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Publishing News and events for Dh County, Every Week, Without Fail, Since July 1,1921
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DCSO nabs
bank robbery
suspect within
hours

DCSO Deputies pursued a
suspected bank robber on
Tuesday afternoon. The
DCSO put out a "be on the
lookout" Tuesday around
noon and by 12:30, Officer
Danny King announced
that he was in pursuit of a
vehicle matching the de-
scription and reported li-
cense plate of the suspects
near Steinhatchee Falls.
The chase continued into
and all over Steinhatchee,
and ended with wreckers
being called to the crashed
fleeing vehicle, a DCSO car
and a Taylor County patrol
car. The suspect was appre-
hended around 1pm after a
foot chase.


Dixie's

Unemployment

Rate Drops

Dixie's jobless rate dropped
in October to 12.1 percent,
down .4 percent from Sep-
tember's 12.5 percent. In
September, 711 people were
unemployed, and in Octo-
ber, that number was dow
to 677. While it's still much
higher than the 7.9 percent
rate from October of last
year, every little bit helps.
Neighboring Gilchrist
County was not so lucky,
and it saw a .1 percent
jump in the jobless rate,
while Levy County's rate
dropped percentt down to
11.5.


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Catch us if you can

by John Kelley

Our Dixie County Bears
moved up one more rung
in the playoff ladder,
when they beat the Tam-
pa Berkeley Prep Bucca-
neers 35-21 in the Bears
Den Friday night. "This
was a good team we beat,
and we got the job done
when we needed to," com-
mented Coach Brent
Wilkerson after the game.

The Bears came into the
game with a nine and one
record compared to the
Bucs seven and two in
this 3-1A semifinal
matchup.

Kameron was kicking butt and taking names Friday night See BEARS, page 1


What are you thankful for?


Rita Harris: I am so thankful
to God for continuously
blessing Rick and I with a
great family; three wonder-
ful kids and four
p~e~r~f~e~c~t grand kids!
:) At the Dixie Cub House,
we are thankful for the fami-
lies who entrust us with
their children's care. Again,
we have been blessed and
are grateful.

Angel Thomas: This is an ex-
tremely difficult question
for me to answer because I
have so many reasons to be
thankful. However, I think I
am most thankful for God's
grace & unconditional love.
I have so many faults and
make mistakes daily. All I
have to do to receive God's
gifts is ask for God to help &
forgive me.

Ben West I am very thankful
for the wonderful life I have
had because if it wasn't for
that I wouldn't be here in
Suwannee with my wife. I
am also thankful to have a
caring and loving family
and some great friends.

Dixie Wright I am most thank-
ful for my children and my
family, not a day goes by I
don't thank the Lord for
blessing my life with them!

Dr. Linda Stoddard: I am most
thankful for an attitude of
gratitude, in others and in
myself, that sometimes de-
velops with ageing or sever
stress. (However, I forgot
that attitude this week when
I lost my cell phone. One of
my dogs found it and ate the
keys so now I am grateful
that I still have the dog and I
can buy a new cell phone.)

SyliaRuth I'm thankful for a
healthy, loving family. I'm
thankful to live in a country


where we are free to cele-
brate Thanksgiving and
pray to God and I'm thank-
ful to be employed.

Cindy Bellot Now you've made
me cry, as I do every time I
think about how good so
many-people have been to
me after my fall. I'm thank-
ful it was no worse than it
was, even though it will.
takes months for me to heal
completely; I'm thankful
that I have a loving Christ-
ian family and friends who
took care of me when I
needed them, and most im-
portantly, that my extended
recovery has given me time
to develop a closer walk
with God, even when my
Bible was too heavy for me
to hold.

Shannon Elison: God; Family,
Friends and living in a great
Community:

Bett Ne1 M1s: I am most
thankful for my Savior, Je-
sus Christ, my loving family
and friends, and my health.

Bob Leichner: My wonderfully
darling wife, Doiti!

Larry Taylor I am very thank-
ful that God has blessed me
with opportunities at school


and in Karate to try to make
a positive difference in peo-
ple's lives; kids, teenagers,
and adults.

Jolumse Copland: Thankful to
have been given a chance to
life, blessed with the love of
family and friends, to carry
from thanksgiving 2009 to
,2010 and many more to
come.

Jeff DeLaney: for being a little
bit closer to getting rid of
Obama.

Tracy Troxell: I am thankful for
my family and friends and
most of all for God's guid-
ance and direction. Know-
ing that what ever life
throws at you with God in
your life, ALL things are
possible and will make you a
stronger person in the end!

Tmn Alexander I am thankful
for my salvation, family,
freedom, friends and the op-
portunity to live in a caring
and supportive community

La GNburt That baby smell!

Donna Meekins Cravey: I'm
thankful that Matt is home
and on his way to recovery!

See THANKFUL, page 6


Toys for Tots collects $14K for kids


Toys for Tots was a re-
sounding success this year
thanks to the 300 bikes who
took part in the annual bike
run. Toys for Tots took in
over $14,000 to help provide
toys for Christmas to the
area's needy children.
$1,850 in toys were donated.

Rosanna Powers, Marine, is
shown right with one of the
toys that was raffled off to
benefit Toys for Tots. Her
fiance was killed in action
in the Gulf. The toys will be
distributed to local kids on
December 18th at First Bap-
tist Church of Cross City.


More information and sign-
up forms for children in
need can be downloaded at
http://www.tri-countytoys-
fortots.org/. Children must


be signed up in advance to
participate.

See more photos, page 12


Commission Fights Off Developer's

Attempt To Close Road To Nowhere


Jerry Prater and Bruce Boyette display banner used to honor
fallen veterans with riderless horses


Bruce Boyette explained
"Standing United As Amer-
icans" that honors fallen
service personnel with rid-
erless horses in parades at
the regular commission
meeting on Thursday
evening. He requested
small donations to keep the
program going. "I already
got your names on here, be-
cause I got faith in ya'll."
Commissioners and staff
pulled out their checkbooks
to help the cause.

Todd G. Gipe appeared on
behalf of Charlie Kinard,
who is sometimes known as
"Mr. 50-50" and his "Road to
nowhere, LLC" corpora-
tion. He requested that the
County approve plans to
close and de-.
molish the
last mile of
CR 361 south )
of Cow Request
Creek. He to close
claimed that
Mr. Kinard's
"initial ..
thought was
for upland
develop- ,
ment" but re-
peated sever-
al times that
the LLC
would donate Source: unty
75% of any
mitigation
credits from the project to
the county He did not offer
to pay the county for the
property or the county's
loss of use, but did offer the
County any salvagable road
materials from the demoli-
tion of the road. Gipe
claimed that CR 361 is caus-
ing environmental damage
and that removing it would
benefit recreational fisher-
men and marine life.


The "road to nowhere" is a
popular spot with county
residents who utilize it for
"easy access for scallops,"
according to Chairman
Hunt. Commissioner John-
son displayed a copy of
Pure Water Wilderness
magazine that featured the
area as a local tourist at-
traction, and when "people
come down to Jena, they
want to ride down and see
the Road to Nowhere. If
they get here, and it's gone,
we won't be getting them
back."

After some pointed ques-
tioning from all the Com-
missioners, Gipe admitted
that the Corporation "has


several parcels in the south
of Jena" that it was plan-
ning to develop with the
mitigation credits acquired
from the project. Commis-
sioner Hatch expressed his
concern that the credits ob-
tained by taking CR 361
could be used in other
counties to develop proper-
ty.
See NOWHERE, page 7


Crackdown in Cross City


On Friday, November 20,.
2009, the Sheriff's Office,
made an arrest in connec-
tion with an investigation
that has been on-
going since early
October. The Sher-
iff's Office and Po-
lice Department
had received iifor-
mation concerning
the sell of illegal
narcotics in the Cross City
Area. The information was
specific in that a particular
area was identified as being
a location where "Crack"


cocaine was being sold. The
DCSO were successful in
purchasing "Crack" from
the identified area in Cross
City. Timothy M. Irv-
- ring, age 33 of Cross
City. was arrested
and charged with
three counts of Sale
of Cocaine (Crack.)
S Irving currently is
being held in the
Dixie County Jail on a
$50,000 Bond. The investi-
gation is continuing and ad-
ditional arrests are expect-
ed.


Any wreck you can walk

away from...


Declan Moeller stands by
his overturned truck after a
single-car accident on US 19
on Thursday afternbon.


Amazingly, Declan was un-
injured and was able to get
out of the truck on his own.
FHP is investigating.


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Louisiana Purchase II


The original Louisiana Purchase was negotiated by Presi-
dent Thomas Jefferson in 1803. It was a deal with France,
according to which we paid $15 million for more than
800,000 square miles, which included most of what is now
Louisiana, along with most of Montana, South Dakota and
Wyoming; all of Nebraska, Iowa, Missouri, Arkansas and
Oklahoma; the Texas panhandle, the northeast corner of
New Mexico, more than half of North Dakota and Col-
orado; a chunk of Minnesota and some coastal land that
now belongs to Mississippi and Alabama. For a little over
$18 a square mile, that wasn't a bad deal, even at 19th centu-
ry rates.

To accomplish this, President Jefferson had to borrow the
money (from Great Britain, not China). Today, Nancy Pelosi
spends about that much in a year on travel at government
expense!.

Indeed, Thomas Jefferson's frugal expenditure pales in
comparison to what Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid has
coughed up to buy the one vote necessary for cutting off de-
bate on the Senate's version of President Obama's health
care abomination. Reid managed to insert a $100 million
"incentive" to Louisiana Senator Mary Landrieu, ear-
marked for states that qualified for a multi-page, lawyerly
description of qualified recipients, for which only
Louisiana qualifies, based on damage inflicted by Hurri-
cane Katrina in 2005.

No doubt Reid will attribute this expenditure .to George W.
Bush, who was President at the time Katrina hit the Big
Easy. Granted, FEMA was late getting to the scene, but the
state of Louisiana did little to help, and Mayor Ray Nagin's
measures (like confiscating guns from law-abiding home-
owners) only made matters worse. Still, what are we keep-
ing W around for, if not a whipping boy for liberal politi-
cians?

Senator Landrieu is what the establishment media like to
call a "moderate" Democrat. Their definition, not mine. In
any event, Mary Landrieu was defined as one of these, as
was Arkansas Senator Blanche Lincoln, who also was also a
last minute contributor to Reid's coveted 60 votes. Both
ladies were believed to have reservations about the bill, '
Landrieu was seduced by the $100 million earmark; there
was no word on what Lincoln got in exchange for her vote,
but perhaps it was appropriate, since Arkansas was part of
Jefferson's original Louisiana Purchase.

Incidentally, that's President Thomas Jefferson, not former
Louisiana Congressman William Jefferson, who was con-
victed of bribery earlier this year. Remember? He was the
one who had a hundred grand in cool cash stashed in his
freezer and couldn't remember. where he got it.

