed bids on the following parcel of land, Lot
or persons deciding to appeal any matter con- 10 King ubdivision BookA" Page 127 choose to single outpeople of faith to thanks to the leadership of Represen- told the South Florida Sun-Sentinel
recordofa the p h hearing nday needtoenure oximately.51 acres).Th sealed bids e be crime victims? The answer is: the tatives Tim Ryan and Jack Seller, as that "(I)t's a message that in a soci-
record of the hearing and may need to ensure due in the Clerk of Court's office by 12:00 p.m.
ha a verbatim record of the predin t on Friday, March 11 2005. The Clerk of worst kind. well as Senator Jeff Atwater, we have ety, even a crime-ridden one, there
be made, which record includes the testimony urts office is on the first floor of the Court-
and evidence upon which the appeal is to be house in Mayo, Florida. The bids will be Robbery is a crime that needs to be an opportunity to create the same are still some things that should be
based openedat 10:00 a.m.during a regular meeting prosecuted no matter where it takes stiff penalties for crimes occurring in considered sacred."
DATD this 23, dy of F 2, b R of the County Commission in their meeting
St day f Feb. 25 y RY room on the second floor of the Courthouse in place, but there is an extra sense of our places of worship as those that Floridians have the fundamental
the Board of County Commissioners of yo, Forida, The meeting wi begn at 9:00 vulnerability among those who visit apply to crimes involving our homes right to worship without fear. Let us
Lathe Board of County Commissioners of a.m. on Monday, March 14, 2005.
3a/3-310-2-Dunt Florida. their church, synagogue, mosque, and vehicles, further solidify that right by sup-
The Board of County Commissioners of
Lafayette County, Florida reserves the right to temple or other place of worship. I am pleased to be working with porting this measure.
NOTICE OF HEARING reject any and all bids, to waive formalities, to
re-advertise and award the bid to the best in-
The Lafayette County School Board will con- terest of Lafayette County, Florida and to ac-
duct a public hearing on Tuesday, March 15, cept the highest and best bid.
2005 at 10:45 a.m. to consider amending the
following Rule: By Order of:
Curtis 0. Hamlin, Chairman Newspaper love Let us offer please clear- Send l to:
STUDENT PROGRESSION PLAN Lafayette County CommissonNewspaper readerslove published. Let us offer writer, pleasewrite clear- Send lettersto:
The Board has considered the economic im- 2/24-3/3-2-D letters to the editor. And you a few letter-writing ly. If need be, print. The Mayo Free Press
The Board has considered the economic im-
pact of the amended Rule, and upon approval newspaper editors love suggestions: Mayo Free Press requires P.O. Box 248
and adoption of this policy by the School PUBLIC NOTICE newspaper e s le s: Fe re ir
Board, Lafayette County Schools will comply letters to the editor. *Keep it short, about your name to be published Mayo, Fl. 32066 or you
with the guidelines set forth for student pro- The Lafayette County Commissioners will be
Sguidelines set forth for sud accepting Sealed Bids forte followingr- Letters let us know what 150 to 200 words is nice to with your submitted let- can drop it by the office lo-
plus equpmnt. The sealed bids are due in OU think. Letters provide read. ters. We can no longer cated in the Southern Sky
Statutory Authority: Section 1001.41, Florida the Clerk of Circuit Courts office by 9 a.m. ontters read. terms. We can no longer theSky
Statutes Laws Implemented: Section 1008.25; Monday, March 14, 2005. The bids will be great reading. Letters offer Don't rant. Nothing print unsigned letters in Building in Mayo.
1003.43, Florida Statutes State Board of Edu- opened at a regular scheduled meeting of the
cation Rule: 6A-1.09411 Board of County Commissioners on Monday, valuable feedback. turns readers away like a the the Mayo Free Press.
March 14, 2005 at 10 a.m. Listed below is a We want to give you the misguided rant. Aim for a
Copies of this amended Rule of the Lafayette list of the surplus equipment: We want o give you the misguided rant. Aim for a
County School Board is available for public in- o ortunit torespondto rational sup- TA
section at the Office of the Superintendent of Equipment/Serial Number: opportunity to respond to rational argument sup- T A B E T ests/G E D
Schools, Lafayette County School Board, 363 1. Panasonic Fax Machine 6FBRE147034 stories that we report on ported by facts and fig-
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Fredric W. Ward, Superintendent of Schools 4.Swintec Calculator 0407167 opportunity to express Be topical. Know the TS t N
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IF A PERSON DECIDES TO APPEAL ANY 6. IBM DMV 2344074 your viewpoint concern- issues that are in the news. Monday March 7 Photo ID required Pre-
DECISION MADE BY THE BOARD, WITH 7. Daradyne DMV 607099 your viewpoint onern- issues that are in the news. Monday, March 7, 14, Photo ID required. Pre-
RESPECT TO ANY MATTER CONSIDERED 8. Pitney Bowes Electric Postal Scale ing issues that have been Letters focused on issues, and 28 at 6 p.m. Tues- registration is required.
WILL NEED A RECORDOFTHE PROCEED- 9.2SurgeSuppressorw/cable addressed or issues that particularly local issues, days, March 1, 8, 15, and To register please call
NEED TO ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM The Board of County Commissioners reserves yOU feel need to be ad- are the best read. 29 at 1:30 p.m. TABE (Test 850 / 973-9451.
RECORD OFTHE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE, the right to reject any and all bids. dressed. All letters will be Expect to be edited. Al- of Adult Basic Education) GED Testing
MONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH THE By Order of: read. Not all letters will be though the Mayo Free at NFCC Technical Cen- North Florida Commu-
APPEAL IS TO BE BASED. Curtis O. Hamlin, Chairman
2/24-3/10-3-D LafayetteCounty Boardof Commissioners Press makes every effort ter, Madison. TABE is re- nity College will conduct
RECEIVING SEALED BIDS 3/3-3/10-2-D not to, all newspapers quired for acceptance into GED tests March 15 and :
The Lafayette C B PUBLIC NOTCICEo /SoJoa r should reserve the right to vocational/technical pro- 16, at 6 P.M. in the NFCC
The Lafayette County School Board will re- dit t atrin t grams. Photo ID re- Technical Center on the
ceive sealed bids for the following: The Lafayette County Commission will consid- edit without watering e grams. Photo ID re- Technical Center on the
SALE OF SURPLUS SCHOOL VEHICLES er hardship exemptions for the 2005 Special writer's point of view. quired. Pre-registration is Madison campus. Persons
Assessment that have been applied for in the Be legible. If youdon't required. To register takingthetests willbere-
Bid pas my be pd up at L e Tax Collector's office.The notice of exemption Deadline isyou
outy cooi requests were provided with the 24-05 have a computer or a type- please call 850/973-9451. quired to furnish a Photo
County School Board, Monday through Friday bills. The requests will be considered at a reg- Thursday, co. q r s
between the hours of 8a.m. and 3p.m. ular meeting of the Board Monday, March 14, ID. NFCC holds GED
Bidsmu tda 2005 at 10 k.m. The meeting will be in |he Mai|c 4l at5J preparation courses free.i
Bids must be returned by 3 p.m., Monday, Commissioners Room at the Courthouse in preparationcourses free
March 14, 2005, at which time bids will be Mayo, Florida.in i et*pr
opened The School Board will award bid on Florida. Winner will be of charge; there is a fee for ,
Tuesday, March 15, 2005,10:30 a.m. rrof
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Basketball season concludes for Hornets
The Mayo Hornets saw 14-0 run to start the sec- Derek Garland, the game
their basketball season of- ond half closed the door in Gainesville was a great
ficially come to a close in on the Hornets season and experience for his team
Gainesville last Thursday a nice late season run over since they are very young. -
night dropping a 71-39 some very good teams. They saw what they need i
first round regional game Scoring for the Hornets to do to compete on the
to PK Young. was Thomas Parker with level of a PK Young or
Mayo held their own 10 points, Cody Page 9, Trinity Catholic. I am
early with the score tied Michael Kelly 8, Dustin very proud of this team,
12-12. A frustrated group Geiger and Jamaal Reid "said Garland". We may .
of Blue Wave sent their with 3 points each, Chris not always execute, but- .. ... .
second teamers into the Lisk 4 and Joseph Ed- the guys always gave me ,..;,
game and stretched that wards with 2. everything they had each .
lead out on a nice run. A According to Coach time out.
The Hornet defense on the move. Coach Garland was very happy with the efforts of his
entire team this year. They always gave it their all.


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Powe and Thomas on the defense. A great job was turned in by both down the stretch
of the season. Both will return next year in what should be a great season. i .

