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The Mayo free press
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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: September 15, 2005
Publication Date: 1958-
Frequency: weekly
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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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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 70, no. 27 (June 20, 1958)-
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Table of Contents
    Section A: Main
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        Page 6
    Section B: Sports
        Page 1
        Page 2
        Page 3
        Page 4
        Page 5
        Page 6
    Section C: North Florida Focus
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Traffic stop roadway when the 1988
Delores L. Walker Ford Bronco left the road-
ields drulg Free Press Reporter way and overcorrected in
an attempt to bring the ve-
rres Anita Faye Blackmon, hicle back onto the road.
arrest 42, of Mayo remains in a Witnesses said the vehicle
coma in ICU, Shands at began rotating counter-
A routine traffic stop Gainesville, from injuries clockwise, overturning
Sept. 10, by Lafayette received in an accident on one and a half times be-
County Deputy Scott Wednesday, Sept. 7 at U.S. fore coming to a rest on its
Hamlin 27 east near NE Orchid roof facing east.
resulted Rd. in Lafayette County. FHP Trooper W. Mc-
in the ar The report released by Gauley, Traffic Investiga-
rest of J- Florida Highway Patrol tor said the victim re-
s o n i : said witnesses who saw ceived severe head in-
Michael ,the accident occur said juries in the process of
Written- Blackmon was driving er- Anita Blackmon remains in critical condition at Gainesville UF from injuries received when the Ford
house e, Jason Michael radically, weaving in the SEE LOCAL, PAGE 6A Bronco she was driving overturned on U.S. 27 east of Mayo
26, PO Writtenhouse
Box 874, Photo submitted
Fl.,Spriwhen SgtbyLCSO Merchants oppose fee increase
Fl., when Sgt. Lonny Town Council members also increased by the coun- Johnson addressed the
is partner K Pasa to voted to increase the cost cil. members in lieu of local
misconduct a sniff of the of water by $1 per month It is the occupational li- merchants. She gave an
interior of the vehicle in the city and by $1.25 per cense increase that brought overview of comments
Paska alerted the offi- month to county residents several local merchants to that had been made by
cers to the presence of starting Oct. 1. Connection Monday night's monthly merchants concerning the
cers to the presence of i cFrrai e a ss i d instr I
illegal drugs. A search fees, building permits and council meeting. increase and said most of
of the vehicle yielded occupational licenses were Dust Catcher owner Vi them were surprised at the
the drugs as well as ille jump from around $20 to
the drugs as well as ile- $100. Johnson said her li-
gal communications cense went from $20 a
equipment. yearto $100. "That's a
Writtenhouse was ar- ear "That's a
rested and charged large increase," said.John-
rested and charged son.
with possession of Johnson told the council
cannabis (less than 20 she had checked with
grams) within 1000 ft of neighboring counties and
a school/possession of
drhoo paraphersion of their occupational license
drug paraphernalia are well below the $100
and unlawful use of po-
imposed by Mayo Town
lice communications. iposd by Myo To
Writtenhouse is held Council
at Lafayette County Jail Council members
on $2500 bond. agreed to take a second
on $2500 bond.
Council members discuss concerns brought to them by local
Pioneer merchants at Monday's town meeting. Photo Delores L. Walker SEE MERCHANTS, PAGE 6A Coach Nasko (top), (middle L-R) Myles Byrd, Garrett Price
y News Luke Kallschmidt, bottomn L-R) Skyler Hewitt and Micah Byrd
Day News
Look for the informa- e
tion to enter the 2005A Loca gymnasts excess
Little Miss Pioneer Day
drawing on page 4B.. at "r. D.ym pic
Granny and Pappy "U
will be honored with a a Three local and two area gymnasts traveled to
rec ionoSepwt. 2, New Orleans, Louisiana Aug. 4-5, to compete in
reception Sept 20,10 the 2005 Junior Olympics. Athletes from across the
sioner's Room, nd' nation participated in this prestigious competition.
floor at Lafayette Coun- "The boys were just incredible," says Coach Nasko
ty Courthouse.Alaguenski. Each boy made a personal improve-
Everyone is invited to ment at this final competition of the season and
attend."--'- s 't had a great time in New Orleans, he added. The
For more information
call more information 294-2705. Instructor Frank Garrard, County Commissioner Charles Driver and Sheriff Carson McCall congrat- SEE GYMNASTS, PAGE 6A
ulate the firemen on their success. (L-R) Driver, Garrard, Donnie Taylor, James Lawson, Bud Law-
American Red son, Mark Lawson, Billy Robinson, Donna Robinson and Sheriff McCall. Photo Delores L. Walker

Cross Family Mayo volunteer Firemen receive training Weather Contact Us
Service Center County volunteer firemen. Eye on The Mayo Free Press.
Delores L. Walker Completing the class with outstanding We encourage your phone
Availability Free Press Reporter high marks were veteran Fire Chief James M ayo calls and questions.
Lawson, Assistant Fire Chief Billy Robin- You're welcome to call
Due to the over- Mayo Volunteer Firemen received 40 son and Firemen Donna Robinson, Mark us at (386) 294-1210
whelming need for as- hours of intense training recently under Lawson, Bud Lawson and Donnie Taylor.
distance to families the instruction of Frank Garrard. The Garrard said the class received instruc-
who have evacuated training is applied toward the required tion in legal and ethical matters, patient ID
from areas stricken by 160 hours to receive their state certification assessment, medical emergency, trauma Classifieds .......1-6D
Hurricane Katrina, ts .
the North Central as first responders. Calendar........ 3-8C
i Cath enr The classes were open to all Lafayette SEE MAYO, PAGE 6A Sports......... 1B
Florida Chapter of the P .T, -...........
American Red Cross Social News......3A
has set up expanded REAL ESTATE DONE RIGHT! Church News......2A
Family Service Center .EI
The Family Service 68 Acre Horse Ranch near beautiful Cherry Lake. Weather art by LES
Center which will With 2700 sq ft home, 2 extra residence for guest. student Hailey Dean
serve our area will be Bring the relatives. Low: 69 High: 93
located at the Live lNIB ing Call 386-362-3300, Low: 69 High: 93
Oak Fire Department. .dIk. Ca 000 86 -2 0 fimrngpty,,m,
Hours at this location J. W HILL or 1-888-821-0894 Mild morning, partly For Kids
J sunny, warm and hu- .n & Fo r i
will be Monday & ASSOCIATES Feature Real Estate Agent: sa12 & Under I
Real Estate Broker & Jason Bashaw mid in the afternoon.
Auction Company 196435DH-F
SEE RED CROSS, PAGE 6A No Purchase Necessary
Must Present Coupon 4.
Limit 1 Per Person i
Good 09/16/05 Only _
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What is your Tracy Barnett Batten Memorial services were ers; five grandchildren: and other communities,
1l church Tracy Barnett Batten, 56, conducted at 11 a.m. Travis, Neila, Brett, Shandy and was also a member of
I doing? of Live Oak, passed away Wednesday, September 14, & Brian; four great grand- the DAV. He was preceded
Let us hear Saturday, September 10, at Daniels Memorial children: Katilyn, Kiley, in death by his wife, Ina
From you! 2005 in Shands at Live Oak Chapel, Live Oak. Visita- Kristen, and Leila. Belle (Morrell) Sehrt, and a
after a long illness. The tion was held on Tuesday, Funeral services were daughter, Ileene Sehrt.
SHave an article Jacksonville native moved September 13, from 4 to 6 conducted at 3 p.m. on Survivors include, 2
you want printed? to Live Oak from Winter p.m. at the funeral home. Wednesday, September 14, daughters; Veronica (Sehrt)
Send it to us! Haven twenty years ago, Daniels Funeral Home of 2005 at Riverside Baptist and husband Jerry McFar-
was a meat cutter and was Live Oak was in charge of Church, Mayo, with Rev. land, of Tallahassee, Elaine
Phone: 294-1210 of Baptist faith, all arrangements. John Bracken, Rev. El- Sehrt-Green and husband
Fax: 294-2666 Survivors include his dridge Lyons and Rev. George, of Potomac, Mary-
n/c wife of twenty years; Bren- Rev. Charles W. Lyons Hugh Dampier officiating. land, 4 grandchildren; Rick
b tL g X i da Bishop Batten, Live Rev. Charles W. Lyons, Interment followed in the Durand, Travis Durand,
D ou b tin g o?. Oak, his father: R. B. Bat- 73, of Mayo, passed away church cemetery. Michael Green and Ben
In modern vernacular, ten, Dowling Park, two Sunday, September 11, Daniels Funeral Home of Green, 2 great grandchil-
Thomas is referred to, daughters: Tracy Renee 2005 in his home, after a Live Oak was in charge of dren; Alex Durand and Ja-
probably, more often than (Lucky) Baber, Lakeland, long illness. The Lafayette all arrangements. lyn Durand. A host of
any of the other disciples; and Sandra K. Batten, County native was a U.S. nieces and nephews also
doubting Thomas. He Lakeland two step-daugh- Air Force Veteran and a Vernon R. Sehrt survive.
seemed to be the type of ters: Laura Wallace, Lake- member of Brewer Lake Vernon R. Sehrt, was an Memorial services will be
person who could always land, and Mary E. Keen, Baptist Church, Day. Rev. accountant, age 83, passed held at 11 a.m. on Thurs-
see the negative aspect of Dowling Park; two step- Lyons was pastor at Athena away on Monday, Septem- day, September 15, 2005 at
any situation. His pes- sons: Joseph O. (Sharlot) Baptist Church for two ber 12, 2005 at his resi- the First United Methodist
simism led to depression -. Keen, Dowling Park, and years in Perry. dence. Mr. Sehrt was born Church in Mayo. Interment
the only logical outcome. Johnny (Hope) Mussle- Survivors include one in New Orleans, on Febru- will be held at a later date.
In John 11:16, Let us also white, Winter Haven; son: William Dean Lyons, ary 28, 1922. Coming from In lieu of flowers, those
go, that we may die with > twelve grandchildren, Mayo; one daughter: Jacksonville he had lived in wishing to make donations
him (Jesus) he looked on David H. Matier Leah Buchanan, Christen Tamyra Lyons, Mayo; one Mayo for over 30 years. He may make them to the Red
the darker side of things; Conine, Christopher & Bri- sister: Virlin Bradford, was a member of the First Cross Disaster Relief Fund,
His path is heading toward what of a pessimistic out- an Keen, Ryan Golan, Lau- Clearwater, and one half- United Methodist Church 187 Office Plaza Dr., Talla-
death so we might as well look but he also had a de- ran Wallace, Austin & Josh sister; two brothers: Rev. in Mayo and was treasurer hassee, FL 32301 or to the
go along and die with Him. votion to Christ a willing- Baber, Tabatha, Jessica Eldridge Lyons, Valdosta, of the church for many HSUS (Humane Society
He failed to realize that ness if necessary to die for Skyler and Sarah Mussle- GA and Bobby Lyons, Fort years. Serving in the Army United States) Animal Dis-
the problem had to be faced Him which he.did as borne white. Myers, and five half-broth- as a Major, he was a combat aster Relief Fund, 2100 L St.
in order to experience the out by history. It was prob- wounded veteran of WWII. NW, Washington, DC
solution! No battles, no ably this deep devotion JTesu C hrist He was a member of the 20037.
victories! A positive atti- that helped him to over- Mayo Masonic Lodge, an Joe P. Burns Funeral
tude toward life goes a long come his doubting. C h avid supporter of the Hu- Home in Mayo is in charge
way in shaping your future Someone has said COmi lUflty Church mane Society in Live Oak of the arrangements.
and fitting you for the Thomas must have been
Lord's service. from Missouri, the show To: Pastor and members
But at the same time, me state. He puts one in re- Jesus Christ Community Church invites you to join Tr-State Hay Contest wil be
while there may be a hint of membrance of the man in us in our appreciation of General Mother Emma Wat-
pessimism in John 11:16 it Mark 9:24 who said, Lord, I son, Friday and Saturday night on September 23 and h d a t A ric l r
also contains a note of believe; help thou my un- 24, at the Jesus Christ Community Church at 7 p.m. hed at t e Agricre
Thomas's devotion to our belief. But when the facts Sunday services will be held at the Mayo Communi-
Lord. He was willing to die were presented, Thomas ty Center at 3 p.m. So come out and be a part of a Holy Exposition M oultrie, Ga.
if need be. History indi- was able to come to a Ghost filled service. We welcome your participationI
cates that he was probably sound conclusion My choir, soloists and speakers. The Tri-State Hay Contest for hay farmers in Alabama,
the first missionary to In- Lord and my God, (John Please call or contact us so that we may add you to Georgia and Florida, will be held at the Sunbelt Agricul-
dia. He was martyred on 20:28). the program. Dinner will be served after Sunday ser- ture Exposition, Moultrie, Ga., Oct. 18-20; The deadline for
the mission field. Per David H. Matier, DPC vice. For more information call Sis. Mary Alice Watson accepting entries will be Monday, Sept. 19. Applications
Peloubet's Bible Dictionary Christian/Biblical Counseling at 294-1614 or Sis. Brenda Powe at 294-3690. available on-line at http://aesl.ces.uga.edu/forms/in-
he was killed by a lance. "mailto:dmatier@alltel.net" Pastor Curtis Watson and members dex.html. Info: Jason Chandler at Suwannee County Ex-
He may have had some- dmatier@alltel.net 09070 tension Office, 386-362-2771.

AIRLINE BAPTIST CHURCH (SBC)......294-2676 Methodist Church NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH Jesus Christ Fellowship
Co-Pastor......................................................................Larr Law Phone: 386-294-1661 Pastor..................................Rev. Charlie Walker
Co-Pastor.............. .................................Rusty ryan MAYO FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Sunday S ..................10:00 a.m Community Church,
Sunday School..:..... .............. ........... ....9:45a.m. Located SE corner of Hwy. 27 & FL 51 Mayo un ay School................................................................ :00a.m.
Worship Service...............................................................11:00 a.m.Pastor Jim Gamble Morning Worship............................................................11:00 a.m. A Full Gospel M ministry
Children's/Youth Discipleship.............................. 6:00 p.m. Discipleship Training ...........................................6:00 p.m. M a o rida, Inc.
Dis ples Trai ng............... 6:30 .m. Sunday School...................................................:00 a.m. Evenin Worship.......... ........................... 7:00 p.m.
E e ngWorship.................................. 7:00 pm. Morning Worship........ ..............11:00 a.m. Adult Choir.......................................... .................8:00 p.m. 294-1656
Adul e Study........................................6:30 EveningWorship............................................................6:00 p.m. Prayer Meeting, Bible Study & Mission Group-Wed...7:00 p.m. Deacon Lemon Curtis Watson,
Located Four Miles East of Mayo on Highway 27 Located Two Miles North of Mayo Off Highway 51 Chairman of the Deacon Ministry
"0 Come Let us Worship The Lord" Ps. 95:6 128991-F "The Friendly Mayo Methodist" 12899.F "Come And Hear, All Ye That Fear God" Ps. 66:16 1203 Mother Emma WatsonGenral Mother
at the corner of San Pedro St.
ALTON CHURCH OF GOD.....................294-3133 LIGHTHOUSE CHRISTIAN CENTER...294-3089 PLEASANT GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH (SBC).294-1306 Church Services
Pastor............. ............................Rev. Charles E. Hodge, Jr. Pastor, John Whittin n Pastor.................. ........................... Ted Rushing Sunday School.....................10:00 a.m.
Youth Pastor ..... ......................Brett eals astShoolor n W .............................. a MonngWorship................11:00 a.m.
Music Director ............... ...... Blanche erry un ay ......................................................Tuesday Service....................7:00 p.m.
Children's Pastor..... .........Ryan & Tiffany Perry Sunday Praise and Worship Service..............................0:30 a.m. Worshp Service........... ........................11:00 a.m. (Prayer Meeting and Bible Study)
Sunday School...... ........... ..... 9:45 a.m Children's Church................................: ...... 10:30 a.m. Wednesday Discipleship Training..............6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Worship Service/K.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,
Evening W orship............................................................. 6:00 p.m W wednesday Service............................................................7:00 p.m Team Kids Night ................................. .................. 6:30 p.m and Consecration.
FamilyNight 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 Chu Memership means ommitment
State Road 27 128994-F State Road 51 Mayo ~ "Love Never Fails" 129000. -- Jesus Saves-- 1290o4-F word of God. ,5o4F

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 on 160th turn right) place for you
Pastor.................. .......Elder Carolyn Demps Worship Leader ............................Joycelyn Cook Pastor: Stan Posey Pastor...............Wayne Hudson
Sunday School............... ... .....11:00 a.m. unday Schedule Phone (386) 776-1806 Phone Number........386-294-1244
Worship Service....................... p.m. SUNDAY
Thursdayhip S .........................................................12:00 p.m Bible Study...................... ........rship............................9:45 A.M. Sunday Worship.................... ................9:30a newbeginningschurch alltel.net
Thursday Bible Study.....................................................7:00 p.m W orship Service.......................,.....:........... 11:00 A.M Bible Study..........................................................................10:30 am
Sunday Night Service......................................................... 6:00 P.M Purpose Statement
357 Pine Street Wednesday Night Schedule WEDNESDAY New Beginnings exists to provide an environment
"M m hi n e m ans Adult Prayer Service ......... ...................... ......6:30 P.M. Women's Bible Study.......... ........................... ......10:00 am where Peole can discover and d p a ass for
"Membership means Discipleship" 129-5 _F mayobapmistchurchtaIlleInet I,,3lF _7 God that isea relevan( and relaitmna

