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Title: The Mayo free press
Uniform Title: Mayo free press (Mayo, Fla. 1958)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Bernard Guthrie
Place of Publication: Mayo Fla
Creation Date: June 2, 2005
Publication Date: 1958-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Mayo (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Lafayette County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Lafayette -- Mayo
Coordinates: 30.051944 x -83.175556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 70, no. 27 (June 20, 1958)-
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Preceded by: Mayo free press and Lafayette County news

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    Section A: Main
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    Section B: Sports
        Page 1
        Page 2
        Page 3
        Page 4
        Page 5
        Page 6
    Section C: North Florida Focus
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        Page 2
        Page 3
        Page 4
    Section C: North Florida Focus: Good News
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    Section C: North Florida Focus Continued
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    Section D: North Florida Focus: Classified Marketplace
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une 1-J ne 12 since his arrest in May
From June 1 through | '- 2004 until his sentence is
June 12, Floridians can I handed down by
save while preparing Lafayette County Judge
themselves for the 2005 Harlow H. Land, Jr. in
Hurricane Season. Flori- July of this year.
save while preparing Lafayette County Judge

day's Hurricane Prepared- This is the first time a
ness Sales Tax Exemption suspect charged with Lafayette District Schools bus drivers have reason to be proud of the accomplishment that put them
will allow individuals manufacturing metham- first in the state to pass (100%) the new S endorsement mandated by the federal government. (L-
and families an opportu- phetamine has been heard R) Sandy Walker, Georgie Neilson, Miriam Byrd, Gary Wiedman, Reba Trawick, Lorraine Prine, Vicky
nity to purchase certain by a jury in the Third Ju- Driver, Patricia Lee., Kay Marler, Charlene Driver, Don Baker, Mitzi Hendrick and Dwala McCray.
disaster preparedness dicial Circuit. Photo Delores L. Walker
supplies without paying One of the key witnesses
sales tax. Robert Byron Mullins in the two day trial was e e- D district Schools
Lafayette County Photo LCSO tective Aubrey (A.P.) Land, Ly e ist ri
Emergency Management Live Oak Police Depart-
is recommending the citi- Delores L. Walker ment. Land, as an expert bus' drivers first in th e state
zens of Lafayette County Free Press Reporter witness on clandestine
to start preparing now labs, instructed the jury on Ward also commended According to Trawick,
for the upcoming season. A jury of six, four the procedure used to set Delores L. Walker Reba Trawick, the school most of the Lafayette
Some suggested sup- women and two men took up a lab for the purpose of Free Press Reporter bus trainer. "She keeps our Schools bus drivers were
plies include: NOAA one hour Tuesday after- producing methampheta- drivers up to date on any grandfathered in; that is,
Weather Radio, Genera- noon, May 24, to find mine, the dangers to a corn- Twenty-two full-time changes made to ensure they were only required to
tor, Water Container, Robert Byron Mullins munity they impose, the ef- and and substitute bus dri- our children's safety," take the knowledge (writ-
Plastic Sheathing, guilty of trafficking in fects ofthe drug on the user, vers made history May 19 Ward said. ten) test on the new subject
Canned Food, Flash- controlled substance and the expense and dan- when they passed the man- Department of Education, matter relating to school
lights, Batteries, Sleeping (methamphetamine) / guil ger involved in disman- dated Commercial Driver Commissioner John L. bus operation. Those who
Bags. First Aid Kit, Hur- ty of manufacturing tling an active lab. License School Bus En- Winn said the new require- do not qualify for grandfa-
ricane Shutters, Fire Ex- methamphetamine guilt Detective Land told the dorsement Requirement. ment will ensure that thering through Sept. 30,
tinguisher. y of possession of con- jury that his experience They now have the distinc- school districts can contin- and all persons after that
For more information, trolled substance with the comes from his involve- tion of being the first dri- ue toprovide students with date will be required- to
contact Lafayette County intent to sell or ment and training as one vers to pass on the first try, access to educational pro- pass a driving skills.test in
Emergency Management deliver/guilty of posses- of the team members of 100% in the state of Florida. grams. a school bus of the same.ve-
at 386-294-1950. sion of listed chemical Suwannee County Drug District School Superin- All bus drivers are re- hicle group as the school
Look for a Hurricane and guilty of conspiracy. Task Force. tendent Fred Ward said; quired to pass the school bus applicant will drive to
Guide in the June 16 edi- Sheriff Carson McCall Land said Suwannee "We have a very good bus S endorsement on their demonstrate their driving
tion of the Mayo Free said Mullins will remain County Drug Task Force group of hard workingand Commercial Driver License skills.
Press. at Lafayette County De- dedicated school bus dri- (CDLs) by September 30,
tention Center where he SEE MULLINS, PAGE 6A vers." 2005. SEE LAFAYETTE, PAGE 6A
Lafayette County
School Board Interdiction Unit makes drug arrests
Special Session Two arrests were made by who alerted the officers that i
Lafayette County Sheriff's Office drugs were present in Williams' O r

There will be a Special ,, sulted in drug charges, rested by Hamlin and charged .:
June 3, 2005 at 8 a.m. in NW Kings Rd., Mayo was than 20 grams) and possession of Weather art by LES student
the School Board Admin- stopped for a traffic violation drug paraphernalia. arli Lawson
istration Building. <. May 17 on CR 292 by Deputy A second traffic stop on May
SScott Hamlin. Hamlin was joined 20 by Deputy Geoff Condy also .Weather Ey
Lafayette County by Sheriff Carson McCall and Sgt.
SLafette C ntey Donald F. Williams Lonny Hempstead and K-9 Paska SEE INTERDICTION, PAGE 6A Preston P. uiles on Mayo -
Little League Cloudy with aftem n
Awards Ceremony Newest officer of Interdiction Unit certified thunderstorms.
Lafayette County Little 71 Hh : 87
League will hold their K-9 Officer J.D., a German Shepherd, is the J.D. works in partnership with Deputy Geoff Rain Chance: 60%
annual awards presenta- newest member of Lafayette County Sheriff's Of- Condy and the veteran K-9 Officer Paska is Sgt
tion on Saturday, June 4, fice (LCSO) Interdiction Unit to receive certifica- Lonny Hempstead's partner. Deputy Scott Hamlin
at 3:30 p.m. at the Ed- tion. completes the Unit that is now fully certified. Contact US
ward Perry Sports Com- Thanks for readingM e
The ceremony follows We encourage your phone
the final Junior League calls and questions..
and Major League games You're welcome to cail
of the 2005 season. Play- us at (386) 294-1210
ers and coaches awards
will be distributed as
well as team and individ- INDEX
ual photographs. We
hope to see everyone 1-5D
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S Sports ..........1B
INSIDE: .,Social News......3A
Local retiree produces Church News .... .2A
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PAGE 2A THE MAYO FREE PRESS, Mayo, FL THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 2005

Share your Vacation Bible School at Riverside
faith 15e 1o T Baptist Church June 4
SB C J 4 Lucille Johnson Bascom, Myrtle Boner,
The construction fore- We're going to explore Lucille Johnson, 77, of Ocee, and Gertrude Smith,
What is your man shouts, "Welcome to a the life of Jesus and see in Live Oak, passed away Columbus, GA; two broth-
church work in progress. We're Him character qualities Wednesday, May 24, 2005 ers: James Conrad, Bascom,
doing? under construction at the that honor God. Here kids in Shands at Live Oak Hos- and Chester Conrad; three
Let us hear moment, trying to improve will be building on a firm pital in Live Oak, after a grandchildren and three
from you! our hearts and minds." foundation, but not with long illness. The Malone, great grandchildren also
I The signs posted in front bricks and stone. Jesus is native moved to Live Oak survive.
S Have an article of Riverside Baptist the model of perfection- in 1999 from Gilchrist Memorial services were
you want printed? Church declare CON- His plans for us are divine. County. She was a member held Friday May 27, 2005 at
y n Send it to us! STRUCTION ZONE- Through hands-on activi- of The Mayo Baptist the Mayo Baptist Church,
BUILDING CHARACTER ties kids will be challenged Church, Mayo. Mayo, with Rev. Roy Saint
Phone: 294-1210 LIKE JESUS. to be humble, obedient, Survivors include her officiating.
o Fax: 294-2666 Another fun-packed Va- faithful, caring, and daughter: Catherine & Jerry Daniels Funeral Home of
n/c cation Bible School takes forgiving. Trail, Live Oak. Three sis- Live Oak was in charge of
place all day on June 4, So get ready to build ters: Chrystelle Rodgers, all arrangements.
't ta e H im from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. for your life according to code.
Don't take H ages 3 thru 11 years old. Learn God's Word and Forum for grandparents
This construction project is hammer it home. Build a
following God's blueprint life and character the way raising grandchildren
for our lives. Jesus showed us to do.
If you're one of those childcare. To register, call
grandparents who is off Sonja Riley at 386-658-5410.
When is your pastor's Summer Food Service Program your rocker and serving as Pre-registration is appreci-
birthday? What is his fa- The Lafayette School District, located at 363 NE Craw- parents for your grandchil- ated and will help ACV
vorite color? Where was he ford Street, Mayo, will be participating in the Summer dren, then you may be plan for the day. The meet-
born and under what kind Food Service Program during the months of May, June looking for a friendly ing place is Copeland Com-
of influence was he raised? and July. source of support. An all- munity Center, Marvin
His favorite food is..., con- Nutritionally balanced meals will be provided to all day forum for grandpar- Jones Blvd., on the ACV
plete the sentence (Don't children regardless of race, color, sex, disability, age, or ents raising grandchildren campus.
take it for granted that it is national origin during summer vacation when school will be held at Advent This Forum is a coopera-
chicken). Do you really breakfasts and lunches are not available. All children 18 Christian Village, Dowling tive effort between Advent
know anything about your ears old and younger, if open site, are eligible for meals Park, on Friday, July 15, Christian Village and the
pastor: the man of God : I at no charge and there will be no discrimination in the from 8:30 am to 3:30 pm. Suwannee County Cooper-
who bears his heart before David H. Matier course of the meal service. The programs are only ap- This forum is open to resi- ative Extension Service.
you week-after-week? proved for geographical areas of need where 50 percent dents of Suwannee and
It is so easy to be critical: he doesn't care anything about or more of the children qualify for free and reduced Lafayette counties.
me; he's not interested in me. Off-the-cuff statements are meals during the school year. The forum offers infor- Free Diabetes
made about him with little real thought. You should ask, Summer feeding sites that are located at schools pro- mation, relaxation, and and Osteoporosis
who cares about him? (Thank the Lord in most cases he is vide meals to all children in the immediate vicinity in ad- support for grandparents.
married at least he has a caring wife!) edition to those enrolled in summer school. ACV Department of Youth Screening
Being a pastor is often a lonely position. He has to be The following sites will be participating in the Summer and Family Services will
careful about showing favoritism. If he goes out to eat Food Service Program: provide care for the grand- set for June 30
with a family or individual more than once some one will Lafavette Elementary School, 811 E. Main Street, children. All area seniors are in-
say, he plays favorites you know! You have heard how Mayo, FL, May 31 July 8 11:30 12:30 M-Th The topics of discussion vited to participate, free
people talk behind your pastor's back! Bethel Mt. Sinai Church include understanding the of charge in the Diabetes
You need to be different. Paul, writing to the church at 357 Pine St. Mayo, FL, June 31-July 8 11:30-12:30 M-Th. different relationships that and Osteoporosis
Thessalonica, said, ...we beseech you, brethren, to know Any person who believes he or she has been discrimi- occur when a grandparent Screening at Manna
them which labor among you, and are over you in the nated against in any USDA-related activity should write becomes the parent. In ad- House, Thursday, June
Lord, and admonish you; and to esteem them very highly or call immediately to: edition, experts will discuss 30, 10 a.m. until 12 noon.
in love for their works sake... (I Thessalonians 5:12, 13). USDA, Director, Office of Civil Rights where to get help with le- Sponsored by Depart-
Love your pastor. Show-an interest in him. Let him know Room 326-W gal, insurance, and behav- ment of Elder Affairs,
you are concerned about his family and his problems as Whitten Building ioral issues. Grandparents Suwannee River Area
concerned about him as you expect him to be about you 14th & Independence Ave., S.W. can suggest the services health Education center
and your problems! Washington, D.C. 20250-9410 that are most needed by and Manna House.
David H. Matier, DPC (202) 720-5964 (voice or TDD) them. For more information
Christian/Biblical Counseling USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer. A $5 per adult registra- call 294-2150.
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AIRLINE BAPTIST CHURCH (SBC)......294-2676 Methodist Church NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH esus Christ Fellowship
Co-Pastor........................................................................Larr Law Phone: 386-294-1661 Pastor..............................................................tor Rev. Charlie W walkeru s C hrist Fellow shi
Co-Pastor..................................................... ..... Rusty ryan MAYO FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Sunda S school ..............................................10:00 a.m Comm nity Church,
Sunday School......... 5 a.m. Located SE corner of Hwy. 27 & FL 51 Mayo................................................................1000 a.m. n ,
Worship Service... ............... ......................... 11:00 a.m. Pastor, Walter Bell Morning Worship..................................................11:00 a.m. A Full Gospel M ministry
Chidrens/Youth Disipleship.. ............................ 6:00 p.m. Discipleship Training........................................................ 6:00 p.m. I
DiscipleshipTraining63 m SdSo.. 00m E i osp ................................ 6:30.7:0 pm. May
DiscipleshipTraining......................................................6:30 p.m Sunday School ...............................................................10:00 a.m Evening W rship.............................................................7:00 p.m of M ayoFlorida, Inc.
Evening Worship .... .......................................... 7:00 p.m. Morning Worship............................ 11:00 a.m. Adult Choir..... .............................................. 8:00 p.m. 294-1656
WednesdayAdult Bible Study................................. Evening Worship.........................6:00 p.m. Prayer Meeting, Bible Study & Mission Group-Wed...7:00 p.m. Deacon Lemon Curtis Watson,
AWANAouth Meetings.................6:30 p.m. Wednesday Prayer Meeting.................................7:00 p.m. Located wo Miles north of Mayo Off Highway 51 chairman of the Deacon Ministry
Located Four Miles East of Mayo on Highway 27L
"0 Come Let us Worship The Lord" Ps. 95:6 12991-F "The Friendly Mayo Methodist" 1s999.F "Come And Hear, All Ye That Fear God" Ps. 66:16 129003F Mother EmmaWatson, General Mother
Located on Lake St.
at the corner of San Pedro St.
ALTON CHURCH OF GOD.....................294-3133 LIGHTHOUSE CHRISTIAN CENTER...294-3089 PLEASANT GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH (SBC).294-1306 Church Services
Pastor ..... ............................. Charles E. Hod Jr. Pastor, John W hittington Pastor ...........................................................................Ted Rushing Sunday School.....................10:00 a.m.
Yout Pasto- re eal, S4Morning Worship................11:00 a.m.
Youth Pas tor .................................. ............................................................. 4 a.m.M i W
Music Director.. ........... ......................Blanche Perry S d S chool .....................9 45a.m. Tuesday Service.....................7:00 p.m.
Children's Pastor.......... .....Ryan & Tiffany Perry Sunday Praise and Worship Service................1......0:30 a.m. Worship Service............................... ...........11:00 a.m. (Prayer Meeting and Bible Study)
Sunday School..... ............... ..... 9:45 a.m. Children's Church............ .... ....... .......... 10:30 a.m. WeDiscipleship Training..............6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Worship Service/K.I.D.S. Church..................................10:45 a.m. Sunday Night Service..... ............... 6:00 p.m. Evening Training....... ........ ....... 6:00 p.m. Worship means Celebration, Communication,
Evenin W orship.............................................................6:00 p.m W wednesday Service.......................................7:00 p.m Team Kids Night ...............................................................6:30 p.m Membeand Chi means Co mmitment.
Family Night 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 Disleship means a studentofthe
State Road 27 128994-F State Road 51 Mayo "Love Never Fails" 12 000s -Jesus Saves -- 129004-F word of God. 15