Lady Hornets open .:..
defense of D district T title #12 Page goes to the glass. Expect a big year in 2005-06 on the hardwood as some tal-
defense of District Ti tle ented youth is coming his way for his senior year.
The Lady Hornets hosted their opening key play because Land found a gap for a
district contest against Hamilton County, single-and stole second base leaving run- JV Ly
and even though the game was tougher ners at second and third, but could not Varsity Boys V Lady H o
than expected, Mayo prevailed 11-2. score in the inning.
The seniors Stacey Lewis and Chandra In the bottom of the fourth, Lewis led Baseb l st
Shine took advantage of a couple of first the inning off scorching a line drive over BaSe ll st f ur
inning errors in the Jasper outfield to get the center field fence to push the lead to SuwannDee 9 Mayo 1
the Hornets the early 2-0 advantage, but 3-1 for Mayo. The Mayo junior varsity team played four games over
Jasper fought back to tie the game in the In the bottom of the fifth inning, Walk- The Lafayette High the past couple of weeks, and came away with two wins
second inning. The score remained tied er gave the Hornets life with a double, School baseball team and two losses.
until a two out rally in the third, once but once again Mayo could not get the opened up the season on First up in Perry, the ladies prevailed behind the pitch-
again led by the senior duo of Shine and key hit to score the runner, the home field against ing of Cara Young in recording an 8-3 win. Kailey Sapp
Lewis. Lewis drew the walk and stole a The Lady Indians would tie the score in Suwanne and fell 9-1. was able to cross the plate for 3 runs while delivering a
base, while Shine connected on a RBI sin- the top of the sixth scoring two runs off Despite the loss, there single in the game. Krystyn Millard dealt the Lady Bull-
gle to give Mayo a 3-2 lead. three singles and a sac fly. was a ton of positives in dogs a big blow with a double.
In the fourth inning, Mayo would bat Thomas would close the door on the season opener. Other hitters included Cierra Watson and Brandie Mar-
around where the biggest obstacle was Chiefland however striking out the last Five pitchers were lenee, with Casey Ogden and Ashton Shaw'scoring two
the base paths being full of Hornets run- two batters of the inning to keep the used in the opener. The runs each while Watson scored a run.
ning over each other. Kayla Hood led score tied leaving runners in scoring po- only inning that really A trip to Monticello resulted in a 14-7 loss for the young
things off with a double. Pitcher Danielle sition. hurt the Hornets was ladies. Despite the loss, Millard continued to hit the ball
Thomas laid down a perfect bunt, and Mayo would threaten in the bottom of the fifth. Mayo had held well with a double and scored a run. Ogden managed
Kayla Smith came in as a pinch runner-to the sixth after a leadoff single by Ashley their own only trailing two hits on the night while scoring a run. Other hitters
steal second. After a walk to Shelly Shep- Myers down the left field line. She 2-0 going into the in- was Sapp and Marlenee.
pard, Katy Jo Walker drew an RBI walk would be forced out at second, but Lewis ning. The Bulldogs The ladies were happy to get back home to face Jasper.
with the bases loaded. Natalie Land would reach second on a throwing error would only get one hit, Mayo had little trouble handling the Lady Trojans 25-1.
Same to bat and delivered a crushing 2 to first. After a walk to Chandra Shine, but 5 walks, a hit batter, Hitters in the game was Kelsey Land, Lindsey Hamlin,
RBI double to put Mayo up 6-2. Ashley Heather Smith advanced the runners to 2 passed balls would Sunshine Reid, Tabitha Weedle, 2RBIs, Toni Jackson and
Myers followed with an RBI single and second and third following a deep fly produce 5 Bulldog runs Ashton Shaw. Land took advantage of 3 walks to score. 5
Mayo was finally cruising. The damage ball. The runners would be left there fol- to put the Hornets in a runs in the game.
was not yet complete however as Lewis lowing a Hornets strikeout, hole, 7-0. Mayo stayed at home to face Madison County, and did
and Shine were coming up. Both reached Chiefland would take advantage of an Mayo started things a nice job on the mound with Hamlin and Land sharing
Son errors to set the stage for Heather error and two passed balls to get a runner quickly in the bottom of the pitching duties holding the Lady Cowboys to a 4-2
Smith. Smith had launched one over the to third, but an incredible play in left the first after #32 kept win in a well played game defensively. Hamlin recorded
fence against Aucilla, and was certainly field at the fence by Shine on a deep fly the Bulldogs off the 4 strikeouts while Land had 2.
looking to drive the ball again. The result ball sent the game into extra innings after scoreboard in the top of Marlenee put Mayo on the scoreboard in the first inning
was a 3 RBI triple, which was followed Mayo could not get anything going in the first striking out a after drawing a walk and stole two bases. She would also
with an RBI grounder by Hood scoring their half of the inning, batter and only allowing score the second run in the second inning in the same
Smith from third and the Hornets had ex- The top of the eighth inning spelled one hit. Ty Fillyaw sent fashion. Hitting the ball for the Hornets was Land for the
ploded for an 11-2 lead. doom for Mayo. A leadoff single and a a one out double down only hit of the game.
Much to the credit of Jasper, the game hit batter put runners at first and second, the left field line to put Both the varsity.and JV squads have two big games this
did go the distance, to the outstanding but a great running catch by Land had the Hornets in business, week. Tonight, they host rival Trenton in a rematch of last
pitching by Thomas which accounted for recorded the second out of the inning. A passed ball sent the years' district championship game. Friday night, the
6 strikeouts was enough to give the Lady But three singles and a triple which runner to third. Aaron ladies travel over the bridge to face longtime rival Bran-
. Hornets a district win. cleared the bases put the Indians up for Gresham attempted to ford. The Lady Bucs are winless on the season at this
Thomas improved her record to 3-0 on good for the final 7-3 score. bring the runner home point, but both district losses have been by a lone run with
the season. She would also go 2-4 with The Indians managed 12 hits off winning runs left of the bases against Bronson and Bell. It
the bat. Shine also went 2-4 on the night Thomas handing the first loss of the sea- SEE VARSITY, PAGE 10A should be a good one.
-. with a double, son to the talented ace. Thomas would
Danielle Thomas only allowed one strike out seven batters, while only walk- ,
baserunner in the top of the inning. Kay- ing one. batter and hit one batter pitching .
la Smith hit a leadoff single and was the entire eight innings in a nice effort. end of tr
moved over to second on a well placed Offensi'ely, Mayo did get eight hits ..
Sbunt by Katy Jo Walker. Natalie Land with Smith ,going 2-4, Walker 2-3, one
followed outrunning an infield hit to first double, Land 2-4, including a double,
Base after a hard shot off the pitcher. and Lewis 2-3,\with a homerun.
Land would take third after an attempted The win leaves Chiefland all alone in
tag on Smith at third. Stacey Lewis first place in the district standings at 3-0.
would draw a walk to load the bases be- Friday night, th.Lady Hornets would
Sore an errant throw by the Indians to rebound with a s uggish performance,
first base allowed Smith and Land to but prevailed witl a 14-12 win over
score for an early 2-0 Mayo lead. Madison County.
SA two out rally by Chiefland with a The Lady Cowboys led off with a hit,
couple of hits allowed the Indians to get and took advantage of an error and a
a run in the top of the second after the passed ball to take a quick 3-0 lead.
umpire ruled interference advancing the Starting pitcher Thomas would finally
runner from third. bring the inning to a close striking Mayo -
i Chiefland threatened again in the answered in the bottom on the inning
third, but a timely strikeout by Thomas with Shine taking advantage of a bases
land great play at the shortstop position loaded situation with a 2 RBI single fol-
by Land kept Mayo narrowly in front. lowing a two out rally starting with
Mayo tried to get something going in ,Walker outrunning a throw to first, an er- i
the bottom of the inning following Kayla ror allowing Myers to reach and a walk
Smith reaching on an error, but a bunt to Lewis. Walker and Myers would score
was well played by Chiefland getting the The junior varsity team is getting better with each game. This is going to be a great unit
speedster at second. It turned out to be a SEE LADY, PAGE 10A by the end of the year due to their hard work and dedication to the Hornets uniform.
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Lady Recreation League
Continued From Page 9A Madison loaded the advantage of a couple of
bases in the top of the passed balls to cross home W eek
to draw Mayo within a 3-2 fourth without getting the plate and give the Hornets Another great Saturday scored 14. Kolton Bell added Omar Vences with 12 points,
score. ball out of the infield, and the lead at 14-11. morning which produced the final two points of the tal- while Lee Jones scored 10
Madison would get an- then launched a triple of Thomas had left the some very close games. The ly. points. Chad Morris
other run in their half of their own to tie the score game after the first inning, ladies seem to always have Scoring for the Rockets dropped in 4 points, and
the second, but Mayo an- at 10. Madison took the She had pitched 8 innings nail biters, but the guys was Ryan Powers and Rod- Taylor Fain scored his first
swered with a seven run lead in the fifth taking ad- the night before and was a turned in one of those this ney Brown, both with 4 basket of the year for 2
outburst taking advantage vantage of three walks little soar. But she came past week also. points, while Nick Singletary points.
of 4 walks, and a key 3 RBI and a hit to score their back into the game in the The opening game for the added a basket for two The leading scorers for the
triple by Land. Myers al- eleventh run. final inning after Land Ladies saw the Hornets hold points. Michael Morgan hit a league after four weeks is
lowed Land to score on a Mayo came back in the was struggling walking off the Lakers after building free throw for the Rockets. 1)Arthur Sellers, Nuggets 68,
sac fly, with Lewis taking bottom of the sixth to take the first two batters. an 11 point lead after three In one of the most exciting 2)Mel Jones, Nuggets 51,
advantage of a walk and a 14-11 lead. Smith led off Thomas was able to get quarters. The final score was games this season, the Heat 3)Lee Jones, Celtics, 30,
stole a couple of bases to the inning drawing a the next two batters on a 29-26, with Laketrice Smith picked up their first win of 4)Ryan Powers, Rockets, 28,
complete the nice inning, walk, and then Land tied strikeout and a fly ball be- leading the way for the Hor- the season with a thrilling 29- 5)mar Vences, Celtics, 27;
Mayo struck again in the score with an RBI fore a single loaded the nets with 23 points. Also 28 win over the Celtics. The 6)Rodney Brown, Rockets,
the third with Land once triple. Walker bunted bases. Land made a great scoring was Marlene Gonza- Celtics controlled the first pe- 26, 7)Treston Whidden,
again striking with a two safely to put runners at running scoop of a hit ball lez with 4 points, while Deli- riod jumping out to a 12-5 Heat, 23, 8)Dylan Harrelson,
out double scoring Kayla the corners. Lewis and fired to Myers at first cia Smith added the final two lead, but the lead was cut to Rockets, 20, 9)Kolden Bell;
Smith following her two reached the base paths to finally put an end to the points of the tally. three by the half. The second Nuggets, 18, 10)Juan Cama.
out single for a 10-6 lead. again on a walk and took game. The Lakers were led by half saw the Heat take com- cho, Heat, 13.
Shallica McNabb with 12, mand and held on down the For the ladies top scorers:
S_____while Heidi Hendricks stretch to secure the win. 1) Rhoda Reid, Knights, 63,
Varstyturned in another great effort Treston Whidden led the 2) Chelsey Kelly, Knights, 50;
scoring 10 points. CeCe Jack- Heat with 11 points. Jimmie 3) Heidi Hendricks, Lakers)
Continued From Page 9A brought in for the third sixth, the Bulldogs son scored the other 4 points Reid had a great game scor- 44, 4) Laketrica Smith, Hor*
and fourth inning. After brought some heat to the of the game. ing 8 points, while Frank nets, 41, 5) Delicia Smith
by putting the ball in getting the first two bat- plate. After the first two In the late game, the Lady Cook dropped in 6 points. Hornets, 31, 6) Shanqueta
play, but not only was the ters, the Bulldogs batters were unable to get Tigers were able to prevail in Also scoring for the Heat Brown, Tigers, 30, 6) Shalliea
runner caught in a run launched a long double to good contact, the on-deck a thrilling 24-23 win over the was Juan Camacho and McNabb, Lakers, 30, 8) Mar
down coming home, but center field.. A passed hitter, Ty Fillyaw came to Lady Knights. It took the Willie Smith, both with 2 lene Gonzales, Hornets, 28;
so was Gresham in a in- ball moved the runner to the plate knowing the scoring of Julia Barnes with points. 9) Julia Barnes, Tigers, 27, 10)
ning ending double play. third, but another passed harder the pitch, the fur- 14 points and Mary Thomas The Celtics was led by CeCe Jackson, Lakers, 20.
The Bulldogs would ball resulted in Gresham their the ball would travel Hart scoring 8 points to lift
take advantage of a lead- getting the ball quickly to on contact. He was right! the Tigers in the final period. i '---
off walk in the second first baseman Ty Fillyaw Fillyaw launched a deep For the Lady Knights,
with a triple and a single to get the runner at home fly ball over the center Rhoda Reid scored 9 points,
to score two runs Clint and end the inning, field fence that gave the with Chelsey Kelly scoring 8 --
Keen would try to get In the sixth inning, the Hornets their only run of points. Shantasia Thomas -
things started in the sec- Bulldogs were able to the game, and their third scored 6 points which helped i
ond for the Hornets with take advantage of a walk hit. the Knights to the early lead. ,
a leadoff single, but after and an error with a 2 RBI Colby Keen came into In boys action, the early
being moved to second by single to complete their the game in the seventh to game saw the Nuggets con- '
Kris Pearson, the Bulldog scoring. The inning take the mound, and shut tinue making short work of '., ; -
pitching collected two would come to an end af- the door on the Bulldogs the opposition, downing the,,, ,
strikeouts to end the in- ter Gresham recorded his, striking out two batters, Rockets 33-15. The three -
ning. third strikeout, while only allowing one scorers for the Nuggets was ... ____
Kalem Jackson was In the bottom of the baserunner on a walk. Mel Jones leading the way The Lady Knights and the Lady Tigers also had a tough
with 17, while the leagues' struggle with the Tigers hanging on fora thrilling one point
College Plact Ts leading scorer Arthur Sellers win.
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Al Alvarado promoted to general manager of Eddie Accardi in Lake City
The Eddie Accardi family let-Mazda dealership when it trained and qualified employ- charitable activities, automotive car and truck lines
of dealerships has remained opened in September of 1998. ees, parts inventories, service "We value relationships with to its original line-up of vehi-
Scommitted to excellence at all "We are in the business for facilities and equipment. customers and a variety of cles in order to provide more
-;- its locations, the long term," stated Alavara- "Our dealership is commit- businesses to build your trust and more customers the satis-
: This week it was announced do. ted to the community, employ- and your loyalty." faction of being able to join the
-2 - that Al Alvarado has been pro- "We have met factory de- ing skilled professionals, gen- Alvarado went on to say the Eddie Accardi family.
1- moted to general manager for mands for substantial invest- rating tax revenues and par- Chevrolet division of General "I look forward to seeing
P. the Eddie Accardi Chevrolet- ments in land, buildings, ticipating in civic, cultural and Motors has added a number of you," he said.
SMazda dealership in Lake
City. Rick extraordinary
He will be in charge of full Rick Marler, entrepreneur extraordinary
operations in new and used ve-
hicle sales, as well as the ser-
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S41Alvarado "Al represents the best and
Al Alvarado has had a major brightest to our dealerships," .
involvement in the automotive stated Eddie Accardi, owner of -. .
scene in North Florida for the Eddie Accardi Motor
two decades. Company of Florida.
As the area has grown, so "He has strong, fair and f W .
ias the family of dealerships honest management skills."
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6:30-8 p.m., when school is Commissioners' Board 386-963-4205 or Pam Net- 6787 (Press 2) Ext. 114.
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three activities during the Hamilton County Coun- p.m., first Tuesday, St. McAlpin Community
summer, as well as a week of cil on Aging, Inc. Needs Luke's Episcopal Church. Club Regular monthly
SlDay Camp. volunteer drivers for the Contact Don Strickland, 386- meetings are held on the sec-
Disabled American Veter- home-delivered meals pro- 362-5146. ond Monday at 7 p.m., begin-
ans Chapter No. 126 Sec- gram. If you enjoy helping Live Oak Christian ning with a covered dish din-
ond Thursday, 6 p.m., 226 others and are interested or Home Educators meet first ner. Everyone is
I Parshley St., S.W. Call 386- need more information, Thursday of every month. If welcome. The purpose of the
S362-1701. please contact Dorsey Stubbs you are looking for a strong Club is to acquaint members
fiO IR |Florida Gateway Charter at Council on Aging, 1509 home school support group of the community with all the
Chapter of the American S.W. First Street in Jasper or please contact Pat, 386-364- services that are available in
Business Women's Associa- call 386-792-1136. 1734. the County. For info on
tion meets on the second Hamilton County Devel- Live Oak Garden Club scheduled speakers, call
Thursday of each month. opment Authority meets Monthly from Sept.-May. Grant Meadows Jr., 386-935-
EMembership is open to all the second Thursday, at 7 The Morning Glories day 9316 or Shirley Jones, 386-
Monthly Meetings able to travel to either his area women who either own p.m., at 204 NE 1st St., San- group-third Friday and the 963-5357. For info on rent-
Allen Boyd (D-North Panama City or Tallahassee their own business or are em- dlin Building, Jasper. For Night Bloomers night group- ing the building, call Kristie
Florida) Staff Live Oak offices, played otherwise. Everyone more info, call 386-792- third Tuesday, 1302 S.W. Harrison at 386-364-3400.
Third Wednesday, City Coun- Alzheimer's Support is welcome to attend. For 6828. Eleventh Street, Live Oak. MOMS Club Second
cil Chambers, City Hall, 101 Group Third Thursday, more info, please call Sandy Hamilton County Tourist Live Oak Senior Citizens Wednesday, 11:15 a.m. at the
SE White Ave., Live Oak, Marvin E. 'Jones Building, Harrison at 386-754-0434 or Development Council- meet at 10:30 a.m., first fellowship hall of Bethel
9:30-11:30 a.m. You may Dowling Park, 3:30 p.m. Call 386-752-0516. meets the second Wednesday, Monday of the month at the Missionary Baptist Church.
reach Congressman Boyd by Cindy Erskin at 386-658- Friends of Suwannee Riv- at 12 noon, at 204 NE 1st Exhibition II Building, Coli- Go West on US 90 seven
calling 202-225-5235 or his 5700. er State Park monthly St., Sandlin Building, Jasper. seum Complex, 1302 SW miles from 1-75, and 1-1/2
web site at American Legion Post board meeting are held the For more info, call 386-792- Eleventh St., Live Oak. miles from the
www.house.gov/Boyd. Con- 107 First Thursday, 12-2 second Tuesday of the month 6828. Members have the opportu- Columbia/Suwannee County
gressman Boyd's staff visit p.m., Suwannee River Re- at 7 p.m. at the Suwannee Home and Community nity to take part in escorted line, 12 miles from Live Oak.
so that the people of Suwan- gional Library, South Ohio River State Park. For info, Educators (HCE) the tours. For more info, call For more info, call 386-397-
nee County have the opportu- Ave. Call Clair McLauchlin contact Membership Chair council meets on the first Lula Herring at 386-364- 1254 or e-mail MOM-
nity to discuss in person is- at 386-362-3524 or Richard Walter Schoenfelder 850- Friday of the month at 9:30 1510. NOTE: March meet- S C 1 u b o fL iv e O a k -
sues of concern to them. Con- Buffington at 386-364-5985. 971-5354. or e-mail a.m. at the Suwannee County ing canceled, next meeting LakeCityFl@alltel.net
gressman Boyd's staff has Branford Camera Club wbs@surfbest.net Extension Office, Coliseum April 4. Nursing Mom's Group -
been trained to assist con- Regular club meetings, 7:30 Girl Scout Leaders First Complex, Eleventh Street, Suwannee Valley Hu- Second Friday, 10 a.m.,
stituents with a variety of is- p.m., third Thursday, Bran- Monday, 7 p.m. Girl Scouts Live Oak. They welcome mane Society Animal Shel- Suwannee River Regional
sues related to various feder- ford Library, Contact Carolyn of Gateway Council will new members. For further in- ter The monthly meeting Library. Call Michelle, 386-
al agencies. It is important to Hogue 386-935-2044. meet at the Woman's Club, formation call 386-362- will be held on the second 776-2955, for more info.
the Congressman that his Cub Scout Pack No. 408 Call Mary Check-Cason, 2771. Monday of the month at noon Remembering the Loss of
staff make themselves avail- Committee meets monthly 386-362-4475. Jasper City Council at the shelter. For more info, Your Baby An open sup-
able for those who are not on the second Tuesday, 6:30 Hamilton County Gov- Meeting Second Monday, 6 contact the toll-free number: port group for families who
p.m., at the Live Oak Church ernmental Monthly Meet- p.m., Jasper City Hall. 866-Adoptl2 (866-236- have experienced the loss of
of Christ, 1497 Irvin Ave (SR ings Bellville Volunteer Jasper Lions Club Meet- 7812). Located on Bisbee a baby through miscarriage,
51 South). Anyone interested Fire/Rescue executive board: ing Second and fourth Loop (use the south en- ectopic pregnancy, stillbirth,
is welcome to attend. Call second Monday of each Tuesday, 7 p.m., Roosters trance). In Lee off CR 255, newborn death or termina-
Hwy 90 WI. Lake City Alan Stefanik, Committee month at 7 p.m. Diner. Call Jim Taitt for fur- Madison County. Visit web- tion due to fetal abnormality
752.0054 Chairman, 386-362-3032, e- Hamilton County Alcohol their information at 386-938- site at or maternal complications.
w.w.'' tcOn m a i 1 : and Other Drug Prevention 3582. www.geocities.com/suwan- Group meets the first Thurs-
Oil Change commchair@pack408.net or Coalition meet fourth Jennings Town Council neehs. day of each month, 11:30
Tire Rotatinn visit pack's website: Wednesday, 9:30-11 a.m., at Meeting First Tuesday, 7 Live Oak, Suwannee a.m. 1 p.m., at Hospice of