.. School............................................0:00 a.:
astor........................... ........... ..................Rev. Steve Boyd worshunday Servich l............ ... ........... 1100 am. Sun Mornin Worshi ..................10:00a.m.
Sunday School......................................................10:00 a.m. Discipleship Training............. ....6000p. In Our Church Wednesday Nigt Bibltudy...... 7.m.
Wed Light for Living......... .... 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday............................................ 7:00 p.m.__
Located 4 miles South on Hwy. 349, Located on County Road 354 al M yIrtle at 362-1734 Ephesus Advent
then left on CR 138, follow signs. "For If Ye forgive Men Their Tresspasses Your HeavenlyF Christian Church
Fthen left on CR 138, follow signs. Father Will Also Forgive You" Matt. 6:14 10.F Pa____ ChristianC e
_ _Pastor Bill Talley
FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD ST. MATTHEW'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH Bethel Creek Baptist Church........658-2398 963-5600
Choir ractice............................. 10:00 a.m. Contact Number in Mayo (386) 294-2218 Pastor : Sherwood E. Sawyer 208-9626
SSdhy WorshKip Service.............. .....10:30 a.m. V Sunday School .........................9:45 am. Sunday School Service....9:45 a.m.
Kid's s hurch................................ ...............11:00 a.m. Vicar................................................................Rev. Linda Lowry Sunday Worship Service............... ............... ...11:00 a.m. Wohip Se rvice .. .. :00 a.m.
evening Worship................................6:00 p.m. Sr. Warden............ ......................Pippy Cashman Sunday Evenin Worship.............. ....6:00 p.m. Worship Service..............l:00 a.m.
daYouth Impact ..ck ................................7:00 p.m. Celebration of Holy Eucharist at 7:00 PM Wednesday Bible Study...................................7:00 p.m. Prayer Meeting.................7:00 p.m.
W Adult Bie Study....................................... 7:00 p.m. each Wednesday to be followed by light 4
Pastor: David Stephens refreshments and Christian Education. Nursery available for all services
Youth Pastor: Daryl Fletcher a located 3 miles North of Day on Highway 53
Located on Mill Street, Mayo "Renewing Hope and Building Lives" ipaM7.F Located One Block North of the Courthouse in Mayo Where you are always welcomed 129006-F
Hatch Bend Baptist Church
Pastor George Dunn
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Sunday School.........................................................................9:45 a.m .
Sunday Morning Worship..........................................11:00 a.m.
SundayEvening EC'.....................................6:0 p.m.
Wednesday Evening ............................ ..................... :00 p.m.
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'-p'Fax: 294-2666 September 16, 2004, my brother and many others complete with crayons, I say. Cory is the man with a
C ' D rofts Thriftway brother, Chad, turned blue, have moved to Fort Polk, might add. Brandon has plan. For all this and so
Sthe official color of the which is located in graced me with his wit on much more, I adore my
PRICES Queen of Battle. September Louisiana, to further their more than one occasion. boys.
EBti~2g '__a'rziWd? WITH PHOTOS 17, 2004, he and his com- training as infantrymen. Cory equals smiles all My boys aren't the mon-
Send us your Engagement $25 rades graduated from boot Through regular corre- around. Murillo is'King of sters people believe them to
social news Birth Announcement $10 camp at Fort Benning, spondence, I have been the Grill'. Chad loves green be. They represent the best
Deadline Birthday wishes $2.50 home to the infantry. The richly blessed with the op- beans and Brandon's cold of America. They're your
SMonday Noon per column inch graduation was held inside portunity to get to know pizza. Jonathan is 'tall, sons, your brothers, your
due to the horridly nasty many wonderful soldiers. dark, and handsome', if he nephews, your friends,
weather. Families and These soldiers have become does say so himself. Morri- your lovers, and your
friends poured into the au- my boys. They're simply son's sketches are fabulous! guardians. It is their blood
ditorium, filling all avail- the best! Davis yanks on the con- which will blot out oppres-
able seating. Even so, peo- My boys are so very di- troller when playing a sion, their feet which will
ple continued to pour in, verse, coming from all video game...apparently, blister from the many miles
lining the walls, sitting on walks of life. Each is spe- yanking left will make your they will walk on our be-
the floor even, just to share cial in his own way. Each character turn.left much half, their death which will
in their soldier's moment of has proven himself worthy more quickly. Joe can actu- sustain our life, and their
glory. Nobody minded the and deserving of respect. ally carry on a conversation breath which will fan the
crushing crowd or the sti- These men have warmed while playing a video fire of our freedom.
fling stillness of the heated my heart and opened my game, which is more than Special note: Every service
air. Carefully arranged hair eyes. impressive. Chad loves my member of every branch of the
wilted, while painstakingly Imust confess that before turtle jokes, or, more to the military, both past and pre-
Sapplied makeup began to my boys, it never hit home point, he loves how I can't sent, has my deepappreciation
run. It didn't matter. After for me. Sure, I felt compas- say the punch line because and respect. To me, you will
l b a all, we were about to see sion and stirring of pride I'm too busy laughing. always be the world's great-
our soldiers for the first when the news mentioned Brandon's eyes give voice est! Thank you!
time in what seemed like our service members, but to to everything he doesn't Sarah Leigh
r ages. As the ceremony pro- be honest, it was all so
gressed, our senses were generic. Now, when I hear
filled with pride as we about a fallen soldier, I am
Jason Williams and Michelle Bradley learned what our boys had reminded of my brother's .
accomplished during their smile, Brandon's infectious
She isurr- epl d journey to become-the men laughter, Joe's magnetic .
they are today. Mothers personality, Jonathan's hi- .
j., and fathers alike shed tears various impersonations,
of di Lie ak eraera of joy. We were all of one and Cory's total self-confi- n '
accord, no barriers were dence. Now, those soldiers
Andy and Carolyn also while attending high maintained. United we mentioned on the news
Bradley of Live Oak and school in Mayo, he complet- stood, viewing the face of have faces, names and per-
Verlon and Karen Williams ed a two-year course in au- our future in the faces of sonalities.
of Mayo would like to an- tomotive technology at our loved ones. There are times I've had
nounce the upcoming mar- Suwannee-Hamilton Tech- The soldiers were obvi- to grit my teeth and walk
riage of their children, nical Center in LiveOak. He ously tired, having been away, as my opinion is not
Michelle Bradley and Jason is a graduate of Southwest awake for quite some time shared by everyone. I've .. .
Williams: Georgia Technical College enjoying the company of heard people openly "-.''
Michelle is a 2005 Suwan- where he earned his associ- their drill sergeants, but ridicule my boys. Keep in'{ '
nee High School graduate. ate degree. Jason is current- happiness shone brightly mind that these people i .|'
She is currently employed ly employed with Flint from their faces, their bear- have never even passed my
with Bradley Construction Equipment of Perry. His ing proclaiming their pride boys on a crowded street,
of Live Oak. Her maternal maternal grandparents are in self and in country. The yet they still try to convince
grandparents are Lucille Al- Nancy and Dewey Davis of very air was heavy with me that my boys are mon-
lison of Hatch Bend, and the Mayo. His paternal grand- heart-felt emotion, as our sters who lust after blood-
late Cecil Dick Townsend of parents are Loretta and soldiers gave a wonderful shed, cruelty, and carnage. .
Mayo. However, she is Charles Williams of Mayo. rendition of the Soldier's (I steadily maintain that my ..
pleased to announce Her- The wedding will take Creed. Even now, almost boys are, without a doubt,
man Bush of Hatch Bend as place Saturday, Oct. 8, 2005 one year later, I am still the best!)
her present grandfather. at 7:30 p.m. at the river overcome with the emo- In the beginning, such re- :;
Her paternal. grandparents home. of Andy and Carolyn tions induced by the vivid- marks caused tears to dim ';
are Hammett Bowen of Bradley in Mayo. The recep- ly remembered moment. my vision. These days, the
Ocala and the lte -Mary ,,tion will.immediately fol- The cadence of their strong irony 6ften makes me
"Molly" Bradley Parramore low the ceremony. voices lifted in unison still chuckle. The openly cruel / -
of Live Oak. All friends and family are echoes in my memory: condemnation of these ".
Jason is a 2001 graduate of invited to attend this joyous I am an American Sol- men who dare to serve their
Lafayette High School and day with them. dier. country is allowable. After i I
I am a Warrior and a all, we live in America, a
member of a team. I serve nation known for its A
the people of the United democracy allocating cer-
New BeginingsChulrch has moved! States and live the Army tain inalienable rights to its
wValues. citizens. Men, such as my
New Beginnings Church with coffee, juice and I will always place the brother Chad, Brandon,
has moved! You can now fresh pastries. The wor- mission first. and Joe make awesome sac-
find us each Sunday at the ship service begins at 10 i ne ii in e hat we, as al
LHaferia Jaoin, AeI will never accept defeat. rifices to insure that we, as
Lwe as w c omete our For more info Aation I will never quit. Americans, have the free- I.L rTo
I will never leave a fallen dom of opinion. It's much
sermon series Crossroads- call 386-294-1244.or go t comrade. 'easier to express
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emies of the United States each one! Coupon Here
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Massey, Mary Vestal, Don An)' and all donations to say "I'll stand in harm's selves. My mind is filled
Imler or bring it by the to this all volunteer mis- way for you because your with all the silly things that Quick-Track
Manna House behveen 10 sion are always greatly cause is my cause, your have endeared each boy to
AM and 2 PM Monday appreciated, fight is my fight." my heart. Joe bought me a Professional Tracking
Since graduation, my Batman coloring book,

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Saturday 8 a.m .-until\ Poulan Chain Saw Sales & Service
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We will have to sell a lot from you. Wilee truly appre-o LHS to have LES Students Honored
of these ite s to reach our cite any effort made to- If you are interested in of school. One The students recognized

wards the purchase of a of fundraisers also. We ehand@fc.nafayette.k12.fl
van for our church will inform you of our fu- o Ely Lnd aSingletary student is selected weekly for the month of August
Anyon reihin e t plans. -41 Om Ci n LES Guidance Counselor to be Student of the Week. were Austin Moody, Bri-
Chrc wllt b^e holdings a hms at 2943675~l or" Parade Lafayette Elementary The Student of the Week is anna Celedon, and Evelyn

in this endeavor or has in- May God Bless you, School is honoring stu- recognized on the LES Martinez. The lunches for
series of fundraisers on Minister Sellers at 294- 1 dents for their outstanding morning news with a cer- these students were gra-
Saturdays. We will have 1969. The LHS Student actions. Teachers nomi- tificate and they are treat- ciously donated by Green
grilled chicken, hamburg- Fundraisers will mostly council is coordinating nate students weekly that ed to a lunch during the Oaks Cafe' and Subs and

formation about a nice Pand- stor Sellers and11 at Little th annual Homecoming v h e nc we e Moe .
wiches, baked goods, Galilee. We look forward parade. The parade shall
drinks and more. to seeing you and hearing tae place on Friday, Oc- '"*g^~ S ''5' B~wusliwlg iwe^a". "'*'K ^^ B ^ ^

van for us, call Pastor Sell- Galilee Holiness Church Aura El a md
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in: thisl endeavor oro h sin- l May, God Bles ymouan to ___rau__ ninMy.___________dAstn ody vey Mrinz
summer i Heat Seniors and a .

Waves can F. Senior Parents _).
risk. for g pThere will be a meeting in --
cause sk for the LHS cafeteria on Sept. I, I
19, at 630 pm to discuss
deWhydhryatio0n and begin making plans for .l.se w
dh ysdrton Priscilla Cashman a "family and friends" -ae-sd te : .-a2
cruise. The cruise will be af- o
By:Priscilla Cashman, Pro- single day, it is important to ter graduation in May. (L-R) Brianna Celedon, Austin Moody, Evelyn Martinez.
gram Assistant pay attention to signals of Everyone who is interest-
University of Florida, Fami- water loss and minimize the ed needs to attend this Ltev0ema e A R E
ly Nutrition Program risk of dehydration by drink- meeting to get all informa- Litte League A F P E
Lafayette County ing plenty of fluids through- tion. There will be lots of es n
Extension Service out the day, before thirst sets decisions to make at this meetg
Whether you are sitting at in. meeting, such as where, Published weekly every Thursday, USPS #334-600
the pool side or on your Cool Alternatives when, cost, etc. If yot are interested in the Phone: (386) 294-1210 Fax: (386) 294-2666
porch, playing tennis or sim- Look at the list below for This will be the only future of Lafayette Little
ply watching TV at home, it drink ideas to quench your meeting held at this time to League, there will be a i
is important to drink plenty thirst this summer. make these decisions, meeting on Tuesday, Sep-
of fluids during summer's in- Mix 100% juice with Please make plans to attend member 20 at 6:30 p.m. at the
tense heat waves. plain or sparkling water if you are interested in par- Lafayette County Commu-
The average adult loses Mix unsweetened, decal- ticipating with this trip. We nity Center.
about 10 cups of water daily feinated iced tea with orange will also discuss payments Please be sure to attend
through perspiration, breath- juice or lemonade and who they need to be this meeting as it will deter- Myra Regan, Linda Smith, Delores Walker,
ing and other body func- Squeeze a wedge of made to. This is a VERY IM- mine the future of this orga- Publisher Manager Reporter
tions. lemon, lime or orange into PORTANT MEETING! nization in the community.
When the body is exposed unflavored carbonated water Annual subscription rate:
to extremely high tempera- Mix 100% juice and wa- The o f h nurcnes $16 in county / $23 out of county
tures it needs even more wa- ter and freeze into fruit juice Revelation the Periodicals postage paid at Mayo, Florida
ter to maintain its normal popsicles. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to:
temperature. Effects of water For more information, con- The Mayo Free Press
loss from the body can lead tact Priscilla Cashman, Pro- vices on the seven churches mentioned in Revelation P.O. Box 248
to: gram Assistant, University of chapters 2 and 3. Mayo, Florida 32066
Fatigue Florida, Lafayette County The services will be Friday, and Saturday nights at 7 Office located at 705 NW Suwannee Ave. Branford, FL
SWekns Eyo Sev 3p.m. and Sunday, at 11 a.m. on September 16, 17, and 18. Editorial Policy: The Mayo Free Press encourages readers to write let-
*Weakness Extension Service at 386-294- The public and churches are invited to attend. "We are ters to the editor expressing their options. All letters should be brief and to
Denlirium, and Death 1279 or log onto a the point and those selected for publication (we reserved the right to accept
Even though dehydration' http:/ / www.eatrigh.org/Pu living in the last days." or reject all letters) may be edited for space reasons. Letters must be signed
(e v we ls d t b i / / Pbi e- For more information call: Thomas at 294-3675 or Pas- and include the writer's address and phone number to be considered for
(excessive water loss) doesn't blic / Media / PublicMe- tor Sellers at 294-3693. publication. All letters become the property of The Mayo Free Press.
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B U D T October 1, 2005 through September 30,2006

THE Ti7own of M ayo Florida Ad Valorem taxes, 2.50 mills $ 40,890 $ $ 40,890
Franchise and utility taxes 69,300 69,300
ht t v a1e aLicenses and permits 15,000 15,000
has tentatively adopted a State and county shared revenues 100,528 22,000 122,528
Sr Charges for services 800 332,000 332,800
budget for the fiscal year courtfines 1,000 2,0 1,
Interest and other 8.000 2000 10,000
t Total estimated revenues 235,518 356,000 591,518
ending September 30, 2006. Beginning cash 150,000 25,000 175,000
S Total estimated revenues and
balances $' 385,518 $ 381,000 $ 766,518

A public hearing to make a
FINAL DECISION on the General governmentalservices $ 153,979 $ $ 153,979
Public safety 48,475 48,475
A D T A X E Water service 70,930 70,930
bud et AND TAXES Sewer service 130,830 130,830
Garbage service 130,700 130,700
l h Transportation 28,500 28,500
W ill be held on Economic environment 2,000 2,000
Debt service 22.005 22,005
onday S ptem b r 1 Total appropriations 232,954 354,465 587,419
Monl a, Se eptem er 19, Reserves 152,564 26,535 179,099
2005, at 7:00 p .m at the Total appropriations and reserves $ 385.518 $ 381.000 $ 766.518

200095DH-F 200096DH-F



Lighthouse Christian Youth attend Camp Decision Historical
SSociety holds
School has been in ses- life-changing services.etyholds
sion now for a few weeks. Shane Posten and Vic 'August
Most teenagers have settled Robinson of Live Oak have
into their school schedules been involved in the music meeting
and adjusted to their acade- of Camp Decision for sev-
mic agendas. In addition to eral years. Shane and Vic Submitted by
memories of sunshine, perform with excellence as Marvin Green
beaches and vacations, the they lead people into the The Lafayette County
teenagers of Lighthouse presence of God with wor- Historical Sodety, dedicat-
Christian Center have ship in music. There is a ed to preserving the pre-
brought back to school sense of joy and freedom in cious history of our coun-
something of more value: Christ as these young men ty, held its regular monthly
The experience of Camp sing and play. meeting on August 25. The
Decision. The teenagers of Light- temporary meeting place is
Camp Decision is a sum- house had an awesome w the hospitable Mayo Cafe'
mer youth camp founded time at camp. Not only did while the room in the
by Pastor Ray Dubois in they have fun, they were Chamber of Commerce
1990. His goal is to stir up a challenged by the theme of building is under repair.
passion for Christ in the the week: immovable. During the formal part
hearts of young people. They each received a of the meeting it was re-
The camp has been doing bracelet with this theme to ported that the copying
this successfully for 15 remind them that they machine recently donated
years. The camp has grown should be consistent in The Army of Fire Youth Group at Camp Decision has been repaired and
to an annual attendance of their walk with God. They .a. made functional.
over 1,000. believe that God spoke to More exiting was the
Teenagers have plenty to their hearts and changed news that Ms. Irene Cal-
do during their stay at their lives this year at houn has met with a mem-
camp. The week includes a camp. ber of the Rutherford ar-
full schedule of games, The entire group enjoyed chitectural firm on the site
sports and other activities every moment and only -g of the future museum in
during the day, followed wished their stay could downtown Mayo. They
by a worship service each have been longer. As they discussed items to clarify
evening. A typical service started back to Mayo, they contract provisions and the
at Camp Decision is any- thought of the great time status of the financial grant
thing but typical! Multime- they had and the friends ", '' from the State of Florida. It
dia presentations, a state of they made. Now whether was determined that the
the art light show, the latest in school, or home doing Harley Lynch Construc-
contemporary worship homework or chores, they tion firm would install a
blasting over enormous think back to this past new roof on the building,
speaker, humor, drama summer. And they long for and B.Z. Cashman would
and relevant preaching all next summer and another "Yummm!" Not a bad meal after a busy day. arrange for the removal of
contribute to one of these week of Camp Decision! any hazardous waste.
Commodity Also, the existing tile floor
was carefully inspected. to
P Distribution p"served.
Distribution see how much of it could
be preserved.
Sponsored by Suwan- The members heard a re-
nee River Economic port of the progress of the
Council, Inc. and .the Pioneer Day event. The So-
State of Florida, Depart- city will sell T-shirts
ment of Agriculture and boosting Lafayette County,
Consumer Services; as well as classic souvenir
USDA TEFAP surplus books. They pledged to as-
commodities will be dis- sist the Pioneer Day com-
tributed to.eligible area mittee in numerous ways.
residents on Wednesday; It was reported that
September 21, 8:30 a.m. membership in the Society
1 12 p.m., 1 -3:30 p.m. is increasing but. tnuch
,n .,I The. food will be dis- more ; rcommurnityrpartici-
Will Alfonso, Eric Heaton and Levi Perry struck a pose during a tribute at S.R.E.C. pafion is desired. Every
Courtney Jackson communicates with a deaf student from the volleyball game. Building Inc., U.S. 27 resident is invited to join
Courtney Jackson communicates with a deaf student from the North Mayo. and become part of this ef-
Florida School for the Deaf and Blind. Any household whose fort to create a museum
maximum gross income right.here in Mayo, and to
: is less than the State-es- preserve- the proud her-
tablished maximum for itage of the people who
the appropriate house- niade this county great.
Should size is eligible. Also, The Society meets each
-anyoiie receiving aid month on the fourth
S-. from one of the follow- Thursday at 7 p.m. The
ing programs is eligible next meetingg will be,nr
for USDA commodities: Thursday, September 22, at
Food, Stamps, AFDC, the Mayo Cafe'. No pur'
SSI, Medicaid, or resi- ciase there is necessary. s
dence in government .the meeting is held in the
1 ::housing. 'irivate room. Further in-
This program is avail- formation can be obtained
able to all individuals rdiri Elouise Green at,294-
who meet eligibility 311 A..
Emily Selleck and Jessica Williams pause from outside activities. who meet eligibility 314.
guidelines, without re--
gard to race, color, na-
tional origin, age, sex or
i. .--. Lighthouse teenagers at the evening worship service of Camp De- handicap.

Lest an item?
The Lafayette County
Sheriff's Office has nu-
merous items (keys, wal-
lets, etc) that have been SEPT. 29 -7 PM
brought to the county Footworks Percussive
jail. Dance Ensemble
If you have lost an (COUPON)
item, you may call the .- I m- OCT. 27 -7 PM
county jail at 386/294- yChamber Orchestra
that you wish to recover.

