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'In the days of Robin Hood'


24th annual Hoggetowne Medieval
Faire coming to Alachua County
North Florida Focus


1-year-old Allen Bovd suits up for 2010


among the


injured


in crash

2 adults, teen
are also hurt
By Stephenie
Livingston
stephenie.Iivingston
@gaflnews.com

An auto accident in
Lafayette County Mon-
day afternoon left a 1-
year-old, a teenager and
two adults seriously in-
jured.
D a 1 e a n n a
Ducksworth, 32, was
eastbound on SW Old
Salt Road in a 1997 Ford
two-door while passen-
ger Sarah Elliott, 27,
held 1-year-old
Nathaniel Elliot on her
lap, according to Florida
Highway Patrol reports.
Ducksworth failed to
yield when turning left
onto CR 300, said FHP,
and collided with the
left front of a Hyundai
4-door driven by Heidi
Hendrick, 16.
Hendrick's car skid-
ded nearly 30 feet be-
fore the collision, re-
ports show. Upon im-
pact, Ducksworth's ve-
hicle spun 180 degrees
before coming to a rest
on the west shoulder of
CR 300 while Hen-
drick's car rotated
counter clockwise and
stopped in the intersec-
tion of CR-300 and SW
Old Salt Road.
All involved were
rushed to Shands UF
with serious injuries.
Ducksworth was
charged with failure to
yield right of way, wear
a seat belt and use child
restraint, FHP said. Re-

SEE 1-YEAR-OLD, PAGE 6A

Couple charged

in copper thefts

at prison annex
By Stephenie
Livingston
stephenie.livingston
@gaflnews.com

A Mayo couple was ar-
rested after an investiga-
tion into a theft at Mayo
Correctional Institute
Annex. Brandon Ingram
and Taelore Thomas
were arrested on Jan. 6
after the pair took multi-
ple spools of new copper
wire from the construc-
tion site at Mayo CIA on
Jan. 5, according to
Lafayette County Sher-

SEE COUPLE, PAGE 7A





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Incumbent congressman discusses healthcare,
and politics in a candid interview with the


By Carnell Hawthorne Jr.
carnell.hawthorne@gaflnews.com

Congressman Allen Boyd
paid a visit to the Mayo Free


Press recently with the mes-
sage that the needs and
wants of his constituency are
at the heart of his decision-
making for 2010, specifically


energy policy
Free Press


on hot button issues such as
healthcare reform and energy
policy. He also addressed re-
districting and his own re-
election bid.


Boyd


Congressman Allen Boyd meets with constituents following an August town hall meeting in Mayo. Healthcare
dominated the debate. Photo: Stephenie Livingston


Wintry streak is



worst in years

MBy Stephenie Livingston
stephenie.Iivingston@gaflnews.com

40. A week and a half of frigid weather,
S with temperatures often falling into the
teens, is beginning to take its toll on lo-
cal residents, crops and livestock.


SEE WINTRY, PAGE 7A


COLD SNAP
Area temperatures, Jan. 2-11


TOP, ABOVE: Icy temperatures have persisted for 11 straight
days throughout the Suwannee River Valley. Photo: Jamie McCall


Date
Jan. 2
Jan. 3
Jan. 4
Jan. 5
Jan. 6
Jan. 7
Jan. 8
Jan. 9
Jan. 10
Jan. 11


Low
28.46
23.25
21.68
23.88
18.57
18.30
32.04
22.36
18.72
14.52


High
51.31
41.87
47.43
43.80
48.11
58.08
46.27
37.75
41.28
48.88


Source: Ui .- ; of Florida Institute of Food and
Agricultural Sciences ;;; , .. .. ; '


Boyd, a Democrat, ad-
dressed his November vote
against the healthcare reform
bill, which passed in the
House, 220-215. Reiterating
his four criteria for healthcare
reform "cost, coverage,
choice, and fiscal responsibil-
ity" he said the cost of the
current bill was of greatest
concern.
"How do you wring the
cost out of the whole medical
system?" he asked.
Boyd said the rising price
of healthcare services is sim-
ply too great for the average
SEE ALLEN, PAGE 7A


Lafayette

VFD says

thanks
The Lafayette County
Volunteer Fire Depart-
ment would like to thank
the following people
who so kindly and gen-
erously made monetary
contributions for our re-
cent "Christmas Boxes
for Soldiers" drive:

Lafayette County
Commissioners
Supervisor of Elections
Office
Lafayette County State
Bank
Drummond Bank
Main Street cafe
Judge Darien Jackson

SEE LAFAYETTE, PAGE 7A

Branford
Dental Office
celebrates
20th
anniversary
The doctors and staff
of Branford Dental Of-
fice invite our patients
and friends to join us in
celebrating our 20th an-
niversary. We will have
an open house on Jan. 21,
from 5 to 7 p.m. Refresh-
ments will be served.

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Heart Matters


I am intrigued by tra-
ditions and the histories
behind them. By defini-
tion a tradition is "an in-
herited, established or
customary pattern of
thought, action or be-
havior; the handing
down of information, be-
liefs and customs by
word of mouth or by ex-
ample from one genera-
tion to another without
written instructions."
Some traditions that are
familiar are blowing out
candles on your birth-
day, eating turkey on
Thanksgiving, and re-
ceiving a watch at retire-
ment. Some are cultural,
like cutting off a guy's
shirttail for shooting, but
missing a deer (it's a
shame thing). Even bet-
ter are those that are ex-
clusive to individual
families, at our house I
change the linens on our
beds the day we leave
for a vacation so that our
first night back in our
own beds is an extra


wonderful thing! My
family loves and appre-
ciates this!
Because traditions
usually aren't written
down, their histories of-
ten get lost. We may
continue to do them,
without knowing why.
For example, I have
blown out candles on
my cake every time I cel-
ebrate my 29th birthday,
and have no idea why
that is so important,
what I do know is that
lately it seems to take a
lot more air!
I was delighted recent-
ly to stumble across an
explanation in the Bible
for a tradition that we
still partially keep in our
culture. In 1 Corinthians
11, the Apostle Paul dis-
cusses the origin of the
custom during his day of
women wearing a head
covering during wor-
ship, while men took
their hats off. This cus-
tom began as a way to
show the line of authori-


ty (not a line of superior-
ity) in the home, as des-
ignated by God. The
Message Bible translates
verses 3 and 9 like this:
"In a marriage relation-
ship, there is authority
from Christ to husband,
and from husband to
wife, by these symbolic
acts (of covering and un-
covering the head) men
and women, who far too
often butt heads with
each other, submit their
"heads" to the Head:
God." So when a man
takes his hat off, he is
symbolically submitting
his authority to God as
his head. In the same
way, a woman would
cover her head, to show
her submission to her
husband's authority un-
der Christ.
Before all you men
hound your wives,
about wearing their
head-coverings to
church, what in the
world do you think that
half-inch of hairspray is