www.pack408.net, for addi- the Hamilton County School p.m., Jennings Town Hall. County Recreation Board North Central Florida, North
Wheel Alignment tional information. The Tiger, Board meeting room, JRE MainStreet Hamilton meets on the second Wednes- Building Counseling Room,
Wolf, Bears, and Webelos Lee Administrative Complex, County, Inc. Third Thurs- day of each month at 5 p.m. 4305 NW 90th Blvd.,
irestone dens (grades one five) meet Jasper. For more info, contact day, MainStreet Office, at the Suwannee Parks & Gainesville. To register or
Grace McDonald at 386-938- Jasper, 6 p.m. Recreation offices at 1201 for more information contact
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D .Tl Cindy 386-658-5700. gram is free of charge and re- training is provided by the
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Continued From Page 2C month. Elders and their care- Room. All persons interested St. (in the back), Live Oak, 386-792-2747 or the toll-free workers over 55 and with a
givers in Lafayette County in helping victims of domes- FL 32060. hotline at 800-500-1119. limited income in Suwan-
vided at no charge. Call the who are trying to understand tic violence are encouraged Over Eaters Anonymous 'Before You Tie The nee County through the Se-
Elder Helpline toll-free at Medicare and other health in- to attend. For more info, call We care. Meets Mondays Knot' four-hour class for nior Community Service Em-
800-262-2243, Monday surance programs can receive 386-364-5957. 11:35 a.m.- 12:50 p.m., Mon- couples who will marry soon. ployment Program (SCSEP).
Friday 8:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. help from the Florida Depart- Wellborn Community As- days, at Suwannee River Re- The cost is $10 per couple. Participants are paid the min-
SHINE Serving Health ment of Elder Affairs' sociation (WCA) Second gional Library, 129 South, Completion of this course is imum wage for an average of
Insurance Needs of Elders SHINE (Serving Health In- Thursday, 7 p.m., Wellborn Live Oak. For more info, call required when couples re- 20 hours per week. For more
Branford Library, US surance Needs of Elders) Community Center. Contact 386-364-4749. duce their marriage license info, visit www.experience-
129 North, Branford, 9-11 Program. Specially trained Bonnie Scott, 386-963-4952 Quarterback Club Meet- fee by $32.50. Pre-registra- works.org or call the Lake
a.m. first Wednesday of SHINE volunteers help or leave a message at 386- ing Old Nettie Baisden tion is required. Registration City One Stop, 386-755-
every month. Elders and Medicare recipients make in- 208-1733. WCA (building school next to the football forms are available at the 9026, ext. 3129 for Loretta or
their caregivers in Suwannee formed decisions about their fund)-First Saturday-Blue- stadium, 6:30 p.m., every Clerk of the Court's office or ext. 3134 for Ronald.
County who are trying to un- health insurance and berry Pancake Breakfast, Monday. the Suwannee County Exten- Florida Museum of Nat-
derstand Medicare and other Medicare Prescription Drug center of Wellborn, Andrews Square Dance With sion Service office, 386-362- ural History in Gainesville
health insurance programs Cards. SHINE volunteers Square. Blueberry pancakes, Vagabond Squares, Thurs- 2771. Florida's state natural histo-'
Scan receive help from the also inform seniors about sausage, OJ, coffee. day, 7-9:30 p.m., St. Luke's Childbirth classes of- ry museum, located near the
SFlorida Department of Elder free and discounted prescrip- Wellborn Neighborhood Episcopal Church, Newbern fered at the Suwannee Coun- intersection of Southwest
Affairs' SHINE (Serving tion drug programs and eligi- Watch last Thursday, 7' Road. Loyce Harrell, 386- ty Health Department on 34th Street and Hull Road in
Health Insurance Needs of ability requirements. This ser- p.m., Blake Lowe Building, 963-3225, or Ralph Beek- Tuesdays from 6 8 p.m. the University of Florida
Elders) Program. Specially vice is provided at no charge. 1517 4th Ave., Wellborn. For man, 386-752-2544. Please call to register at 386- Cultural Plaza in Gainesville.
Strained SHINE volunteers For more info or if you can't more info, call Bruce or Jane, Suwannee River Riding 362-2708, ext. 218 Coleen Hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
help Medicare recipients travel to the site, contact the 386-963-3196. Club Membership fee $25 Cody. The classes are free of Monday-Saturday and 1-5
make informed decisions Elder Helpline toll-free at Weekly Meetings per year. Team roping first charge. p.m. Sunday. Closed on
about their health insurance 800-262-2243, Monday Fri- Al-Anon/Mayo Al-Anon and third Friday night. Speed Department of Children Thanksgiving and Christmas.
and Medicare Prescription day 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Group meets each Thurs- events first and third Satur- and Families can assist you For more info, including
Drug Cards. SHINE volun- Small Scale Farmers and day, 8 p.m., Mayo Manna day night. Call 386-935- in applying to register to vote ticket prices, directions and
teers also inform seniors Craft Designers Market House, Pine Street for fam- 2622. or update your voter registra- parking info, call 352-846-
C about free and discounted Committee Third Thurs- ily members and friends to Suwannee Valley Barber- tion record. If you receive or 2000. Visit
prescription drug programs day, 7 p.m., Coliseum exten- show support. For more info, shop Chorus Every Tues- apply for public assistance www.flmnh.ufl.edu.
and eligibility requirements, sion offices, call Barbara, 386-294-3348 day, Crapps Meeting Room, benefits, your local Depart- Florida Museum of Nat-
This service is provided at Suwannee Chapter of the or Marcia, 386-208-1008. Suwannee River Regional ment of Children and Fami- ural History in Gainesville
no charge. For more info or Florida Trail Association Alcoholics Anonymous Library, US 129 South, Live lies service center can assist Wigglers and Walkers for
if you can't travel to the site, Second Monday, 7 p.m., Branford meets Tuesday Oak at 7 p.m. Call Fred you in completing a voter children ages 2-5 is offered
contact the Elder Helpline Suwannee River Water Man- and Friday, 7:30 p.m., Bran-: Phillips, 386-362-1886. registration application to the second Wednesday of
toll-free at 800-262-2243, agement District. For more ford United Methodist TOPS Take Off Pounds your local Supervisor of every month. The children
Monday Friday 8:30 a.m.- info, call. Don Neale, 386- Church, Express and Henry Sensibly, the Live Oak Com- elections for you. Remember, learn about exhibits through
4:30 p.m. 362-4850 or Sylvia Dunnam, St., Branford. For more info, munity Church of God, every voting is axright. Your local stories, games, hands-on ob-
SHINE Serving Health 386-362-3256. call 386-935-2242 or the Thursday, 8:30 a.m., weigh- service center is at 501 De- jects and other age-appropri-
Insurance Needs of Elders Suwannee County District Help Line toll-free, in, meeting, 9 a.m. Barbara morest St., Live Oak, 386-,, ate activities. Adult volun-
Advent Christian Village Tourist Development Coun- 800-505-0702. Crain, 386-362-5933 or 362-1483.: teers' ae needed to give Wig-
S- Dowling Park Schedule cil Fourth Tuesday, 1 p.m., Alcoholics Anonymous Sharon Martin, 386-364- Disaster Action Team glers and Walkers tours and
appointment with SHINE Chamber of Commerce Live Oak meets Tuesday 5423. Volunteers Needed The no experience is required. To
counselor by calling 386- Building, 816 S. Ohio Ave., and Friday, 8 p.m., Precinct Weight Watchers Mon- American Red Cross of volunteer, applicants must be
S658-3333 or 386-658-5329. P.O. Drawer C., Live Oak, Voting Building, Nobles Fer- day, 9:30 a.m. and 6 p.m., St. Suwannee Valley is looking available to meet the first
Elders and their caregivers FL 32064 ry Road, Live Oak. For more Luke's Episcopal, toll-free for volunteers to join the Wednesday of' each month
in Suwannee County who Suwannee County Cattle- info, call District 16 Help 800-651-6000. Disaster Action Team to as- from 3-4 p.m. and to give
are .trying to understand men's Association Third Line toll-free, 800-505-0702. FYI sist victims of fires and other tours every second Wednes-
Medicare and other health Thursday, 6:30 p.m., Farmers Alcoholics Anonymous Advent Christian Village natural disasters. If you are day from 3:30-4:30 p.m. For
insurance programs can re- Co-op meeting room,. Call Mayo Group meets Sun- 2004-2005 Artist Series interested-and would like to more info, call 352-846-
ceive help from the Florida Herb Rogers, 386-362-4118. day, Monday, Wednesday Events include: Donna learn mote, call 386-752- 2000, ext. 277:
Department of Elder Affairs' Suwannee County Senior and Thursdays at 8 p.m. The Wissinger flutist, Saturday, 0650. FoodSource a Christian
SHINE (Serving Health In- Citizens meet at 10:30 meetings are held at Manna March 12, at the Phillips The Story of Dowling based Christian food cooper-
surance Needs of Elders) a.m., first Monday of the House, Pine Street, Mayo. Dining Room, 7 p.m., 'Cot- Park Do you want to know ative, is in your area! Stretch
Program. Specially trained month at the Exhibition II For more info call 386-294- ton Patch Gospel,' Monday, more about the Advent your food dollars! With the
SHINE volunteers help Building, Coliseum Com- 2423 or District 16 Help Line March 21, at the Village Christian Village (ACV) at help of dedicated volunteers,
Medicare recipients make plex, 1302 SW Eleventh St., toll-free, 800-505-0702. Church, 7 p.m. (Based on Dowling Park? ACV repre- FoodSource is able to pro-
informed decisions about Live Oak. For more info call Alcoholics Anonymous Clarence Jordan's version of sentatives are available to vide quality foods at low
* their health insurance and Lula Herring, 386-364-1510. White Springs Courage to the'book-of Matthew); The meet with you-and.',hare the prices. -. while, promoting
Medicare Prescription Drug Suwannee River Valley Change meets Monday, 8 Phillips-Lassiter Guitar Duo, story of Dowling Park. If Christian values and volun-
Cards. SHINE volunteers Archaeology Society Third p.m., -Methodist Church, Friday, April 22, at the Vil- you're interested in arrang- teerism in your community.
also inform seniors about Tuesday; public library, White Springs. For more lage Church, 7 p.m. ACV ing a speaking engagement .This is 'NOT a needy only
7 free and discounted prescrip- Branford; Info: 386-935- info, call 386-397-1410 or season tickets are available or a tour for your organiza- program; it is for EVERY-
tion drug programs and eli- 4901. District 16 Help Line toll- at Advent Christian Village, tion, club or church, please ONE. For questions or to or-
Sgibility requirements. This Suwannee Valley free, 800-505-0702. The Music Center in Live contact us at 386-658-5110 der, call your local coordina-
service is provided .at no Builders Association Sec- Bluegrass Association Oak, and the Suwannee or toll-free, 800-714-3134 or tor. Live Oak: Live Oak
charge. For more info or if ond Thursday, 6 p.m., Farm Saturdays at 6 p.m. at the County Chamber of Com- e m a i 1 Church of God 386-362-
you can't travel to the site, Bureau meeting room, 407 Pickin' Shed at the Spirit of merce. Cost: Adults $80; ccarter@acvillage.net. For 2483; Wellborn United
contact the Elder Helpline Dowling Ave., Live Oak, $5' the Suwannee Music Park. Students (ages 13-18) $35; an ACV preview, visit Methodist Church 386-963-
toll-free at 800-262-2243, per person for meal and Covered dish on first and Children (ages 5-12) $25. www.acvillage.net. Or re- 5023; EbenezerAME Church
Monday Friday 8:30 a.m.- meeting. third Saturday. For info, call Another Way, Inc. Sup- quest a free videotape. 386-362-6383 or 386-364-
S4:30 p.m. Suwannee Valley Ge- 386-364-1683. port Groups Another Way, Experience Works a na- 4323 or 386-362-4808;
SHINE Serving Health nealogical Society First Bridge Club Monday, Inc. offers support groups for tional nonprofit organization, Jasper: 386-792-3965; White
Insurance Needs of Elders Thursday, 7 p.m., Wilbur St. 6:45 p.m., Golden Corral victims and survivors of do- (formerly Green Thumb) Springs: 386-752-2196 or
Live Oak Suwannee Riv- Live Oak (behind Mizell's). Restaurant, Live Oak. For in- mestic violence. For info re- provides training and em-
er Regional Library, US 129 Open Tuesdays and Thurs- formation call 386-362-3200. garding dates arid times, call ployment services to older SEE CALENDAR, PAGE 4C
South, 12'30-2:30 p.m. days, 9 a.m.-noon and 1-5 Boy Scout Troop #693 -
second Monday of every p.m. Info: 386-330-0110. Every Monday, 7 p.m.,
month and 1:30-2:30 p.m. Suwannee Valley Quilters Shrine Club, Bass Road, un-
second Thursday of every First and third Thursday, 10 til further notice. Call 386-
month. Elders and their care- a.m. Jane, 386-776-2909 af- 776-2863.
givers in Suwannee County ter 4 p.m. Live Oak Singles Group t
who are trying to understand Suwannee Valley Kennel meets Friday, 7:30 p.m., Live an autographed CD and two VIP tickets to
:Medicare and other health Club Third Tuesday, 7:30 Oak Christian Church fel- see Blake Shelt in concert at the
. insurance programs can re- p.m., Hospitality and Recre- lowship hall .on US 129
* ceive help from the Florida national Building, Columbia North, Live Oak (next to Suw ann e G C untvi lair
Department.of Elder Affairs' County Fairgrounds, Lake Walt's Ford). Parking is be-
i SHINE (Serving Health In- City, P.O. Box 2013, Lake' tween church and cemetery M arch 19 at 7:30 p. .
surance Needs of Elders) City, FL 32056. on church property or along
; Program. Specially trained Tobacco-Free Partner- US 129 North. This not a ,
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*" Medicare recipients inake meet quarterly, call Mary more info, call Carla, 386-
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Continued From Page 3C information publishing com- ans All veterans of meets in Lake City First month, kids bring your fa- artistseries@nfcc.edu/ Visit
pany, states assistance pro- Lafayette County for your Tuesday of each month The vorite adult for a fun activi- on-line at
386-397-1228; Bell: 352- grams have been established protection, your military Suwannee Valley Detach- ty and make a cool craft to htpp://www.nfcc.edu/New-
463-7772 or 352-463-1963; by more than 100 U.S. drug records DD Form 214, "Cer- ment of the Marine Corps take home. Meet at Loblolly sEvents/ArtistSeries/home.h
Lake City 386-752-7976 or manufacturers to assist low tificate of Release or Dis- League of the United States Environmental Facility on tml.
FoodSource toll-free at 800- income people. These pro- charge from Active Duty" meets monthly in Lake City. NW 34th Street between NFCC Children's The-
832-5020 or visit Web site at grams cover over 1,400 com- can be recorded in the Even months are met in Live University and NW 8th Ave. ater performances NFCC
www.foodsource.org for only prescribed medicines. Lafayette County Court- Oak at the Shriners Club, Reservations required. Free will present "The Adven-
questions or to become a lo- Reynolds states his company house. Please see the Clerk odd months are in Lake City admission. For more info tures of Lewis and Clark" by
cal host site. publishes a 85+ page manual of Court's office. at Quality Inn (formerly and to RSVP call 352-334- GMT Productions, Inc. on
Friends of Suwannee that contains all the informa- LillyAnswers Program Holiday Inn). Marines in 2170 or visit www.natureop- April 18, with two perfor-
River State Park Join the tion required to apply to Available to Floridians 65 Suwannee County should erations.org. mances for sixth eighth
Friends of Suwannee River these assistance programs. and older who are enrolled in call Dale Condy, 386-776- Morningside Nature graders in NFCC's six coun-
State Park, a non-profit For more information about Medicare, have an annual in- 2002 or John Meyers, 386- Center Living History ty service area. Performance
501(c)3 charitable organiza- these programs or to obtain come below 200 percent of 935-6784. Lake City repre- Farm, Gainesville Who's will be held at the Van H.
tion. Help keep the State the manual e-mail: harson- the federal poverty level and sentatives, John Parker, 386- Who in the Woods, last Sat- Priest Auditorium on the
Park the gem of the Suwan- hill @earthlink.net or con- have no other drug coverage. 754-1980 or Bob Edgar, urday of the month, natural- Madison campus. For more
nee River. The park is locat- tact Reynolds toll-free at Seniors may apply for the 386-755-1354. ist-guided walk at 9 a.m. 1- info visit
ed 13 miles West of Live 888-240-9240 or write to program at no cost by calling Marriage? Help me! A 1.5 hours walk, wear com- www.nfcc.edu/NewsEv-
Oak off US 90. Quarterly Harsonhill Inc., 22425 Ven- a toll-free number, 877-RX- program presented by Solid fortable walking shoes. ents/ArtistSeries/chil-
newsletter, quarterly meet- tura Blvd., No. 190, Wood- LILLY, or by filling out an Rock Ministries, Inc. of Meet at the education office, drentheater.html or contact
ings, monthly board meet- land Hills, CA 91364. For application. LillyAnswers Jasper; at no charge to any- 3540 E. University Ave. the NFCC College Advance-
ings and an annual luncheon immediate info, visit card enables them to receive one. Call for appointment at Free admission. For more ment Office, 850-973-1613.
meeting. Membership www.Prescriptions4Free.co a 30-day supply of Lilly 386-792-2603. Helping to info call 352-334-2170 or NFCC College Place-
brochures may be picked up m pharmaceutical products that apply Christian principles'to visit www.natureopera- ment Tests NFCC will
at the State Park or mail your Hospice of the Suwannee are sold at participating retail our every day living... tions.org. conduct College Placement
membership to: Friends of Valley Helping Hands pharmacies for a flat fee of Morningside Nature Morningside Nature Tests (CPT) on computer
Suwannee River State Park, Volunteer Orientation $12. Info about the LillyAn- Center Living History Center Living History every Thursday at 8:30 a.m.
20185 CR 132, Live Oak, FL first Wednesday, 10-11 a.m. swers program is available at Farm, Gainesville Barn- Farm, Gainesville A Night and 1:30 p.m. in the NFCC
32060. Phone: 386-362- at Hospice of the Suwannee www.lillyanswers.com or by yard Buddies, free admis- at the Owlery, By the light Technical Center, Bldg. 13,
2746. Individual Friend-$15; Valley, 618 SW FL Gateway calling toll-free 877-RX- sion, 3 p.m. every Wednes- of the silvery moon with the on the Madison campus.
Family-$25; Business Spon- Drive, Lake City. After at- LILLY. day and Saturday to meet owls and frogs we'll Persons taking the tests will
sor-$50; Corporate Friend- tending orientation and com- Love INC A non-profit and greet the farm animals, croon...each Saturday near- be required to register in
$100-$250; Lifetime Friend- pleting the screening Christian group that repre- After the animal introduc- est the full moon. Come at 7 NFCC Student Services 24
$300. For more info contact process, you will be eligible sents local churches in find- tions, help with the after- p.m. with family and friends hours before testing. There
the membership chair Walter for volunteering in the Hos- ing help for valid needs. Call noon feeding. Toddlers and for a lively variety of talks, is a fee of $10 for the test.
Schoenfelder at 850-971- pice Attic thrift store, admin- Ginny Peters, 386-364- preschoolers will love learn- songs, hikes, fires, and fun! For more info, please call
5354, or e-mail him at wb- istrative offices as well as 4673, Monday-Friday, 9 ing about the barnyard bud- Florida Wildlife Care's 850-973-1612.
sesurfbest.net helping at special events, ed- a.m. noon dies. Meet at the barn. For Leslie Straub will help us NFCC E-Spotlight pro-
GED Tests A person ucational fairs, community MDA Assists people more info, call 352-334- meet and greet our noisy vides weekly information -
wanting to take the GED test events and fund raising. To with ALS through help with 2170 or visit www.natureop- nocturnal neighbors, the Interested in North Florida
must call to reserve a seat in register or for more info con- purchase and repair of erations.org. owls, at Boulware Springs Community College events?
the registration session. At- tact Carolyn Long, 386-752- wheelchairs, support groups, Morningside Nature Historic Waterworks, 3300 Have current college news
tendance in a registration 9191. expert-led seminars, an ALS Center Living History SE 15th St., Gainesville. and happenings delivered di-
session is mandatory in or- Hospice of the Suwannee Web site Farm, Gainesville Living Free admission. For more rectly to your e-mail address
der to take the GED test. Valley Helping Hands (www.als.mdausa.org) and History Days, every Satur- info call 352-334-2170 or through NFCC's e-Spotlight.
To reserve seat for registra- Volunteer Orientation ALS-specific chat rooms day, visit www.natureopera- Alumni, former faculty or
tion session and pay fees, third Tuesday, 5-6:30 p.m. at (www.mdausa.org/chat). from 9 a.m. 5 p.m. with tions.org. staff and community mem-
call 386-364-2782-Lynn Hospice of the Suwannee MOPS Mothers of staff in period dress inter- NFCC Artist Series bers interested in keeping up
Lee. To inquire about age Valley, 618 SW FL Gateway Preschoolers a gathering preting day-to-day life on a 2004-2005 Performances with NFCC's calendar of
waivers, call 386-384-2763- Drive, Lake City. After at- of moms for encouragement Florida farm in 1870. Sam- will be held on campus at events and news are invited
Lynne Roy, counselor, and tending orientation and com- and fun. All mothers of chil- pie homemade biscuits on the Van H. Priest Auditori- to join the list of e-Spotlight
386-364-2619-Kim Boa- pleting the screening dren from birth to age five the woodstove with fresh um, Madison. This year's recipients. To receive
right, GED examiner at process, you will be eligible are invited to attend. The butter and cane syrup grown line-up includes: March 3, NFCC's weekly e-Spotlight
Suwannee-Hamilton Techni- for volunteering in the Hos- meetings are the second and and made on the farm. Help Chamber Orchestra Kremlin call the Office of Institution-
cal Center. pice Attic thrift store, admin- fourth Tuesday of the feed the farm animals at 9 Russia's internationally al Advancement at 850-973-
Harsonhill Inc., a pre- istrative offices as well as month, September through a.m. and 3 p.m. daily. Free known ensemble performs. 1613 or e-mail Kim Scar-
scription information pub- helping at special events, ed- May, from 9:30 a.m. to admission. For more info Season passes $40 for boro at scarborok@nfcc.cc.
lishing company- Financial ucational fairs,, community noon.'They-are-held-at the. call 352-334-2170 or visit adults, $25.for ..hildren 1.2. Narconon Arrowhead -
help for those who can't af- events and fund raising. To, First Baptist 'Chtireh' d6i www.natureoperations.org. and under. Become a spon- Drug addiction can leave an
ford their prescription drugs register or for more info con- Howard St. in Live Oak. For Morningside Nature sor $100 individual to $500 individual feeling .helpless
is available right now. Steve tact Carolyn Long, 386-752- more info, please call 386- Center Living History corporate. For more info, and out of control. Especial-
Reynolds, President of Har- 9191. 362-1583. .Farm, Gainesville Discov- passes, or to sponsor call
sonhill Inc., a prescription Lafayette County Veter- Marine Corps League er & Do, third Sunday of the 850-973-1653 or e-mail SEE CALENDAR, PAGE 9C