New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin is reportedly overjoyed at a
federal court ruling that found the Army Corps of Engi-
neers liable for damage for damage caused by Katrina. I
don't remember all the details, but it seems to me that the
Engineers were about to make some major repairs to the
levees more than a year before the hurricane hit, but were
thwarted by a lawsuit filed by some environmental group.
Hopefully, that little detail won't go unnoticed as the pro-
ceedings proceed.

Anyway, that's the latest on Louisiana Purchase II, and my,
what a difference a couple of centuries can make. Hopefully
President Jefferson isn't turning over in his grave at this
travesty


FFA Alumni

News

The Dixie E.A. High
School and Ruth Rains Mid-
dle School members along
with the .EA. Alumni will
host a Christmas Meeting on


Monday, December 7th at
6:30 RM. at the D.C.H.S.
Cafeteria. We are asking
everyone to bring finger-
foods and a two liter drink.
We have a lot of business
that we need to inform
everyone about. The EEA.
members that are competing
at Sub-District will perform
that night.


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S" by Kathy McKinney

o '. It's 3:23 a.m. on Sunday night, no, Monday
Ikmor ning. I have to be at work in a few hours,.
and yet, here I am. Awake. Periodically, I go through bouts of
really horrible insomnia, and I guess, since this is the third
or fourth night in a row of this sleepless foolishness, that
I'm starting another one.

When I can't sleep like this, I try to bore myself to sleep. It's
a tricky tightrope to walk; it has to be interesting .enough to
entice my brain to pay attention, but dull or repetitive ,
enough so that I may doze off. I've found that reruns of the.
science fiction show Stargate SG1 are perfect. It lasted like'
10 years, so there are episodes I've forgotten, and it's on
constantly so that I always have a bunch of them recorded
on my DVR. I've also seen them so many times that I usual-
ly know what's going to happen and I get bored.

I was trying this method earlier tonight. The SG 1 crew was
babysitting some VIP's and got stranded on
a base that had been taken over by man-eat- he Pilgrims m
ing beetles. One of the VIP's was a repre- "Te Pilgrims m
sentative of the Chinese embassy who spent graves than hut
the show complaining that her government been more imp
was not getting enough new alien technolo-
gy from the Stargate program. She asked who, ne
Daniel Jackson, a member of the team, if
he would be willing to work on the Stargate
program if China was-in charge instead of
the USA. He replied that as long as the. goal
was to use the intergalactic travel for the
betterment of all people on Earth, that he
would. She glared at him in total disbelief, like he had just
grown a pair of donkey ears. I didn't believe him, either.

It was never actually said out loud, but it was obvious that
in this show, like so many, the Americans are the good guys.
(And it's not just because it's an American show, it's actual-
ly filmed in Canada and most of the people are Canadian.)
OF COURSE it would be a travesty for a country like China
to get it's hands on intergalactic travel. OF COURSE they'
would use it for their own twisted purposes, and not to "save
the world" every week,,like Americans Would. Hollywood
may try to hate America, but it can't hide, even in cheesy
sci-fi, that it knows,-deep down, that America is something


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I can't think of a better
time to express my thanks
publicly than the Thanks-
giving holiday season.

So many people have
stepped forward to help us
through this difficult time.
Thank you to all the EMS
personnel who responded
and our friends who came
to help that day. Thank you
for the gift baskets, flowers,
cards, letters, phone calls,
visits and prayers. Thank
you to all of you who pre-
pared meals for us. There
are so many people who
have been so good to me
that I am overwhelmed by
your show of love and
friendship. It is through
something like this that we
are especially thankful to
live in Dixie County where
we truly do still "Love thy
neighbor as thyself." It fills
my heart to overflowing
when I think about how
good everyone has been to
me since my fall on August
1. I thank God for having
such good friends, co-work-
ers, employers, family,
church family and neigh-
bors.

With a grateful heart,

K_> / ^~e^


If you have not joined the
EEA. Alumni the dues are
$15.00. Please come out and
join us. We will be selling
F.EA. tee shirts, caps and
seat cushions. We look for-
ward to seeing you, Monday,
December 7th.


I love to cook. Well, maybe I
should say I LOVE to cook.
Everyday I get up thinking
about what to make for sup-
per. I look up recipes on line.
I go through magazines and
cookbooks. I rarely make
the same thing twice. Now
on the other hand, I hate to
clean. I HATE to clean. I am
at times shocked that it is
my responsibility to wipe
that wall or clean that stain.
I am always looking for an
easier way to do mundane
tasks. An ingredient that
will improve a dish. A tech-
nique that makes the end re-
sult the best it can be. I en-
joy asking for advice. I un-
derstand that just because I
may have done something
the same way 100 times it
doesn't necessarily make it
the best way.

TIPS
One of my favorite tips that
I use every single day, is to
put 1/2 cup of vinegar into
my dishwasher before I turn
it on. Actually I don't mea-
sure. I just pour it and count
to 6. My dishes are always
clear. No hard-water stains.
Before I tried this my dishes
always had a film on them. I
thought it was the detergent
I used. Vinegar is inexpen-
sive and works beautifully



As I mentioned before, I love
to cook. Here are two of my
current favorites.

.sLow cookzer Turktey
Breast


1 turkey breast, thawed
1 pack of dried onion soup
mix
'% cup all purpose flour
%' cup cold water


special. It knows that we're the only country in the world
that will spend gigantic chunks of our own money for the
benefit of people who don't like us very much. Liberal tele-
vision producers can't disguise their fundamental belief
that Americans can be trusted to defend the planet from
parasitic, snake-like aliens...or from itself.

We live in the greatest country in the world. How many
times have you heard people say that? Granted, you don't
hear it quite as often as you used to, and definitely not from
the current administration, but it is just as true now as it
was in 1980. It can get very discouraging to watch our Presi-
dent go to foreign countries, humble himself and us to for-
eign leaders and apologize for our "misdeeds." Don't believe
that asinine self-defeating crap for a minute.

We are the good guys. If somebody's crusading for child wel-
fare, against animal cruelty, or for victims of genocide, you
can bet your butt it's an American. If there's somebody try-
ing to convince you not to flush for #1 but to wait for #2 to
"save the planet," you can bet the farm
it's a well-meaning--if totally misguid-
ade seven times more red nut-job--American. If there's a kid
s. No Americans have in a uniform, carrying a gun to a back-
poverished than these water country without running water
s to flush with, to try and stop some
rertheless, set aside a homicidal sociopath from killing
day of thanksgiving." women and children he's never met,
you can bet he's an American.
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t. U.. ,,oo,,,,o, You may not have a job this Thanksgiv-
ing Day You may be stuck in a dead-
end one, just hanging on by your fin-
gernails so that your kids can go to the dentist. You may not
have many friends. You may feel trapped in a hard life that
didn't turn out quite the way you planned. You may have
ungrateful children who didn't turn out very well. You may
not have the money to pay the power bill. (Who does?)

But on this very American holiday, you are living in the best
country in the world. You are part of something that start-
ed with only a bunch of guys with an idea and the fortitude
to stick out some darned hard times to make it happen. You
are so lucky. You may even be deeply asleep at this God-aw-
ful cow-milking hour. (Darn you.) So be thankful, and joy-
ous, and count your blessings. Happy Thanksgiving!!


Rub soup mix all over the
turkey breast. Place in a
slow cooker and cook on
high 4-6 hours until done.
There is no need to add any
liquid. If you are going to be
gone all day cook on low 6-8
hours. Take the juices from
the cooker and pour into a
skillet.* Bring to a boil.
Meanwhile, combine the
flour and water in a sepa-
rate bowl until dissolved.
Whisk the flour/water into
the boiling turkey juice.
Bring to a boil and simmer
til thick. If the gravy is a lit-
tle pale just add 1/ tsp. of
browning sauce. One brand
name I have used is Kitchen
Bouquet. It gives the gravy a
rich brown look. You can
also add a chicken bouillon
cube. It will deepen the
chicken flavor of the gravy
Just serve over mashed pota-
toes or rice.

*An easy way to get the
juice from the crock pot
without having to handle
the hot turkey is to use a
turkey baster to suck up the
juice and transfer it to the
skillet.

I have always been disap-
pointed in my homemade
biscuits. They never turned
out right. Then I discovered
this recipe. These are truly
the best biscuits I have ever
had.

Create Blscults

2 cups self-rising flour
1 tablespoon sugar
1 /2 cups heavy whipping
cream

Preheat oven to 500 degrees

In a medium bowl, stir to-
gether the flour, sugar and
cream until the dough forms


a ball. Turn the dough out
onto a surface dusted with
additional flour. Fold the
dough in half and knead 5-7
times adding just enough
flour to keep dough from
sticking to your hands.
Gently roll out dough to %'
inch thickness. Using a 3
inch biscuit cutter coated
with flour cut dough into
biscuits. Place on baking
sheet coated with cooking
spray, leaving at least 1- inch
between each biscuit. Bake
for 10 minutes, or until gold-
en brown.

* if you don't have a biscuit
cutter just use a drinking
glass coated with flour
* for easiest cleanup, line
your baking sheet with
parchment paper

Please try these recipes and
let me know what you think.
Also, please e-mail me any
tips that have made your life
easier. Is there something
you would have loved to
have known when you were
first starting out? Is there
something you did that you
vowed never to do again?
Drop me a line. Nothing is
too small..I will love hearing
from you. We are all in the
same boat. There will al-
ways be empty bellies and
dirty dishes, dust on the
table and dirt on the floor. A
little bit of humor and ad-
vice can make the trip so
much easier.

Send questions and com-
ments to
editor@dcadvocate.net.
Please include "Mary" in
the subject line somewhere.


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High School Student

Arrested Selling

Drugs at School


Cross City, Florida- On Mon-
day, November 16, 2009, a
Dixie County High School
student was arrested for
possession of marijuana
with intent to sell and for
selling marijuana on the
DCHS Campus. School Offi-
cials received information
about marijuana being sold
on the campus of the high
school and was able to de-
velop a suspect in the sell.

During the investigation,
the Sheriff's Office was able
to recover the marijuana
that was sold and was also
able to recoverMaijjuana in
a vehicle that the juvenile
drove onto the campus.
While speaking to the juve-
nile, he admitted to bring-


rail MiTers


By Bonnie Wilson

As I did not have a planned
ride this week with my rid-
ing buddies, I was certainly
wishing I had. I missed out
on the last one because I had
to check out a horse possi-
bility for myself. So today as
I'm doing barn chores and
giving treats to our three
geldings it had me thinking
about what I was missing.
Yes you do have barn chores
even when it's raining. This
weekend just came and went
and no possible ride in store
had me feeling a bit on the
blue side.