Army of Fire youth leader i NOV. 14-7 PM
Michele Howland doubles as II. P
security at Camp Decision. DEC.1-7PM
118 E. Park St. Perry, FL 32348 l My Sinatra

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Get 1 Free Refill On Medium & Large Drink & Popcorn T
to be held Starting Friday 09/16/05 Tribute to Ray Chaes
AI Includes Frame and Single Vision lenses. Offer only MARCH 2 7 PM
A Community drop-in good for Lake City Store. Some restrictions apply. A Closer Walk with
household shower will be Fri. & Sat....................7:30 only Fri, & Sat..................7:30 only Coupon required. Regular price $49. Pats Cline
held for Ben and Anna Sunday........................4:00 only Suiiiay.....................;.4:00only Offer expires September 30, 2005.
Kimmell on Sept. 18, 2-5 at --(COUPON) Ct n ale ol
Riverside Church. T 1ckts on Sale NowI
Anna and Ben and chil- Fri. Sat........ 7:30 only $11 adhlts/$6 cilI
Sunday...............4:00 only
dren of New Orleans, La. allace & Gromit* Red-Eye ".NW. .WW.NFCC.,
lost everything to Hurri- Skeleton Key Flightplan -Malr
cane Katrina. Eelass food
For more information call 0 express L
Cathy Dodd at 294-2714 or I Ue I U E C UP O N' HLwo. 9O n
Deanna Mullis at 294-1834. (Limit one per visit) Certain restrictions may apply. Expires 09/30/05 H "
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Continued From Page 1A finished first on the floor Pommel Horse and Bronze third on the Parallel Bars, Floor, Still Rings, and place team trophy! Garrett
and still rings, second on on Rings. Myles Byrd had a second on Floor, Pommel Vault. Skyler tied the Price teamed up with two
boys are part of the Taylor the Pommel Horse and the great competition and fin- Horse, Vault and the All record high score for our other gymnasts from Flori-
Gymnastics Competitive All Around, Skyler Hewitt ished third on the Parallel Around while taking Gold gym with a 9.9 on the da to take second place in
team that trains at Taylor was first on the Vault and Bars. All gymnasts includ- on the rings and High Bar. Rings, said his coach. We the 12 year old team com-
Gymnastics Cheerleading third on Floor and the All ing Garrett Price advanced Skyler Hewitt was definite- were all very excited and petition.
and Dance in Perry. Around while Micah Byrd to the Finals for their finish ly on his game taking third proud of him. I was very pleased with
On the first day of com- captured the Gold medal at the top ten of their age on the Parallel Bars, second Garrett Price finished our boy's performances in *
petition, Luke Kallschmidt on High Bar, Silver on group. on Pommel Horse, High fourth on the Rings and New Orleans. I credit their
At the finals, Luke Bar and the All Around, Vault while ending up hard work and the coach
M merchants Kallschmidt gave a stellar while taking top honors ninth in the All Around. for their success, said Lisa
M erchan performance and finished with the Gold medal on the The Byrd boys are doing Arrowood.
Continued From Page 1A vote in who represents me very well, said Coach The boys and their fami-
in the citsince thei r dec Nasko Alaguenski. They lies would like to give a
in the city .sine their deci" ,_ Lk are very talented and put a special thanks to Byrd's
look at the cost in the Oct. sion affects my livelihood," are very t a p a s t t Brd'
S7 lot of effort into their gym- Logging, Croft's Thriftway,
10 workshop prior to the 7 said Hyde. 1
p.m. meeting but did not And, added Hyde, "I nastics he added. Lafayette State Bank, and J
p.m. meeting but did not And, added Hyde, I r
make any promises to would like to see everyone It certainly showed in & J Gas for their special do-
New Orleans, Micah Byrd nations. Another special
change their earlier deci- that works, even out of cl a ied the Gold edal on than goes to or cmmu-
claimed the Gold medal on thanks goes to our commu-
sion. They will extend the their homes, be required to Hih He ao tk s- ny f y s
time for merchants to pur- have an occupational li- High Bar. He also took sec- nity for your support in
chase their license until af- cense in fairness to those of od on Vault and third in our hotdog sales,
ter the hearing Oct. 10. us who do." the All Around against "Delaware" Indian Raffle
Councilman Taylor Mc- Council members voted .s some very tough competi- and monetary donations.
Councilman Taylor Mec- Council members voted 1 -he IL rr> -i i m1 n -^ *1
Grew said he appreciated to pt H r st on tion. Myles Byrd took the Skyler Hewitt is the son
ohnso's concern bt said, the agenda for the Oct. I- bronze medal on the Still of Randall and Danna He-
Johnson's concern but said the agenda for the Oct. S R'n B r i MchB
the cost breaks down to meeting and instructed Rings, Parallel Bars, High witt. Myles and Micah Byrd
Bar and in the All Around. are the sons of Maury and
about 19 cents per day, a Building Inspector Bobby. I 4 Myles rounded out his in- Hillary Byrd. Garrett Price
cost that should not cause Johnson to look into the. ca p u rn o m i a r e
anyone a hardship. matter of workers n eglect- credible performance by is the son of Gene and Nan
r j/ f wr i rs neg16WS- fid Lue Icapturing the Gold medal Price, and Luke
Linda Hyde, owner of ing to purchase a city occu- catung te Gld al schmidt is the son
Lasting Impressions Beau- national license. on vault. Kallschmidt is the son of
Myles, Micah and Skyler John and Gaye
ty Shop also addressed the The Town Council will Myles, Micah and Skyler John ad
competed as a team in the Kallschmidt.
council to request that city hold their final hearing for a competed as a team in the Kallschmidt.
nts wo mst py t Town Bdget Sept. 19 .. 8-9 year old Level 4 Compe- This experience would
merchants who mut py te n Budget Se. tition. This crew from Mayo not have been possible
city fees be allowed to vote at 7 p.m. Mayo Town Hall, (L-R) Micah, Skyler and Mylestook top honors, test without your support.
in city elections even Main St. took top honors, the 1st without your support.
in city elections even Main St.
though they live in the For more information Local
county. call Mayo Town Hall at .-. Sheriff
"I would like to have a 294-1551. Continued From Page 1A spending to the accident Carson
scene were Lafayette Coun- McCall
M ayo overturning. ty Sheriff Carson McCall, congratulates
John and Luerina Hurst, Sgt. Alan Ellis, Deputy Donna
Continued From Page 1A 3989 and sign up to be a Blackmon's daughter and Chris Land, Lafayette EMS, Robinson
part of your local fire de- son-in-law, along with oth- Mayo Volunteer Fire De- on a job
instruction and emergency apartment. Lawson says er family members remain apartment, Hatch Bend Vol- well done.
childbirth, there are 10 volunteers at at Blackmon's bedside, unteer Fire Department and 'T Photos
Assistant Chief Robinson the present time and they Hurst said her mother un- Branford Volunteer Fire Delores L Walker
commended Garrard on could sure use more. He derwent surgery on the Department.
the high quality of instruc- said the department is night of the accident and is Fire Chief
tion the firemen received, ranked in the top five for facing additional surgery Red Cross James LA
"We thank him for the this district. He also said this week. Lawson i
time he gave to help us," that residents should re- Hurst said she is thank- Continued From Page 1A receives his '
said Robinson. member that a good fire ful for the many visits, badge and .
Garrard's reply was sim- department keeps our in- phone calls and prayers re- through Friday from 12 certification
ply, "we. should all give surance costs down. ceived from friends and noon to 6 p.m. card as a first
back to our community, Garrard said'classes will family. For more information responder *
this was my opportunity." be available for volunteers Blackmon was transport- call Bill Sharp at 386-963- from i
Chief Lawson encour- wishing to join the local ed to Shands UF .by 5213 or Kay Lenard at 352- Instructor -
ages volunteers to call 294- fire departments. AirMedicOne. Also re- 281-5180. Frank Garrard.


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Tbp Ranked Hilliard vs Lafayette High School

Hornets to open district play
The Lafayette High against Georgia power- ry, and have only allowed.
school Hornets varsity house, Charlton County, 12 completions through the
otball team opens district ', proved that Hilliard is an air in 51 attempts, while in-
lay tomorrow night at outstanding team and de- tercepting two passes, both
ale Walker Field. serves all the praise they by the outstanding Fresh-
The initial district oppo- are getting. But none-the- man Reid.
ent is a tough one. The less, the Hornets are com- Parker has only had to
billiard Flashes come to -ing into the contest outscor- punt three times thus far,
4ayo as the defending dis- .-" .. ing their first two oppo- but has been averaging a re-
4ict champions. Hilliard ...~ nents 90-7. spectable 35 yards per kick,
advanced to the regional fi- -"-.. E "". Morgan Rutherford is av- while Reid is providing the
lals last year before falling r t -- eraging 14.5 yards per carry return yardage on the punts
a very powerful and has scored 5 touch- with a return for a touch-
lountstown team 64-35, downs. down already to his credit.
fishing the season with a McIntyre is averaging 9.7 This is going to be a great
-3 mark. yards per carry with three ,game regardless of the out-
This year, the polls touchdowns to his credit, come. Both teams under-
laced the Flashes in a tie Hempstead has been im- stand how huge the results
r the number two state pressive throwing the ball of this contest will be not
4nking with North Florida sr, i -o h for 197 yards and three only for district standings,
hristian, and after week touchdowns, averaging but the impact to the state
ine following an impres- over 16 yards per comple- picture. Dale Walker Stadi-
live 35-6 win over Lake .. tion. um needs to not only be
Veir, moved to the top of Hempstead was sharp against Bell completing 7-8 passes for 96 yards. Another sharp effort will be The team offense has full, but loud in this game.
te rankings before a last required against state contender Hilliard tomorrow night. scored 8 touchdowns on It is time to defend the
second loss to West Nassau the ground, and three home turf against probably
7i-22 pushed them down a tions. choring what. could be one you that there is nobody in through the airways, while the most severe test, and
title. Hilliard enters the The quarterback position of the best front lines in this area that can compete the defense has been in- definitely the most impor-
ontest with a 1-2 mark. is in good hands with se- quite some time for the with the programs in Jack- credible limiting opponents tant, the Hornets will face
The Flashes head coach nior Daniel Thomas taking Flashes. sonville. Kickoff is slated rushing to 2 yards per car- all season.
tonald Walker believes that spot after the gradua- Also running out of the for 7:30 pm tomorrow night I
hat collectively, this is one tion of Whittenburg in fullback position, and pro- at the home field. Mayo
of the best groups of ath- 2004. Thomas is also an ex- viding the exceptional line- not only can compete with
etes that has played at ceptional free safety. backer play will be senior the teams in the Jack-
illiard considering the Coming out of the offen- Rodrick Alderman. sonville area, and even '
combined size, strength sive backfield once again If the.Hornets are looking though the test is severe, it
nd speed. for the flashes and playing to gain respect, they do not is one that this team can .
There are many folks to the strong safety is a very have to look any further handle, and a must win if
pe cautious of in this game talented senior, Dennis Al- than this game. The Hor- the Hornets are going to ..s '
it several key skill posi- derman. nets have had quite a bit of achieve their goal of the
ions. The offensive backs will success against this team district championship.
Even though only a be depending on the block- which includes a thrilling Even though the test is .
sophomore, one of the most ing up front of senior and. 28-24 win last year which tough, there, could be no.
walked about speedsters is experienced lineman gave the Flashes their only better time for the Hornets
ealph Bolden coming out Mitchell Johnson who district loss and only one of to tangle with the Flashes.
f the runningback and cor- stands 63" and brings 270 two losses last year. Momentum is on the side
Terback positions. pounds of brute strength to Hilliard may have underes- of Mayo. The Flashes have
Bolden will be joined in the opponents, playing timated Mayo last year, but dropped their last two
he backfield by fullback both sides of the ball. do not expect that this year. games against very good .In tough games, special teams can make a huge difference.
)avid Holliman, also a Senior Kenny Sims, a 6'2", The Flashes are still steam- opponents. A last second Michael Wimberley and Kyle Pearson led the charge here and have
sophomore, but very capa- 225 pound lineman, will ing. Hilliard is a Jack- loss to West Nassau and a done a great job of coverage early in the season. 'Field position
'le in tough yardage situa- join Mitchell up front an- sonville team that will tell very well played game will be huge in this game.

Hornets keep Rolling Hornets JV Football

Mayo 48 Indian Rocks 7 16-0 win in Bronson
The Hornets hosted Indi- aerial to wrap up the scor- Xtends steto 2
h Rocks at the home stadi- ing for the Hornets. Reid extend trek
m this past Friday night was also instrumental in the .. The Lafayette High able during the contest
pd once again only need secondary picking off a pass Schooljunior varsityteam collecting several Hornet
ne half to record their sec- for the Hornets and provid- traveled to Bronson in first downs. The only
nd win in as many outings ed great coverage the entire pursuit of their 27th win thing keeping the Hornets
Scoring 48 points enroute to game. in a row. A dominate per- out of the endzone was
48-7 win over the visitors. Sophomore quarterback formance by the young themselves with number-
Senior runningback Mor- Chad Hempstead turned in Hornets extended the win ous penalties during the
an Rutherford only carried another outstanding effort streak after a 16-0 tri- contest.
ie ball six times, but made going 5-12 for 101 yards and umph over the Eagles. The Hornets kept the
re most of his opportuni- two touchdowns. One of Cody Singletary and Eagles defense off balance
es gaining 76 yards and those completions found Antwan Brown provided with some key running
;ored three touchdowns, Thomas Parker for 16 yards. ,*, ., the scoring punch for the by quarterback Singletary
ne of those on a 36 yard One of the receivers that Hornets, both reaching and Blade Herring to con-
in. Hempstead found on three paydirt in the second and trol the game from start to
Sophomore Eric McIntyre occasions was Ryan Slay- third quarters to give the finish.
ct the call times, rushing ton for 63 yards, one of Hornets the only offense The only real threat by
)r 61 yards and two touch- those being from 14 yards .... needed for the win. Mayo the Eagles came in the fi-
owns. out for a touchdown. Slay- converted both PAT's nal quarter with a first-
Jamaal Reid scored a ton was also acknowledged .- with Brown reaching the and-goal from inside the
puchdown on a nice 32 by Coach Pearson for his endzone on a couple of five yard line. But just as
ard reception, with Ryan s tough runs.
layton grabbing a 14 yard SEE HORNETS, PAGE 2B Parker makes the grab and looks for more. Brown was unstop- SEE JV, PAGE 2B

Players of the Game

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cu h t e p s o 63 De, .. .. "r G

Offensive: Ryan Slayton
.. caught three passes for 63 Defensive: Aaron Gresham
ic Mclntyre has been doing a great job running the ball for the yards and a touchdown, and Lineman: The entire defensive and offensive line for a great job. recorded key sacks and tack-
!rnets this year. He makes it to the endzone here for one of his did a great job in the defen- les for losses for the Hor-
io touchdowns. sive secondary. nets.

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A look at the current top 16 teams in the

State Class 1A from the sportswriters angle
1)Fort Meade(1-2)The 2)NFC (1-2) Is there The defending district gional final. This team these days, but they are a to offer a threat ar'
defending state champs anybody in this class that champions will have a took the Fort Meade team definate for the playoffs Hawthorne is always
have lost to Hardee Coun- can stop Billy Sims. I do chance to avenge their into overtime last year. with Providence and first tough out. Jeffersc
ty and Avon Park. Hard- not think so. This is the only district loss in 2004 6)Port St Joe(2-1) A 25- year school Snyder the County always seems
ee County is a larger team to beat in this area to when they travel to Mayo 13 loss to Blountstown is opponents. NFC will raise their level of play f(
school that has won 35 reach the state finals, in a huge district con- not a bad loss at all. This have no problem, and UC district opponents howe'
games in a row, while 3)Hilliard(1-2) A last frontation. is the district 1 power- will probably be facing er.
Avon Park is a 3A school. second 27-22 loss to a 4)North Palm Beach (2- house that will wait for Father Lopez in the first 12)St Pete Northsic
Both games were very tough West Nassau team, 1) Stunned Glades Day in the district 2 runnerup. It round. I really do not buy Christian(1-2)This tea!
competitive and certainly and a very competitive week one 17-10. Not is not a matchup a team the fact that Lopez is the always seems to find
not losses that would re- game against Georgia much happening in this wants which is what third best team in the way to reach the playoff
move a team that has powerhouse Charlton region with a battle 'makes the district 2 cham- state. Their district favors there.
went to the state title County proves that this among district rivals Vero pionship and the 8)Vero Beach St Ed- as long as they are ni
game six consecutive team is outstanding and a Beach St. Edwards and Mayo/Hilliard game even wards(1-2) This team looking at the top spot.
years. threat to the state title. NPB for a final four berth, that much more impor- should be able to see NPB 13)Liberty County(
5)BelleGlades Day(l-l) tant. for a second time since 0)Looks as good as ar
JV Will have to knock off 7)University Christian there is none of the Miami team for the runner
Fort Meade in the second (1-1)It is not that the schools other than Bay spot in district one.
Continued From Page 1B Brown and Singletary did a round this year in the re- Christians are that potent Point that appear to be (14)St Augustine
great job of closing down much of a threat. Joe's(3-0) This should 1
the opening game against any threats to the corners. 9)Father Lopez (2- an interesting battle wit
Trenton, the Hornets came The defensive line play E 0)They say this team is Lopez for the district title
up with a huge defensive of Robert Collins, Boa- potent this year. We will St Joseph's has outscored
play with Singletary recov- right, Prevatt and Randall give them the benefit of their opponents 91-6 so fc
ering a fumble inside the Thompson kept the Eagles the doubt and rate them this year. It only tak(
one yard line. The Hornets from getting anything con- the best first round loser one win to reach the plar
would follow with a 75 sistent going all night ac- in the playoffs. offs. Winning the distri,
yard drive that although cording to Coach Blanken- y 10)Fort Myers Evangel is crucial however, othe,
did not reach paydirt, put ship. Chr.(1-0) They will proba- wise NFC will host tl
the nail in the coffin for the4 The win keeps the Hor- .r. bly have a great season runnerup team in the fir.
Hornets to prevail. A late nets perfect on the season only to have Fort Meade round.
fourth quarter interception and will attempt to secure as the opening round op- 15)Miami Bay Point (
by Sergio Perez pretty their 28th win in a row at ponent. 1)Looks to be the best b
much closed the door and home against Branford 11)Jefferson County (0- in a weak district 8. Th
secured the shutout. tonight. 1)We have to leave the team did take Glades
The runningbacks were The Bucs started off slow Tigers in the playoff hunt. the limit last year in tl
able to gain huge chunks of on the season, but have re- There are several severe playoffs before falling 6-
yardage behind the offen- ally improved, especially challengers to the defend- in a great game.
sive line blocking of Logan on the defensive side of the '.*' ing district one champi- 16)Miami Dade Chris
Lynch, Josh Prevatt, ball as witnessed by a 20-6 ons. The only problem is ian(-1)The remainder
Matthew Boatright, JD win in Bell in their last out- .' *; I. that this is district two the teams after Bay Poir
Richardson and Garth ing to even their mark at 1- Jamaal Reid has been doing a great job in the defensive sec- where Mayo and Trenton posted 2-6 records la,
Sherrill. 1 after an opening season ondary and returning punts. He has been a good target for Hemp- are rolling over their op- year. Dade Christia
Defensively, Herring 35-0 loss in Trenton. stead for huge yardage through the air. ponents early and appear looks like they may cha
was a force at the line- Kickoff is slated for 7pm lenge Bay Point, but NP
backer, position while at Dale Walker Field. will easily handle eithc
team in this district for th
S0 regional title.
2 Teams to Watch
...; r ,.In district 2, Mayo an
; ".,I- .Trenton have each started
out with undefeated
,.. " streaks with. May
: .. B- outscoring their first tw
it 4 .opponents 90-7, while
c i Trenton is just winning
behind the talents of Brar
don Mathis.Trenton tra"I
els to Hawthorne th
week, while Mayo will s(
4if they can duplicate the.
2004 win over highJ
ranked Hilliard. In distril
7, Pompano Beach Higih
lands Prep as gotten off
CENTER. a greaf start winning the
Singletary hands off to Brown for big yardage. These two Hornet 2 i first two games by a coc
athletes have been quite the offensive threats this year behind an bc bined margin of 68-1
improving offensive line. The young Hornets will be put to the ;; They will see this week
test tonight when Branford comes to town. The Bucs are a very Rutherford breaks loose again. The senior runningback is only averaging 14.5 yards a carry and they are real hosting
much improved defensive unit. has already scored five touchdowns in two games. Edwards.