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: Dr. Roy Lee Saint (Go south o160th, turn rigacforyou
Pastor... .... .........................................Elder Carlyn Demps Worship Leader..................................... ................oycelyn Cook Pa(Go south on 51 to 160th, turn right).............Wayne Hudson
Pastr..... ....EderCarolyn Demps Worship Leader..... .Joycelyn Cook Pastor: Stan Posey Pastor...............Wayne Hudson
Sunday School...........11:00 a.m. Sunday Schedule Phone (386) 776-1806 Phone Number........386-294-9144
Worship Service ..................... ... ........ 1:00 p.m. b Ie Sdna n..................... a ewbeginningschurch@alltel.net
Thurs Bible Stud 700 p.m y..............................................................S...aM W oship..................................... ........... ..:..................9:3 new eginningschltenet
nu s ay e t dy............... ................... p.m Worship Service.............................................................. 11:00 A.M Bible Study.......................................... ....... ..... 10:30 am
Sunday Night Service............... ..................... ......... 6:00 PM Purpose Statement:
357 PinWednesday Night Schedule WEDNESDAY New Beginnings exists to providan environment
"Membership ine Street Adult Prayer Service .....................................6:30 PM. Women's Bible Study...................................10:00 am where Peole can discover and delop passionfor
"Membership means Discipleship" 128a5.F moba hhe, ?-F 1,547-F God that is ReaPl relevant, and relational.

HATCHBEND APOSTOLIC CHURCH..935-2806 MIDWAY BAPTIST CHURCH THE OASIS Presently meeting in the Mayo
Community Center
Sunday School..............................0:00 am. Pastor: Larry Easton Semice Schedule
Pastor... ... .................. Rev.or Service................................. .......................... 11:00 a.m. Sunday AM Service......................................................10:30 a.m. Sun. Morning Worship...................1000am.
Sunday School..... .................... 10:00 a.m. Discipleship Training..................... ............. ..6:00 p.m. Children's Church.........................................................10:30 a.m. Wednesday Night Bible Study.............7:00p.m
Evening Worship......................... ........................6:00 p.m. Everung Worship.................................... ............... .7:00 p.m. Thursday............................ 7:00 p.m. ,r
Wed. Light for Living................ ..... 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday...........................................7:00 p.m. Home Groups meet at 6 p.m. on Sunday evening A
Located 4 miles South on Hwy. 349, ForYe Located on County Road 354 Hwy. 27, 4 miles West of Branfordn Church
then left on CR 138 fellow signs. "F If Ye Forgive Men Their Tresspasses Your Heavenly Christian Church
-then left on CR 138, follow signs. Father Will Also Forgive You" Matt. 6:14 1__Ptri935-0843lalL
FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD ST. MATTHEW'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH Bethel Creek Baptist Church.....................658-2398 963-5600
Choir Practice............................................10:00 a.m. Contact Number in Mayo (386) 294-2218 Pastor : Sherwood E. Sawyer 208-9626
Sda Worship Service......... ................10:30 a.m. car . R Sunday School.......................:..45 a.m Sunday School Service....9:45 a.m.
Kid's t c .........................................11:00 m. Vicar.......................................................Rev. Linda Lowry Sunday Worship Service....... ............................:.... 00a.m. Worship Service...........11:00 a.m.
Evening Worship............................. 6:00 p.m. Sr. Warden..............................Pippy Cashman Sunday Evening Worship ................................. 6:00p.m. Prayer Meeting........... 7:00 p.m.
Kids on the Roc............................... 6:30 p.m. Celebration of Holy Eucharist at 7:00 PM Wednesday Bible Study.................. 7:00 p.m.
e nesday Y ou th Im pa ct .... ........................ ....... . 7 :0 0 p .m .
We Adult Bie Study .................................... 7:00 p.m. each Wednesday to be followed by light
Pastor: David Stephens refreshments and Christian Education. Nursery available for all services
Located on Mill Street, Mayo "Renewing Hope and Building Lives" Located One Block North of the Courthouse in Mayo.. located 3 miles North of Day.on Highway 53
2 997-One Block North of the Courthouse in Mayo. Where you are always welcomed 129006-F
ST. FRANCIS XAVIER CATHOLIC CHURCH OUR LADY OF GUADALUPE Hatch Bend Baptist Church
928 East Howard St. U.S. 90 East CATHOLIC CHURCH Pastor George Dunn
P.O. Box 1179 Live Oak, Florida 32060 (386) 364-1108 350
Rev. Michael Pendergraft 935-0943
Sunday Mass.......................... 9:00 a.m. 137 E. Main Street (US 27 & Hart Street)
Sunday (Spanish) Mass.................1:00 p.m. Mayo, FL Sunday School............ .........................9:45 a.m.
Wednesday Mass.............................7:00 p.m. Sunday Morning Worship.................................11:00 a.m.
Thursday Mass..................'.. ......................... 9:00 a.m. Bi-lingual (Spanish-English) Mass at 7:30 p.m., Sunday Evening..:.......................... .................... 6:00 p.m.
Friday Mass .......... 9:00 a.m. Tuesday during Lent. Wednesday Evening............................. .............7:00 p.m.
Saturday (Vigil) Mass.....................................6:00 p.m. Religious Education classes on Saturday 3:00-4:00 p.m.
1495'548.F 149611-F 3029 S.E. CR 500 14474


