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Former Frostproof principal finalist



in superintendent search


Final interview with

Polk School Board is today


By STEVE STEINER
SSTEINER @HEARTLANDNEWSPAPERS.COM
Former Frostproof Middle Senior
High School Princial David Lewis,
a resident of Fort Meade, will be
interviewed today as one of three
finalists for Polk County School
Superintendent.
The others are Dr. Constance Jones,
Administrator on Assignment for Lee
County Schools and Kathryn LeRoy,
Director of High Schools for Duval
County. (See profiles, page 30.)
Two other finalists were elimi-
nated after all six were interviewed
on April 29 and 30. Those who he did
not make the cut included John Small,
Director of Workforce Education for
the Polk system, as well as Curtis
Cain, Associate Superintendent for
Educational Services in the Shawnee
Mission School District, in Kansas
City, Kan. and
The selection of the three finalists
was not unanimous among board
members. Only Hunt Berryman, Lori


Cunningham, Dick Mullenax and
Hazel Sellers ranked them as their top
choices. Cain was on the recommend-
ed list of Kay Fields, Debra Wright and
Tim Harris.
While each candidate had aspects
that differentiated one from the other,
there also were similarities.
"The three that were selected, it
was the amount of detail they could
describe when answering," said
Sellers, who said she was looking for
detailed, concrete examples. She cited
the budget as an example.
"They understood budgets and the
budget process."
That was also something
Cunningham found favor with.
Although she expressed her desire to
reserve any comment on the finalists
until further in the process, she did
say she was impressed their track
records on budgets and grasp of fiscal
management and knowledge in each
one's area of responsibility.
FINALIST |!


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Associate Superintendent of Learning David Lewis makes his way to his seat for his interview
following his distributing to Polk County School System board member folders detailing his
agenda for the first 120 days should he be selected the next school superintendent.


Frostproof will


celebrate the Fourth


By BRIAN ACKLEY
BACKLEY@HEARTLANDNEWSPAPERS.COM
There might not be fireworks, but
Frostproof is expecting a gala Fourth of
July celebration this year, thanks to the
efforts of one local couple.
The agenda includes everything
from the revival of the Miss Frostproof
pageant to a car show, softball tourna-
ment and parade.
The celebration is the brainchild
of Jeremy and Ramona Waibel, who
approached city leaders last month
with their ideas. Monday, the city
council approved use of the city


hall auditorium for the pageant and
Henderson Field for the softball
tournament, with all associated costs
picked up by the city.
In addition, the city agreed to print
1,500 fliers to help promote the Miss
Frostproof pageant, which will take
place on June 29.
Ramona Waibel has deep Frostproof
roots, and she and her husband moved
back to the city several years ago, and
were disappointed to learn that there
were no Independence Day events held
anymore.
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City hall may get state boost


By BRIAN ACKLEY
BACKLEY @ HEARTLANDNEWSPAPERS.COM
Frostproof officials are cautiously
optimistic that a major grant from the
state will help them open a significant
part of city hall that has been off limits
for a long time.
Florida's proposed budget contains
$500,000 earmarked for work at city
hall, which is the former Frostproof
High School.
"We've got our fingers crossed,"
City Manager T.R. Croley said Monday
night.
The funds are in the budget that has
been sent to Governor Rick Scott for his
approval. There has been no indication
on whether he will veto the funds or
not.
However, city officials believe the


money won't show up on the notorious
Florida Tax Watch "turkey" list, com-
prised of funding items that the group
believes were not properly vetted or
requested.
Much of the first floor of city hall,
outside American Legion Post 95
Memorial Auditorium which has been
renovated and the Polk County Sheriff's
Office substation, is not usable because
of issues like mold and bugs. City of-
fices and council chambers are on the
second floor of the structure.
The state stipend would go toward
getting that space in usable condition.
If any money is left, it could be used
to bring the auditorium renovation
project closer to completion.
The school building, which was first
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* FRIDAY, MAY 10
Police Memorial
Frostproof will observe National
Police Week by a ceremony honoring
former law enforcers in the city who
were killed in the line of duty. The
observation will be at 9 a.m. outside
city hall at the memorial fountain. The
public is invited. A countywide cer-
emony attended by Frostproof officials
is scheduled for 10 a.m. Thursday at
Lakeland's Veterans Park on Lime Street
between Lake Beulah Drive and the
west side of the Lakeland Center.


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* TUESDAY, MAY 14
King Smith Scholarship Game
Past and present members of the
Frostproof softball program will gather
for a barbecue and alumni game at the
high school softball complex. All proceeds
will benefit the King Smith Memorial
Scholarship Fund. Smith, the school's
softball coach, passed away during the
softball season in April. Meals will be $6
and can be picked up at the softball com-
plex between 2:30 and 6:30 p.m. featuring
a pulled pork sandwich, chips, drinks
and desert. Tickets are available from all


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softball players of Coach Karen Bolin. The
alumni game will start at 6:30 p.m.

* FRIDAY, MAY 17
Red and White Game
The Frostproof varsity football team
will stage its annual Red and White
scrimmage at Faris Brannen Stadium.
Kickoff is at 7 p.m.

* MONDAY, MAY 20
Frostproof City Council
The Frostproof City Council will meet


in regular session at city hall starting at
6 p.m. The council regularly meets on the
first and third Monday of each month.

N TUESDAY, MAY 21
Chamber Lunch
The Frostproof Chamber of
Commerce will host its monthly lunch
at the Ramon Theater. Cost is $9.
This month's featured speaker is Stan
Ducher, a certified Code Investigator
for Polk County. For more information
or reservations, contact the chamber at
863-635-9112.


Frostproof FFA students get a good read on future


Along with students across Florida,
youngsters at Frostproof Elementary
got the chance to celebrate 500 years
of stage agricultural history April 30.
In fact, a total of 15 representatives
of the Frostproof Middle Senior High
School FFA read to different classes
at the elementary school that day.
The event, in recognition of
Florida Ag Literacy Day, taught the
children the history of Florida agri-
culture, starting in the 1500s when
the Native Americans were growing
melons and maize through the ship-
building of the 1700s and the advent
of railroads in the 1800s. The 1900s
saw poultry farming, innovations in
orange juice and devastation from
hurricanes, while today's farmers
are reaping the benefits of scientific
advancements in agricultural pro-
duction and processing.
. "As we celebrate Florida's 500th
anniversary this year, I'm proud to
share the history of Florida agri-
culture with others," said Florida
Agriculture Commissioner and
Bartow resident Adam Putnam. "It's
such a great opportunity to share
this book with children and teach
them about where the food they eat
every day comes from."
Putnam did his part by reading
to children at the historic Senate
Chambers of the Old Capitol in
Tallahassee. He read as the children
followed along with their own cop-
ies. Afterwards, the kids talked about
their favorite foods to eat, from
peanut butter to oranges, which are
all produced in Florida.
The 10th Annual Florida
Agriculture Literacy Day celebrated
500 years of Florida agriculture
history. Putnam joined more than
1,300 farmers, growers and ranchers


from Florida Farm Bureau, Florida
Cattlemen and Cattlewomen,
Florida Citrus Mutual, Florida Fruit
& Vegetable Association, Firm
Credit, Florida Nursery, Growers
and Landscape Association, Dairy
Council of Florida, Florida Peanut
Producers, FFA students and teach-
ers, University of Florida IFAS
extension agents, Florida 4-H agents
and students and other agriculture
industry volunteers around the state
who read in honor of the event.
They visited more than 2,800
elementary classrooms and reach
more than 56,000 Florida students
with the message of the importance
of Florida agriculture and the role
it has played in the Sunshine State's
history.
Florida Ag Literacy Day was
sponsored by Florida Agriculture in
the Classroom Inc., a nonprofit or-
ganization that develops and trains
teachers and agriculture industry
volunteers in agriculture curriculum
in order to educate students on the
importance of agriculture. It also
provides grant money to teachers
and volunteers for projects that
teach children where their food
comes from and the importance
of Florida's farmers. The nonprofit
is funded by sales of the specialty
agricultural license plate known as
the Ag Tag.
"Florida Agriculture Literacy Day is
a popular program that puts agricul-
ture industry volunteers from around
the state in touch with students in
the classroom to teach students
about agriculture," said Ken Barton,
chairman of the Florida Agriculture
in the Classroom board of directors
and a representative of the Florida
Peanut Producers Association.


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Ag Literacy Day celebrated 500 years of agriculture in Florida. Students in the Frostproof Elemen-
tary School class of Scarlett McCullers got a treat April 30 when members of the high school FFA
stopped by to read them a story about Florida agriculture. Here, Moriah McCullers and Kathryn
Springfield share a story.


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Florida Legislature



approves citrus



research funding


The Florida Legislature last week
agreed to fund $9.5 million in
research-related activities to combat
citrus greening, a problem that one
citrus group calls "terrifying" and
that threatens to wipe out Florida's
$9 billion citrus industry and its
76,000 jobs.
The funding is part of the Florida
Department of Agriculture and
Consumer Services' 2013-2014
budget. The breakout: $8 million
for HLB reserved research and
incremental funding of $500,000 for
each of the related FDACS programs;
citrus nursery certification, citrus
germplasm facility and citrus pest,
management.
"Of course Commissioner Adam
Putnam has done yeoman's work
to help our industry battle HLB. He
knows we are in the fight of our life
and this state investnitnt is critical
to get some short-term research
answers," said Michael W. Sparks,
executive VP/CEO of Florida Citrus-
Mutual, the state's largest citrus
grower trade organization. "We
also commend state Legislators for
showing this level of commitment
to one of the state's most important


signature industries."
The citrus officials said getting the
money included in the state spend-
ing proposal was a team effort.
"Representative Ben Albritton and
Senator Alan Hays were instrumental
in securing the funding and did
an unbelievably strong job for the
industry," Sparks said. "In addition
Representatives Steve Crisafulli and
Seth McKeel as well as Senators
Denise Grimsley and Joe Negron
worked particularly hard on this
issue."
Governor Rick Scott still must ap-
prove the budget.
HLB is a vascular disease vectored
by the Asian citrus psyllid. It is
found in all of Florida's 32 citrus
producing counties and can kill a
tree in two years.
"We have it managed, we don't
have it under control," said citrus
manager Forrest Taylor, who man-
ages four groves in Collier County.
The Florida citrus industry creates
a $9 billion annual economic impact,
employing nearly 76,000 people, and
covering about 550,000 acres.
(Information from the Naples Daily
News was used in this report.)


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College student Christopher Boise heard knocking sounds coming from the first floor of his
home When he walked toward the source of the noise, he was confronted by two strange
men in his apartment. One of the men was pointing a handgun straight at Boise. When
Boise cried out, it was heard by his roommate, Raymond, who instinctively grabbed his le-
gally owned AR-15 and readied it. It was just moments before one of the intruders made it
to Raymond's door Upon seeing Raymond's rifle, both men fled the apartment. Nothing
was taken and no shots were fired After the incident Boise said, "I'm happy he saved my life.
I was very thankful he had his gun.' (13wham, Rochester, NY, 1/23/13)
Debi Keeney, 55, was at home with her sister, Donna Carlyle, 47, when she stepped outside
to smoke a cigarette. As she closed the door behind her, a man approached and pushed his
way inside the apartment The man threw Keeney to the floor and put Carlyle in a choke
hold. He demanded money as Carlyle gasped for air. Keeney was quickly able to get to a
.22-cal. derringer she kept hidden in a side-table drawer. She warned the man to release her
sister or she would'Shoot. When he continued to demand money, Keeney fired. The 33-year-
old intruder was later taken to a local hospital to be treated for.tWo gunshot wounds and
was listed in critical condition. (St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Highjand, MO. 2'11/13)
Ernest Robinson, an assistant higfi'school basketball coach, was escorting two of his female
team members from the building oneevening when they were approached by two teenage
boys. One of the teenagers wielded a-gun, The gunman ordered the girls to leave as the
other teen yanked at the chain Robinson, Wore around his neck. Robinson quickly pulled
out his concealed pistol and fired at both assailants, killing one and wounding the other.
The surviving perpetrator is now being.charged withone count of armed robbery and one
count of assault with intent to rob while armed. (The Detroit News, Detroit, Ml, 2/15,'131
Three masked men entered Plaza Jewelers one afternoon,, one carrying a gun while the
other two wielded hammers. Store owner Alfonso Angell spotted the men through the
store window and grabbed the gun he kept hidden behind the counter. The two men with
hammers, one carrying a bag. were approaching the glass cases of jewelry when Angela
cocked the hammer of his gun Within seconds, the men were making a hasty exit. Police
were called and two male suspects were later taken into custody. (San Jose Mercury News,
Fair Oaks, CA, 1/21'1 3)
A 34-year-ofd man entered a bank carrying a handgun that was later dete6f6ined to be a
realistic plastic replica. He pulled a black mask over his face and demanded money from a
teller. His robbery attempt, however, was thwarted by another bank employee's very real
Smith & Wesson .357 revolver. The employee, a legal concealed carry permit holder, fired
his weapon after realizing the man robbing the bank was armed.The robber fled the scene
leading police on a high-speed car chase. The suspect was soon caught and hospitalized
for a gunshot wound to the jaw. He was later charged with attempted bank robbery and
leading police on a high-speed chase. There were reportedly no other injuries. (The Blaze,
Trimble, MO, 3/4/13)
It was before dawn when Christine Lewis entered her bathroom and spotted the silhouette
of a man outside the window. The man had torn off the window screen and was attempt-
ing to break in. Christine's husband, John Lewis, heard the commotion from the bedroom
and retrieved his .38 Smith & Wesson revolver. The man outside had failed to force open
the window and was now lurking outside their home. Lewis walked out his front door and
confronted the man. The man started to approach Lewis despite repeated warnings. The
two remained in a standoff until deputies arrived and took the man into custody. He was
jailed on multiple charges. "I own a gun for reasons like this. I want to protect myself," Lewis
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VIEWPOINTu


Discipline

Forty years ago, when citizens band radio was all
the rage, it was said that CB radio had given millions
of people with nothing to say a forum on which to
say it.
Gimme a big 10-4 on that, good buddy? Today, that
forum has been largely replaced by the Internet, and
more specifically, by social media. Anybody can put
anything on the Web, and because it's in writing, it
somehow acquires unwarranted credibility.
For example, in the past week, we have received six
alarmist posts declaring that the armed forces were
going to start court-martialing members for discuss-
ing their religious faith.
It was absurd on the face of it, but because it was
posted on the Internet, and then forwarded a few mil-
lion times, it took on the mantra of truth.
Polk County schools have come under the same
spell in the past week over a story about a junior at
Bartow High School who is accused of setting off a
small explosive device on campus.
As the Polk County Schools Code of Conduct
requires, she faces expulsion from school, as well as
criminal charges.
Police said she took "a plastic bottle" to school,
filled it with a couple of common household products
widely known by kids to produce an explosion, and
the device exploded. (This newspaper has chosen not
to publicize the ingredients, though countless other
sources have done so.) Dozens of "social media" sites
have picked up the story.
One declared that the student was arrested only


is a school responsibility


Our Viewpoint

because she is black.
Uh ... somebody didn't get the memo. This is the
21st century, and we have a black president, and
minorities on virtually every elected body in the land.
The days of knee-jerk accusations of racism are as out
of date as well ... CB radio.
That "plastic bottle" in first reports has been down-
sized to "a small plastic bottle" and then to a "'tiny
plastic bottle" by social commentators.
Many have characterized this event as a "science
experiment" or a "science project," giving the impres-
sion that a teacher had assigned the student to set off
an explosive device on the school campus. This fic-
tion finally reached such proportions that the school
principal went on record denying it.
There have been dire predictions that the student's
future is ruined ... not because of her actions, but
because of her arrest for those actions. If every kid
with a disciplinary record faced a dismal future, there
would be a whole lot more of us in trouble for life.
At latest count, some 172,000 Internet users have
signed on-line petitions opposing expulsion or
prosecution.
We think that Ron Pritchard, principal of BHS and a
witness to the incident, said it well: "She's a good kid
who just did something stupid. She's young, and like
many young people, she made a poor choice."


We have no doubt that he is 100-percent correct.
The discipline relates to the act, not the person.
Polk County has 163 school sites and centers and
94,000 students. It also has a Code of Conduct that
. spells out consequences for various violations.
Note that it is called a Code of Conduct, not a List
of Suggestions, or Standards of Polite Comportment.
That said, we often have expressed concern over
the "one size fits all" approach to discipline in large
institutions, including school systems, and believe
there is room for more consideration of issues like
both intent and results of misconduct.
But with 94,000 students, it may be a little unreal-
istic to differentiate between degrees of misconduct
when it comes to setting off explosives on a school
campus.
For the record, from what we have been able to
determine, we think this student is deserving of
something less than maximum discipline by both the
school system and the courts.
However and the important stuff always comes
after "however" we recognize that school princi-
pals, school boards, and school.superintendents are
responsible for maintaining safety and discipline on
school campuses.
These matters cannot be left to the judgment of
social media contributors, petition signers, or even
(gasp!) the press.
We expect the school system to keep our campuses
safe, and we have no wish to micromanage how they
do it.


This is for the rest of us. Meaning
the ones who don't have personal
chefs, giftwrapping rooms or hired
sycophants, who don't hobnob or rub
shoulders, and who drive the same car
every day of the week.
The rest of us would like to offer
some of you a little advice: If you ever
find yourself asking, "Do you know
who I am?" or any variation thereof,
it's a pretty good indicator that you are
not, in fact, as famous as your hired
sycophants (and your ego) have led
you to believe. If it is necessary to call
attention to your fame, you may not be
all that famous to begin with.
Besides which, doing so is in terrible
taste.
Reese Witherspoon, known for her
work in films like "Legally Blonde" and
"Walk the Line" (for which she won an
Academy Award), is the latest celebrity
to learn this. She was arrested for dis-
orderly conduct recently after allegedly
interfering with a Georgia state trooper,
who had pulled over her husband,
Hollywood agent Jim Toth, on suspicion
of drunk driving.
Authorities sayWitherspoon, who
has since apologized and pronounced
herself "deeply embarrassed," asked the
trooper, "Do you know my name?" and
announced to him, "You're.about to find
out who I am ... You're about to be on
national news."


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In other words: "Do you know who I
am?" a question that should never be
asked by anyone who is not suffering
amnesia. And yet, it or, again, some
version of it is asked often whenever
the famous, the near-famous, the used-
to-be-famous and the famous in their
own minds find themselves colliding
with real life.
Do you know who I am? This was, in
essence, Gloria James' alleged riposte
during a drunken 2011 altercation with
a parking valet, though her only claim
to fame is that, 29 years ago, she gave
birth to LeBron. It is what washed-up
NBA star Allen Iverson reportedly spent
20 minutes yelling at a police officer
during a 2011 traffic stop in Atlanta. It is
said to be what Lindsay Lohan's mother
Dina yelled when she was turned away
from a Hollywood nightspot in 2009
for trying to take her then 15-year-old
daughter Ali inside. It is, according
to police, what the rapper N.O.R.E.
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customer a few years ago at a Fatburger
in Miami Beach.
Do you know who I am? It might as
well be the battle cry of privilege. The
rest of us have a complicated relation-
ship with privilege.
We know the rules apply differently
to those who possess celebrity. It gets
you better seats in restaurants, more
attentive service in stores. You don't
wait in lines. And if you find yourself in
trouble, you may even receive the kind
of "justice" O.J. Simpson did in 1995.
No one loses sleep over this. So be it.
C'est la vie.
But that forbearance carries an
unwritten rule: You may accept these
perks, but you may not ostentatiously
demand them. To do so is to affront
what remains of our egalitarian ideals.
From those upon whom we confer
celebrity, we expect a little occasional
humility in return. If you have none, at


least have the good sense to fake it.
Witherspoon did not.
Do you know who I am? The question
reeks of entitlement, condescension
and arrogance. It is the bratty inquiry
of someone who has believed her own
hype, drunk her own Kool-Aid, become
lost in her own image.
The lady will weather this, of course.
Who could hold a grudge against
Reese Witherspoon? Still, there is a
certain satisfaction in seeing her rant
answered with handcuffs, in watching
humility imposed on someone who
needs it. It seems a welcome reminder
of egalitarian ideals too often lost in
.celebrity's flashbulb glare. Witherspoon
has enrolled in a pie-trial intervention
program. She has a May 22 court date.
Score one for the rest of us.
Leonard PittsJr. is a colimniist for the
Miami Herald. Readers may reach him
at lpitts@miamiherald.com.


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May 8, 2013






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For Berryman, the newest member
of the School Board, while he did not
pick up on any common "theme,"
he saw similarities how each rose
through their respective ranks; that
and one other factor.
"All three of them had an under-
standing of the Florida education
system," said Berryman.
Leadership ability was something
all School Board members contacted
said they were looking for and found
in Jones, Leroy and Lewis.-
So, too, were "intangibles."
"They all seemed to be passionate
about public education," said Fields.
However, while Small did not make
it onto any of the board members'
choices, he was still highly regarded
by them. Chairwoman Hazel Sellers
praised Small for his role with the
career academies, and called him the
best in the state in that area. He also
garnered praise from Board member
Dick Mullenax.
"John is extremely good at what he
does," Mullenax said. What worked
against Small, he added, was the
latter's lack of depth. His experience
was not broad enough. Another fac-
tor Mullenax felt held Small back was
a "lack of passion." He cited what
Small said in his interview, that it
was at the urging of certain members
in the business community busi-
ness people Small often interacts
with via the career academies that
prevailed upon Small to submit an
explanation. However, for a first at-
tempt, Small presented himself well,
concluded Mullenax.


Mullenax also had words of praise
for Cain.
"He gave a very good interview,"
said Mullenax. "He was well-spoken,
knowledgeable." Mullenax also liked
the fact Cain came from a large
school district. However, Cain only
taught one year. That was also a
point Harris raised during Cain's
interview, even though Harris listed
Cain as one of his selections. Fields
also was impressed with Cain,
particularly how prepared he was.
Again, though, it was a lack of being
"well-rounded" that worked against
him. She said she had no doubt that
Cain eventually will become a school
superintendent.


Hazel Sellers,
chairwoman of the
Polk County Public
Schools System,
listens intently to re
question answered by
one of the candidates
interviewed the first
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What's next
Now that the list of candidates for
the next Polk County Public Schools
System Board of Education is down
to three, the next step in the process
will be a series of "meet and greets."
The finalists will visit Polk County
schools, as well as be guests at recep-
tions in which they and residents of
Polk County can interact with each
other.
For Lewis, his two public events
were held Monday and Tuesday,
one in Haines City and the other
in Lakeland. Jones and Leroy will
have similar events, and all three
are expected to have invitation only


dinners with all three candidates
as well. Leory will meet the public
tonight from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at
Lake Eva Park Banquet Hall in
Haines City, and again from 7 p.m.
to 9 p.m. Thursday at the Jim
Miles Professional Development
Center in Lakeland. Her final in-
terview is scheduled for 9 a.m. to
11 a.m. Friday in the district offices
auditorium.
Jones will have public meetings at
the same spots and times on May 20
in Lakeland and May 21 in Haines
City. Her final interview is May 22.
The candidates expressed their
gratitude for having made the cut.
"Obviously I was very honored
and humbled," said Lewis, a former
music teacher at Fort Meade Middle
Senior High School.
He added the hope that his body
of work the past 33 years with Polk
County Public Schools contributed
to his selection.
Both Jones and LeRoy expressed
how excited they were learning they
had advanced in their pursuit to
become the next superintendent,
as well as also being honored. They
also looked forward to touring the
schools and meeting members of the
community.
LeRoy has attended similar func-
tions and found them helpful.
"It's informative," she said, and
added that from her experience and
observation, it proves to be of benefit
to students and adults in reaching
into the community.
Jones said that for her, one-on-
one sessions are a tool in bringing
schools to the next level, as is visiting
the various schools.
"I'm looking forward to touring the
schools," she said.


FOURTH
FROM PAGE 1

"It's just about us, getting together
as a community," Jeremy told mem-
bers of the Frostproof Rotary Club
last week.
"It's about that old-town feel. There
are a lot of people in Frostproof ready
for this."
Frostproof Chamber Executive
Director Sandra Schulz whose roots
also run deep into the city's past,
was excited to learn that the move is
afoot.
"I'm hearing tradition wants to
come back," she said. "This town is
the roots of who we are."
Applications for the Miss Frostproof
Pageant are due by May 31; the event
is open to youngsters ages 3 to 18.
The Waibels say they want the winner
to be celebrated and recognized year
round, and not just on the day of the
pageant, by appearing in parades and


public events as Miss Frostproof.
They said they have already re-
ceived strong interest from a number
of local girls, and have already
secured five out-of-town judges for
the June 29 event.
The classic car show will start at
9 a.m. on July 4 on Wall Street, fol-
lowing flag raising ceremonies. Plans,
which are still be finalized, also call
for activities at the historic depot
including a corn hole tournament,
barbecue cook-off, watermelon eat-
ing contest, kids events and vendors.
A parade is planned for 5 p.m.,
which will run from Faris Brannen
Stadium to B Street down Scenic
Highway.
Information on all the events, and
registration packets for the Miss
Frostproof Pageant, are available by
calling the Waibels at 863-934-3979, or
mailing missfrostproof@gmail.com.
Fireworks are not a feasible finan-
cial option at this point, since even
a 10-minute show can cost close to
$15,000, city officials have noted.