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How important is Bible prophecy
By Rev. Harold come claiming that they see II Thessalonians 2:3). II
B. Bennett are come in His.name and Thessalonians 2:1-5 de-
What God has revealed will deceive many. Over dares that the Lord will Genesis 25: 29-33
to mankind concerning the the years and especially in not return until after the
future... man (both in and modern times, false Antichrist appears in an Pastor Lester Curry my mother's bean soup? pride of life." Esau's down-
out of the church) has done prophets have been in active role on earth and a Faith Community Church Esau had a bowl of stew! fall was the desire of the
his dead-level best to con- abundance (see II Corinthi- great apostasy from the Once when Jacob was It must have tasted as good flesh. Temptation came
ceal or pervert. Let me ask ans 11:13-15). This be- church is activated (for cooking some stew Esau to him as my mother's bean when he wanted fullness in
one question to the aver- comes the first "sign" that more details see Revelation came in from the open soup did to me. However, his stomach more than
age churchgoer ... how of- the time of His return is "at 13:1-10 and Matthew 24:15- country, famished. He said it was just stew. When faithfulness in his heart. He
ten does your pastor hand." NOTE: Of the many 31). Above and beyond all to Jacob, "Quick, let me compared to his birthright, craved selfishness more
preach on "end-time "faces" of deception we see the signs that point to our have some of that red stew! the stew looks pretty triv- than sinlessness. He want-
prophecy?" Think about all around us, "believism" Lord's coming for His I'm famished!" Jacob ial; the trivial next to the ed his own gratification
it!!! By the same token, takes the greatest toll of church (see Matthew 24:29- replied, "First sell me your treasure; the temporary more than God's glorifica-
how long has it been since "lost souls." What is "be- 31) the greatest is found in birthright." next to the eternal. Before tion.
you wondered why he lievism? It is simply believ- Matthew 24:14 ... "And this "Look, I am about to Esau took his first spoonful Before you decide to
avoided this theme? After ing that Jesus was indeed gospel of the kingdom die," Esau said. "What of stew, Jacob, his brother, make a trade in your life,
all, Bible prophecy appears upon earth and He died for shall be preached (and/or good is the birthright to gave him the bill; "this remember these words.
over 8,000 times through- sinners. What's wrong witnessed) in the whole me?" But Jacob said, bowl of stew will cost you "When we sin, we will go
out the Bible (a fair per- with that? Nothing ... as far world for a witness to all "Swear to me first." So he your birthright." In that further than we ever in-
centage is centered around as it goes ... but without the nations and then shall swore an oath to him, sell- moment Esau had a deci- tended to go! When we sin,
the second coming of "repentance" it becomes a the end come." In effect, ing his birthright to Jacob. sion to make and in that we will stay longer than we
Christ) ard is recorded in "false doctrine" which will the true church has a re- In this passage' of scrip- moment Esau traded some- ever intended to stay!
part by almost every writer lead many down the sponsibility to share the ture we have two ap- thing of great value, his When we sin, we will pay
in the Bible. Did you know "broad way" which leads gospel wherever there is preaches to life; one broth- birthright, for the trivial! more than we ever intend-
that Bible prophecy-proves to hell (see Matthew 7:13- an opportunity to do so ... er is willing to do whatever Today we see people ed to pay!" (source of quote
the authenticity- of the 23). The Lord Jesus made to friends, family mem- it takes to get something of making the same kinds of unknown). If we could just
Bible, the validity of Jesus the falsity of "believism" bers, to neighbors, etc. great value and the other trades that Esau made. see our future and the won-
as the Son of God, the fact quite clear when He said, NOTE: It is important to was willing to give up Every day people take the derful plan that God has
that this world as we know "Unless you repent you remember that the Christ- something of great value treasure of marriage and for us we would never
it is coming to a close, and shall all likewise perish ian's motive for witnessing for a very small price, children and give them trade His plan for the
that there is indeed a (Luke 13:3). The apostle or sharing important Bible As I was contemplating away for a cheap one night worlds. If we would take
"heaven" and a "hell," Paul further clarified this truths must always reflect the message in this passage stand. Sometimes careers the time to pray and seek
among other things. Even all-important truth (see our love ... the fact that we of scripture my mind went are traded because of a God's voice through the
those who teach the second Acts 20:20-21). One cannot care. Sometimes people back to another time when foolish decision to do power of the Holy Spirit; If
coming of Christ, often qualify as a Christian sim- take offense when hearing I was a boy living at home something dishonest. Often we would learn to pray
mislead their hearers by ply by accepting the fact truth ... and this may be re- with my mother and father. times people will trade through the trade-offs that
claiming that When Christ that Jesus existed, joining a flected in various ways. I remember in those days it their reputations and char- we are confronted with
comes for His church, it church, and/or turning Take heart, over the past was always a stretch to acter for addictions. And each day and if we would
will be done secretly. This over a "new leaf." Salva- 2,000. years witnessing make ends meet To help sometimes people will only surrender our lives to
is denrdd it" Revetatibrns tion is"a 'miracle of God Christians have been tor- make them meet Saturday even trade their the One who said, "I have
1:7, Matthew 24:21-27, and which transforms a sinner tured and even killed be- became known as "bean "birthright" into God's come that they may have
Paul points out that the into a saint of God (see Ti- cause of their witness for soup day" at our house! family for worldly plea- life, and have it to the full"
church will not be taken tus 2:11-12, II Corinthians God ... and it will happen You know, I never got tired sures! Sometimes I feel like the One who gave His life
unawares (see I Thessalo- 5:17). again just before Christ re- of my mother's bean soup screaming, why? Why do on Calvary for the forgive-
nians 5:1-8). All in all, there Our Lord continues list- turns to resurrect the saints and even now I can smell you insist on wasting your ness of sin, Christ Jesus, we
are 29 books (using 69 pas- ing other "signs" ..."anin- ... (read the book "Fox's the wonderful aroma that life? would make better and
sages) throughout the crease of wars and rumors Book of Martyrs"). Revela- filled our home on Satur- "Esau, why would you holier trades in life.
Bible which reveal this of wars, of famines, and of tion 12:17 says, "and the day mornings. My mother make a trade like this?" He So, what is it that you
truth. earthquakes (see Matthew dragon (representing Sa- went home to be with Lord made the trade for the treasure? What is it that
Regardless of the "argu- 24:6-8) which are only the tan) was enraged with the many years ago and as I same reason people make you consider valuable?
ments" that arise when beginning of "birth pangs" woman (representing Is- was reading this story the trade today strong What are you willing to
"end-time" prophecies are (that is, the birth of 'new rael who God protected ... about Esau arid Jacob, this temptation! The Word of trade?
discussed, all we have to age). "Then they (the ene- (see Revelation 12:15-16) thought.came to my mind; God reveals the three faces How much would you
do is listen to the Master ... mies of the Cross) will de- and went off to make war- what would I give, how of temptation. They are pay for a bowl of soup?
the Lord Jesus Christ ... in liver you (the church... see with the rest of her off- much would I pay if I called, "lust of the eyes," Please,.do not sell yourself
Matthew 24:25. It begins Matthew 10:16-23) up to spring" (or Christians ... could have another bowl of "lust of the flesh" and "the short!
with the concern of several tribulation and will kill how do I know this? ... no-
of His disciples about you, and you will be hated tice the rest of this verse ...
when the Lord would set by all nations on account of "'who keep the command- Bring out t t in others
up His kingdom upon the My name" (see Matthew ments of God and bear the
earth (they asked again just 24:9). Because of the sever- testimony of Jesus." We all have an obligation to try to bring out the
before He ascended to His ity of the persecution to- Christians can also have good qualities in others. It is an important respon-
heavenly- home (see .Acts wards the church, many access to a tract ministry sibility for parents and teachers to recognize and
1:6-11). Our Lord warned who claimed to be Chris- which can be used when help develop the talents that their children may
His disciples to beware of tians will turn away from paying bills, left in restau- possess. Coaches, clergy, employers, and even hus-
"false teachers" who will God (the great apostasy ... rants when dining out, etc. bands and wives also bear a responsibility to help
The sad truth is that a large bring out the best in those with whom they associ-
i ,J percentage of existing ate. Supporting and caring about others exempli- ST
.! ,,-, ',, ,. .churches have become as. fies the love that God has for us, and in the Bible, -
the church of Laodicea (see there are many examples of ordinary people be-
Revelation 3:14-22). coming heroes and heroines because our Lord was
SIn closing, let me say this able to bring out their best efforts. Being consider-
... I offer this article not as a ate, kind and helpful to others not only brings out
criticism, but rather, it is the best in them, it also brings out the best in us.
Offered as a reminder and It is important to reflect good values and God's
an encouragement to those love in our everyday life, and we should be mind-
Christians who read this to ful that our words and actions do affect others.
be busy fulfilling the will By this shall all men know that ye are
Crc o f G of of God as it is stated in the
Word of God. Take time teo My disciples, if ye have love one to another.
Spread II Corinthians 5:14- K.J.V. John 13:35
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By Pam Campbell out each week to go to not feel quite right about Do you feel you are on a and took the time. I am sure you will not be so stressed,
Time really seems to fly church, we should become being around them? Now, ride that you can't get off, if you did, you were very you will find that peace and
by. The month of February involved in our local have you ever been around like the stress sometimes is happy with the peace that joy once again, you won't
came and went almost as church, and we certainly someone you really enjoyed closing in on you, trying to you felt and the joy you re- feel you are on an out-of-
fast as we could blink! Here should help others. But, we being around; there was overtake you? There is a ceived from spending time control merry go round.
we are in the third month of must understand that even just something so special, so way to get that peace back, alone with God the father. If You will be able to sing
the New Year! Have you when we are doing the joyful, so peaceful about to turn your life around, to you have not tried this yet, I with all your heart "This
been using your time wise- Lord's work we can get so that person that you want- get off the out of control ask you again to try, it is Little Light of Mine" and it
ly since the New Year be- busy that we forget who we ed to have what they have? ride you are on, there is very simple really, just go really will shine! You see,
gan? I wonder how many of are working for and why. The difference in the two is hope for each of us to live a outside after dark and look people who are not Chris-
us actually take enough Going to church, prayer simple, one has been spend- life with much less stress, up at the glorious display of tians should be able to tell
time for God. Yes, it is true meetings, Sunday School, ing time with the things of there is a way to have that stars that God has created that you have been in the
that most of us always have Revivals or any other Chris- the world, and the other has joy back on your face and in and talk to Him. Maybe you presence of God just by be-
too much to do and it seems tian function, though very been spending time with your heart. The way is sim- can't go outside, I under- ing around you.
never enough time to do it. important, cannot ever re- the Heavenly Father. If we ple if you will just take the stand, but you too can still Remember, everyone on
We do need to take care of place our own personal are truly Christians, if we time! The most important find a way to be alone with the earth gets the same 24
our families, we do need to time with God. When Jesus say we love God and that thing you can do every day God. Maybe you wonder hours you do, what you
work, or go to school, there walked this earth even He we live for Jesus, then our in the 24 hours that God how to talk to God. A lot of choose to do with your 24
are extracurricular activi- knew he needed to be alone lives should reflect Jesus. gives you is take time for times I think even Chris- hours will make a big dif-
ties, meetings, household with the Father. In the Bible Many people struggle with God. Not just a little prayer tians don't seem to under- ference in how you feel,
chores, groceries to buy, in the book of Mark, chap- how to get their lives to re- over the food, not just when stand that talking to God is how you think, how you act
places to go, people to see, ter 14, verses 32-35, we find flect Jesus. Sure, it is easy to you pray with your kids at just like talking to another ahd how others see you.
errands to run, many peo- Jesus going into the Garden sing the little song "This night, not a prayer meeting, person, just talk and He will God wants us to get plenty
ple and things demanding of Gethsemane to talk to Little Light of Mine, I'm not going to church, though listen, to anything good or of rest, to take care of our-
our time. Each day we are God. "They went to a place Gonna Let It Shine,a" but is all good, they will never bad that you have to say. selves and our families, to
given 24 hours to eat, sleep, called Gethserimane, and Je- it really shining? Or have take the place of what is Don't ever be afraid to tell work hard, to do His work.
take care of our bodies, our sus said to His disciples, we become as busy as needed in your spirit, soul God anything because He But, the thing that most
families, work, play and all "Sit here while I pray." He everyone else in the world, and body, time alone with already knows everything, everybody skips is spend-
the other things involved in took Peter, James and John so busy with our lives and GOD. Take time to worship Him, ing enough quality time
our own lives. Sometimes along with Him, and He be- even busy with what we I wonder how many of to thank Him for your life, alone with God. Do your-
you may wonder how in gan to be deeply distressed think is God's work that we you remember when I chal- your salvation, your family, self and everyone you
the world you can get it all and troubled. "My soul is have forgotten what it takes lenged you to take time to for everything and most of know a favor, make that
done, or feel like you just overwhelmed with sorrow to really let our lights shine, go outside at night and look all give Him praise! your first priority, then
can't. Have you ever to the point of death," He what it takes to always have up at the magnificent stars When you get to the place your life will be filled with
stopped to think that said to them. "Stay here and that sweet peace and joy in and talk to God? I hope that where you take time every the joy of the Lord! It's time
maybe the reason you get keep watch." Going a little our lives on a daily basis, some of you did remember, day to be alone with God, to take time for God!
stressed out is that you are farther, He fell to the have we gotten to the point
trying to do too many ground and prayed that if where we too, are living a
that I have found to be a big pass from Him." You see We can learn a lot about .G.-a ,
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factor in feeling over- even Jesus, od s' Son, being too busy from Mary Being our Creator, God knows us better than we now
whelmed and stressed out needed to talk to His Fa- and Martha. In Luke 10: 38- ourselves, and He is aware of everything in our lives. He
is very simple, not getting their, God, especially when 42 we read about Jesus and knows about all of our problems and all of our joys, and
enough rest! God created He was so distressed and His disciples going to the he knows our good qualities as well as our shortcomings.
our bodies to need to rest. troubled because He knew home of Mary and Martha. Sometimes we may forget that God is watching us. We
I know, we all think we His .death would soon Mary chose to spend her may believe that when we do something wrong, it's not
can "do it all," but the truth come, because of our sins. time sitting at Jesus' feet lis- really that bad if no one sees us or if we do not get caught.
is we are God's creation, When you are stressed out, tening to what He said, but We may even rationalize our actions and try to convince
and as someone created in Jesus really does under- Martha was all worried _- ourselves that the wrong we did was justified. However,
the image of God, we stand and wants to help about all the preparations God never rationalizes our behavior and he knows what
should follow in His paths. you. for their coming. She got 'is in our hearts. Even with all of our imperfections, He
The truth is only God "can In Jeremiah 29:13 we read mad and asked Jesus to tell loves us and forgives our wrongdoing. Whenever we are
do it all." When God's son "And ye shall seek Me, and her sister to help her, and I tempted or realize that we may have sinned or hurt some-
Jesus walked this earth he find Me, when ye shall Jesus told her she was wor- \ one, we should ask our Lord's forgiveness and try to
always had people who search for Me with all your ried and upset about many make amends. The Lord's Prayer exemplifies God's grace
were after Him to come to heart." If you can be alone things, but that was not and mercy when we pray, "forgive us our sins, just as we
their house, and to help with God, take time for what mattered. Mary had have forgiven those who have sinned against us."
them, to come lay hands on God, you will find Him, chosen what mattered, to If we cofes our sins, He is faithful
someone. He was busy, but and He will always help take time to sit at her Say- fai
He was about the Father's you. ior's feet. When we get all and just, and willforgive our sins and
Business. Christians created Have you ever been in the worried and upset, remem-
in the image of God should presence of someone who ber the only thing that mat- cleanse us from all unrighteousness.
be about God's business. seemed to make you un- ters is spending time with R.S. V 1 John 1:9
We surely should take time comfortable? You just did God.