for?! All joking aside,
understanding that this
was a custom during
Paul's day keeps us free
from a legalistic ap-
proach that would
"force" women to wear
head covering and men
to remove theirs, but I
love the history of this.
My husband is a hat-
wearer, whose Mama
taught him that it was
the respectful thing to do
to remove his hat in a
building, at the dinner
table or when a prayer is
offered. As his wife, the
passage in 1 Corinthians
is priceless to me, be-
cause nothing brings me
more security or a will-
ingness to submit to his
authority as the leader in
our home, than to know
that he will turn around
and submit that authori-
ty to Christ. So to all you
husbands and dads who
are willing to be the
leaders in your family,
and submit to Christ,
hats off to you!


Because Every Heart
Matters, Angie


f.ibi~.


Seeds from
Abe Lincoln wasn't a
handsome man. He often
joked about his homeli-
ness.
Once, in a debate, Dou-
glas, a rival, called him
"two-faced."
Lincoln turned to the
crowd and said, "I leave
it to you. If I had two
faces, would I be wearing
this one?"
But there are some who


the Sower 2
have two faces. They're
saints abroad, but devils
at home; they're fair
without, but foul within.
You'll find hypocrites
in commerce as well as in
church. But there's one
place where you'll not
find hypocrites in heav-
en.
The Bible says, "The
hypocrites" hope shall
perish."


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THURSDAY, JANUARY 14,2010


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THURSDAY, JANUARY 14, 2010 THE MAYO FREE PRESS, Mayo, FL -~ PAGE 3A


ANOTHER NEW
David H. Matier,
Doctor of Pastoral
Counseling
"mailto:dmatier@
windstream.net"

All the presents
have been
opened, the trash
has been picked up, the good;
decorations have been have e
taken down. The New in sorm
Year's parties are over cause
and the family and chase
friends have gone home with F
(or you have made it safe- cross.
ly back to your home). Noti
What now? Another year of cha
is beginning. Another reads,
opportunity to make have r
something of your life; to oursel
work on that dream; to not in
get it all together. Here i
On the back of a coun- man's
selor's office door once you v
hung a picture frame that s
with a quote that said, you tha
"The saddest words in all the
the English language: 'I keep
wish I had done it differ- things
ently.'" He would tell his would
clients to use that as a God ai
springboard to think ly lead
about how they would you
act next time the situation
presented itself rather A
than an occasion to sit
and sulk about the mat- The
ter. And you have had woulc
some failure in the past of the
year. Maybe you have ticipat
failed God and said to gels o
yourself, "Why go on. and re
He just couldn't love me Also e
anymore!" So you tribute
haven't been back to wonder
church. Your wife has to Eve]
get up and take the chil- partic!
dren by herself while Minis]
your son asks her, "Why are als
do I have to go, Daddy sponsor
doesn't go?" So you've thanks
just quit serving Him. at May
You've quit leading your helping
family in devotions be- the gil
cause you don't feel like Miche
you've been the man of put th
the house the example the M
to your children that you The
should have been or once nesses
were. Guess what? God, giving
in His love for you, has tion o
made provision for your angel
imperfections: "If we gift:
confess our sins, He is Hair
faithful and just to for- Miche
give us our sins, and to Whi
cleanse us from all un- Farr
righteousness," (I John J &
1:9). The Bible tells you in May
black and white He will Nap
forgive any sin you com- May
mitted against Him when Lafa
you confess it" not only B&BI
the sins you know you've Doll
committed but even the
ones you weren't aware
of ...and to cleanse you
from all unrighteous-
ness." That is God's
grace and mercy at work Toll
He forgives you of that Visit
you confess and goes a Frid
step farther. ISN'T THAT Sun
JUST LIKE GOD? 1 Fr
Now who was the
Apostle John writing to in A
I John? He was writing to
Christians and this is R
made clear in I John 5:13, A
"These things have I writ-
ten unto you that believe Fri. &
on the name of the Son of Sunda
God; that ye may know Corn
that ye have eternal life, Av
and that ye may believe Tool
on the name of the Son of
God." If you are a Chris-
tian today it is because 'EU
you have believed on the (Li


YEAR IS
Lord Jesus
Christ. And if
you have you
can say, based on
the Word of God,
"I know I have
eternal life." -
But it is not be-
cause you are
not because you
earned eternal life
Le way but it is be-
Jesus Christ pur-
1 your salvation
His blood on the

ce verses 8 and 10
ipter 1. Verse 8
"If we say that we
no sin we deceive
ves, and the truth is
us," (I John 1:8).
it is talking about
old sin nature that
rere born with -
something within
at you have to fight
time in order to
from doing the
that you know
be displeasing to
nd could eventual-
to your ruin. This
inherited from


BEGINNING
Adam. This is why you
don't have to teach a
baby to say, "No." It just
comes naturally.
And then in verse 10
you'll notice that you not
only have a propensity to
sin but you've actually
sinned. "If we say that
we have not sinned, we
make him a liar, and his
word is not in us," (I
John 1:10). Every Christ-
ian sins and to say other-
wise is to make God a liar
and show ignorance of
His Word. This just sim-
ply magnifies the impor-
tance of being in touch
with God through His
Word and church atten-
dance. Every Christian
man needs to set some
personal goals as far as
reading the Bible and
prayer. Be a hero your
son can look up to and by
being faithful to God
hopefully next year at
this time there will be less
incidents in your life for
which you'll have to say,
"I wish I had done it dif-
ferently."


Great Big Thank You!