BOOST
FROM PAGE 1

built in 1926, began being used as the
current city hall in 1981. It is listed on
the National Registry of Historic Places.
"It's Floridians' money. They expect
it to be spent wisely," Scott said Friday
after the Legislature adjourned its 2013
session. "So I'll be going line by line
and making sure we don't waste any
dollars."
Scott has 15 days to act on the budget
after he receives it, making this a
"money year" for the governor in more
ways than one.
The Legislature was flush with
billions in extra tax dollars for the first
time in years, but Scott had only two
requests of his fellow Republicans: a
pay raise for teachers and a modest tax
break for manufacturers.
Lawmakers said yes to both issues,
but on their terms. They linked the
raises to performance measures that


will be difficult and time-consuming to
implement in some school districts.
The state budget also contains
money to help the city continue to
upgrade its water service, including
$200,000 for a new water storage tanks
and $150,000 for a new well pump.
On Monday night, city council
members approved a contract with
Chastain-Skillman for engineering
services that will loop the city's three
water wells. Officials last year approved
spending $1.5 million in city surplus
funds for the project that should
noticeably improve city water pressure
and provide significantly better water
flow for fire protection.
Engineer Steve Dutch said that
looping project has been on the boards
for more than a decade after a fire at
the Ben Hill Griffin fertilizer plant in
2000. City workers opened up all the
available water sources to try to help
firefighters, but transmission lines were
too small to get it to the blaze properly.
(Information from News wire services
was used in this report.)


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Myra Youmans

Bullard
Myra Youmans
Bullard, 61 of Lake
Wales passed
away Wednesday, .r
May 1, 2013 at the
Life Care Center 4
of Winter Haven.
She was born
Sept. 28, 1951 in -
Lake Wales to the
late Artis Curtis
and Hazel Deane
Youmans; and Myra Youmans Bullard
she was a lifelong
resident of Lake Wales. She was retired
from Shorty's Barber Shop and was of
the Baptist faith. She was a workaholic,
loved to cook and giving instructing her
family about cooking. She really liked
flowers.
Survivors include her daughter,,
Christina Deane Clemons of Sarasota;
sons, Joseph Wayne Clemons and
William Shannon Clemons both
of Lake Wales; sisters, Judy Norton
(Homer) of Waverly and Diane Brimhall
(Hershal) of Cullman, Ala.; and eleven
grandchildren.
A memorial service will be held
6 p.m. Saturday, May 4, 2013 at the First
Baptist Church of Waverly with Rev.
David Durham officiating. Condolences
may be sent to the family at www.
marionnelsonfuneralhome.com.
Marion Nelson Funeral Home is in
charge of arrangements.

Rosaline Windsor

Wood
Mrs. Rosaline Windsor Wood, 83, of
Mulberry and formerly Lake Wales,
Florida died on Tuesday, April 23, 2013,
at Lakeland Regional Medical Center.
Arrangements by Johnson Funeral
Home, Lake Wales.

Bertha Scroggins

Conley
Bertha Scroggins Conley, formerly
of Lake Wales, passed away Thursday,
May2, 2013 in Eustis. She was 92. Marion
Nelson Funeral Home in Lake Wales is
handling the local arrangements.

Curtis Wayne

Tyson
Curtis Wayne Tyson of Bartow passed
away Sunday, May 5, 2013 at his resi-
dence. He was 57.
Marion Nelson Funeral Home is
handling arrangements.

Kermit

Fetters
Kermit Fetters, 85, Marysville, Ohio,
formerly of Lake Wales and Sebring,
died Saturday, May 4, 2013.
Underwood Funeral Home in
Marysville, Ohio is in charge of
arrangements.

Geraldine Mary

Snee 'Jer'
Geraldine Mary Snee "Jeri" of Lake
Wales passed away Sunday, May 5, 2013
at her residence. She was 69. Marion
Nelson Funeral Home in Lake Wales is
handling the arrangements.


Ella

(nee Graeflich)

Barrett

Ella (nee Graeflich) Barrett passed
at age 90 on May 6, 2013. Ella
was born June 6, 1922 in Leipzig,
Bessarabia, Russia (a Germany
colony bordering the Black Sea
which is now part of modern day
Moldova) to Heinrich Graeflich and
Mathilde (nee Boroske) Graeflich.
After moving to the Boston area
Ella met Joseph F. Barrett of Quincy,
Mass. After serving in the Army
during WW II, Joe worked for the
US Postal Service and was a widower
with four children, Lorna, Paul,
Joanne and David. They married
in 1961 and Ella raised the three
youngest Joanne, Paul and David.
Lorna had married and was rais-
ing her own family. Paul and David
predeceased Ella in 1981 and 1971
respectfully.
While living in Quincy, Mass.
the Barrett family spent their
summers on Bear Island (Lake
Winnepauskee), Meridith, N.H. Joe
and Ella retired in 1976 and moved
to Nalcrest, Fla., a Postal Worker
retirement community and were
one of the first families to live there.
In 1980 they moved to Oakwood
Drive, Lake Wales, Fla. Here, they
made many new wonderful friends
as well as maintaining their valued
relationships with friends from
Nalcrest. Ella lost her beloved Joe in
May of 2004. Ella remained active in
many Nalcrest activities including
homemakers, sewing circle and the
various holiday functions, parties
and dinners. Known to many as "Ms.
Ella," she was loved by all who knew
her as a warm, kind, loving and giv-
ing person.
She is survived by her sister, Lily
Nutz of Detmold, Germany, and
her brother, Alfred Graeflich of
Paderborn, Germany. Ella is also
survived by her daughter Joanne
Barrett and her companion Paul
J Nugent, Sr. of Plymouth., Mass.
Grandchildren Bryan and his wife
Joy Mahn of Kauai, Hawaii and
Andrea Scannell and her companion
Matthew Kennedy of Weymouth,
Mass. Great grandchildren Storm
and Skyla Mahn of Kauai, Hawaii
and Jessica, Mathew and Nicholas
Scannell of Weymouth, Mass.
Her daughter Lorna Dibona of
Braintree, Mass. Grandchildren
Tracy and her husband Jack Hatfield
of Whitman, Mass., Kimberly Dibona
of Dorchester, Mass., Craig and
his wife Rose Dibona of Braintree,
Mass., Wayne and his wife Corrine
of Brockton, Mass., Paul Dibona of
Dorchester, Mass., Heidi and her
husband Michael Madden of Milton,
Mass., along with their respective
twelve great grandchildren and
one great-great grandchild. Ella is
also survived by two special nieces
Nicole and her husband Glen Allen
of N.Y. and Kursin Carpenter and
her husband Robert of AZ. Ella also
leaves her loving friend Cathrine
Miller-Madsen.
Mass of Christian Burial will be
held on Thursday, May 9, 2013, at
8:30 a.m. at the Catholic Church
of the Holy Spirit in Lake Wales.
Interment will follow at 1 p.m. at the
Florida National Cemetery, Bushnell,
Fla. Viewing hours will held on
Wednesday, May 8, from 3 p.m. until
7 p.m. at the funeral home.
The family requests that, in lieu
of flowers, donations be made to
Alzheimer Research c/o NARFE, PO
Box 6386, Nalcrest, Fla., 33856.


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Betty Lou
Morris, 74, of
Lake Wales
passed away s- --
Saturday, May 4, ,
2013, at Tampa ,.
General Hospital.
She was born
Oct. 14, 1938, in ..
Plant City, Fla. to
the late Onie and
Phoebe Rhudy; -
and has been a Betty Lou Morris
resident of Lake
Wales for most of her life. She was a
caretaker and attended the Lake Wales
Nazarene Church.
Survivors include her daughters,
Patricia Morris of Lake Wales, Charlotte
Morris of Tenn., Mary Alice Ellsworth of
Lake Wales; son, Franklin Trammell of
Winter Haven; sisters, Ruby Lee Nelson
of Lake Wales, Margarette Ward of Lake
Wales; brother, Clarence Rhudy of Lake
Wales; 11 grandchildren No services are
scheduled at time. Condolences may be
sent to the family at www.marion
nelsonfuneralhome.com.
Marion Nelson Funeral Home is in
charge of arrangements.

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Derrick Underwood, 29, of 792 Fir
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April 23
John Peavy, 46, of N. 402 Scenic
Hwy. charged with possession
of marijuana and possession of
paraphernalia.

April 24
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Mcclellan Road charged with
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probation.

April 25
Michael Brown, 35, of 259 Luke
Street charged with possession
of a controlled substance without
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by a convicted felon and violation of
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Coca-Cola will invest $2 billion in new citrus


Believed to be largest state planting program in 15 years


By TAMARA LUSH
ASSOCIATED PRESS
AUBURNDALE The Coca-Cola
Co. says it is spending $2 billion to
support the planting of 25,000 acres of
new orange groves in Florida, a move
officials are lauding as a major invest-
ment in the Sunshine State's citrus
industry.
The announcement was made at
a late-morning news conference at
Coca-Cola's juice production plant in
Auburndale on Tuesday. Coca-Cola
owns the Minute Maid and Simply
juice brands.
"It's an investment in a market
that's very important to us," said Steve
Cahillane, the president of Coca-Cola
Americas.
Some 5 million new trees will be
planted in the new groves, believed
to be the largest citrus addition in the
state for at least 15 years. The groves
will be located in Polk, DeSoto and
Hendry counties in central Florida.
Company officials say the new
groves and resulting juice production
are expected to add about 4,100 jobs
to Florida's economy.
The move also is seen as a boost to
historically declining acreage devoted to
citrus production in Florida. During the
state's past housing boom, many citrus
farmers sold their land to developers.
Since 1997, total citrus acreage has
fallen by 25 percent, from 600,000 acres
to 450,000 acres, because of the disease,
pests and other pressures, according to
Florida Citrus Mutual.
Coca-Cola officials said that the
Florida Citrus Commission is working
on an economic study centered on
the company's investment, and that
a preliminary draft shows that over
the course of 25 years the expansion
will add more than $10.5 billion or
$422 million per year to Florida's
economy. Company officials said Coca-
Cola buys a third of all Florida oranges.
Coca-Cola reported its first-quarter
results in mid-April; they topped Wall
Street expectations as sales volume
rose in emerging markets. Shares of
Coca-Cola Co. rose nearly 6 percent to
$42.37 and touched their highest point
since the late 1990s.
Cahillane said that the company also
purchases juice from Brazil, Florida's
biggest competitor in the juice indus-
try. He said that different harvest times
in each location allow the company
to give customers "consistent, great
tasting juice." About 90 percent of
Florida's oranges are used for juice; by
contrast, the majority of California's
orange crop is sold as fresh fruit.
Florida is second in the world for or-
ange juice production, behind Brazil.
Under the program, two Florida
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growers will each plant 12,500 acres.
Bill Becker, president of Peace River
Citrus Products in Vero Beach, is one
of the growers. He said the new trees
will be planted on land that once held
citrus groves or on lands that are cur-
rently idle.
"It's a big help to the entire industry
and to the state, for that matter," said
Becker, adding that the research being
done in Florida about the deadly
citrus greening disease has bolstered
the company's confidence in the .
long-term health of the state's citrus
industry.
"Without some of the research that
we're conducting now, they'd probably
be less enthused about planting," he
said.
Becker said he hopes that Coca-
Cola's investment will reverse the
trend of declining citrus acreage in
Florida.
The state's citrus crop suffered huge
losses this past season due to warm,
dry weather, too much fruit on each
tree and citrus greening disease.
"Citrus is synonymous with Florida,
but the industry has faced many chal-
lenges in recent years, particularly the
growing threat of citrus greening," said
Florida Commissioner of Agriculture
Adam Putnam. "With Coca-Cola's
generous investment towards support-
ing 25,000 acres of new orange groves
in Central Florida, the citrus industry
and our state's entire economy will
benefit."
Coca-Cola has played an active
role in the Florida citrus industry
since purchasing Minute Maid in
1960. Today, the Company operates
26 facilities in Florida, employing
16,100 workers.
Over the last five years, The Coca-
Cola Company has invested more than
$400 million in its operations through-
out the state, the company said. Most
recently, the Auburndale facility, which
produces Simply juices, underwent a
significant expansion. Adding a new
production line and increased ware-
house space, this multi-million dollar
project created 129 new jobs, bringing
the total number of facility employees
to more than 500.
"The Coca-Cola Company is
proud to be part of this investment
in Florida and its citrus industry. A
thriving Florida citrus industry is
critical to helping us build our Simply
and Minute Maid juice brands," said
Steve Cahillane, President, Coca-Cola
Americas. "Through viable partner-
ships and meaningful investment with
Cutrale and Peace River, we together
will foster sustainable, responsible
growth in Florida. This is good news
for the state's citrus industry, our busi-
ness and the communities we serve."



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The Florida citrus industry got a major boost yesterday with the news that Coca-Cola intends to
plant as many as five million new orange trees in the state.


"Coca-Cola's commitment to
purchase all of the fruit from the
new groves enables us to play a role
in helping restore Florida's citrus
industry with the largest planting of
orange trees in 25 years," said Jose
Luis Cutrale, Chief Executive Officer of
Cutrale Citrus Juices.


In 2010, The Coca-Cola Company
and Cutrale Citrus Juices pledged
$1.5 million each to the University
of Florida's Citrus Research and
Development Foundation. This grant
furthers critical research to help ad-
dress Huanglongbing disease, com-
monly known as citrus greening.


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Norris earns

record, honor
Trey Norris of
Frostproof has
been named
the Suncoast
Conference
"Fireman of
the Year," after
setting a school
record for
pitching saves
at Polk State
College. TREY NORRIS
Norris devel-
oped a split-
fingered fastball and curveball while
adding speed to his fastball since
last year.
He broke the school record for
saves (14) and leads the NJCAA in
the same category.
"He's been lights out," said Polk
coach Al Corbeil. "He throws a 91-92
mph fastball and he keeps guys off
it so he can throw.his secondary
stuff. He's definitely been an anchor
in our bullpen. He's grown a lot as
a person. He's something this club
really needed."
Norris is 3-1 with an NJCAA-
leading 14 saves and a 2.00 ERA.
He's fanned 29 in 21 innings. The
previous school record for saves
at Polk State was 12. He plans on
attending Stetson University in the
fall to continue his academic and
athletic careers.


Loveless is Magna Cum

Laude with Honors graduate


Shelby
Lynn Loveless
graduated
on Saturday,
May 4, 2013
from Florida
State University,
Magna Cum
Laude with
Honors. She
received a
Bachelor of Arts
in International SHELBY LOVELESS
Affairs from
FSU's College of Social Science and
Public Policy.
Loveless, the daughter of Lori and
Chuck Loveless of Lake Wales, was
the Valedictorian of the Frostproof
High School Class of 2010. While
at Florida State, Loveless served as
Vice President of Gilchrist Hall. She
was elected Treasurer of the Inter-
Residence Hall Council and in-
ducted into the National Residence
Hall Honorary Society. She served
two years as Chair of the Residence
Hall Conduct Board and served as a


Community Service Scholar in FSU
Housing.
She was awarded a Global
Pathways Certificate upon comple-
tion of a rigorous curriculum
that included International Study
Abroad in Jamaica with the Beyond
Borders Exchange Program in
2012. She worked as an intern with
Seminole Boosters, Inc. during her
freshman year.
Loveless was also employed
with the law firms of Weaver and
McClendon in Lake Wales and
Fixel, Maguire, Willis and Fixel in
Tallahassee. She was named a FSU
Legal Honors Scholar. Loveless
was inducted into Pi Gamma Mu
Social Science Honorary, Golden
Key National Honor Society and
was named Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha
Chapter on April 14 of this year.
She was honored on the Dean's List
all three years at Florida State.
She has been admitted to the
Florida State University College of.
Law in August of 2013 and awarded
a Legal Honors Scholarship.


Elementary

awards programs

set for June 3

With the end of the school year
a little less than a month away,
Frostproof Elementary School and
Ben Hill Griffin Jr. Elementary
have scheduled awards programs
for each class.
At Frostproof Elementary, first
grade ceremonies will be held
June 3, and June 4 the second-
graders will be honored.
The PTO May Fair event will be
May 24.
At BHG, the fifth grade banquet
and awards ceremony will be on
May 31. The third grade awards
program is at 9 a.m. June 3 and
fourth grade is 9 a.m. on June 4.
The popular fifth grade versus
BHG staff softball game will be at
10 a.m. on May 24.
Contact either of the schools
formore information; Ben Hill
Griffin Jr. Elementary at 635-7820
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Bok Tower hosting Carillon Classic 5K Run/Walk


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Runners and walkers will be able to
experience what may be Florida's most
challenging and picturesque 5K course
on Saturday, May 25, by competing in
the 2013 Carillon Classic 5K Run &Walk
on the grounds of historic Bok Tower
Gardens in Lake Wales.
Now in its second year, the Carillon
Classic 5K is a charitable event spon-
sored by the Dick Pope/Polk County
Chapter of the Florida Public Relations
Association in partnership with Bok
Tower Gardens, Youth and Family
Alternatives Inc. and corporate sponsors.
The event is open to adults and students
in grades 1 through 12 and will feature
team competition for the first time.
Proceeds benefit the FPRA chapter's
educational and professional endeav-
ors, as well as the George W. Harris
Jr. Runaway and Youth Crisis Shelter
in Bartow, an initiative of Youth and
Family Alternatives Inc. The inaugural
Carillon Classic 5K in 2012 drew more
than 300 runners and walkers, raising a
total of $3,100 for charity.
The 5K course gives runners and
walkers an opportunity to experience
the rolling hills, unique terrain (some
sections of the course are gravel and
mulch), colorful gardens/citrus groves
and beautiful mountain vistas sur-
rounding Bok Tower. Participants will
be treated to the soothing sounds of
carillon music as they traverse the chal-
lenging course situated high atop "Iron
Mountain," one of the highest points,
elevation wise, on the Florida peninsula.
The nonrefundable registration fee
for runners and walkers who register
before May 1 is $25 for adults and $15
for students in grades 1 through 12.
After May 1, there will be an additional


PHOTOS PROVIDED

Last year's inaugural Carillon Classic 5K Walk & Run drew more than 300 runners and walkers, many of whom are seen in this picture as they begin
their journey over the unique and challenging 5K course on the grounds of historic Bok Tower Gardens in Lake Wales. The event is a charitable
endeavor of the Dick Pope Polk County Chapter of the Florida Public Relations Association which has set its sights on attracting at least 500 runners
to this year's event scheduled for Saturday, May 25.


charge of $5. Registration begins at 6:30
a.m. at Bok Tower Gardens on race day,
with competition starting at 7:30 a.m.
rain or shine. Everyone who registers
by May 1 will be guaranteed a Carillon
Classic 5K dri-fit T-shirt. First, second
and third place winners in standard age
categories will receive a medal.
Those interested in participating
in the team challenge should indicate
their team name upon registration. For
more details on the Carillon Classic
5K, including registration forms and
complete team competition rules, go
to www.fprapolk.org/calendar-page/


carillon-classic-5k-runwalk/. All checks
should be made payable to the Florida
Public Relations Association and mailed
to FPRA at 1606 Taylor Brooke Drive
Bartow, FL 33830. Online registration is
also available.
For detailed information on the
cost and benefits of the various levels
of corporate sponsorship Title,
Presenting, Elite, Champion, Sprint
and Shelter Supporter contact Danny


Kushmer by calling 863-559-8062 or
danny.kushmer@watermatters.org.
Sponsorship donations can be made
via PayPal at www.fprapolk.org. The
list of corporate sponsors currently
on board for the 2013 event includes:
SEMCO Construction, Heartland
for Children, Watson Clinic LLP, the
Mosaic Company, A-C-T Environmental
Infrastructure and Florida's Natural
brand juices.


The overall winner of the inaugural Carillon Classic 5K in 2012 was Tom Wodrich seen here
displaying a plaque presented to him by Rob Kincart, president of A.C.T. Environmental of
Bartow, lead corporate sponsor of the inaugural event and one of this year's corporate sponsors.
Pictured in the background are three of the many members of the Dick Pope Polk County Chapter
of the Florida Public Relations Association (FPRA) who volunteered to help at last year's event (I
to r) Katy Martin of Lakeland Regional Medical Center, president-elect of the FPRA chapter and
chair of the 2013 Carillon Classic; Cindy Rodriquez of A.C.T. Environmental and a past president of
the FPRA chapter; and Danny Kushmer of the Southwest Florida Water Management District, who
is a past president of the FPRA chapter and corporate sponsor chair for the 2013 Carillon Classic.
RIGHT: Jamie Winfree (left)
and her daughter Ellie x"!'
Winfree were among the 300 .
runners who competed in
last year's inaugural Carillon
Classic 5K Run & Walk at Bok
Tower Gardens in Lake Wales.
This picture shows them
running along the segment
of the course that passes
right by Bok Tower which can
be seen in the background.
All runners enjoy soothing
music from the carillon that
fills the air while they are
running and after the races
can spend the rest of the
day strolling and relaxing
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Top 100 African-Americans in Polk County


By JEFF ROSLOW
JROSLOW@HEARTLANDNEWSPAPERS.COM

A personal need to accomplish
something for themselves as well as
to serve the community this was
the common theme among those who
commented about making the list of the
top 100 influential African Americans in
Polk County.
Yearly, the Bailey Group compiles the
list, which is based on a submissions
from those who take part. More than
6,000 votes arrived. Those with the
highest number of the votes are rated
and the top 100 is listed on the group's
website, http://www.baileygroup.org.
Actually, this year, she said, there are
106 on the list because there was a tie.
"Primarily, this is part of Polk
County's history," said Doris Moore
Bailey.
The list is separated into different
categories which primarily show the
area where people have made their im-
pact. Bailey said she doesn't believe any
one category is greater than another,
but the individuals on this list show an
ethic that is worth looking up by those
growing up.
The categories include County and
Circuit Judges, Attorneys, Bail Bonds,
Physicians, Dentists, Pharmacies,
Nurses, Preachers, Politicians, Law
Enforcement, Private Child Care
Centers, Private Vocational School,
Private Sector Directors, Principals,
PCSD Directors, PC College Directors,
Vocational/Technical School Directors,
Social Service Organizations, Electronic
and Print Media, Civic Organizations,
Historians, Artists, Funeral Directors,
Entrepreneurs, Business Consultants,
Contractors, Bank/Credit Union,
Insurance Agents, Realtors and
Brokers, City and County Government
Personnel, Greek Organizations,
Alumni Association Presidents, Civil
Rights Activists, Investors, Authors,
Photographers, Most Notable Polk
Countians and Sports Notables.
While some don't know why they
made the list, they find themselves
humbled, because making such an
honor is not what drives them to their
accomplishments, they said.
"I am deeply humbled," said Cliff
Lewis, who made it as one of the his-
torians on the list. "There are so many
good people who do so many good
things and I'm not really aware of any-
thing I've done that's so extraordinary."
And, while to an individual that could
be a true assessment of one's own work,
the president of the Neighborhood
Improvement Organization in Bartow,
has taken a large part in restoring the
L.B. Brown House which was at the
tear-down stage 20 years ago and now is
not only the state historic register but is


Gene Fultz


*in contention to be in the Smithsonian
Institution's African-American Museum
in Washington, D.C., which is currently
under construction.
Lewis was also behind a study to
have west Bartow redone to make it
more a part of the community and he is
currently behind helping the same get
done on east side.
"I had a motto when I came to Bartow
21 years ago," he said. "I really want to
get involved in the community."
He said it was different when he lived
in Washington, but making a difference
was something that struck his fancy.
"I want to add value ... make a
difference," he said. "I want to leave
something tangible behind."
But he was quick to add what he's
been involved with has a lot to do with
others who are working with him. There
are circumstances that have made him
stand out. He cited, for example, maybe
being among the chief speakers at the
Brown Festival makes him stand out
more than others.
For Gene Fultz, who was just elected
mayor in Lake Wales, it was never his
intention to stand out and influence the
young or set an example by his actions,
but his actions have not only caused
people to notice him, it may help him
make the changes in his hometown he
is driving toward.
Fultz and his wife have long reached
out the community and feed up to
250 per outing they hold on a monthly
basis. The feedings don't focus only on
the black community. It is for everyone
because everyone needs whatever help
they can get, he said.
And, because of his drive to help, it
has led him to run for public office and
take care of concerns he has in Lake
Wales.
"I want to be very visible and have
open ears," he said. He has gone
through every department in the city,
met with employees and next week he
plans to get with the police chief and
tour the department. He also plans to
do that with the fire chief.
"It's not just the citizens, it's


everyone (in the city)," he said that he's I ]
concerned with. I I
Concern is a driving force behind the PHOTO BY JEFF ROSLOVW
work of Shandale Terrell who is one
of two people from the school district Cliff Lewis, the president of the L.B. Brown
who made the list. Heritage Festival board, thanks people for
Currently in his ninth year in showing up for the 12th annual festival and
the school district, Terrell is the thanks the sponsors for their help because
without them, he said, the festival couldn't be
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administrative assistant at Crystal Lake
Middle School, a position most com-
monly thought of as dean. In his work
he has an influence on those growing
up and steering them in the right way.
And while discipline and talking
with students is a large part of what he
does, his example likely plays a part.
"After my first year as an administra-
tive assistant, I felt there was a need to
do more in my occupation, extremely
more in my community and the sur-
rounding the communities. That's the
reason why I devoted my time after


POLK COUNTY 100
MOST INFLUENTIAL
AFRICAN-
AMERICANS LIST:
This compiled list is not in alpha-
betical order, but according to the
highest percentage in each category.