Continued From Page 1B to 147 total yards, with only has to be an outstanditr
36 yards of that coming group of lineman, and tl
defensive play from the through the air on five com- Hornets certainly got the
safety position making key pletions after 22 attempts. fort up front for the Horne
tackles that helped limit a To provide this type of from the entire group.
very strong offensive unit offensive explosion, there On defense, Aaron G.
.-- r .- sham did a great job accord
"rr .ing head coach Joey Pea
son. Indian Rocks kept g
", ing to the shotgun, but Gr
sham was still able to recoj
a couple of sacks and four
-' his way into the backfield
c ,make several tackles f
S.The defensive line w
also impressive holding I
dian Rocks to 108 rushir
Rosalio connected on six of seven PAT attempts against Indian yards for three yards p
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Mumariejs from tlye 1ast.. 6. tk 4,A,46
Clayton Dees: Grammarian instant and next thing you and common sense dictated his tribe increase)
by: Darryl Wimberley knew he was right behind the preferred construction Awoke one night from a
I don't know what made your desk. I saw him break of, as an example, "She is deep dream of peace, Delores L. Walker
me think of Mr. Dees. I don't some chalk at the board on taller than I," over "She is And saw, within the Have you ever
had an experi-
get home as often as I'd like one occasion and catch the taller than me," when he moonlight in his room, ence in your life
and I rarely speak to any of limed fragments before they would notice the impercep- Making it rich, and like a that brings you
the thirty or so classmates could reach the tray beneath, tible nod of a head, the slight lily in bloom, face to face with
who over forty years ago sat I'd never seen a bowtie be- flutter of an eyelid inside An angel writing in a book life and death?
with me in Mr. Dees seventh fore Mr. Dees'. Quicker to that stifling hot classroom, of gold: This hap-
grade grammar class. I spec- put on, I imagine. It remind- "GET ALONG LITTLE DO- Exceeding peace had opened to me and '
ify "grammer" over litera- ed me of a hummingbird's GEY," Mr. Dees would ex- made Ben Adhem bold, my grand-
ture as it was grammar, wings, or maybe a mosquito plode and you'd jump so And to the Presence in the daughter Megan
specifically instruction re- hawk. He came from Day- fast your pants or your skirt room he said, Saturday after- ,
garding the structural analy- town. Daytown was for me a would stick to your seat. "what writest thou?" The noon when we
came so close to
sis of language, that was Mr. place as distant as Denmark. Mr. Dees was a religious Vision raised its head, beingranover
being ran over
Dees' focus and his forte. But we heard about a school man, very religious. I'm sure And with a look make of by a semi-truck.
Literature came a distant burned to ash and the next that a fair number of stu- all sweet accord We were shak-
second in Clayton Dees' thing you know our class dents hearing lectures re- Answered, "The names of en and more I snapped this photo outside Mayo on Friday
pedagogy, a plane of about doubled in size, a garding first and second per- those who love the Lord." than that we and called it God's smile". Thank you God .
thought not to be enter- small platoon of displaced son also got their exposure "And is mine one?" said know that God for smiling on Megan and me Saturday af-
tained before mastering the boys and girls bring in their to First and Second Kings Abou. "Nay, not so," placed an angel ternoon as we came so close to what could
conundrums of person, wake a pride of educators from Mr. Dees, the latter ed- Replied the Angel. Abou between us and have been a tragedy.
number, gender, case and the fierce and passionate ucation rendered at a Baptist spoke more low, the truck al-
syntax. We tore language to Reverend Cumbie, the elfin church binding the soul of a But cheerily still; and said, though neither
of us nor the people that saw this happen could see how
pieces in Mr. Dees' class and and brilliant Bobbie Lee shattered community. But "I pray three, then, an awful accident did not occur. The skid marks are clear-
you had to be able to name Murray, and of course the Mr. Dees was not the sort of Write me as one that loves ly visible in front of Mayo Methodist Church on the high-
the parts. A modern teacher eccentric, mercurial and ulti- scribeto make modern evan- his fellow-men." way traveling east.
would peek in horror at the mately endearing Clayton gelics comfortable. We were The Angel wrote, and van- Let me give you the details. We had just left Mayo
daily regimen required. But Dees. lucky in those years to have ished. The next night Town Park where our granddaughter Brookelyn was cel-
Mr. Dees had a way of He was an eccentric man. men like Mr. Dees and also It came again with a great ebrating her 5th birthday with a party. We were turning
breaking up the repetition, Take gradesfor instance, for Reverend Cumbie, men wakening light, left off U.S. 27 to stop at Mayo Post Office. Traffic was ap-
sometimes with humor, a man dedicated to teaching who, religious themselves, And showed the names preaching us so we were waiting until it was safe to turn.
sometimes with intimida- Mr. Dees was remarkably were not afraid of challenges whom love of God had We heard screeching sounds and both of us turned in the
tion. "Get along little dogies, capricious with regard to the to commonly held. faith, blessed, direction of the sound and saw the semi plowing into the
rear of my car. We had no where to go so I am convinced
get along," he'd bark in the evaluation of his students. commonly held beliefs. And, lo! Ben Adhem's hat God placed an angel in he to I was o mine d
that God placed an angel in the path. It was not mine and
middle of an. unaircondi- "Everybody gets a C first six Mr. Dees' challenge to or- name led all the rest! Megan's time to die, but it taught both of us how quickly
tioned excursion into the week," he announced on the thodoxy spanned the gap I began by.saying I didn't it could happen.
subtleties of Nominative and first day of class. "Telling from Grammar to Literature. know what it was that got As we parked at the Post Office someone who had
Objective Case, "For you're you now so you won't be not that Mr. Dees was any me thinking about Mr. Clay- watched what had happened asked if we were okay and
headed to the last roundup." disappointed. Get to know kind of activist. Nothing of ton Dees. But I guess the commented about the way the semi stopped so suddenly.
Mr. Dees never exactly you better you may im- the sort, he just thought you truth is that I and many, We said, "it was God who did it."
specified what the last prove..... may! Only thing I ought to have a few things in many other men and This is not the first time I have encountered trucks in
roundup was to be, but as require is that you pay atten- your head, a few things to women lucky enough to downtown Mayo that seem to think the speed limit is at
seventh graders newly ex- tion. Don't care how smart chew over. Our first expo- have passed his muster, can their discretion which usually means "wide open".
I won't apologize for my stand....semi-trucks need to
posed we were not eager to you are, or think you are, sure to that sort of cud came still hear our teacher singing, sow down not only on Main Street but everywhere they
find out. Hard to say what you don't pay attention you with memorization. Mr. that voice unleashed now travel. I go to our office in Branford at least three times a
put that fear into us; Mr. will not pass this class." That. Dees required every student from any restraint: week and I can tell you they SPEED, and if you don't get
Dees was not physically im- was about it. I never heard in his class to recite poems, Has you ever been lonely? out of the way they will push you out of the way!
posing and he was already, Mr. Dees chide a student for entire poems, the whole Has you ever been sad? Do I sound upset? Well, I am, and you would be too if
at least to seventh-grade doing badly at the board thing. Many of these recita- Has you ever been down, you had come that close to having a semi that never
eyes, ancient as a druid. He parsing verbs or diagram- tions, Longfellow's The Vil- down, down.. slowed down as he came under the red light in Mayo and
wore wire rimmed specta- ming sentences. On the oth- lage Blacksmith, say, were Down by the bayou? would have ran us over had not our God prevented it.
cles, as I recall. Slack skin on er hand I can't recall ever tailor-made to reinforce I'm a'comin, Lord I have heard other folks talk about the same thing hap-
a modest frame. Very good hearing him praise a student comfortable notions of life Wait and see. opening to them at the red light. Wll it take someone's
posture. He had a waddle as for doing well, either. With and liberty in Lafayette Mr. Clayton Dees taught I know ihat our law enforcers are doing the best they
'big as a turkey's and parted regard to grades he seemed County. But other works grammar and English Lit, can with the staff they have and cannot be everywhere at
his hair on a razor's edge. He utterly and indifferently de- were downright subversive, primarily. He started teach- once but there must be an answer to this dire problem.
had a limited wardrobe, you mocratic. He treated the C It would be interesting to ing in lumber camps when Maybe a truck route, detouring them around down-
always saw Mr. Dees in a students and D students see the reactions of present- he was eighteen and barely town Mayo is the answer. If that's not feasible surely a
pair of creased khaki slacks, with the same asperity and ly-serving School Board lettered himself, went on to lower speed limit that is strictly enforced would help save
cuffed. He always wore affection as those of us (not members to some of the po- teach at Daytown's wonder- a life...it could be yours.
long-sleeved white shirts many) gunning for- As and ems Mr. Dees assigned his ful school, was sent to
and starched and wrinkle Bs. "Did you ever get lone- malleable students.' Leigh Lafayette County High Libra ry C ard Sig n-Up
free, this is a climate that ly?" he'd sing that query to Hunt's lines return with spe- School when Daytown's
warped wood. an exasperated student. cial resonance in these pre- school burned to the M month 2005
He was always in a hurry. "Did you ever get sad?" sent days when various ground. Many cards in your wal- tion they need to help them
His gestures were quick and But God forbid you get faiths compete for claims to I.believe he remembered let promise reward but can make an informed decision
abrupt. His speech was.ren- distracted. Lord help the boy Truth with boasts or bombs. every name of every student cost you the world. Only about candidates for office
dered staccato, a grammar or girl who, succumbing to Mr. Dees must have been he ever taught. It would be a one card your library and issues of local, state
stripped to its narrative min- indolence, sickness, climate thinking way ahead of his shame now, for us to forget card can bring you the and national importance.
imum. He darted about the or inclination allowed their time when he required his Mr.'Dees' name, or to forget world. That's why it's Access to information has
room like a hummingbird. attention to wander. Mr. seventh-graders to commit his contribution to the edu- called "The Smartest never been more crucial to
.The man could be in perfect Dees would be in the middle Abou Ben Adhem to memo- cation and formation of hun- Card." the functioning of our de-
stasis at the blackboard one of explaining why grammar ry: Abou Ben Adhem (may dreds of students. September is Library mocratic society, and the li-
Card Sign-Up Month. What brary is the perfect place for
H o w to h e p better time to get a library making that information
St card? With school back in available to all people.
Sports session, students can use From health to history,
jth e vict* m sJ r their library cards to re- from food to fundraising,
the victim s of update at search their papers or find whether it's online or in
a title for their next book re- print, you can find it at
H u ri an K a T ri port. It's no wonder that your library. And a library
SRot ary studies show that children card will get you there. Vis-
H ur cea i '"A ] Coach Joey who are read to in the it your library and sign up
Congressman Allen Boyd tors and bulldozers, are Pearson gave home and who use the li- for one today. It's your tick-
(D-North Florida) provided urged to contact the football updates brary perform better in et to a world of opportunity
the following information for Lafayette County Emer- to a room filled school and are more likely and no doubt the smartest
those who want to make do- agency Management Office to with sports fans to continue to use the li- card you'll ever own.
nations or volunteer their, help with relief efforts along at the weekly brary as a source of lifetime Stephen J. Herd
time and services toward the Gulf Coast.. Rotary meeting. learning. Regional Library Director
Hurricane Katrina relief ef- "Many Floridians have In this election season, Three Rivers Regional Li-
forts. contacted my office asking voters can find the informa- brary System
Those who wish to make for information on how to
donations are encouraged to help the victims of Hurricane S edool J s
contact the American Red Katrina," said Congressman
Cross at 1-800-HELP NOW Boyd. "The American Red
(435-7669) or visit their web- Cross and your local Emer- M SS N G- September 19-23, 2005
site at http://www.red- agency Management Office
cross.org/. A complete list of are both good places to start 10 Month old Mate Black Lab Mon Tues. e Thurs. Fri.
organizations recommended if you want to offer help or Approx. 45 Ibs, neutered. 19th 20th 21st 22nd 23rd
by the Federal Emergency need information. At this Missing since Sept. 11,2005 Breakfast 3u es Jaos ce Mk Cras e Grs,
Management Agency time, local, state and federal from River Road, Try this amazing JCrackers Mik Crakjers
(FEMA) as legitimate organi- organizations are respond- Anderson Spring Area in 19-fruit blend from the Lunch Hamburger Chicken & Hamburger Taco w/Shell, Chicken
nations collecting donations ing to what is certainly one of Suwannee County. Amazon rainforest Eem. TaterTots, Turnips Greeas, Cheese, Lettuce,
for Hurricane Katrina relief the largest disaster response Please call (386) 658-1112 School Leuce Cornbread Pls, hs
Dill Chips, Peaches, Coen, French Fres,
efforts can be found at Con- efforts in our nation's histo- leave message. MonaVie ladPinepe, Milk Applesauce Orang Halves,
gressman's Boyd website, ry. I commend the residents No questions asked. | Call (386) 776-21251 M lkh spaghetti PiM (Tossed Chicken& TacowlShell
www.house.gov / boyd of North Florida for stepping Dog's name is Mojo. Leave Message Hieheli aee Salad w turkey & Noodles (l (chicken
TtrTos, Green Beans, S Cabbage, Cur, Tomato, Corn,
oyd> the victims of Hurricane Kat- YARD SALE, VEHICLES Leuce Rolls Baked Potato, Cornbread, Pears,
The residents of Lafayette rina." TomatOR UNWANTED ITEMS IN o Appesauce SicePeah, Apple,
County who wish to volun- Lafayette County Emer- THE CLASSIFIEDS Appls. Puddingik Potato adding, Milk
teer their time and services, agency Management Office \ .-- FOR ONLY $5. -
such as medical profession- P.O. Box 344 Call Kathy Sasser Y Sponsored By Crofts Thrift-Way
als, and those who have use- Mayo, Florida 32066-0344 (386)294-1210 IAt CIpHARMA Hwy 27 g
ful equipment, such as trac- Phone: 386-294-1950 to place your ad today. a 294-3500 "W 294-1165 |
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Mayo Legals Mayo Legals The Lafayette County Commission will hold a The Lafayette County Commission will hold a
public hearing to consider the following pro- public hearing to consider the proposed road
PUBLIC MEETING posed Resolutions for the 2005-06 Special closing listed below. The hearing will be held
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN AGENDA Assessments. The Public Hearing will be on on Monday, September 26, 2005 at 6 p.m.The
TO W M IT MY C ERN LAFAYETTE COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD Monday, September 26, 2005 at 6 p.m. during hearing will be held in the Commissioners Reporter's note: The Mayo (Failure to appear) open
Please take notice that the Three Rivers Re- REGULAR MEETING, SEPTEMBER 20, a regular meeting. The meeting will be held on meeting room on the second floor of the
gional Library Board will hold a Called Board 2005 the second floor of the Courthouse in the Courthouse in Mayo, Florida. Free Press prints the entire container alcohol/posses-
Meeting on Friday, September 23, 2005, at 3
Meeting on Friday e Reguar School Board mating, September Commissioners.Room in Mayo, Florida. By Orderoarrest record as received. If sion of cannabis / posses-
p.m. at the Three Rivers Regional Library Sys- 05 in the School Board Administration By Order of:
20, 2005 in the School Board Administration By Order of: Curtis O. Hamlin your name appears here and sion drug paraphernalia.
SHeadquarters, in Mayo Florida. Building beginning at 10 a.m. Curtis Hamlin, Chairman Chairman name here and sion drug
All interested persons are invited to attend and Lafayette County Commission you are later found not guilty Arresting officer Deputy
be heard. Please be advised, that if a person I. Call to Order All members of the public are welcome to at- Deputy
decides to appeal any decision made by the tend. Notice is further hereby given, pursuant PETITION or the charges are dropped, Scott Hamlin.
Board with respect to any matter considered II. Approval of Minutes to Florida Statutes 286.0105, that any person COMES NOW the undersigned pursuant to we will be happy to make note Sept. 10- Jason Ritten-
at such hearing, that person will need a record or persons deciding to appeal any matter con- the provisions of Florida Statute 336.09 and o