Manna House
[ like to thank all
people who par-
ted in taking an-
ff the Angel tree
'turning the gifts.
everyone who con-
ed money were
erful supporters.
ry church who
ipated and the
aerial Association
so appreciated
ors. A special
s to the employees
yo Thriftway for
ng us gather up
fts. Thanks to
le for letting us
e Angel tree up at
ayo Thriftway.
following busi-
s participated by
a money dona-
r by getting an
and returning a

r Designs by
le
te Oak Dairy
n Bureau
J Gas
yo Fertilizer
pa Auto Parts
yo Auto Parts
Lyette State Bank
B Auto Repair
ar General for al-


lowing collection of
Toys for Tots
Barbara's Hair Salon -
Patty Yopp (Nails)
Barbara's Hair Salon -
Barbara Lancaster
First Federal Bank
McMillan Law Office
Drummond Bank
Agri-Metal Recycling
Mayo Cafe
Putnal Pine Straw
Central Florida Lands
& Timber
Mayo Hardware
Mayo Custom Cuts
Sandy's Country Curl
Ginger's Smokehouse
Town & Country Ani-
mal Hospital
Bass Assassin
Janie's Thrift Shop
If we have left anyone
out please forgive us.
Also a special thanks to
everyone who partici-
pated in or with the Pi-
oneer Day Chicken and
Rice dinner. You are
special.
Also thanks to Mayo
Free Press for letting us
print our article about
Angel Tree so everyone
would know about it.
Gloria Johnson and
the Mayo Manna House
family


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LHS says THE ANNUAL OLD

"Thank You" TIMERS' REUNION


Lafayette High
School staff would like
to extend their sincere
appreciation for your
generous contributions
that helped make their
3rd annual Christmas
party a huge success.
A delicious meal was
provided, followed by
the "Scottish gift Sex-
change." With cash
contributions or prod-
uct donations gifts
were purchased/pro-
vided for the staff.
Lafayette State Bank
Drummond Com-
munity Bank
LJ's Steakhouse
Thriftway
J&J Gas
W.R. Williams Dist.
B&B Auto
Lillie's Fashions
Mayo Hornet Hose
Hair Designs
Byrd's Power Equip-
ment
Farm Bureau


Lafayette Babe Ruth
baseball/softball
registration and tryouts
Lafayette Babe Ruth
baseball/softball regis-
tration and tryouts will
be on January 23, 2010
from 1 3 at the Edward
Perry Sports Complex.
Registration fee will be
$60. After January 23rd a
late registration fee of
$10 will be added. For
more information con-
tact Monica Land @ 208-
1218.

Lafayette Babe Ruth is
also asking for anyone
that is interested in tak-
ing pictures for the
league to notify Monica
Land.


(If you remember the free show, you're an old timer)
Here is another excerpt from AS WE REMEMBER,
a book by the LHS 1943 graduating class which is
this year's door prize. In a paragraph about starting
school in Mayo, Roger Medlock writes:
"I believe at that time I was in the sixth grade. I
wore the despicable corduroy knickers that
squeaked when I walked and it was immediately as-
sumed that I was a sissy. I quickly found out that my
mode of dress did not in any way please my male
classmates as I was addressed in a very negative
manner during recess. My uncles said I had to fight
when I was attacked!! I did not relish getting
punched in the nose or the interminable black eye!! I
was wounded more than once. My father took me to
'Hatfield's Department Store' where I obtained the
necessary clothing to survive in!"

Please Join Us and Bring a Covered Dish
When: February 27, 2010
Where: Mayo Community Center
Time: Start Arriving About 11 A.M.



Be a star with the NFCC


Sentinel Upstage Players!


North Florida Com-
munity College invites
the public to audition for
the NFCC Sentinel Up-
stage Players' spring
term production of "The
Iliad, the Odyssey and
all of Greek Mythology
in 99 Minutes or Less."
The hilarious comedy,
written by Jay Hopkins
and John Hunter, quick-
ly spins all the tales of
Greek Mythology love
stories are turned into a
dating show, the Greek
Tragedies are sports
highlights and the re-
sults are hysterical.
Several male and fe-
male roles are available
for individuals ages 15
and older. Open audi-
tions will be held on
Monday, Jan. 25 at 7
p.m. at the Van H. Priest
Auditorium located on


the NFCC campus in
Madison, Fla. No ad-
vance preparations are
necessary, just show up
ready to audition. Re-
hearsals for the play will
begin Feb. 1 and will be
held each Monday and
Wednesday until show
time. Show dates are
April 22-24, 2010. For
those not seeking a spot
on the stage, there will
also be opportunities to
help backstage.
For more information
contact play director
Denise Bell at (850) 973-
9481 or email
belld@nfcc.edu. More in-
formation about the
NFCC Sentinel Upstage
Players is also available
at www.nfcc.edu
> (keyword: Communi-
ty Theater).


Register Now!

Automotive Tech

or Auto Body

Repair

Earn your ASE today!
Classes start January 21st

Call (386) 647-4210
to schedule TABE test

SUWANNEE-
HAMILTON
TECHNICAL CENTER
415 S.W. Pinewood Dr.,
Live Oak, FL 32064
FINANCIAL AID IS AVAILABLE AND ACCEPTED. APPROVED
FOR VA TRAINING BENEFITS. ACCREDITED BY THE
COUNCIL ON OCCUPATIONAL EDUCATION, INC.


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LaTayette I--A Jr. ana br. umicer Beam witn ivir. unUCK uana, an employee oT iviorrissey
Dairy.


Lafayette FFA Thanks


Pfizer Animal Health and


Pfizer Animal Health
participates in an FFA
Support Program that
enables veterinarian,
deal and distributor
companies to contribute
1,.. of their product pur-
chases from July 1 to
September 30, 2009 to
the local FFA Chapter of
their choice. Morrissey


Dairy Supply has chosen
to participate in this pro-
gram this year and in
years past and the
Lafayette FFA has re-
ceived the donation.
This year, $859.00 was
donated through the
program which will go
towards assisting the
chapter in upcoming


Jan. 18.22, 2010
Mon. Tues. Wed. Thurs. Fri.
18th 19th 20th 21st 22nd


Cereal,
Crackers,

Popcorn
Chicken,
Macaroni &
Cheese,
Sweet Green
Peas, Pineapple
Tidbits, Milk
Sausage Biscuit,
Yogurt,
Cereal,
Crackers,
Juice, Milk
Turkey Sandwich,
Lettuce & Pickle,
Chips,
Apples,
Orange-Pineapple
Juice,
Milk


Cereal,
Crackers,

Chill,
Salad,
Crackers,
Fruit Cocktail,
Milk
Pancake,
Sausage Patty,

Turkey Sandwich,
Lettuce & Pickle,
Chips,
Apples,
Orange-Pineapple
Juice,
Milk


NO
SCHOOL
FOR
STUDENTS
TEACHER'S
RECORD
DAY


Supply!

events like National FFA
Week, the Florida State
Fair, the Suwannee Val-
ley Youth Livestock
Show and Sale, as well as
the upcoming Annual
Lafayette FFA Banquet.
The chapters would
like to show their deepest
appreciation to Morris-
sey Dairy Supply for par-
ticipating in the program
which shows their sup-
port of this great organi-
zation and the future
leaders of this communi-
ty.