Individuals
1. Ann Birdsong-W.H.
2. J. J. Corbett Bartow
3. Judge Timothy Coon (Retired)
-Lkid
4. Ann Darby W.H.
5. N. E. Roberts Lkid
6. Otis Birdsong W.H.
7. Lemuel Geathers W.H.
8. Mary H. Bunch Lkid
9. Latha Speed Lkid
10. Dr. Brenda Reddout
11. Dr. Lottie Tucker- W.H.
12.' Donald and Vancilla Williams
- Lkid
13. Lena Pickett Lkid
14. Thomas Hodges- Lkid
15. Albertha Whitley-Tabron Lkld
16. Audrey Figgs Lkid
17. L. D. and Ella Wilcox H.C.
18. Stephanie Campbell W.H.
19. J.T. McCreary-W.H.
20. George Watson Bartow
21. Mary Pete Pierce
22. Susan McDuffie Pierce
23. Jessie Owens W.H.
24. Ora Greene- W.H.
25. Ralph Wynn Bartow

Attorneys (Private Practice)
1. Attorney Harold Bennett- Lkid
2. Attorney Cassandra Denmark
- Bartow
3. Attorney Kenneth Glover- Lkid
4. Attorney Larry Hardaway Lkid
5. Attorney Shirley Pellarchy Lkid
6. Attorney Stacey Robinson Lkid

Physicians
1. Dr. Victor Archie Lkid
2. Dr. Wendell Blake Lkld
3. Dr. Evan Chambers Lkid
4. Dr. Jennifer Nixon Lkid

Dentists
1. Dr. Edward Williams Lkid

Pharmacists
1. Dr. Donzell Floyd- W.H.
2. Dr. Christopher Quary Lkid
3. Dr. Shalay Rhoden LkId

Nurses
1. Mildred Blake Lkid
2. Barbara Harrison Lkid (Retired)
3. Teieather"Tee"White Lkid
(Retired)

Clergy
1. Reverend Ronnie Clark -W.H.
2. Reverend J. L. Downing, Sr. -
Lkid
3. Reverend Alex Harper Lkid
4. Reverend Arthur Johnson Lkid
5. Presiding Elder Jimmy
Thompson Lkid (Tampa Dist)

Politicians
1. V. Mayor Nathaniel Birdsong-W.H.
2. Mayor Gow Fields Lkid
3. Kay Fields- PCSB- Lkid
4. Mayor Gene Fultz Lake Wales


my job is com- I
pleted within the
school setting, to
serve on various
boards within
Polk County," he
said.
Terrell isalso
the chairman of
the Community
Relations Advisory
Committee for Polk A
County which has Shandale Terrell
a primary purpose
of making sure
the hiring in Polk
County is as racially equal as possible.
His drive to succeed is led by set-
ting an example for himself and that


5. Commissioner Albertus
Maultsby Lake Alfred
6. Councilwoman Cora Roberson -
Lake Hamilton
7. Commissioner Collin Smith -
Mulberry
8. V. Mayor H. L. Roy Tyler Haines
City
9. Commissioner Phillip Walker
- Lkid
10. Dr. Debra S. Wright PCSB-
W.H.

Law Enforcement
1. Captain Mark Calhoun Lkid
2. Major Joe Halman, Jr. W.H.
3. Detective Stacey Pough/VCU
- Lkid

Bail Bonds Agents
1. Glenethel Collins Bartow
2. Rico Reed Bartow

Electronic & Print Media
1. Frank Clark- Lkid
2. Andrea Oliver- Lkid

Inventor
1. Timothy Randolph Lkid

Authors
1. U. J. Johnson -W.H.
2. Yvonne McShay Lkld

Photographers
1. Will Brown- Lkid
2. Calvin Knight- Lkid
3. Pamela White Bartow

Insurance Agents
1. Sandra Grier-Bennett Lkid
2. Herman Johnson Lkid

Realtors and Mortgage
Companies
1. Reginald Ardis Lkid
2. Clarence Grier Lkid

Sports
1. Herbert"Sporty"Dixon Bartow
(Golf)
2. Rudy Gitten Lkid (Tennis)
3. Alan B. Mills -Lkid (Baseball)
4. Ken Riley Bartow (Football)

Principals and Vice Principals
1. Patricia Barnes Lkid
2. Tanya Matthews Lkid
3. Jacquelyn Moore Gordon
Heights
4. Harry Williams Bartow

School District Personnel and
Schools Dean of Students
1. Shandale Terrell Ph.d LkId
2. Ernie Joe Lkid

College Asst. Provost/
Professionals/Personnel
1. Dr. Sharon Miller- W.H.
2. Valparisa Baker-W. H (PSC)
3. Ernie Ivey kid (PSC)
4. Sylvester Little Lkid (PSC)
5. Reginal Webb LkId

Vocational/Technical
Personnel
1. Cynthia Giles Auburndale
(Ridge)
2. Dr. Kenneth James Winter
Haven (Traviss)-
3. Ethel Smith Lakeland (Traviss)


Greek Letters Organizations
Alumni Associations Presidents
1. Col. Freddie Austin Lkid
2. Doris Hicks- Lkid
3. Leroy Smith Lake Wales

Civil Rights Activists
1. Faye Bellamy W.H.
2. David Smith Lake Wales

Private Schools/Training/
Child Development Directors
1. Hazel Perkins Gray Lkid
2. Dr. Harvey Luster Bartow

Social Services Organizations
Executive Directors
1. Deloris C. Johnson W.H.
2. Glenda Jones W.H.
3. Mildred McMillon Lkid

Leadership of Civic
and Social Organizations
1. Gladys Leggett Lkid
2. Frankie Smith Bradley

Historians
1. Clifton Lewis- Bartow
2. Yvonne Robinson Roberts Lkid

Artists
1. Robert Butler Lkid

Funeral Directors
1. Sonji Coney-Williams -W.H.
2. Rev. Lawrence Epps Lake Wales
3. Deliria Holmes Haines City
4. Charles A. Lewis, Jr. -W.H.
5. Charles and Harry Oldham Lkid
6. Ronald Sabb Bartow
7. Wendell Williams Bartow

Entrepemuer
1. Elmer Hayes Lkid
2. Sonny Lewis Lkid
3. Maurice McNish Lkid
4. Earl C Moore Lkid
5. Otis Preston Lkid
6. George and Seretha Tinsley-W.H.

Consultants
1. Sylvia Blackmon-Roberts Lkid

Banking/Credit Union
1. Claretha Conners Lkid
2. Katrina Lunsford Lkid

Contractors
1. Frank Kendrick- Lkid
2. Early McKinney Lkid

Supervisors/Directors in
City & County Government
Professionals
1. Deric Feacher-W.H.
2. Chaundra Frederick Lkid
(County)

Private Sector Director
1. Brenda Tice LkId

Footnote: Honorable Mention of Polk
County Most Notable (Count not
included in the 100)

1. Clarence Childs Lkid
2. Joyce Connoly-Simmons Lkid
3. Robert Harris Lkid
4. Ray Lewis Lkld
5. Ray O'Neal- Lkid
6. Daryl D. Parks Haines City
7. Reverend William "Bill" Shields
- Lkid


translates into showing others what can
be accomplished.
"Life is very precious to me, and I
inform the students and citizens in this
county that we have to make a positive
difference in the county we live in,
this state and world. Instead of being a
moaner and being a reductive person,
we all need to be productive," he said.
Then there are those who just fight to
make sure the right thing is done. That
is the goal in the case of David Smith, a
human rights activist in Lake Wales.
Formerly a police officer in Lake
Wales and with the sheriff's office,
Smith has been a local president of the
NAACP and he just wants to give back
to the community that has given to
him.
"I'm going to continue to do what-
ever I'm doing," he said. "For this
particular reason, some people rec-
ognize that what I'm doing is good for
Polk County."
Smith has gone through a great deal
in Polk County. With his background,
his fighting for what is right is what
drives him. He was the first black
deputy in the Polk County Sheriff's
Office, appointed in 1968 by Monroe
Bradley. He said there were other black
people in the sheriff's office before


then, but, "I was in the green and
white in a sheriff's car."
In those years the attitude was much
different toward black men than it is
today.
"And, I still survived," he said. "You
just have to treat everyone fairly and I
had almost no problems." ..
\V\-ll, perhaps a few, but nothing
major and some of that had to do with
how he treated himself in public.
"I had do some stuff that Jackie
Robinson did," he said. "I had to
do some things that no one else
wanted to do because it was time for a
change."
While making this list, all those who
talked about it used the word "hum-
bled." And while they are flattered to
be on the list, there seems to be one
single thing that drives them.
"You wake up in the morning, pray,
put one foot in front of the other
and some people recognize that.
Sometimes you get something and you
don't," Lewis said.
But people do notice what a person
leaves behind.
"When I was at Bethune Cookman
a couple of weeks ago at a seminar, a
few people mentioned they know of
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Polk State's BSN gets accreditation and fast


Just a year into its existence, Polk State's
Bachelor of Science in Nursing program has re-
ceived accreditation from the National League
for Nursing Accrediting Commission (NLNAC).
"What this means is that Polk State is meeting
strict national standards for everything from
its curriculum to its facilities to its resources,"
said Polk State Nursing Director Annette
Hutcherson.
"It's very unusual for a program to get ac-
creditation in its first year of operation, and, of
course, we are very proud."
Polk State's BSN program launched in fall
2011, and NLNAC site assessors visited the
program in October 2012, when they recom-
mended accreditation be granted.
In March, the NLNAC's commissioners met
and approved the recommendation for accredi-
tation, which was granted retroactively to the
2012 site visit.


Therefore, Hutcherson explained, accredita-
tion was achieved just a year after the launch of
the program.
"On behalf of the Board of Commissioners,
we thank you for your commitment to qual-
ity nursing education," wrote Sharon Tanner,
chief executive officer of NLNAC in a letter to
Hutcherson announcing the accreditation.
Hutcherson said the recently acquired ac-
creditation is more than a point of pride for the
College, it also directly aligns with its ultimate
mission of helping students to succeed.
"This is huge news for our students. We
graduated our first class of BSN students in
December 2012, so now even our very first class
can say it graduated from a nationally accred-
ited program," Hutcherson said.
"One of the requirements for many graduate
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Polk State's Bachelor of Science in Nursing program has received accreditation
from the National League for Nursing Accreditation Commission.


Polk Marks 108th

commencement

ceremony

Polk State College celebrated its 108th commence-
ment Tuesday evening at The Lakeland Center.
A total of 927 students qualified to march during
the ceremony, making it the largest single-term
graduation in the college's history. Polk State's
graduation was also the largest among colleges and
universities in Polk County.
Of the college's graduates, 61 received their
Bachelor of Applied Science in Supervision and
Management degrees, which prepare students for
career advancement in a variety of business-related
fields, including Business Administration, Business
Information Technology, Public Administration,
Public Safety Management and Health Care
Administration.
Another eight graduates received their Bachelor
of Science in Nursing degrees, becoming the second
graduating class since the BSN was launched in 2011.
The majority of the graduates 639, or nearly
70 percent received their Associate in Arts degrees,
which are parallel and fully transferrable to the State
University System.
Another 157 graduates, or 17 percent, received
Associate in Science degrees, and 34 received
Associate in Applied Science degrees, both of which
are designed to lead to the workforce.
The remaining graduates received various
certificates that lead to immediate employment
opportunities.
Of the total number of graduates, 31 received
the College's Honors Program distinction on their
diplomas. Honors Program graduates must complete
a minimum of 18 credit hours with the Honors
designation. The number of Honors graduates this

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Polk State's Kenneth C. Thompson Institute of Public Safety has earned CALEA's Accreditation with Excellence Award. Here, a
group of current cadets lines up for a daily uniform inspection before class.



National Excellence

Polk State's Public Safety Institute

receives high honor from CALEA


Polk State's Kenneth C. Thompson Institute of
Public Safety has become the first training acade-
my of its kind in the nation to receive Accreditation
with Excellence from CALEA, an internationally
recognized credentialing authority.
The Institute received the Accreditation with
Excellence Award from the Commission on
Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies Inc.
(CALEA) during the 2013 CALEA Conference in
North Charleston, S.C., in March.
I The Institute is the first training academy.
associated with a college or university to.receive
the award in the nation. It has been accredited by
CALEA since 2007.
"Achiev ing renewed CALEA accreditation and
now Accreditation with Excellence is a big deal,
and it is a testament to the hard work of our entire
tea m at the Institute. We are extremely proud of
this designation," said Polk State President Eileen
Holden.
Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd offered his
congratulations:
"The Pqlk State team at the Institute holds them-
selves to the highest possible standards, so that
they can educate and produce some of the best
law enforcement officer candidates in the nation,"


Judd said. "I am very proud of the men and women
who have worked so hard to earn the prestigious
Accreditation with Excellence designation."
Virginia-based CALEA was established in 1979
to improve the delivery of public safety services.
It does this primarily by maintaining a body of
standards developed by public safety practitioners ,
that cover a wide range of public safety initiatives.
Law enforcement agencies, public safety com-
munications agencies, campus security forces and
training academies that meet the standards receive
CALEA accreditation, an internationally recognized
designation.
The Institute is one of only 20 training academies
in the country to receive CALEA accreditation and
was the first training academy associated with a
college or university to earn CALEA accreditation.
Reaccreditations have been awarded on a three-
year cycle since then.
Now, the Institute belongs to an even more
elite group of CALEA agencies those that have
received Accreditation with Excellence.
The Accreditation with Excellence Award was
established in 2011 to recognize agencies that
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Polk State student Cassi Graham


graduates, but refuses to stop


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Polk State College, established in 1964, serves over
20,000 students annually with a range of workforce-
related associate's and bachelor's degrees, as well
as a variety of continuing education and certificate
programs.

The College's physical locations include:

Polk State Airside Center
3515 Aviation Drive
Lakeland, FL 33811

Polk State JD Alexander Center
152 E. Central Ave.
Lake Wales, FL 33853

Polk State Lakeland
3425 Winter Lake Road
Lakeland, FL 33803

Polk State Lake Wales Arts Center
1099 State Road 60 East
Lake Wales, FL 33853

Polk State College -
Ridge Community High School
500 Orchid Drive
Davenport, FL 33837

Polk State Winter Haven
999 Ave. H N.E.
Winter Haven, FL 33881


Student
Spotlight





For five years now, Cassi Graham has fol-
lowed a simple mantra: Don't stop.
Even as she became a single mother, strug-
gling each day to work, raise her daughter and
attend classes at Polk State College, Graham
repeated those two words to herself time and
again.
Because one day, she knew, all the work, all
the exhaustion, would be worth it.
That day was supposed to be May 7, when
she graduated with her Associate in Arts
degree. Rather than be satisfied to stop there,
however, Graham's sticking to her mantra, and
heading straight into the College's Bachelor
of Applied Science in Supervision and
Management degree program this summer.
"I know if I stop, I'll never go back," she said.
"And I have to keep going."
Graham, 28, graduated from Haines City
High School in 2003. With no clear idea what
she wanted to do with her life, she entered the
workforce, holding down various jobs. Then
at just 21, she became a mom to her daughter,
Mikayla.
When Mikayla, now 7, was just 10 months
old, her father was in a car accident, leaving
him paralyzed and Graham with a daunt-
ing new level of responsibility."I knew from
that moment on, I would be the only one to
provide and care for my daughter," Graham
said.
When Mikayla was 2, Graham was working
for a local surveying company. Her supervisor
there encouraged her to further her educa-
tion. A college degree, he told her, would
open doors and help her build a better life for
herself and her daughter.
Graham heeded the advice and enrolled at
Polk State.
She signed up for her first classes toward an


Associate in Arts degree, fitting them in dur-
ing the evenings, leaving herself only enough
time between work and school to have dinner
with her daughter.
It was an exhausting schedule most
semesters, her days were 15 hours long. At
the rate that she was able to take courses, she
also knew it would be a long, hard road to
graduation.
Still, she kept going, finding multiple
sources of inspiration along the way.
One was her recently realized career aspira-
tion of becoming a commercial construction
project manager. Graham works at Winter
Haven-based Tucker Construction and was
just promoted from office manager to as-
sistant project manager, putting her one step
closer to her goal.
Another source of inspiration, of course,
was the better life she knew she was indeed
building for her daughter.
"I'm going to school to provide the things
she needs and wants," Graham said. "I want
her to know, too, that she can do anything she
wants if she's willing to put her heart and soul
into it and puts forth the effort."
There was plenty of extrinsic inspiration
for Graham, too, particularly in the encour-
agement she received from her Polk State
professors even long after she'd completed
their courses. She said she has been espe-
cially thankful for support from Economics
Professor Gordon Kettle and Media Technician
Jamie Chastain, who is also an adjunct
Humanities professor.
"I had them as instructors years ago, but
they still remember my name and who I am,"
she said.
As momentous as Graham's graduation was,
she didn't put any energy into celebrating. She
didn't walk in the College's commencement
ceremony, and she had no time off before
starting coursework toward her BAS.
"I feel very accomplished and proud of
myself," she said. "But I have to keep going.
I've said it for years, and I'll.keep saying it,
'don't stop.'"
Polk State's Bachelor of Applied Science
in Supervision and Management degrees,
prepares students for career advancement in a
variety of business-related fields.


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semester was the highest since
the College began the program
in 2005.
During the ceremony,
the College presented its
Distinguished Alumnus Award
to Steve Hogan, a 1989 graduate
and chief executive officer of
Florida Citrus Sports.
Florida Citrus Sports is a
nonprofit event management
company that is responsible for
producing the Capital One Bowl,
Russell Athletic Bowl, Florida
Blue Florida Classic, Orlando
Citrus Parade, and other Central
Florida events designed to boost


the area's economy and benefit
at-risk children and educational
initiatives.
The guest speaker at the
commencement ceremony
was, Kasongo Butler, assistant
chancellor for the Division of
Florida Colleges at the Florida
Department of Education.
Butler is responsible for gov-
ernmental relations, outreach,
best practices, leadership
development, and student rec-
ognition for the Florida College
System.
Polk State College has awarded
more than 35,000 degrees since
it was founded in 1964.
Polk State College, an open-ac-
cess institution, was established
in 1964, and serves more than
20,000 students annually.


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FROM PAGE 1

effectively use their CALEA accreditation
to set the benchmark for public safety
professionalism.
Agencies that receive the award must have
received at least two consecutive accredita-
tions and must be free of any noncompliance
issues on their most recent assessments.
Additionally, agencies must meet sev-
eral criteria, including using the CALEA
Accreditation process as a tool for continuous
organizational improvement; addressing
the intent of the CALEA standards, beyond
compliance; and collecting, reviewing and
analyzing organizational data for the purpose
of improvement.
Only 99 agencies have received the award
since it began, and only five of the recipients


have been training academies. The Institute
is the first training academy associated with a
college or university to receive the award.
Polk County Sheriff's Office Capt. Bill Mann,
also director of the Institute, said the award is
a direct result of partnerships within the local
law enforcement community.
"Receiving this distinguished award is both
an honor and a tribute to the quality of the
team members we have assembled from Polk
State College, the Polk County Sheriff's Office,
the Lakeland Police Department and the
Winter Haven Police Department," he said.
"Achieving the status of Accreditation with
Excellence is due to their tireless efforts,
teamwork, and a relentless dedication to our
mission."
In addition to training provided through
the Institute, Polk State Public Safety offers
associate's and bachelor's degrees in Criminal
Justice, as well as training and degrees in
Emergency Medical Services and Fire Science.


Pe


Registration for Summer Classes
Summer classes at Polk State begin May 8.
The last day to register for Summer A six-week and eight-week classes is
May 10.
The last day to register for 12-week classes is May 14.
The last day to register for the six-week Summer B session, which begins
June 22, is June 26.
For more information or to register, visit polk.edu/admission-aid


May 11, 12
Over 55 Show Band
Polk State Winter Haven Fine Arts Theatre
2 p.m.
$8

May 14
Financial Aid Workshop
Students will receive assistance with completing the
FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid)
4 to 6 p.m.
Polk State Lakeland, Room LTB 1280


The Polk State Winter Haven Fine Arts Gallery and Theatre are located on the campus of Polk State Winter Haven, 999 Ave. H, N.E.


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May, 2013










Oh, Baby! Eagles grow on field and off


Two baby boys clap, coo, drool and
squeal near the Polk State College
softball dugout, excitedly cheering
for their mothers and a whole softball
team of "aunties."
The two boys are the children of
Amber Reveron, 20, and Rebekah
Rogers, 19.
Both came to Polk State for an
education and to play softball, but now
they are also learning about love and
acceptance as well as the joys of
motherhood.
Both Reveron and Rogers graduated
from Polk County high schools and
both dreamed of going off to college,
playing softball and having the typical
college experiences.
Life threw them curveballs, however,
when they became pregnant with their
sons.
"I was so scared," said Reveron, an
outfielder from Auburndale who was a
freshman at Polk when she learned she
was pregnant.
"I didn't know what I was going to do.
I didn't know if everything was over."
Scary as their pregnancy news was,
both Reveron and Rogers, a catcher
from Lake Wales, received love and
support from their families.
"I was nervous," said Reveron of
telling her family. "It's not what they
wanted for me. There's nothing they
could do about it. About a month after
I told them, they started to embrace it."
Reveron stood fast in taking on the
burden of supporting her son. She also
has a part-time job at a church in addi-
tion to playing and studying.
Rogers also felt she had to tread
lightly with the news.


"I was so scared of letting my family
down," Rogers said.
Her family was there every step of the
way..Family members even suggested
Rogers go away to college as she had
planned, offering to watch the baby for
her.
Rogers found her resolve.
"I thought I needed to keep going,"
she said. "I knew with the support I
had, I could do it. When he's 4, I'll be a
role model for him."
Both women are single, but they
have been in long-term relationships
with the babies' fathers. Both fathers,
LaDaran Wilson and Brandon Jackson,
live with their partners and help raise
the children.
Still, even with the help, other as-
pects of the life-changing events were
challenging, such as telling Polk State
College head coach Jeff Ellis the news.
"Amber was crying," Ellis said. "I sat
there in a kind of stunned silence."
Ellis' caring reaction endeared him to
Reveron.
"He said, 'It's OK. What are we going
to do?'"
Ellis then answered his own question.
"He told me he would allow me to
keep my scholarship and that he would
watch me graduate," Reveron said.
"I was still part of the team," she said.
"It made me feel really good, honestly."
Rogers was in high school when
she decided to accept Ellis' scholar-
ship offer. Then she realized she was
expecting.
"I didn't want to let him down,"
Rogers said.
Having told Reveron she could keep
her scholarship, Ellis stood by Rogers


Polk State College freshman Rebekah Rogers, left, shows off Braydon, while sophomore Amber
Reveron holds Drextyn.


as well.
Legally, he had no choice, since
federal law states he cannot pull
their scholarships for reasons of
discrimination.
The baby news brought the two play-
ers closer together.
Rogers and Reveron had known each
other through playing travel softball.
Once the two players found out
they were expecting, they phoned
each other more often to share their
experiences.
"I felt like we were growing up,"
Reveron said.
Rogers welcomed Brayden Wilson on
July 11, 2012.
Reveron gave birth to Drextyn
Jackson while surrounded by family,
friends and teammates on Aug. 11,
2012 one week before school started.
The babies have become a fixture at
the softball field behind the safety


Polk Baseball Finishes Third


The Polk State College baseball team concluded the
2012-13 season by taking third in the Suncoast Conference
with a 14-14 mark.
Polk finished ranked eighth in the state with a 34-16
overall record.
The Eagles celebrated several personal awards and
highlights during their campaign.
Sophomore pitcher Trey Norris of Frostproof garnered
several awards. The closer posted a school-record 14
saves, which ranks him second in the NJCAA. For his
efforts, he was named Suncoast Conference Fireman of
the Year.
Norris tallied a school-record 14 saves on the season -
second in the NJCAA, and a 3-1 record. He fanned 29 in 27
innings and posted a 2.00 ERA.


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nursing programs is. that students have
a baccalaureate degree from a nation-
ally accredited program."
The NLNAC is nationally recognized
as the accrediting agency for all
types of nursing education by a host
of government agencies, as well as
employers.
The news of Polk State's accreditation
elicited positive reactions from mem-
bers of the area's healthcare industry.
"Achieving accreditation through the
NLNAC gives Polk State's BSN program
a nationally recognized mark of excel-
lence. I'm not surprised that the BSN
program was able to quickly achieve
accreditation, as quality is what has
long characterized Polk State's Nursing
program. Polk State College provides an
educational climate that supports the
students to achieve the knowledge and
skills necessary to become an effective
professional nurse. We are fortunate
to have such a high-quality nursing
program in our community," said
Janet Fansler, executive vice president,
chief operating officer and chief nurse
executive at Lakeland Regional Medical
Center.


Sophomore catcher Erik Hindmon (Ocala) was named
Suncoast Conference Defensive Player of the Year.
Hindmon has thrown out 38 percent of base runners
against him this year while hitting .290.
Freshman pitcher Matt Pearce (Bonita Springs), fresh-
man outfielder Daniel Sweet (Mississippi) and sophomore
pitcher/outfielder Brett Jones (Plant City) were named to
the Suncoast Conference First Team.
Pearce (6-1) was named FCSAA Pitcher of the Week for
the week of April 22-28.
Sweet highlighted the season by hitting for the cycle on
March 30. He was named FCSAA Player of the Week as
well.
Jones hit .273 with a team-high 35. He was also 3-2 on
the mound.