I was complaining to my
husband about missing a
trail ride today. Dave then
reminded me of a trail ride
that we had been on in Mex-
ico. We got to talking and re-
membering a lot of fun that
day

We were on a
Bluegrass music
cruise ship and
one of the stops'
was in Cozumel,
Mexico. Lots of
people from our
ship Went shop-
ping and snorkel-
ing, and guess what we did?
If you know us, then you.
know the right answer. We
rode horses! We booked a
horse ride at one of the local
ranches. With special in-
structions form our ship's
crewmembers to NOT drink
the water, Dave, myself and
friends headed out early one
morning from the ship. Take
plenty of bottled water with
you, they advised.

Juan Wayne a Mexican cow-
boy with a lot of charm and
wit greeted us at the end of
the pier. He and Dave
seemed to get along right
from the start. He asked
how many was in our party,
Daie responded with six of
us traveling together but did
not know how many from
the ship was attending to-
day's ride. "Well pardoners'
" he exclaimed with that
charming accent "we leave
in 10 minutes, whit or whit-
out hinny one else." Well
that certainly worked for us!
We were "whit" him the
whole way

We got on board a bus in ex-
actly 10 minutes and there
were 12 of us in all. Yeehaw,
We were ready! Off we went
on about a 45-minute ride
out to the ranch. Once we
got there we were entranced


into a real working ranch in
Mexico.

Our guide asked each of us
a few questions as he quick-
ly sized us up for a horse we
would need for the day. I
ride I stated, but please one
who is kind. Not silly He
stated right back at me he
had no sissy horses. Well, I
thought, I may need a trans-
lator. DAVE!! I yelled. Honey,
I said to Dave, help me out
here with Juan Wayne. Good
ole Dave, I.can always de-
pend on him. Juan Wayne
said he was giving me his
best horse. Then he went
about matching up the rest
of our motley crew with
only one real objection to
his horses. "Do not pull back
tight on the reins of your
horse. This is a cue for him
to back up."

One lady in particular (not
in my group of friends) was
given a horse and once she
got into the saddle she be-
gan to pull im-
mediately back
on the reins.
Da! Did she
not listen! Well
my friends, it
got ugly, the
horse backed
right thru a
fence and off
she went. She
had a couple of skinned el-
bows, but really was ok.
However she decided not to
ride.

Juan then turned around
and gave that horse to my
girlfriend Rowena. I looked
at Row as she climbed up on
board and she smiled at me
and said she was ok. Whew!
.I was smiling back because
Juan Wayne had given me
his best horse. I could not
begin to tell you his name.
Juan laughed at me every
time I tried to pronounce it.
All I know for sure was it
was a gelding. An incredibly
sweet and kind guy that
gave me a wonderful ride
thru the Myan Jungle ruins.
That's what the ranch is fa-
mous for. I'll save that for
another story sometime.

By the way, if you're won-
dering about Dave, he was
fine with his horse too. Juan
gave him a good
one...named Psycho. Now
that's one I could pro-
nounce, and one I'm glad I
did not ride. But you know
Dave, he'll ride anything. So,
no matter where you trail
ride, be sure you enjoy the
ride. We really did.

Until next time, happy trails
to you!.


Gilchrist County: Officers
Travis Cooper and Justin
Allen worked an investiga-
tion into an illegal albino ,
doe deer that was killed by. .
a suspect out of south
Florida. The deer and sus-
pect were located and the
suspect confessed to killing
the deer and then fleeing to
south Florida.

Charges are being filed
through the Gilchrist Coun-
ty State Attorney's Office.


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FWC cites for antlerless
deer, license violations

Officer Carl Butler was on
patrol in Suwannee River
Water Management District
property on the
Dixie/Lafayette County
line. At approximately
10:00 a.m.,
he ob- ,
served a ?
vehicle
speeding .
out of the
property
Officer .
Butler-
stopped the
vehicle
which contained two sus-
pects that were not happy
to see him. The suspects
were found in possession of
a small antlerless deer.
Both subjects were cited for
taking/possession of
antlerless deer.

Lieutenant Roy Williams
and Officer Todd Nichols
were on patrol in Jena '
Wildlife Management Area
when they observed a vehi-
cle from a distance rapidly
leave the area heading
deeper into the manage-
ment area. After a lengthy


ing the marijuana on the
campus and to selling the
marijuana during the school
day

The juvenile was arrested
and transported to the Dixie
County Jail, where he was
processed and released to
his parents by the State of
Florida, Department of Ju-
venile Justice. As of this
Press Release, the Sheriff's
Office has deployed the K-9
Unit at Ruth Rains Middle
School and the Dixie County
High School a combined six
times.

Sheriff Dewey Hatcher stat-
ed, "We will continue our
strong partnership with the
School System to aggres-
sively'target those who sell,
use or deliver narcotics to
the student body. It is our
goal to assist the School Sys-
tem in maintaining a safe
and secure learning envi-
ronment for the students."


period of time, the officers
were able to overtake the
vehicle containing two sus-
pects. An investigation re-
vealed that neither suspect
had their quota permit and
had license violations.
Ironically, one of suspects
had recently been cited for
other wildlife crimes by
Lieutenant
William's
squad.

Both sub-
jects re-
ceived cita-
tions for the
violations
and were re-
moved from
the
management area.