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F f 4P / Lovebugs in Florida Local retiree produces
S0C L <4 V (ITs By Chris Vann, EA IH mobiles. Windshields blackberries supreme e
Lafayette County become covered with
Call: Extension Service ?! the fatty remains, and Delores L. Walker the berries. Bake at 3500 un-
294-1210 s This seems to be a vision is obscured. Free Press Reporter til top is golden brown. Top
S1 tremendous year for During flights, the flies Sporting a handful of the with vanilla ice-cream and
"'^ lovebugs in our area. A can clog radiation fins first huge berries of the sea- enjoy!!!
Lovebugs are small and refrigeration son, Mayo resident Leo
black flies and are also i equipment causing ex- Jackson said this is nothing
"u known as March flies. By Chris Vann pensive damage. The compared to the bumper
Of-HRl --AactiL ?Several species of fatty tissue will cause crop his bushes produce
kuZg Jl/la' Y March flies are native to Flori- pitting of the car's finish if not every year.
Send us your a da; however, lovebugs are re- removed within a few days. Jackson was at the Super-
social news cent invaders from the west. Also, beekeepers complain visor of Elections office to
Deadline New Baby Southern Louisiana experi- because worker bees do not share the delicious blackber-
Monday at Noon enced flights of lovebugs visit flowers that have been ries with Lana Morgan and "',
S onayn c during the 1920s. First re- infested with flies. Ann Tidwell who had tast- ,
N olan s a se ports of their presence in A, number of insecticides ed the fruit in past years and -
Nolan f i s a sec d Florida were made in 1947 have been evaluated for ef- knew about the incredible '
from Escambia County. Sub- fectiveness in controlling size and flavor. ,if '
hom e in Lake City sequent reports indicate their lovebug larvae and adults. Jackson said the bushes t
presence in Leon County in Most of them kill lovebugs begin to produce in May
ning Students in Free Enter- 1955 and Alachua in 1964. but are impractical because and usually run out by the
prise (SIFE) business com- Since that time, flights have of the high populations and end of June. During the
petition team on campus, moved southward and in the insect occurs over vast ar- short season the bushes will
She traveled to Orlando 1974 specimens were collect- eas of the state. produce as many as five gal-
.... with them, where they won ed in Homestead. Lovebugs It is doubtful that lovebugs lons of berries every two
the Southeastern U.S. Re- have been reported as far will be controlled anytime in days. Leo Jackson has been growing
gional competition. The north as Charleston, South the near future or probably There are many uses for blackberries for about five
team also won other region- Carolina. ever. It is something we will the berries, crush them and years. During those years the
al awards such as: Best Two flights of lovebugs oc- have to just live with. Some have a cool glass of juice or bushes have produced a
Business Ethics .Incorpora- cur each year. The spring things that might make it eas- make jelly to smother inside bumper crop every year.
tion, Best Entrepreneurial flight occurs during April ier include keeping your car a hot biscuit.
Project, Best Personal Finan- and May and the fall flight waxed. Waxed vehicles One of Jackson's favorite Our rpo n
cial Success Skills project, occurs in August and Sep- make lovebug removal easi- recipes is a blackberry cob- our rIspos t
Jill Marie Nolan and Best Global Economics tember. Flights extend over a er. Some people have used bier. He uses about a quart identifying photos
project. At the recent Stu- period of 4-5 weeks. Adult baby oil to soften or remove of berries (used whole or
Jill Marie Nolan, a native dent Government Awards females live only 2-3 days but the bugs. This is something crushed, using just the It has been brought to
of Mayo, has already ex- ceremony at LCCC, the SIFE can lay over 300-350 eggs that I would be careful doing juice). Mix one cup of self- our attention that some
celled in her first year as a Team excelled with many which are deposited beneath until you are sure it wont rising flour, one cup of milk of our readers are con-
dual business major at Lake awards. Dr. Sheri Carder, decaying vegetation. Larvae soften or damage your car's and one and a half cup of cerned that each and
City Community College SIFE team advisor, says, "Jill (immature state) feed on de- paint. Also bug screens can sugar. Melt a stick of mar- every photo used in the
(LCCC). She hopes to ad- has surprised us all with her saying plant material and provide some protection es- garine or butter in the bak- AMaI/o Free Press should
vance this dual major into 'smarts.' She participated in live on the soil surface just pecially for grills and radia- ing dish, pour the mixture have the people identi-
becoming a bio-tech entre- several SIFE seminars, beneath the decaying organic tors. over the butter and top with fled.
preneur. Immediately after teaching credit and banking, matter. Adults feed on the We agree, but this is of-
moving into the dorm on and business etiquette." nectar of various plants, es- ten times impossible to
campus, Nolan lost no time Nolan commented, "I'm pecially sweetclover, golden- The International Barrel Racing do, especially when pho-
in making herself a part of overwhelmed. This has rod and Brazilian pepper. Association will have a show on June 25 tos brought to us do not
the community. In the fall been a fantastic first year of Usually lovebug flights are A oci n h e a s w J e 2 have the names attached.
of 2004, she was elected to college for me. I never restricted to daylight hours Sponsored by the Suwan- Directions to the arena: We are very often unable
the LCCC Student Govern- imagined I would become and temperatures above 680 nee River Riding Club locat- From 1-10 West to 129- to identify them. Or
ment Association (SGA), an integral part of this col- F. At night lovebugs rest on ed on US 129 in Branford. exit turn left until you see when we are taking a
serving as secretary. In the lege. Here, I feel like I can low growing vegetation. The Exhibition will be at the SRRC Riding Club are- large amount of photos
past school year, Nolan was be my very best." Lovebugs are a consider- 10 a.m. and the show will na on the Left. at one time, for instance
recognized for serving as A graduate of Lafayette able nuisance to motorists. begin at 12 Noon Help our sport to grow, prom, etc. it is not possi-
cochairperson of the yearly High School in Mayo, Nolan They congregate in unbeliev- $250 Added Money and come support the sport ble to I.D. all those folks
"Spring Fling" event which was previously a dual en- able numbers along high- Contact Lori Bowden at we love so much! in such a fast paced pho-
served over 400 attendees, rollment student with Lake ways and the insects spatter (904)509-0535 Non-members are always to time.
More recently, she was City Community College. on the windshields and grills Email- HYPERLINK mail- welcome at no extra, charge. We appreciate your
cochairperson of the yearly Between high school and of moving trucks and auto- to:ibraflorida@yahoo.com You can become a mem- concern, and any help
Student Government. college, she used hey time ber the day of the show! you can give would, be
Awards ceremony. There, well by volunteering with nSuthpen Sky Realtyl lf I moUR Our new season starts appreciated. Thanks.
she was sworn in by LCCC the American Red Cross, UUhUeII Rj IfIIRlJ U l, Ilnc mI ves August 1, 2005. Mayo Free Press Staff
President Chuck Hall in North Florida Hospice, the Karen Barnhill, Bro- Live Oak location. They
her second term as secre- American Cancer Society, ker/Owner of Southern will still be working hard
tary of SGA for the 2005- and the Heart Association. Sky Realty of Florida, Inc. servicing all of their Mayo 2806 West US Highway 90s
2006 year. Her parents are Thomas would like to extend a customers through the Suite 101, Lake City, FL 32055
This spring, she was a Nolan Jr. and the late Car- heartfelt thank you to all of Live Oak branch. Karen
member of the award-win- olyn Ann Nolan. Lafayette County for its will be working at the DANIEL CRAPPS l A
huge success in Mayo for Horseshoe branch taking agency, inc. l
n the past five years, care of all your coastal
Due to her family's re- needs.
e W w cent move to Horseshoe Please feel free to give
Drop-n Br dal Shower Beach and her daughter's them a call for any infor-
Drop-In relocation to South Florida, mation. Live Oak (386)364-
at Pleasant Grove she has decided to merge 1576 Horseshoe Beach
SBaptist Church June 4 the office in Mayo with the (866)406-5600
There will be a drop in bridal Learn How Be A Realtor
shower for Rebecca Roberts & Dale Learn How To Be A Realtor
Eldridge on Saturday, June 4 from "The Difference is
10 a.m. 12 p.m. at Pleasant Grove Patient Care Tech1nician e ice
Baptist church. No local invitations Patent Care Techn can ervce
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"Where Everyday Is Springtime" (3861294-2288 415 S.W. Pinewood Drive, Little Miss Suwannee
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Starting Friday 06/03/05 We Can Help contestants must
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Fri. &Sat...................:30 only Fri. & Sat...................7:30 only You and your loved ones can select the options you war Tons lakes the Suwannee Valley area, which consists of
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stansJune 17 Monster-In-Law Suwannee River Regional Library on June 6, 2005
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Hispanic parents show their appreciation
Lafayette Elementary
teachers and staff were
treated to a luncheon ,
prepared by the parents '
of Hispanic students on .
Wednesday, April 27. L .
- The parents wanted to
show their appreciation
for the LES staff and
teachers by sharing a
little of their culture .
with the variety of His-
panic dishes prepared
by them.
Padres hispanos
demostrando su
agradecimiento hacia
los educadores de sus
fhijos cocirando para el-
los y asi compartiendo --
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Mayo Shriners help children African American
Submitted by Marvin Green Lovell, Wyoming whose list Hea lth Awa re n s
The Mayo Shrine Club, a of accomplishments reads
presence in Lafayette Coun- like a "Who's Who." At age By: Priscilla Cashman starred in 15 fitness videos and is the au-
ty since 1945, includes Mas- 3 Spence lost part of his Program Assistant thor of "Let's Get Real." Her latest video,
ter Masons from different right foot in a lawnmower University of Florida "Sweating in the Spirit," combines aerobi's
Masonic Lodges, all of accident. The local doctors Family Nutrition Program and gospel music. She agreed to be in-
whom share a common aim: saved his foot but his mo- Lafayette County Extension Service volved because of her dedication to teach-
to help children who may ability was limited. By age 6 It's a fact that African Americans and ing African Americans about fitness and
be suffering with orthope- he, had to make a tough other minorities are at risk for obesity re- nutrition. "Exercise doesn't have to be di-
dic problems, the results of choice: live with a foot that lated illnesses. Obesity can lead to diseases ficult or intimidating," according :;t
burns, or spinal cord in- would not cooperate or such as diabetes, high blood pressure, Richardson. "Starting off at a sensible pac
juries. Bill McMillan is the current have it amputated and start heart disease, and even some cancers. Obe- with reasonable, achievable goals is impor-
The local club meets President of the Mayo Shrine over again with a prosthet- sity rates have doubled among children tant. Just 30 minutes of physical exercise a
monthly, and the Shriners Club. Bill is well known for the ic. He decided to give up and tripled among teenagers since 1980, day including walking, taking the stairs
and their ladies enjoy a many services he renders to the foot. Thus began his with unhealthy diet and lack of exercise and stretching is a positive start. The im-
great dinner and enjoy the individuals and the communi- long association with contributing to this epidemic. Health Or- portant thing is to begin now. In addition
company of good friends. ty. Shriner's Hospitals. BY ganizations estimate that 300,000 people in to the health benefits, you'll look and feel
But that's not enough! They AGE 18 SPENCE WAS RE- the United States die each year from obesi- better. -
support the nationwide net- CEIVING AWARDS FOR ty related diseases. Wellness expert and For more information about the African
work of Shriners Hospitals, ATHLETIC ACHIEVE- creator of "Sweating in the Spirit," Donna American Health Initiative, contact Priscff-
they also assist local chil- MENTS. Richardson Joyner, has partnered with the la Cashman, Program Assistant, Family
dren and parents to access Spence received the Florida Department of Agriculture and Nutrition Program, University of Florid'a,
the Shriner's Hospitals, and Courage Award from the Consumer Services and the Florida Caucus Lafayette County Extension Service at 294-
they support Lafayette National Football Founda- of Black State Legislators to encourage 1279, or contact Yolanda Roundtree -t
County civic and philan- tion and College Hall of lifestyle changes among African Ameri- roundty@doacs.state.fl.us or log on. S
thropic needs. The Presi- Fame. Also, Spence was se- cans, primarily women. www.florida-agriculture.com.
dent of the club this year is electedd for the All-State Foot- Including fresh produce in our diet is the
the well known Bill McMil- ball Team as a linebacker first step toward a healthier lifestyle. When
lan. The Treasurer is John John O'Steen, popular resident and was an honorable men- we eat smart, not only are we healthier, but 12th Annual Blueberry
O'Steen, and the Secretary is of Lafayette County, is Treasur- tion on the All Conference we look and feel better. The United States Festival will be held in
Jim Wadsworth. er of the Mayo Shrine Club. Basketball team. He also Department of Agriculture recommends
The Mayo Shrine Club is throws discus in track. Out- that adults and children eat at least five Wellborn June 3-4
chartered by Marzuq Shrine sist a child that could bene- side of athletics Spence car- servings of fruit and vegetables a day. This 12th Annual Blueberry Festival will
Center in Tallahassee. It fit from Shriner's Hospital ried a 4.0 grade point aver- seems simple enough, yet only 25% of be held in Wellborn, Friday and Satur-
speaks well for the Mayo care. The crown jewel of age and participated in nu- adults and 20% of children actually do this. day, June 3-4; On Friday, June 3, open-
club that in the past, two of the club is the network of merous school activities. People may think that eating the recom- ing at 3 p.m. with entertainment, a
it's members were elected 22 Shriner's Children's The members of the mended amount of fruits and vegetables is bake-off contest, a cake and dessert-
Potentate (top officer) of Hospitals around the coun- Mayo Shrine Club are ex- too difficult. But really getting started is party, Miss Wellborn Blueberry
Marzuq Center, Elvoy Land try. One is nearby in Tam- tremely proud to play a Easy as 1, 2, 3....eat 1 or more fresh vegeta- crowning at 4 p.m.; Saturday, June 4;,
and Troy Thompson. All pa. These hospitals provide part in these success stories, bles with 2 meals a day for 3 months. It's begins at 7 a.m. with Blueberry Pan-'
these men would gladly as- specialized care to children and stand ready to assist easy! If you eat more produce and less cake Breakfast, parade, food, drink,
up to age 18. There is never any child or parent in processed food, you'll start to look and feel craft vendors, games for kids, prize=
Teachers a charge to the patient or Lafayette County to reach like a healthier person. drawings, Talent Show at 4 p.m., mu-
the parents for these first- the Shriner's Hospital for The campaign also encourages increased sical entertainment including Elvis,
suggest class services. Children. The phone num- physical activity, especially among those Cow Plop Contest at 4 p.m. the grand
sugge Just one of the many suc- ber for Bill McMillian is with sedentary lifestyles. Donna Richard- prize $1,000, tickets for this event will .
cess stories they can tell is 294-1994 and John O'Steen son Joyner, wellness expert, serves as be on sale all day; Info: 386-208-1733.
students pnla about Spence McArthur of is 294-2634. spokes person for the campaign. She has _

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& read along USDA
.Consider adding one
more thing to your summer United States Department of Agriculture
reading list: audio books!
Students who listen to
books as they read them
can improve their vocabu-

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issues such as dyslexia, ex- b f i
perts said. But educators
also think that audio books w be part of
could help any student and
that parents should listen to
them with their children in
the car. This is it. The Federal tobacco marketing quota system is over. No more plant-
"Listening to tapes/CDs ing restrictions. No more marketing cards. No more price support loans.
with books in front of stu-
dents is very, very, good for Instead, the USDA's new Tobacco Transition Payment Program will provide
building vocabulary," said money to eligible tobacco quota holders and producers to help in this transi-
Wendy Kasten, an educa- .
tion professor at Kent State tion that ends the old system. But sign up now or you will not get a 2005 payment.
University who encourages *
elementary educators to ex-
periment using audio
books with students.
It helps that your local li-
brary, the Lafayette County
Public Library, has more
than 500 adult and juvenile ) Did you own a farm as of October 22, 2004, with a 2004 basic
recorded books in stock
with new ones being added marketing quota?
quarterly.
So, make some time in ) Are you an owner, operator, landlord, tenant, or sharecropper who
your summer schedule for shared in the risk of producing tobacco anytime between 2002 and
your child to listen and
read a recorded book. It 2004?
could make a big difference
next school year. ) Do you grow Flue-cured, Burley, Fire-cured, Dark air-cured, Virginia
Fam ily Fun sun-cured, or Cigar filler/binder tobacco?
Family Fun

Festival

June 18 Please sign up between March 14, 2005, and June 17, 2005,
Association for Family at your local USDA Service Center.
Association for Family
and Community Education
and Extension Service Fam- Call 1-866-887-0140 or visit http://offices.usda.gov
ily Nutrition Program will to find your local county Service Center.
sponsor Family Fun Festi-
val from 9:30 a.m.-noon,
Saturday, June 18, an activi-
ty of fun things for parents
to do with their children at
the Suwannee County Colil Farm Service Agency
seum Complex, 1302
Eleventh Street, Live Oak.
For more info, call 386-362- USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer
2771. 707
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.Birt y Me Mullins NFCC offers
Happy Birthday Megan Continued From Page 1A ed2go on-line
assisted Lafayette County courses June 15
Sheriffs Office and Florida NFCC offers ed2go, more than 290 on-line cours-
Department of Law Enforce- es in 30 different subject areas; six week intervals;
ment during Mullin's arrest begins June 15; instructor-led, affordable, informa-
in May 2004. native, convenient and highly interactive; requires In-
According to arrest records
Mullins was operating a lab ternet access, e-mail and Netscape Navigator or Mi-
in Lafayette County and was crosoft Internet Explorer; course fees vary; Info:
associated with two other Suzie Godfrey, 850-973-9453,
vi "o .s e o labs, one in Lafayette County communityed@nfcc.edu, www.ed2go.com/nfcc.
and another in Suwannee
County at the time of his ar- Am erican Red Cross
rest. He was also serving a will h ld an Infant
12-year probation,, sentenced
in August 2002, from a 2001 and Child CPR
arrest where he was charged and Pirst Aid
with operating a meth lab at a
dwelling on Convict Springs class in Lake City
1 Road in Lafayette County. American Red Cross of Suwannee Valley; Infant

Friends and family gathered at Mayo Community Center Friday night, Ma 27 to wish Megan destine labs look for an up- Thursda, une 2; 26 NE Hernando Ave., Suite
Walker "Happy 14th Birthday.", coming article in Mayo Free 102, Lake City. Info: 386-752-0650.
tWalkerq"Happy 14th Birthday." Press.