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how fast the time has have 24 hours to live, supper, read, play and thing that can make your with God! I don't mean we say, because He al-
gone since it was Christ- and it is up to you and, maybe participate in af- days and nights happy when you go to church, ready knows everything,
mas and New Year's! your parents, or whoever ter school activities. See, and peaceful, without or pray at the dinner but it is important for us
Now we have already you live with to decide even kids have .a,, lot, to that word stress! The an- table, I mean actually to tell Him what we need
passed Valentine's day what you do with those do each day, and I am swer is very simple and taking time to go outside or want, and to let Him
and Easter will be com- hours. We know that we sure you can think of a when you learn to do it alone or go in bedroom, fill us with His peace
ing soon! Time seems all need to sleep, to take lot of other things you every day, you will have whatever place you can and His joy everyday!
like it just flies by! Soon a bath, to help with the need to do in a 24-hour lots of peace and joy, and go to be alone to pray. God is always there for
you will be out of school chores, go to school, do day! But I want to know you will enjoy all of your Praying is really easy, you, so take some time
and summer will be our homework, hopeful- do you take time every time everyday much just talk to God like you every day for God.

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For the sin of all mankind In their heart there was no doubt. Jesus yielded up His Spirit, '-
The action of love The Lamb would be sufficient, The Glory from heaven fell. .
preformed that day, To stand in their stead. The veil was rent
Was in God's perfect time. Without the shedding from top to bottom, .
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Oh, dear brother, without fail. There would be not Don't let anybody fool you, C
Jesus was that sacrificed Lamb, one worthy breath. Neither on radio, TV, or by mail. *
So long hid behind the veil. Though publicly Jesus hung there, Our Savior is the Promise, -
The Holiness of Holies, His body marred and turning For all to view behind the veil. .
Was where the High Priest pale. Thank You Lord,
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Continued From Page 4C monthly Cracker Coffee- Switchfoot April 30; Gary RSVP by March 12 Suwannee District Now April 1
house from 7-9 p.m. in the Allan and Chris Cagle May School bus drivers Schools will administer Ten Star All Star
ly if you are the family Auditorium. Upcoming 7. Wild Adventures Theme former and retired are Spring 2005 Assessments Basketball Camp
member or friend of an ad- events: Antique Tractor and Park is located at 3766 Old invited to retirement SAT 10 March 21-23 Ten Star All Star Summer
dict. Narconon Arrowhead Engine Show April 1-3; Clyattvilje Rd. Valdosta, Ga. celebration Suwannee District Basketball Camp; appllica-
can help. Narconon offers Florida Folk Festival May For more info, visit All former and retired Schools will administer tions taken thru April 1; nvi-
free counseling, assessments 27-29. Open stage night held www.wild-adventure.com. Suwannee County school Spring 2005 Assessments station only. Boys/girls ages
and referrals to rehabilita- the first Saturday of every CALENDAR OF bus drivers are invited to SAT 10 March 21-23. 10-19; College basketball
tion centers nationwide by month with songs, stories, EVENTS help celebrate the retirement SAT 10 is for Grade K-2. scholarships; Where: Babson
calling toll-free, 800-468- yodeling, music and much Through March 28 of Hugh Mills and Diana Each school has more de- Park and Atlanta, Ga.
6933 or logging onto more. Coffee and desserts Driver's license and Evans. Celebratiion at 6 tailed testing information Info/brochure: 704-373-
www.stopaddiction.com. available for sale. Free ad- vehicle inspection p.m., Saturday, March 19, available. Daily student at- 0873.
Don't wait until it's too late. mission at Stephen Foster checkpoints scheduled Sheryl's Buffet, 515 SW tendance is critical during The 5th Army Associa-
Call Narconon now! Folk Culture Center State The Florida Highway Pa- Fifth Street, Live Oak. Tick- these assessment periods. tion tour of Italy, departing
North Central Florida Park, White Springs. Locat- trol will conduct driver's li- ets: $12.50 per person. April 9 New York on June 15
Sexual Assault Center, Inc. ed on US 41, three miles cense and vehicle inspection RSVP by March 12 or for Friends of the Library, The 5th Army Association
- provides individual and from 1-75 and nine miles checkpoints through March info: Marianne Wood, 386- Gainesville book sale World War II, Italy, will con-
group counseling for victims from I-10. For info on addi- 28, on Brown Road, CR 252, 364-3575; Pete Sneed, 386- opens April 9 duct a 10 day final tour of
of rape and incest. Any man tional programs and times, CR 252-A, CR 252-B, CR 362-2122; Joan Fewox, 386- Friends of the Library, Italy, departing New York on
or woman who is 18 years contact the park at 386-397- 25-A, SR 47, SR 341, US 776-2555; Pat Bryant, 386- Gainesville; Spring Book June 15 visiting Rome,
old or older and is a victim 4331, or visit www.Flori- 441, US 41, CR 245, CR 238, 776-2231; or Karen Willis Sale; April 9-13; Friends of Venice, Florence, Pisa, Sor-
of rape, sexual abuse or in- daStateParks.org/stephen- CR 135, Turner Road, SR 386-935-1317. the Library Book House, rento and a special stop at the
cest is eligible to participate. foster/ 100, Trotter's Road, Fairfield 430 North Main Street, American Military Cemetery
All services are free and Stephen Foster Folk Cul- Farms Road, CR 250, CR Suwannee District Gainesville. near Anzio. Former members
confidential. Call Victim ture Center State Park 349, SR 247 and SR 25 in Schools will administer RSVP by March 12 of the many combat divisions
Advocate, Erica Nix toll- Honored as one of 10 "21st Columbia County; CR 132, Spring 2005 Assessments Donations needed for and support groups, their
free at Pager Number, 800- Century American Heritage CR 136, CR 136-A, CR 137, FCAT Reading, Math and Pregnancy Crisis Center families, friends and those in-
400-7140. For other info, Parks" in 2003. For more CR 249, CR 250, CR 252, Science Tests Live Oak yard sale terested in the history of the
call 386-719-9287. info, call 386-397-7009. CR 349, CR 49, CR 795, SR Thru March 11 scheduled for May U.S. 5th Army can contact
North Florida Work- Visit www.FloridaS- 20, SR 247, SR 10, SR 51, Suwannee District The Pregnancy Crisis Sny Canton at 5277B Lake-
force Development AWI tateParks.org/stephenfoster/ US 129 and Mitchell Road in Schools will administer. Center Live Oak staff are front Blvd., Delray Beach, FL
personnel, as part of the one- Spirit of the Suwannee Suwannee County; and CR Spring 2005 Assessments beginning preparations for 33484 or call 561-865-8495.
stop system, strive to help Music Park The Suwan- 136, CR 152, CR 143, CR FCAT Reading, Math and its annual yard sale to be Suwannee High School
dislocated workers and other nee Valley Bluegrass Asso- 249, CR 137, CR 251, CR Science Tests thru March held on May 13. They are Class of 1975 plans 30-year
job seekers find employment ciation holds a jam at the 146, CR 135, CR 141, CR 11. FCAT is for grades 3-10 now accepting donations of class reunion
in a prompt manner. AWI Pickin' Shed every Saturday 150, CR 145 and US 41, SR (Grade 11-Adult RE- good, clean quality house- Suwannee High School
staff now have office hours night at 6:30 p.m. and has a 6, SR 25 in Hamilton County. TAKES). Each school has hold items and Class of 1975 plans 30-year
at the One-Stop Centers in covered dish pot luck every Recognizing the danger pre- more detailed testing infor- clothing. Items may be class reunion. For more info
Hamilton: 386-792-1229, first and third Saturday at 6 sented to the public by defec- mation available. Daily stu- dropped off at the Center's contact Jane Gamble Lew,
Jefferson: 850-342-3338, p.m. For more info, call 386- tiye vehicle equipment, dent attendance is critical location at 112 Piedmont 386-776-1459 or Wayne
Lafayette: 386-294-1055, 842-5786. troopers will concentrate during these assessment pe- St., or for more informa- Mitchell, 386-330-2554.
Madison: 850-973-9675, Suwannee Primary their efforts on vehicles be- riods. tion call 386-330- Calling all classmates of
Suwannee: 386-364-7952 School Lost and Found ing operated with defects Helping Hands Volunteer 2229. The Pregnancy Crisis SHS Class of 1986
and Taylor: 850-584-7604 Parents may check with the spch as bad brakes, worn Orientation March 2 Center is a non-profit orga- Hello! To the graduating
counties as follows: 8 a.m.-5 school office to see if their tires and defective lighting Helping Hands Volunteer nization operating 100 per- class of 1986, our 20 year re-
p.m. Monday through Fri- child's missing coat, equipment. In addition, at- Orientation, 10-11 a.m., cent on private donations, union is fast approaching. It
day, and alternate Saturdays sweater, hat, gloves, lunch tention will be directed to Wednesday, March 2, (first serving the needs of over will be great to see everyone.
9 a.m.-1 p.m. bags, etc. are in the items drivers who would violate Wednesday of every month), 1,000 women and babies in Preparation for the reunion is
Parents of ADD and that are overflowing in the the driver license laws of Hospice of the Suwannee crisis situations alone last in progress. Class 'members
ADHD Children If you storage area. Florida. The Patrol has found Valley, 618 SW FL Gateway year. please contact Angela Hunter
are interested in joining a Suwannee Primary these checkpoints to be an ef- Drive, Lake City. Info or Apply now to be listed! Mandrell at her e-mail ad-
support group call Lea-Anne School Emergency fective means of enforcing registration: Carolyn Long, Fresh From the Farm a dress: Mandr003@bell-
Elaine, 386-362-7339. Clothes Closet The closet ,the equipment and driver's li- 386-752-9191. market guide for south.net. The class members
Pregnancy Crisis Center is in desperate need of small ,cense laws of Florida while Mrs. Vickers' class at Suwannee County may also contact Catrena
- The Live Oak Pregnancy pants and underwear for ensuring the protection of all SHS will hold a yard sale The Suwannee County Francis at: VanessaFran-
Crisis Center at 112 Pied- boys and girls. Sizes 4, 5, 6 motorists. March 5 Extension Service is in the cis@msn.com as soon as pos-
mont St. (behind the Amoco) and 7 are needed to help Register Now! Mrs. Vickers' class, yard process of creating a mar- sible.
is open on Wednesday with "accidents" at school. Voluntary Prekindergarten sale, Saturday, March 5, in ket guide Fresh From the Sign up now!
through Friday from 9 a.m.- Clean clothes are welcome. Program front of Suwanne High Farm to help the general Live Oak Senior Citizens
3 p.m. The center will offet' Dtop off at-th school'office' "Early Learnin'g Cdalition Shooi' ,8 'a.m.-2 'p.. Pro- public ocate products schedule tours
confidential' counselintg, ffe6 Thhnkyrou. 'o," '. of Florida!s Gateway; Volun- 6eds' benefit 'class activi- straight fromf tfih' farm. Live Oak Senior Citizens
pregnancy tests, clothes for Suwannee Valley Builders tary Prekindergarten (VPK); ties. Info: Candy Vickers, Info/application: 386-362-
expectant mothers and in- Association. (SVBA) A non Children four on or before 386-208-1508. 2771. SEE CALENDAR, PAGE 10C
fants. The center will also profit organization, is a group Sept. 1, are eligible to re-
offer referrals to pro-life of approximately 80 local cit- ceive 540 hours of develop-
doctors. Groups and church- izens dedicated to building a mentally appropriate
es might want to have a baby stronger community, whose preschool instruction free
shower and donate all the members volunteer their time this coming school year (be-
items to the center. Also with active involvement with ginning in August). INFO:
needed: Maternity clothes associate sponsorships of Enrollment Manager Jamie
and hangers. Telephone 386- worthwhile community activ- Witzman, 386-752-9770, ext.
330-2229; or toll-free 800- ities and associate members 24 or Gateway Executive Di-
696-4580. of the Council for Progress rector Dr. Thomas Logan,
Rainbow Acres Animal and Suwannee County Chain- 'ext. 12. www.elc-fg.org.
Shelter A nonprofit, no ber of Commerce. SVBA do- Lafayette High School
kill, animal shelter, needs nates two academic scholar- class of 1980 is looking for
donations of all kinds, shel- ships each year, donates classmates
ter material, wood, fencing, Christmas gift/food baskets Lafayette High' School
etc. Food, old .pots, pans, each year and sponsor of the class of 1980; looking for
etc. Almost anything you no children's playhouse raffle at classmates; 25th class re-
longer need, we can put to Christmas. Featured speakers union; Info: Susan Harris
good use. Cash is also ac- from local businesses and a Allen, 386-935-0901, Pam wrist central ministries
cepted to keep our kittens catered dinner are the high- Zimmerman Corbin, 386- l 1
and puppies healthy. Our an- lights of the evening at 935-3118, Jean Williams,
imals are free. Donations ac- monthly meetings. The gen- 386-294-1241. Of iVU- Oak
cepted, not required, eral public is invited to attend Buy tickets now!
Free!!!!! Puppies and Dogs. and become members. Dona- Suwannee County
Kittens and Cats. Contact tions of $5 a person are ac- Cattlemen's Association
Carolynn or Matt, 386-362- cepted at the door to help Heifer Raffle
3338. cover catering expenses. For Suwannee County Cattle-
Reach To Recovery more info on joining the or- men's Association Heifer P re s e n ts
breast cancer survivors visit- ganization, contact Ronnie Raffle. Tickets $1 each. Pro-
ing breast cancer patients ;Pooie, 386-362-4539. ceeds support Beef Heifer
with information and hope. Wanted Have an hour a Show. Drawing at Suwannee I
One on one visits. Free of week to share? Volunteers County Fair in March. Info
charge. Call toll-free, 800- needed at Surrey Place for or tickets:Dottie Barfuss,
ACS-2345 to schedule a vis- our extensive seven-day-a- 386-364-3266 or Joe Jordan,
it. Sponsored by the Ameri- week activity program. Many 386-362-4724.
can Cancer Society. volunteers positions are now March 3
Regional Heart Disease open. Calling out bingo or 28th Annual Tri-County
and Stroke Prevention pokeno, reading to residents Peanut Production
Coalition serving Suwan- who no longer see well or Meeting
nee, Lafayette, Hamilton, sharing scriptures, giving 28th Annual Tri-County W ith
Madison, Jefferson and Tay- wheel chair; rides, in the Peanut Production Meeting;
lor counties meets quarter- courtyard, helping with spe- 5 p.m., Thursday, March 3: Evangelist M ark Johns
ly. Please call Diana King at cial events or being a Branford High School Cafe-
850-342-0170 ext. 220 for "helper/partner" on outings teria; Info: Pam Burke:
more info. out of the facility. Our goal is Suwannee County Extension (Executive Pastor CCM-Lake City)
Spirit of the Suwannee to keep our residents' lives Office, 386-372-2771.
Music Park & Camp- fulfilled by bejng busy and Submit by March 11
ground upcoming events happy. For more info, please Attention NFCC students,
include Feb. 22-24 Best call Karen or Ellie at Surrey alumni
of America by Horseback; Place, 386-364-5961. North Florida Community I I
Feb. 24 Mark Newton Wild Adventures upcom- College's (NFCC) literary
Band; March 5 Spring ing events include: 38 Spe- and arts magazine, the "Sen- N
Fling Garage Sale; March 12 cial and The Marshall Tucker tinel Review," invites .all
Sun Country Jamboree; Band March 5; LeAnn NFCC students, employees
March 18 Cherry Holmes Rimes and Little Big Town and alumni to enter poetry,
Family; March 24-27 March 12; Collective Soul fiction and pen and ink art-
Suwannee Spring Fest; and Low Millions March work by March 11. Info: Lin- CGM Of Live Oak, 1550 Walker SW
March 27 Craft Village 26; Charlie Daniels Band and da Brown, 850-973-9456 or
Easter Egg Hunt. Trick Pony April 2; Ryan brownlin@nfc.edu, or John Contact Pastor Wayne Godsmark for more information 208-1345
Easter Egg Hunt. Trick Pony April 2; Ryan brownlin@nfcc.du, or John1
Stephen Foster State Cabrera with Aslyn and Bon- Grosskopf, 850-973-9455,
Culture Center State Park nie McKee April 16; grosskopf@nfcc.edu.