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Thursday November 26, 2009


Minutes of Regular Meeting of Approval of Family and Med- Board and Applicant Insight for 12
THE SCHOOL BOARD OF cal Leave for Heather Dixon, school district finger printing. 200119 COMPUTER
DIXIE COUNTY, FLORIDA effective September 9,2009 DELL UNKNOWN
Tuesday, October 20, 2009- through November 29,2009. Approval of Agreement be- 2QHNJ 41 4
6:00p.m. This FMLA designation runs tween the Dixie County School 12
concurrent with approved med- Board and Todd Carson, ULI- 200120 COMPUTER
Ical leave. censed Occupational Therapist DELL UNKNOWN
The Dixie County School for the remainder of the 2009- 2QI7R 41 4
Board met in regular sessionat Appointment of Shed Lemmer- 2010 school year, effective Oc- 12
6:00 p.m. on Tuesday, October men as a long term substitute tober 20,2009. 200121 COMPUTER
20, 2009 In the School Board teacher for Heather Dixon dur- DELL UNKNOWN
Meeting Facility, Old Town, ing her medical/maternity leave Approval of Client Services 20111 41 4
Florida. of absence. She will be paid Agreement between the Dixie 12
by the salary schedule, begin- County School Board and So- 200122 COMPUTER
Present: Superintendent Mark nmg on September 21, 2009 lant Health, Inc. for occupa- DELL UNKNOWN
A. Rains, School Board Mem- through October 23, 2009. tonal therapist services, effec- 2QHI2 41 4
bers David Keen, Cheryl Prid- five November 9, 2009 through 12
geon, and Dwayne Rollison, Approval of medical leave of June 10, 2010. Prior approval 200123 COMPUTER
and School Board Attorney absence for Andrea Byroade, from Superintendent must be DELL UNKNOWN
Leenette McMillan. School effective October 15, 2009 granted for holiday rate pay- 2QI4W 41 7
Board Members Timothy through November 12, 2009. ment. 7
Alexander and Glenn Osteen 200124 COMPUTER
were present via telephone. Approval of Family and Med- Approval of School Improve- DELL UNKNOWN
ca Leave for Andrea Byroade, ment Plans for the following 2013C 41 3
School Board Member Dwayne effective October 15, 2009 schools for the 2009-2010 16
Rollison called the meeting to through November 12,2009. schoolyear: 200125 COMPUTER
order. This FMLA designation runs 1. Anderson Elementary DELL UNKNOWN
concurrent with approved mod- School 2QEYB 41 3
Motion by Timothy Alexander, ical leave. 2. Old Town Elementary 16
second by David keen, the School 200126 COMPUTER
School Board unanimously ap- Appointment of Sharon Bolton 3. Ruth Rains Middle School DELL UNKNOWN
proved the Agenda. as a long term substitute 2QGCA 41 4
teacher for Andrea Byroade 4. Dixie County High School 12
Presentation: Dixie County during her medicaltatemrnity 200127 COMPUTER
High School Health Occupation leave of absence. She will be DELL UNKNOWN
Students of America (HOSA) I by the salary schedule, Approval of Title I Parent In- 2Q100 41 4
Presentation beginning on October 15,2009 volvement Plan, effective Octo, 12
through November 13, 2009. ber 20,S2009 through Septem- 200128 COMPUTER
No Citizen Input Approval of the following In- ber 30, 2010. DELL UNKNOWN
structional personnel to teach Approval of School Advisory 2015E 41 3
Information/Announcemente: the CASE program for the Council rosters of membership 2
Ken Baumer, Assistant Super- 2009-2010 school year, $20.00 for the 2009-2010 school year 200130 COMPUTER
intendent for Instruction re- er hour, paid for by General. at the followingschools: DELL UNKNOWN
rented Truancy and F Re- Fundn: 1. Dixie County 2QGJN 41 4.
ports. Jean Driggers, not to exceed 6 HIgh School 12
hours per week 2 Ruth Pa- r,: Mid 200131 COMPUTER
Charlotte Lord, Director of Judy Surrall, not to exceed 6 le Scnoo -. DELL UNKNOWN
Safety, Facilities, and Special hours per week 3, Aroers,. Eie- 2QIOG 41 5
Projects presented new fuel mn natety Schoola 2 9 CMO
tankInformation. Approval of the following in- 4. Old Tor, Elie- 200132 COMPUTER
struc9onal personnel at Dixie mentary School, DELL UNKNOWN
RRMS: Sports programs, RTI, County High School to teach 2QFEV 41 7
and lunch program update Saturday School, $20.00 per Approval of the Florida Read- 5
hour, not to exceed 140 hours ing Initiative Mini-Grant for An- 200133 COMPUTER
OTES: RTI, Parent Confer- combined, paid for by General derMon Elementary School and DELL UNKNOWN
ence Night, and Eddie Eage, Fund: Ruth Rains Middle School. 2QI07H 41 4
Election, and Veteran's Day Jamie Garrett 12
Programs Will Garrett Fred Ward pproval of the following out of 200134 COMPUTER
county residents to attend Dix- DELL UNKNOWN
AES: Calendar, RTI, and Ed- Approval of the following n- ie Distrct Schools for the 2009- 2QEQW 41 4
die Eagle, Election. and Veter- structional personnel to teach 2010 school year: 12
an's Day Programs GED classes during the 2009- Ruth Rains Middle School 200135 COMPUTER
2010 school year, $20.00 per XXXXXXXXX, 6th Grade (Tay- DELL UNKNOWN
DCHS: FCAT retakes, PLAN hour, funded by Adult Educa lor County), pending release 2QI2K 41 4
Test, FAIR Test, Election Pro- ion Grant: from Taylor County School 12
gram, Homecoming (Nov. 13), Cathy Capo, not to exceed 7 Board 200136 COMPUTER
athletic programs, student hours per week Dxe County High School DELL UNKNOWN
parking, drug dogs, and Dixie Candy Evans, not to exceed 9th Grade ay- 20HS5 41 4
Education Foundation Fish Fry hours per week lor County), pending release 12
(Nov. 6) from Taylor County School 200137 COMPUTER
-Thank You to Judge Koberein Approval of the following in- Board DELL UNKNOWN
for teaching the structional personnel for pro- XXXXXXXXX, 9th Grade (Tay- 2QI1H 41 7
Economics/Government class posed faculty School Improve- or County) 7
on a regular basis, meant Grant tutors, to be paid Anderson Elementary School 200138 COMPUTER
$20.00 per hour for one and XX0XXXXXX, 1st Grade (Co- DELL UNKNOWN
TonyaHowell, Director of Fl- one-half hours instruction, 2 lumbla County), pending re- 2QI12 41 4
nance and Business Services days per week (48 total days), lease from Columbia County 12
presented monthly financial re- with equal planning time from School Board 200139 COMPUTER
port and finance calendar. She the School Improvement Grant DELL UNKNOWN
also discussed ARA, Internal dollars, pending FLDOE ap- Approval for the following items 2QI70 41 4
funds audit, and Skyward ran- proval: to becategorized as junk and 12
sitton. be removed from the school 200140 COMPUTER
Old Town Elementary School districts property records. DELL UNKNOWN
Superintendent Rains dis- Improvement After School Pro- These teams are obsolete and 201Q27 41 4
cussed the De Education gram have been declared not applic- 12
Foundation Rsh Fry (Nov. 6), atalie Bechtold able for possible repair. 200141 COMPUTER
smooth transition of fuel tank Jeanine Collins Property No. Description DELL UNKNOWN
Installation, Student and Em- Julie Corbin Manufacturer Serial No. 2KAI 41 4
ployee of the Month Programs, Susan Crise Model Assigned Loca- 12
Positive Referral Program, Brandi Driggers lton 200142 COMPUTER
Staff Drug Testing Policy (begin Sue Dunnam DELL UNKNOWN
in November), DCHS student Valerie Hnson 2QHA6 41 4
parking progress, Technology Vcky Hunt Center Bldg 12 .
Department updates, Home- Jamie Jones Rm 200143 COMPUTER'
coming Parade (Nov. 13), Spe- Jenny Keen 200009 LAPTOP COM- DELL UNKNOWN
ial Facilities Funding update, Susan Peterson PUTER DELL MARKET- 2QIYU 41 7
Meal Charge Policy, Free and Melissa Smith ING TS30T 7
Reduced Lunch Program elgl- Kay Weeks 0007524T1296196N0412 200144 COMPUTER
bllty, FADSS Organzational 9010 24 1 DELL UNKNOWN
Study, drug fatalies article, Annie Byroade Substitute 200013 BATTERY 2QEZR 41 4
Cost Center Organizational BACK-UP (COMM) 10
Chart, webslte banners, and Deanna Roberts Substitute APC SMARTCELL XR 200145 COMPUTER
Superintendent's Evaluation EM9927001527 DELL UNKNOWN
Form. 101 1 2QJUO 41 4
Anderson Elementary School 165 13
School Board Member Timothy Improvement After School Pro- 200081 COMPUTER 200146 COMPUTER
Alexander thanked the School gram MULTIMEDLA-P DELL UNKNOWN
Board and community for their RnC a Bray DELL UNKNOWN 2QI74 41 5
support of the fund raiser lun- Debbie Durham 2Q2SW 41 6 2
cheon for Matt Cravey, which Beth Dees 11 200147 COMPUTER
made in excess of $16,000. Carol Forehand 200082 COMPUTER DELL UNKNOWN
Ginger Jenkins DELL UNKNOWN 2QFIJ 41 4
School Board Attorney Connie Karr 2QHEW 41 2 12
Leenette McMilIan asked if the Cheryl Ricketson 3 200148 COMPUTER
School Board could change Danielle Rosson 200083 COMPUTER DELL UNKNOWN
the November meeting to 8:00 Kin Walker MULTIMEDIADELL 20107 41 4
a.m. Connie Wilkinson UNKNOWN 201Q3N 41 12
Frances Bray 5 11 200149 COMPUTER
SAmotion was made by David Karen Cooper Substitute 200084 COMPUTER DELL UNKNOWN
Keen to move the November Deborah Jacoby- Substitute DELL UNKNOWN 2011M 41 4
17 School Board Meeting to April Kight- Substitute 2QHE3 41 7 12
the following: 8:00 a.m. Or- Unda Taylor- Substitute 7 200150 COMPUTER
ganizational Meeting, 8:15 am. Pam Music Substitute 200085 COMPUTER DELL UNKNOWN
- School Board Workshop, and Cathy Capo Substitute DELL UNKNOWN 2015X 41 7
9:00 a.m. School Board 201Q2P 41 5 7
Meeting. Approval for Brent Wilkerson to 2 200151 COMPUTER
The motion was second by teach zero peod for the 2009- 200086 COMPUTER DELL UNKNOWN
Chery Pridgeon and unani- 2010 school year, $20.00 per DELL UNKNOWN 2QGHP 41 7
mously approved, hour, paid for by General Fund. 2QE81 41 5 7
2 200152 COMPUTER
REGULAR AGENDA Approval of Denice Stroup as 200087 COMPUTER DELL UNKNOWN
School Board Member Timothy Driver Trainer, for the 2009- DELL UNKNOWN 2QIXW 41 7
Alexander pulled item V.E.1. 2010 school year, hourly rate, 2QE3H 41 5 5
from the Consent Agenda and paid for by General Fund. 11 200153 COMPUTER
placed on the Regular Agenda. 200088 COMPUTER DELL UNKNOWN
Approval for Mary Werner to DELL UNKNOWN 2QI53 41 7
MOWING CONTRACT: Su- substitute for Tonya Howell, R- 2QE7G 41 5 7
perintendent Rains recom- nance Director, on as needed 2 200154 COMPUTER
mended approval to advertise basis, effective October 14, 200089 COMPUTER DELL UNKNOWN
for sealed bids for mowing 2009. DELL UNKNOWN 2QHAW 41 7
contracts in November or early 2QE78 41 1 7
December, with a bid opening Approval of an Old Town Ele- 5 200155 COMPUTER
date In January. The contracts mentary School Instructional 200090. COMPUTER DELL UNKNOWN
will be established from March Aide to work fifteen (15) addi- DELL UNKNOWN 2QIXK 41 7
through October to cover the tional minutes per day for after 2QE8C 41 5 7
mowing season. Grounds school supervision during the 2 200156 COMPUTER
Maintenance Specifications 2009-2010 school year, at the 200091 COMPUTER DELL UNKNOWN
must be followed In the selec- employees houdy rate. This DELL UNKNOWN' 2QEZZ 41 7
lion of mowing contractors, approval is for all Instructional 2QE86 41 2 7
A motonto accept the Super- Aides at Old Town Elementary 6 200157 COMPUTER
Intendent's recommendation School. 200092 COMPUTER DELL UNKNOWN
was made by David Keen, sec- DELL UNKNOWN 2QIU1 41 1
ond by Cheryl Pridgeon and Appointmntt of Teresa Christ- 2QE5H 41 7 5
unanimously approved, mas, Instructional Aide at Ruth 7 200158 COMPUTER
Rains Middle School, Annual 200093 COMPUTER DELL UNKNOWN
SCHOOL BOARD ATTORNEY Contract, (9 months, 180 days) 'DELL UNKNOWN 2QI36 41 5
CONTRACT: Item V. E.s1. to for the remainder of the 2009- 2QE97 41 7 5
Regular Agenda School 2010 school year, effective 7 200159 COMPUTER
Board Member Timothy September 28, 2009. 200094 COMPUTER DELL UNKNOWN
Alexander made a motion to DELL UNKNOWN 2011S 41 7
approve School Board Attorney Appointment of Emily Daniel, 2QE3U 41 2 5
Contract between the School School Secretary at Dixie 1 200160 COMPUTER
Board of Dixie County and County High School, Annual 200095 COMPUTER DELL UNKNOWN
Leenette McMillan, Attomey at Contract, (10 months, 196 DELL UNKNOWN 2QHAO 41 1
Law, effective October 1, 2009 days) for the remainder of the 2QESS 41 2 6
through June 30,2011. The 2009-2010 school year, effec- 3 200161 a COMPUTER
motion was second by Cheryl tive October 5,2009. 200096 COMPUTER DELL UNKNOWN
Pridgeon and unanimously ap- DELL UNKNOWN 201IYQ 41 1
proved by the School Board. Appointment of Vivian Webster, 2QE6G 41 5 6
Instructional Staff at Datixie 2 200162 COMPUTER
CONSENT AGENDA County .High School, Annual 200097 COMPUTER DELL UNKNOWN
Superintendent Rains recom- Contract (10 months, 196 DELL UNKNOWN 2QE71 41 7
mended approval of Consent days) for the remainder of the 2QE81 41 3 7
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Nancy Adkins, Food Service at amounts and positions that 2 200175 COMPUTER
Dixie County High School, ea- were approved at the Septem- 200109 COMPUTER DELL UNKNOWN
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the end of the workday Octo- Shannon Ellison $ 200111 COMPUTER DELL UNKNOWN
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Six Point


On Thursday, October 22,2009 a mullet and swamp cabbage benefit
dinner was held for Duane Lord, Brett Sullivan and Kirby Roberts.
The three boys will be heading to the Dominican Republie on De-
cember 27th Jan 3rd to compete on an international team repre-
senting the United States. Thanks to everyone's generosity the boys
were able to raise over 3,000 dollars on their dinner. Without the
help of the community this dinner would not have been possible.
The boys and their parents would like to thank the following peo-
ple for helping out with the dinner:
Business / Organizations
Hardees
Kwik Pik
Dairy Queen
Hungry Howies
Rack's Liquir
Cypress Inn
Dana's Italian
Elaine's
Plantation Gas
Gil Land Clearing
DC Sheriff's Dept.
Lydia Baptist Church
Cross City Rehab
Hitchcocks
Foodland
Newberry Package
Signs & Designs by Stacey
McDonalds
Cross City Church of God
DCHS lunchroom ladies
The boys and their parents would like to give a special thank you
to all the friends and family members who helped with organizing,
fishing, cutting cabbage, cooking, delivering and clean up. Thank
you to all the local businesses, schools and residents who pur-
chased a dinner. It's times like this that you realize just who your
true friends are. We're thankful to live in a small community
where everyone loves their neighbor as themselves. The love and
fellowship displayed by everyone was truly appreciated. No matter
where life takes Duane, Brett & Kirby we pray that they will never
forget their deep Southern roots that are planted in the little place
called Dixie County. Thanks Again to everyone for making their
fundraiser.such a huge success!
Duane, Tim & Diane Lord
Brett, Bruce & Yvonne Sullivan
Kirby, Terry & Christy Roberts.
Good Luck & Go Bears!