Power outages heighten danger of carbon monoxide poisoning
s el of the home. tery-operated CO alarms are also manufactured
Safety tips for alternative pow er Ensure that CO alarms are available in most ma- and marketed under the
have working batteriesin- jor retail and home-im- BRK Electronics@ brand
:use can help prevent tragedy stalled. provement stores. for the builder and con-
eNever burn charcoal or For more than 25 years tractor audiences. BRK
When electricity is lost, branded home-safety more people die each year other outdoor cooking ap- BRK Brands, Inc. has been Brands, Inc. products are
.many consumers turn to products. "But power through unintentional CO pliances indoors or in the the manufacturer of First found in more than 30
,various sources of alter- outages during major exposure than from any garage. Alert@-branded home- countries worldwide.
native power and heat as storms present a height- other single poison. Inspect and clean any safety products including BRK Brands, Inc. is head-
a temporary solution. ended risk because people The following safety soot and debris, such as smoke alarms, carbon quartered in Aurora, Ill.
:From gas-powered gener- tend to forget basic safety tips will help families bird nests and paper, out monoxide alarms, fire ex- For more information,
:ators to gas grills to wood rules when they're rush- avoid CO and other dan- of the chimneys, flues and tinguishers and escape visit www.firstalert.com or
and charcoal, households ing to restore power and gers associated with pow- stacks. ladders. Such products www.brkelectronics.com.
look for ways to continue heat to their homes. "Car- er outages: Carbon monoxide is dif-
:their daily lives during a bon monoxide (CO) is an Never run a generator ficult to detect without the y
loss of power. invisible, odorless and indoors or in a poorly help of CO alarms. Lafayette
SUnfortunately, the in- tasteless by-product of the ventilated area such as a Outward physical
correct use of many of incomplete combustion of garage or porch, and use symptoms of CO poison- Continued From Page 1A good vocation, one that
these products can result gas, oil, wood, coal, and the appropriate-size pow- ing include headaches, they could be proud of.
in tragic consequences. other fuels. er cords to carry the elec- dizziness, weakness, nau- The drivers should re- Full-time drivers are:
"Carbon monoxide poi- According to the Cen- tric load. sea, vomiting, chest pain, ceive their new licenses Miriam Byrd, Charlene
soning is a threat whenev- ters for Disease Control Install a minimum of and confusion. The Con- with the S endorsement af- Driver, Vicky Driver, Mitzi
er gas-powered products and Prevention, CO poi- one battery-operated CO summer Product Safety ter July 1 when Florida Hendrick, Patricia Lee, Kay
are being used or fossil soning claims more than alarm (or AC-powered Commission (CPSC) rec- Legislature passes legisla- Marler, Dwala McCray,
fuels burned," said Mark 500 lives and sends anoth- alarm with battery back- ommends installing at tion to enact the federal re- Georgie Neilson, Lorraine
Colello, senior vice presi- er 15,000 people to hospi- up) outside each sleeping least one UL-listed CO quirement. Prine, Reba Trawick, Sandy
dent and general manag- tal emergency rooms for area, and for maximum alarm with an audible The dedication of Walker.
er, BRK'Brands, Inc., man- treatment each year in the protection install at least warning signal near sleep- Lafayette school bus dri- Substitute drivers are:
'ufacturer of First Alert@- United States. In fact, one CO alarm on each lev- ing areas. UL;listed, bat- vers is unquestionable. Charlie Ann Atkins, Lar-
Most have returned year ry Bird, Susan Caldwell,
after year making lasting Wade Ducksworth, Lu-
friendships with students cian Hendrick, Shirley
and parents. Phillips, Gary Wiedman,
Dwala McCray has 28 Don Baker, Jerry Tyson,
years as a bus driver in the Derek Hembree, Drew
Mydiabetes county to her credit with Bell.
A numbers:PIN Mitzi Hendrick and Miri- Superintendent Ward
am Byrd close behind. said if anyone is interest-
AlC ? UnoM ber But whatever amount of ed in becoming part of
time the drivers have the school bus driver
with the school district, team please call 294-1351
h Ptressure"a ? they all agreed it was a for more information.

Interdiction
Continued From Page 1A Tampa, Fl. consented to a
search of his truck.
resulted in a drug arrest. Cannabis was found inside
Condy made a routine traf- the truck.
fic stop on a Ford truck on Condy's report says
SR 20 near Alton Church of Quiles was arrested and
God. charged with possession of
The driver .of the truck, cannabis (under 20 grams)
Security u ber Preston Patrick Quiles, within 1000 ft of a place of
5520 Gunn Hwy. Apt. 1412, worship.






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A New Beginning


First Year Hornet players
(All players are named, but not all were present for photos. Not listed in order.)
At the athletic ban-
quets for i basketball,
baseball, track, soft-
ball and :weightlift-
ing, first year players
were awarded their
letters and pins.
Many of the first year
players rhade quite
an impact. The fu-

certainly looks brighter L at a er
over the next few
years.
Note: players ros-
ters of first year play- :
ers are noted but may ... -,. First Year C-team Softball Players Kendall Hewitt, Bridgett Powe,
not be pictured and JV Softball First Year Players Lindsey Hamlin, Sunshine Reid, Stephanie Hatfield, Toquita Gandy, Brandie Cartasha Macklin, Casey Ogden, Heidi Hendrick, Morgan Calhoun,
are not listed in order. Marlenee, Krysten Millard, Tabitha Weedle and Cara Young. Brandie Lee, Ciarra Watson, Megan Bransley and Taelore Thomas.














SFirst year boys track team members included Evan Barrington, Colby Clue, Antoin Brown, Rhett
First Year Lady Track Members Maylina Moses, Mary Thomas Hart, Tori Bearden, Victoria Jackson, Coleman, James Dees, Charles Hodge, Shawn Jones, Cory Kendrick, Ben Marlenee, Bach McCray,
Emily Cont eras, Lacy Moore and Tiffany Adams. Jamaal Reid, Jesse Schimpfle, Jonathan Sheppard, JameS Turner and Cory Wright.









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First Year Junior Varsity Baseball Players included Austin Anderson, Jon Anderson, Ben Bell, Bub-
ba Fillyaw, Jose Garcia, Alex Gresham and Blade Herring. The baseball team will begin their sum-
mer baseball schedule in Branford tonight with game time scheduled for 6 pm. The game is sched- First Year Weightlifters included Brian Hood, Corey Kendrick, Trent Frier, Nerrick Licea, Rhett Cole-
uled for nine innings as opposed to the double headers the rest of the summer. The schedule in- man, Quinn Frier, Trip McCray, Chad Harris, Dan Hermans, Josh Licea, J.D. Richardson, Caleb
cludes home dates on June 16 with Fort White, June 24.with Branford and June 30 with Live Oak. Williamson, Logan Lynch, Matthew Boatright, Josh Prevatt, Jason Blue, Daniel Howell, Chad Eagen,
All start times are scheduled for 5pm. and Chad Fldwers.















The Seniors, Keen, Kelly and Fillyaw, from the district championship varsity baseball team, make
S -. -" / their presentation to their coach in appreciation. There is a story behind this presentation, but it is
Second Yer Varsity Softball player Danielle Thomas awards Coach Rogers an appreciation gift from encouraged to ask the players. If you ask the coach, you might get a different story. It was too dan-
the team. gerous for this sports writer to detail.

d aRecreational Basketball
great year
;"~ f, Lwith Jade .
:.- Buchannnon,
Bre Masey,
S-Ij~.I Alexis
,. L.Sellers,
SLae I Shallica
McNabb,

Jackson,
Elizabeth
Anderson,
Faith i
Watkins,
Hedi ,'
Hendricks
and Syndey
Shows
making the The boys division was dominated by the champs, the Nug ets. Arthur Sellers, Mel Jones, Chandler
SLakers a Hedge, Gory Murray, Arthur Negrete, Ishmal Gonzales a~ Austin Moody were not challenged this
.Lak_f force. year with Sellers easily winning the scoring title.

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Basketball Banquet First Year Players for the Hornets











JV Lady Hornets: (not in order) Jalisa Thomas, Toguita Gandy, Audrey Williams, Ana Monroy, Cara C-Team boys: Alex Gresham, Kade Bell, Connor Lashley, Antowan Brown, Austin Anderson and
Young, Taquelia Macklin, Sunshine Reid and Kelsey Land. Ethan Perry. (not in order)









Varsity Boys: Michael Kelly, Chris Givens, Thomas Parker and
Varsity Ladies: Kayla Wilson and Marla Alcazar James Turner

Basketball News Girls All State 2A selections
The all-state selections for the class Congratulations to these two
r 2A girls basketball came out with no young ladies and look forward to yet
real big surprises. another district crown in the 2005-06
The Lady Hornets was represented season and a run at the regional
with. freshman guard Natalie Land crown.
,H1 being selected to the first team. Also of note was the selection of
.i Senior guard Stacy Lewis was also Coach Jimmy Blankenship as coach
recognized has an honorable men- of the year. Coach Blankenship has j X '
C-Team Ladies: Carteasha Macklin and Mary Thomas Hart. Oth- tion after a great season for the Lady established a great ladies program at ,
ers not pictured were Casey Ogden, Bridgett Powe, Heidi Hen- Hornets that posted their fourth dis- Mayo that shows signs of being a '
dricks, Monica Prittchet, Nicole Marlenee and Ashley Adkins. trict title in five years, power for quite some time. Stacy Lewis and Natalie Land






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Senior awards night at LNS




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Michael Kelly


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Over 100 residents, and their family and friends attended E .
the luau held on Friday, May 13, at Lafayette Health Care -lo E
Center in Mayo.
After the main course was served, and desert was con-
sumed, Amy Carver had family members, residents, and
staff attempting to learn to do a hula dance. Grass skirts
were provided for a more festive appearance for the lucky
volunteer hula students who performed for the assembled
group.
Traditional appearing bamboo limbo poles were set in
place to let grandchildren, great grandchildren, and chil-
dren of staff present, have an attempt at an old fashioned .
limbo contest. Before the evening was done, there were '
adults lined up for the opportunity to display their flexibil- -
ity while bending backward to go under the limbo pole.
It was, all in all, a nice sunny evening to be able to spend
with family and friends.
A time for conversation with family and friends before the meal. ,-..