Added Brenda Sponsler, chief nursing
executive at Bartow Regional Medical
Center:
"National accreditation is proof that
a program knows what it is doing. This
accreditation is significant because
Polk State is right here, down the road
for the area's nurses. To be able to get
a bachelor's degree from a nationally
accredited program without having to
travel or do an online program, that's
huge," she said.
Sponsler said the BSN's accreditation
is further evidence of the exceptional
job Polk State does in training nurses.
"Polk State is fabulous. I would hire
from Polk State any day. I think it
stands head and shoulders above other
programs in the area," she said.
The Polk State BSN's initial ac-
creditation is effective for five years,
which is the maximum amount of time
NLNAC allows for its initial approval.
The College's Department of Nursing
will then have to undergo another
self-assessment and site visit to receive
reaccreditation. If reaccreditation is
granted, Polk State will have to renew
its accreditation every eight years.
The College's associate's degree in
Nursing has been accredited by the
NLNAC since the 1980s.
Hutcherson credited the success of
the BSN program to its partnerships in


the area healthcare community and its
faculty members, including coordina-
tor Mavra Kear.
Polk State's BSN program was created
in response to demand from area hos-
pitals for more highly trained nurses,
and enrollment has exceeded projec-
tions every semester since it launched.
The BSN program emphasizes
creative and critical thinking to help
nurses improve the care they provide to
their patients.
"Graduates of the BSN program pos-
sess professionalism, leadership skills,
and advanced awareness of not only
their role as nurses but of the health-
care system overall," Hutcherson said.
Polk State's Nursing program is one
of several Health Sciences programs
offered by the College. The Nursing
program offers Associate in Science
and Bachelor of Science degrees, and
serves approximately 400 students
in any given term. Approximately
60 percent of Polk County's
Registered Nurses graduated from
Polk State.
Other Polk State Health Sciences
programs include Cardiovascular
Technology, Diagnostic Medical
Sonography, Emergency Medical
Services, Occupational Therapy
Assistant, Physical Therapist Assistant,
Radiography and Respiratory Care.


of the fences and dugouts. They are
adored at the field by players and
others.
Their ordeal has even taught their
Eagle teammates about responsibility.
"I have more respect for Amber and
Rebekah for staying dedicated with the
team," said outfielder Kylee Stearns.
"Especially with jobs and school.
Softball takes a lot of time."


Polk State

Athletics gives

annual awards
Polk State College's 2012-13 ath-
letic program concluded its year by
celebrating Suncoast Conference
Championships in men's basketball,
softball and volleyball at its annual
awards banquet on April 28 at the Polk
State Winter Haven Fred T. Lenfestey
Student Center.

Polk State College's 2012-13 athletic
awards recipients included:

Male Athlete of the Year, Trey Norris,
Frostproof
Female Athlete of the Year, Maggie
Roberts, Lakeland
Female Scholar Athlete of the Year,
Kylee Steams, Lakeland
Male Scholar Athlete of the Year;
Trey Norris, Frostproof
Team GPA, Softball
Fan of the Year, Polk State Nursing
Director Annette Hutcherson

BASEBALL
Blue Collar Award, Daniel Sweet,
Mississippi
Bulldog Award, Matt Pearce, Bonita
Springs
Most Valuable, Trey Norris,
Lakeland

WOMEN'S SOCCER
Most Valuable, Caitlyn Currie,
Lakeland

SOFTBALL
MostValuable, Stephanie
Koutsoumbaris, Palm Harbor
Most Valuable Pitcher, Taylor
Bowen, Gainesville
Silver Slugger, Maggie Roberts,
Lakeland
Eagle Pride, Kylee Stearns, Lakeland
Gold Glove, Brooke Threlkeld,
Auburndale
Golden Spikes, Rose Stevens,
Mulberry

VOLLEYBALL
Most Valuable, Rachel Aguilar,
Venezuela
Most Improved, Ilea Maldonado,
Puerto Rico
Best Defensive, Ilea Maldonado,
Puerto Rico
MostSpirited, Ashley Toth, Orlando
Mother Hen, Ashley Hass, Orlando
Best Blocker, Stephanie Harris,
Miami
Most Aces, Rachel Aguilar, Venezuela


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Polk State receives Gateway to College grant


Polk State College has received
$325,000 from Gateway to College
National Network to support its third
charter high school.
Gateway to College National Network
encompasses 43 institutions across
23 states; besides Polk State, the only
other Gateway to College partner insti-
tution in Florida is Florida State College
at Jacksonville.
Gateway to College serves students
who have dropped out of- or are
unlikely to graduate from high
school, helping them to earn both a
high school diploma and substantial
college credit.
Polk State Lakeland Gateway to
College will serve students in Polk
County.
"With this new high school, Polk
State College will help students to
overcome enormous obstacles and
achieve their education," said Polk
State Lakeland Provost Steve Hull. "We
are creating something truly nontradi-
tional and something that will be part
of the solution for these students."
The school, to be located on the
campus of Polk State Lakeland, is being
custom designed to meet the needs of
students who have become academi-
cally disengaged at their traditional
high schools.
The new school will serve students
who face the most challenging of
circumstances.
As examples, priority admission will
be given to students who have not at-
tended school in at least three months;
who are supporting a child or are the
primary caretakers of other family


members during traditional school
hours; or who are homeless.
"Students with problems like these
are the 'invisible students,'" said Polk
State Lakeland Gateway Director Sallie
Brisbane. "They have the potential to
handle the rigor of college, but they
have all these other things going on
that are standing in their way."
To meet the needs of its nontra-
ditional student body, Polk State
Lakeland Gateway to College will
conduct classes in the afternoon and at
night, allowing students to work or care
for their families. For added accessibil-
ity, coursework will be delivered in a
blended online and face-to-face
- format.
Students will also be provided
tutoring and one-to-one instructional
support, and assistance with navigat-
ing available social services. In doing
so, the school will eliminate many of
the obstacles that threaten students'
academic success.
In addition, Polk State Lakeland
Gateway will require students to take at
least three college courses, for a total of
nine credit hours.
"This school will demystify the col-
lege experience for its students, helping
them to not only complete their high
school diplomas but also get a jump-
start on their college studies," Hull said.
Like Polk State's two existing public
charter high schools that allow high
school students to earn college credit,
Polk State Lakeland Gateway to College
will be free to attend. The existing
schools are Polk State Chain of Lakes
Collegiate in Winter Haven and Polk


State Lakeland Collegiate; Brisbane
is also the director of the Polk State
Lakeland Collegiate.
Polk State anticipates its new high
school will enroll 75 to 100 juniors and
seniors during the 2013-14 school year.
Its maximum enrollment will be 300;
the College expects to reach that goal
by the school's third year of existence.
The Gateway to College model has
proved effective in forever changing the
academic trajectories of its students.
A 2012 study, for instance, found that
73 percent of Gateway to College
graduates continued their post-sec-
ondary education and one-third have
already earned post-secondary degrees
or certificates.


For more information on Polk State
Lakeland Gateway to College, contact
Brisbane at sbrisbane@polk.edu or
863.669.2322. For more information
about Gateway to College National
Network, visit gatewaytocollege.org.
Polk State College, an open-access
institution, was established in 1964,
and serves more than 20,000 students
annually. Its offerings include the
Associate in Arts, which is parallel
and fully transferrable to the State
University System, and the Associate
in Science, which is designed to lead
directly to the workforce. The College
also offers a variety of continuing
education and certificate programs. For
more information, visit polk.edu.


Polk State College will host a series of information sessions for those inter-
ested in attending its new Polk State Lakeland Gateway to College Collegiate
High School.
Information sessions are planned for the following dates and times:


May 14
6:30 p.m.
Room LTB 1100
Polk State Lakeland
3425 Winter Lake Road

May 16
6:30 p.m.
Room LTB 1100
Polk State Lakeland
3425 Winter Lake Road


May21
6:30 p.m.
Larry R. Jackson Branch Library
1700 N. Florida Ave., Lakeland


May 30
6:30 p.m.
Room WST 126
Polk State Winter Haven
999 Ave. H N.E.


For more information, please contact Polk State Lakeland Gateway to College
Collegiate High School Director Sallie Brisbane at 863.6692322 or sbrisbane@polk.edu.


Hidden talent: Athletic Director Bing Tyus


grows his love for landscaping


As Polk State's longtime Athletic
Director, Bing Tyus is known to many
as "the sports guy."
And yes, he can rattle off all sorts of
sports facts and stats, memories and
minutiae.
Spend a little time with him off the
field or court, however, and you just
may get a glimpse into another of his
passions gardening.
It's an interest that, disconnected
as it is to his daily job, actually has its
roots in his work at Polk State.
Tyus first came to work at Polk in
1983, as head baseball coach. At the
time, the coach's job duties included
tending for the playing field sodding,
fertilizing, mowing, watering, the whole
shebang.
"I had to beg and borrow for equip-
ment and fertilizer. It was just me and
a couple of assistant coaches for years,
working on the field," he said.
Tyus had spent much of his child-
hood on his grandparents' Panhandle
farm, planting peanuts, soybeans and
cotton. But tending to the baseball field
,was his first foray into landscaping
- and he loved it.
With Tyus' care, the field grew
green and lush, thick and inviting.
One day, his wife, Polk State Senior
Administrative Assistant Debbie Tyus,
said to him: "I want my yard to look like
your yard."
Tyus, always the eager-to-please
husband, he says with a grin, heeded
Debbie's words, and in 1992 yes, he
remembers the exact year he bought
his first rose bush from a Plant City
antique store.
He went home, put it in the ground,
and it flourished.
From that one bush, his interest in
gardening grew, and now his yard in
Lake Wales blooms all year, full of crepe
myrtles, orchids, tabebuias, cacti -
and, of course, his roses.
Through the years, he's createdthe


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Polk State Athletic Director Bing Tyus is also
a successful gardener. Here, he shows off two
rose bushes he grew from clippings off other
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beautiful landscape his wife wanted,
but also found a source of peace, one
he thinks most people would enjoy, too,
if they would give it a try.
"For me, gardening is solace. It's very
gratifying to put a plant in the ground
and step outside your house every day,
and smell it and watch it grow," he said.
Here, Tyus shares his tips for all the
novice gardeners out there who want to
spruce up their yards and maybe get
a bit of that inner peace, too.

Know your yard
The first thing you have to do, but
that a lot of people don't do, is really
think about your yard. How much
sunlight do you get and in what parts
of the yard? Do you have an irrigation
system? If not, how much time and
money do you want to spend to wa-
ter your plants? In addition to knowing
your yard, you also really should take
the time to develop a relationship with
the people at your nursery, hardware
store or wherever you're going to


buy the plants. They have all kinds of
knowledge that can help you, but you
have to ask first.

Start small
A lot of people try to do too much at
once, and they end up spending lots of
money on plants that don't work out.
I know because I've done it myself.
Pick a small section of your yard and
start there. If that works out, move on
to the next. You can make a big impact
with very limited time and resources.
Speaking of time, it's important to think
about your lifestyle when landscaping,
too. If you work and have a family,
you're not going to have the time to
care for high-maintenance plants.

Get plants that can stand the test
It's important to choose plants
that are hardy that can stand cold,
drought, and insects. I've had great "
success with old roses which are
disease resistant, easy to grow, and
hardy in all kinds of conditions. I have


old roses all around my house; they do
well in the sun and in the shade. Old
roses can be hard to find, but worth
asking for at your local nursery because
they're easy and have beautiful color.
I have two favorite varieties: Louis
Philippe and Seven Sisters. Also, crepe
myrtles and magnolias do really well
with very little upkeep. I also have cacti
in my yard and they produce some of
the most beautiful flowers I've ever
seen with no water at all.

Think about the future
Just because you're planting in the
late spring or summer doesn't mean
you shouldn't be thinking ahead to the
winter. Think about not only how the
plants you choose are going to handle
the change in seasons, but also think
about when certain plants bloom.
Crepe myrtles are beautiful in the sum-
mer and tabebuias are beautiful in the
winter. If you take the time to plan, you
can have a beautiful blooming yard all
year long.


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Summer Camps


Summer Band Camp
A Summer Band program debuts
this year in Bartow and it begins
Monday, June 17 and will run until
Thursday, June 27.
Any student entering sixth, seventh,
or eighth grades, regardless of what
school you will be attending, can take
part in the summer program.
Students will have the opportu-
nity to sign up for either or both
classes which is Beginning Band and
Advanced/Intermediate Band.
The Beginning Band meets from
8:30-10 a.m., for any student who has
never played an instrument and would
like to learn how, or for students to
take up a second instrument.
During the first day students will
be tested with their instruments and
recommended as to which they should
play. Students should not buy an
instrument before this.
The Advanced Band, which meets
from 10:30-noon, is for students who
have played one year or more and
already have their own instruments.
Students will further develop their
technique and read through many ar-
rangements which are out for concert
band.
All classes will be held at the Bartow
High School Band Building and all
students must provide their own
transportation.
The cost is $40. This fee covers the
cost of utilities, salaries, and custodial
fees and will be collected the first day
of the summer band. There will be
no classes on Friday as the county
operates on a four-day work week in
summer.

Bartow First Assembly
Throughout the week, children will
be exposed to something different to
keep their skills and minds sharp. On
Monday kids go to the park and play
for a while. Tuesday is the big field
trip days: And it includes Lego Land,
Family Fun Center, Polk Historical
Museum, The Florida Aquarium and
attending a Tampa Bay Rays baseball
game. On Wednesdays kids go bowling
to Cypress Lanes in Winter Haven.
On Thursday the kids get to let out
their inner fish. Kids get the chance to
splash around at the City of Bartow's
Civic Center pool where they are
supervised by not only our staff, who
get in the water with the kids, but also


by the certified lifeguards on duty.
Friday will be mostly "stay on cam-
pus" days. Such activities on Fridays
would be, but not limited to; popcorn
and movies, Fire Truck and K9 shows,
Water Play, Carnival Day and much
more!
The after-school program is $55
weekly. We do offer a $5 discount for
each additional sibling. There is a $40
registration fee for the after-school
program. The summer program is $99
weekly. There is also a $5 discount for
each additional sibling. All field trips
are included in the weekly fee. There is
a $40 registration fee for the summer
program.
Our Summer Program is open from
June 6-Aug. 16..

{tay'-cho} an art gallery
{tay'-cho} an art gallery has some
different and creative ideas as your
local gallery and art learning center.
Painting classes for all ages, jewelry
making, and summer art camps have
been added to our services.

Summer Drawing Classes
Beginning in June, there are several
options for Art Camps. They will be
week-long sessions open to kids 10
and older. Our first session begins
June 24-28 and will be 3 hours long
from 1-4 p.m. daily.
The second session is July 15-19 and
the last session is Aug. 12-16.
Each session is $100 and lessons
will be based on students ability. All
supplies will be provided. Reserve
your spaces now. Family discounts are
available.
Register for 4 Saturday painting
sessions beginning June 8. This is an
introductory class for beginning paint-
ers who would love to learn to paint
in oil or acrylic. The cost is $75 for the
class plus materials.

Bartow Bash Summer Camp
June 17-Aug 9 (no camp Thursday,
July 4)
7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
For completed kindergarten through
age 12
At the Carver Recreation Center
Includes camp T-shirt, daily
lunch, swim lessons, recreational
swimming, arts and crafts, field
trips, intro to tennis, intro to golf,
ADA accessible playground, and


PHOTO BY LARRY JEWETT
Bartow Golf Course pro Chris Banks keeps a close eye on the swing of Chase Miyasato during the
summer camp offered at the course.


PHOTO PROVIDED
Bartow Bash Summer Camp members received swim lessons sponsored by Bartow Community
Health Care Foundation this summer. Lessons were given to 353 kids through Bartow Parks &


Recreation Department.
athletics all included in the fees
Open Registration through May 10
at Bartow Parks & Recreation Office.
weekly fee is $75 for residents plus tax,
$85 for non-residents plus tax. A $15
plus tax per week deposit is required
to hold your child(s) spot in camp.
Program qualifies for the Sliding
Scale Fee Assistance Policy or Multiple
Child Discount. Proof is required at
time of registration to receive the
reduced rate.
Go to www.cityofbartow.net/
index.aspx?page=574 for form and
information.

Camp Blast
City of Lakeland Parks and
Recreation Department Camp BLAST,
the summer recreation program
for elementary students who have
completed kindergarten through the
fifth grade. Camp dates are Monday,
June 17- Friday, Aug. 9. Full registra-
tion for the 8-week program is either
$350 for Camp Explore Program
(in-town trips) or $500 for Camp
Adventure (in- and out-of-town trips).
Due at the time of registration is $200
per child. Fees are payable by cash
or check only. Parents must bring a
copy of child's most recent report
card. Enrollment is limited and camp
participants will be taken on a first-
come, first-served basis so come on
out to Kelly Recreation Complex..
Call the Kelly Recreation Complex at
863-834-3284. Visit www.lakeland
gov.net/parkrec/WhatToDo/Play/
SummerCamps.aspx for forms.

Circle F Dude Ranch
Having focus and passion keeps
Circle F Summer Camp growing
stronger each year. There are 65 horses
and more than 25 different activities
available on our private 500+ acres of
lush Live Oaks, rolling hills and the
best of old Florida and 42 acre lake. It's
been open for 61 years. Enrollment is
limited early registration is a must.
1st Session (2 weeks) Sunday
June 9-Saturday June 22
2nd Session (3 weeks) Sunday
June 23-Saturday July 13
3rd Session weeksk) Sunday
July 14-Saturday Aug. 3,
4th Session (10 days) Sunday
Aug. 4-Tuesday Aug. 13
Costs and details: circlefduderanch-
camp.com/summer-camp?gclid=COyo
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Florida Warrior Running Camp
This camp is at Webber International
University at Babson Park, 1201 North
Scenic Hwy
It is for those high school age,
middle school age. It is an overnight
running Camp and Cross Country
Camp that is seven days and six
nights. It costs $430 and starts on
July 28.
Campers should bring two pair of
running shoes, blanket or sleeping
bag, casual clothes and shoes, copy of
insurance card, Epi-Pen, insect repel-
lent, linens, socks, toiletries and pillow
There will be a variety of summer
camp sports, games, and activities
into the affordable running camp.
There is a separate running camp that
seperates campers into smaller groups
based on their running ability.
For information, visit http://warrl0r.
com/florida-running-camps

TiAnViCa Riding Academy Summer
Camp
Camp is held from June 17-21,
June 28 and July 1- July 5.
There will be feeding and grooming,
riding, story time and crafts.
Cost for the week is $150 which in-
cludes lunch. Hours are 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
for ages 6-12 and space is limited. For
information call 888-548-2972 and
speak with Sara.
For forms and information, visit
tianvica.org/?p=324

Eagle Lake Summer Safari
Monday, June 10-Friday, Aug. 2
Resident rate $325 for eight weeks,
non-resident rate $425 for eight weeks.
Summer Safari will take your child
on many adventures while they are
exploring Polk County and native
Florida. They will visit Circle B and
the campers will participate in their
educational program. There will be
a trip to Lake Kissimmee State Park
and the Cow Camp. Campers will visit
Bok Gardens and several other Polk
County sites. The campers will be
swimming once a week at the Winter
Haven Complex on Cypress Gardens
Boulevard (a swimming test will be
completed by each camper to assess
their ability). Campers will see a movie
at the Cobb Theater once a week as
well. For information call Eagle Lake
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City Hall at 863-293-4141.
You will be required to place a
deposit to hold a space for your child
(children).
For information, visit www.eagle
lake-fla.com/
Frostproof Art League Art Camp
"Cowhunters, Pioneer Life and
Citrus"
Aug-.12-14
10 a.m.-noon, ages 6-9; from
1-3 p.m. ages 10-14
Monday Theme: 1800s Cowhunters
Education: 5 minutes recording by
Kissimmee State Park Cowhunter
Art Project: Painted sand art on
canvas of cracker cattle or pony, and
designing a branding iron.
Snacks: Potato cakes and grits cakes
with pancake syrup
Tuesday Theme: Pioneer Life
Education: Recording by pioneer
family at Homeland Heritage Park
Art Projects: boondoggles, pioneer
toys,corn husk dolls and church dolls
Sew a burlap bag for jacks (rocks
and ball)
Snacks: Chocolate gravy and bis-
cuits, butter and honey
Wednesday Theme: Citrus
Education : The importance of citrus
to Frostproof
Art Projects: Paint stamping with
fruit and homemade paint
Sugar scrubs and jar label designs,
secret writing with citrus and design-
ing a citrus label.


Snack: Homemade ice cream.
Call the Gallery to reserve a seat.
For prices and information, call
863-804-0494.
YMCA
School may be out, but the Y is in.
Many of the children and teens who
come to our summer programs also
come during the school year, or if not,
they come back each summer to be
with friends to play, learn and grow.
Camps Live On! Lakeland Y 863-644-
3528, Fontaine Gills Y 863-859-7769
Poinciana Y 863-496-1814 Winter
Haven Y 863-292-0922, YMCA Par 3
863-577-0236. Be safe around water,
gymnastics, sports, and aquatics
-keep their child physically active
and activities geared towards self-
discovery keep their minds active
and engaged in learning. All Y summer
programs are intentional about com-
bating youth obesity, summer learning
loss and feelings of isolation (being
alone at home). Even if you don't need
full day programs or programs for the
entire summer, the Y has so much to
choose from.
Camps
Kinder Camp, ages 3-5
Day Camp, ages 5-12
All Star Sports Camp, ages 6-8 and
9-11
Camp Summersault, ages 6-12
Day Camp Add On Enrichment
Classes
Teen Extreme Camp, 13-15
Wet and Wacky Camp, ages 5-10
Fit & Swim Camp, ages 10-13
Jellyfish Camp, ages 3-6
Winter haven Day Camp, ages 5-12


Poinciana Family YMCA, ages 5-12
Fontaine Gills Family YMCA, ages
13-15
Fontaine Gills Family YMCA, ages
5-12
Fast Track Golf Camp, ages 8-12
PLAYers Cup Camp, ages 12-18
Golf camp, ages 8-15
First Tee Golf Academy, Ages 12-17
Half-Day Sports Camp
In conjunction with the Lake
Wales Family YMCA Summer Camp
Program, there is a Half-Day Sports
Camp program for children ages 4-11
years old. It is designed to develop
young athletes and focuses on build-
ing fundamentals and having a great
time through games and activities.
Camps will be run by high school and
college athletes. All camps will run
from 9 a.m.-noon with drop off from
8:30-9 a.m. and pick up from noon-
12:30 p.m. Camp begins. A new sport
will be introduced each week of camp.
Sports include basketball, soccer,
swimming, diving, tennis, cheerlead-
ing, football, baseball, softball, bowl-
ing, Ultimate Frisbee and dodge ball.
The weekly fee is $40 for members
and $55 for non-members. There is no
registration fee for this program.
Kids at College
Polk State Kids at College has been a
favorite of Polk County families for
20 years.
The program is for children ages
5-14. Participants choose from
50 classes in topics such as Art,
Photoshop, Robotics, Rocketry,
Science, Spanish and Video Game
Design.


Kids at College will take place
Monday-Thursday during two
sessions:
The cost per class ranges from
$50-$70.
The registration deadline for Session
1 is June 13; the deadline for Session 2
is July 1.
2013 Kids at College Dates
Session 1: June 17 27 (Monday
- Thursday)
Polk State College, Lakeland cam-
pus, 8:15 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
Polk State College, Winter Haven
campus, 1:15 p.m.-5:30 p.m.
Session 2: July 8-18 (Monday
- Thursday)
Polk State College, Lakeland cam-
pus, 8:15 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
Polk State College, Winter Haven
campus, 1:15 p.m.-5:30 p.m.
Bok Academy, 8:15 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
For additional information, please
contact Brenda Bracewell at
bbracewell@polk.edu or 863-298-6826.
Lance Niekro Baseball Camp
High School Prospect Camp /
Showcase
July 26-27
ages: 9th-12th grade
Site: Henley Field
1049 N. Florida Avenue Lakeland
$150 per camp
Youth Baseball Camps
June 24-27, July 22-25
Ages: 6-13
Site: Historic Henley Field
1049 N. Florida Avenue Lakeland,
Florida
$200 for one camp; $300 for both
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CAMPS


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Visit www.lanceniekrobaseball-
camps.com to register and pay
online. Call 863-940-4727 for more
information

Moccasin Academy
June 24-27 ($350)
If at least three members of your
high school team attend together,
individual price is reduced to $300
Boys & Girls, ages 11-18
Limited to first 40 paid entrants
All levels of golf are accommodated
Instruction from 9 a.m.-noon daily.
After lunch, campers will play the
course.
Day concludes at 4 p.m.

Moccasin Elite Academy
July 1-2 ($200)
If at least three members of your
high school team attend together,
individual price is reduced to $175
Boys & Girls, ages 12-18 who have
a desire to play tournament golf.
Limited to first 15 paid entrants
This camp is two full days of hands-
on instruction on the lesson tee and
short game areas only
The Coaches: Robbie Davis, FSC
Women's Golf Head Coach, Doug
Gordin, FSC Men's Golf Head Coach,
David Joyner, Lakeland Christian
School Girls' Golf Head Coach
For more information call (863) 581-
0284 or email lrobertdavis@hotmail.
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Polk County Museum of Art
The Museum strives to give your
child a feeling of success and accom-
plishment in their artistic abilities and
to develop their love and appreciation
for the arts. Summer Art Camp focuses
on the basic instruction of Drawing,
Painting, Sculpture, Photography, etc.,
where students will gain inspiration
from famous artists from the ages, art-
ists currently displayed in the museum
galleries and emerging art trends.
They will be taught skills using new
and interesting techniques and quality
materials to produce artwork.