Lafayette
residents make
North Florida
Community
College
Dean's list
North Florida Com-
munity College released
the Dean's honor roll
naming students with
high academic achieve-
ment for the fall 2009
term. Six Lafayette
County students are on
the Dean's list.
Dean's List:
Emily E. Dees
D. Hurst
Leigha L. Scott
Justin M. Starling
Ashley M. Swinson
Hannalora M.
Williamson
Students earning a
grade point average of
3.5 to 3.79 are eligible for
the Dean's honor list.
Students must take at
least 12 credit hours dur-
ing the semester or, as
part-time students, com-
plete a 12-credit hour
segment during the
term.
For information con-
tact the Office of College
Advancement, 850/973-
1653 or email
News@NFCC.edu.


ARRA- CSBG
Case Manager Lafayette / Taylor County
Responsible for client case records, client assessments
case plans, and case management for low-income
individuals.
Special Qualifications: Bondable, 4-yr degree in
Social Service or related field, 2 year Case
Management/Job Development experience exchange
for education. Must be a resident of the SREC, Inc.
service area.
Submit Resume to:
Suwannee River Economic Conucil, Inc.,
P.O. Box 70, Live Oak, FL 32064
386-362-4115 Voice/TDD
Affirmative Action Employer
Deadline: Jan. 27, 2010 12pm 5714569mdv


Do You Have Questions

About Medicare?
Do you have questions about Medicare or
Medicare/Medicaid, Supplemental Insurance,
Part D Prescription Drug Plans, or Medicare
Billings? If you do, come see SHINE, a volunteer
program with the Florida Department of Elder Af-
fairs for one-on-one counseling.
SHINE provides free, unbiased and confidential
assistance. If you cannot come to a site or want to
know a site close to you, call the Elder Helpline at 1-
800-262-2243.
SHINE's next site is on: Thurs, Jan 14, 1:30-3:30
p.m. Live Oak Public Library
Fri, Jan 15, 10-Noon Branford Public Library


H1N1 Flu Vaccines Available to Enrolled Veterans


Flu season is still with
us. In an effort to reduce
the impact of the 2009
H1N1 flu and connected
illness, eligible veterans
may obtain a flu vacci-
nation at the Lake City
VA Medical Center lo-
cated at 619 S. Marion
Avenue.
"This is an especially
challenging influenza
season this year," stated
Dr. Lew Radonovich,
Director of the VA Na-
tional Center for Occu-
pational Health and In-
fection Control. "Many
people have suffered se-
vere consequences from


the flu. It is important
for Veterans to get the
H1N1 flu shot, especial-
ly those who might be
pregnant, or have med-
ical conditions such as
asthma, chronic lung
disease, heart disease,
diabetes, or weakened
immune systems." He
added, "Flu season is
still with us. Don't let
your guard down."
Flu vaccine is the best
measure of protection
from influenza virus.
For more information
please call 386-755-3016
or Toll Free 800-308-
8387.


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Phone: (386) 362-1734 Fax: (386) 362-6827






Myra Regan, Robert Bridges, Linda Smith,
Publisher Group Editor Manager

Annual subscription rate:
$17 in county / $25 out of county
Periodicals postage paid at Live Oak, Florida
POSTMASTER: Send address changes to:
The Mayo Free Press
P.O. Box 370
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Office located at 211 Howard St. East, Live Oak, FL
Editorial Policy: The Mayo Free Press encourages readers to write letters to the
editor expressing their opinion. All letters should be brief and to the point and those
selected for publication (we reserved the right to accept or reject all letters) may be
edited for space reasons. Letters must be signed and include the writer's address and
phone number to be considered for publication. All letters become the property of
The Mayo Free Press.


SUWA';iN:r- B
H-U TON L
TECHNICAL CENTER

415 S.W. Pinewood Dr.
Live Oak, FL 32064
(386) 647-4210


Saturday, January 30th
Mayo Commrnity Center, 9amn3pm
Call Chris Vann at 386-294-1279
for more information.







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111111 DANGEROUS! IIIIIIIIIIIiNOT WANTED! 11/III


* If a container leaks, pack it in a larger container with an
absorbent material such as cat litter or oil absorbent.
* Do not mix different or unknown materials together.
* Containers MUST be labeled.
* If you cannot identify the contents then label it unknown.
* Pack the containers in boxes with dividers.


* Explosives such as ammunition, dynamite and
blasting agents.
* Reactives such as crystallized ethers, picric acid
and sodium and phosphorus metals.
* Radioactive or infectious wastes.


572368-F


Building

Construction

Open

Enrollment

Call

386-647-4210

for more

information.



HAMILTON
TECHNICAL CENTER

415 S.W. Pinewood Dr.
Live Oak, FL 32064
(386) 647-4210


Serving Madison, Jefferson,

Taylor & Lafayette Counties

Auto, Life, Health, Home








Freddy Pitts, Agency Manager

Jimmy King, Agent
Glen King, Agent
233 W. Base St. Madison
(850) 973-4071

Freddy Pitts Glen King, Agent
105 W. Anderson St. Monticello
(850) 997-2213

Freddy Pitts Ryan Perry, Agent
813 S. Washington St. Perry
(850) 584-2371

Freddy Pitts Lance Braswell, Agent
Lafayette County Mayo, FL
(386) 294-1399

24/7 Claim Service: 1-866-275-7322

'N i sI ,atw I I I: 'es


Morrissey Dairy


Breakfast
Elem.
School
Lunch
Elem.
School

Breakfast
High
School
Lunch
Scigh
School


NO
SCHOOL
FOR
STUDENTS
OR
STAFF
MARTIN
LUTHER
KING
HOLIDAY


Cereal,
Crackers,
Yogurt,
Juice, Milk
Hot Dog,
Coleslaw,
French Fnes,
Diced
Peaches,
Milk
French Toast,
Yogurt,
Cereal,
Biscuits,
Juice, Milk

French Fries,
Lettuce, Tomato,
Pickle, Carrot &
Celery Sticks,
Apple Juice,
Orange Wedges,
Cowboy Cookies,
Milk


Breakfast will now be provided at LHS each morning beginning at 7:45 a.m.
Sponsored By: Mayo Thiftway

41 Hwy 27 294-1165 570872-F


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m U ru 'Back to Work' Program