Continued From Page 9C Weigh In offers free, no March 10 dent attendance is critical Basic Education); Tuesday, toll-free 866-584-5366.
obligation weigh ins and BMI NFCC will conduct during these assessment peri- March 29, 1:30 p.m., NFCC April 9-13
schedule escorted tours to: checks a calculation that College Placement Tests ods. Technical Center; Madisona. Friends of the Library,
The Dead Sea Scrolls Exhib- uses both height and weight (CPT) March 26 campus; Photo ID required; Gainesville book sale opens
it, The Festival of Flowers to determine if you're at a NFCC; College Placement Old Timers Day at Troy Info/registration: 850-973- April 9
and a river boat cruise, Mo- healthy weight. Join us at lo- Tests (CPT); on computer; Springs State Park 9451. Friends of the Library,
bile, Ala., March 8-11; Car- cal, participating Weight 8:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m., Troy Springs State Park, March 31 Gainesville; Spring Book Sale;
nival Cruise to Western Watchers locations from 8 Thursday, March 10, NFCC CR 435, Lafayette County; NFCC will conduct April 9-13; Friends of the Li-
Caribbean, May 15-22; and a.m. to 8 p.m. on Wednesday, Technical Center, Building Annual Old Timers Day; Sat- College Placement Tests brary Book House, 430 North
a San Antonio Experience, March 2, to learn about BMI, No. 13; Madison campus, urday, March 26, 10 a.m.-5 (CPT) Main Street, Gainesville.
Oct. 19-23. Costs and dead- learn tips to eat better, be Info/registration: 850-973- p.m.; need copies of old pho- NFCC; College Placement April 16
lines for payment vary for more active, and to lose 9451. tos, newspaper clippings, Tests (CPT); on computer; 8:30 Gethsemane Church of
each trip. The group meets weight in a healthy way and March 14 God in Christ will
the first Monday, 10:30 a.m., join the fight against cancer. NFCC will conduct hold its Annual Youth
Extension Building II, Agri- To learn more about weight TABE (Test of Adult Basic .' -'"-' Summit
culture Center. Visitors wel- management or to find the Education) Annual Youth Sum-
come. For more info, contact nearest Weight Watchers cen- NFCC; TABE (Test of mit, April 16, 9 a.m.-2
Lula Herring at 386-364- ter, call toll-free 800-651- Adult Basic Education); p.m.; Gethsemane
1510. NOTE: March meet- 6000 or log on to Weight- Monday, March 14, 6 p.m., ,. .. Church of God in Christ,
ing canceled, next meeting Watchers.com. NFCC Technical Center; ,, "' 917 NE Duval Street,
April 4. March 3 Madison campus; Photo ID Live Oak; Theme: "If
Thru March 11 NFCC will conduct Col- required; Info/registration: It's To Be, It's Up To
Suwannee District Schools lege Placement Tests (CPT) 850-973-9451. Me." The summit will
will administer Spring NFCC; College Placement March 15 dive logs or stories. Info: a.m. and 1:30 p.m., Thursday, deal with AIDS, peer pressure,
2005 Assessments FCAT Tests (CPT); on computer; Helping Hands Volunteer Mebane Cory-Ogden, 386- March 31, NFCC Technical drugs, black history brain
Reading, Math and 8:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m., Orientation 935-4835. Center, Building No. 13; Madi- bowl, door prizes etc. Speak-
Science Tests Thursday, March 3, NFCC Helping Hands Volunteer March 28 son campus. Info/registration: ers: Yvonne Scott and others.
Suwannee District Schools Technical Center, Building Orientation, 5:30-630 p.m., NFCC will conduct 850-973-9451. Perry Elks Lodge
will administer Spring 2005 No. 13; Madison campus. Wednesday, March 15, (third TABE (Test of Adult Basic April 1-2 Poker Run April 30
Assessments FCAT Read- Info/registration: 850-973- Tuesday of every month), Education) Third Annual Florida Perry Elks Lodge No. 1851;
ing, Math and Science Tests 9451. Hospice of the Suwannee NFCC; TABE (Test of State Bluegrass Festival Poker Run; April 30, 9 a.m.;
Feb. 28-March 11. FCAT is March 4-5 Valley, 618 SW FL Gateway Adult Basic Education); The Perry-Taylor County 115-miles; win cash or prizes;
for grades 3-10 (Grade 11- Yard sale to benefit Com- Drive, Lake City. Info/regis- Monday, March 28, 6 p.m., Chamber of entry fee, $20/motorcycle,
Adult RETAKES). Each prehensive Community tration: Carolyn Long, 386- NFCC Technical Center; Commerce/Tourism Develop- $5/additional rider; 9 p.m.,
school has more detailed Services 752-9191. Madison campus; Photo ID ment Council, Third Annual dance, live band "Faster than
testing information available. Mission Action Ladies, March 15 required; Info/registration: Florida State Bluegrass Festi- Flash," Perry Elks Lodge ban-
Daily student attendance is Philadelphia Baptist Church; NFCC will conduct 850-973-9451. val, Forest Capital State Park, quet room; Info: Wendy Cruce,
critical during these assess- yard sale; benefits Compre- TABE (Test of Adult Basic March 29 Perry; Friday-Saturday April 1- 850-838-5190, Richard John-
ment periods. hensive Community Services Education) NFCC will conduct 2; Friday 4-11 p.m., Saturday son, 850-584-9288, Aaron
March 8; 15 and 22 (CCS), 8 a.m.-2 p.m., Friday- NFCC; TABE (Test of TABE (Test of Adult Basic noon-ll p.m.; and Third Annu- Portwood, 850-838-4834; en-
Hospice of the Suwannee Saturday, March 4-5, at CCS, Adult Basic Education); Education) al Rotary Club Chili Cook-off. try forms: Perry Elks Lodge,
Valley Grief Support 511 Gold Kist Boulevard, Tuesday, March 15, 1:30 NFCC; TABE (Test of Adult Info/vendors: Dawn Taylor, 304 Puckett Road.
Group will meet March Live Oak. Donations: take to p.m., NFCC Technical Cen-
One of the most helpful CCS, Thursday, March 3. ter; Madison campus; Photo
ways of coping with the Info: CCS, 386-362-7143. ID required; Info/registra-
death of a loved one is to March 5 tion: 8529-973-9451.' -
share with others who are ex- Basketry artist at Stephen March 15 *'
periencing a similar loss. In Foster State Park NFCC will conduct. .l,
this four-week support "Artist in the Park" series; TABE (Test of Adult Basic
group, members have an op- Katie Avram, basket weaving Education)
portunity to express their class; Stephen Foster Folk NFCC; TABE (Test of
feelings and thoughts as well Culture Center State Park, Adult Basic Education);