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Gary Pickard, Juanita Wooten. Darlene Pickard.
Betty Causseaux, Edward (Carl Cousseaux and Dovie Hatch (right
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$500
The "limbo" begins. Louise Johnson, Activities Director (left side) "
Marilyn Wimberly, Amy Carver, office manager, (right side) Supper is served. A S

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Mayo Legals Mayo Legals NFCC Rotary's Big Boots
PUBLIC MEETING INTHE CIRCUIT COURTThird
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
The Florida Department of Environmental Pro- LAFAYETTE COUNTY, FLORIDA a nO Un
section, Division of Recreation and Parks an- CASE NO.: 05-54CA By TINA ROSENBERG tion, was a problem of distribution, lo-
nounce a Public Workshop to which all per-
s cs are invited. JOHNT. LONG and ALTA FAYE LONG, (Ran in New York Times) gistics and social mobilization," said
Date and e: wfe E early Next month Rotary International turns .Herb Pigman, an American who was one
Tuesday, June 7 2005, 7 PM PLAINTIFFS, 100. Rotary clubs, a staple of small-town of the campaign's early leaders. "And
Location: v C hild ho o d life, are celebrating the construction of here's an organization with boots on the
Lafayette county Community Center JAME PIPKIN and REBECC A innumerable parks, the holding of myri- ground in hundreds of thousands of
150 Southwest Community Circle JAMES B. PIPKIN and REBECCA A. /- B .
Mayo, Florida 32066 PIPKIN, his wife, if deceased their heirs, r adblood drives, the awarding ofcount- communities.
assignees, devised, grantees, creditors,rog ra shp a o r the in co B o ts, oo "Every pol
Purpose: or other parties claiming thro un less college scholarships- and the im i- Big boots too. "Every polio meeting
To present the draft land management plan for der, classes nent global eradication of poliob. you go to, you see them," said Rima
the proposed Lafayette Blue Springs Property or against them, and CIRCLE "J" N eight classes
to the public The Division of Recreation and RANCHES, N Twenty years ago, there were a thou- Salah, deputy executive director of
Parks anticipates assuming management re-
sponsibilityfor he propertnagy befre June DEFENDANTS. n sand new cases of polio every day. Now Unicef. "They have commitment, credi-
2006. If additional information is required, Ibegin July 5 polio strikes only about a thousand chil- bility and influence with leaders." This is
please contact Sally Lieb, Park Manager at NOTICEACION
(352) 493-6737 or e-mail dren a year. By next year, that number crucial, as the challenge today is politi-
SalvLieb@de.state.f.us TJAMES B.PIPKIN and REBECCAA. PIP- Classes begin July 5 for should be zero. People who think of Ro- cal. In August 2003, Muslim clerics from
KIN, his wife, if deceased their heirs, assigns,
Pursuant to the Americans With Disabilities devisee, grantees, creditors, or other parties the new Early Childhood tarv as a congregation of service-minded the northern Nigerian state of Kano
Act, any person'requiring special accommo- claiming through, by under, or against them Education program an- dentists and funeral directors may not charged that America had laced the po-
.*'datlons to participate in this workshop is
skedto advisetheagency at least 48 hours YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a VERIFIED COM- nounced Cathy Simcox, Di- have noticed, but the dentists and funer- lio vaccine with drugs to render African
before the workshop by calling the Bureau of PLAINT OF FORECLOSURE hlas been filed
Personnel Services at (850) 245-2511, or by on the following described property: rector of Career & Technical al directors have created the largest, girls infertile. Kano stopped vaccinating.
calling (800) 955-8771 (TODD) or (800) 955-
8770 (Voic) via the Foda Relay Srvice. Lot3, Unit DEVILS ELBOW SUBDIVISION, Education at North Florida most successful private health initiative Kano's cases doubled, and Nigerian
05/26, 06/02 as more particularly described in that certain Community College. Stu- ever strains of polio have spread to 16 other
plat recorded in Plat Book A, pages 52 and 53 e *er.
of the official records of Lafayette County, dents who complete sum- When Rotary celebrated its 75th birth- nations that had beaten the virus.
PUBLIC NOTICE Florida. mer and fall training can be- day, its leaders decided to find a project Coincidentally, the president of Rotary
The Florida Department of Environmental Pro- You are required to serve a copy of your writ- come certified for employ- that all its clubs now in 168 countries International that year, Jonathan Ma-
tection, Division of Recreation and Parks an- ten defenses, if any, to the action on the Peti-
nounce an Advisory Group meeting to which tioner's Attorney whose name and address is ment in public school pre-K could work on together. A Rotarian oph- jiyagbe, was from Kano. He helped bro-
all persons are invited. HUGH D. FISH, JR.,AT P. Box 531 Mac- or private day care pro- thalmologist in the Philippines, where ker a compromise: Kano would use vac-
clenny, Florida 32063, on or before 6/1/05 and thalmologist in the Philippines, where ker a compromise: Kano would use vac-
Date and Time: file the original with the Clerk of Court, either grams by the beginning of olio was rampant, asked Rotary to vac- cine made in Indonesia, a Muslim coun-
Wednesday, June 8, 2005, 9:00 AM before service on the petitioner's attorney or
immediately thereafter; otherwise a Summary 2006. cinate Filipino children. It vaccinated six try. In August 2004, Kano's governor
Location: Fioal Jugement will be entered forc the relief Classes are at Lee Ele- million, then made similar efforts in five publicly vaccinated his infant daughter.
Lafayette County Community Center demanded in the petition.
"150 Southwest Community Circle mentary School, U.S. High- other nations. In 1985, Rotary decided to Although the countries Kano infect-
Mayo, Florida 32066 WITNESS my hand and Seal of this Court on
Pay northis 3rd day of May, 2005. way 90, Lee, Fla. Tuesday wipe out polio completely. ed will have to spend millions on
To discuss the draft landmanagement plan for RickyLyons, and Thursday evenings By the time polio is eradicated, Rotary emergency vaccination campaigns,
the proposed Lafayette Blue Spring State Park As Clerk of the Court from 6-10 through Oct. 13. clubs will have directly contributed at they will probably be successful. The
with the Advisory Group members. The Divi- Deputy Clerk There is an additional re-
sion of Recreation and Pk npThi Ds There is an additional re- least $600 million, more than any other real challenge is to eliminate polio at---
suming management responsibility for the quirement of 480 hours organization except the United States its epicenter, Nigeria. If Kano does not
property before June 30, 2006. If additional in- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
formation is required, please contact Sally LAFAYETTECOUNTY, FLORIDA practical experience in a government. And they offer more than bolt again, this will probably happen
eb, Park Manager at (352) 493-6737 or e- PROBATE DVISION childcare setting which may cash. in a year. "We would'not be here with-
mail: Sallv.Lieb@dee.state.fl.us File No.: 2005-19-CP
SDivision:Probate be completed through Dec. "We realized the task of getting vac- out Rotary International," Dr. Salah
Pursuant to the Americans with Disabilities IN RE: ESTATE OF ,
'Act, any person requiring special accommo- THOMAS CLIFFORD JACKSON 9. cines to children, persuading mothers said. "Rotary is the heart and soul of
nations to participate in this workshop is NFCC developed the pro- and fathers of the value of immuniza- polio eradication.
,asked to advise the agency at least 48 hours Deceased. and fathers of the value of i uniza- eradication."
Before the workshop by calling the Bureau of gram In response to state
Personnel Services at (850) 245-2511, or by NOTICETO CREDITORS mandated universal re-K