Benjamin Poitevint killed this 6-point on November 14th in
Old Town on private land. Goooo- Benjamin!


Kiss my buck


This 10-point, 19" spread trophy buck was brought home
last week by Ashleigh Haire North from North of Town.
Ashleigh and her sister in law started skinning for their
husbands, until she got a good case of buck fever. Ashleigh
said, smiling, "Read my lips, Girl Power!" Her husband
agrees this is the biggest one taken from their club. Ash-
leigh is a granddaughter of Ferrell and Betty Mikell.

Justin Hodge
First buck an 8 point


Meghan Thompson killed her first buck, a seven point,
opened morning of general gun season.


Dixie District Schools
Employee of the Month

Phyllis Rollison has been
named District Employee of
the month for November
2009. Phyllis has been em-
ployed with the school dis-
trict for over 12 years, which
the majority of that time
she has worked as District
Bookkeeper for the District
Food Service Department.
Phyllis has been a great as-
set to our program, working
with each school food ser-
vice to help keep the pro-
gram working efficiently.
Due to budget cuts this year,
her time is currently divid-
ed between the District
Business Services and the
Food Service Department
which in return is saving
the district money


Due to Phyllis's exceptional
organizational skills, she
has been able to successful-
ly execute the added respon-
sibilities in a professional
manner.
Phyllis has been married to
Glen Rollison for 25 years
and they have two children
and two grandchildren.


Class of 2011 says "Thank You"
Homecoming- The class of 2011
definitely showed what they
were made of during Homecom-
ing this year. The theme was
"Bears Go to Hollywood, Friday
Night Lights, Camera, Action."
Each class was to choose a genre
of movies and the junior class
chose "Action/Adventure" with
the movie "Pirates
of the Caribbean"
as the movie of
choice.
Banner- This year's
homecoming activi-
ties were done a lit- I
tie differently than
previous years. It
still involved
preparing a banner,
skit,,and float. How-
ever, the classes
were only allowed one day to
start and finish their banners.
On November 7th, the students
met in the main building ready
to work. And work hard they did.
The junior class spent the whole
time furiously laboring to finish
the banner that ended up scoring
2nd place in the competition. We
would like to thank Mrs. Christy
Roberts, Mrs. Rhonda Johnson,
Mrs. Sherri Downing, and Mrs.
Karen VanAernam for their help
making our banner such a suc-
cess.
Skit- Also, the class of 2011
worked very hard on the skit for
this year. The many practices
and countless run-through's of
the skit definitely paid off. We
were awarded 2nd place for all of
our hard work. We would like to
thank Mrs. Connie Thornton
and Mrs. Christy Roberts along
with the actors for their hard
work and determination. We
would also like to extend a spe-
cial shout-out to Mrs. Christy
Roberts for writing an incredible
skit.
Float- The juniors were kept
very busy with the float this
year, Many students spent count-
less hours stuffing paper and
building the boat, but that's what
resulted in a 1st place ribbon in
the float competition. Our float
was a pirate ship that showed
the bears making the panthers
"walk the plank." We would like
to thank the following people for
all of their hard work and dona-
tions...Flying Hawk, Suwannee
Lumber Company, Mr. Luther
Mills, Mr. Ankie Cannon, Mr.
Troy Johnson (use of truck and
trailer), Liles Hardware (use of
facility), all the parents and stu-
dents who participated, David


Rogers (use of ship wheel), Sara
Strang (use of barrel), Rick's
Seafood, and Mrs. Donna Good-
, son-King. We would like to espe-
cially thank all of the fathers
who worked hard to help build
the boat that made up our float.
This year, the junior class placed
2nd in the overall competition.
We would just like to say thank
you to everyone involved with


Homecoming this year. We would
especially like to thank all of the
students who contributed their
time, effort, and energy into all
the Homecoming activities.
Concession Stands- The junior
class is also putting on prom this
year so, to raise money, we have '
been working the concession
stands at the volleyball and foot-
ball games. We would like to
thank the following people for
their help with that...Foodland,
Dixie County HIealth Depart-
ment, Plantation Gas, Hungry
Howies, McDonalds, Mr. Buddy
Schofield, and all the parents
and students who worked the
games.
If anyone was left out, please
know that it wasn't intentional,
we apologize, and we still thank
you for all of your help. We ap-
preciate the support everyone
has shown us and we need your
continued support. The class of
2011 is putting on prom this year
and getting ready for all the
craziness of senior year so con-
tinued support would be much
appreciated.
We would like to introduce the
junior class officers.
President- Courtney Allen, Vice
President- Caysi Dey
Secretary- Kelsey VanAernam,
Treasurer- Lindsey Locke
Reporter- Hillary Thornton, His-
torian- Brittany Pinner, Class
representatives: Shelbi Downing
and Lacey Osteen.
Thanks again to anyone and
everyone who has participated
in the junior class activities.
You have really helped make
this year a success thus far.


On Saturday, November
7th, Justin was hunting
with the muzzleloader he
got for his birthday
The first time he shot his
muzzleloader he brought
down this Trophy 8-point
buck while sitting in his
tree stand in the Dixie
Hunting Club.


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From THANKFUL, page 1

Tracy Driggers Grady: I'm thank-
ful for God's blessings, my
family, my job, my friends
but one thing in particular,
my younger brother
Jed!!!...he's been through a
LOT and I'm thankful he's
still with us...I love you
Jed!!!!

Michelle Berry Clark:I am
thankful to God forgiving
my family good health. I am
thankful for my wonderful
daughter for everything she
is becoming, and her accom-
plishments in school' even
though we can drive each
other crazy (love ya baby). I
am thankful for my parents,
without their support or
Sha's I would not have the
strength or courage to start
over. Love you guys.Lastly
(but not finally) I am thank-
ful for all the prayers of
support, strength, and love
from my family, extended
family, and friends. Thank
you and I hope you all have
a blessed Thanksgiving.

Jenna Cothron: I am thankful
for my salvation. I'm thank-
ful for the blood Jesus shed
so that our sins would be
covered and we can have
eternal life in Heaven! Im
also thankful for the family
and friends God has given to.
me, especially my son. I
have been blessed beyond
measure, and for that I am
forever thankful!!! add to my
above thankful lost....I am
thankful for Kathy Mckin-
ney, the wonderful editor of
the Advocate, for giving us
the opportunity to express
out thoughts publicly on
this gloriously blessed
thanksgiving day!!

Uz Vaughan: I'm thankful for
my Salvation first and fore-
most. I'm thankful for the
military for the freedoms I
enjoy, and also for putting a
pay check in my account
every two weeks in the bad
economy. Coming from a
military family, I've always
been patriotic, but have nev-
er fully understood how
much soldiers give up to
protect us, until I witness it -
first-hand. I'm so thankful
for my supportive husband,
who has been my rock this
past year. I'm grateful for
my clean slate of health I
just recently received. I'm
thankful for my mom and
grandma, for being my sup-
port group. I'm blessed with
my best friends since youth,
and have always been there
for me. And my family at
FBC of CC, who though I
am not regularly attending
anymore, have still kept in
contact, and still make me
feel part of the group.

JennieSue Cunningham: First I
want to say I am thankful
for God because he healed
my Mama, Peggy Valentine
and gave my family the priv-
ilege to continue to love and
appreciate her in her great-
ness. I am thankful for a Su-
per Strong Daddy who never
gave up on his children or
Gods greatness, and believes
in prayer. I am thankful for
my beautiful daughter
Alyssa and all of her
achievements, she makes
my heart swell with pride.
Next I am thankful for all of
my Elder Residents at Cross
City Rehab who allow me to
be a part of their life, happi-


ness and give me their un-
conditional love and being
our countries stepping
stones and building it in its
Glory. I am thankful for the
freedom to worship and for
all of the Brave soldiers
past and present that have
been willing to defend our
honor and help us stay
standing tall. Last but not
least I am thankful for free-
dom of press sothe world
can see and realize that
there is so much to be
thankful for and that it
should never be taken for
granted.

Marlice Higginbotham: I'm
VERY thankful for my fami-
ly Even thoughdithas been a
very hard year for all of us I
know I'll always love and
have theJove of my family
My brothers, I respect so
much for being the good na-
tured men ihey have be-
come. I only wish I could
give them a hug everyday
and tell them I love them.
My mother, well you know
how moms are she's my
heart. Since I was a kid I've
watched her put herself on
hold so many times to help
us! she is the strongest per-
son I know! And of course,
my son, he IS my life supply,
my oxygen. I really just
couldn't imagine my life
without him! He is the only
one that can make my world
light up when I look at him.
I don't think you really
know what true joy is until
you hear your happy child
hum! He truly amazes me!
And of course last but not
least my niece! I think it is
so funny how she is un-
aware that she is still a
child! She I would have to
say is my best friend! We
don't always see eye to eye
but I love her and she knows
I'll always be there for her!

Brandi Barber:I am thankful
for the stupid people who
elected Obama for this crap-
py economy and the lack of
jobs in the BIG city of Jack-
sonville... I am thankful for
my great family, friends and
the best boss anyone could
ask for when I was em-
ployed...;)

Casey McKinney: Easy answer:
Do You know who my
grandpa is? Good reason to
be Thankful, He is pretty
awesome. Elvis is Jealous.:)

Autumn Cowger Elmore: That
my mom met you and Fran-
cis!

Sheila Engers Nichols: Hmm-
mm....I'm thankful for these
conversations we have.
Facebook has given me back
so many dear friends. I'm
thankful for the blessing of
being born in this country,
for my puppy's kisses, for
my 3 healthy boys, and a
husband who loves me and
his children.

Dana Johnson: I am most
thankful for my family and
their health.

Angel Lee: I am most thank-
ful for my coach, my Bears,
and my Veterans and men
and womeri.qjln g for my
country anNiTa's mashed
taters.

Danielle Ridgeway: I am thank-
ful for nyjfeautiful son,
Jaxson and my husband.