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Local employers do not have to wait to hire work-
ers. Newly created jobs and employment of eligible
jobseekers may qualify businesses for sorely needed
assistance in meeting payroll. Florida Back to Work
will reimburse eligible new employees' wages. This
program can be accessed locally through Workforce
who is partnering with Agency for Workforce Inno-
vation (AWI), the Florida Department of Children
and Families (DCF), and Workforce Florida, Inc
(WFI). Private, non-profit and governmental em-
ployers are all eligible for this program. By taking
advantage of Back to Work, employers can increase
their staff without a significant increase in cost; put
local residents back to work and money back into
-- our local economy
Workforce assists jobseekers and employers in
Hamilton, Jefferson, Lafayette, Madison, Suwannee
and Taylor Counties. Guidelines for this program
are available on Aiwa's website ( HYPERLINK
S "http:/ / www.floridajobs.org/workforce / back-
towork/" or by calling the Workforce office at 866-
212-9618 or 973-2672. Employers with one job open-
ing or several job openings are encouraged to apply.
Subsidized positions may be funded through Sep-
tember 30th, 2010. The subsidized position must be
a permanent job and the employer must have the in-
tention of retaining employees with a satisfactory job
performance. Workforce would like to receive em-
ployer requests prior to January 14th, 2010.
"Our local employers are all too familiar with the
unemployment rate that has been hovering around
11,.. for Florida and even higher in some of our
North Florida Counties," Sheryl Rehberg, Executive
Director of North Florida Workforce Development
Board, said.


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Lafayette County Schools
Holidays and Exams
Lafayette District Schools will be closed on
Monday, January 18, 2010 in observance of Mar-
tin Luther King Day.
Semester Exams at Lafayette High School will
be on Wednesday, January 20, 2010 and on
Thursday, January 21, 2010. On these days stu-
dents will be released early at 1 p.m.
There will be no school for students at
Lafayette District Schools on Friday, January 22,
2010 due to a Teacher Records Day.
There will be no school for students at
Lafayette District Schools on Monday, January
25, 2010 due to a Professional Development Day.


Trouble hearing over the phone?
Lafayette County Public Library in Mayo, will be
hosting the program for specialized phones for peo-
ple with hearing loss and speech disabilities on Jan-
uary 25, 12 2 p.m. To qualify, you must be able to
show proof of permanent residence and disability.
We look forward to seeing you at Lafayette Coun-
ty Library, located 120 NE Crawford St. Mayo,
phone: 376-294-1021. For more information call: 1-
800-222-3448 or 1-888-292-1950.


Lafayette Apartments
Hurry in and apply at "The
Best Place to Live!" Rental
Assistance, 1, 2, & 3 BR. HC
& Non-HC accessible
apartments. Laundry facility
& playground. We pay water,
sewer & garbage. Mayo, FL.
Ph: 386-294-2720, TDD/TTY
711. Equal Housing
Opportunity 571522-F


Advertise your YARD SALE,
VEHICLES OR UNWANTED
ITEMS IN THE CLASSIFIED.
Call (386) 362-1734 or
1-800-525-4182 to place
your ad today






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Samford University
graduates 227 seniors
Samford University graduated 227 seniors
from 19 states and four foreign countries during
Fall commencement, Dec. 12. Dr. Freida H. Hill,
a 1973 honor graduate of Samford who became
chancellor of the Alabama Community College
System Dec. 1, was the speaker.
Samford enrolls 4,658 students from 39 states
and 19 countries. It offers programs in schools of
the arts, arts and sciences, business, divinity, ed-
ucation and professional studies, law, nursing
and pharmacy.

Local graduates:

Eric Stephen Linto, Master of Divinity, Live
Oak.

Colby L. Hooper, Bachelor of Science, Mayo.


Government officials

Directory
Keep up with what goes on in our government and
voice your opinion!

Allen Boyd, Congressman
Washington office:
1227 Longworth House Office Bldg.
Washington, DC 20515
Phone: 202-225-5235
Fax: 202-225-5615


Bill Nelson, Senator
716 Senate Hart Bldg.
Washington, DC 20510
Phone: 202-224-5274
Fax: 202-228-2183

George Lemieux Senator
356 Russell Senate Off. Bldg.
Washington, DC 20510
Phone: 202-224-3041
Fax: 202-228-5171

Rep. Ander Crenshaw
440 Cannon House Off. Bldg.
Washington, DC 20515
Phone: 202-225-5744
Fax: 202-225-3973

Rep. Cliff Stearns
2370 Rayburn House Office Bldg.
Washington, DC 20515
Phone: 202-225-5744
Fax: 202-225-3973


National Certified

MEDICAL

SECRETARY


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Classes start Jan. 21st Classes start Jan. 21st


Call 386-647-4210

to Schedule TABE Test


SUWANNEE-
HAMILTON
TECHNICAL CENTER
415 S.W. Pinewood Dr., Live Oak, FL 32064
FINANCIAL AID IS AVAILABLE AND ACCEPTED. 8
APPROVED FOR VA TRAINING BENEFITS. o
ACCREDITED BY THE COUNCIL ON OCCUPATIONAL EDUCATION, INC.


Branford Camera Club
The Branford Camera Club will meet at the Bran-
ford Public Library on Thursday, January 21. RE-
MEMBER, our NEW STARTING TIME is 7 PM. This
month's program will be on "Camera Basics," the first
of three workshops designed to get 2010 off to a quick
"Photographic" start! February's program will cover
basic composition; and the March program will intro-
duce participants to three areas of specialty photogra-
phy: portrait, nature, and pet/animal photos. Mem-
bers can request mentors for other areas of specialty
photography such as kids, architecture, etc.
"Camera Basics" will show you how to immediately
set up your camera and start taking pictures. Dick
Madden, a local retired professional photographer,
will introduce the program with a brief presentation to
acquaint you with how a camera works, including an
overview of how to do the initial setup. Other Camera
Club members will then help each of you become fa-
miliar (or more familiar) with your own camera. Bring
your camera and instruction manual with you!!!
The Branford Camera Club is open to all area resi-
dents. Our membership includes folks with a range of
experience, film or digital, from novice to professional.
There are no membership dues; only an interest in
photography is required. The group meets at the Bran-
ford Public Library on the 3rd Thursday of each
month, with two exceptions. We have no meeting in
August, and our December meeting is held on the 2nd
Thursday to accommodate the busy Holiday season.
For more information, please call one of the follow-
ing:
Carolyn Hogue, Program Chair, 386-935-2044
Dick Bryant, Technical Consultant, 386-935-1977
Dick Madden, Technical Consultant, 386-935-0296
Skip Weigel, Technical Consultant, 386-935-1382
Thanks,
Carolyn Hogue
Program Chair
dchogue@windstream.net
386-935-2044