05/26, 06/02 TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DE-
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS MANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE: August 2005.
LAFAYETTE COUNTY, FLORIDA You are hereby notified that an Order of Sum- "There are four comple-
AMENDED PETITION mary Administration has been entered in the tion points in the program," Please be advised that the City. age community participa-
COMES NOW the undersigned pursuant to estate of THOMAS CLIFFORD JACKSON, points program m,"
M S NO the undermined pursue an eeas, Fe b 2005-19-C by the said Simcox. After- 45 Early Learning Coalition of The Coalition oversees tion and welcome any in-
petiton thBoard of County Commssionrs Circuit Court for Lafayette County, Florida, hours, a-student acquires Florida's Gateway, Inc. the state and federal fund- put.
for Lafayette County, Florida to Vacate, aban- Probate Division, the address of which is Post
do discontinue und lose the following road, aban- Office Box 88, Mayo, FL 32066; that the dece- Child Care Worker designa- Nominating Committee ing for all school readiness If any persons) interest-
to' wident's date of death was November 28, 1980;
to wit: that the total value of theestae is $4,00.0 tion; after 150 hours, Child meeting will be held on Fri- programs birth to age five ed in attending this meeting
That certain road running in a East and West and that the names and addresses of those to Care Teacher Aide; after 450 day, June 3, 2005. at 9 a.m. in (5) for the following coun- has a disability requiring
direction lying teen lots 4, 5 &6 ofocks who it hs ben assignedby such rderare: hours, Preschool Teacher. the ELC-FG Resource Cen- ties: Columbia, Hamilton, special assistance please
Block 9 and being south of ots 4, 5, & 6 of CLARA MAE WIMBERLEY Those completing the full ter (Suite 140), 484 SW Lafayette, Suwannee, and contact Heidi Moore at
Block 13, in Northeast Day. Section 26, Town- Post Office Box 284
ship 3 South Range 10 East, Lafayette Coun- Mayo, Florida 32066 600 hour program are Child Commerce Drive, Lake Union counties. We encour- (386) 752-9770.
ty, Florida. ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE NOTI- Care Development Special- Notice has been made of
In support of this petition the undersigned al- FED THAT: ists or Child Development this meeting, through pub-
leges that said road affects only the property the
os the designed econle opety All creditors of the estate of the decedent and Associates, the state desig- W h alication, to cover the "Gov-
persons having claims or demands against emnent in the Sunshine"
St the estate of the decedent other than those for nation." er in e Su
Executed this 27th day of May, 2005. whom provision for full payment was made in Child Development As- u p co m in Law.
John H. Parker III for the Order of Summary Administration must file Child Development As- SLaw.
Mary Anna Louise Medina their claims with this court WITHIN THE TIME sociate (CDA) certification
6/2-6/9-2-ry PERIODS SET FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 NFCC Sum m er
/2-6/92-OF THE FLQ A PROBATE CODE. is required for employees in Due to the large amount of photos being taken from NFCC Sm e
LEGAL NOTICE ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS NOT SO universal pre-K programs. end of the year activities, it will take us a while to run Sn In tit t
The Lafayette County Commission announces FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. Qualified. students may all of them, but we will so keep watching for: Scence institute
The Lafayette CountCommissionannounces NOTWITHSTANDING ANY OTHER APPLIC- ke wa clw g
the availability of State Housing Initiatives ALE TIE EIOD ANY M liil f financial
Saniscai yProga. nd iP) funds o TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE Entrance requires admis- Middle School awards listings Ju
06 fiscal year. Funds in the amount of DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
$315,00 are available for county residents sion to NFCC, the Test of NFCC; Summer Science
who meet certain Income requirements to
construct a new home, purchase a new site he date first publication of this Notice is Adult Basic Education and Graduation photos Institute; June 6-17, Mon-
built home, rehab and purchase an existing May 26, 2005
site built home, or receive emergency repair or Person Giving Notic: a high school diploma or day-Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.;
major rehabilitation to existing site built owner- CLARA MAE WIMBERLEY GED. Applicants must be Band Banquet open to exceptional students
occupied homes. Post Office Box 284
ppi cMayo Foia 32066 fingerprinted and have a in grades 8-12; free tuition;
Economic Council, Inc., O. Box 1424, Mayo, Attorney for Person Giving Notice: background check as well. LES Indian Villages NFCC campus in Madison;
FL 32066 (Highway 27 North). 386-294-2202. LEENETTE W. MCMILLAN, Attorney Twenty spaces are avail- Info/application: Terry Zim-
Applications will be accepted beginning July 5, Florida ar No. 0075779 able. High School awards listings merman, 850-973-1646, zim-
2005. Consideration will also be given to those Post Office-Box ableHigh School awards listings meran, 850-973-1646, zim-
who have pending applications. Applications For more information, mermanT fcc
will be taken without discrimination on the ba- Mayo, Florida 32066 For more information, m e r m a nT @ n f c c. e d u,
sis of race, reed, color, religion, age, sex, e 8/26-6 2 94-1688D contact Gail Hackle by call- Kindergarten graduation photos www.nfcc.edu, keywords
marital or familial status, national origin or
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the ecosystem have been in constant decline. H 741 wouldslao ft.ha o o l l d the fe i o g
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ing commercial fishermen to continue earning a living whichunanimously in the house, andcommunityhistoricrestorationpr-
contributes to the economy of our communities across the mesh sizes would allow juvenile fish to escape and spawn. A This year the Legislature passed a
state. This issue is for study will be brought back to the Legislature in 2007. $63 Billion Budget. It is a great year for
of Program Policy counties. Many priorities will be realities
Analysis and Legislation that would allow local school boards the flexibility including new schools, courthouse fund-
Government Account- to use discretionary dollars where they feel those dollars would ing, and beach restoration, Water projects
ability (OPPAGA) be most effective This was passed unanimously in the house, tod community historic restoration proj-
along with the however failed in the senapeo ects were also funded along with economic
University of Florida, development.
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< any supervision or positive Motivated by her love of teem and empathy towards oth-
Yvette Hannon role models, children, Bryant uses her tal- ers.
Democrat Repoter Bryant says this routine can ents as a singer and performer "Through teaching by ex-
Scause children to have an 'at- to fund the program ample, my grandmother gave
SSinger and songwriter Lynn risk' personality which leads to Bryant donates all the pro- unconditional love to everyone
Bryant reaches out from behavior problems and effects ceeds of her debut album, who surrounded her," Bryant
Nashville, Tennessee helping the child's education, family 'Stones Throw Away' to the said.
Cl those too small to help them- life and potential future. Foundation. Bryant's second "She was a very special lady,
selves. "I believe with early inter- album 'Woman Enough' will and would be embarrassed if
Outraged by the Columbine vention it gives kids a better help continue to fund her mis- she knew she had an after
High School shootings in Lit- fighting chance!" Bryant said. sion. school program named after
tleton, Colorado in April of Bryant chose to create a non- Bryant owes her kind nature her."
S1999, Bryant's love for chil- profit organization dedicated to her grandmother since she The Foundation has special-
dren led her to research how to her grandmother's memory taught Bryant the importance ly trained teachers and coun-
she can somehow make a dif- called 'The Nancy Ferraro of faith, integrity and compas- selors who can identify chil-
ference. Learning for Life Foundation.' sion. dren who face serious trouble
With true compassion and a This after-school academic Naming the non- profit orga- both emotionally and behav-
big heart, Bryant began search- program provides a safe nur- nization after her grandmother iorally. Many students end up
ing for answers to learn what during environment. was her way of keeping her going to school unprepared,
led teenagers to such violence. "Children learn good habits memory alive. frustrated and a lack of confi-
Bryant found that very little and character by shaping their Nancy Ferraro lost her dence.
Lynn Bryan is being done to positively in- attitudes and self esteem at an mother at the age of 12 and had Providing the opportunity to
fluence children at an early early age. Through early inter- to raise her five siblings. Fer- grow and succeed, parents are
age. vention it provides an enrich- raro continued to educate her- finding out that through this
In today's society both par- ing school environment to self while teaching her sib- program children are improv-
IV ents must work, children are learn, grow and just be a kid!" lings, children and grandchil- ing their -grades, learning skills
I often left home alone without Bryant said. dren the importance ofself-es- and personal growth beyond
"It doesn't get any easier!1" the classroom.
oft Serve ce Cream BUDDED AND BLOOMING CREPE MYRTLES! all the children who have
Cone................$1.00 dreams but no mentor," Bryant
Home ofthe $1.00 cone! Crepe myrtles bloom in shades of pink, red, lavender, purple and white and provide said
Cup wonderful summer color for your sunny areas. Crepe myrle is not only pretty it's Bryant hopes this program
9 oz.................. $1.50/ Bryant hopes this program
16 oz ...............$2.00 also extremely drought tolerant once established will provide the desperately
Large..........$3.25 We'll help you choose the right plant for your needed attention children crave
Ex. Large/,Qt....$4.00 landscape from our great selection of dwarf, and make a huge difference in
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*plusla DAZZLING DAYLILIE S! Bryant's goal is to expand the
7f "._ program outside the United
Sweet Tea Monday- Our daylilies are blooming today! We have States, changing one life at a
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will display "The Ordway Free summer lunches Institute; June 6-17, Mon- Register Now!
Preserve" temporary photog- for children ages day-Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.; Bob Palmer Tennis Camp
raphy exhibit from May 2 one through 18 begins on open to exceptional students will be held June 7, 8 and 9
Sept. 18. The exhibit show- Tuesday, May 31 and runs, in grades 8-12; free tuition; and 14, 15 and 16
cases work by Florida Muse- Monday-Thursday, through NFCC campus in Madison; Bob Palmer's Tennis Camp
um photographers Jeffrey July 14 Info/application: Terry Zim- will be held Tuesday-Thurs-
Gage and Tammy Johnson, Suwannee County School merman, 850-973-1646, day, June 7, 8 and 9 and 14, 15
Sand is free and open to the Board; free summer lunches zimmermanT@nfcc.edu, and 16 from 9-10 a.m.; $12 for
public. The Ordway Preserve" for children ages one through www.nfcc.edu, keywords all six lessons; register at ten-
is comprised of more than 20 18; begins on Tuesday, May Science Institute. nis courts on Duval Street;
color photographs of land- 31 and runs, Monday-Thurs- Register Now! Info: 386-362-3002.
scapes, wildlife and teaching day, through July 14; Suwan- Voluntary Prekindergarten Apply thru June 13
environments at the 9,300- nee High School, 1314 S. Pine Program Forest Land Enhance-
acre Katharine Ordway Pre- Ave., 11:30 a.m.-noon, Early Learning Coalition ment Program enrollment
serve-Carl Swisher Memorial Suwannee Elementary School, of Florida's Gateway; Volun- Florida Department of Agri-
Sanctuary in western Putnam 1419 S. Walker Ave., 11-11:30 tary Prekindergarten (VPK); culture and Consumer Ser-
County. Photographs include a.m. and African Baptist Children four on or before vices, Division of Forestry;
a close-up of a milk weed Church, 502 S. Walker Ave., Sept. 1, are eligible to re- sign-up for enrollment in the
i' '- plant, a dragonfly resting in a 11-11:30 a.m., all in Live Oak; ceive 540 hours of develop- Forest Land Enhancement
field and students conducting Branford High School, 405 mentally appropriate Program (FLEP)-available to
studies. Info/tickets: 352-846- NE Reynolds St., 11:40 a.m.- preschool instruction free non-industrial private forest
2000, www.flmnh.ufl.edu, or noon and Branford Elemen- this coming school year (be- landowners; April 4-June 13;
www.ordway.ufl.edu. tary School, 26801 SR 247, ginning in August). INFO: 75-25 cost share basis; FDOF
CALENDAR OF 141, CR 150, CR 145 and US Register Now! 11-11:30 a.m., both in Bran- Enrollment Manager Jamie Programs Manager Ruthie
EVENTS 41, SR 6, SR 25 in Hamilton SERVSAFE Program for ford and New Mt. Zion Mis- Witzman, 386-752-9770, Cole, 850-414-9912, your lo-
Through June 28 County. Recognizing the dan- food managers and staff sionary Baptist Church, 23455 ext. 24 or Gateway Execu- cal County Forester, 386-364-
Driver's license and vehi- ger presented to the public by June 14 101st Rd., 11-11:30 a.m., tive Director Dr. Thomas Lo- 5314, or visit www.fl-
cle inspection checkpoints defective vehicle equipment, Suwannee County Exten- O'Brien; Info: Ruth Warren, gan, ext. 12. www.elc-fg.org. dof.com.
scheduled troopers will concentrate their sion Service; food safety 386-364-2617. Register Now! Deadline June 21
The Florida Highway Patrol efforts on vehicles being oper- training for managers and Register Now! NFCC offers ed2go Booth space available
will conduct driver's license ated with defects such as bad staff; June 14, 8:30 a.m.-5 Food managers/ on-line courses June 15 for annual Branford
and vehicle inspection check- brakes, worn tires and defec- p.m.; Suwannee County Ex- food handler training NFCC offers ed2go, more River Reunion
points through June 28, on tive lighting equipment. In ad- tension Service, 1302 Managers-June 14/ than 290 on-line courses in Branford River Reunion
Brown Road, CR 252, CR edition, attention will be direct- Eleventh Street, SW, Live Handlers-June 20 30 different subject areas; committee; taking applications
252-A, CR 252-B, CR 25-A, ed to drivers who would vio- Oak; Pre-registration required Suwannee County Exten- six week intervals; begins for booth spaces; reunion to be
SR 47, SR 341, US 441, US late the driver license laws of Info:386-362-2771 or 888- sion Service; training for food June 15; instructor-led, af- held Monday, July 4; deadline-
41, CR 245, CR 238, CR 135, Florida. The Patrol has found 232-8723. handlers and food managers, fordable, informative, con- June 21; fee-$30; made
Turner Road, SR 100, Trot- these checkpoints to be an ef- Live Oak Post Office pre-registration required; food venient and highly interac- payable to Branford River Re-
ter's Road, Fairfield Farms fective means of enforcing the promotes sale of Breast Can- managers training June tive; requires Internet ac- union; Info: Peggy, 386-935-
Road, CR 250, CR 349, SR equipment and driver's li- cer Research Stamps in May 14/food handlers training June cess, e-mail and Netscape 0021, leave message.
247 and SR 25 in Columbia cense laws of Florida while and June 2005 20; in Branford at the Suwan- Navigator or Microsoft In- Deadline July 1
County; CR 132, CR 136, CR ensuring the protection of all Live Oak Post Office; Breast nee County Commissioner ternet Explorer; course fees Florida Peanut Producers
136-A, CR 137, CR 249, CR motorists. Cancer Research Stamps avail- Annex; Fee-$12; Info: pre-, vary; Info: Suzie Godfrey, Association will award two
250, CR 252, CR 349, CR 49, Now until Sept. 18 able for sale; nationwide pro- register, 386-362-2771, food 850-973-9453, communi- $1,200 scholarships
CR 795, SR 20, SR 247, SR Florida Museum, motion in May and June 2005; managers training toll-free t y e d @ n f c c e d u Florida Peanut Producers
10, SR 51, US 129 and Gainesville displays photog- proceeds goes to breast cancer 888-232-8723. www.ed2go.com/nfcc. Association (FPPA); two
Mitchell Road in Suwannee raphy exhibit on Ordway research organizations; Register Now! Register Now! $1,200 scholarships; high
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CR 143, CR 249, CR 137, CR The Florida Museum of toll-free 800-782-6724 or Institute June 6-17 agency Management will students, the son or daughter
251, CR 146, CR 135, CR ,Natural History, Gainesville www.stampsonline.com. NFCC; Summer Science host Friends and Family of an actively producing
CPR classes June 4 and 18 peanut grower, not necessarily
and July 15 and 30 a member of FPPA are eligi-
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Friends and Family CPR Info/application: 2741 Penn
classes for the public; regis- Ave., Suite 1, Marianna, FL
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planes, build a boat, plant some flow- Remember to take time for God this
ers, or maybe share some exciting sto- summer. He really wants you to spend
ries with you about summertime when time talking to him and reading his
they were children! Word, the Bible. If you talk to him, I
SMaybe you and your family are go- promise you he will hear you and he
ing on a vacation to visit family or will be there for you always. In the
friends, or to a theme park, the Bible, the book of Jeremiah chapter
beach, the river, on a sightseeing road 29 verse 13 says it best: "And ye shall
Strip, or even'camping; wherever you seek me, and find me, when ye shall
go, whatever you do, enjoy every search for me with all your heart."
minute of your summer. God is there waiting for you to take
Summer is a wonderful time of the time to look for him, and when you
year; remember to be thankful for do, you will find him there waiting to
everyday that you live, everyday that be your best friend. So, remember
you grow up and enjoy the life that God this summer, whatever you do, make
has blessed you with! I know that it some special memories with your fam-
may not be perfect, but you are ilies, have lots of fun, be cauld reful, and
Alive and you have someone that most of all take time to find your best
someloves you, somewhere to live, and friend, God.
thafood to eat. Be thankful and enjoy Enjoy singing "In the Good Old
Goyour blessings from God! Summertime" this summer, kids!






What is it?!0?
SManna fell from Heaven, in the wilderness of sin.
eIn God's word, Exodus 16 is where it all begins.
t t The Israelites were held captive, Four hundred years or so.
timet eAfter Pharaoh witnessed God's Plagues, he finally let them go