as gain an understanding of White Springs; Saturday, Tuesday, March 15, 1:30
grief and how it impacts their March 5, 9:30 a.m. until 3 p.m., NFCC Technical Cen- owonGrade
lives. Sharing is voluntary p.m.; $4 per vehicle up to ter; Madison campus; Photo
and confidential. Please eight passengers; Info: 386- ID required; Info/registra-
Note: You must register to 397-1920, www.stephenfos- tion: 850-973-9451. TO
enroll in the group. The tercso.org. March 15-16

ptm. ,o MAtcth 1, ore, 8,rch 15 and Bon-Hrs family GED tess C
22 at Hospice of the Suwan- reunion NFCC; GED tests; 6 p.m.,
nee Valley 618 SW FL Gate- The Bond-Hurst family re- March 15-16 NFCC Techni-,
.as gain an understanding of White Springs; Saturday, Tuesday, March 15, 1:30
grief and how it impacts their March 5, 9:30 a.m. until 3 p.m., NFCC Technical Cen- 1l 504x4 l Grade

lives. Sharing is voluntary p.m.; $4 per vehicle up to ter; Madison campus; s Photou s; I Ta

nter or for more info, con tact fellowship hall, Wellborn Photo ID required; priepara-
theand confidentiee Val. Please eight passengers; Info:at 386- born.ID required; Info/registration: 850-973-

enroll 752-9191in th e group. The tercso.org. Marchh 15-165 1629.

March group will meet from 6-7:30 March sale NFCC will conduct
p.m. on March 1, 8, 15 and Bond-Hurst family GED tests)

Mak22 at Hospice Suwan fr ont of Suwannee High NFCC; ColleGED tests; 6 p.m.,ent

entation and completing the ceeds benefit class activities. a.m. and 1:30 p.m. and 6 p.m.
sree Valley, 618 SW FL Gate-Inf The Bondy VickeHurs, 386family re- March 15-16ursday, NFCC Tch n 17, NFAPRCC
way Dr., Lakigible for volunity. To reergis- union; Saturday, March 5, 208-1508. Technical CenterCenter; Madison campus; FIuoANCE
Teresa Jame s at Hospice of Baptist Church, US 90, Wel- tionadison courses free; fee fo/reg- '04 GMC Canyon Crew Cab 4x4 2003 Ford F-350 Ext. Cab. 4x4 04 GMC Yukon SLE
administrative office as well NFCC will conduct Info/registration: ion: 850 -973-9451.73-
752-9191 or toll free 800- March 5 1629.

759-6357.as helping at special events, TABE (Test of Adult Basics at March 1
educational fairs, community Education) Third Annual New Yorknduct
events and fund raising. Yous Volunteer Mrs. Vickers' class, yard College Placement Tests
Orientation will be held from Monday, March 7, 6 p.m., 12:30-4 p.m.le, Saturday, March 5, in (CPT)
10-1Make a differ.m.. on Wednesday, NFCC Technical Center; 19, Tucker's Fine Dining, Lake '99 Che 1500 LS 4X4 '04 Ford F-150 4x4 '04 Pontiac Montanament
one'sMarch 2, (first Wednesdaying ori- S c hool, 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Pro- Tests (CPT); on computer; 8:30
screening process, you will Info: Candy Vickers, 386- Thursday, Marchd, 386-752-NFCC
bthe Suwanneligible for volunteering in 208-1508. -973-9451. 4885, Edne ettie. 386-752-8520.
th e Hospice Attic thrift store, Lake March 813; Madison campus. Infrchreg- '04 GMC C21-23nyon rew Cab 4x4 2003 Ford F-30 Ext. Cab. x4 04 MC Yukon SLE