of the proceedings and that, for such pr- Ill. Recognitions/Presentations sidered at this public hearing will need a petitions the Board of County Commissioners of this in the newspaper when house, 26, PO Box 474,
pose, he/she may need to ensure that a ver- A. student of the Month record of the hearing and may need to ensure for Lafayette County, Florida to vacate, aban- judicial roof is resented to DeLeon Springs, Fl
batim record of the proceedings is made, that a verbatim record of the proceeding is don, discontinue and close the following road judicial prf
which record includes the testimony and evi- IV. Citizen Input made which record includes the testimony and to wit: us by you or the authorities. Charged with possession
dence upon which the appeal is to be based. evidence upon which the appeal is to be
denc upon which the appeal iV. Consent Items based. That certain road running East and West and Sept. 7- Jesse Wayne controlled substance with-
Person with disabilities requesting reason- A. Personnel: (1) Recommendations Instruc- lying between the SW 1/4 of Block 3, NW Day Land, 46, 527 E. US 27, in 1000 ftof school/ posses-
able accommodations to participate in this tional, Non-Instructional, Substitute Workers RESOLUTION NO. 2005-9-2-2 and the NE 1/4 of Block 3, in SW Day. Per platsch
pe proceedings should contact (38) 2 0 (2) Approve requests lor "illness in the line of as recorded in PB A.P. 14, Public Records for Mayo. Charged with theft. sion of drug parapherna-
(Vrocee & T ) or via Florida Relay Service at duty leave WHEREAS, THE BOARD OF COUNTY COM- Lafayette County, Florida. Lying and being in Arresting off r Dy la/ul ue of
(Voice 800 TDD) or via Florida Relay Service at (3) Approve request for maternity leave MISSIONERS OF LAFAYETTE COUNTY, Section 26, Township 3 South, Range 10 East, Arresting officer Deputy lia/unlawful use of police
9/15-1-D (4) Approve request for personal leave without FLORIDA, deem it to be in the beSt interests Lafayette County, Florida. Mike McCray. communications. Arrest-
pay of the people of Lafayette County, Florida, to Mike McCray. communications. Arrest-
B. Approve Success for All 2005-06 Reading continue the same schedule for special as- In support of this petition the undersigned al- Sept. 7- Edward ing officer Deputy Scott
LEGAL NOTICE Renewal Contract 'sessment as provided for in section 6.4 of Or- leges that said road affects only the property homas, 4, PO Box 445, Hamlin.
C. Approve updated list of School Advisory finance No. 86-2, and, amended by Resolu- f the undersigned. PO Box 445, Hamin.
The Suwannee River Economic Council, Inc. Could members for LES and LHS for the tion in Book 18, page 780 and,. Charged with VOP Sept. 11- Gabriel Zuni-
Board of Directors will hold a meeting of the 2005-2006 school year on n Book 18, page 780 and, Mayo. Charged ith VOP Sept. 11- Gabriel Zuni-
Board of Directors on Monday, September D. Approve fundraising activities requests sub- WHEREAS, the Board has advised that this 9/8-9/15-2-D (felony driving while li- ga, 29, PO Box 523, Mayo,
26, 2005, 7:00 P.M. at the Quality Inn & Con- mitted by 6th Grade, PTA and LHS Baseball Resolution would be bound by the Board and,uspended).
ference Center in Lake City, Florida. Booster Club cense suspended). Arrest- Fl. Charged with no valid
09/15 E. Approve Linda Herring to transport students WHEREAS the Board of County Commia- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFTHE
to FFA eventsactivities for the 2005-06 school sooner of Lafayette Cunty deem it to be in 3RD UDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR ing officer Sgt. Alan Ellis. driver license. Arresting
AGENDA year thebest interest of the County to continue the LAFAYETTE COUNTY, FLORIDA Sept. 10- Andrew S. Cas- officer Deputy Geoff
LAFAYETTE COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD F. Approve requests for the following students special Assessment, for Solid Waste and, CASE NO.: 05-95CA
WORKSHOP, SEPTEMBER 20,2005 to. attend school in Lafayette County for the Special Assessment, forSoidWaste and,saro, 22, 919 North Pine St., Condy. Released on $500
2005-06 school year: Adrienne Barwick, WHEREAS, the Board will use the funding for JASON HARRIS, Deland F.. Charged with cash bond
School Board Workshop, September20, 2005 Richardson, Emry Fair, I Casiu Solid Waste Operational, and Closure costs. Delad
in the School Board Administration Building Rossin Jr., Tar Anne Byrd, Haley Lamphar, Petoner,
beginning at 9 a.m. Dewayne Combs THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the
G. Approve the following students to attend Special Assessment for the Fiscal Year 2005- and
School Board Workshop to discuss the follow- school in Suwannee Countyo t 00 0 is cni for the 5-06 0s cid as follows: C
ing: school year: Tyler James Chaney, Jayce BETTY ANN HARRIS,
(1) Fuel Costs Mosley 1. For the Incorporated and Unincorporated
(2) Construction Projects areas of Lafayette County, Florida, for plan- Respondent. C lu b m e e tin g
(3)Food Service Acti ool Health Repnng, monitoring and engineering the fee per
(4) Other Concerns A. Approve School Health Report for 2004-05 household is continued at $33.00 for fiscal NOTICE OF ACTION FOR
9/15-1-D B. Approve School Health Advisory Council year 2005-06. DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
members 2. For the incorporated areas only, the Op- The Branford Camera We hope you'll join us!!!
C. Approve Report No. 2006-13, a Repo rational cost hall be $42.00 per household TO: BETTY ANN HARRIS fi T Ban a a
.'-.,- Significant Findings and Financial Trertls in 2005-2006. LAST ADDRESS: UNKNOWN Club ill hold the first The Branford Camera
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFTHE Audits of District School Boards for the Fiscal for 2005eeting o-2006.f thLAST nw pro-DDRESS: Club meets every 3rd
THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR Year Ended June 30, 2004 PASSED AND ADOPTED in regular seon YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action has been meeting of the new pro- Club meets every 3rd
S LAFAYETTE COUNTY, FLORIDA D. Approve payment of 2005-06 FSLRS/FEN his 26th day of Setember, 2005. filed against you and you are required to serve gram year n Thursday, Thursday at the time and
S'CIVIL ACTION Membership Dues a copy of your written defenses, if any, to it on Th a e t
CASE NO.: 05-102-CA E Approve trips: (1) Supt. Ward to attend JASON HARRIS, whose address is 125 SE September 15. The meet- place shown above ... ex-
DIVISION: SERVE Forum on School Improvement No- RESOLUTION NO. 2005-9-2-1 MALTESE ROAD, MAYO, FL, 32066 on or be-ill be held at the t forDecember. The
vember 7-9, 2005 in Savannah, GA; (2) HOSA fore October 14, 2005, and file the original
WASHINGTON MUTUAL BANK F/K/A State Convention, April 6-9. 2006, Daytona A RESOLUTION TO CONTINUE THE SPE-, with the clerk of this Court at P 0. Box 88, Branford Public Library December meeting time is
WASHINGTON MUTUAL BAND, FA, Beach, FL; (3) Youth Crime Watch Confer- IAL ASSESSMENT FOR E.M.S. AS PRO- Mayo, FL, 32066 before service on Petitioner t a r r
Plaintiff, ence, November 15-17, 2005 in Orlando, FL VIDED FOR IN LAFAYETTE COUNTY ORDI- or immediately thereafter. If you fall to do so, and will start at 7:30 PM. set at our November
Plaintiff, (Lucie Gresham, Becky Sharpe, Gerald Pow- NANCENO.86-1. a default may be entered against you for Tommy Harrell, a profes- meeting to accommodate
Users, and approximately 6 students to attend); the relief demanded In the petition.
vs. (4) Mary Anne McCray to attend National WHEREAS, THE BOARD OF COUNTY COM- sional photographer and members' Christmas ac-
** Homeless Conference in Kansas City, Mis- MIccInNFRS nr lAFAYETTE COUNTY Copies of all court documents in this case, 4.--,,, *., tivi .e I thi pac<- Ao
THE UNKNOWN HEIRS, DEVISEES, souri, October 21-25, 2005 (Expenses to be MISSIONERS OF LAFAYETTE COUNTY, in o orders are alale a the er long-time instructor of tivities. In the ast, the
GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, LIENORS, paid by Fla. Homeless Demonstration Project) the people of Lafayette County, Florida, to of the Circuit Court's office. You may re- photography at the Live December meeting has
CREDITORS, TRUSTEES, OR OTHER F. Approve Five-Year Facilities Work Program continue the rate of schedule for Special As- view these documents upon request.
S CLAIMANTS CLAIMING BYTHROUGH, UN- G. Approve 2005-06 School Improvement sessment as provided for in Sect6ion .4 of Or- Oak VoTech, will provide usually been held on the
DER, SUEYOUNG, DECEASED, et al, Plansand District Improvement Plan finance No.86-, and amended by Resolution ou must keep the Clerk of the rcu2nd Thursday.
H. Approve bills for payment in Book 18, page 779 and Court's office notified of your current ad- us with an "Introduction 2nd Thursday.
SDefendant(s). I. Approve budget amendments dress. (You may file Notice of current Ad- to Digital Photography." If you have any ques-
N "IWHEREAS, THE BOARD has advised that dress, Florida Supreme Court Approved
NOTICE OF ACTION VII. Items for Information is Reolution would be bound by the Board, Family Law form 12.915.) Future papers In (He's shared some of his tions or need more infor-
A. Transportation Report and this lawsuit will be mailed to the address pictures with us in the mation about the Bran-
TO: THE UNKNOWN HEIRS, DEVISEES, Principal's Monthly Financial Report on In- and on record at the clerk's office pictures ith us in the mation about the ran
GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, LIENORS, lernal Funds WHEREAS, the Board of County Commis- past, and they are great!) ford Camera Club, please
CREDITORS, TRUSTEES, OR OTHER C. Purchase Orders sionerWARNING: Rule 12.286, Florida Family
S CLAIMANTS CLAIMING BYTHROUGH, UN- D. Financial Statement enter te county he aw Rules of Procedure, requires certain Our meeting will also contact one of the follow-
DEs, SUE YOUNG, DECEASED. the best interests of the county to continue the
DERANY PERSON WHO DECIDES TO APPEAL assessment for Emergency Medicaland n- include our usual time of ing members:
ANY PERSON WHO DECIDES TO A services, and formation. Failure to comply can result in
LAST KNOWNADDRESS: UNKNOWN ANY DECISION MADE BY THE BOARD vi d sanctions, including dismissal or striking sharing recent pho-
WITH RESPECT TO ANY MATTER CONSID- WHEREAS the amount is necessary to oper- of pleadings.
CURRENT ADDRESS: UNKNOWN ERED AT SUCH MEETING WILL NEED A atee t ce e tograhs photographic Carolyn Hogue, Pro-
WTHRECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS, AND ate he Advance Life Support Servicei e agsphs, photographic Carolyn Hogue, Pro-05.
ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES TTOR SU H PUROEED Unincorporated and Incorporated areas of DATED:Augut 19,2005. experiences, and the com- gram Chair, 386-935-2044
AGAINST THE HEREIN NAMED INDIVID- RECORD OF E PROCEEDINGS IS MADE WHEREAS, the Board will use the funding to CLERKyou have nical Consultant, 386-935-
UAL DEFENDANT(S) WHO ARE NOT WHICH RECORD INCLUDES THE TESTI- operate the Advance Life Support Service. Bys/Hnah. Owens thusiasts. If you have nical Consultant, 386-935-
KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR ALIVE, MONEY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH THE Deputy Clerk questions about these of 0340
CLAIM AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES, 9/15-1-D Special Assessment fee for Fiscal Year 2005- your camera, bring it withBryant, Technical
HEIRS, WHETHER SAID UNKNOWN PAR- your camera, bring it with Dick Bryant, Technical
TIES MAY CLAIM AN INTEREST AS 06 is to continue at $100 per year, per house- you, along with the manu- Consultant, 386-935-1977
OR OTHER CLAIMANTS. PUBLIC NOTICE al. There will probably be Dick Madden, Technical
PASSED AND ADOPTED IN REGULAR SES- someone who can help! Consultant, 386-935-0296
LAST KNOW ADDRESS: UNKNOWN This is to inform you that Lafayette County will SION THIS 26TH DAY OF SEPTEMBER,
S. : hbld'a prebid cohfererice and walk-ihrough for 2005.
''"'CURRENT ADDRESSY UNKNOWN ". '"'the rehabilitation oftfive (5) single family
dwellings in the Lafayette County SHIP pro- BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to fore- gram. LAFAYETTE COUNTY, FLORIDA
close a mortgage on the following property in
LAFAYETTE County, Florida: This meeting will be held Thursday, Septem- CURTIS 0. HAMLIN, CHAIRMAN C 0 5
ber 22, 2005 beginning at 9 a.m.at Suwannee LU O ON
LOT 9, BLOCK A, MAGNOLIA SUBDIVISION, River Economic Council, Inc. Outreach office, Attest:
ACCORDING TO THE LAT THEREOF Highway 27 North, Mayo, Florida RickyLyons,Clerk CTA
THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF LAFAYETTE The conference and walk-through is mandato- E WI- -DOAR DOIrW IF O IEES L BE 4 ARO k 7
COUNTY, FLORIDA. ry, no exceptions, for contractors who plan to LEGAL NOTICE WILL DO A RANDOM DRAWN FOR E AGE D O THE AG
bid. Suwannee River Economic Council, Inc. "r01W ,- YErOFAOE. ONE UGIR LL BE DI AWRN O M
has been filed against you and you are re- requires each contractor to be properly li- There will be a contractors meeting held on THROUGH9,AND IW I* i Lbm U I
quired to serve a copy of your written defans- censed, carry general liability insurance of at Wednesday, September 21, 2005 beginning at Ef mf .lArfLITIE fflMS pI MER DA REPRESEhATlW W L BE
es within 30 days after the first publication, if least $1,000,000.00 and workers compensa- 9:00 a.m. in the conference room at Suwan- AGE 1VS M I OIt IRL No ITT l WI L E
any, on Echevarria, Codilis & Stawiarski, lion. nee River Economic Council, Inc. Administra- Dl IW HAMES FMoRp YE M S REPRESEN AV THE M WING WSI BE HEML
Plaintiffs attorney, whose address .is 9119 tion Building, 1'171 Nobles Ferry Road, Build- I O AC ROM THE
Corporate Lake Drive, Suite 300, Tampa, Bids for these units will be due by 12 noon ing #2, Live Oak. This meeting is mandatory 00CTOBER1" M05 A1 0( 0 ATTi O TI I I
Florida 33634, and file .the original with this Thursday, September 29, 2005 at Suwannee for all contractors interested in doing contract AT 1 Iwuam
Court either before service on Plaintiffs attor- River Economic Council, Inc. Outreach Office, work with the Home Repair Programs for HORNETWAH.
ney or immediately thereafter, otherwise a de- Highway 27 North, Mayo, Florida 32066. SREC, Inc. There will be no exceptions.
fault will be entered against you for the relief Please mark envelope "Sealed Bid for Name
demanded in the Complaint or petition, of Homeowner, SHIP." Bids to be opened All contractors should bring proof of Insur- IISISIT lE I ITI R ISTEI EA UDIN I LV
Thursday, September 29, 2005 at 1 p.m. ances (liability and workman's comp), cur- S E A C BY A RANDOM
WITNESS my hand and the seal of this Court rent state/county license, and proof of In- AUL NTERES D APPlCA SAN EUAL POIIB C B A A DO
on this 8th day of September, 2005. The cost of repairs shall not exceed corporation If applicable. AMGS MLE PIONEER DAYP REPRESENTATIVE WINNERS WILL
Ricky Lyons $30,000.00. 09/15
Clerk of the Court Suwannee River Economic Council,, Inc. has NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING CEWE A BANN AND A BE IU IaFUL tOW TO KEEP FURTHER VE OWN .. S
By: Hannah C. Owens the right to reject any and all bids.The bids willG III
As Deputy Clerk be awarded on the most cost effective basis. The District Board of Trustees of North Florida
9/15-9/22-2-DLafayette County s a fair housing nd equal Community College will hold its regular
opportunity and ADA employer. Minority and monthly meeting Tuesday, Septeber 20, O E D A REPE OF P
Women Contractors are urged to participate. 2005 at 5:30 p.m. in the La Chateau de IF YU AR SELECTED REPRESITA 11E OF "UTILE MIS YZIKI L R A W? ldll
9/15-1-D Lafayette, Bloxham & Fletcher Streets, Hwy. M-rMPLY g O
S51, Mayo, FL. A copy of the agenda may be MUST C BPLYTOI Il.SOWING IBE NB
obtained by writing: NFCC, Office of the Pres-
ident, 1000 Turner Davis Dr., Madison, FL
vancement, 850-973-1653. NFCC is an equal aOMMs a lll) ORl PRIVATE RQIOOL IN LAFAETTE COUNTY.
a cce ss/eq ual o ppo rtun ity em player. H lF a IsJa T O WaRwe l AkJo w eORAL R AWER OPA
J. W. Hill and Associates, a well known Real Estate ;. REPRSEEN GI AFAYEITECOUWITYAS'IIIT MISSPIONEERDAY"
agency in Live Oak, has now opened new doors. J. .. RWUWINEROFILE I E MYOT
Hill has a new office in Lake City Florida at 219 SE THANKYWtFORYOURINTERESTANDPAKCIPATION0
Baya Ave. This office features all the technology that
large cooperationis have to offer but with the small., MISTAMnMOWREY U ffUO R W S IS SPONSORED
' hometown feeling and character that only a true "UtE MIISSPIONEERDAYCOORDINATOR BY; PRECAST SYSTEMS, INC O0F
Southerner could offer. gy
Amy Reid, who has been a member of J. W. Hill's OWNERS: 3ERAND TAMMY NOWREY
staff for three years, is the Lake City office branch
manager. Amy has two goals in life, serve her PLEASE1L.A4L YOURWAPPL C4TIONBYSEP IBER 25sTO:
* customers with a smile and make sure that everything Amy Reid LiN.E MSS PIONEiRDAY 2005
they need for their Real Estate transaction runs C/o MRS. TAMMY NOWREY
smoothly. Amy is an expert at making sure that this BOX1355
happens. Y FL 32066
Joining the Real Estate staff at J. W. Hill in Lake
City is Linda Rucker. Linda, a newly licensed Real iIIv f^
Estate agent, is getting the job done! She came to J. 205 u I m l vi
W. Hill after working as a mortgage broker, so she NAME: '
knows the ins and outs of all the deals she settles, ADBTHDRES__________ ____r__:_
even down to the last penny. She is doing a wonderful
job keeping up with everything too!
Make sure that you stop by our new office in Lake PARENTORGUARDIAINSSITURIE:____
City located at 219 SE Baya Ave, or give them a call s -,
at (386) 758-8300. Let them show you what Real TELLUSAOUT YOURSELF(HOBIITE STFUITUNRr. .,:I
Linda Rucker Estate done right looks like! 196448DH-F C