Silviculture BMPs for
Winter Forestry Operations


Timber managers
across the State are hap-
py to see the cold weath-
er move in. Why? Be-
cause, the cold tempera-
tures cause pine planta-
tions to go dormant and
this is important be-
cause dormant trees are
less likely to suffer dam-
age during winter pre-
scribed burning and
stand thinning. Winter
prescribed burning is of-
ten routinely conducted
in pine plantations to re-
duce dangerous fuel
loads which could dam-
age or even kill valuable
trees if they burn during
a spring wildfire when
the pines are actively
growing. It is also a pop-
ular time to conduct
thinning harvests be-
cause there is less
chance of residual
stands suffering from
stress damage. Winter
also ushers in the annual
planting season for pine
plantations. The
seedlings suffer less
stress when they are
planted in winter and
spring root growth pre-
pares them for summer
droughts.
No matter what type
of ongoing forestry op-
erations you are con-
ducting this winter, it is
important that you im-
plement the appropriate
Silviculture Best Man-
agement Practices
(BMPs). Silviculture Best
Management Practices
are considered the mini-
mum standards neces-


sary for protecting the
State's water quality
during all bonafide on-
going forestry opera-
tions. They represent a
balance between overall
natural resource protec-
tion and forest utiliza-
tion. However Silvicul-
ture Best Management
Practices are not applic-
able on timber harvest-
ing activities for any
purposes other than on-
going forestry, such as
land clearing for pasture
establishment, develop-
ment, etc.
Silviculture Best Man-
agement Practices pro-
tect the State's natural
resources from the
degradation and sedi-
mentation that can
sometimes occur during
forestry operations.
They also help to pro-
vide shelter and food for
aquatic organisms as
well as many wildlife
and plant species. Silvi-
culture BMPs should be
applied on all bonafide
ongoing forestry opera-
tions, especially those in
close proximity to wa-
terbodies, wetlands, and
sinkholes.
For more information
on Silviculture Best
Management Practices
or to get free assistance
implementing Silvicul-
ture Best Management
Practices on your prop-
erty call Robin Holland,
Silviculture BMP
Forester with the Florida
Division of Forestry at
352-732-1273.


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Mayo Legals

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
IN AND FOR LAFAYETTE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
CIRCUIT CIVIL NO. 2009-CA-126
RALPH COGAN and
ALICE COGAN, his wife,
Plaintiffs,
vs.
ROBERT E. JOHNSON, JR., DAVID E.
JOHNSON and THOMAS MAIER, et al.
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
To:
Robert E. Johnson, Jr.,
PO. Box 510,
Lenardtown, MD 20650
David E. Johnson,
PO. Box 515,
Spring City, UT 84662-0515
Thomas Maier, deceased
and all other unknown parties claiming by,
through, under and against the above
named defendants who are not known to
be dead or alive, whether said unknown
parties may claim an interest as spouses,
heirs, devisees, grantees or other
claimants whomsoever having or claiming
to have any right, tile or interest in and to
the following described real property in-
terests in Lafayette County, Florida, to wit:
The East 1/2 of Lot 19, Suwannee River
Country, according to the map or plat
thereof, as recorded in Plat Book A, page
35, of the Public Records of Lafayette
County, Florida.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to
quiet title to the above real property in
Lafayette County, Florida, has been filed
against you and you are required to serve
a copy of your written defenses to it, if
any, on the Plaintiff's attorney, whose
name and address is: H. Michael Evans,
Esquire at 20702 W Pennsylvania Av-
enue, Dunnellon, FL 34431, and file the
original with the clerk of this court on or
before January 15, 2010 otherwise, a
judgment may be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the Complaint.
Witness my hand and seal of this Court
on this 9th day of December, 2009.
Rick Lyons
Clerk of Court,
PRIVATE Lafayette County
PO. Box 88
Mayo, FL 32066
BY: Hannah Owens
As Deputy Clerk
12/24, 31 1/7, 14


Health Resources and
Services Administration
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC OF FINDING
OF NO SIGNIFICANT IMPACT
The Proposed Mayo Medical Center
Mayo, Florida
In accordance with the National Environ-
mental Policy Act, the Council on Environ-
mental Quality regulations for implement-
ing NEPA (44 CFR Parts 1500 through
1508) and the HHS General Administra-
tion Manual Part 30 Environmental Pro-
tection (February 25, 2000), HRSA has
determined that the proposed new Mayo
Medical Center will have no significant ad-
verse impact on the quality of the human
environment. As a result of this FONSI,
an Environmental Impact Statement will
not be prepared.
The Health Resources and Services Ad-
ministration (HRSA) of the Department of
Health and Human Services (HHS) pro-
vides discretionary grant and cooperative
agreement awards to support health cen-
ters expand their capacity to provide pri-
mary and preventive health care services
to medically underserved populations na-
tionwide.
The North Florida Medical Centers, Inc. of
Tallahassee, Florida, has applied for a
grant under the CIP initiative. The appli-
cant proposes to use CIP funds for the
construction of a new 7500 square foot
medical center in Mayo, Florida, to im-
prove access to quality healthcare to the
underserved and to increase stakeholder
value in a quality work environment. The
applicant has submitted an Environmental
Assessment (EA) that documents impacts
of the proposed action. This EA is incor-
porated by reference into the FONSI.
Additional project information is contained
in the Environmental Assessment for this
project, which is on file at the following ad-
dress for public examination upon request
between the hours of Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday and Friday 8:30 am to 5:30
pm, Thursday 8:30 am to 6:00 pm.
Lafayette County Public Library
Post Office Box 418
120 NE Crawford Street
Mayo, FL 32066
Attn: Cindy Tysall, Library Manager
Phone: (386) 294-1021
No further environmental review of this
project is proposed prior to final approval
from HRSA.
Public Comments
Any individual, group, or agency disagree-
ing with this determination or wishing to
comment on these projects may submit
written comments to the North Florida
Medical Centers, Inc., Attn: Jeff Lawson,
Business Development and Recruitment
Director, 535 John Knox Road, Tallahas-
see, Florida 32303.
HRSA will consider all comments received
within 15 days of this "Notice" prior to final
approval from HRSA.
1/ 14, 21