yourThe Israelites murmured to Moses, Did you bring us here to die?
o- We were held bondage in Egypt, but on daily food we could rely.
By Aunt Pam ents, brothers and sisters, and other
I am sure that you are really excited family members this summer! Each When God heard the people whining, He said Moses I have a plan.
now that summer is here! Maybe summer brings with it a time that you Ill bread from heaven, enough to feed every man.
some of you have even been singing and your family can make lots of spe-
that line to that old song "In the cial new memories together. Summer
Good Old Summertime" with your is like a magical time with all kinds It fell just like He told them: the touch had come from heaven.
papa, like my daughter used to do of exciting possibilities for fun and And everyone would know; by a Holy God it was given.
every summer when she was little! adventure!
Summertime is a wonderful time of Enjoy playing with your friends, go- As the bread came in form of manna, He later sent the Bread of Life.
the year! School is out, there is more ing to camp, or whatever activitities Known only to believer's, as the Lord Jesus Christ.
time to sleep in,.to play, to relax, read you may have planned, but remember
your favorite books, ride your bike, that family times are the ones that Then we fed on our sweet manna, in the wilderness of our sin.
watch TV, catch fireflies, make things, are the most important; they are the
have a picnic, go swimming, go places ones that will make special "In the A new hope dwelt within us, our hope fulfilled, being born again.
and spend more time with your fami- Good Old Summertime" memories.
ly! Don't ever get too busy to play with The bread of life, oh what a feast, to fill our hungry souls.
Some of you may have parents that your mom or dad; they love you and The only one that could purchase, heavens eternal goal.
have to work; I hope that you will want to play with you, and if som-
have a fun and safe time wherever you times they seem too busy, remind Jesus was our Manna, the saving way, the bread of life.
stay while they are at work. Be sure them that you are little only once and Coming down from glory, God in the flesh was Jesus the Christ.
to remind your mom and dad that you you would like to laugh and play with
want and need to spend lots of time them this summer! Grandparents
with them whenever they can possibly love to spend time with you too; see if Thank you Lord,
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Summertime
By Pam Campbell .. -
"In the Good Old Summertime." I ,,
wonder how many of you can remember -
singing that line of a song with family .:
or friends. I know of a little girl that
used to sing that line with her papa
,.-n,
every summer. They followed the line
up with, "it's time to make homemade
icecream together," and that is just
what they would do! Such fun times, so
many special memories of summers
past, summer almost seems like a mag-
ical time, especially to a child. Surely
you remember the long lazy days of ." .
summer! Thank the Lord summer has
come again and it's time for new mem- :- f
ories to be made!
School is out, children are home, the ,
rushed pace of the school year is finally 50.'
slowing down; let's take time to cherish
our children, don't just send them out memory.
to play, take time to play with them, with your spouse
don't schedule their summer so full of or a family member
activities that there is no time for re- o s cle trien
or some close friends;
laxing together, sleeping in, reading find someone that you can
some fun books, going to the park, help, get out and enjoy the summer,
shopping, spontaneous picnics, swim- it is a wonderful time of the year and
ming or running through the sprinkler! you are alive, so enjoy! When summer
Let go, enjoy yourself; it's okay to act arrives many people plan one or more
silly, to laugh and play even when you family vacations together. Maybe plan a
are an adult, in fact, it is very impor- trip to visit family and friends, or do
tant to your life! The Bible says, "A lots of sightseeing in some faraway i T -.
merry heart doeth good like a medi- places, maybe take a cruise in the / ..
cine: but a broken spirit drieth the Caribbean, go on a camping trip, a.
bones" Proverbs 17:22. Be merry, have fishing trip, a big road trip, one of In t e gd o rti
fun with your children; it's God's medi- many theme parks, or maybe you just In the good old summertime
cine! want to stay home and enjoy the local Look for the words in this puzzle and when you find them,
There are so many things that we as springs, beaches, rivers, family, friends, circle the word, and cross it off the list. Remember the
parents can do to enjoy our children ork on your house or yard, or even words can o in any direction. Have fun
that do not cost a lot of money, but just take time to relax!
they will cost some of our time. Still, Whatever your plans, for this summer,
the pay will befangreater than any I hope that you reri-em tt6ifrclude R R R E P: G P ; B S T U
money: precious summer memories for God in them. Maybe you don't have any
you and your child or children. Sum- plans yet for your summer; if so, ask S E E Y P I C N I C N Y F E O S
mer, to some parents, may seem like a God to guide you as to what would be
time when you don't know what to do his plan for your summer memories. D T A X T S I N G I N G A I G T
with your kids, maybe you have to God says in Proverbs 3:6: "In all thy
work, it may be hard to get a babysit- ways acknowledge him, and he shall di- N L D S C P R N M C D J M N E, 0
ter, or arrange for camp or summer rect thy paths." God has a wonderful
child care activities. If you really have summer in store for all that will follow P K E M M I P R UE A Q IB 1
to work and leave your children, then his path! Take some time to get alone
be sure to make wise choices asto who with God this summer, go outside, get T X
you leave your children with and what away from everyone and everything,
they will be doing The most important talk tohim, get to know him in a more 0 R C G 0 H H E N R S 0 Y E E E
thing for you to remember is to take as personal way, get out his Word, the
much time away from work as you pos- Bible, and see what he is saying to you M
sibly can and make those special sum- and to your family. I know from person
mer memories with your children! Re- al experience that if you take time for
member, if you are blessed to have chil- God, he will be there for you. Jeremiah I V 0 C U X I L L A M G B I K E
dren, that they will not be little chil- 29:13 says it best: "And ye shall seek
dren forever, they grow up very fast; me, and find me, when ye shall search S E O A A T U B E M M B Y M E D
don't miss any of their childhood sum- for me with all your heart."
mers! Maybe your children are teens Your summer should be full of God's E R L L A F I F I R E F L I E S
now and they have friends they want to love and compassion, so remember to
hang out with or a part time job they go to church, pray, read God's Word, E I E C K B O A T F R I E N D S
work at; that is even a more important read other inspirational books, teach
reason to remember they are your pre- your children of God's love for them, G R A N D P A R E N T S N F A L
cious children. Find some activities and most important, remember to wor-
that they like to do and be sure to ship him. Take time to watch children A V A G J C S P E C I A L M D I
make summer family memories with at play and notice the joy in their
your teens as well! What about your faces, and even notice the wildflowers w H R O OF D s w MI
older kids? Maybe they are in college along the roadways with th eir abun-
during the school year, busy with re- dance of colors. God has given us many
search papers and exams. Now they reasons to be joyful, so let's slow down T C A M P D Y A D V E N T U R E
have some free time, so don't miss it; and take in all the beauty of God's cre-
find time to get them more involved in action around us. Enjoy your families
family activities, making memories that and friends, enjoy your vacations, and summertime bike Bible thankful
will last long into the next school year enjoy every summer day; be thankful relax swimming adventure enjoy
and throughout their lives. If you have that you have another summer day to excited family fireflies life
married children, summer is a great live, Be careful in all you do, and do special mom boat river
time to get both his and her families
together for a family picnic! If there not take life for granted, remember together dad camping blessings
together for a family picnic! If there children don't stay little forever, make icecream grandparents vacation food
are grandchildren, maybe you, too, can many precious memories with yourc g n in
sing, "In the Good Old Summertime" child school singing picnic best
with them, and make some of your own ly and friends. Stay close to God, for camp stories memories, friend
summer magical moments together! he is right there beside you in whatever read friends magical promise
Some of you may say, I don't have any your life brings your way this this sum- play God laugh song
children, then make those summer mer. Enjoy the "good old summertime!"



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These last two articles by Harold Bennett we do in memory of him.
Harold passed away May 21, 2005 and his contributions to this Good News section will be missed.
know the command of God for the circumstances of
our lives, we must "study to show ourselves ap-
proved," to learn righteousness ... not just in princi-
Too often, professed Christians join the ranks of ple, but in daily practice ... to know God and to know
the church to fulfill their OWN purposes .... but God what God would expect us to do in every instance of
identifies the true believer as one who serves God's our lives. How is this to be done? Let me give you
purposes. This separates CHURCHIANITY and God's answer as given through the Apostle Paul. "So
CHRISTIANITY!!! The obvious question remains ... then my beloved, just as you have always obeyed, not
what are God's purposes? We (the true believers) are Harold Bennett May 21 2005 as in my presence only, but now much more in my ab-
chosen to be a separate and distinct people ... a peo- Harl e e y 5 sence, work out your salvation with fear and trem-
ple separated to holiness, living distinctive lives ... a bling: for God Who is at work IN YOU, both to will
people who "walk in the light (or truth) as He (God) Jesus said, "Not everyone that says to Me, Lord, Lord, and to work for HIS good pleasure. Do ALL things
is in the light." We are also a royal priesthood. What shall enter into the kingdom of heaven; but ONLY he without grumbling or disputing that you may prove
is the purpose of this priesthood? NOT to forgive or she that does the will of My Father Who is in heav- yourselves to be blameless and innocent, children
sins, but rather, to lead people to the one who can en (Matthew 7:21)." A little later He said, "For whoso- of God above reproach in the midst of a crooked
forgive sins ... GOD. They (true believers) are also ever shall do the will of My Father Who is in heaven, and perverse generation, among whom you appear
counselors and helpers to those who have both physi- the same is My brother, and sister, and mother as lights in the world (Philippians 2:12-15." If we
cal and spiritual needs. And finally, they are those (Matthew 12:50)." Even our prayer answers are depen- walk in what we understand the Bible is saying to
who offer the sacrifices of praise, thanksgiving, love dent upon doing the will of God. John 9:31 reads "... us, He will guide our paths. Sometimes we seek
and righteous lives to a worthy God. We are also a but if any man be a worshipper of God and DOES HIS too much ... DON'T! As you study and learn, walk
different people in that we put God's service ahead of WILL, him He (God) bears." in what you understand for that moment. If a situ-
ourselves ... a people who put the will and kingdom What is His will? The answer is so simple it some- ation should arise that you don't know how to han-
of God as our number one priority. A people who are times escapes us. We would rather look for a special dle ... pray, go to the Word, and trust God for the
different in that we are enabled by the power of audience with God in a dream or vision or whatever, answer. He is faithful! We must walk "in His steps"
God's Spirit to walk apart from known and willful sin Sometimes we think God must accompany the knowl- ... but we must walk one step at a time. It's part of
(See Hebrews 10:26ff). And finally we are a holy na- edge of His will for us with a special sign ... an un- the growing process. Don't think that God is going
tion ... true believers who are no longer servants to known tongue ... a thunderbolt ... or some other su- to use you in a SPECTACULAR way ... that is the
sin, but rather, servants to righteousness (read Ro- pernatural sign or wonder ... when all the time, God's consequence of pride. Walk humbly and obediently
mans 6). These are those who love God, and who are will for us is simply, our willingness to obey His com- in His sight and you will be accomplishing the will
the called according to His purpose, that realize the mands!!! The Lord Jesus reminds us that "if any man of God for your life. Do what you know to do and
promise, "all things work together for good ... this (or woman)'will do God's will (that is, obey His com- do it in a way that will bring glory to God and ad-
is the church that Christ died for ... the church that mands), he shall know of the doctrine, whether it be vancement to His kingdom. REMEMBER, the Lord
walks in the power of the Holy Spirit and who have of God or whether I speak of (or from) myself." The Jesus is our example, and He said to us that we
placed their confidence in Almighty God. verse that follows reminds us that obedience for one's should live as He lived. He then identified Himself
Let's examine the problem of understanding God's on glory or interest is not really obedience. ONLY as meek and lowly ... and recommended that we
purpose for our wills. What is your biggest problem? when one is obedient for the glory of God and for the walk the same way. This is indeed the will of God
KNOWING the will of God or DOING the will of God? advancement of God's kingdom, is it true obedience, for your life!!! Beware of the enemies of God who
Do you suppose that God makes His will for our lives Where do I start? Let's begin with Matthew 4:4 would attempt to lead you otherwise. They are the
hard to find? ... especially when He says that only "Man shall not live by bread alone, but by EVERY enemies of your soul.
those,. ho0do His will will enter the kingdom of God. :''WORD that proceeds out of the mouth of God." To Rev. Harold B. Bennett