SESSIONS:
Session #1: June 10 21
Session #2: June 24 July 5 (no
classes July 4th)
Session #3: July 8 19
Session #4: July 22 -August 2

AGES:
Completed 1st grade-14 years old

Crafts Create functional work
(weaving, woodworking, metal work-
ing, paper craft, etc.).
Digital Photography Learn
more about your digital camera.
Students can provide own digital
camera or use Museums.
Drawing Variety of drawing
media (marker, pastel, etc.),
Jewelry Making Design and
construct your own jewelry.
Fashion Design Design and
create art you can wear.
Computer Art Create artwork
using a computer.
Mixed Art Use of non-tradition-
al media and found objects.


Painting Variety of paints
(tempera, watercolor, acrylic).
Performance Create a play to
perform for family and friends.
Printmaking Printing with
various materials (relief print, book-
making, journaling, stenciling, T-shirt
design, etc.).
Sculpture Sculpt with clay,
papier-mach6, etc.
Textile Learn a variety of art
techniques with fabric and fibers
(Weaving, dyeing, molding, etc.).

Daily schedule
8-8:45 a.m., Early drop off (Before/
After care fee applies)
8:45-9:00 a.m., Drop off
9-11 a.m., 1st class
11 a.m.-11:30 a.m., Supervised lunch
(students bring lunch)
11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m., 2nd class
1:30-2 p.m., Snack time (Museum
provides snack)
2-4 p.m., 3rd class
4:00 p.m., Pickup
45 p.m. Late pickup (Before/After
care fee applies)
Note: Students cannot be dropped
off more than 15 minutes before their
first class. Lunchtime and snack time
are only for those who have a class
before and after lunch time or snack-
time. Students are to be picked up
promptly after their last class.

CLASS TUITION: (per student/per
class): $100 for PMoA members, $115
non-members. Fees include materials
unless otherwise noted. Discounts
are available for students taking more
than one class. A second class is $5 off
and a third class is $10 off. Save $15


for every 3 classes you take.
Save on Additional classes, 1 class,
$100 for members, $115 for non-
members. 2 classes, $195 for members,
$225 for non-members. 3 classes, $285
for members, $330 for non-members.
4 classes, $385 for members, $445 for
non-members. 5 classes, $480 for
members, $555 for non-members.
6 classes, $570 for members, $660
for non-members. 7 classes, $670 for
members, $775 for non-members.

Note: A Family/Household
Membership level is required to
qualify for class discounts for children.
Each class is two hours and runs
the length of a full Session 2 weeks.
(Monday-Friday) A full day (9 a.m.-
4:30 p.m.) consists of taking 3 classes.
Tuition will not be prorated due to
a student's absence. The Museum also
does not allow registration for half a
session, considering all classes are
curriculum based. All classes start at
a entry level and progress during the
2 week time period.

BEFORE/AFTER CAMP CARE
(optional)
$100 per student/per session Fee
is in addition to full day tuition fee
(3 classes). No partial payments. Care
is 8 a.m.-5 p.m. (Regular full day camp
time is 8:45 a.m.-4 p.m.)

REFUNDS
If a class is cancelled due to low
enrollment, a full refund will be
available. If a class is not canceled and
refund is requested, a reimbursement

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TrSave:: ,'. Begins June 10, 2013 Ends August 16, 2013 Ages 4-12 years old
10 themed weeks that will include field trips to the movies, parks and
local attractions.
Also includes breakfast, lunch and afternoon snacks.
Price is per week: Y members rate is :$110. Community rate is $125
*Price per week includes the cost for most of the field trips.
Time: 6:30 am 6:00 pm Monday -Friday
Specialty Camps: These are weekly camps for cooking, silly science, duct tape,
drama and junior art camp. Also includes breakfast, lunch and afternoon snack. Only
select dates and limited space available.
Price is per week: Y members rate is $130 Community rate is $145
Time: 6:30 am 6:00 pm
Save $5 per week on Travel and Specialty Camp by setting up auto draft payments.
St''::' .-. ';' These are weekly camps that are offered from 9-12 in the morning
or 1-5 in the afternoon. Sports include swimming/diving, soccer, basketball, baseball
and more. Campers that stay for both AM and PM camps will be served lunch.
Price per camp: AM camp: Y members rate is $35. Community rate is $50.
PM camp: Y member rate is $45. Community rate is $60.
Membership:
Pay The Day during the Month of May! Your joiners fee
will depend on the date in May that you join on. Join May
8th and pay a joiners fee of $8 plus the prorated monthly %.4
membership rate. Original joiners fee amount is $50. .1
Save the whole month of May 2013

* Enjoy the new temperature controlled outdoor pool that .
will be a comfortable 82 degrees all year long!
* Swim lessons are under way. Next session starts on
June 6th for all ages beginning at 6 months old.
* Swim team has begun! Join swim team for $40 a
month to develop your strokes and compete against
other teams in the area. Must be a Lake Wales Y member for Swim Team.


WHO? Open to City of Lake Wales residents (registration
to first 40 children in grades 1-2,4-5

WHEN? Monday, June 10 Thursday July 26,2013
9:00 12:00pm Academics
12:30 330pm Recreation

NOTE: No Classes July 4,2013

WHERE? B Street Community Center
230 B Street Lake Wales, FL 33853
Phone: (863) 679-8091
Recreation Director. Mrs. Kay Neely

WHAT? Activities will include swimming, bowling,
library visits, outdoor recreation and a field
trip at the end of the program.

HOW? Pick up an application at the B Street Community


limited


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Center and return the completed application by hand or
mail to:
B Street Community Center .-.,
230 B Street
Lake Wales, FL 33853

We are asking that children coming to the academic ,
+" program in the morning stay for the recreation program
fiu -' the afternoon.
AV Parents and guardians will be responsible for transporta-
tion to/from the summer program site. Transportation
will be provided for any special activities and field trips.

Breakfast will be served from 8-00 8:30. Lunch will be
served from 12:00-12:30.

Program supported By These Partners
* Green & Gold Foundation, Inc. Lake Wales Family Literacy C
* Mountain Lake Community Service Lake Wales Charter Schools
* Full Gospel Deliverance Church AAUW Lake Wales Branch


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will be made in full up to seven days
prior to the class starting date. No
reimbursement will be made after the
seven-day period.

Summer Rock Camp
Advanced (Ages 13-Up) June 10-14
from (9 a.m.-11:30 a.m.)
Summer Rock Band Camp
Beginner (Ages 10-Up) June 17-21
(9 a.m.-11:30 a.m.)
Summer Trumpet Camp
Beginners (Grades 6, 7, 8) June 10-14
(1-2:30 p.m.)
Summer Trumpet Camp All State
Prep (Grades 6, 7, 8) June 17-21
(1-2:30 p.m.)
Summer Drum Camp Intermediate
(Grades 6, 7, 8) June 24-28
(9 a.m.-11:30 a.m.)

The offer is for private music les-
sons and music classes for all ages
and levels. We offer piano lessons,
guitar lessons, voice lessons, Drum/
Percussion lessons, Trumpet lessons,
Trombone/Baritone lessons, Flute
lessons, and more! We look forward to
serving you with, "The Best in Music
Education."
Contact Randy or Michelle Manzi
at manzismusic@tampabay.rr.com or
863-860-9941
All lessons take place at our school
1629 Shepherd Road, Lakeland

Summer Registration Fee: $15 per
family
Summer Camps
Rock Band Camp, Advanced,
(June 10-14), 9-11:30 a.m. $199 per
student
Trumpet Camp, Beginner, (June 10-
14), 1-2:30 p.m., $99 per student
Rock Band Camp, Beginner,
(June 17-21), 9-11:30 a.m., $199 per
student
Trumpet Camp, All State Prep,
(June 17-21), 1-2:30 p.m., $99 per
student
Drum Camp, Intermediate, (June 24-
28), 9-11:30 a.m., $199 per student

Summer Private Lessons
Private Lessons (1/2 hour rate): $36
per student
Class, 2 student minimum (/2 hr
rate): $25 per student

Contact: Renee Wetherington, 863-
582-9747 or rwetherington@challenge-
island.com

Challenge Island Camp
Challenge Island, has announced its
2013 summer camps sessions, various
themed camps for ages 5-12, which is
from June 10-Aug. 16.
Challenge Island is an imagina-
tive, enrichment program that
fosters STEM (Science, Technology,
Engineering and Math) concepts and
creative and critical thinking skills.
But don't let the brainy benefits fool
you because there is nothing school-
like about this awesome summer
camp. Loosely based on a well-known
reality TV show, Challenge Island
has kids dividing into cooperative
tribes and taking on a vast array of
mind-bending challenges set on
action-packed thematic islands. From
designing rockin' Roller Coasters at
Roller Coaster Ridge to rad rockets
at Rocket Heights to awesome air-
powered vehicles at Blow-Cart Beach,
your campers' boundless creativity is
the Challenge Island Summer Camp.
Every Challenge Island Summer
Camp Includes:
Age-appropriate "Island Challenges."
Trained, Screened "Tribal Leaders"


to facilitate the program.
Cool Challenge Island themed
giveaways for each participant.
Full day (8 a.m.-5 p.m.) and half day
(9 a.m.-noon or 1-4 p.m.) camps are
available. Half day pricing is $125 per
week per child and full day pricing
is $225 per week per child. A sibling
discount and multiple camp discount
are available. Register online at www.
challenge-island.com/polk
Additional information about the
2013 summer camps, can be obtained
by calling 863-528-9747 or via email to
rwetherington@challenge-island.com
Contact Renee Wetherington at 863-
582-9747 or renee@bricks4kidz.com

Bricks 4 Kids
Bricks 4 Kidz, has various themed
camps for ages 5-12, to be held
June 10-Aug. 16.
Space Adventures, Extreme
Expedition, Stop Motion Movie
Making, Super Heroes Academy,
Ninja, Model Designer and Animal
Grossology camps will be held at vari-
ous locations throughout Polk County.
Camps are staffed by trained, screened
Bricks 4 Kidz teachers. Kids use LEGO
bricks to explore the world of engi-
neering, architecture, robotics and
animation movie-making in an open,
friendly and team-based environment.
Bricks 4 Kidz camps keep the pace
fast and varied with guided projects
and challenges as well as time for
free-play, so the kids are always having
fun. Children work in pairs to build
projects using Bricks 4 Kidz model
plans. The children work and play
with specialized LEGO Technic pieces
such as gears, axles, and beams as well
as electric motors, sensors, remote
controls and more!.
Full day (8 a.m.-5 p.m.) and half day
(9 a.m.-noon or 1-4 p.m.) camps are
available. Half day pricing is $125 per
week per child and full day pricing
is $225 per week per child. A sibling
discount and multiple camp discount
are available.
Additional information about the
2013 summer camps, can be obtained
by calling 863-528-9747, online at
www.bricks4kidz.com/florida-polk or
via email to renee@bricks4kidz.com

Explorations V Children's Museum
Explorations V Children's Museum,
109 N. Kentucky Ave., Lakeland,
has Super Hero Summer Camp for
ages 6-12 and Storybook Camp 2013
for children ages 4-6, to be held
June 10-Aug. 9.
Super Hero Summer Camp will focus
on weekly topics featuring the cultural
arts, science, cooking and math and
includes Super Hero themed activities,
a free T-shirt, museum exploration in
Explorations V's hands-on exhibits and
high-energy outdoor play.
Storybook Camp focuses on kin-
dergarten readiness and will include
weekly themed enrichment activities
based on featured stories by popular
children's authors.
Full day (9 a.m.-5 p.m.) and half day
(9 a.m.-1 p.m. or 1-5 p.m.) camps are
available. Half day pricing is $85 per
week per child for museum members.
Full day pricing is $135 per week per
child for museum members. Non-
member pricing is $100 per week for
half days and $150 per week for full
days. Extended care is available for
and additional fee.
A sibling discount and full summer
discount will be available. Annual
Family Memberships are available for
$70 per year.
Additional information about the
2013 summer camps, annual fam-
ily memberships or Explorations V
Children's Museum can be obtained
by calling 863-687-3869 or via email to
info@explorationsv.com.


PHOTO BY DEBRA GOUVELLIS
Leighanne Helms, a certified lifeguard for the weekly pool visits at Webber University, encour-
ages Edward Henry into the pool. Helms is a part of the Babson Park summer camp program and
the other bonus is that she attended the school as a child herself. "Edward would not even go
into the water when the kids first came and now he trusts me enough to slide off the side into
my arms," said Helms. The summer camp is still taking in new children. For more information call,
(863) 678-4664.


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there is another linking trait to these
summertime events ... grooming.
Professional grooming plays many
important roles in the well-being of our
pets. There is certainly the aesthetic
aspect; we want our pets to look and
smell good, but there are also medical
benefits of grooming.
Allergies, fleas, yeast and bacterial
conditions can all benefit from routine
medicated bathing.
In longer haired pets, these baths can
be facilitated by a short haircut. The
protocol for medicated bathing can be
as often as 2-3 times a week, possibly
with multiple shampoos and condi-
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Trimming and plucking ears can help to
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tract infections in females.
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are my forte, but for everything else I
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base, on the rear/thighs, underarms
and behind the ears. Mats can even
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due to skin conditions, especially when
bathing with a prescription shampoo.
Your veterinarian can provide valuable
input as to the need for a shorter clip in
order to get the optimum benefit from
prescribed shampoos.
Open communication is a key com-
ponent to the client/groomer relation-
ship. Don't be afraid to ask questions or
explore options and bring a picture to
give your groomer an idea of what you
want. The groomer will be able to tell
you if the clip you want is appropriate
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- A number of young artists were rec-
ognized for their talent at a reception
last week in honor of the Frostproof Art
League's annual Student Art Show.
There were ribbons passed out in a
number of categories, ranging from
kindergarten students all the way to
senior high school.
Frostproof Middle Senior High
School senior Marenna Weidler won:
Best of Show honors for her work,
"Butterfly at Sunset."
Following are a list of the 2013
winners:
Early Elementary (grades K-2): First
place to Maximus Koloc, first grader at
Babson Park Elementary for "A Snowy
Day;" second place to Page Davis, sec-
ond grader at Frostproof Elementary
for "Blue Car in the Desert." Third
place to Arlene Quintero, first grader at
Frostproof Elementary for "Monorail."
Honorable mention awards went to
Nina Colon, kindergarten student at
Babson Park for "Muddy Pig," and
to Paula Ramos, second grader at
Frostproof for "Mars Mission."
Later Elementary (grades 3-5):
First place to Raphael Koloc, third
grader at Babson Park for "Ancient
Spiderman." Second place to.Lauray
Marston, fourth grader at Babson Park
for "My Great Greek Vase." Third place
to Cameron Dicks, fourth grader at
Babson Park. for "Mama and Me."


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Winners in the after school art program grades K through 2 category were, from left: Joie Love,
Undsey True, Kailey Kenshalo and Kiah Kenshalo. They are pictured with Jenny Grenke, League
president, and Diana Webster-Biehl, show chairwoman.


After School Art Program
(grades K-2): First Place to Joie Love, 7,
for "Flower in Bloom." Second place
to Christopher David Branson, 7,
for "Sailboat." Third place to Kia
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Kenshalo, 7, for "Heart on Purple and
Black." Honorable mentions were
presented to Lindsey True, 7, for "Te
Amo", and to Kailey Kenshalo, age 5,
for "Tree."
After School Art Program
(grades 3-5): First place to Destiny
Hess, 11, for "Chance Luck Fate."
Second place to Shelby Garrett,
age 10, for "Fall Colors" and third
place for "Good Friday." Honorable
mention to Gabriel Vences, 9, for
"Untitled."
Middle School (grade 6-8): First
place to Kayla Eleece Reed, eighth


PHOTOS BY NEAL BYRD


Frostproof High School art teacher Sara
Chambers poses with the Best in Show award
winner, Butterfly at Sunset" done by senior
Marenna Weidler.
grader in Frostproof, for "Swamp
Land." Second place to Arillana Garcia,
eighth grader, for "Me."
High School Ceramics (grades
9-12): First place to Zach Rowles,
11th grader, for "Turning Leaves."
Second place to Joel Campos, senior
at Frostproof High School, for "Blue
Circles."
High School drawing and watercol-
or (grades 9-12): First place to Brenna
Jones, ninth grader, for "Self Portrait."
Second place to Jose Gonzalez, a
senior, for "Lost."
High School mixed media
(grades 9-12): First place to Melissa
Aguilar, 10th grader, for "Celestial
Woods." Second place to Jose
Gonzalez, senior, for "Gymnastics."
Third pace to Ivan Valdez, a junior, for
"Tree of Paradox." Honorable Mention
went to Liz Lizalde, a senior, for "Blue
Currents."


Winners in the after school art program for upper grades were, from left: Destiny Hess, Shelby
Garrett and Gabriel Vences. Also pictures in back, show chairwoman Diana Webster-Biehl and
Jenny Grenke, League president.


Winners in the early elementary age group induded Page Davis and Paula Ramos. They are
shown with League President Jenny Grenke and show chairman Diana Webster-Biehl.


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Frostproof chess players make their move to learn


Some Frostproof students make their according to their grade level and
mark in local schools. There's another rating," noted Johnson. "Players earn a
group, however, that is learning by mak- rating which increases with wins."
ing their move. Players who achieved perfect at-
They are all members of the Ridge tendance all received a Faithful Knight
Chess Club, which has operated for a medallion. Three Frostproof players
number of years now, and has grown to were so honored, including Kailynn
include 17 schools from south and east Gibson and Sean Baerhold from BHG
Polk County. and Kaden Gibson from Frostproof
In fact, there are students from Elementary.
Frostproof Elementary, Ben Hill Griffin In addition to the Grand Prix tour-
Jr. Elementary and Frostproof Middle nament held between October and
Senior High School that participate, ac- January, the organization hosted a
cording to long-time club advisor Alice grand finale event in February, with four
Johnson, who also serves as Ben Hill rounds played all on one Saturday.
GriffinJr.'s network manager and Title I Both events, Johnson explained, use a
program facilitator, so-called Swiss scoring system.
While the program serves as a great "In this type of tournament, each
learning experience, it has its competi- player is paired with another player
tive aspect as well. who is doing as well as him or herself.
The season generally runs from A computer program is used for the
October to January, with students from pairing of the rounds.
all the schools meeting once a month The first round is random," she noted.
for a total of 12 rounds. "The player earn points depending on
Outside of Frostproof, schools send the outcome of the game. The players
teams from Babson Park Elementary, in the second a subsequent rounds are
Candlelight Christian Academy, then paired with another player with
Brigham Academy, Jewett School of the same points."
the Arts, Jewett Academy, St. Joseph She says the method makes sure
Catholic, Grace Lutheran, home everyone gets to play.
schooled students, Landmark Christian, "Players are not eliminated and play
Lake Wales Senior High School, the same number of rounds," she said.
McLaughlin Middle School, Spook If there is a tie, the computer program
Hill Elementary, Janie Howard Wilson is then called upon to break the ties by
Elementary and Bok Academy. using the player ratings to calculate the
"The players are grouped in divisions "strength" of the win.
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in the Ridge Chess Club, which indudes 17 schools including all three Frostproof schools.


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David F.

Lewis






Current residence
Fort Meade, Fla.

Current position
Associate Superintendent for Learning
- 2010-present

Where
Polk County Public Schools System, Bartow, Fla.

About the district
95,000 students
51 percent minority (68 percent free/reduced
lunch eligible)
$1.28 billion annual budget ($749.9 million
operating funds)
6,000 employees

Responsibilities (current/previous, partial list)
Led and coordinated development of district's
shared core values
Coordinated development, oversight of $18.2
million Learning Division budget
Coordinated $36.2 million in federal Title 1 and
Title 2 entitlement grants
Conduct analysis to calculate district's baseline
Social Return on Investment
Planned and procured district adopted instruc-
tional materials, as well as implemented tracing
process, realizing $50,000 savings

Accomplishments
Conceptualized and implemented STEAM
(Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math)
Academies in all Polk County Middle Schools with
planned expansion to feeder elementary schools.
Developed comprehensive three-year Common
Core Standard Implementation Plan.
Seven consecutive years of increased gradua-
tion rates during tenure as Senior Director of High
Schools and Associate Superintendent (2005-2012)
Developed district-wide training for teachers in
grades 4-12 on the Comprehension Instructional
Sequence Module focusing on text density and
complexity.
Increased dual enrollment participation rates
by over 50 percent in headcount and more than 80
percent in number of credit hours (2009-2012).
Authored successful $2.1 million Advanced
Placement Incentive Grant to establish an Advanced
Placement pipeline within the district (2005-2010)
Conceptualized, initiated a sound and engineer-
ing design career academy

Question/answer posed during interview: "What
is your philosophy on charter schools?"

Answer: "Charter schools are hear to stay.
Competition is good. (Need to ask) What are we
doing to attract our students and have them come
to us. At the end of the day, what do we do for our
students?"

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SKathryn

LeRoy






Current residence
Jacksonville, Fla.

Current position
Director of High School Programs 2012-pres-
ent; prior to that, from 2008-2012, Chief Academic
Officer, Duval County Public Schools

Where
Duval County Public Schools, Jacksonville, Fla.

About the district
125,000 students
61 percent minority, 55 percent free/reduced
lunch eligible
$1.6 billion annual budget
183 urban/suburban schools
Largest black student population in Florida
14,000 employees.

Responsibilities (current/previous; partial list)
Supervision of following departments/schools:
Supporting the effective curriculum implementa-
tion of acceleration programs, including dual enroll-
ment, early college, advanced placement, honors, IB,
Advanced International Certificate of Education and
career and technical education (current)
As ChiefAcademic Officer (previous)
Implemented Duval County School Board's Theory
of Action and Aligned Instructional System
Oversaw, provided direction for all curriculum,
such as English Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL),
Exceptional Student Education (ESE), alternative
education; and all federal program and grants, research
and accountability, and professional development

Accomplishments
Raised percentage of high schools with an Excellent,
Good or Satisfactory grade from 31.6 percent in 2007 to
100 percent in 2012. Lowest performing high schools
(D and F grades) advanced to A, B, C grades, a first for
Duval County since inception of FCAF
In partnership with High School Programs, in-,
creased acceleration expansion from seven programs
in 2007 to 24 programs in 2012; a 243 percent increase
Designed, implemented district-wide transition to
the Common Core State Standards through partnership
with research-based Charles A. Dana Center (UniveritN
of Texas-Austin)
Provided direct oversight, design, implementation
and execution of programs, initiatives and staffing of
over $195 million in local, state and federal funding,
representing 15 percent of total budget (Title 1 through
10, K-12 Reading, Race to Top and others programs.

Question/answer posed during interview- "What is
your management philosophy

Answer: "Overall, I'm a collaborative leader. My
management style is trust, yet verify. I am a good
communicator. I had one of the most diverse staffs in
Jacksonville."


Dr.

Constance

A. Jones




Current residence
Estero, Fla.

Current position
Administrator-on-Assignment/Chief Academic
Officer 2003-present

Where
The School District of Lee County, Fort Myers, Fla.

About the district
85,000-plus students from Pre-K-12/Adult
education
51 percent minority (72 percent free/reduced
lunch eligible)
$1.4 billion annual budget ($770 million operat-
ing funds)
9,000 employees

Responsibilities (current/previous; partial list)
Supervision of following departments/schools:
Elementary/Secondary principals on day-to-day
operations/issues, including end-of-year perfor-
mance evaluations
Elementary/Secondary principals and assistant
principals meetings, leadership development
training
Curriculum and staff development center
Testing, evaluation and educational research
Grants and program evaluations
Intervention services

Accomplishments
2009-2010: Achieved highest graduation rate/
lowest dropout rate in 10 years in The School
District of Lee County
2010-2011: Achieved letter grades of "A" or "B"
in 91 percent of the 88 elementary, middle and
high schools graded by the Florida Accountability
.System
2010-2011 through 2012-2013: Obtained an
A+ rating and designation of a "high performing
district" from the State of Florida. Lee County one,
of 13 (out of 67) school district to achieve designa-
tion, with largest, most.diverse student population
of top ranking school districts (2010-2011)
Academic progress, closihg achievement gap in
Title I and Reading First schools
Recognized by the Blrookirigs Institute for
having second lowest achievement gap between
high-income/low-income households when
analyzing nation's 100 largest metropolitan.areas.
Hispanic-white gap fourth best nationally; black-
white gap 14th best nationally.

Question/answer posed during interview: "How
would she handle transition? Keep qualified people
or go outside?"

Answer: "I'm sure there would be a need to bring
in new people, but they don't necessarily have to
come from outside Polk County."