Dixie County SWAT
November 19 marks the 33rd
anniversary of the American
Cancer Society's Great Amer-
ican Smokeout. This annual
event challenges smokers to
quit for at least 1 day and
provides information re-
sources to help them quit
permanent-
ly.
The Dixie
County
high f
School
SWAT '.
chapter
worked
hard to col-
lect and
display 88
pairs of
shoes, representing estimat-
ed 88 Floridian's who die
each day from tobacco relat-
ed illnesses. In addition to
the dramatic visual display
on the High School Campus,
Kim Lander was host to
guest speaker, Melanie But-
ler in each of her ninth
Grade English Classes.
Melanie Butler is Dixie
County's Tobacco Prevention
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Quit Doc is the leader in pro-
viding a multidisciplinary
approach, designed to con-
quer nicotine addiction. Dr.
Barry Hummel, a Pediatri-
cian and one of Quit Doc's
founding members, is spear-
heading the effort and reach-
ing out into the community;
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and
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This
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North Florida Fair
results

The North Florida Fair was
held November 5-15 in 'alla-
hassee. The Cross City 4-
H Club participated in
the 4-H Club Booth Divi-
sion, and members com-
peted in Harvest Veg-
etable Decorating Show,
Poultry Show, Rabbit
Show, Dairy Show, Horti-
culture Judging, Agricul-
tural Judging, and Share
The Fun Talent Show.

The following members of
the club entered the Har-
vest Vegetable Decorating
Contest, and all placed
high in their divisions.
Kindergarten, 1st Place -
Maddie Butler
Kindergarten, 2nd Place -
Kayden Mathia


3rd Grade, 1st Place Jordan
Butler
3rd Grade, 1st Place Mag-
gie Forehand
4th Grade, 1st Place Kailee
Hurst
4th Grade, 3rd Place Nora
Rouse
4th Grade, 3rd Place -
- Jordan Delaney
-6th Grade, 1st Place -
Shelton Hurst
6th Grade, 2nd Place
- Megan Wimberley
6th Grade, 3rd Place
- Ivey Sapp
7th Grade, lst Place -.
Shelbi McCall

After weeks of
preparation, two
Horticulture Judg-
ing Teams traveled
to Tallahassee on
November 14th to
compete in the Ju-
nior and Intermedi-
ate Divisions. The
contest is made up of
15 specimens in each of the
following categories: orna-
mental plants, fruits, vegeta-
bles, and flowers and fo-
liage. The junior team
members are: Jordan But-
ler, Maggie Forehand, and
Kailee Hurst. This team
won 2nd Place in the Junior
Division (Grades 3-5). The
intermediate team members
are Shelton Hurst, Shelbi
McCall, and Megan Wimber-
ley This team won 1st Place


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(Grades 6-8), with Shelbi
McCall receiving the 1st
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dividual Award in the Inter-
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Hurst-2nd Place High Score


Individual, and Megan
Wimberly-3rd Place
High Score Individual.
The many hours of
studying and practices
were rewarded for both
of the teams as they
brought these top
awards back to Dixie
County

The Senior Agricultur-
al Judging Team, Chel-
sy Cannon, Shelby
Hank, Kaitlyn Sheets,
and James Stills evalu-
ated beef, poultry,
shelled corn, oats, beef
heifers, perennial peanut
hay, soybeans, and hay.
Kaitlyn Sheets received the
2nd Place High Score Indi-
vidual Award in the Senior
Division.


Shelton Hurst and Kailee
Hurst entered the Poultry
Division. All of their chick-
ens won blue ribbons, and
Kailee won Best of Show
: with her cochin bantam,
Hannibal. She also entered
a rabbit in the exhibition
show.

Shelbi McCall competed in
the 4-H Share The Fun Tal-
ent Contest. She won 1st
Place in the Interme-
diate Division
(Grades 6-8) with her
dance/baton twirling
routine.

In addition, Shelbi
won Reserve Champi-
on in both the 4-
H/FFA Dairy Show
and Open Dairy Show
I with her Holstein
cow, Ms. Maple Slope
Clr Eyes.

Congratulations to
the Cross City 4-H
Club on their out-
standing achieve-
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Gipe claimed that this would
not be the case, and that the
credits that were not donat-
ed would be used for devel-
opment in Jena. Since real
estate activity in the
Jena/Steinhatchee area has
crawled almost to a stop and
brand new condos are sit-
ting empty, planning further
development in the area
would seem to be of ques-
tionable merit at this time.,
Grasping at straws, Gipe
asked the Commissioners to
ask for comments and opin-
ions from the people of the
county on the loss of the
road. He asked if the Com-
missioners would solicit
public comments and then if
he could return to receive
approval for the project or
perhaps to schedule a work-
shop.
Commissioner Troy John-
son expressed his doubt that
the people of Dixie would
willingly give up the use of
the popular road and said,
"You'd be wastin' your
time." The rest of the Com-
mission agreed and Mr. Gipe
and Mr. Kinard left the meet-
ing empty-handed.


Suwannee River Fair
News

Weigh in/Tag in Dates
December 5 2009 Feeder
Steer and Heifers 7:30 am to
10:30 am
December 12, 2009 Swine -
7:00 am to 10:00 am
Please review the 2010 fair
rules. Exhibitor must be
present at weigh in/tag in.
Scholarship Applications
Each year, the Suwannee
River Fair awards two schol-
arships in the amount of
$500. You must be a graduat-
ing high school senior and.
an active member of FFA or
4-H in good standing in Dix-
ie, Gilchrist or Levy County
to be considered.
Applicants should review the
rules pertaining to the schol-
arship award on page 3 of
the 2010 rule book. The ap-
plication, volunteer hours
sheet and rules are available
online at suwanneerivery-
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visor or 4-H club leader.
The deadline for application
submission is Wednesday
March 3, 2010. All entries
must be postmarked by this
date to be considered. This
deadline is strictly enforced
and no late applications will
be accepted.


Trenton man injured
in Dixie County
hunting incident

A Trenton man was injured
in a hunting accident
Thursday at a hunt club
near Cross City
Michael H. Devanie, 43,
was hunting with Michael
S. Everett, 40, of Fanning
Springs, in the Ray Sawmill
Hunt Club near Cross City
when the incident occurred
at approximately 10 a.m.
Thursday
The men were deer hunting
with dogs. They were set up
about 120 yards apart on
Squirrel Road, a trail in the
club, according to Florida
Fish and Wildlife Conserva-


tion Commission (FWC) in-
vestigators.
Everett was in front of his
truck on the trail and De-
vanie was on top of his dog
box in his truck, directly
down the road at an inter-
section. A deer crossed the
road between the two men
- and stopped in the trail.
Everett fired twice with a
12-gauge Mossberg shotgun
loaded with No. 00 buckshot.
The two men were not in
view of each other, said in-
vestigators.
Devanie was struck in the
neck by a pellet, investiga-
tors said. Medical personnel
transported him to Shands
Hospital in Gainesville.
The FWC is continuing the
investigation.


Lady Bears get mauled


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The Lady Bears travelled to Trenton to take on the Tigers
on Thursday evening. They put in a good effort, but came
up short at the final buzzer in the first game of the season.
The Tigers were victorious with a 62-26 wipeout.


Freedom








Saturday, November,
28th at 7pm


At Petcosital Htihwe "uc


Special Guest Speaker: Pastor Shaun
Campbell from Hamilton, Ohio
Come join us for music, praise and worship,
drama, interpretive dance and a word from God
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STRAIGHT TALK
By Dixie District School Su-
perintendent Mark Rains
The holiday season is ap-
proaching, and it is the per-
fect time to thank you for
giving me the opportunity
to work with the young peo-
ple of our community This
is an awesome responsibili-
ty and I enjoying working
constantly to improve the
educational opportunities
for our children.
At the completion of my
first year as Superintendent
of Schools, I would like to
thank parents, staff and
community for their sup-
port of urddung.people. I
believe in: order to be the
best Superintendent possi-
ble, I need constantifeed-
back and welcome yodr in-
put. We have developed a
one page evaluatkfA,(Which
is available on our website
at
http://www.dixie.kl2.fl.us/.
Please print, complete, and
send to Sharon McCall.
This is anonymous, so no
names or return addresses
are needed.
I would like to.encourage all
students, staff and parents
to work extremely.hard
these next few months in
preparation for the state
mandated FCAT test. With
all the activities going on in
our community and schools,
it is easy to become distract-
ed from our main goal,
which is academic progress.
On November 11, we cele-
brated Veteran's Day Pro-
grams were held at Old
Town Elementary School,
Anderson Elementary
School, and Ruth Rains Mid-
dle School. The Dixie Coun-
ty High School Band per-
formed at these events, as
well as the parade and com-
munity ceremony I would
like to thank all veterans
who participated in these


events at our schools. It is
very important to educate
our children about the sacri-
fice our veterans made for
our country and if weren't
for their service, we would
not have the freedoms in
this land we have today.
This has been an exciting
month for our students.
Fall Festivals were held at
our elementary schools and
homecoming was at the
high school. It is always
great to have so many alum-
ni return for the homecom-
ing festivities. Our football
team has experienced a very
successful season, and I
wish them much success as
they progress in the state
playoffs. Also, I would like
to thank the community for
joining us in displaying
their spirit for our Dixie
County Bears!
Beginning the second week
in December a teacher will
be available at both schools
for children and families to
use the school resources to
help build background
knowledge and increase vo-
cabulary These services
will be available between
the hours of four and.six on
Tuesday and Thursday af-
ternoons. During this addi-
tional time students will be
allowed to work with
Achieve 3000, Accelerated
Reader, and other computer
programs that are available
during the school day
Thanks to the Food Service
staff at all of our schools
for preparing a wonderful
Thanksgiving lunch. We
had many families who vis-
ited our schools and enjoyed
this meal with their chil-
dren.
For current Dixie District
Schools information, visit our
website at
http://www.dixie.kl2.fl.us. We
welcome your suggestions in
making this a user friendly
website for students, parents,
and the community.


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BEAR

FANS:

Please note that for
State Playoff
Games,
NO PASSES
will be accepted.

Only FHSAA State
Series Passes will be
permitted.