C'ity. To register or for more NFCC will conduct Suwannee District Schools aV. E % OflfI New Save 40%h. ff! New Save 50% Off! New
as helping at special events, TABE (Test of Adult Basic will administer Spring 2005
386-752-9191.educational fairs, community Education) Third Annual New YorkSAT 10
events and fund raising. You NFCC; TABE (Test of SuwDay in Lake City ey30,ooo Mles Loaded, Leather, Sunroof
musNation hits the scales forn. Adult Basic Education); Thwill administer Spring 2005 ORoad, Pkg.,VeyoMls ll ILa n lSave
thOrientation will be held from MonTuesday, March 7, 1:30 p.m., Assess12:30-4 p.m.,ents Saturday, March 10 S
C0-11 a.m.. on Wednesday, NFCC Technical Center; Ma19, Tucker's Fine Dining, Lake '99ChMosleyS4 '04 FordF-150 4x4 '04 Pontiac Montana
March 2, (firstican Weighdnesday ofIn Madison campus; Photo ID Grade K-2City Info/reservations: Man- ~ 3624n -
evThe American Cant Hospice of required; Info/registration: more detailed testing infor- rd LIVE MAF 3 Ma0
cith e Suwannee Valley, 618rican 850-973-9451. ma4885, EdPettion available. Daily stu386-752-8520. 1 % 530 UH R : 8
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Charles Springs and a boat ramp on the Suwannee River. $3,350 per acre owner financing
em 1-800-.%7-7478available (Owner/Broker)
Sl(2) 84.50 (+1-) SUWANNEE COUNTY property has frontage on CR #49 and has scattered
oak and pine trees. Great home site! $3,000 per acre (Owner/Broker)
BEAUTIFUL ROLLING PASTURE. (3 65 ACRES SUWANNEE COUNTY- property has frontage on CR #49 and has scattered
2 1/2 b s CONVENIENTLY LOCATED Just 3 18+ acres very large baLrn/warehous oak and pine trees. Great home site! $3,000 per acre (Owner/Broker)
miles South of Live Oak on Hwy 129 is with shelter and raised wood floors, (4) 155 (+-) ACRES SUWANNEE COUNTY genty rolling land located next to Peacock
where you'll find this 3 bedroom home. mixed grasses, oak trees around fence Springs State Park, Ideal for home site or hunting! $2,995 per acre (Owner/Broker)
Home has 1,368 sq.ft., front porch, lines. $125,000. Call Sylvia Newell, 362- (5) 210 (+/-) ACRES SUWANNEE COUNTY property is located on State Road #51about 3
workshop complete w/ wiring & 5575. MLS#44265. miles north of the Suwannee River. Great location for home site! $3,500 per acre
concrete floor. Located on 2 acres. THE RIVER RUNS PAST THIS... 2+ (Owner/Broker)
$72,500. Call Irvin Dees, 362-1026. acre lot. Just down the way is a large (6) 645 ACRES MADISON COUNTY gently rollirig land with majestic hardwoods along the
... MLS#40195. spring. Close to paved road only meandering of a creek that runs through the property. Land is in 19 & 20 year old planted
ULTIMATE BACHELOR PAD. This $75,000. Call Carolyn Spilatore, 362- pines and has paved road frontage. Ideal for hunting, other recreational uses or home site.
ACCENT ON CONVENIENCE... 3/1 1/2 brick home is setup for total relaxation & 6832. MLS#43223. $2,725peracre
ACCENT ON CONVENIENCE... 3/1 1/2 brck, enjoyment. Very spacious master LIKE NEW... 2000 28x56 $72 pe4ACRE
living, dining, and family rooms, 1 car carport, bero / uble i FPsT manufactured ome,23/2 split floor (7) 674 ACRES MADISON COUNTY this tract has some cut over land, about 195 acres of
.CH/AC all electric, city water & sewer, storage master bath is incredible w/ built in large master BR w/glamour bath, double 2001 planted sand pines and some beautiful hardwood hammocks surrounding the Sand Pond.
buildings, cable TV, $93,500. Call Glenda McCall, sauna room, tile shower, & steam room vanity, large walk-in closet, solar tinting deal for deer and turkey hunting. Property is a short drive from -10. $1,995 per acre
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Enola Golightly, 842-2470, or Ric Suwannee county. This lot features huge
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A REAL SLEEPER Don't wait to see from town. This won't last long. $29,500.o
this beauty. 4/2 MHw/ a guest house, Call Irvin Dees, 362-1026. MLS#43902. Corner of H\,y. 27 & Clyde Avcnue, Mayo, Florida
YOUR HORSES HAVE A HOME... And you do large front porch, detached garage, & a 2 BRAND NEW CYPRESS LOG Heather M. Neill, Broker
too on this 4 acres w/ fencing. Home is a 2000 3/2 acres. Only $122,500. Call Carolyn HOME. Light & airy inside. 50' covered
w vaulted ceilings, garage, fireplace, and an extra Spilatore, 362-6832. MLS#43669 front porch. Wooded 5 acre lot. Perfect PHONE: (386) 294-2131 MOBILE: (386) 208-5394
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large shower. 7451 169th Drive, Live Oak. home situated on 10 acres. Home has $239,000. Call Jan Fessler, 364-8407. "
$210,000. Call Anita Kent-Handy, 208-58.77.. 2,600 sq.ft. with a total of 3,436 sq.ft. MLS#44223
MLS#42573 under foof:. Ceramic tile in the great TWO STORY HOUSE, 3,000 sqft very .
room, gas log fireplace in the Florida large rooms, separate dinning room, and .i..
Room. Stocked fish pond with deck. family room w/ wet bar. Nestled in nice 1
New 30x40 steel bldg & 20x30 large oaks on 1+ acre. House needs TLC
workshop, screened porch w/hot tub. & minor repairs. $169,000. Call Sylvia
Visit www.poolerealty.com for virtual Newell, 362-5575. MLS#43413 ,
tour. $234,000. Call Irvin Dees, 362- 5 ACRES Less than 1/4 mile to the
1026. MLS#41671 Historic Suwannee & Royal Springs. 4/2
NICE SECLUDED PROPERTY... 1968 brick home w/ large bedrooms, & 3/2 HOME on 2 ACRES Beautifully treed STEINHATCHEE WATER VIEW -
Planted with young short leaf pines, carport. $125,000. Call Rhonda Miller,
LOVELY TO LOOK AT but better to live in. 3/2 Would be a great homesite for those 362-4169. MLS#43983 property between Live Oak and Lake City. Residentiallot just outside town with great
on an acre just outside the city limits. Only wanting privacy. Approx 10 miles from LAKE FRONT IN... Lake Park Georgia 1,456 sq. ft., fireplace, walk-in closets, view. $125,000. #44284. Ask for Tonya
minutes from everything. Just $185,000. Call the town of Madison. $87,250. Call Patti area. 265' on Alcyone Lake including an vaulted ceilings, skylights. 40x36 insulated Chandler.
Carol ilatore 362-6832. MLS#43738 Wolfe, 208-3030. MLS#42905 immaculate 2002 3/2 home w/ split floor barn, 20x24 car port. 374' frontage on Hwy.
INVESTOR'S 200 acres of timber plan. The home is made of block & 90; could possibly be zoned commercial.
--most of which is 16-19 yrs old pines. Hardee board siding. Spacious kitchen $94,000. #42718. Ask for Heather Neill
Located 1/4 mile from the Historic opens into great room w/ FP. Master
Suwannee River just under a mile of bedroom large enough for king size bed.
road frontage in Suwannee Co. just of Master bath has bathtub, shower, &
ropaved road. $900,000. Rhonda Miller, walk-in closet. Secondary bedroom large
S 362-4169. MLS#39349 enough for queen size bed. Home also HOME ON ONE ACRE 3/2 in Lafayette
WANT TO OWN YOUR OWN includes a 2 car garage. This home sits up County. Carport, fenced, two 12'x12'
BUSINESS? Great opportunity to on a hill w/ an absolutely gorgeous view outbuildings and stocked pond. Close to
purchase a commercial business located of the lake from your very own screened outbuildings and stocked pond. Close to
just outside the ACV Retirement in porch & swimming pool. Enjoy the town. Should qualify for a SHIP loan.
Community. Currently a video/DVD evening sunset, fishing, or just feed the .' $88,500. #44358. AskforTonyaChandler
rental but other use possible. $179,000. fish off your own private floating dock.. ... ,,,,.,
ACCENTON VALUE! Beautiful two story home Call Sylvia Newell, 362-5575. $310,000. Call Ric Donovan, 590-1298 ,
in exclusive subdivision in Mayo. Home features 4 MLS#42745 or Enola Golightly, 842-2470 or .* .
bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths, wrap around porch, and NO RESTRICTIONS... 5 ac., pasture, www.enolagolightly.com MLS#43881 RIVERFRONT 2 acres, beautifully treed
detached four car garage. You will love the glass homes or mobile homes allowenda McCall, 144thand partially cleared. Well, septic, electric
breakfast room. $235,000. Call Dick Calvitt, 364- 776-1639. MLS#44201 G.and phone already in place. $89,500.
8497. MLS#43788 #44300. Ask for Heather Neill
County, near Branford and the 357' on Pickett Lake in new, gated, homes-
Suwannee River. Mobiles okay. only community. Deep water lot. $112,000.
$30,000. #43653. Ask for Ricky Hunt. #44383. Ask for Brack Jackson. 1461, OH-F

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Friendly & well taken care of. Call LOST: Bull Terrier, ZEUS, male, #2212 MANDY One and a half living with parents or legal;
386-364-7795, Iv. msg. if no answer. brindle with white marking, no collar, years old, tabby, female. A lady of AGRICULTURE custodians, pregnant women and
lost near McAlpin. charming and captivating personality. people securing custody of children'
LOST: gray and white goat, a child's A precious addition to any home. under 18.
PERSONAL SERVICES pet, greatly missed. Lost from Rocky #2213 CRICKET One and a half This newspaper will not knowingly:'
PERSONAL SERVICES Ford Road, Madison. years old, Tortoise shell, female. You accept any advertising for real estate
LOST: Red and white Boxer, lost in could look the world over and which is in violation of the law. Our;-.
SE R DHealth Care Lee area, wearing red collar. NEVER find a more lovable girl. readers are hereby informed that all
BUSINESS SERVICES DIABETIC? MEDICARE? LOST: Two dogs: No. 1, Lab, black, #2497 KALUHA Nine months old, MERCHANDISE
Medicare pays for testing supplies, female, wearing two collars red and tabby, male. This delightful boy is
No finger Stickingl Almost Painless. black; No. 2, Boxer Wiland, one ready to bond with a family. He'll play, Musical Instruments
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wearing collar with I.D. tag. If found ... on the lookout for a friend to share opportunity basis. To complain ofl."
Real Estate call 904-226-0442. that love. Ohl and handsome! discrimination call HUD toll-free 1-
SLOST: Two dogs: Staffshire mix, No. #2592 MILLIE One year old, light 800-669-9777. The toll-free number
First Day 1, white, brown spot on tail and ear; Tabby and white, female. A suave for the hearing impaired is 1-800-
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w/utility shed on 1 ac. lot. Both have FOUND: Small Beagle mix, female, old, grey, female. This is such a condition, kept tuned regularly. $600. Houses for Rent
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1084. These are just a few of the kittens household. Come and meet her, F Day
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wooded. *Just off paved CR 250. LOST AN ANIMAL? WANTTO DOGS: gentleman, longing for a home and a yard care furnished. Sleeps one. No
Owner financingonod ae a. 9 e r ADOPT? Ca ll Suwanne : for Cou ho e a yard care furnished. Sleeps one.. No-- ,
Owner financing, no downpayment. ADOPT? Call Suwannee County #2079 MISCHIEF -Two years old, loving owner. smoking, drinking, or drugs on
(3) 177t al prive: 3 Bedrocen $ 3 2 a tan, female. The right name for the #2667 ERMA Five months old,
$560./mo. Total price 54,500. 352- Animal Control at 386-208-0072. M-F tan, female. The right name for the #2667 ERMA Five months old, premises. $115.00/wk+dep. Call 386
215-1018. from 9 a.m.- 5 p.m. right puppy. Likes to run and play, tabby, female. Ready to rule the roost 362-1561.
and give kisses. with her regal manner. Can play and FOR RENT Near Mayo. Lg. 2/2 home
OWNER FINANCE CITY CRITTERS #2080 EVA Two years old, black, prance and purr and do all that kitty with enclosed Florida porch. Fridge,
3BD/2BA DWMH w/family room Please give us a home These cute female. Not everyone wants a stuff!SE aaa E
addition, on 1 acre. 7852 137th little dogs need a home and are wiggling puppy. For those who want #2684 ABE Three years old, FOR SALE Yamaha Electone FS- DW, Stove. Newly remodeled. No
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Live Oak Animal Control department companion ... come meet the placid outlook that makes everyone FM Excellent condition. $900. OB. Attached efficiency also available.
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WANTEDTOBY and cannot keep animals for long #2345 MORRIS One year old, #2690- BINDI- Oneand a half years Miscellaneous 7p.m.
5WANTEO O ACU periods of time. Please call Sally at black and brown, male. This is a lad old, female, orange. A serene spirit
HIGHTO 10& ACDRY the Live Oak Police, 386362-7463, whose heart is just jumping with love. and a loving outlook. Would love to mattBEDS, Queen Orthopedic brandPillow Top, Fr a
PARIh ALLYCLEARED to see these and other animals who Wants to please; wants a loving have aome to call her own. attess bo. ae ban wit OU
PARTIALLY CLEARED need to be adopted home. Many more kittens and cats available warranty, new in plastic. $140.00. New House CHA Screened Porch,
#2670 BEAR Retriever mix, beige for adoption. Also new King size Pillow Top $600/mo, 1st, last & $300se. dep.
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black, brown and white, male. The Suwannee Valley Huma4e freezer in bottom & other misc. items. Home. $350.00 plus deposit. NO
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great love of life! Knows there's a cans. Take them to the shelter, refrig. $150., oak dinette w/4 chairs
place for him. Do you have that Recycle, recycle, recyclel $100., washer $50., 10-gun gun Two Bedroom/Two Bath, CH&A,",
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Bus. 386-362-1389 Fax (386) 362-6131 #2692 NEMO Seven weeks old, Suwannee Valley Humane Society electric range $150., microwave $40. pets. Call 386-842-2346.
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FL: 7.3 Acres on Springs area, iver access, and black and white male, So adorable! PROCEEDS SUPPORT THE WILKINSON .
(1) Lee, FL: 7.3 Acres on Springsarea, riveraccess, and This baby, brother to NEMO, is HUMANE SOCIETY.
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1,750 sq. ft. under roof Skeen Rd.: 5.81 acres with a Decorator Print Fabrics
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Commercial Building 1999 Doublewide mobile -FOR RENT- -FOR RENT- Window Coverings- Pillows- intoMagieValley,3min
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(2) 75 acres on paved road @ $69,900. Valdosta, GA Lucy
on pasture with some live (9) Camping Lot: One acre Central H/A. central H/A. Call for Directions 800-633-2215 SMOKY MOUNTAIN CABIN
oaks, fenced and cross riverview lot in the Blue Two BD/One Bath.Trout stream, near
fenced, two wells, 1/4 mile on Springs area, river access. First month's First month's Cherokee, NC & DollyWood,''
paved Rd. 1/4 mile on county $5,995. Gatlinburg & Maggie Valley. $325.00 "-
grade, good area. $3,995 per (10) Harrell Heights: New rent plus deposit rent plus deposit per week. Call 386-752-0013.
acre. three bedroom, two bath Commercial
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Home containing 1104 sq. ft. of living area. At 90 on CR 137, by B&B Food,s
approximately 1,350 sq. ft. Parking pad. $82,500. 100% garbage included. garbage included. Wellborn Can be Barber & Beauty :
Kitchen furnished 225'137 financing to qualified buyer. Shop, Office, Sales, Florist & Pelantt ..
lot. $72,000. (11) Azalea Park: Three No pets. No pets Nursery, Crafts, Gifts, Radio TVPa
(4) (5) Off CR 51 S.W.: 20 bedroom, two bath, central REAL ESTATE FOR RENT Rental Repair, Insurance Thrift Shop.
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DWMH in excellent $69,900. Financing available.
condition, contact office. (12) Azalea Park: Three F~OR RENT-
2000 sq. ft. under roof, bedroom, two bath, central M
detached storage $149,500. heat & air condition home, 3BR, 2BA DWMH, M obile Hom es Y c R hE SA F A
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a four bedroom, three bath, Financing available. CENTRAL H/A. and Over 4 Million
CH/CA, brick home (13) US 90 West & I-10: 32 FIRST MONTH'S Homes for Sale
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