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FEELING


Local facility salutes National Nurses Week


By LAUREEN ALBRECHT
SPECIAL TO THE SUN COAST MEDIA GROUP.
Every year National Nurses Week,
which is held May 6-12, focuses at-
tention on the diverse ways America's
3.1 million registered nurses work to
save lives and to improve the health of
millions of individuals.
Honoring nurses this year is no ex-
ception for Spring Lake Rehabilitation
Center. Brian Devine, director of nurs-
ing, describes some ways his facility
nurses are guided by this year's theme
of "Delivering Quality and Innovation
in Patient Care."
Devine says that they are one of the
first in the state of Florida to provide
a treatment modality called 'MIST'
therapy.
It's a painless high-frequency ultra-
sound coupled with sterile saline that
is used to accelerate the wound healing
time and improve patient outcomes.
The modality is brought.by their
physician-led wound care team. It's a
collaborative team consisting of nurses
and physical and occupational thera-
pists. They possess wound care skills
and represent a special niche in the
health care world.
As team members they each have
separate roles but one goal, which is to
win. Winning to them is speedy wound


healing. For them to describe a wound
could take more than a thousand words
and each word gives a detailed picture
on the stage of healing.
Knowledge of wound care takes a
large vocabulary. Just knowing the
words is not enough. Devine says
that you must also possess the ability
in rendering the most quality driven
medications and be innovative with the
latest dressings most appropriate for
quick recovery.
Devine said each step is important
but the big picture is patient status
because each condition will affect
wound care. Co-morbidities such as
diabetes will alter wound care progress
as well as other details such as dietary
protein levels.
These are only two small details, out
of dozens of other considerations that
a nurse looks at to determine ultimate
patient outcomes. Looking at the big
picture is part of Devine's job as direc-
tor of nursing, but he must also be keen
to wound care details.
It is quality driven not numbers
driven. Devine says their modality is
not reimbursable but patient need is
always paramount and it's a proactive
way to give with quality and innovation
in patient care. To Devine, exceptional
care is not thinking about numbers and
the bottom line.


PHOTO PROVIDED


Brian Devine says that Spring Lake is one of the first in the state of Florida to provide a treat-
ment modality called 'MIST'therapy.


He knows it's not the numbers or
paperwork interaction that takes care
of business; it's the direct intervention
of nursing that bring excellence and
modernization and makes a real differ-
ence in the lives of his patients.


For information, call 863-294-3055.
Spring Lake Rehabilitation Center offers
comprehensive outpatient and inpa-
tient therapy services for short or long
term care. They are located at 1540 6th
Street N. W, Winter Haven.


Bartow health fair


PHOTO PROVIDED
Participating healthcare providers pictured from left to right Dr. Gregorio Medalle, nurse Carolyn
King, nurse Cortney Hillman with Adelyn Hillman (nurse in training) and nurse Jason Hillman.
Pharmacist Mark King is not pictured.


Bartow Community Health Fair took
place at St Thomas Aquinas Church on
Saturday, April 27 and about 30 people
were seen and provided with blood


pressure screening, blood glucose checks
for diabetes, medication review and
consultation.
Bartow Regional Medical Center and St.


sees


Thomas Aquinas Church helped support
the cause in meeting the needs of people
in the community. Bartow Community
Health Fair is a semi-annual event planned
and organized by Community healthcare
providers to identify diabetes and hyper-
tension as a free service to the community.
This was the first time it was held in
Bartow as it and because of its success
Jason Hillman, a registered nurse who
helped it, said its success in those coming
to it will likely make it a regular event.
"We had some fun with it and we enjoy
doing it for the community," he said. "We
want to continue doing it and we're going
to start reaching out to other churches in
the community to see if they want to help.

Howard named CEO of
Lake Wales Medical Center
Andrew D. Howard was named
Assistant CEO of Lake Wales Medical
Center.
Howard, 37, comes to Lake Wales


from Corinth,
Miss., where he
served four years
a A Fas Director of
Operative Services
at Magnolia
Regional Health
Center. He has 15
years of leader-
ship experience
and 10 years
experience in hos-
Andrew D. Howard pital operations.
He is Board certi-
fied in healthcare
management
as a Fellow of the American College
of Healthcare Executives. He holds a
Master's in Healthcare Administration
and an MBA, both from the University
of Alabama at Birmingham. He also
serves as a Major in the Air Force
Reserves.
He and his wife, Candace, have three
children.


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Frostproof Realty, LLC (863)
635-4246 www.frostproofreal-
ty.com
361 N LAKE REEDY BLVD,
FROSTPROOF 3 bedroom, 2
bath concrete block home on
large corner lot, updated kitchen
with granite counter tops, wood
cabinets, ceramic tile floors,
large living room and master bed-
room, fenced in back yard.
Owner motivated Asking
$79,900.
Frostproof Realty, LLC (863)
635-4246 www.frostproofreal-
ty.com
110 N LAKE REEDY BLVD.
FROSTPROOF 2 bedroom, 2
1/2 bath concrete block home on
Beautiful Lake Reedy, in city lim-
its, remodeled kitchen with
ceramic tile floor with a mosaic
design, main bathroom has been
remodeled, living room, family
room and formal dining room,
large porch overlooking lake, dou-
ble carport, Dock with boatslip.
Asking $219,900.
Frostproof Realty, LLC (863)
635-4246 www.frostproofreal-
ty.com
413 HWY 630, FROSTPROOF-
This cozy lakefront cottage has
lots of charm and is located on
Beautiful Lake Clinch. It has 2
bedroom, 1 bath on a large lot,
spacious family room, ceramic
tile and wood floors -hru,,jgh,,-ut
the home, single carport. Must
see! $169,900.
Frostproof Realty, LLC (863)
635-4246 www.frostproofreal-
ty.comr

1020 HOUSES FOR SALE
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3BR/2BA 4+ acres very
rural. Backs up to River Ranch
Acres, hundreds of acres of
recreational land and woods
on each side! Large
barn/workshop with electricity,
a utility shed with electricity, a
dog kennel, and another out-
building! ASKING $107,500
COME SEE!
Estelle @ 863-632-2062
Estelle Sullivan Realty
109 N Scenic Hwy
Frostproof Fl
www.EstelleSullivan.com
RESIDENTIAL
NICE 3/2 HOME with a
breakfast bar, ample cabinet
space, pantry closet, Florida
room, tile throughout, and 2
car garage, just listed at
$99,900 ID #2242 PRIME
PLUS REAL ESTATE INC.
863-676-7040 www.prime-
plusrealestate.com


113 REEDY CREEK DR, INVESTOR SPECIAL 3 Bed-
FROSTPROOF 3 bedroom, 2 room 2 bath block home with


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110 N. LAKE REEDY BLVD- FROSTPROOF
Lake Reedy home with 2 bedrooms,
2 1/2 baths, remodeled kitchen
and main bathroom, spacious back
porch, dock with boat slip.
Asking $219,900


Melba C. Taylor,
Realtor/Broker
S10 N. Scenic Hwy.
Frostproof, FL 33843


1020 HOUSES FOR SALE
ample kitchen cabinet space,
one vehicle carport, screened
porch, and storage area in car-
port. Great for investors, cash
only, just listed at $42,900 ID
#501 PRIME PLUS REAL
ESTATE INC. 863-676-
7040 www.primeplus-
realestate.com
NICE 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH
HOME with new carpet, paint
and vinyl. The eat-in kitchen
has a breakfast bar, new dish-
washer, and ample cabinet
space. This home has a family
room with a fireplace, a large
patio area with a screened in-
ground pool, a laundry room
with sink, fenced backyard,
and 2 car garage, just listed at
$129,900 ID #7733 PRIME
PLUS REAL ESTATE INC.
863-676-7040 www.prime-
plusrealestate.comn

TRI-LEVEL LAKEFRONT
HOME 7 Bedroom 4.5 bath
home with a full private living
quarters in basement. Formal
living room leads to large lanai
and pool area. Home has new
carpet, fresh paint and 2 fire-
places. The fenced yard has a
beach area with dock and boat
cover; just reduced to
$239,900 ID #3204 PRIME
PLUS REAL ESTATE INC.
863-676-7040 www.prime-
plusrealestate.com
OWNER FINANCING Spa-
cious 3 bedroom 2 bath home
has a formal living and dining
room, a large eat-in kitchen
and a bonus room that could
be in-law quarters. Exterior has
been freshly painted, owner
financing available; just listed
at $119,900 ID #22 PRIME
PLUS REAL ESTATE INC.
863-676-7040 www.prime-
plusrealestate.com
SPACIOUS LIVING This 3
bedroom 2.5 bath located on
just under a 1/2 acre with
2,084 sq. ft. living. Large living
room with fireplace. Open
kitchen overlooks dining area.
Screened porch with fenced
back yard; just listed at
$154,900 ID #3623 PRIME
PLUS REAL ESTATE INC.
863-676-7040 www.prime-
plusrealestate.com

LAKEFRONT HOME ON
LAKE WALK-IN-WATER,
large covered dock with boat
lift, formal living and dining
room, family room with fire
place, enclosed Florida room,
remodeled kitchen with break-
fast nook, sun room, work
shop, screen porch; Spectacu-
lar views from family room,
kitchen and Florida room, lush
landscaping, privacy fenced
yard, utility shed, $255,000
ID #9402 PRIME PLUS
REAL ESTATE INC. 863-
676-7040 www.primeplus-
realestate.com
CORNER LOT HOME Neat,
Clean and move in ready. This
home has a newer roof, floor-
ing and freshly painted interior.
Split bedroom floor plan. Large
formal dining room, spacious
living room. Laundry room
could be converted into anoth-
er bedroom or even a 2nd
bathroom. Just under a 1/4 of
an acre fenced lot; just listed
at $77,700 ID #520 PRIME
PLUS REAL ESTATE INC.
863-676-7040 www.prime-
plusrealestate.com


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CANAL FRONT HOME 4 bed-
room 2 bath home with a
bonus room, patio area, 2 car
carport located on canal lead-
ing to Lake Buffum; just
reduced to $52,900 ID
#3523 PRIME PLUS REAL
ESTATE INC. 863-676-
7040 www.primeplus-
realestate.com
2 BED 2 BATH HOME This
home has a spacious Florida
room, a covered screened
porch with ceramic tile floor-
ing, fenced yard, new carpet,
paint, a/c unit, range, dish-
washer, and septic system.
Just listed at $69,900 ID
#105 PRIME PLUS REAL
ESTATE INC. 863-676-
7040 www.primeplus-
realestate.com

FIXER UPPER 2 bedroom 1
,'it!h home with vaulted ceil-
ings, inside laundry room, 1
vehicle carport and an open
back patio, needs work; just
reduced to $39,900 ID #618
PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE
INC. 863-676-7040
www.primeplusrealestate.c
om


1020 HOUSES FOR SALE
SUN N' LAKE HOME 2 bed-
room 2 bath home with eat-in
kitchen, pantry, breakfast bar,
wood burning fireplace, 1 car
garage and front & back
porch, reduced to $34,900
ID #3916 PRIME PLUS
REAL ESTATE INC. 863-
676-7040 www.primeplus-
realestate.com
COUNTRY LIVING 3 Bed-
room, 2.5 Bath home on 4.2
fenced & cross fenced acres.
Large Kitchen, Great Room,
oversized 2 garage w/ Liit,r,
storage room, Screened back
porch, open patio, Pole Barn
for RV & Boat. Much more!
Reduced to $255,000 ID
#1997 PRIME PLUS REAL
ESTATE INC. 863-676-
7040 www.primeplus-
realestate.com

NICE 2 BEDROOM 2 BATH
HALF DUPLEX with ample
cabinet space, breakfast bar,
large closets in both bed-
rooms, and a screened in
patio; reduced to $34,900 ID
#766 PRIME PLUS REAL
ESTATE INC. 863-676-
7040 www.primeplus-
realestate.com


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SINGLE FAMILY HOME locat-
ed on almost 5 fenced acres,.
2 bedroom and 2 bath split
room floor plan, large 28x13
screened porch, detached
garage and pole barn; just
reduced to $135,000 ID#
6970 PRIME PLUS REAL
ESTATE INC. 863-676-
7040 www.primeplus-
realestate.com
BUNGALOW STYLE FIXER
UPPER With a little TLC this 3
bedroom 1 bath home will be
adorable, it has a large living
room with formal dining, newer
roof and an oversized lot.
"Priced to sell" Owner is moti-
vated and will consider all
offers, just reduced to
$32,000 ID# 615 PRIME
PLUS REAL ESTATE INC.
863-676-7040 www.prime-
plusrealestate.com

NEWER HOME BUILT IN
2005 This spacious 4 bed-
room home has so much to
offer, French doors leading to
screened in back porch, split
bedroom plan, 2 car garage,
ceramic tile, fenced yard with
play area, right outside of city
limits but close to everything;
listed at $99,000 ID# 367





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PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE
INC. 863-676-7040
www.primeplusrealestate.c
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SPACIOUS 3 BEDROOM 2
BATH HOME, This spacious
home comes with a fireplace,
screened in patio, a utility
room with a sink, indoor win-
dow shutters, a separate
entrance to the porch from the
master bedroom, and a 2 vehi-
cle carport with storage
space; just reduced to
$89,900 ID #713 PRIME
PLUS REAL ESTATE INC.
863-676-7040 www.prime-
plusrealestate.com

AVON PARK--WE HAVE


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1020 HOUSES FOR SALE
SEVERAL HOMES FOR
SALE, all are priced to sell
quickly, some with lake view,
great investment opportunity;
call today for more information
or stop by our office for details
and map.
PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE
INC. 863-676-7040 or visit
online www.primeplus-
realestate.com

SEBRING--WE HAVE
MANY LISTINGS IN
SEBRING AREA, HOMES,
CONDOS, Priced Low, call
863-676-7040 today for more
information or stop by our
office PRIME PLUS REAL
ESTATE INC. or visit online


1020 HOUSES FOR SALE
at www.primeplus-
realestate.com
CONDOS

1ST FLOOR CONDO 2 Bed-
room 1 bath Condo with
screened porch, breakfast bar,
and berber carpet, close to
shopping district; just listed at
$39,900 ID #639 PRIME
PLUS REAL ESTATE INC.
863-676-7040 www.prime-
plusrealestate.com

IMMACULATE 2 BEDROOM
2 BATH CONDO located on
the second floor, completely
furnished along with newer
appliances and central a/c
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1020 HOUSES FOR SALE
combo, beautiful views of the
sunrise from the 15x6
screened balcony. Community
offers a great amount of
amenities; listed at $54,000
ID#216 PRIME PLUS REAL
ESTATE INC. 863-676-
7040 www.primeplus-
realestate.com
GREAT WINTER RETREAT
OR GET AWAY, Completely
Furnished, includes Washer (no
dryer), Ceramic Tile through-
out, bedroom has carpet,
screened porch has ceramic
tile, roof new 2009; Amenities
include: Pool, Rec. Room,
Clubhouse, lake access, spa,
tennis courts, shuffleboard,
basketball, mini-golf, bocci
ball, gym, library; reduced to
$40,000 ID #905 PRIME
PLUS REAL ESTATE INC.
863-676-7040 www.prime-
plusrealestate.com

COMMERCIAL

LARGE 2 STORY OFFICE
BUILDING Needs remodeling
to be completed. May have up
to 6 office spaces, reception
area, 2 conference / meeting
rooms and two 1/2 baths. Has
separate work shop/storage
area with overhead door, 2
separate self-storage build-
ings, approx. 50 + units and
some climate controlled. Much
potential to generate income
from office space and storage
units. All reasonable offers will
be reviewed and considered;
just listed at $179,900 ID
#6443 PRIME PLUS REAL
ESTATE INC. 863-676-
7040 www.primeplus-
realestate.com

VACANT LAND

OVER 1/2 AN ACRE OF
LAND just waiting for you to
build the home of your
dreams. This is truly country
living at its best, this property
is located not far from the
Kissimmee Chain of Lakes.
Owner is motivated and will
consider all offers. Seller has
2 additional parcels, listed at
$9,000 ID #17 PRIME PLUS
REAL ESTATE INC. 863-
676-7040 www.primeplus-
realestate.com

1.29 ACRES WITH
FRONTAGE ON BOY SCOUT
ROAD Near the Kissimmee
Chain of Lake and State Park.
Owner is motivated and will
consider offers. Don't miss
this chance to own a beautiful
piece of land in such an amaz-
ing area. Owner has 2 other
parcels available; just listed for
$18,000 ID #24 PRIME
PLUS REAL ESTATE INC.
863-676-7040 www.prime-
plusrealestate.com

1/2 ACRE BUILDABLE LOT
Central Florida golfing commu-
nity features this 1/2 acre
building lot. Owner will consid-
er financing with 30% down,
listed price $20,000 ID #606
PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE
INC. 863-676-7040
www.primeplusrealestate.c
om
1.29 ACRES WITH
FRONTAGE ON BOY SCOUT
ROAD Near the Kissimmee
Chain of Lake and State Park.
Owner is motivated and will
consider offers. Don't miss
this chance to own a beautiful
piece of land in such an amaz-
ing area. Owner has 2 other
parcels available; just listed for
$18,000 ID #14 PRIME
PLUS REAL ESTATE INC.
863-676-7040 www.prime-
plusrealestate.com
RECREATIONAL PROPERTY
Just over 10 acres, good for
hunting and camping only,
located in River Ranch, perfect
property for outdoor lovers,
listed price $12,000 ID
#RR10 PRIME PLUS REAL
ESTATE INC. 863-676-
7040 www.primeplus-
realestate.com


1020 HOUSES FOR SALE
2 BEAUTIFUL BUILDABLE
LOTS just under a 1/4 an acre
located in Babson Park. Prop-
erty is already cleared and is
just waiting for you to build the
home of your dreams. Owner-
ship provides deeded access
Crooked Lake. Asking price is
$9,000 per lot. Owner will
consider offers. ID#1012
PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE
INC. 863-676-7040
www.primeplusrealestate.c
om

WATER FRONT VACANT
LAND Great location to build
your home and have access to
Walk-in-Water Creek, access to
lake depends to water levels,
lot approx. 2.56 acres; just
listed at $25,000 ID #L22
PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE
INC. 863-676-7040
www.primeplusrealestate.c
om

BEAUTIFUL VACANT LOT IN
AVON PARK LAKES This
quiet neighborhood is just wait-
ing for a new home. The prop-
erty is located in the estab-
lished Avon Park Lakes area
just a short walk to the lake,
two lots combined for- a
80'x100' property which gives
you plenty of space to build
your dream home. Priced to
sell, listed at $7,500 ID
#2821 PRIME PLUS REAL
ESTATE INC. 863-676-
7040 www.primeplus-
realestate.com

RIVER RANCH RESORT RV
LOT Beautiful wooded lot avail-
able, this is a great place to
put your RV for the season or
the year. Boat dock and ramp
close by with access to Lake
Kissimmee which has amazing
fishing available. There are
many features available; listed
at $25,000 ID #248 PRIME
PLUS REAL ESTATE INC.
863-676-7040 www.prime-
plusrealestate.com

JUST OVER 5 BEAUTIFUL
ACRES This amazing country
setting is located in a gated
deed restricted community
and it's just waiting for you to
build the home of your
dreams, priced to sell at
$45,000 ID #LT30 PRIME
PLUS REAL ESTATE INC.
863-676-7040 www.prime-
plusrealestate.com

BEAUTIFUL CORNER LOT
NEAR BLUE LAKE, if you are
looking for a spot to build your
dream home, this is the per-
fect location, near blue lake,
close to US 27, area of nice
homes; $29,900 PRIME
PLUS REAL ESTATE INC.
863-676-7040
www.primeplusrealestate.c
om

HOME SITE, Nice half Acre lot
located in Beautiful Area of
Homes. Growing Region Cen-
trally Located between Winter
Haven and Lake Wales. Partial-
ly Cleared and ready to Build
your First Home. Reduced to
$24,900 id #cc PRIME
PLUS REAL ESTATE INC.
(863) 676-7040
www.primeplusrealestate.c
om

WOODED HOME SITE! 2
Acres of Beautiful Woods in
deed restricted community to
build your new home! Not too
far from Public Boat Ramp into
Lake Rosalie. Owner Motivated
and will look at all Reasonable
Offers! $39,900 id# 11209
PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE
INC (863) 676-7040.
www.primeplusrealestate.c
om

LAKE FRONT ON LAKE
WALK IN WATER, Just Over
5 Acres, Partially Wooded, Pri-
vate Location, Dead End
Street. Great Price! $59,900
id# Lt22 PRIME PLUS REAL
ESTATE, INC 863-676-
7040 www.primeplus-
realestate.com


1020 HOUSES FOR SALE
BLUE JORDAN FOREST,
ALMOST 3 ACRES, BEAUTI-
FUL NATURAL FLORIDA
WOODS, Gated community,
lots of wildlife, enjoy the coun-
try peaceful atmosphere,
$22,000 ID # 2631 PRIME
PLUS REAL ESTATE INC.
863-676-7040 www.prime-
plusrealestate.com


1030 WATERFRONT HOMES
CLINCH LAKE 3BR/2BA
with "Mother-in-Law"
1BR/1BA (Full Kitchen)
attached, 12x50 screen
porch, sea wall, dock on
crystal-clear lake!
BEAUTIFUL! $350,000
Estelle @ 863-632-2062
Estelle Sullivan Realty
109 N Scenic Hwy
Frostproof FI
www.EstelleSullivan.com
FURNISHED Lake Front
3BR/2BA adorable home,
scr porch, dock & More!
ASKING $109,900
Estelle @ 863-632-2062
Estelle Sullivan Realty
109 N Scenic Hwy
Frostproof FI
www.EstelleSullivan.com
Lake Front FURNISHED
Bungalow 1BR, 1BA, huge
workshop, crystal-clear
lake! ASKING $86,900
Estelle @ 863-632-2062
Estelle Sullivan Realty
109 N Scenic Hwy
Frostproof FI
www.EstelleSullivan.com

ASKUS

HOW
you can place a
PICTURE
of your item
for sale
in your
classified ad!
LIKE NEW 2003 2BR/2BA
Lakefront, all tile flooring,
cathedral ceiling, nice
kitchen, garage, large scr
porch with slate flooring &
open patio! ASKING
$215,000
Estelle @ 863-632-2062
Estelle Sullivan Realty
109 N Scenic Hwy
Frostproof FI
www.EstelleSullivan.com

1090 MOBILE HOMES
FOR SALE
BREEZE HILL

9198Lake Pt Dr 2BR/2BA
SALE PENDING!
3653 Breeze Way Just List-
ed and SALE PENDING!
Paul Bieber, Realtor

9126 Lake Pt Dr 2BR/2BA,
FI Rm. CPT "Fixer Upper"
Only $17,900!

9186 Lake Pt Dr
2BR/1.5BA, Addition, Part-
ly Furnished, CPT, lots of
storage ASKING $49,900

9213 Lake Pt Dr 2BR/2BA
Partly Furnished, CPT,
Addition, Well Kept, located
near lake, clubhouse, other
amenities REDUCED!
$51,900
9159 Lake Pt Dr 2BR/2BA,
Addition, CPT, Owner will
pay for Buyer's share to
"COPA" ($2,400) at listed
price of $42,900!

9144 Lake Pt Dr. FUR-
NISHED 2BR/2BA, FI rm,
workshop, carport pond
$28,500

Breeze Hill is a community
on shore of Walk-in-Water
Lake with Amenities: club-
house/heated pool/shuffle-
board/docks/boat ramp
Estelle @ 863-632-2062
Estelle Sullivan Realty
109 N Scenic Hwy
Frostproof Fi
www.EstelleSulivain.com


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1095 MANUFACTURED
HOMES FOR SALE
BEAUTIFUL! 3+ Acre corner
wooded lot with 3BR/2BA Man-
ufactured Home in GREAT con-
dition, added Florida rmn/vinyl
windows, 2 car carport 2
sheds (1 with electric). May
have 2 HORSES, Rural Loca-
tion! ASKING $76,300! Call
Estelle @ 863-632-2062
Estelle Sullivan Realty
109 N Scenic Hwy
Frostproof FI
www.EstelleSullivan.com
FOR SALE- 1013 First
Street, corner of Ridge
Manor- 3 BR- 2 bath- Manufac-
tured home includes large pri-
vate lot, completely remod-
eled, washer & dryer hooked
up asking $56,000. Owner
Financing available. 863-
676-6269.
HUGE PRICE REDUCTION on
beautiful, well-built, well-main-
tained 3BR/2BA home in Bab-
son Park. Spacious 26x14
enclosed sun room/thermal
windows, attached 2 car
garage, detached 18x20
garage/workshop/electricity
with garage door & man door.
Parking for RV with
elect/water/sewer. Deep Well
for irrigation of 4+ ACRES!
NOW $371,750
Estelle @ 863-632-2062
Estelle Sullivan Realty
109 N Scenic Hwy
Frostproof Fl
www.EstelleSullivan.com
JUST LISTED! South Shore
Resort Lake Wales
1BR/1BA Partly Furnished
2005 Park Model right on the
shore of Saddlebag Lake, nice
screen room, like new! Ameni-
ties include: Nice
Clubhouse/pool/shuffleboard
courts, laundry facilities, boat
launch, storage for RVs/Boats
etc. ASKING $45,900 Call
Estelle @ 863-632-2062
Estelle Sullivan Realty
109 N Scenic Hwy
Frostproof FI
www.EstelleSullivan.com
Two-three bedroom 2 bath
home with large
workshop/electricity, fenced
back yard, screen porch PLUS
2 M.H. that stay rented!
ASKING $90,000 Call
Estelle @ 863-632-2062
Estelle Sullivan Realty
109 N Scenic Hwy
Frostproof FI
www.EstelleSullivan.com
1110 OUT OF AREA HOMES
37 ACRE MIDDLE TN FARM
with 13 acre lake, nice home.
Selling at Absolute Auction,
Memorial Day. Van Massey
Auction Lic 1711. (931)433-
8686 Visit vanmassey.com
DEVELOPER FORCED LIQ-
UIDATION Smoky Mtn. Lake
Property Priced @ Foreclo-
sure/Short sale. Up to 100%
Financing/5% interest. Hurry-
Only 30 Reservations avail-
able! (877)551-0550 ext 100
1210 HOMES FOR RENT
BARTOW
2 Bd, 1 Ba with Car Port.
1145 W Polk St..
$550 per month
$500 Security Deposit
Move In Special, First
Month Free with 13 Month
Lease.
Call 863-274-4321

2 Bd, 1 Ba
Close to downtown in the
Front Porch District
1135 1/2 W Polk St
$495 per month
$500 Security Deposit
$30 Application Fee
First Month Free with 13
Month Lease Call: 863-
274-4321
BARTOW, Clean IBdr Apart-
ment in Duplex, on Bartow's
Westside. Ceramic tile floors
throughout, large kitchen,.
$425./monthly.
863-299-8070.