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Stuff to


Do


Design a Bookmark
for your library

FLA is hosting its first
bookmark design contest!
Anyone can enter and it's
easy to do! Please consider
submitting a bookmark de-
sign and help promote the
Florida Library Associa-
tion!
See guidelines below:
Florida Library Association
Bookmark Design Contest
The FLA Membership and
Public Relations Commit-
tees are sponsoring a book-
mark design contest. The
winning design will be used
to promote awareness of
FLA and highlight member
benefits.
The winning design and de-
signer will be recognized at
the 2010 annual FLA confer-
ence.
Contest Guidelines
1. Bookmark designs
will be accepted until 5:00
pm, January 15, 2010.
2. Designs must be sub-
mitted in electronic format
as a PDF, JPG (uncom-
Iressed), TIF file, or .
scanned file with 300 dpi
minimum.
3. This contest is open


BROWNFIELDS PUBLIC
MEETING
The County has received a
grant to identify and rede-
velop contaminated sites.
. A community-wide public
meeting will be held on
Tuesday, December 1st at
10:00 AM at the Women's
Club facility located at 236
NE 134th Street in Cross
City. This kick-off meet-
ing will be informative
and the community is in-
vited to provide input.
Call Sherry Lynn, Project
Coordinator, at (352)498-
1426 with any questions.
Suwannee River Economic
Council
Breakfast is now
being served!
at the Senior Center at
357 SE 22nd Avenue
For info call Heddie
Johnson 498-2714


BINGO
DAV
CHAPTER 63, CROSS CITY
WEDNESDAYS 6 P.M.
SATURDAY 5:30 P.M.
DAV HALL AIRPORT
ROAD
CROSS CITY


to the public.
4. The winning design
will be selected by members
of the FLA Membership and
PR Committees. Judges de-
cisions are final.
5. Contestants should
submit a full color design
for one side of an 8.5 inch
by 2.5 inch bookmark. The
other side of the bookmark
will be used for FLA infor-
mation.
6. Submit designs elec-
tronically as an email at-
tachment to the FL4,Execu-
tive D retor-
faye. ts@domcast.net. If
necessary contact phone
ntumlier-ftr the FLA Execu-
tive Director is 386-438-5795.
7. _jTh4fi'rst design sub-
mitted by an individual will
be accepted; additional de-
signs from that individual
will not be accepted.
8. Contestants are cau-
tioned against violating
copyright protections in
their designs.
9. The Florida Library
Association retains ALL
rights to use, reproduction,
and revision of the winning
design.


Old Town Methodist Hosts
Cookie Walk and
Christmas Sale

The Old Town United
Methodist Women and the
Bible Study Class are having
their annual Cookie Walk
and Christmas Sale. It will
take place on Saturday, Dec.
5th in the Fellowship Hall


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Not A Cpeabupe W\o SiPPina
no even a moose

Suwannee Valley Players announces the opening for its up-
coming production of Not a Creature Was Stirring ... not
even a moose, a comedy written by Pat Cook. Editor JJ Gar-
nes of the Herald Tribune makes sure to use the holiday to
his own advantage, whether it be to expose a crooked mayor
or sell a few more issues with just the right angle. And he
thinks he finds it when he finds a letter from a small boy
who "don't want no more Christmases."
Delilah and Sarah, his assistants are equally cynical until
they find a "Wish Moose", a Christmas ornament that
grants their wishes. Do they believe? It is up to Barney, the
janitor, to show them how to develop the Christmas Spirit.
Wishes do begin to come true with hilarious consequences
- weather it is Garnes, dressed as Santa falling out of a crop
duster or maybe St. Nick himself showing up. This fast
paced tribute to Frank Capra has you laughing with a lump
in your throat with all the seasons warmth and wit.
The show will open on Dec. 4th at 8:00 pm and have shows
on Dec. 5th at 8 and 6th at 2:30. The following weekend the "
shows will be Dec. 11th at 8 pm and on Saturday the 12th
there will be a special matinee at 2:30 pm with the evening
show starting at 8; on Sunday the 12th the show will be at
2:30. Tickets for Not a Creature Was Stirring are $8 for stu-
dents (grades p-k-12) and seniors.(65 and up) and $10 for
general admission; under 3 admitted free. All shows are at
the Chief Theater 25 E Park Ave. Chiefland, FL.
Bring the whole family to enjoy this Holiday event.


from 9 am to 3pm. A cookie
walk is tables of homemade
cookies, ready for you to
choose from. You purchase
the sized tin you wish to fill
and pick up from among the
decorative and special di-
etetic cookies. Plus, we have
many beautiful and useful
Christmas items that await
you in our Fellowship Hall.


THE


SUWANNEE RIVER
SHRINE CLUB
(1/2 Mile East of Fanning Springs on Hwy 26)


2009
CANE GRINDING WEEK
Saturday, November 21 thru Friday, November 27
Closed on Sunday
CANE SYRUP S8 PER BOTTLE JUICE $8 PER GALLON
TURKEY SHOOT
1 0AM-3PU $3.00 per shot
Beside Ihe Clubhouse Shells will be furnished.
LUNCHES SERVED ON THE BACK PORCH
Everyday Except Thanksgiving 11am to 2pm
Burgers Hotdogs Chili ---prices posted
CHICKEN S DUMPLING DINNER
Tuesday, November 24th 5pm-Till
Adults S6 Children (under 12) $4
S ***.*THANKSGIVING DINNER*****
Thursday November 26 .* 11:30 am-Till
Turkey Ham with all the trimmings
Adults $9 Children (under 12) 55
CRAFT SALE YARD SALE BAKE SALE RAFFLES
gam-5pm
Por..:E-E a- fo. I' .. er... l ."1 nme
A m e-"j.r.-., [.Inn 1 o U rn ,jDano 1, r, I.1 01 r n i U. llI 3 6 &. hrar> d.r lObI6 Iulir.r


LAKE CITY

CDMMBNITY COLLEGE


presents
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Dec. 2 7:30 p.m.





Foroticket information call


2009-2010
Lyceum series

Levy Performing
Arts Center
Tickets will be on sale November 16
at the PAC Box Office
9 a.m.-4p.m. We accept cash, check,
and debit or credit cards
(MasterCard & Visa) ONLY
Dinner will be served in the college's
Lobo Cafe prior to the performance. For
details & reservations call (888) 845-0925
or (386) 438-5440

Executive Director Sponsors
Source.
Lake City Reporter
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(386) 754-4340
"Enhance Education and the Arts by supporting LCCC's Foundation"
If you have a disability and need assistance, please contact (386) 754-4340


Suwannee Boat Parade
The Suwannee Holiday Boat
Parade will be a Suwannee
River Chamber of Commerce
Open event. No pre-registra-
tion is needed, just come and
participate by boat or as a
spectator.
Saturday, Dec. 5th Show off
your holiday spirit by deco-
rating you boat for an after
dark Boat Parade.
6:30pm Starting at Lake Hol-
iday, behind Crown's water-
front Market, just off HWY
349, in Suwannee. If you have
questions, please call Kay @
Suwannee Guides & Outfit-
ters 352-542-8331


ANNUAL VETERANS' CHRISTMAS DINNER
All Veterans and their families are cordially invited to
our Annual FREE Christmas dinner sponsored by the Dis-
abled American Veterans and Auxiliary on Sunday, Decem-
ber 6th, at 1:00 P.M. (1300) at the DAV/DAVA Chapter Hall on
Airport Road So. of Cross City turn East at the caution
light.
The traditional Christmas Dinner will be served and dur-
ing the dinner, we will have entertainment. There will be
drawings for door prizes as well. So, ALL of you Veterans,
get your families together, and come on out for some good
food and music, as well as win some prizes. For more infor-
mation, please call Commander Fred Heinrich at 949-2671.


AMERICAN
LEGION POST
383 NEWS

Post 383, Old Town, is hav-
ing a Thanksgiving Dinner
for its Veterans and their
families. This is a get-to-
gether sort of dinner. The
Post is furnishing the meat
and the Veterans, their
families and friends are
asked to bring a side dish -
or your left-overs. This is
mainly for those of us who
do not have plans for
Turkey Day come on down
to the Post around 1 PM and
have a meal with us. The
only cost is a canned good'
for our needy basket.
We are looking for old and
new members. Some of the
old members need to pay
their dues before January
1st. And we are always look-
ing for new members. Our
"snow birds" are here now
and we enjoy seeing them
come by the Post, morning,
noon or night! For more in-
formation, call 542-2021 or
542-8020 anytime.


2009 Butler

Reunion

Sunday, November 29, 2009,
the Butler Reunion will be
held in the PAVILION at the
BUTLER Cemetery.
All family, friends and
neighbors are invited.
Lunch will start at 1PM, af-
ter church. Please bring a
covered dish, your chair and
old pictures for others to en-
joy. There will be a drawing
after lunch for a very special
gift. This gift will be a col-
lection of old Butler Re-
union pictures. Only one is
available and you have to be
there to win.
Let's visit and enjoy a deli-
cious lunch. For more infor-
mation call Cindy at 542-0594
or Dene'e at 498-4140.
HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE!


TOY8 FOR

TOTS

Breakfast
with Santa

All proceeds go to Toys for
Tots
$5.00 donation for picture
with Santa
November 30
7 am-1:00 pm
No cameras please
Sponsored by Gail's Cafe


DIXE COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT



SERVING YOU AT FIVE LOCATIONS



OLD T~I ELEYTARY SCHOOL
RUTHfRAINS HMDOLESCHOOL
ANDERSN EMENTRYSCHOOL
DMEECOUNTYHIGH SCHOaL


* Acute & Chronic Disease Care Minor Surgical Procedures
* Laciation Repair Employment Physicals
* Well Child & Newborn Care Family Planning OB Care
* School& Sports Physicals School Health Services
* Treatment for Asthma Provntativn Health Care


* WiC Coupons
* Laboratory & XRay


* Dental Services
* HIV Anonymous & Confidential Testing


*Child and Adult Immunizations
Attention Deficit Disorder Evaluation & Treaftnrnt
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SORT: Furnished 1 and 2 bed-
room Condo's for Rent $550 to $750
& UTI .Included in price-Cable,
Internet, Local calls, Hot Tub.Call
352-498-7740 or 813-677-9640
UFN

GOVERNMENT RESALES in for-
est incredible deals 100.00 down
receive thouunds from stimulus
tax refund. Monthly payments
less than rent. New condition.
Florida USA Realty call 352-505-
3571
44-48

HOUSE FOR RENT
3 Br & 1 B House In Cross City(In
City Limits)
Near Shopping, Schools, And
Post Office,City Water, Sewer,
And Garbage Pick-Up, 1-Year
Lease Available $400 Monthly-
First & Last Months, $200 De-
posit Call Jodi @ 352-498-2533

3BR 2 Bath Double Wide Trailer
in FutchVille 3 Miles North of
Cross City On A Paved Street.
450.00 First and Last Months
Rent. 100.00 Security Call 498-
3879

Room 4 Rent with of the house
180.00 a month. 12 passenger van
w/ handicap access. 2,000.00 call
498-4186 or 356:1332

MH 2BR 1 Bath on 2 acres central
heat and air. Between Old Town
and Cross City Good neigbor-
hood. Call 542-3377 or 578-4461

MH 2BR 2Bath in Cross City
350.00 a Month Plus Deposit
MH 2BR 2Bath in Cross City
450.00 a Month Plus Deposit Call
498-7632

Rental Cottages 700.00 Monthly
includes all utilities near river
and gulf in steinhatehee. Call
Mary Ross 352-665-3211

House For Rent 2BR 1Bath. I take
section 8. Call 498-0164

MH 4 Rent 2BR 2Bath 2 acres
central heat and air between Old
Town and Cross City. Great
neighborhood. call 542-3377 or
578-4461