Prepare now to purify Disease and Logistics 49th Annual

your own safe drinking biggest obstacle for Suwannee River

water before the next Auxiliary participation Riding Club Rodeo

hurricane Coast Guard calls for for both Typhus and
auxiliary volunteers who Tetanus before venturing Scaff's and S&S presents Rodeo Fun of the Days not
Pen-sized purifier is a con- we see life-saving applica- are physically and mental- in to .the area," continued the 49th Annual Suwannee so gone by! Bring the kids
venient and cost-effective al- tions for people at home as ,River Riding Club Rodeo and enjoy the parade' in
temative to stockpiling bot- well." Maiden went on to ly capable to volunteer. Vas. "Raw sewage, oil that will be September 30th downtown Branford Flori-
tled water (Orlando) Asres- add: "A boil water advisory The Coast Guard has sent a garbage and all sorts of ma- & October 1st at the Bran- da. If you wish to join in
idents in the U.S. face yet an- can be issued for several preliminary request for rine life, that is not human ford Arena located on Hwy the parade just stop by at 4
other active hurricane sea- weeks and even months, volunteers from the Auxil- hospitable also are in the 129 North. The gates open PM at the Branford High
son, disaster preparedness is SteriPEN (TM) eliminates iary nationwide to partici- area." at 7 PM and the Rodeo will School Football Stadium.
a pressing concern for mil- the need to stockpile bottled pate in Hurricane Katrina. In other developments, begin each evening at 8 The parade will begin at
lions of families along the water." Notices are now working the Coast Guard has just 'PM. 5 PM
Atlantic and Gulf coasts. Of- SteriPEN (TM) is a chemi- their way throughout the dispatched the Coast Don't forget a prize will The Theme this year is:
ten these deadly storms cal-free, compact method for Auxiliary communication Guard Cutter Spencer, a be given away to the BEST THE OLD WEST
leave even the least impact- water purification. Field test- chain, asking those Auxil- 270-foot medium en- WESTERN Dressed, Little The BEST Dressed COW-
ed areas with contaminated ed around the world inwhoarephysically durance cutter based in Cowpoke each' night of the BOY or COWGIRL contest
water supplies, and a new places such as Gambia, along ia sRodeo, the Calf Scramble will win $25
product is eliminating the the Appalachian Trail, and and mentally capable to Boston, currently pa- and the Jr. Barrels for the The Most ORfGINAL
need to stockpile gallons of on Mount Everest, SteriPEN volunteer for what is ex- trolling m the Caribbean. kids to participate in. The OLD WEST FLOAT contest
expensive bottled water. (TM) purifies water using pected to be several weeks The Spenser will act as a new SRRC 2005 Rodeo will win $50
SteriPEN (TM) a small tool UV light to kill 99.99% of wa- of "arduous clean-up" ef- Command and Control Queen will be crowned If you are interested in
that combats, the perils of terborne bacteria, viruses forts. Platform, with extensive during intermission on Sat- participating in the parade
contaminated drinking wa- and protozoa. The same Relief officials need more communications gear onf urday night. please contact Missy @ 386-
ter is a smart, safe and cost- technology has been used for time to plan for the arrival board, and a operational Come join the Fun and 935.3299. We will need the
saving addition to every hur- more than 60 years to purify of large number of res- helo deck, capable of land- Step back into the Old West following information:
ricane preparedness kit. municipal, medical and bot- cuers; Auxiliarists includ- ing and refueling Coast
This compact gadget, tled water supplies.
ed. What is causing trouble Guard helicopters. -r L i ^1 ^
weighing a mere 8 ounces, SteriPEN (TM) adapts this ed, W is ca g t e G d helicopters.
runs on four AA batteries large-scale technology into a is the lack of available re- Meanwhile, Auxiliarists gtl S
and proves to be a cost-con- hand-held, battery-powered sources in' which to sup- are manning mobile VHF
scious alternative to buying and travel-friendly form for port our members in the radio stations along the Al- R realty
bottled water. purifying personal quanti- field", said Commodore abama coast, to ensure
SteriPEN's long-life UV ties of water anywhere. Jim Vass of the Eighth complete VHF marine cov-' of North Florida, Inc.
bulb lasts 5,000 doses of 32 The way it works is sim- Coast Guard Auxiliary Dis- erage, as well as providing
ounce water treatments the ple. Users must first turn trict, Coastal Region. aerial over flights of the
equivalent of 1,250 gallons of SteriPEN (TM) on, then sub- "There is no gasoline, area. Why go out of town for your real estate needs,
drinking water. Factoring in merge the lamp end in any communications are limit- The United States Coast when the very best representation and customer
$15 dollars for rechargeable container of clear water, and
batteries aong with the cost stir. One dose of UV light ed at best, no place to bed Guard Auxiliary is corn- service are right here at home Here's what our
of a SteriPEN "; te average purifies 16 ounces of water and feed our members and posed of uniformed, non- customers are saying about Lighthouse Realty...
cost of drinking water is now in less than a minute, and it a lack of sanitation." said military volunteer's who "I was very surprised how quickly my house sold... Everyone was
reduced to 13 cents per gal- can sterilize up to 32 ounces Vass. Auxiliarists will need assist the Coast Guard in very professional. I would definitely recommend Lighthouse Realty
lon! in just 90 seconds. And its ef- to be patient until the fed- all of its varied missions, to family & friends... Thanks for making our dream come true..."
"We felt it extremely im- fectiveness is heralded by ex- eral agencies at the scene .except for military and di- "You went out of your way to help us in
obtaining our property. You were helpful
portant to endorse the effec- perts across the country. "At are able to provide the nec- rect law enforcement. and informative and always there when a
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This will be the second Bib- its faculty noted spiritual disci- formation at Midwestern Bap- Church," and "Simplify Your Christian spirituality at South-
lical Spirituality Conference plines scholar Donald S. Whit- tist Theological Seminary since Spiritual Life." ern Seminary and also will de-
Southside Baptist Church of ney to teach in a new profes- 1995, is the author of several Whitney will serve as associ- velop Ph.D. and doctor of min-
Live Oak has had with Dr. sorship of biblical spirituality books on Christian spirituality ate professor of biblical spiritu- istry programs in Christian
Whitney, and church is looking and to pioneer a doctoral pro- and spiritual disciplines, in- ality and director of the semi- spirituality and the spiritual
forward to having him back. gram in Christian spirituality. eluding "Spiritual Disciplines nary's supervised ministry ex- disciplines, said Russell D.
"This conference did more to Whitney, who has served as for the Christian Life," "Spiri- perience. He will be in charge Moore, dean of Southern's
help our people than any con- associate professor of spiritual tual Disciplines Within the of assembling a curriculum for School of Theology. Whitney's
ference we have experienced
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NFCC Fine Arts Auditorium on members may have or will be Class of 1986 plans 20-year students in Suwannee, Hamil-
the Madison campus; bonus requesting donations of prod- reunion ton or Lafayette Counties may
discount for taking both class- ucts, crafts or skills for fund- Suwannee High School enroll in either or both pro-
es; Info/registration: 850-973- raiser event, please be gener- Class of 1986; 20-year reunion; grams; 4-H program began
9453 or www.nfcc.edu. ous; Info: Jim or Kathy Hizer at plan to meet at 10 a.m., Satur- Sept. 1; Info: FFA: middle
Deadline Sept. 29 386-755-3155. day, Oct. 1, at Suwannee River school or high school agricul-
Oct. 12-14 Tickets available now! Regional Library, Live Oak. ture teacher/FFA advisor. In
Florida Farm Bureau Community Concerts of Info: Angela Hunter Mandrell, Suwannee County, contact Sta-
SFederation will hold its an- Lake City begins ticket sales Mandr003@bellsouth.net., cy Young or Keith Wynn at
nual meeting in Orlando for upcoming season Catrena Francis, VanessaFran- Suwannee High School, or
Florida Farm Bureau Federa- Community Concerts of cis@msn.com as soon as possi- Lindsey Land at Suwannee
tion will hold its annual meet- Lake City begins ticket sales ble. Middle School. In Hamilton
ing, Wednesday-Friday, Oct. for the upcoming season. Typi- Now until Oct. 21 County, contact Randi Randell.
V' 12-14, at Coronado Springs cal performances include jazz, Florida Division of In Lafayette County, contact
Resort; deadline Sept. 29 for swing, often Broadway per- Forestry will hold a sign-up Mary Ward or Emily Land or
$89 early registration or $95 former. For details and/or for 4-H: Suwannee County, Jason
late registration; Info: Laura tickets, contact Herman enrollment in the Forest Chandler, 386-362-2771;
Williams at 352-378-8100, ext. Gunter, 386-362-7101 or Joan Land Recovery Program Hamilton County, Greg Hicks,
1071; hotel reservations, 407- Radford, 386-364-4923. The Florida Department of 386-792-1276; and Lafayette
939-1020. Now until Sept. 18 Agriculture and Consumer Ser- County, Chris Vann, 386-294-
Deadline Sept. 19 Florida Museum, vices, Division of Forestry will 1279.
Oct. 18-20 Gainesville displays photog- hold a sign-up for enrollment in Deadline Nov. 4
Tri-State Hay Contest will raphy exhibit on Ordway the Forest Land Recovery Pro- Call for crafts persons,.
be held at the Sunbelt Preserve gram (FLRP) from July 22 artists-SFCC Holiday
Agriculture Exposition, The Florida Museum of Nat- through Oct. 21. Statewide $6 Crafts Faire
CALENDAR OF ment and driver's license laws Moultrie, Ga. ural History, Gainesville will million is available. A maxi- The call is out for crafts per-
EVENTS of Florida while ensuring the The Tri-State Hay Contest display "The Ordway Pre- mum of $25,000 will be avail- sons and artists to show their
Through Sept. 28 protection of all motorists, for hay farmers in Alabama, serve" temporary photography able for each qualifying wares at the annual Santa Fe
Driver's license and vehi- Register Now! Georgia and Florida, will be exhibit from May 2-Sept. 18. landowner as reimbursement Community College Holiday
cle inspection checkpoints Flyball lessons offered at held at the Sunbelt Agriculture The exhibit showcases work by for incurred expenses for ap- Crafts Faire, from 9 a.m.-3
scheduled All Springs Veterinary Exposition, Moultrie, Ga., Oct. Florida Museum photogra- proved practices. Info: Suwan- p.m., Tuesday, Wednesday and
The Florida Highway Patrol Hospital, Wellborn 18-20; The deadline for accept- phers Jeffrey Gage and Tammy nee County Forester Brian Thursday, Nov. 15, 16 and 17
will conduct driver's license All Springs Veterinary Hos- ing entries will be Monday, Johnson, and is free and open Cobble at 386-364-5314, Con- in the Building E courtyard on
and vehicle inspection check- pital will offer Flyball lessons Sept. 19. Applications avail- to the public. The Ordway Pre- servation Programs Manager the Northwest Campus. Local
points through Sept. 28, on for dogs and owners on Tues- able on-line at serve" is comprised of more Randy Hill in Tallahassee at artists or artist teams and select
Brown Road, CR 252, CR 252- day nights at All Springs Vet- http://aesl.ces.uga.edu/forms/in than 20 color photographs of 850-414-9907 or visit www.fl- non-profit organizations are in-
A, CR 252-B, CR 25-A, SR 47, erinary Hospital, Wellborn; dex.html. Info: Jason Chandler landscapes, wildlife and teach- dof.com. vited to participate. There is no
SR 341, US 441, US 41, CR Info: 386-963-2411. at Suwannee County Extension ing environments at the 9,300- Entry deadline Sept. 23 charge for registration, which is
245, CR 238, CR 135, Turner Register Now! Office, 386-362-2771., acre Katharine Ordway Pre- Oct. 1 required. The deadline is Nov.
Road, SR 100, Trotter's Road, Sept. 12-Oct. 24 Donations needed now! serve-Carl Swisher Memorial NFCC Foundation will 4. Sponsored by Santa Fe's Vi-
Fairfield Farms Road, CR 250, Pottery classes will be at Oct. 1 Sanctuary in western Putnam hold a sporting clay shoot sual and Performing Arts De-
CR 349, SR 247 and SR 25 in Stephen Foster State Park, Local Celebrities Honor- County. Photographs include a fund-raiser apartment and Center for Stu-
Columbia County; CR 132, CR White Springs ing a Local Hero will hold a close-up of a milk weed plant, NFCC Foundation will hold dent Leadership and Activities
136, CR 136-A, CR 137, CR Stephen Foster Folk Culture fund-raiser event to benefit a dragonfly resting in a field a sporting clay shoot fund-rais- Grant 95-5565. Info/registra-
249, CR 250, CR 252, CR 349, Center State Park Craft Square Peter Herrick in Lake City and students conducting stud- er; 8:30 a.m. sign-in, event'be- tion: Jayne Grant: 352-395-
CR 49, CR 795, SR 20, SR master potter and craft demon- Local Celebrities Honoring a ies. Info/tickets: 352-846-2000, gins at 9 a.m., Saturday, Oct. 1 5464.
247, SR 10, SR 51, US 129 and strator Jean Davidoff will teach Local Hero, a grassroots, com- www.flmnh.ufl.edu, or ; at the Brian and Mikey Wil- Sign up now!
Mitchell Road in Suwannee an eight-week pottery class for munity effort to raise funds for www.ordway.ufl.edu. son farm, comer of CR 53 and Live Oak Senior Citizens
County; and CR 136, CR 152, beginner and advanced stu- Peter Herrick, a resident of Co- "Tickets available now! Little Cat Road, Madison; en- schedule tours
CR 143, CR 249, CR 137, CR dents from 6-9 p.m., Sept. 12- lumbia County, will hold a Nov. 26-Dec. 17 try deadline-Friday, Sept. 23; Live Oak Senior Citizens
251, CR 146, CR 135, CR 141, Oct. 24 in Craft Square; Cost: fund-raiser event on Saturday, Spirit of the Suwannee Mu- Cost: Four-person team-$225, schedule escorted tours to: Al-
CR 150, CR 145 and US 41, $125, plus $25 for materials, Oct. 1, at the Columbia County sic Park, Live Oak presents individuals-$60 and 12-17 hambra Dinner Theatre, Jack-
SR 6, SR 25 in Hamilton Coun- pre-registration required; Info: Fairgrounds, Lake City; Her- a dinner theatre production "jakes"-$40; Info: 850-973-' sonville: Gypsy-Nov. 19;
ty. Recognizing the danger pre- 386-397-1920, www.stephen- rick as SEABEE in the Navy of Dickens' 9423, e-mail Jekyll Island and Saint Simons
sented to the public by defec- fostercso.org. Reserve was injured in the line "A Christmas Carol" Foundation@nfcc.edu or Island Tour-Sept 20; Rivership
tive vehicle equipment, troop- Register Now! of duty in Iraq in 2004 when Spirit of the Suwannee Mu- www.nfcc.edu. Romance, Sanford for lunch
ers will concentrate their ef- Sept. 21-Oct. 26 and Nov. his Humvee was hit in a mortar sic Park, Live Oak presents a Deadline Nov. 1 cruise on St. Johns River;
forts on vehicles being operat- 2-Dec. 14 attack; he was left with no feel- dinner theatre production of 2006 Suwannee Valley Branson/Nashville-Oct. 3-8;
ed with defects such as bad Opera appreciation classes ing from the neck down and re- Charles Dickens' classic holi- Youth Livestock Show and San Antonio -Experience, Oct.
brakes, worn tires and defec- will be taught in two sessions turned home in May, 2005; his day tale of Ebenezer Scrooge, Sale exhibitors must be en- 19-23; Pigeon Forge, Tenn.-
tive lighting equipment. In ad- at NFCC needs far exceed available help "A Christmas Carol, Saturday rolled in 4-H or FFA Dec. 1-4. Costs and deadlines
edition, attention will be direct- Opera appreciation classes from government support; evenings, Nov. 26-Dec. 17, at 2006 Suwannee Valley for payment vary for each trip.
ed to drivers who would violate will be taught by Tobias Mostel Fund-raiser goal: $100,000 to the Grande Hall; Private party Youth Livestock Show and The group meets the first Mon-
the driver license laws of Flori- at North Florida Community help build him and his family a bookings available! Info: toll- Sale exhibitors must be active day, 10:30 a.m., .Extension
da. The Patrol has found these College from 7 to 9 p.m. on home and purchase a veltle to free 800-224-5656. members of 4-H or FFA; en- Building II, Agriculture Center.
checkpoints to be an effective Wednesdays, Sept. 21-Oct. 26 accommodate his special Register Now! rollment deadline, Tuesday ________
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Evangelical Divinity School in designs for publications and about them, but also by doing my students to actually experi- would like to share him with
said. 1985, and is presently nearing publishers, including SBC them as a classroom require- ence the spiritual disciplines, yours. I trust you will plan to
"Practices borrowed from the completion of a doctor of Life, Scripture Press, the Na- ment. not merely read or hear lec- join us. There is no cost for the
non-Christian religions and theology degree with special- tional Association of Evangeli- "A theological seminary, it tures about them. For example, conference, just come and see
other extrabiblical methods of ization in Christian spirituality cals, Reformation Heritage must be remembered, is an aca- I won't just talk in the class- what the Lord does'in your life.
expressing spirituality some- from the University of South Books, Grace and Truth Books, demic institution," he said. room about prayer, meditation If you could please let us
times overshadow the individ- Africa. and Joshua Press. "But as such it always must on Scripture, fasting, silence know how many will be com-
ual and congregational spiritu- Whitney and wife Caffy She also taught in the semi- guard against the tendency to and solitude, and other disci- ing from your church, in order
al disciplines found in Scrip- were married in 1977. The cou- nary wives- program at Mid- give students the impression plines. I will require students to that we can make adequate
ture," he said. ple has a daughter, Laurelen western Seminary. Whitney that the ministry and the things practice these disciplines out- preparation for handouts etc.,
"A second frequent omis- Christiana. Caffy Whitney is expects students at Southern to of God have to do only with the side of class and report about we would really appreciate it.
sion in popular spirituality is an accomplished illustrator and learn about spiritual disci-, intellect, them in a spiritual journal." You may call us at 386.362-
the Lord Himself In such cas- muralist and has done book lines, not merely in the ab- "I intend to address the issue It is our privilege to have Dr. 5239, or e-mail info@souh-
es, the purpose of the spiritual covers, illustrations and other stract by reading and hearing of head vs. heart by requiring Whitney in our church, and we sidebc.net.
disciplines often seems tooA T
self-ward. I want to focus on
the pursuit of God through thORTAB E GEER TORS
found in the Bible. I believe rrL
the Bible is a sufficient guide .
for our spirituality, and when nc Many residents who lose power'may turn to
rightly followed it will lead us olutlons, emergency generators to ensure a continuous flow
both to the enjoyment of God of electricity to refrigerators, freezers, lights, fans
and the glorification of God ... Dr. Debra K. Griffin Au.D. Audiologist ( and other appliances. SVEC urges residents to
I am confident that the true Audiolo s A exercise extreme caution. While generators are a
Gospel produces the best disci- 205 Houston Ave NW, Live Oak
pes",, 386-330-2904 convenience in keeping appliances running during
Whitney received a master storm-related outages, they can also create hazards
of divinity degree from South- 183 N.W Veterans St., Lake City for homeowners and electric utility workers.
western Baptist Theological
Seminary in 1975, a doctor of .......................... ............386-758-3222 When operating a generator:
ministry degree from Trinity Call today for appointment ,,,,,,. Always operate a generator in accordance with your house to receive power directly from a portable generator
manufacturer's guidelines and instructions, as opposed to through the main circuit breaker normally
supplied by SVEC. Transfer switches isolate the circuits
A^ T8 To avoid CO poisoning, never use a generator indoors or in supplied by the generator and prevent backfeeding -
attached garages. Only operate the generator outdoors in a inadvertently energizing circuits in both systems.
ST^ 8 T^ GI ^H To avowell-ventilated, dry area from air intakes to the home.
well-ventilated, dry area from air intakes to the home. Backfeeding can most commonly occur when a generator is
To avoid electrocution, plug individual appliances into the connected directly to the electric panel or circuit in a home.
generator using heavy duty, outdoor rated cords with a wire Feeding power back into the utility system during an outage will
-- ^^^9N gauge adequate for the appliance load. energize the transformer serving the house and could pose a
serious threat to line and service and tree crews working to ,
(For adults out of school only) If connecting into the house wiring is necessary on a restore power in the area who may not know they are working
o temporary basis, homes must have a transfer switch with an energized line.
S uw an nee H am ilton installed by a licensed electrician. A transfer switch allows