ments. John 15:10 says the one who abides (or con- ing a hodge-podge of business and committee meet-
tinues) in God's love keeps God's commandments. ings along with rehearsals for this and that, semi-
Paul says that the fulfilling of all the commandments nars, workshops and a variety of entertainments. But
I would like to share how you can prove you faith, is loving others (Romans 13:8-10). Love, according to God desires that our energies be spent in being wit-
Obedience is the key word of the lesson. Throughout Jesus, is a new commandment and is the fulfillment nesses to unsaved people. But when classes to teach
Scripture, obedience is taught to be the proof of of all of God's commandments. Acts 5:32 says that discipleship (or soul-winning) are held ... participa-
one's faith. In II Corinthians 13, Paul exhorted us to the Holy Spirit is given only to those who obey God. tion falls to almost zero!!! Brethren, let us show that
"examine ourselves" to see whether we were truly On one occasion, when Peter was being reprimanded the Lord is the Savior of our souls AND the Lord of
Christians ... or possibly a counterfeit. In James 2 we for preaching God's word ...being ordered NOT to our lives in ways that are pleasing to Him. In closing
are told that faith is proven by works (that is, works preach the name of Jesus, he responded by saying tp let me say that I am indeed recognizant of the fact
derived from obedience). In Ephesians 2:8-10 we are his captors, that Christians must obey God rather that the maintenance of our churches require a de-
told that although we are saved by grace by way of than man ... especially when man's laws are in opposi- gree of administration and organization ... but I also
faith ... we are also told that we are His (God's) tion to God's laws. Throughout the Scriptures, we are know that God NEVER wanted us to be "drowned" in
workmanship, ORDAINED to good works. I would told to trust and obey (as the hymn writer so aptly traditional values at the expense of God's values.
like to illustrate this truth by certain examples. put it) is the only way to be truly happy. A final word Matthew 15:9 leaves us with a statement that surely
Adam and Eve were turned out of the Garden of of admonition is recorded in I John 2:6 where we applies to every generation of Christians. Notice. ...
Eden because of DISOBEDIENCE. Cain killed his read, "He or she that says, "I know Him (meaning you have made the commandment of God of none ef-
own brother out of jealousy because Cain had DIS- God)," and keeps not His commandments is a LIAR!!!" feet by your tradition ... this people draws near to Me
OBEYED God concerning the offering that God re- I recall words in Micah and Isaiah that God spoke, with their mouth and honors Me with their lips, BUT
quired. The people of Noah's day lost their lies be- saying that God doesn't require animal sacrifices (no their heart is far from Me, BUT in vain they do wor-
cause they scoffed (DISOBEYED) God's call to them matter how resplendent), but He wants us to live just- ship Me, teaching for doctrine the commandments of
through Noah to enter the ark that they might be ly, to love kindness, and to walk HUMBLY with God. men." God forbid that this should become our con-
saved from the flood. In his younger days, Abraham In today's economy church members offer the sacri- demnation!!!
did not receive God's blessings because he DIS- fices of church and Sunday school attendance, attend- Rev. Harold B. Bennett
OBEYED God's direction. Lot's wife DISOBEYED
God's instructions by looking back to Sodom and
was turned into a pillar of salt. Saul (the king) lost
both his position as king and his sanity because he
DISOBEYED God's commands. The children of Is- 9 ed9
rael lost their opportunity to enter the promised
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Continued From Page 3C Building II, Agriculture 386-362-2771. June 14 tral standard time), Tuesday, sponsors free prostate cancer
Center. Visitors welcome. June 4 The Pipeline Group will June. 18 at Johnny Dumas' seminar, speaker Dr. Eric
invitation only. Boys/girls Info: Lula Herring, 386- Anna Miller Circle hold a "Public Education farm in Slocumb, Ala., 1850 Rost; Tuesday, July 12, at
ages 10-19; College basket- 364-1510. flea market Contractor Awareness Sonny Mixon Road, 11 miles 6:30 p.m.; at Cancer Hope
ball scholarships; Where: June 2 Anna Miller Circle; flea Program" in Lake City south of Dothan; activities in- Treatment Center, Live Oak;
Babson Park and Atlanta, Ga. American Red Cross will market; 8 a.m. until 1 p.m., The Pipeline Group will clude goat and vegetable pro- following this, Dr. Rost will
Jnfo/brochure: 704-373-0873. hold an Infant and Child Saturday, June 4; Live Oak hold a "Public Education duction, record keeping and be answering questions and
Register Now! CPR and First Aid class in Elks Lodge, US 90 E., Live Contractor Awareness Pro- establishing a cooperative for refreshments will be served;
Suwannee High School Lake City Oak. Info/tables: Carol An- gram," sponsored by Southern livestock producers, rabbit Info: Margaret Shaw, toll-
Class of 1975 plans 30-year American Red Cross of derson, 386-362-2852. Natural Gas Company at 6:30 management and much more; free 888-295-6787, press 2,
reunion Suwannee Valley; Infant and June 6 p.m., Tuesday, June 14 at the entertainment for children and Ext. 114.
Suwannee High School Child CPR and First Aid Florida World War II American Legion Post 57, raffle tickets; Cost $6, pay on July 15
Class of 1975 plans 30-year class; 6-10 p.m., Thursday, Monument dedication, South US 41, next to Aaron site, includes meal; sponsored Forum for grandparents
class reunion. Info: Jane June 2; 264 NE Hernando Tallahassee Furniture, Lake City; Info: by Heifer International and raising grandchildren
Gamble Lew, 386-776-1459 Ave., Suite 102, Lake City. Dedication of the Florida toll-free 800-982-8752 or visit FAMU; Info/registration: Nor- to be held at
or Wayne Mitchell, 386-330- Info: 386-752-0650. World War II Monument; 10 our Web site www.pipeline- ma Tillman 386-303-1361 or Advent Christian
2554. June 3-4 a.m., Monday, June 6; Muse- group.com. Angela Jakes 850-875-8557. Village, Dowling Park
Register Now! 12th Annual Blueberry um of Florida History; R.A. June 17 June 18 The Advent Christian Vil-
Suwannee High School Festival will be held in Gray Building, 500 S. Bro- White Lake Yacht and Family Fun Festival lage and Suwannee County
Class of 1986 plans 20-year Wellborn enough Street, Tallahassee; Dinner Club- Association for Family and Cooperative Extension Ser-
reunion 12th Annual Blueberry Celebration on the Plaza, Art Show-Janis Brothers Community Education and Ex- vice sponsor an all-day fo-
Suwannee High School Festival will be held in Well- USO-Style Show; World War Entertainment- tension Service Family Nutri- rum for grandparents raising
Class of 1986; 20-year re- born, Friday and Saturday, II Vintage Aircraft Florida Ken and Tammy Michal tion Program sponsor Family grandchildren from 8:30 a.m.
union; Info: Angela Hunter June 3-4; On Friday, June 3, Air National Guard flyover; White Lake Yacht and Din- Fun Festival; 9:30 a.m.-noon, to 3:30 p.m., Friday, July-15;
Mandrell, Mandr003@bell- opening at 3 p.m. with enter- Info: Florida Department of ner Club; Saturday, June 17; Saturday, June 18; an activity in the Copeland Community
south.net., Catrena Francis, tainment, a bake-off contest, Veterans' Affairs, 850-487- fine dining with art and enter- of fun things for parents to do Center, Marvin Jones Blvd.,
VanessaFrancis@msn.com as a cake and dessert party, Miss 1533. tainment; Art Show-Janis with their children; Coliseum on the ACV campus in Dowl-
soon as possible. Wellborn Blueberry crowning June 7 Brothers; entertainment-Ken Complex, 1302 Eleventh ing Park; $5 per adult regis-
Deadline Aug. 11 at 4 p.m.; Saturday, June 4, Lafayette County Blue and Tammy Michal; meal Street, Live Oak; Info: 386- tration fee includes lunch and
LCCC implements new begins at 7 a.m. with Blue- Springs land management served by local service club- 362-2771. childcare; Info/registration:
registration procedures berry Pancake Breakfast, pa- plan draft workshop gratuity paid to Vivid Visions, June 25 Sonja Riley, 386-658-5410.
registration rade, food, drink, craft ven- will be held Inc.; 6-7 p.m. cocktail hour- Suwannee High School Aug. 6
Lake City Community Col- dors, games for kids, prize The Florida Department of byob; 7-9 p.m. meal and enter- Class of 1975 reunion White Lake Yacht
lege (LCCC); new registra- drawings, Talent Show at 4 Environmental Protection, tainment; the dress-coat and tie Suwannee High School and Dinner Club
tion procedures for fall se- p.m., musical entertainment Division of Recreation and for the gentlemen; reservations Class of 1975; 30-year re- White Lake Yacht and Din-
mester; all fees will be due by including Elvis, Cow Plop Parks will hold a public only- call 386-364-5250. union; June 25; Info: Jane ner Club; fine dining with art
3 p.m. on Aug. 11; registra- Contest at 4 p.m. the grand workshop at 7 p.m., Tuesday, June 18 Gamble Lee, 386-776-1459, and entertainment; Saturday,
tion office; Infor: 386-754- prize $1,000, tickets for this June 7, at the Lafayette Coun- Southeastern Small Wayne Mitchell, 386-330- Aug. 6; meal served by local
4 2 9 1 event will be on sale all day; ty Community Center, 150 Farmer's Network will host 2554. service club-gratuity paid to
www.lakecity.cc.fl.us/info/cal Info: 386-208-1733. SW Community Circle, Third Annual Tri-State July 12 service club; 6-7 p.m. cock-
endars. June 4 Mayo, to present the draft Field Day American Cancer tail hour-byob; 7-9 p.m. meal
Sign up now! Suwannee County 4-H land management plan for the Southeastern Small Society sponsors free and entertainment; the dress-
Live Oak Senior Citi- Council yard sale proposed 'Lafayette Blue Farmer's Network will host prostate cancer seminar coat and tie for the gentle-
zens schedule tours Suwannee County 4-H Springs property. Info: Sally Third Annual Tri-State Field July 12 men; reservations only- call
Live Oak Senior Citizens Council yard sale; 7 a.m.-2 Lieb, Park Manager at 352- Day from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. (cen- American Cancer Society 386-364-5250.
schedule escorted tours to: p.m., Saturday, June 4; at the 493-6737 or e-mail
Alhambra Dinner Theatre, Suwannee County Agricul- Sally.Lieb@dep.state.fl.us.
Jacksonville: The Sunshine tural Complex inside air-con- June 13 Aug. 1 P a s s in th e b a r
Boys-June 4, One MO' ditioned Exhibition II Build- Pottery classes at
Time-Aug. 20 and Gypsy- ing, Eleventh Street, Live Stephen Foster State Park When you need to bring a how many people will at- "loaves and fishes," bar
Nov. 20; Rivership Ro- Oak; rent table space for $20; on Mondays dessert to a springtime gath- tend, a bar cookie is a great cookies can feed the few or
mance, Sanford for lunch early bird set-up between Stephen Foster Folk Cul-
mance, Sanford for lunch early bird set-up between Stephen Foster Folk Cul- ering, but you're not sure option. Like the proverbial the many. A pan of bar cook-
cruise on St. Johns River; 4:30-6:30 p.m. on Friday, ture Center State Park, White ies can be cut into arge
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Branson/Nashville-Oct. 3-8; June 3; outside space $10- Springs; eight-week pottery pieces for fewer people or
San Antonio Experience, must provide your own table; classes taught by master pot- small pieces for a bigger
Oct. 19-23; Pigeon Forge, in the event of rain, outside ter Jean Davidoff; Mondays, crowd. If necessary, you can
Tenn.-Dec. 1-4. Costs and tables can be set up in shel- June 13-Aug. 1, 6-9 p.m.; in wait to cut them until you see
deadlines for payment vary tered areas; proceeds from Craft Square; $125, plus $25 Ihow many you'll need t
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bedroom CH/AC home Blue Springs area, river
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362-1734 CLASSIFIED MARKETPLACE 1-800-525-4182


Dear Classified Guys, L Call Waiting
After being home with our newborn If it's your first time away from your Chaperoned
for the last eight months, my hus- child, you've probably left every tele- When my friend brought her son
band and I decided to go out for a U phone number that you can possibly be over for a play date, we sat and
night in the adult world. Since we *-* reached at in case of an emergency. watched them play house in my living
didn't have any family in the area, we 8 However, you'd be surprised how many room.
called a babysitting service from the people forget to leave important emer- "You be the Daddy and I'll be the
newspaper. The service turned out agency numbers for the police, fire Mommy," my daughter said. After a
to be a very industrious 16-year-old. department or even neighbors. Be sure quick "okay" from the boy, he began
She explained her resume, her certi- Duane "Cash" Holze to leave the name of a neighbor or near- to give my daughter things to do
fications, rates and references. She & Todd "Carry" Holze by friend that can get to your house around the house. But shejust ignored
then informed us that her next avail- & Tod "Carry" quickly in case you cannot be reached. him.
able Friday night was in 6 weeks. I After a moment or two he sat down
was stunned. Babysitting wasn't that 5/29/05 Parent Course and told her to go wash the dishes.
structured or lucrative when I was in 2005 The Classified Guys We often hear of the Red Cross help- Again my daughter just ignored him.
school. What courses did she take? p-
school. What courses did she take? ing during large catastrophes, but they Finally the little boy tapped her on the
And her eye-popping rates, $12 an shoulder and said, "I'm the Dad and
Andhour ye- child, $15 for 2es, $12an away from the newborn, you'll probably babysitting is no different. Aside from also offer other programs everyday. In and sad, m the Dad and

Wow! She seems great and Carry: There are a lot of things to con- childcare, you may find others who have course in babysitting. They cover the g t o" s
obviously many families side when selecting a babysitter. Their taken babysitting courses. If fact, the basics of handling emergencies and "I'm the Mommy," she politely
must think she's reason- age is just one of them. We know some Red Cross offers such a course for chil- first aid, and also teach such things as replied. "It's my job to let you think
able. I just need a refresher people who hire the neighbor's 12-year- dren ages 11 years and older. choosing age appropriate games and you're in charge." (Thanks to Anne P)
course in babysitting 101? old, but that might be a little young. Cash: As for her rates, well, prices toys, diaper changing and even how to
Can you help? -Cash: On the contrary, we also know have gone up since you were a kid. It handle bedtime issues. Sounds like a
San y parents who only hire certified childcare may sound like a lot of money, but it may course every parent should take.
Cash: That 16-year-old sounds like a professionals, but then they tend to pay a be worth the cost if it gives you a sense Contact the Red Cross in your area for That really is a "fringe" benefit.
future CEO to me. premium for those services as well. of security about leaving the house. more details. e----eded for\
Carry: And a future millionaire at Choosing a babysitter comes down to Carry: Her rates of"$5 for each addi- s HELP' Babysiter ay
those rates! Although a one night break finding someone who you feel is respon- tional child" sound like a cell phone plan. Got a question, funny story, or just want to give two children. Pefits.
tfor both oflou may be worth the price. sible enough to care for your child. Just make sure she doesn't charge you for us your opinion? Let us hear it. Leave a $10/hour +r .
Cash: Besidesoif it's your first time Carry: In today's world, there are overages if the neighbor's kids come to message toll-free at (888) 242-3644 or send to: e.
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