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
LAFAYETTE COUNTY
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO. 09-169-CA
BANK OF AMERICA, N.A.
Plaintiff,
vs.
RICHARD D. BEASEY A/K/A
RICHARD D. BEASEY II, et al
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO:
RICHARD D. BEASEY A/K/A
RICHARD D. BEASEY II
CURRENT RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS
13200 LAKE MARY RD
ORLANDO, FL 32832
You are notified that an action for Foreclo-
sure of Mortgage covering the following
property in Lafayette County, Florida:
LOT 33, FOREST GLADES SUBDIVI-
SION UNIT 2, ACCORDING TO MAP OR
PLAT THEREOF FILED IN PLAT BOOK
A, PAGE 64, OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF LAFAYETTE COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
commonly known as S E RIVER DRIVE,
BRANFORD, FL 32088 has been filed
against you and you are required to serve
a copy of your written defenses, if any, to
it, on Allison J Brandt of ass, Shuler,
Solomon, Spector, Foyle & Singer, PA.,
plaintiff's attorney whose address is PO.
Box 800, Tampa, Florida 3361, (813)229-
0900, on or before 2/5/10, (or 30 days
from the first date of publication, which
ever is later) and file the original with the
Clerk of this Court either before service
on the Plaintiff's attorney or immediately
thereafter; otherwise, a default will be en-
tered against you for the relief demanded
in the Complaint.
Dated: 12/30, 2009
SEAL
Ricky Lyons
CLERK OF THE COURT
Honorable Ricky Lyons
PO. Box 88
Mayo, Florida 32066
By: Hannah Owens
Deputy Clerk
If you are a person with a disability who
needs any accommodation in order to
participate in this proceeding, you are en-
titled, at no cost to you, to the provision of
certain assistance. Please contact David
N. Berrien, Leon County Courthouse, Tal-
lahassee, Florida 32301 (850)488-1357
within 2 working days of your receipt of
this notice; if you are hearing or voice im-
paired, call 1-800-955-8771.
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PUBLIC NOTICE
SRWMD/R. 0. Ranch Board
of Directors Meeting
On Friday, January 15, 2010, the R. 0.
Ranch Board of Directors will meet with
the Florida Parks Service at 10:00 a.m. at
the R. 0. Ranch, Inc., Morgan Field Sta-
tion Office, Cooks Hammock, Florida.
The meeting is to discuss the develop-
ment of equestrian facilities on Suwannee
River Water Management District proper-
ties. All meetings, workshops,
and hearings are open to the public.
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NOTICE
CHANGE OF DATE FOR SCHOOL
BOARD MEETING
The Lafayette County School Board will
hold their regular monthly meeting on
Thursday, January 21, 2010 beginning at
6:00 p.m. Meetings are held in the School
Board Administration Building. The public
is invited to attend.
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AGENDA
LAFAYETTE COUNTY SCHOOL
BOARD
REGULAR MEETING,
JANUARY 21, 2010 TIME 6:00 P.M.
Regular School Board meeting, January
21, 2010 in the School Board Administra-
tion Building beginning at 6:00 p.m.
I. CALL TO ORDER
II. APPROVAL OF MINUTES
IIl. RECOGNITIONS/PRESENTATION
A. Student of the Month
IV. CITIZEN INPUT
V. CONSENT ITEMS
A. Personnel:
(1) Recommendations-
Instructional Non-Instructional
(2) Approve request for
illness in the line of duty" leave
B. Approve requests for Garrett DuBose to
attend school in Lafayette County for the
remainder of the 2009-2010 school year
VI. ACTION ITEMS
A. Approve fundraising request submitted
by 6th Grade Class and Drama Class -
Dinner Theater, May 10, 2010, 6:00 p.m.
in LHS Cafetorium
B. Approve Race to the Top Memoran-
dum of Understanding
C. Approve trips: (1) Varsity Girls Basket-
ball Team to participate in MLK, Jr. Classic
in Winterhaven, FL, Jan. 15-16, 2010 (2)
Senior Class Grade Nite in Orlando, FL,
April 16-17, 2010
D. Approve bills for payment
E. Approve budget amendments


VII. ITEMS FOR INFORMATION
A. Transportation Report
B. Principal's Monthly Financial Report on
Internal Funds
C. Purchase Orders
D. Financial Statement
ANY PERSON WHO DECIDES TO AP-
PEAL ANY DECISION MADE BY THE
BOARD WITH RESPECT TO ANY MAT-


TER CONSIDERED AT SUCH MEETING
WILL NEED A RECORD OF THE PRO-
CEEDINGS, AND THAT, FOR SUCH
PURPOSE, HE OR SHE MAY NEED TO
INSURE THAT A VERBATIM RECORD
OF THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE,
WHICH RECORD INCLUDES THE TES-
TIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON
WHICH THE APPEAL IS TO BE BASED.
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Allen Boyd suits up for 2010


Continued From Page 1A puts the
tem in
person to bear. got to f
"About 17 percent of deal w
nearly every person's as it is
salary is spent on health- Back
care. Just 15 years ago, released
that number was 8 per- saying:
cent," he said. "We've against
got to find a way to cut House's
out the waste and elimi- the hea
nate Medicare fraud." not a
He likened an ideal sponsib
system to the way in Rather,
which medical treat- our wo:
ment was handled in the not yet
past. Tuesc
"It's no different than solution
how folks would pay for system
in-home doctors' visits, vices th
but that was in a time ford w
before the big insurance they cai
companies were thrown folks ar
into the equation," he elimina
said. cycle of
"The problem is that treatme
people are constantly The
rendered services that the heal
they cannot afford. pected
Those unpaid services the Ho
are what continually confere


Couple charged

in copper thefts

at prison annex
Continued From Page 1A

iff's Office.
After taking the wire from the
site, Ingram and Thomas allegedly
drove to a wooded area and hid
their vehicle for the evening. Re-
turning the following morning, the
suspects drove to another location
and began burning the plastic
coating from the wire when they
were apprehended by authorities,
according to a sheriff's report.
Authorities say the couple has
been engaged in the theft of copper
wire for several months. They al-
legedly sold the stolen wire to
scrap yards. Both Ingram and
Thomas have been charged with
burglary, grand theft and dealing
in stolen property, reports show.


e healthcare sys-
the red. We've
ind a solution to
ith the problem
now," Boyd said.
in November, he
d a statement
"My vote
H.R. 3962, the
s first attempt at
althcare bill, is
vote against re-
)le reform.
it is a signal that
rk in Congress is
complete."
lay, he said, "the
n is to create a
that renders ser-
at people can af-
with premiums
n pay, and when
re able to pay, it
tes the constant
f unpaid care for
nt."
final version of
lth care bill is ex-
to come before
*use and Senate
nce committee


sometime before Febru-
ary.
Boyd wouldn't rule
out the possibility that
the final draft would
meet with his approval.
"I don't think it's out
of reach, but we've got
to work on the cost
side," Boyd said.
The conversation
quickly shifted from
health care to energy as
Boyd addressed his vote
in favor of cap and trade
legislation last June.
Under cap and trade, a
limit, or cap, would be
placed on emissions of
greenhouse gases such
as carbon dioxide. It's
thought that some com-
panies will find ways to
become more efficient
and emit less of these
gases. Others will wish
to exceed the limits of
their permits.
That's where the
"trade" part of cap and
trade kicks in: The more


efficient companies can
sell their permits to the
less efficient, thus allow-
ing the free market to
aid in reducing emis-
sions.
It's a controversial
stand for many, but
Boyd stands by his vote.
He said true environ-
mental change requires
an economic incentive.
"We have to influence
people through the tax
code to change their be-
havior," he said.
The bill passed in the
House, but the Senate
has not yet taken up the
matter.
Boyd also addressed
his reelection bid, specif-
ically his decision to
start running campaign
ads last fall.
"It's expected to be a
tough race," he said.
Though some early
polls have favored Al
Lawson, a state senator
from Tallahassee par-