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ITBchnical Cant -r use the cooperative has approved a meter socket
Live Oak based transfer switch by GENERLINK model number
MA23-N or S. Member would purchase the transfer
Tuesday, September 27, 2005 ONLY switch through GENERLINK (1-800-886-3837 or
8:30 a.m www.globalpowerproducts.com) and contact the
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Continued From Page 1C welcomes any input. If any Sept. 15 Baptist Church, Live Oak. learn how to cast on and off, heels and enjoy some great bar-
person(s) interested in attend- School Advisory Council Come early and visit!! Bring a knit stitch and pearl stitch, and becue country style at "The
Visitors welcome. Info: Lula ing this meeting has a disabili- of Suwannee High School favorite family story to share, learn how to determine gauge. Country Ho-Down" at 7 p.m.,
Herring, 386-364-1510. ty requiring special assistance, will meet Bring a covered dish. Drinks Nancy Traver, a demonstrator Saturday, Sept. 17. The event
Commodity Distribution please contact Heidi Moore at The first meeting of the will be provided. Call Adell for at the park's Craft Square will will be held at Yogi Bears Jelly-
Live Oak Sept. 14-15* 386-752-9770. Notice has been School Advisory Council of directions, 386-776-1325. teach the class. Students may stone Park, Madison featuring
Suwannee River Economic made of this meeting, through Suwannee High School will be Sept. 17 bring their own supplies or use the Lonnie Jolson Band from
Council, Inc. announces U.S. publication, to cover the "Gov- held at 7 p.m., Thursday, Sept. Anna Miller Circle will supplies available for loan dur- Live-Oak. Dance to a local
Department of Agriculture sur- ernment in the Sunshine" law. 15, in the student activities sponsor a Fishing Tourna- ing the class. The fee is $20 Bluegrass band beginning at 7
plus commodities will be dis- Sept. 14 room at the high school. All in- ment at Steinhatchee and includes admission to the p.m. and later to the Lonnie
tribute to eligible area resi- Suwannee County Trans- terested students, parents, Anna Miller Circle of Live park. Payment is due at the Jolson Band; dinner consists of
dents from 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. portation Disadvantaged Co- teachers and community mem- Oak Elks Lodge 1165 will time of registration. Info: 386- chicken, ribs, hot dogs, baked
on Wednesday and Thursday, ordinating Board will meet bers are invited to atend. Items sponsor' a Fishing Tournament 397-1920, www.StephenFos- beans, slaw and rolls and vari-
Sept. 14-15* in front of the The Suwannee County on the agenda include a mem- at Steinhatchee, Sept. 17, to terCSO.org or www.FloridaS- ous desserts! Purchase a ticket
gym at the Suwannee County Transportation Disadvantaged bership drive and planning for benefit the handicapped chil- tateParks.org/stephenfoster. for the drawing to win prizes!!
Coliseum Complex, Eleventh Coordinating Board meeting the coming year. dren of Florida; weigh in be- Sept. 17 $10 per person, $5 for kids un-
Street, Live Oak. Proof of resi- scheduled for Wednesday, Sept. 15 tween 1-4 p.m. at River Haven Florida Army National der 12. All proceeds go to the
dence is required. Rules for ac- Sept. 7, has been rescheduled NFCC will conduct Col- Marina; entry fee $25 per per- Guard and the 269th Engi- Madison Senior Citizens
ceptance in the program are the due to a scheduling conflict. lege Placement Tests (CPT) son; $2,250 in prizes; grouper: neer Company (Construc- Council Fund to build a new
same for everyone without re- The board will meet Wednes- North Florida Community first place-$500; second place- tion Support) in Live Oak senior center. The park is lo-
gard to race, color, national ori- day, Sept. 14 at 10:30 a.m. College; College Placement $250; redfish: first place-$500; will host open house cated at CR 53 South and 1-10,
gin, age, sex or handicap. Info: Lynn Godfrey, toll-free Tests (CPT); Thursday,. Sept. second place-$250; trout: first The Florida Army National Madison, on the right approxi-
Distribution on Thurs- 800-226-0690, ext. 110. 15, 8:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m.; place-$500; second place- Guard and the 269th Engineer mately two miles down the ser-
day only if there is. food left. Sept. 15 NFCC Technical Center, $250; plus free drawings and Company (Construction Sup- vice road; Info: Betty Everett,
Sept. 14 Branford Camera Club Building No. 13, Madison giveaways; boat rentals and port), 1416 SW Eleventh Street WMAF Radio, 850-973-3233
Family Caregiver and will meet campus; Photo ID. Info/Regis- lodging available at local mari- (CR 136), Live Oak will host or Paula Arnold at Madison
Grandparents Raising The Branford Camera Club tration: 850-973-9451. nas; Info/entry forms: River its annual openhouse on Satur- County Chamber of Com-
Grandchildren Support will hold its first meeting of the Sept. 17 Haven Marina & Hotel, 352- day, Sept. 17, from 1-4 p.m. merce, 850-973-2788.
Group will meet at Dowling new program year at 7:30 p.m., Roberson-Taylor reunion 498-0709; Sea Hag Marina, This event will include a static Sept. 18
Park Thursday, Sept. 15, at the Plan to join the 44th Rober- 352-498-3008; Gulfstream display of equipment utilized 22nd Annual America's
Family Caregiver and Branford Public Library. Tom- son-Taylor family reunion Sat- Motel & Marina, 352-498- by the unit. The unit will also Cover Miss and Cover Boy,
Grandparents Raising Grand- my Harrell, a professional pho- urday, Sept. 17, in Live Oak. 8088; or Terri Johnson, 386- provide information about the USA Baby Contest and Mod-
children Support Group will tographer and long-time in- When coming from Jasper on 776-2508. unit's federal and state mis- el/Beauty Search will be held
meet at 2 p.m., Wednesday, structor of photography at the US 129, turn right at fourth red Sept. 17 sions. The unit's recruiter will in Lake City
Sept. 14, at Advent Christian Suwannee-Hamilton Technical light, at First Federal Savings American Red Cross will also be on site to answer any The 22nd Annual America's
Village, Copeland Community Center, will provide members Bank, proceed west for one hold an infant, Child and questions concerning the en- Cover Miss and Cover Boy,
Center, Dowling Park; Info: with an "Introduction to Digi- mile on the Newber Road, SR Adult CPR and First Aid listment process, basic train- USA Baby Contest and Mod-
Velma Chandler toll-free, 800- tal Photography." He's shared 136, at the roundabout stay class in Lake City ing, advanced individual train- el/Beauty Search competition
717-3277. some of his pictures with mem- right heading west. They will American Red Cross of ing, other training options, as will be held at the Lake City
Sept. 14 bers in the past, and they are meet at the Garden Club Suwannee Valley; Infant, Child well as all the incentives the Mall on Sunday, Sept. 18 at
Early Learning Coalition great! Meeting will also in- House. Write facts to be shared and Adult CPR and First Aid Florida Army National Guard 1:30 p.m.; eight age divisions
of Florida's Gateway, Inc. elude the usual time of sharing about your family going back class; 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Saturday, has to offer. Please come and for girls.birth to 25 and boys
board will meet recent photographs, photo- to the children of Tode and Sept. 17; 264 NE Hernando join us and see what your birth to three; cash and prizes;
The Early Learning Coali- graphic experiences, and the Jack Roberson. Door will open Ave., Suite 102, Lake City. hometown guard unit is doing Info/applications: 850-476-
tion of Florida's Gateway, Inc. company of fellow photo en- at noon, with meal at 2 p.m. Info: 386-752-0650. to ensure your freedom and se- 3 2 7 0
board will meet at 9 a.m. on thusiasts. If you have questions Please bring a picnic lunch:-in- Sept. 17 curity at home and abroad. www.floridacovermiss.com or
Wednesday, Sept. 10, in the about the use of your camera, eluding tea, for a good ole Stephen Foster State Park Questions concerning the event e-mail covermiss@aol.com.
Columbia County School bring it with you, along with fashion family get together! offers beginning knitting may be directed to SFC Jay Sept. 19
Board Office, S.O.S. Building, the manual. There will proba- Eating utensils, plates, ice, class Monismith at 386-362-1915. NFCC will conduct TABE
Suite 130, Lake City. The bly be someone who can help! cups and napkins will be fur- Stephen Foster Folk Culture Sept. 17 (Test of Adult Basic
coalition oversees the state and We hope you'll join us!!! Info: nished. Bring your camera! Center State Park is offering a "The Country Ho-Down" Education)
federal funding for all school Carolyn Hogue, program chair, Sept. 17 knitting class for beginners featuring North Florida Community
readiness programs birth to age 386-935-2044; or technical Carroll family reunion from 10 a.m.-noon, Saturday, the Lonnie Jolson Band, College (NFCC); TABE (Test
five for Columbia, Hamilton, consultants: Gilbert Bemardo, will be held Sept. 17. The park is located on Live Oak will be held at of Adult Basic Education) test;
Lafayette, Suwannee and 386-935-0340; Dick Bryant, The Carroll family reunion US 41, three miles from 1-75 Yogi Bears Jellystone 6 p.m., Monday, Sept. 19;
Union Counties. It encourage 386-935-1977; Dick Madden, will be held a at 5 p.m., Satur- and nine miles from I-10, Park, Madison NFCC Technical Center, Madi-
community participation and 386-935-0296. day, Sept. 17, at Philadelphia White Springs. Students will Get ready to kick up your son campus; Photo ID.
Info/pre-registration: 850-973-
Sept. 20-21
NFCC will conduct GED
North Florida Community
College (NFCC); GED tests; 6
p.m., Monday and Tuesday,
Sept. 20-21, NFCC Technical
Center; Madison campus; Pho-
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Sept. 21 tables for 10 people are $150 Hurricane Relief Poker 5. There is a small fee. The Advancement office located on Church will hold a fall craft
Office hours with and individual tickets are also Run at the Big Oak NFCC fall schedule is avail- the NFCC campus, building bazaar at its fellowship hall lo-
Congressman Boyd's staff available. Call SCORE at 386- Sports Bar able at www.nfcc.edu; Info: No. 2, Madison. cated at the comer of CR 247
in Branford 766-9026, ext. 3214 for lun- Hurricane Relief Poker Run, 850-973-9453, e-mail Com- Sept. 29 and Drane Street, Branford
A member of Congressman cheon tickets and a form to ride what you drive, 11 a.m., munityEd@nfcc.edu. American Red Cross will from 8 a.m.-noon, Saturday,
Allen Boyd's (D-North Flori- nominate your choice for En- Saturday, Sept. 24, at the Big Sept. 27 hold a CPR for the Oct. 1. In addition to beautiful
da) staff will be visiting Bran- trepreneur of the Year! Oak Sports Bar. All proceeds American Red Cross will Professional Rescuer class handmade craft items, there
ford on the third Wednesday of Sept. 22 go to the victims of Hurricane hold a CPR for the in Lake City will be a white elephant sale, a
every month so the people of American Red Cross will Katrina. Live music and food. Professional Rescuer class American Red Cross of hot dog stand with drinks and
Suwannee County have the op- hold an Infant and Child Please come and help the poor in Lake City Suwannee Valley; CPR for the at 2 p.m. a drawing for an ex-
portunity to personally discuss CPR and First Aid class in people who cannot help them- American Red Cross of Professional Rescuer class; 6- quisite handmade quilt (you do
issues concerning them. Con- Lake City selves. This may very well be Suwannee Valley; CPR for the 10 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 29; not have to be present to win).
gressman Boyd's staff is American Red Cross of the worst storm on record. Professional Rescuer class; 6- 264 NE Hemando Ave., Suite Info/donations: 386-935-3371.
trained to assist constituents Suwannee Valley; Infant and Show you care. We do! Info: 10 p.m., Tuesday, Sept. 27; 264 102, Lake City. Info: 386-752- Oct. 7-8
with a varietyof issues relating Child CPR and First Aid class; Mike, 386-590-1610 or The NE Hernando Ave., Suite 102, 0650. 55th Jeanie Ball at
to various federal agencies. It 6-10 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 22; Big Oak, 386-366-7815. Lake City. Info: 386-752-0650. Sept. 30 Stephen Foster State Park
is important to Congressman 264 NE Hemando Ave., Suite Sept. 24-Jan. 2. 2006 Sept. 27 White Lake Yacht Stephen Foster Folk Culture
Boyd that his staff is available 102, Lake City. Info: 386-752- Florida Museum of Natural NFCC will conduct TABE and Dinner Club Center State Park, White
for those who are not able to 0650. History in Gainesville will (Test of Adult Basic White Lake Yacht and Din- Springs will hold its 55th
travel to either his Panama City Sept.22 host John Moran's "Journal Education) ner Club; fine dining with art Jeanie Ball and Auditions; Fri-
or Tallahassee offices. Office NFCC will conduct of Light: A Photographers North Florida Community and entertainment;. Friday, day and Saturday, Oct. 7-8; for-
hours with Congressman College Placement Tests Search for the Soul of Flori- College; .TABE (Test of Adult Sept. 30; meal served by local mal ball, open to the public,
Boyd's staff this month will be (CPT) da" traveling exhibit Basic Education) tests; 1:30 service club-gratuity paid to Friday, 8:30 p.m., Oct. 7; pub-
Wednesday, Sept. 21, from 1- North Florida Community The Florida Museum of Nat- p.m., Tuesday, Sept. 27; NFCC service club; 6-7 p.m. cocktail lic audition, 10 a.m., Saturday,
2:30 p.m., Town Hall, Council College; College Placement ural History in Gainesville will Technical Center, Madison hour- byob; 7-9 p.m. meal and Oct. 8; admission free with
Chambers, Branford. Tests (CPT); Thursday, Sept. host John Moran's "Journal of campus; Photo ID. Info/Regis- entertainment; the dress-coat park admission of $4 for a ve-
Sept. 21 22, 8:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m.; Light: A Photographers Search tration: 850-973-9451. and tie for the gentlemen; hide with up to eight passen-
Office hours with NFCC Technical Center, for the Soul of Florida" travel- Sept. 29 reservations only-call 386-364- gers; Info: 386-397-2733,
Congressman Boyd's staff Building No. 13, Madison ing exhibit from Sept. 24-Jan. NFCC will conduct Col- 5250. www.FloridaStateParks.org/ste
in Live Oak campus; Photo ID. Info/Regis- 2, 2006. The exhibit features lege Placement Tests (CPT) Oct. 1 phenfoster.
A member of Congressman tration: 850-973-9451. more than 50 color pho- North Florida Community Branford Presbyterian
Allen Boyd's (D-North Flori- Sept. 24 tographs of Florida wildlife College; College Placement Church will hold a fall craft SEE COMMUNITY PAGE 7C
da) staff will be visiting Live Lake City Fire and environments with an em- Tests (CPT); Thursday, Sept.
Oak on the third Wednesday of Department will host a, phasis on Florida waters. Im- 29, 8:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m.; I
every month so the people of Benefit Car Show in ages include the Florida beach- NFCC Technical Center,
Suwannee County have the op- Lake City es, black-water rivers, palms, Building No. 13, Madison
portunity to personally discuss Lake City Fire Department. live oaks, turtles, flowers and campus; Photo ID. Info/Regis-
issues concerning them. Con- will host a Benefit Car Show night-time landscapes that tration: 850-973-9451.
gressman Boyd's staff is for cars, truck and motorcycles make Florida a natural gem. Sept. 29
trained to assist constituents from 9 a.m.-3 p.m., Saturday, Info: 352-846-2000, NFCC Artist Series m P O
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Wednesday, Sept. 21, from toss, spark plug challenge; NFCC Technical Center, Madi- Dance Ensemble at 7 p.m., Are there hidden fees?
9:30 a.m. 11:30 a.m., Live Gator and Seminole smash son campus; Photo ID. Thursday, Sept. 29, at Van H.
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Continued From Page 1C ing, Dowling Park; Info: Cindy Commissioners first Tues- Educators first Thursday of bies too young to help them- a.m.- 4:30 p.m.
Erskin, 386-658-5700. day, 9 a.m., and third Tuesday every month. Info: Tammy selves. Info: Dorothy Phillips, SHINE Serving Health
Oct. 8 American Legion Post 107 at 6 p.m., County Commission- Baco, 386-362-6939; strong secretary, 386-362-1886. Insurance Needs of Elders -
St. Francis Xavier first Thursday; 12-2 p.m., ers' Board Room, courthouse, home school support group. Nursing Mom's Group Live Oak second Monday,
Catholic Church will hold Suwannee River Regional Li- Jasper. Live Oak Garden Club second Friday; 10 a.m.; 12:30-2:30 p.m. or second
Oktobertfest brary, South Ohio Ave., Live Hamilton County Cham- Sept.-May; Morning Glories- Suwannee River Regional Li- Thursday, 1:30-2:30 p.m.;
St. Francis Xavier Catholic Oak; Info: Ron Slater, com- her of Commerce, Inc. first third Friday; Night Bloomers- brary, Live Oak; Info: Suwannee River Regional Li-
Church, US 90 East, Live Oak mander, 386-208-8073 or Thursday; 6 p.m.; 204 N. Hat- third Tuesday, 1302 S.W. Michelle, 386-776-2955. brary, US 129 South, Live Oak;
will hold Oktoberfest Satur- Richard Buffington, adjutant, ley St., Jasper; Info: 386-792- Eleventh Street, Live Oak. Remembering the Loss of trained volunteers help elders
day, Oct. 8, from 8 a.m.-2 p.m.; 386-364-5985. 1300. Live Oak Senior Citizens Your Baby first Thursday; and their caregivers in Suwan-
flea market: clothing, fumi- American Legion Auxil- Hamilton County Council first Monday; 10:30 a.m.; Ex- 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m.; Hospice of nee County to understand
ture, shoes, knick-knacks, etc. iary Unit No. 107 first Satur- on Aging, Inc. needs volun- hibition II Building, Coliseum North Central Florida, North Medicare and other health in-
Also carnival games, BINGO, day; 10-11 a.m.; Suwannee El- teer drivers; home-delivered Complex, 1302 SW Eleventh Building Counseling Room, surance programs make in-
entertainment, food/drink, ementary School, next to the meals program; Info: Kanoye St., Live Oak; escorted tours, 4305 NW 90th Blvd., formed decisions on insurance,
crafts, baked goods, drawing. track on Pinewood, Live Oak; Capps; 1509 S.W. First Street, prices vary; Info: Lula Herring, Gainesville; open support Medicare Prescription Drug
No admission charge. Info: Info: Pat McLauchlin 386-362- Jasper, 386-792-1136. 386-364-1510. group for families who have Cards and on discounted pre-
364-1108. 3524 or Tanya Lees 386-364- Hamilton County Develop- Suwannee Valley Humane experienced the loss of a baby; scription drug programs and el-
Oct. 8 8331. ment Authority second Society-Animal Shelter- sec- Info: Cheryl Bailey, 352-692- igibility requirements; free;
26th Annual Pioneer Day American Legion Post 132 Thursday; 7 p.m., at 204 NE ond Monday; noon; at the shel- 5107, toll-free 800-816-0596. Info: Florida Department of El-
will be held at Mayo Town second Tuesday; 7 p.m.; Well- 1st St., Sandlin Building, ter located on Bisbee Loop, SHINE Serving Health der Affairs toll-free 800-262-
Park bor Masonic Lodge, on CR Jasper; Info: 386-792-6828. south entrance, in Lee off CR Insurance Needs of Elders 2243, Monday Friday, 8:30
Plans are underway for the 137, downtown Wellborn; Info: Hamilton County Riding 255, Madison County; Info: Volunteers needed; compre- a.m.- 4:30 p.m.
26th Annual Pioneer Day to be Gerald McKean, 386-963- Club first Saturday; 5 p.m., toll-free 866-Adoptl2, 866- hensive training provided to as- SHINE Serving Health
held at Mayo Town Park, Sat- 5901. meeting-games; Hamilton 2 3 6 7 8 1 2 sist elders and their caregivers Insurance Needs of Elders -
urday, Oct. 8. Plans include the Branford Camera Club County Arena, Jasper; third www.geocities.com/suwan- receive information and assis- Mayo first Wednesday,
selection of a Granny and Pap- third Thursday; 7:30 p.m.; Saturday; 5 p.m.; trail ride-din- neehs. tance on health insurance and 10:30-11:30 a.m., Library, SR
py, a parade, food, games, a Branford Library; Info: Car- ner, location announced at the Live Oak, Suwannee Medicare; Florida Department 51, Mayo; trained volunteers
western shoot-out, music, train olyn Hogue, 386-935-2044. first Saturday meeting; new County Recreation Board of Elder Affairs; no charge for help elders and their caregivers
rides around the town and a Cub Scout Pack No. 408 members welcome; Info: 386- second Wednesday; 5 p.m.; services; Info: toll-free 800- in Lafayette County to under-
street dance. Info/suggestions: Committee second Tuesday; 792-2725. Suwannee Parks & Recreation 262-2243, Monday-Friday, stand Medicare and other
Jim or Cheryl Hollis, 386-294- 6:30 p.m.; Live Oak Church of Hamilton County Tourist offices, 1201 Silas Drive, Live 8:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. health insurance programs
3377 or Vi Johnson, 386-294- Christ, 1497 Irvin Ave.."SR 51 Development Council sec-' Oak; Info: 386-362-3004. SHINE Serving Health make informed decisions on in-
2482. South; Info: 386-362-3032, ond Wednesday; noon; 204 NE MADD Dads Third Thurs- Insurance Needs of Elders surance, Medicare Prescription
Oct. 8 comm_chair@pack408.net, 1st St., Sandlin Building, day; 7 p.m.; Suwannee County Branford first Wednesday; 9- Drug Cards and on discounted
Stephen Foster Folk Culture www.pack408.net; Tiger, Jasper; Info: 386-792-6828. Courthouse. 10 a.m.;. Library, US 129 prescription drug programs and
Center State Park will con- Wolf, Bears and Webelos Home and Community Ed- Man To Man Group sec- North, Branford; free; trained eligibility requirements; free;
duct a garden trough class dens (grades one five) ucators (HCE) first Friday; ond Thursday; 7 p.m.; Marvin volunteers help elders and their Info: Florida Department of El-
Stephen Foster Folk Culture every Thursday; at the church; 9:30 a.m.; Suwannee County E. Jones Building, Dowling caregivers in Suwannee Coun- der Affairs toll-free 800-262-
Center State Park invites the 6:30-8 p.m.; Aug.-May; Pack Extension Office, Coliseum Park; free; refreshments pro- ty to understand Medicare and 2243, Monday Friday, 8:30
public to a garden trough class meeting fourth Thursday; at Complex, Eleventh Street, Live vided; Info: American Cancer other health insurance pro- a.m.- 4:30 p.m.
to be held from 9 a.m.-noon, the church; 6:30-8 p.m., Aug.- Oak; new members welcome; Society toll-free 800-ACS- grams make informed deci- SHINE Serving Health
Saturday, Oct. 8, in Craft May; entire group meets; Pleasant Hill second Mon- 2345 or the local office toll- sions on insurance, Medicare Insurance Needs of Elders -
Square; Cost: $15, pre-regis- awards, skits and fun. day; McAlpin Comunity Club, free 888-295-6787 (Press 2) Prescription Drug Cards and on White Springs first and third
tration' required; Info: 386- Disabled American Veter- McAlpin; Happy Homemak- Ext. 114. discounted prescription drug Thursday; 9:30-11:30 a.m.; Li-
397-1920, www.stephenfos- ans Chapter No. 126 second ers second Wednesday; Market Days Advent programs and eligibility re- brary, 12797 Roberts Street,
tercso.org, www.FloridaS- Thursday; 6 p.m.; 226 Parshley Suwannee County Coliseum Christian Village first Satur- quirements; Info: Florida De- White Springs; free; trained
tateParks.org/stephenfoster. St., S.W, Live Oak; Info: 386- Complex, Eleventh Street, Live day; 8 a.m.-1 p.m.; Space-first- apartment of Elder Affairs toll- volunteers help elders and their
Oct. 15 362-1701. Oak. Info: 386-362-2771. come, first-serve basis, $5 free 800-262-2243, Monday caregivers in Siiwannee Coun-
Bass-Hurst family reunion Dowling Park Volunteers Jasper City Council Meet- each; Village Square shops Friday, 8:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. ty to understand Medicare and
The Bass and Hurst families first Saturday; 1100 hours (11 ing second Monday; 6 p.m.; open; Info: Lodge Office 386- SHINE Serving Health other health insurance pro-
have been in the Suwannee a.m.); training each following Jasper City Hall. 658-5200. Insurance Needs of Elders grams make informed deci-
Valley are for eons it seems. Saturday at 1100 (11 a.m.); Jasper Lions Club Meeting McAlpin Community Club Advent Christian Village .sions on insurance, Medicare
These two families have had a 22992 CR 250, Live Oak. second and fourth Tuesday, 7 second Monday; 7 p.m.; cov- Dowling Park trained volun- Prescription Drug Cards and on
family connection for well Florida Gateway Charter p.m., Roosters Diner. Info: Bob ered dish dinner first; everyone teers help elders and their care- discounted prescription drug
over 100 years. This year they Chapter of the American Clark, 386-792-2143. welcome; purpose --to acquaint givers in Dowling Park area of programs and eligibility re-
hope to establish a tradition for Business Women's Associa- Jennings Town Council members of the community Suwannee County to under- quirements; Info: Florida De-
years to come, by having a tion -second Thursday; 6p.m.; Meeting first Tuesday; 7 services available in the coun- stand Medicare and other apartment of Elder Affairs toll-
family reunion with the two locations change; Info: Sandy p.m.; Jennings Town Hall. ty; Info: Grant Meadows Jr., health insurance programs free 800-262-2243,. Monday -
families coming together at the Harrison at 386-754-0434 or Hamilton County School 386-935-9316 or Shirley Jones, make informed decisions on in- Friday, 8:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.
same time. The reunion will be 386-752-0516. Board fourth Tuesday; 6 p.m. 386-963-5357; building rental: surance, Medicare Prescription Small Scale Farmers and
held Saturday, Oct. 15, at Mt. Friends of Suwannee River White Springs Town Coun- Kristie Harrison. 386-364- Drug Cards and on discounted Craft Designers Market
Zion Christian Church on Bass State Park second Tuesday; cil Meeting: Third Tuesday; 7 3400. prescription drug programs and Committee third Thursday; 7
Road in Live Oak. Fellowship 7 p.m., board meeting; Suwan- p.m.; White Springs Town MOMS Club second eligibility requirements; free; p.m.; Coliseum extension of-
will begin around 10:30 a.m., nee River State Park, US 90 Hall. Wednesday; 11:15 a.m. at the Info: appointment 386-658- fices.
followed by a covered dish West, Live Oak; Info: Member- I Can Cope (cancer) third fellowship hall of Bethel Mis- 3333 or 386-658-5329; Florida Suwannee Chapter of the
lunch. The reunion committee ship Chair Walter Schoenfelder Tuesday; 7 p.m.; Marvin E. sionary Baptist Church, go Department of Elder Affairs Florida Trail Association -
will provide the meat, drinks 850-971-5354, wbs@surf- Jones Building, Dowling Park; West on US 90 seven miles toll-free 800-262-2243, Mon- second Monday; 7 p.m.;
and paper goods. They ask that best.net. Info: Cindy, 386-658-5700; ed- from 1-75, and 1-1/2 miles day Friday, 8:30 a.m.- 4:30 Suwannee River Water Man-
each family bring a covered Girl Scout Leaders, Girl ucational support group for any from the Columbia/Suwannee p.m. agement District; Info: Sam
dish of vegetable and/or Scouts of Gateway Council type of cancer for patients, County line, 12 miles from SHINE Serving Health Bigbie, 386-362-5090; Don
dessert. There will be a short first Monday; 7 p.m.; Woman's families and friends. Live Oak; Info: 386-397-1254, Insurance Needs of Elders Neale, 386-362-4850; Sylvia
business meeting following the Club, Eleventh Street, Live Leona 4-H Community MOMSClubofLiveOak- Jasper Monday-Friday, 1-4 Dunnam, 386-362-3256.
noon meal. You may want to Oak; Info: Mary Check-Cason, Club first Monday; 7 p.m.; LakeCityFl@alltel.net p.m.; Hamilton Pharmacy As- Suwannee County Tourist
bring a lawn chair so you can 386-362-4475. home of Avon and Betty Hicks, National Association of Re- distance Program, Sandlin Development Council fourth
be more comfortable while Hamilton County Govern- 6107 180th St., McAlpin; Info: tired Federal Employees Building, 204 NE 1st Street, Tuesday; I p.m.; Chamber of
visiting. They look forward to mental, Belville Volunteer Betty Hicks, 386-963-4205; (N.A.R.F.E.) Chapter 1548 Jasper; trained volunteers help Commerce Building, 816 S.
seeing you and your family Fire/Rescue executive board Pam Nettles, 386-963-1236. third Tuesday; 11':30 a.m.; elders and their caregivers in Ohio Ave., Live Oak.
there. Info: Betsy Byrd 386- second Monday, 7 p.m. Lion's Club second Tues- Quail Heights Country Club, Suwannee County to under- Suwannee County Cattle-
362-6537 or Alice Bass, 386- Hamilton County Alcohol day and fourth Tuesday; 7 Lake City; guest speakers; all stand Medicare and other men's Association third
364-1453. and Other Drug Prevention p.m.; Farm Bureau meeting present and retired federal em- health insurance programs Thursday; 6:30 p.m.; Farmers
Oct. 22-26 Coalition fourth Wednesday; room; Info: Richard Tucker, ployees invited; Info: 386-755- make informed decisions on in- Co-op meeting room; Info:
Friends of the Library, 9:30-11 a.m., Hamilton County 386-963-4577. 8570 or 386-752-6593. surance, Medicare Prescription Herb Rogers, 386-362-4118.
Gainesville will hold Fall School Board meeting room, Live Oak Artist Guild first North Florida Chapter of Drug Cards and on discounted Suwannee County Senior
Book Sale JRE Lee Administrative Corn- Tuesday; 7 p.m.; St. Luke's Newborns in Need first Sat- prescription drug programs and Citizens first Monday; 10:30
Friends of the Library, plex, Jasper; Info: Grace Mc- Episcopal Church, Live Oak; urday; 9:30 a.m.; St. Luke's eligibility requirements; free; a.m., Exhibition II Building,
Alachua County Library Dis- Donald, 386-938-4911, mc- Info: Don Strickland, 386-362- Episcopal Church, 1391 SW Info: Florida Department of El- Coliseum Complex, 1302 SW
trict will hold its annual Fall donaldgl@alltel.net 5146. Eleventh Street, Live Oak; join der Affairs toll-free 800-262-
Book Sale Saturday-Wednes- Hamilton County Board of Live Oak Christian Home them in providing for these ba- 2243, Monday Friday, 8:30 SEE COMMUNITY, PAGE 8C
day, Oct. 22-26, at Friends of
the Library Book House, 430
North Main Street,
Gainesville, across from Sun-.
Trust Bank. Hours: Saturday, 9
a.m.-6 p.m.; Sunday 1-6 p.m.; i.
Monday-Tuesday, noon-8 "It doesn't get any easier! "