1210 HOMES FOR RENT
Buy 1-3BR Homes
From $1000/mo!
Pre Foreclosed and Rent20WN
Homes! Bad Credit OK! Only
500 Credit Score min. To learn
more and access local listings
call 1-866-955-0621.
FORT MEADE ~ 3Bd IBa
For info call Johnnie Jones
863-519-0665 Please leave
a message
Lake Wales area Beautiful
Country Block 3Bd 1Ba out-
side pets only $600. Call
863-635-6399

1300 DUPLEXES FOR RENT
FOR RENT Duplex Apartment.
Lake Side close in. (863)-676-
6201...

1320 APARTMENTS FOR RENT
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1 and 2 Bedrooms Avail-
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ments 863.534.3034 rent-
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COLONIAL SQUARE
APARTMENTS
SPRING SPECIALS!
1 and 2 Bedroom apts with
central a/c and heat, large
floor plans, big closets
& FREE WATER
Starting at $465/ month
Move-In Specials too
Call 24/7: 866-485-
4961
Or visit us online at:
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Efficiency Apartment. All
bills paid.. (863)-632-7013.
Close to down town. $135.00
a week.
Fort Meade, 1bd, iba, Small
Clean, Quiet. No Pets. Near
Patterson Park. $400 mo.,
$200 sd. 863-512-7326
OAKWOOD MANOR
APARTMENTS
PRICES REDUCED FOR
LEASE UP!
Our updated villa-style
apartment homes provide
comfortable living at a
great price. Rates include
water.
Studio from only $405/mo
1 BR. from only $475/mo
2 BR with w/d hookups
from only $595/month
Convenient location,
Walk to shopping.
Call 24/7 866-485-
4977
Or visit:
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ADVERTISE
In
The Classifieds!
WALES LANDING
APARTMENTS
Now Available
1 and 2 Bedroom Units
All units have central
heat/air, stove, fridge, blinds
& storage area, on-site laun-
dry.
1 bedroom starting at
$455
2 bedroom starting at
$485
This institution is an equal
opportunity employer &
provider
700 S 11th Street
Lake Wales, FL 33853
863-676-9290, TDD 711
Office Hours Mon-Fri 1pm to
4pmo
1500 LOTS & ACREAGE
GEORGIA LAND SALE! Great
investment! Relax & enjoy
country lifestyle! Beautifully
developed lAcre-20Acre
homesites. Augusta Area.
Beautiful weather. Low
taxes/Low down. Financing
from $195/month. Call
Owner 706-364-4200
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1500 LOTS & ACREAGE
LAND FOR SALE
Lake Wales 2 lots zoned for
Manufactured Homes
(water/sewer available in
park) $8,500 & $14,500

HWY 98 Frost-
proof 3 separate 1 acre lots
$15,000 each lot May
have M.H. or home and
horses are allowed(owner
financing if qualified)
IN Frostproof City
water/sewer Lot with lake
view ASKING $24,900
3.8 Acre Flag lot May have
horses & M.H. or build a
home/horses $25,000
1 Acre wooded lot on paved
road, may have horses
ASKING $10,000
In County 2.4 Acres (sep-
tic/well required) on dead-
end street ASKING $14,000
Blue Jordan Forest:
3.53 Ac wooded For Home
$14,500
3.08Ac wooded For Home
$14,900
3.16 Ac wooded/high lot
For M.H. $18,000
3.11 Ac Lot with clear drive
& building spot PLUS
well/electricity ASKING
$19,900
3.5 AC Corner Lot in the
back of the Forest, wooded
For M.H. ASKING $29,500
OTHER LOTS: Paved road
subdivision with gated with
lakefront amenities
1 Acre lot NOW $10,900
2 lots side-by-side ASKING
$43,900
Estelle @ 863-632-2062
Estelle Sullivan Realty
109 N Scenic Hwy
Frostproof FI
www.EstelleSullivan.com



1515 WATERFRONT
BEAUTIFUL 2BR/2BA home
with KraftMaid kitchen cabi-
netry, open living/Sun Porch
overlooking lake, nice scr
porch, gazebo for entertain-
ing, 2 sheds, dog run, 140 ft
dock with boat house & elec-
tric lift! MUST SEE IT! ASKING
$201,000
Estelle @ 863-632-2062
Estelle Sullivan Realty
109 N Scenic Hwy
Frostproof FI
www.EstelleSullivan.com
North Carolina Mountain
Lakefront lots. New gated
Waterfront community. Dock-
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shoreline, Low insurance, Low
property tax. Call Now
(800)709-5253

1520 OUT OF TOWN LOTS
NC mountain property
must go. 4.5 acres with out-
standing views and privacy.
$25,000 OBO, great for
home or cabin. (828)394-
9298. Ask for Richard

1610 BUSINESS RENTALS

Great retail or small
office location in down-
town Lake Wales. $350
per month, all utilities paid
by landlord. Downtown
storefront, next to The Lake
Wales News on Stuart
Avenue. Clean and ready to
move right in. Call Jim at
863-969-7454.
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Overhead doors 1-Rear Ser-,
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age available no mechanics
$750. Mo 863-701-9165,
,Leave Message


1610 BUSINESS RENTALS
REDUCED! Commercial prop-
erty, 322 S. Scenic Hwy, Lake
Wales. Excellent location,
10,000 sq ft, 14ft overhead
doors, 1500 sq ft office show
room w/AC. $1600 month +
security. 863-678-1498 or
863-241-1528
REDUCED! Commercial prop-
erty, 322 S. Scenic Hwy, Lake
Wales. Excellent location,
10,000 sq ft, 14ft overhead
doors, 1500 sq ft office show
room w/AC. $1700 month +
security.
863-678-14.98 or 863-241-
1528

2000


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Driver-Drivers choose
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DRIVERS APPLY NOW! 12
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NOW HIRING: Companies
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2001 HELP WANTED
Drivers Wanted-OTR Food
Grade Tanker Drivers Needed
Competitive pay, Benefits,
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3010 ANNOUNCEMENTS
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4010 BUSINESS
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We need more equipment!
(800)491-9029



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BUSINESS SERVICES

5054 CONTRACTORS

Miscellaneous Contract-
ing

GENERAL REPAIR!
*Additions & Remodeling
*Chimney Cleaning
*Concrete Work
*Vinyl Siding
*Roofing
Lightening Rod Installa-
tion
Painting Commercial &
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TO SERVICE YOUR POOL
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on all chemicals & parts.

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LANDSCAPE SUPPLIES
Mulch Soils & Fill Decorative
Rocks & Boulders Fertilizer
Pick up & Delivery
PRO-CUT
TREE SERVICE
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FAMILY OWNED & ESTABLISHED IN 1997
Full service moving company
Short notice residential and
commercial, moving office load
and unloading your rental truck
Professional packing and crating
Licensed piano movers
Confidential moving in divorce and domestic violence cases
863-608-6683
5313 S Florida Ave Lakeland, FL 33813
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flooring America Lackland
great prices,hug selection
877-414-1744
5100 HOME & COMMERCIAL
IMPROVEMENT
CENTRAL FLORIDA
CLASSIC GRANITE
EXPERT WORKMANSHIP
& INSTALLATION CALL
- 863-229-8274

5115 LEGAL SERVICES
PREGNANT? CONSIDER-
ING ADOPTION? A childless
energetic, spiritual, commit-
ted couple seeks to adopt.
Financially secure. Healthcare
professionals. Expenses paid.
Gil & Dave (888)580-ADOPT
(2367). FL Bar#0150789
5120 MEDICAL SERVICES
Canada Drug Center es tu
mejor opcion para ordenar
medicamentos seguros y eco-
nomicos. Nuestros servicios
de farmacia con licencia
Canadiense e Internacional te
proveeran con ahorros de
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icinas que necesites. Llama
ahora al 1-800-261-2368 y
obten $10 de descuento con
tu primer orden ademas de
envio gratuito.
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MOVING & STORAGE
Affordable Two Men
One Truck
High quality, personalized
full service moving compa-
ny. Senior Citizen Discounts.
5313 S. Florida Avenue
Lakeland, FL 33813
863-608-6683
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5150 PEST CONTROL

E-RAD PEST CONTROL
Fast, Reliable Service for
ALL your Pest Issues
Monthly or Periodic
Services Available
124 E. Orange Ave.
Lake Wales, FL 33853
863-676-7727

5165 POOL SERVICES
POOL CHEMICALS & Sup-
plies 2U call us today to ser-
vice your pool needs 863-
529-1626
5230 MISCELLANEOUS
$$$ ACCESS LAWSUIT
CASH NOW!!! $$$ As seen
on TV.$$$ Injury Lawsuit
Dragging? Need $500-
*$500,000++within 48/hrs?
Low rates APPLY NOW BY
PHONE! Call Today! Toll-Free:
(800)568-8321 www.lawcapi-
tal.com


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$29/mo! BUNDLE & SAVE
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available.) SAVE! Ask About
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/99.00 plus S &H 1-888-
886-1041 herbalremedies-
live.com
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healthy start. Join more than
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raising money to support the
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nearest club at
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New with Warranty, 3 Pumps,
LED lighting, maintenance
free cabinet, Ozone. Retails
for $21,000. Sacrifice
$9500.00. Can deliver. 727-
851-3217
NEED CASH?
Have A Garage
Sale!
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their day! FREE delivery for
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5252
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MAKE SURE TO GIVE MOM OUR
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5314

: PAUL'S :
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Golf Cart & Lawn Equipment
Sales & Service
o Set of 6 Volt Golf Cart
batteries for $449 (+tax)
* Carryout Only (installation *
Available)
Paul Wilkerson
829 Bostick Road
Bowling Green FI 33834
863-773-4400 :


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MERCHANDISE

6012 GARAGE SALES
Annual Yard Sale at
Emmanuel Baptist Fellowship
Gym. Sat May 11th 8-2 pm.
1300 County rd 630 West
Frostproof FL. Many items
small to large.www.
EBFellowshipFrostproof.co
m (863)-635-5040.


6012 GARAGE SALES


ESTATE SALE
Friday and Saturday.May 10
& 11, 483 Washingtonia
Court, Bartow, 8:00 to ?
Entire contents of house and
large screened porch in
back. Couches, tables,
beds, kitchenware, porch fur-
niture, linens, lamps, wall art,
large 6 chair dining set with
large china cabinet, knick-
knacks, tv's, too much to list.
New items will be added on
Saturday. Rain or shine!

6020 AUCTIONS
BANKRUPTCY AUCTION
Online & Onsite
Tuesday, May 14th at 10am
3609 N 29th Ave.
Hollywood, FL 33020
'06 Lexus LX 470 Sport Utili-
ty, '04 Toyota Tundra Limited
double cab, high-end quality
home furniture & decor, art-
work & paintings, salon equip-
nment, electronics, office fur-
niture, computers & more!
www.moeckerauctions.com
Details, Photos and Catalog
Moecker Auctions
(800) 840-BIDS
10%-13% BP
$100 Ref. Cash Dep.
Subj. to Confirm
AB-1098 AU-3219 Eric Rubin



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NEEDCASH?
LAKEFRONT HORSE FARM 5-
Bedroom Home, 3-Stall Barn,
Large Workshop, Garage,
Scenic Lake Frontage, Dock,
Pier. Price reduced
$799,000. Owner Financing.
Lake Tillery, East of Charlotte,
NC. Iron Horse Properties.
(800)997-2248. www.iron-
horseproperties.net
LAKEFRONT HORSE FARM 5-
Bedroom Home, 3-Stall Barn,
Large Workshop, Garage,
Scenic Lake Frontage, Dock,
Pier. Price reduced
$799,000. Owner Financing.
Lake Tillery, East of Charlotte,
NC. Iron Horse Properties.
(800)997-2248. www.iron-
horseproperties.net

6180 HEAVY/CONST.
EQUIPMENT
SAWMILLS -Band/Chainsaw -
SPRING SALE Cut lumber
any dimension, anytime.
MAKE MONEY and SAVE
MONEY In stock ready to ship.
Starting at $995.00
www.NorwoodSawmills.com/
300N (800)578-1363
Ext.300N
6260 MISCELLANEOUS
FOR SALE
DIRECT OFFICIAL
TV DEAL
America's top satellite
provider! DIRECTV plans start-
ing at $29.99/mo. for 12
months after instant rebate.
Get the best in entertainment.
800-253-0519
KILL BED BUGS & THEIR
EGGS! Buy a Harris Bed Bug
Kit. Complete Room Treat-
ment Solution. Odorless, Non-
Staining. Available online
homedepot.com (NOT IN
STORES)
Kill Roaches! Buy Harris
Roach Tablets. Eliminate
Bugs-Guaranteed. No Mess,
Odorless, Long Lasting. Avail-
able at Ace Hardware, The
Home Depot,
Homedepot.com
STOP GNAT & MOSQUITO
BITES! Buy Swamp Gator Nat-
ural Insect Repellent. Fami-
ly/Pet Safe. Repels No-See-
Ums. Available at Ace Hard-
ware, The Home Depot.
Recliner Catnapper. Green
fabric, excellent condition.
$125. 863-533-3346.


6270 WANTEDTO
BUY/TRADE

BUYING
GOLD, SILVER,
COINS, JEWELRY
Highest Prices In History!

ANY CONDITION
WE BUY IT ALL, and Pay So Much
We Almost Want to Cry. You, of
Course, Will Laugh With Glee!!
See PHIL at the former
HOLLY'S ARMY NAVY STORE
3440 Ave G NW
Winter Haven
Mon-Sat 10am-5:30pm
Call first to confirm I'm there
863-299-6031
Our 33rd Year.
REAL GOV'T SURPLUS
Military Boots,Uniforms,
Ammo Cans, Sleep Gear,
Folding Shovels,Hats,Bug Out
Bags, Survival Kits,
Paracord, Officer Duty
Gear, Knives,
Holsters, Cots
PAYING CASH FOR USED
MILITARY GEAR
across from Home Depot,
2346 US 27 North
Sebring, Fl 863-382-0600

7000


TRANSPORTATION


7009 USED CARS/TRUCKS


01 Mercury Grand Marquis
LS $6,995 57k,loaded,4spd
auto, 8 cyl. Very Nice call
863-632-0988.




02 Cadillac Deville Sedan
low miles,White Diamond
Paint, 8cyl.,auto, Call car is
loaded 863-632-0988


1968 Jeep CJ5 OFF ROAD
$5,977. Hillman Motors.
863-967-4628





1968 JEEP CJS Off Road,Full
Roll cage,4 spd trans,very
very nice $5,977. Call Great
Buy 863-632-0988




1993 Ford Ranger XL
$2,995.Hillman Motors.
863-967-4628.






1996 Chevy PK, Auto, 6 cyl,
A/C, Util. LT, 4x4, 99,880,
$2,300.
Cash N Carry ONLY
or Layaway
J's Auto Mart
16580 Hwy 27
Lake Wales, FL
863-676-5283


7009 USED CARS/TRUCKS






1998 Dodge Dakota, 5SP, 4
cyl, No A/C, 208,608, Black,
$1,800.
Cash N Carry ONLY
or Layaway
J's Auto Mart
16580 Hwy 27
Lake Wales, FL
863-676-5283







1998 Ford Ranger, 5SP, 4
cyl, A/C, 109,011, white.
$2,850.
Cash N Carry ONLY
or Layaway.
J's Auto Mart
16580 Hwy 27
Lake Wales, FL
863-676-5283

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1999 Ford Ranger XLT, Auto,
6cyl, A/C, 172,865, Blue.
$3,000.
Cash N Carry ONLY
or Layaway.
J's Auto Mart
16580 Hwy 27
Lake Wales, FL
863-676-5283





1999 Lincoln Town Car Sig-
nature $5,995. Hillman
Motors. 863-967-4628






2000 Cadillac Deville $9595
863-983-4600
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7009 USED CARS/TRUCKS







2000 Ford Explorer SUV,
Auto, 6 cyl, A/C, 154,119,
$2,000.
Cash N Carry ONLY
or Layaway
J's Auto Mart
16580 Hwy 27
Lake Wales, FL
863-676-5283







2000 Jeep Cherokee Police
$6988. 863-983-4600





2001 Ford Ranger 3.0L,
Auto, great bedliner,alloy whs.
$4,995 call for more info.
863-632-0988.




2001 Mazada B3000 Super
Cab.Auto 83,000 A/C P/W
P/L.Call For Details JPL Auto
Empire 863-268-1226




2001 MERCURY GRAND
MARQUIS BLUE
Stk#A138558C $5988
AUTO, AC, STEREO, CLEAN
TRADE, 59K MILES. Alan Jay
Auto Ranch 863-471-2886



2001 MERCURY GRAND MAR-
QUIS GS LIGHT BLUE STK #
A138558C $6988 AUTOA/C,
CLEAN TRADE, 59K MILES. Alan
Jay Auto Ranch. 863-471-
2886


2000 Dodge Ram 2500
4x4 Skyjacker Lift Super -"
Swamper Tires. Leather, Low
Miles 67k, Winch,,Call For
Details JPL Auto Empire 2001 Pontiac Firebird Con-
863-268-1226 vertible $7495. 863-983-
4600



2002 green Toyota camsry 2004 Honda accord ex
le $11995.00. Kelley's Used $12750.00. Kelley's Used
Cars 863-269-0977. Cars. 863-269-0977.


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2001 Yamaha V Star Clas-
sic $3,499.00, Green, 29325
Miles. Sky Power Sports
Lake Wales 20769 US Hwy.
27 Lake Wales 863-676-
2245






2002 Chevrolet Trailblazer LS
5 passenger, very good condition
inside and out was $7495 sale
$6995 #pcl4003a
Alan Jay Chrysler Dodge Ram
Jeep in Clewiston 863-983-
4600










2002 Chevrolet Trailblazer
SUV $6995. 863-983-4600


2002 Hy
$7,995. I
863-967


idai Sonata
Iman Motors.
628


Loaded,2.7 L,Iow miles ,alloy
whls.$7,995 call very nice
863-632-0988




2003 BMW 325i LEATHER
MOONROOF ALUMINUM WHEELS
SEAT 6 CYL AUTOMATIC POWER







2003 BMW 325i Sedan-
LEATHER MOONROOF,ALU-
MINUM WHEELS, POWER
SEAT, 6 CYL, AUTOMATIC
POWER WINDOWS, POWER
LOCKS TILT & CRUIS. Tom
Edwards 863-533-0793




2003 Chevy S-10 LS 4x2 X-
Cab. V-6 auto looks and runs
new Cold A/C. $7995.00
863-679-7888
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7009 USED CARS/TRUCKS 7009 USED CARS/TRUCKS 7009 USED CARS/TRUCKS


2003 Chevy S-10, Auto,
4cyl, A/C, 145,779, white.
$ 2,300.
Cash N Carry ONLY
or Layaway
J's Auto Mart
16580 Hwy 27
Lake Wales, FL
863-676-5283





2003 Dodge Ram 1500 Reg
cab only 69000 miles $7,990.
Stingray Chevrolet. 863-
533-0777.


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2003 Ford Ranger Truck
$8988. 863-983-4600




2004 chevorlet blazer ZR2
4x4 $9995.00. Kelley's Used
Cars. 863-269-0977.


2004 Chevrolet Monte Carlo
SS Coupe $8995. 863-983-
4600


2004 Chevrolet Monte Carlo
SS one owner, only 33000 origi-
nal miles, excellent condition was
$8795 sale $7995 #rn61107a
Alan Jay Chrysler Dodge Ram
Jeep in Clewiston 863-983-
4600


2004 CHEVY MALIBU
SILVER Stk# A276348A
$4988 AUTO, AC, CD
STEREO, PWR PACKAGE,
CLEAN MUST SEE. Alan Jay
Auto Ranch 863-471-2886




2004 Chevy Silverado
1500 SuperCab. Auto, A/C
P/W P/L,Call For Details JPL
Auto Empire 863-268-1226




2004 Chrysler Pacifica-
LEATHER DVD/ VIDEO CINEMA
GPS/NAVIGATION CHROME
WHEELS DUAL POWER HEAT-
ED SEATS, DUAL A/C,3RD
SEAT POWER LIFTGATE,CERTI-
FIED W/ 110 PT INSPECTION
SUNSCREEN GLASS POWER
WINDOWS POWER LOCKS
TILT & CRUISE 3.5 V6 LIMITED
POWERTRAIN WARRANTY.Tom
Edwards 863-533-0793




2004 Dodge Durango ST-
V6, AUTOMATIC, AC POWER
WINDOWS, POWER DOOR
LOCKS, KEYLESS ENTRY, CD,
TILT, CRUISE. Tom Edwards
863-533-0793
IrNGPl




2004 Ford Focus ZX5 '.to
89,000 miles $5,990.
Stingray Chevrolet 863-
533-0777.




2004 Ford Ranger Sport
4x4 40,000 low low miles
p/w, p/1, Super Clean Call For
Details JPL Auto Empire
863-268-1226


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2004 Honda VTX 1300
(VTX1300C) $4,995.00 Candy
Red 7500 Miles. Sky Power
Sport Lake Wales 20769
US Hwy. 27 Lake Wales
863-676-2245.




2004 JEEP GRAND
CHEROLEE LTD RED STK #
T557865B $9988 LEATHER,
TOW PKG, ALLOYS, V6. Alan Jay
Auto Ranch. 863-471-2886.





2004 Toyota Corolla S
$6,995. Hillman Motors.
863-967-4628




2005 FORD F150 :LT
28K MILES LIKE NEW $'12999
call Tom Schott (863) 402-
4230


2005 Chrysler PT r,,er
Convertible-new tires- only 60
k miles-a real steal at $7989-
Call Tom at 402-4230



2005 Grand Caravan
Stow & go seats power doors,
sunroof.Duel Cold A/C
$7,995.00 863-679-7888.
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2005 Honda VTX 1300C.
$4,999.00 Candy Red 6000
Miles. Sky Power Sports
Lake Wales 20769 US Hwy.
27 Lake Wales 863-676-
2245.


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2005 Hyundai Accent GLS
$5901. 888-498-9180





2006 Cadillac STS V-8 all
the toys $13,990. Stingray
Chevrolet 863-533-0777.
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2006 Chevrolet Colorado
$18265. 863-665-2800

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2006 Chevrolet Silverado
2500HD $16589. 863-665-
2800
SUSE CLASSIFIED!





2006 Hyundia Elantra GLS
low miles,4 cyl. cruise,
p/w/cold a/c, Sunroof price to
sell $8,995 Come See 863-
632-0988 "
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2006 Nissan Sentra Aut:, 4
cyl gas saver, ice cold A/C
$7,995.00 863-679-7888





2006 Polaris Sportsman X2
$4,995.00 Two-tone
Red/Black 100 Hrs. Sky
Power Sports Lake Wales
20769 US Hwy. 27 Lake
Wales 863-676-2245
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2007 Chrysler Town & Coun-
try Van $9995. 863-983-
4600




2007 dodge charger
$13995.00. Kelley's Used
Cars. 863-269-0977.