Wintry streak is


worst in years


Continued From Page 1A

Freeze warnings have been
issued nearly every night since
New Year's weekend, but the
worst may soon be behind us.
The National Weather Service
says tonight's night's low will
be 37, followed by 49 Friday.
The warmer weather could
be accompanied by rain,
which often means a drop in
the mercury. However, Flori-
da State University climatolo-
gist David Zierden said the
consensus among his col-
leagues is that warmer tem-
peratures will return next
week.
"The cold snap is the result
of a series of cold fronts that


have brought arctic air mass-
es," Zierden told the Free
Press. "There has been a pat-
tern of persistent troughing
since the first of January."
Zierden said the front that
brings the rain may break up
that pattern.
The current cold snap is the
longest since 1989 when freez-
ing temperatures lasted for
two weeks. In January 1985, a
severe freeze in northern and
central Florida resulted in
about $1.2 billion in damage to
the citrus industry, according
to the National Oceanic and
Atmospheric Administration's
National Environmental,
Satellite, Data, and Informa-
tion Service.


ticularly after Boyd's
vote against the health
care reform bill it's no
secret that one key to
victory for Boyd is visi-
bility.
"I aim to stay out in
the district," he said.
Boyd also spoke about
the possible future con-
figuration of that dis-
trict.
Every ten years, after
the census, state legisla-
tures redraw the bound-
aries of congressional
and state legislative dis-
tricts.
However, some think
the system has broken
down, producing
bizarrely shaped dis-
tricts that put folks with
few common interests in
the same voting bloc.
A group called Fair
Districts Florida says it
wants to change that,
and Boyd's all for it. Un-
der a proposed state con-
stitutional amendment,
districts would have to
be "contiguous ... com-
pact, as equal in popula-
tion as feasible, and
where feasible must


Lafayet

says t

Continued From Page 1A

Sandy's Country Curl
Darryl and Esther
Springer
J&J Gas
Baughn and Linda
Holloway
Subs N More
Tim Walker
Sheriff Bryan Lamb
Two Sisters BBQ

On Monday, Dec. 14,
2009, 25 boxes were
mailed to a military unit
in Afghanistan for
Christmas. Through the


t

ti


make use of existing city,
county and geographical
boundaries."
Boyd expressed a sim-
ilar sentiment on the
Blue Dog Coalition Web
site back in July.
"Redrawing congres-
sional district maps for
political gain divides
communities, polarizes
voters along partisan
lines and silences the
constituency," he wrote.
"Congressional districts
should represent com-
munities of interest
without regard to party
affiliation so that the
American people can be
truly and effectively rep-
resented."
At the end of the day,
Boyd remains optimistic
about Florida's future
and his own.
He leaned forward,
pulled his Congressional
voting card from his
pocket, and pointed at
the title just above his
name.
"This seat doesn't be-
long to a person, it be-
longs to the folks," he
smiled.


teVFD

hanks

contributions of every-
one who donated, we
were able to pack these
boxes for your unrelent-
ing kindness, as again,
without YOU there
would be no US. On be-
half of the Lafayette
County Volunteer Fire
Department we would
like to wish each and
everyone a very happy,
healthy and safe holiday
season.
Chief William Robinson
Lafayette County
Volunteer Fire
Department


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JOY TO THE WORLD


LHS PREVENTION CLASSES


lKindergarten students with the cards and candy given to them by the Prevention Students

Kindergarten students with the cards and candy given to them by the Prevention Students


Submitted by: Sherrie Harrell

Each year Sherrie Harrell, Preven-
tion Specialist for Lafayette School
District, challenges her 8th grade stu-
dents to give of themselves. This
year's class brought joy to a small but
very significant part of the world on
Monday, December 14, 2009. The
community service project, designed
to open their minds and hearts to the
needs of others during the holiday
season, took them on a trip around
our Mayo community putting smiles
on many faces and in many hearts.
Those in attendance were: Ana Sil-
va, Lakaesha Martin, Luis Arreguin,
Michael Cooley, Taylor Fain, Siara
Kelm, Lindsey Efird, Alyssa Clay, Dy-
lan Clingan, Brooke Walker, Dustin
Bethea, Holly Lents, Porcha Sherrell,
Dustin Hart, Savanna Hamlin, and
Sydney Barry. Special thanks goes to
Robin Smith and April Young for
helping to chaperone the trip.
The morning began with a visit to
Lafayette Elementary School with the
8th grade students reading Christmas
stories to each of the 4 kindergarten
classes and handing out cards to each
student. From there, the group jour-
neyed on to the Manna House to
leave donations of toys and food. The
residents of Hands of Grace Assisted
Living, OakRidge Assisted Living,
and Lafayette Healthcare were


pleased to be visited and graced with
gifts of socks (donated by Little
Galilee Holiness Church) and cards
with mints from the students. Carols
rang through the hallways and corri-
dors as the students sang songs of
Christmas cheer. The singing even
aroused some singing from residents
and even a dance of joy. The Learn-
ing Corner also received a visit that
included a Christmas story, song, and
cards.
This was a day the students nor
those graced with their presence will
not soon forget. So many are only fo-
cused on their needs and desires and
many are focused on the economy.
There is a gift that is so easy to give
and means so very much, that is the
gift of love. Simply taking the time to
share a smile and lend a helping hand
can mean so much.
Special Thanks to Robin Smith and
April Young for helping to chaperone
the trip.
For more information about the
Safe Schools Healthy Students (SSHS)
Initiative, please contact Becky
Sharpe, Project Director of SSHS at
386-294-1417 or by email
at"mailto:bsharpe@lafayette.kl2.fl.us"
The SSHS Partnership meets at 9:30
a.m. on the second Tuesday of each
month in the SSHS Conference Room.
Parent and community members are
encouraged to attend.


8th grade Prevention students pose with a resident otf Latayette Healthcare


8th grade Prevention students read to Kindergarten students at LES.


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