p.m.; hundreds of thousands of Soft Serve Ice Cream
books and other items in more Home of the... $1.00 cone!
than 50 categories; 25 cents to Cup ucky, dissatisfied, let the wo
$3; all profits are used for the 9 oz.................$1.50
Alachua County Library Dis- 16oz................$2.00 If husband or wife is unfaithul, see
Large............... $3.25 ln the I6ve and affection b t! one you Id
trict and community literacy Large......$325
projects. Bring your own box- x.ess. Sh ends and enemi o iffri
odaes! Info: 352-375-1676. Float........ She loc roper She dd isj
Monthly Meetingsoght he to help
Alen Boyd -North Sweet Tea Monday- tre, love, marriage,
Florida) Staff- Branford Small .88e Thursdayt no
third Wednesday; Town Hall, Medium.98 8 -1 .m. e si o r love, there's no prob
Council Chambers, Branford; Large $1.16 ,,.. Friday & ei an, se sienten con mala suert,
1-2:30 p.m.; trained staff visits 1/2 gal. $1.50 Saturday i de. Ella les quit alas mte
to assist constituents; Info: 1 gal. $2.50 8 am.-
2 0 2 2 2 5 5 2 3 5 Midnight Ella les arregla los desa
www.house.gov/boyd/. s sent del ser aa
Allen Boyd (D-North Misty $2.44 pk/$22.49car. 305's $1.46pk/$13.19car. 0aon SUS y ,0my
Florida) Staff Live Oak Pall Mall $2.29 pk/$20.99 car. Marlboro $3.13 pk/$27.49 car. yuda a~ trar su prepn -!
Kool $2.84 pk/$25.49 car. Virginia Slims $3.15 pk/$27.99 car. .,.
third Wednesday; City Council Viceroy $2.74 pk/$24.95 car. Basic $2.75 pk/$25.45 car. le l or qu
Chambers, City Hall, 101 SE Montclair $2.69 pk/$23.99 car. Newport $2.99 pk/$26.95 car. gtn li l pasa
White Ave., Live Oak; 9:30- Parliament $3.15 pk/$27.99 car. Camel $3.04 pk/$26.49 car. d .
GPC $2.54 pk/$23.49 car. Winston $2.95 pk/$25.49 car. Si Ud. eti
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Alzheimer's Support E d 3d
Group third Thursday; 3:30
p.m.; Marvin E. Jones Build- .


Continued From Page 1C Genealogical Society first of Suwannee County quar- president 386-364-1209. urday; center of Wellborn, An- or Marcia, 386-208-1008.
Thursday; 7 p.m., Wilbur St. terly, Inif: Mary Jordan Taylor, Vivid Visions, Inc. first drews Square; blueberry pan- Alcoholics Anonymous -
Eleventh St., Live Oak; escort- Live Oak; Open Tuesdays and 386-362-2708, ext. 232. Monday; 5:30 p.m.; Douglass cakes, sausage and orange Branford Tuesdays and Fri-
ed tours, prices vary; Info: Lula Thursdays, 9 a.m.-noon and 1- Vision SSeeds Inc. second Center Conference Room; a juice or coffee. days, 7:30 p.m., Branford Unit-
Herring, 386-364-1510. 5 p.m.;-Info: 386-330-0110. Tuesday, 6 p.m. promptly; 110 shelter and outreach agency for Wellborn Neighborhood ed Methodist Church, Express
Suwannee River Valley Suwannee Valley Quilters Lafayette Ave. SW, Live Oak victims of domestic violence; Watch last Thursday, 7 p.m., and Henry St., Branford. For
Archaeology Society third first and third Thursday; 10 (temporarily); directions: US Info: 386-364-5957. Blake Lowe Building, 1517 more info, call 386-935-2242
Tuesday; public library, Bran- a.m.; Info: Jane, 386-776-2909 90 west to Lafayette Ave., one Wellborn Community As- 4th Ave., Wellborn; Info: Bruce or the District 16 Help Line
ford; Info: 386-935-4901. after 4 p.m. block east of Mott Buick, turn sociation (WCA) second or Jane, 386-963-3196. toll-free, 800-505-0702.
Suwannee Valley Builders Suwannee Valley Kennel left, first house on right, across Thursday; 7 p.m.; Wellborn Weekly Meetings Alcoholics Anonymous -
Association second Thurs- Club third Tuesday; 7:30 from Gator Motors. Spiritual- Community Center; Info: Bon- Al-Anon/Mayo Al-Anon Live Oak Tuesdays and Fri-
day; 6 p.m.; Farm Bureau p.m.; Hospitality and Recre- Social-Educational-Economic- nie Scott, 386-963-4952, 386- Group Thursdays, 8 p.m., days, 8 p.m., Precinct Voting
meeting room, 407 Dowling national Building, Columbia Development. Save our chil- 208-1733-leave a message. Mayo Manna House, Pine Building, Nobles Ferry Road,
Ave., Live Oak; $5 per person County Fairgrounds, Lake dren! Unity in Christ Jesus WCA fund-raiser to benefit Street for family members Live Oak. For more info, call
for meal and meeting. City, Lake City. Empowerment. All are wel- building fund Blueberry and friends to show support; District 16 Help Line toll-free,
Suwannee Valley Tobacco-Free Partnership come. Info: Otha White Sr., Pancake Breakfast first Sat- Info: Barbara, 386-294-3348 800-505-0702.
Alcoholics Anonymous -
Mayo Group Sundays, Mon-
I ViAN1iA. SERVICE DiPT. OPEN days, Wednesdays and Thurs-
SSATdays at 8 p.m.; at Manna
House, Pine Street, Mayo. Info:
386-294-2423 or District 16
SHelp Line toll-free, 800-505-
Alcoholics Anonymous -
White Springs Courage to
DIS OU TS Change Mondays, 8 p.m.,
t Methodist Church, White
MSprings. Info: 386-397-1410 or
F1 1 EEEYONE! District 16 Help Line toll-free,
FR oBluegrass Association Sat-
urdays; 6 p.m.; bluegrass jam;
-I I Pickin' Shed; except during
main festival events; Spirit of
the Suwannee Music Park, US
129 North, Live Oak; potluck
EDDIE ACCARDI dinner discontinued until Octo-
ber; Info: 386-364-1683.
STOP QUALITY Bridge Club Mondays,
-'-.,- PREI- W NED, Restaurant, Live Oak. Info:
., 5 6 45 p.m., Golden Corral
VH -!- "EH! Boy Scout Troop 693
Monday, 7 p.m., Shrine Club,
STHE PRCE O IA IS Bass Road, until further notice.
THE PICE OF GS IS R Info: 386-776-2863.
GOING UP & TH PRICES CR O Dowling Park Volunteers -
ATEDDIE ACCMDI ARE C'Saturdays; 1100 hours-ll a.m.;
GOING DOWN HIGHWAY 90 WEST, 1/2 MILE PAST 1-75 IN LAKE CTr at 22992 CR 250, Live Oak.
386-752-6933 Jasper Kiwanis Club of
I SIT R WEBSIT E AT: ww. aeddileaanIchevoletmazla.m days, 12:15 p.m., J.R. Lee
SOUR WE AT: w ,eddieaccdichelm l. Complex, Jasper. Now accept-
ship. Call for an application,
386-792-3484, 386-755-4896
or 386-792-1110; leave name,
address and phone or contact
-" ".. ...... "" -" ".."; ...I .q I num ber.
....j. ,*: Live Oak Singles Group -
SFridays, 7:30 p.m., Live Oak
Christian Church fellowship
I h ball on US 129 North (next to
Walt's Ford). This not a church
sponsored event. Info: Bob,
..... .... .. 3 8 6 9 3 5 6 5 9 5 o r C a r la 3 8 6 -
758-1802; http://groups.ya-
L; hoo.com/group/SuwanneeSin-
~I IIIICI~ s gles/
ENarcotics Anonymous1-
g u EG Mondays, 7 p.m., at St. Luke's
i I Episcopal Church, 1391 SW
JUST Eleventh St. (in the back), Live
.- Oak. Has your life become un-
Manageable because of drugs?
Have you quit a thousand
F S Eg AI lS. OFTE times? No fees to join. You are
I L OF S* EDDIEC ROR OF UI a member when you say you
MYM,-I a1E- ToRE ARE are. Everything said during the
E SEIL.E AM -... meeting is confidential.
E E AE T EMAZDA'S MOVE hE i E 0VUNarcotics Anonymous
-.'p.m.; at the Jasper Public Li-
SZ brary.
Over Eaters Anonymous -
t 1E Mondays, 11:35 a.m.-12:50
'T A ? DDA____- p.m., at Suwannee River Re-
S s RI at a s I ugional Library, 129 South, Live
Oak. We care. Info: 386-364-
t "4749.
Quarterback Club. Meeting
Mondays,'6:30 p.m.; at Old
I Nettie Baisden school next to
S.the football stadium.
Square Dance Vagabond
"'" "JA MIY TA .Squares, Thursdays, 7-9:30
p.m., St. Luke's Episcopal
S I,,Church, Newbern Road. Info:
Loyce Harrell, 386-963-3225
,-- or Ralph Beekman, 386-752-
-' GREIT' 2544.
$ ARE Suwannee River Riding
lNSENI! Club Membership fee $25 per
year. Team roping first and
I IH f third Friday night. Speed
__._ _events first and third Saturday
night. Info: 386-935-2622.
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'05 M-AZ.MW#1P- 'B5 .MAZDA 61 1400 -2 ". shop Chorus Tuesdays, 7
_____._ _ p.m., Crapps Meeting Room,
Suwannee River Regional Li-
L -brary, US 129 South, Live Oak;
.1 Info: Fred Phillips, 386-362-
weigTOPS Take Off Pounds
lEY "Sensibly; Thursdays; 8:30 a.m.
IIIIHWAY 90 WEST, 112 MILE PAST 1-75 I lAKE c 1 weigh-in; meeting 9 a.m.; Live
Oak Community Church of
-'SALES HOURS: ,God; Info: Barbara, 386-362-
SSATURDAY 8:50AM-5PM 5933; Pat, 386-935-3720.
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