7009 USED CARS/TRUCKS







2007 Ford Edge SE
$12901,888-498-9180




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2007 GMC Sierra 1500
$19289. 863-665-2800







2007 GMC Sierra 1500
Classic SL $12976. 888-
498-9180






2007 Honda Shadow VLX
(VT600C) $3,999.00 Black
6600 Miles. Sky Power
Sports Lake Wales 20769
US Hwy. 27 Lake Wales
863-676-2245




2007 Hyundai Accent
white stk# T325351B
$6988 auto, ac, alloys, power
pkg, great mpg's. Alan Jay
Auto Ranch 863-471-2886




2007 HYUNDAI ACCENT
WHITE Stk# T325351B
$6988 AUTO, ALLOYS,AC ,
TITED. GLASS, FUEL SAVER.
Alan Jay Auto Ranch 863-
471-2886





2007 Jeep Liberty Sport v6
3.7 Beautiful Stone White
88k miles. Call Jonathan P6rez
@ (863) 271-9590.Alan Jay
Ford Sebring




2007 Jeep Wrangler 4X4 *
AUTOMATIC, ALUMINUM WHEELS
CD;CHROME TUBULAR BUMPERS
TILT STEERING V6 CERTIFIED W/
110 PT INSPECTION LIMITED
POWERTRAIN WARRANT. Tom
Edwards 863-533-0793




2007 Jeep Wrangler 4X4
AUTOMATIC ALUMINUM WHEELS
CD CHROME TUBULAR BUMPERS
TILT STEERING V6 CERTIFIED W/
110 PT INSPECTION LIMITED
POWERTRAIN WARRANTY
$16,970. Tom Edwards 863-
533-0793
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2007 Nissan Sentra S
black stk# RK20809
$8988 auto, ac, power pkg,
great fuel economy. Alan Jay
Auto Ranch 863-471-2886


2008 Chevrolet Equinox LS
$14901. 888-498-9180


7009 USED CARS/TRUCKS




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2007 Suzuki Boulevard
M109R $7,895.00 White
18651 Miles. Sky Power
Sports Lake Wales 20769
US Hwy. 27 Lake Wales
863-676-2245





2007 Yamaha Stratoliner
$7,999.00 Cobalt Blue 23285
Miles. Sky Power Sports
Lake Wales 20769 US Hwy.
27 Lake Wales 863-676-
2245




2008 Chevrolet Impala LT
$10,901 V6, Flex Fuel, 3.5L, 4
Speed Automatic Call 800-238-
5016







2008 Chrysler 300,
$10,900. 863-438-3333


2008 DODGE CALIBER
ORANGE Stk#RK20790A
$11988 20" WHEELS,
GROUND EFFECTS, AUTO,
STEREO. Alan Jay Auto
Ranch 863-471-2886





2008 GMC Acadia SLE lull
power $14,990. Stingray
Chevrolet 863-533-0777





2008 Kawasaki Teryx 750
4X4 $5,999.00 Realtree Hard-
woods Green 240 hrs. Sky
Power Sports Lake Wales
20769 US Hwy. 27 Lake
Wales 863-676-2245


2008 Lexus ES 350 leather,
sunroof, $19,990. Stingray
Chevrolet 863-533-0777.




2008 ram 1500 4x4 quad
cab $21995.00. Kelley's
Used Cars. 863-269-0977.

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2009 Arctic Cat 700 HI EFI,
MudPro $6,499.00 Metallic
Green 920 Miles. Sky Power
Sports Lake Wales 20769
US Hwy. 27 Lake Wales
863-676-2245

ADVERTISE
In

The Classifieds!





2009 Cadillac CTS .:i *,,:I
V6, PFI, 3.6L, 6 Speed Automatic
Call 800-238-5016


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7009 USED CARS/TRUCKS





2009 Chevy Aveo Auto lull
power $9,990. Stingray
Chevrolet 863-533-0777.
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2009 Ford Mustang Convert-
ible V6 AUTOMATIC ALUMINUM
WHEELS CD POWER WINDOWS
DOWER LOCKS TILT & CRUISE
CERTIFIED W/ 110 PT INSPEC-
TION LIMITED POWERTRAIN WAR-
RANTY $14,970. Tom Edwards
863-533-0793

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2009 Ford Mustang Con-
vertible- V6 AUTOMATIC ALU-
MINUM WHEELS,CD,POWER
WINDOWS,POWER LOCKS ,
TILT & CRUISE CERTIFIED W/
110 PT INSPECTION LIMITED
POWERTRAIN WARRANTY .
Tom Edwards 863-533-
0793




2009 HONDA CIVIC EX
WHITE STK # FC31611A
$12988 AUTO, A/C, PWR PKG,
CRUISE. Alan Jay Auto Ranch.
863-471-2886




2009 Hyundai Sonata GLS
4 Cylinder, PZEV, 2.4L, 5 Speed
Automatic w/Shiftronic $14,901
Call 800-238-5016





2009 Nissan 350Z Enthusiast
Roadster $21,901 V6, 3.5 Liter,
5 Speed Auto Manual Mode Call
800-238-5016






2009 Nissan Versa 1.8 S
$13901. 888-498-9180


2009 Toyota Corolla
$14675. 863-665-2800






2010 Chevrolet Malibu
$15475. 863-665-2800







2010 Chrysler Sebring Tour-
ing Convertible. $15,900.
863-438-3333








2010 Dodge Grand Caravan
$17884. 863-665-2800


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2010 Honda Accoid EX-L
2.4L, Automatic $14,901 Call
800-238-5016


7009 USED CARS/TRUCKS





2010 Ford Escape Limited
Leather/navigation/Back Up
Camera! Still under warranty!
Only 30K miles! Call Jonathan
Perez @863-271-9590. Alan
Jay Ford Sebring





2010 FUSION HYBRID I
iWrJELb ,[AV ri, iiiPOO'F, LEAT
HER,WHITE PEARL, 43200
MILES. CLEAN $19195.00.
863-773-3992

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2010 Honda Civic X-S
auto, loaded $14,990.
Stingray Chevrolet 863-
533-0777.





2010 Honda CRV lull
power eqpt.-only 47 k miles-1
owner-$17458-Call Tom at
402-4230'




2010 HONDA CRV WELL
EQIPT-LOW MILES $ 16999
call Tom Schott (863) 402-
4230




2010 HYUNDAI GENESIS-
FRESH TRADE-WARRANTY
$ 19999 call Tom Schott
(863) 402-4230


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2010 KIA SOUL PLUS-1
OWNER-ROOMY AND SPORTY
$ 11999 call Tom Schott
(863) 402-4230

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2010 Volkswagen Tiguan,
$17,500. 863-438-3333

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2011 Chevrolet Aveo LT
$12901. 888-498-9180







2011 Chevrolet Aveo LT
w2LT $12901. 888-498-
9180







2011 Chevrolet HHR LT
$10900.863-983-4600


7009 USED CARS/TRUCKS

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2011 Chevrolet HHR LT
$14901. 888-498-9180


2011 Chevrolet HHR LT,
$12,400. 863-438-3333





2011 CHEVY SILVERADO
LTZ WHITE Stk#RK20819
$29988 4X4, Z71 PKG,
LEATHER, BACK UP CAMERA,
TOW PKG, LOADED. Alan Jay
Auto Ranch 863-471-2886




2011 Dodge Charger RAI-
LYE- W/ POWER SEAT,
REMOTE START,PENTASTAR
V6 8.4 TOUCH SCREEN /
INFO, ALUMINUM WHEELS
,POWER WINDOWS, POWER
LOCKS,TILT & CRUISE CERTI-
FIED W/ 110 PT INSPEC-
TION,BALANCE OF LIMITED
FACTORY WARRANTY. Tom
Edwards 863-533-0793

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2011 EXPEDITION LIMITED.
1 OWNER, LOCAL TRADE,
NAV, DVD'S,NEW TIRES,
SUPER CLEAN, 49400 MILES,
$31899.00,SILVER 863-773-
3992

Classified = Sales




2011 GMC Acadia SLT ;:.rri
Utility 4D V6, 3.6 Liter, 6 Speed
Automatic $29,901 Call 800-
238-5016





2011 Hyundai Sonata LTD-
loaded- ruby red-Warranty-
$20686- Call Tom at 402-
4230_




2011 HYUNDAI SONATA
LTD-RUBY RED-LOADED $
20999 call Tom Schott
(863) 402-4230




2011 JEEP WRANGLER -
4X4 UNLIMITED,ALUMINUM
WHEELS AUTOMATIC,ANTI
SPIN,TILT & CRUISE,CD,V6
CERTIFIED W/ 110 PT INSPEC-
TION ,BALANCE OF LIMITED
FACTORY WARRANTY.Tom
Edwards 863-533-0793


7009 USED CARS/TRUCKS

Al..l


2011 Kia Forte 5dr1ll rthe
buttons-gas saver-29k miles-
Factory Warranty-$15463-
Call Tom at 402-4230
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2011 Mazda Mazda 3 s
Grand Touring Hatchback.
$15,900.863-438-3333


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2011 Mitshubishi Galant
$12,400. 863-438-3333




2011 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolu-
tion MR $34,991 4-Cyl, Turbo,
2.0L, 6 Speed Auto w/Sportronic
Call 800-238-5016





2011 Mustang GT 500 Con-
vertable $42,990. Stingray
Chevrolet. 863-533-0777
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2011 red Toyota camary le
$16995.00. Kelly's Used
Cars 863-269-0977.



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2011 Toyota Corolla S
$14901. 888-498-9180
CLASIIE


2012 BRAND NEW RAM :":I,
Cummins diesel 4X4 crew cab,
full warranty, more to choose
from $37865 w/rebates
#c290836
Alan Jay Chrysler Dodge Ram
Jeep in Clewiston 863-983-
4600




2012 Chevrolet Silverado
1500 Extended Cab LT 4X4 Call
Dealer for Price 800-238-
5016 V8, Flex Fuel, 5.3L, 6
Speed Automatic




2012 CHEVY MALIBU GOLD
STK#RK20808 $16988
AUTO,A/C, 33MPG, CRUISE.
Alan Jay Auto Ranch. 863-
471-2886


MEDICAL CAREERS BEGIN HERE
Train ONLINE for Allied Health and Medical Management.
Job placement assistance. Computer and
Financial Aid if qualified. SCHEV authorized.

Call 888-203-3179
www.CenturaOnline.com


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7009 USED CARS/TRUCKS





2012 Chrysler 200 Con-
vertible Touring. 4CYL,
AUTOMATIC, POWER SEAT,
POWER WINDOWS, KEYLESS
ENTRY, POWER DOOR LOCKS,
TILT, CRUISE, CD, MP3, SIRIUS
SATELLITE Tom Edwards
863-533-0793



2012 Chrysler 200 TOURING
CONVERTIBLE W PO'WE: 'Eh ;_T
ALUMINUM WHEELS CD W/ SIR-
IUS SATELLITE RADIO TRIP INFO
POWER WINDOWS POWER
LOCKS TILT & CRUISE CERTIFIED
W/ 110 PT INSPECTION BAL-
ANCE OF FACTORY WARRANTY
$17,970. Tom Edwards 863-
533-0793





2012 Dodge Avenger SE-
POWER WINDOWS, POWER
LOCKS,TILT & CRUISE,CD /
MP3, AUTOMATIC, SIDE
AIRBAGS CERTIFIED W/ 110
PT INSPECTION LIMITED FAC-
TORY WARRANTY. Tom
Edwards 863-533-0793




2012 Dodge Caravan-full
power- stow and go-low miles-
-showroom clean-$19803-
Call Tom at 402-4230

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2012 Dodge Challenger
only 7,000 miles 20 Inch
wheels $24,990. Stingray
Chevrolet 863-533-0777.




2012 Dodge Charger POWER
SEAT ALUMINUM WHEELS PEN-
TASTAR V6 CD KEYLESS / SECU-
RITY POWER WINDOWS POWER
LOCKS TILT & CRUISE CERTIFIED
W/ 110 PT INSPECTION BAL-
ANCE OF LIMITED FACTORY WAR-
RANTY $19,970.Tom Edwards
863-533-0793

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2012 Dodge Grand Caravan
Crew Stow-n-go seating, power
side doors, rear ac was S21325
sale $19995 #RA414
Alan Jay Chrysler Dodge Ram
Jeep in Clewiston 863-983-
4600


7009 USED CARS/TRUCKS





2012 Dodge Durango Crew
W/ POWER SEAT REMOTE START
REAR PARK ASSIST ALUMINUM
WHEELS DUAL A/C 3RD SEAT
HEMI V8 W/ FUEL SAVER TECH-
NOLOGY CERTIFIED W/ 110 PT
INSPECTION BLUE TOOTH SUN-
SCREEN GLASS 6.5 INCH INFO
SCREEN POWER WINDOWS
POWER LOCKS TILT & CRUISE
BALANCE OF LIMITED FACTORY
WARRANTY $26,970. Tom
Edwards 863-533-0793




2012 Dodge Journey SE wvv'
DUAL A/C 3RD SEAT ALUMINUM
WHEELS CD SUNSCREEN GLASS
POWER WINDOWS POWER
LOCKS TILT & CRUISE CERTIFIED
W/ 110 PT INSPECTION BAL-
ANCE OF FACTORY WARRANTY
$17,970. Tom Edwards 863-
533-0793


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2012 Dodge Journey SXT
$18,900. 863-438-3333


2012 DODGE JOURNEY SXT
V-6, 3rd row, rear air, one
owner, only 13000 miles. was
$22675, sale $19950
#c664206a
Alan Jay Chrysler Dodge Ram
Jeep in Clewiston 863-983-
4600




2012 EXPRORER, XLT,1
OWNER, LEATHER, TRL TOW,
CLEAN, BRONZE. 7800 MILES
$30295.00 863-773-3992





2012 flat 500 Sport ,iITOiir.1."T
IC Al_1 .r.1i11l i.1 WHEELS REAR
SPOILER MEMORY POSITION
POWER WINDOWS POWER
LOCKS TILT & CRUISE CERTIFIED
W/ 110 PT INSPECTION BAL-
ANCE OF LIMITED FACTORY WAR-
RANTY $14,970. Tom Edwards
863-533-0793




2012 FORTE SX KOUP
LOADED-1050 MILES $19999
call Tom Schott (863) 402-
4230


Maximum strength
analgesic creme for
temporary relief from:
Joint adr, Muscle

Arthritis
Back _i.:1.:


7,! 1 1, I . .,>" ,, ,'
S Sa.'.e M'ine~. o, DIV Abovegro'IIInd
and Inground Pool Kits & Supplies
Financing Available!
A Great Way to Spend Time Together!
Excellent Service. Fast Shipping!
Family On.d & Operated Since 1990!
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2012 Ford Focus SEL
Hatchback! 17K miles! Tuxe-
do Black metallic. Comes with
Sunroof, Microsoft Sync/Blue-
tooth. Still under warranty!
Jonathan Perez @863-271-
9590. Alan Jay Ford Sebring


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2012 Hyundai Sonata
$16,900. 863-438-3333




2012 HYUNDAI SONATA-
27K MILES-1 OWNER $15999
call Tom Schott (863) 402-
4230




2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Laredo POWER SEAT ALU-
MINUM WHEELS PENTASTAR V6
CD W/ SIRIUS SUNSCREEN
GLASS POWER WINDOWS
POWER LOCKS TILT & CRUISE
CERTIFIED W/ 110 PT INSPEC-
TION BALANCE OF LIMITED FAC-
TORY WARRANTY $25,970. Tom
Edwards 863-533-0793





2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Laredo- POWER SEATALU-
MINUM WHEELS,PENTASTAR
V6 CD W/ SIRIUS SUNSCREEN
GLASS, POWER WINDOWS
POWER LOCKS TILT & CRUISE
CERTIFIED W/ 110 PT INSPEC-
TION,BALANCE OF LIMITED
FACTORY WARRANTY. Tom
Edwards 863-533-0793




2012 Jeep Wrangler Sport
4X4 UNLIMITED AUTOMATIC
PENTASTAR V6 CD POWER WIN-
DOWS POWER LOCKS TILT &
CRUISE CERTIFIED W/ 110 PT
INSPECTION BALANCE OF LIMIT-
ED FACTORY WARRANTY
$27,970.Tom Edwards 863-
533-0793




2012 Kia Forte Cpe SX Full,
Eqpt- only 1200 miles-Huge
savings here-$19748-Call
Tom at 402-4230




2012 Kia Optima -':rn. Pg
-Bronze only 8000 miles-Fac-
tory Warranty-$20596-Call
Tom at 402-4230



2012 KIA OPTIMA HYBRID-
45 MPG-9K MILES $23999
call Tom Schott (863) 402-
4230



2012 KIA OPTIMA LX-FRESH
TRADE-7K MILES $19599 call
Tom Schott (863) 402-
4230



2012 Kia Sorento LX
Sport Utility 4 door, 4-Cyl, GDI,
2.4 Liter, 6 Speed Auto Sport-
matic $22,901 Call 800-238-
5016


7009 USED CARS/TRUCKS




2012 Kia Sorento LX :-,:.i
LX Sport Utility 4 door, 4 Cylinder,
GDI, 2.4 Liter, 6 Speed Automat-
ic, Sportmatic $22,901 Call
800-238-5016




2012 KIA SOUL PLUS A/T-
14K MILES-LIKE NEW $17999
call Tom Schott (863) 402-
4230




2012 MAZDA CX-9 LACK
STK # RK20802
$23988 LEATHER, 7 PASSEN-
GER SUV, POWER PACKAGE.
Alan Jay Auto Ranch. 863-
471-2886




2012 MAZDA CX-9
BLACK Stk#RK20802
$23988 LEATHER, 7 PASSEN-
GER SUV, PWR PKG, LOADED.
Alan Jay Auto Ranch 863-
471-2886

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2012 Mercedes C250 only
10,000 miles $29,990.
Stingray Chevrolet 863-
533-0777.




2012 NISSAN ALTIMA
SILVER Stk# RK20807
$17988 AUTO, AC, PWR WIN-
DOWS N LOCKS. Alan Jay
Auto Ranch 863-471-2886






2012 Nissan Sentra
$15489. 863-665-2800
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2012 Ram 1500 Express ST
4X4 20 INCH CHROME WHEELS
RAM BOX HEMI V8 W/ FUEL
SAVER TECHNOLOGY AUTOMAT-
IC ANTI SPIN TOW PACKAGE
TONNEAU COVER CERTIFIED W/
110 PT INSPECTION BEDLINER
POWER WINDOWS POWER
LOCKS TILT & CRUISE BALANCE
OF LIMITED FACTORY WARRANTY
$24,970. Tom Edwards 863-
533-0793
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2012 RAM 2500 ST CREW
4X4 CUMMINS TURBO DIESEL
AUTOMATIC CHROME WHEELS
TOW PACKAGE STEP BARS CD
POWER WINDOWS POWER
LOCKS TILT & CRUISE CERTIFIED
W/ 110 PT INSPECTION ST
CREW BALANCE OF LI $35,970.
Tom Edwards 863-533-0793




2012 TOWN AND COUNTRY
LTD SILVER STK#CR295090B
$26988 LEATHER,DUAL PWR
SLIDERS, PWR LIFTGATE, 13K
MILES, DVD. Alan Jay Auto
Ranch. 863-471-2886




2013 Chevy Camaro-;.p,:r
-x clean-12 k miles save big-
-$26863-Call Tom at 402-
4230


7009 USED CARS/TRUCKS







2013 200 Limited Sedan,
$26,075. 888-453-6644






2013 Chrysler 200 Limited

6644






2013 Chrysler 200 Limited
Sedan, $26,075. 888-453-
6644


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2013 CHRYSLER TOWN &
COUNTRY TAN Stk#
RK20822 $26988 LEATHER
,PWR SLIDERS,PWR LIFTGATE,
REAR VISION CAMERA. Alan
Jay Auto Ranch 863-471-
2886.







2013 Dod e Avenger SXT
Sedan, $26475. 888-453-
6
2013 Dodge Avenger SXT








Sedan, $26,475. 888-453-
6644.
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2013 Dodge Avenger SXT
Sedan 26,475. 888-453-
6644










2013 Dodge Dart- loaded-
like new-13 k miles- bells and
whistles-$20962- Call Tom at
402-4230







2013 Dodge Dart Limited
Sedan, $24,370. 888-
4536644


2013 Dodge Grand Caravan
SE Van Passenger, $25,630.
888-453-6644



E131593 2012 Chevrolet
1500 Crew Cab LS 4x2 Was
$33,710.00 Now $24,919.00
Call 863-773-4629


7009 USED CARS/TRUCKS







2013 Dodge Grand Caravan
SE Van Passenger, $25,375.
888-453-6644.







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2013 ESCAPE S, ACK,
SE Van Passenger, POW WI25,180.
888-453-6644.








DO CHES/LOCKS, CRUISE TRL
2013 ESCAPE S, El-ACK,
PWCPL,CRUISE,MSRP $23365,




$06,SELL $204199 AFTER
REBATES. 863-773-3992




2013 FE250 CREW CAB
4X4. 6.2 V8, POW WIN-
DOWS/LOCKS, CRUISE TRL
TOW. 40/20/40 SEATS ELE-
CLOCK R AXLE, MSRP
$40065, SELL $35599 AFTER
REBATES. 863-773-3992




2013 FIESTA SE, AUTO, KEY-
LESS ENT, POWER, MSRP
$18085, SELL $16099 AFTER
REBATES. 863-773-3992


7009 USED CARS/TRUCKS





2013 Ford Edge -LTD-ill the
toys-16 k miles-fresh trade-
$ 25999-Call Tom at 402-
4230




2013 KIA OPTIMA
BLACK Stk# RA435
$21988 AUTO, AC, PWR PKG,
CRUISE, ALLOYS, BLACK
BEAUTY. Alan Jay Auto
Ranch 863-471-2886




2013 KIA OPTIMAL GDI
BLACK STK#RK20810
$21988 AUTO, AC, PWR PAKG,
ALLOYS. Alan Jay Auto Ranch.
863-471-2886






2013 KIA SORRENTO I UR
GUNDY Stk# RK20811
$23988 AUTO, AC, V6, 3
ROWS OF SEATS,ALLOYS.
Alan Jay Auto Ranch 863-







471-2886
471-2886 _______


7009 USED CARS/TRUCKS





93 Ford Ranger XL .:,I low
miles call for more details
$2,995. Hillman Motors.
863-967-4628.





94 Ford 150 abs,8 cyl.,auto
$3995. Call nice truck 863-
632-0988




97 Chevy Silverado 4x4
110,000 Miles ,A/C P/W
P/L,A/C P/W P/L,Call For
Details JPL Auto Empire
863-268-1226

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E iL.21 2012 Chrysler Town
& Country Touring L Was
$35,620.00 Now $31,564.00
Call 863-773-4629
ADVERTISE
In
The Classifieds!




E178994 2012 Ram 2500
Laramie Crew Cab'4x4 diseal
automatic Was $51,410.00
Now $42,311.00 Call 863-773-
4629


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E201090 2012 Chevrolet
Sonic LS Was $16,740.00 Now
$15,510.00 Call 863-773-
4629



E222251 2012 Ram 2500
Longhorn Mega Cab 4x4 diseal
automatic Was $61,325.00 Now
$51,242.00 Call 863-773-
S4629




E 3390':8 2012 Ram 2500 SLT
Mega Cab 4x4 diseal automatic
Was $53,500.00 Now
$44,241.00 Call 863-773-
4629




E339098 2012 Ram 2500 SLT
Mega Cab 4x4 diseal automatic
Was $53,500.00 Now
$44,241.00 Call 863-773-
4629




E339150 2012 Ram 2500 SLT
Mega Cab 4x4 diseal automatic
Was $53,500.00 Now


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F208224 12 JOURNEY $
17900. Tony 863-438-3333




F208224 2012 JOUR-
NEY $17500. Tony 863-
438-3333
ADVERTISE
In
The Classifieds!
-. .



F226932 2010 WRANGLER
UNLIMITED $27900. Tony
(863)-438-3333




F2S2071 2012 TOWNAN
COUNTRY $21900. Tony
863-438-3333.
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S$44,241.00 Call 863-773- '.
4629 F296195 12 CARAVAN
A $18400. Tony 863-438-
3333

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,379463 2012 SONATA
$14900. Tony 863-438-
E .7829 2012 Dodge Jour- 3333
ney SXT Was $26,080.00 Now
$21,555.00 Call 863-773-
4629


FZ37112 12 SONANTA
$15900'. Tony 863-438-
E37"8485 2012 Chevrolet 3333
Cruze LT Was $21,835.00 Now
$19,515.00 Call 863-773-
4629
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F1311180A 2
3281 $23500.
438-3333


F141025 12 IMPALA
$14900. Tony 863-438-
< 3333




F141025 2012 IMPALA
$14900. Tony 863-438-
3333




SF153448 2012 DODGE
AVENGER $15600. Tony
863-438-3333




F157064A 2011 MAZDA
3 $15900. Tony 863-438-
3333




F172236 2012 CHRYSLER
200 LX $14900. Tony
(863)-438-3333


F437112 2012 SONATA
$14700. Tony 863-438-
3333





F565663 12 COMPASS
$15700.Tony 863-438-
3333


F565663 2012 JEEP COM-
PASS $14900. Tony 863-
438-3333


F565663 2012 Jeep Com-
pass $17300. 863-438-
3333





F-.701S8 11 HHR $.11400.
Tony 863-438-3333




F570188 2011 CHEVY
HHR $11500. Tony 863-
438-3333


2011 edge limited -
$25,711
40,710 miles. Silver. Leather
Heated Seats. Power seats.
Back Up camera and Sensors!
Still Under Warranty! Call
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0444 Hablo Espaiol.




explorer 2013 Limited
$34,766
Beautiful white platinum.!
13,640 miles. Remote Start.
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roof 8 passenger. Leather
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era and sensors! Powered 3rd
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Still under warranty! Call
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Teal green ford f250 P5007
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This Silver 2012 Ford
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Th, Tan 2006 Mercury
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U106245A 2008 WRAN-
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438-3333




U148457 2012 MALIBU
$16500. Tony 863-438-
3333


L517049A 10 F-150
CREW LARIAT $29500.
Tony 863-438-3333




U517179A 2011
CHRYSLER 300 $24600.
Tony 863-438-3333


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$17900. Tony 863-438-
3333


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3333




J.,75,.,5, 2011 MAXIMA
$22500. Tony 863-438-
3333


UI,:.-r' A 10 VW TIGUA
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3333




U6333?. .A 2009 MURANO
$17900. Tony 863-438-
3333


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3333
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