Water Front Rental with asset to
gulf and Suwanee river. 128 SE
890 ave. Suwanee FL. Rent is
450.00 +utils. Contact Janette 516-
993-6033
3BR 2Bath house for rent 2 car
garage. Ask 550.00 a month 1st
and last month rent. Call 498-3798
48,49,50






86 Ford Van W/ High Gralift
For Sale OBO, Custom Built
Wheel Chair For Men. 6 Feet 4,
Recliner.New 10,000.00. Asking
3500.00.
For Wheel Scooter Wheel
Chair For Out Door Use.
1500.00 Bedroom Sweet long
For Post Bed W/ Two Matching
Dressers.
Meinting Meachie. Karosene
Lamp And Other House Hold,
Can See At The Yard Sale Octo-
ber 17. 1077 NE 424 Ave, Old
Town

Computer for sale windows
vista 1.87 19inch monitor. all in
one HP coper plus exter. 800.00
OBO
Drumset w/ beginer CD and in-
tercation 200.00. call for more
info 352-210-2610

Red nose pitt bull dog. 9 month
old female used to being out-
side. call 542-1031

2001 Dodge Carevan V6 A/C
CD Player in real good shap
asking 4200.00 or OBO. 1992
Ford Pick Up Truck High Miles
great for hunting or work
truck asking 1500.00 or OBO.
Pressure Washer like new 2600
pci 2.5 gal. per min. 5 horse
honda asking 500.00 or OBO.
Baby Cradle Swing 50.00
Baby Jumper 50.00 Call Lee
215-6225


For Sale 4 Mickey Thomas
BAJA ATV 305 7R18. Tires only
have 50 miles on them. For
black MAMBA. Five huge 18in.
rem es brand new never been
mantled all 4 1400.00. Call 542-
3221 leave message


THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
COURT ADMINISTRATION
-Trial Court Law Clerk-
www.jud3.flcourts.org
46,47,48



BANNER CENTER PROGRAM
SPECIALIST
POSITION # C99901
(Grant Funded)
Re-Advertised
The Program Specialist will as-
sist the Banner Center Director
with industry driven program
coordination and curriculum de-
velopment. Manages budgets.
Plans and organizes special
events. Coordinates and oversees
designated programs and events.
Maintains database of Banner
Center students and trainees and
clients. Supervises support staff.
Requires Bachelor's Degree from
an accredited university and two
years of supervisory experience.
Good working knowledge of Mi-
crosoft Word, Excel, Access.
Must have valid State of Florida
driver's license prior to employ-
ment.
SALARY: $ 31,937 annually plus
benefits
Application deadline: 12/11/09
Persons interested should pro-
vide a College application, vita,
and photocopies of transcripts.
All foreign transcripts must be
submitted with official transla-
tion and evaluation. Applications
and full position details are
available on our website
www.lakecitycc.edu
Inquiries: Human Resources
149 SE College Place
Lake City, FL 32025
Phone: (386) 754-4314 Fax: (386)
754-4594
E-mail: humanr@lakecitycc.edu

LCCC is accredited by the South-
ern Association
of Colleges and Schools
VP/ADA/EA/EO College in Edu-
cation & Employment
48


Jeep 1980 CJ5, classic 4x4, runs
good, low miles $3,900 OBO (352)
ph: 498-8020 / e-mail:
info@codecheckers.com

KIRBY VAC comes with 12 at-
tachments, 4 bags, 1 belt. Also
comes with shampooer, echo
st ick edger with extra head ask-
ing $40 for edger for info call 542-
7404 or 210-9455.


87 Toyota Corolla, converted to
pickup. Runs, asking $250. Needs
new windshield. 498-7321
Guinea Pig. Male, long haired
black and white, very tame. Cage
and food included $15.00 498-7321.

12 foot fiberglass boat on its own
trailer. Boat and trailer have
been recently reconditioned and
are standing tall. I just need to
get rid of it. $300.00 498-3545

HOMEMADE Flatbed trailer
5x16, tandem axle, 5/4 pressure
treated decking $275.00 Duane
352-578-4396

PYGMY GOATS, mother and ba-
bies. Pigeons/chickens, etc. Call
542-2480.

PIGS FOR SALE. 50 LBS, $45.
542-3377.

1985 Honda Rebel 250 MC: New
tires, chains, fantastic shape!
$1100. 2008 Huskee SLT 4600
Lawn Tractor/mower, runs &
cuts great, $650. 24" Mongoose
XR-75 21-speed mountain bike,
like new, $45. Big wooden desk,
58" x 32", $20. Big Couch, needs
cleaned, $15. 498-3283

1999 Nissan Quest 134,000 origi-
nal miles new A/C comp. to
much to list everything works.
Runs excellent. 3,000.00 1999
Dodge 3500'4 by 4 200,00 miles
everything works run great cus-
tom steel flatbed. Good truck
5,500.00 firm. 1990 Goose neck
camper 37 ft. travelvilla every-
thing works. good condition
3,500.00 firm 2006 Lovdo dump
trailer 16" lovdo 7" cuide 6"
height duar axle, tarp system re-
inforced inside like new 5,500.00
firm. Call 578-4549 on all


CUSTOM WATER TREAT-
MENT NOW LEASING EQUI-
MENT! Get rid of that iron,
odor, and hard water! WATTS
has the water treatment that will
give you clean healthy water to
cook with and to drink for the
entire family. I guarantee our
systems to remove the iron,
odors and give you pure clean
water. No more iron spots or
dingy clothes. Financing avail-
able with little or no money
down and low payments. We
have systems for every budget
including buying or renting
your equipment. For all of your
water problems call your local
WATTS dealer DAVID. B.
DOWNING (352) 356-0474 or (352)
498-2449. We service what we
sell! A member of the Florida
Quality Water.


Lose weight without feeling
hungry 100 percent money
back granted. call Sam 352-
507-4700 (45,46,47,48)


Jim's Pressure Washing/
Exterior Painting
Serving our area for over 20
yrs. Call today for a free esti-
mate. Pastor Jim Hurst 352-
498-3023 or 352-356-3831

DIXIE MONUMENTS serving
North Central Florida for 16
years. Open Tuesday-Friday 8-4.
Saturday 8-12 or call for appoint-
ment anytime. located bn 512 Av-
enue (behind McCrabb Church) 7
miles North of Old Town on Hwy
349. 542-3432 or toll free 1-877-542-
3232 ufn

I BUY GOLD ANY CONDITION
25507 US 19 OLD TOWN FL.
(UFN)

AVON GIFTS FOR THE
HOLIDAYS! Call Your AVON Rep-,
resentative Danielle Ridgeway
352-463-7036 OR 352-221-6010

Handy man 35 years experience
work with your Budget No Job
Too Small Home Maint to Remod-
eling References Available call for
details app 542-9326


Holiday Cleaning/ Shopping/
Decorating Receive 10% Discount
every 5th wk Minimum Applies:
Animal Care Also Available. Call
for Details Reference upon re-
quest 542-9326






Wanted Older R.V. pull behind
to 1970 under 20ft. to 6 up as a
woman-cave to have time away
from husband to do Art Work.
call 542-1540

THE HEART OF THE HAM-
MOCK HUMANE SOCIETY in
Old Town is in need of the
following: fencing, fence posts,
kennels, dog houses, dog food,
puppy food, cat food, kitten food
and cat litter. Donations of any
of these items would
be greatly appreciated and are
needed for our animal rescue
work. We are also in need of vol-
unteers for our animal foster
program and our thrift
shop. For further info please call
542-1617 or come by the thrift
shop on Hwy, 19 next to the
western wear store. Thank you."






EAGLES FOE AUX
DIXIE COUNTY 4520
Bake and yard sale
December 5th & 6th
Open to the Public Ta-
bles $5.00
Corner of Spillers Hwy
& 351



'thank You

United Christian
Services
for donating
the shoes used in the
SWAT demonstration
at DCHS.


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Administrative
Assistant/Grant
Coordinator
Must be able to assist manage-
ment in administrative and cler-
ical support; maintains records;
manage and coordinate Grant
activities/management plans;
"possesses excellent communica-
tion skills to handle correspon-
dence and respond to individu-
als with both written and verbal
communication; use indepen-
dent judgment; coordinate ac-
tivities with elected officials,
State and Federal agencies, con-


sultants, engineers, supervisors,
County Manager and the gener-
al public; may supervise clerical
workers; attends meetings with
staff or on behalf of the County
as necessary; site plan review
and assists with Planning/Zop-
ing issues, zoning experience
desired; performs, secretarial
work of a complex nature and
general office functions. Quali-
fied applicants may pick up ap-
plications at the Dixie-County
Board of County Commission-
ers office located at 214 NE 351
Hwy, Cross City, Florida, 32628,
and applications must be sub-
mitted by 5 PM on Thursday, De-
cemnber 3, 2009. Dixie County is
an EOE, Drug Free Workplace.
Questions may be directed to


County Manager, Mike Cassidy
at 352-498-1426.

48

TIMBERS APARTMENTS 231
NE 97th St, Cross City, FL Im-
mediate opening for Managers
position, 32 hours per week
with benefits. Must have experi-
ence in management, office and
computer skills a must. Drug
free workplace. Vaild drivers li-
cense and transportation re-
quired, as there will be some
travel. Applications will be tak-
en on Tuesday and Fridays from
9:00-3:00. Please call Terrie Grif-
fin at 386-364-7936 or 352-498-
3175. Equal Opportunity Em-
ployer. 48


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CONTINUED FROMP4. 990022 COMPUTER
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED LEGAL NOTICE MACINTOSHALL-IN-ONE
BID # 10-09 PERFORM 5200 XA836020D2H
Ray Haufler The Dixie District Schools will accept Sealed APPLE 5200 101 1
5430 SE 193 Terrace Bids for Lawn Maintenance. Prospective bid- XB53307Z10 KV 1 24 1 990023 COMPUTER
Hawthorne, FL 32640 ders may obtain Bid Packets (copies of each 970168 MACINTOSH MACINTOSH ALL-IN-ONE
school's lawn maintenance specifications) at PERFORM 5200 XA8351DED2H
The holder of the following certificate has DIXIE DISTRICT SCHOOLS APPLE 5200 101 8COMPUTER1
filed said certificate for a tax deed to be is- Business Services Office Bldg. #12 XB5330985KV 41 990024 COMPUTER
sued thereon. The certificate number and 823 SE 349 HWY 2 11 M970170 MACINTOSH XA8351DGD2H
year of Issuance, the description of the prop- Old Town, Florida. PERFORM 5200 101 1
arty and the names In which it was as- APPLE 5200 126
sessed are as follows Vendors shall bid on Individual schools and not XB5330855KV 41 990025 COMPUTER
on total district bid. Bidders are cautioned to 5 2 MACINTOSH ALL-IN-ONE
Certificate No: 379 carefully reed each school's specification list. 970171 MACINTOSH XA8351DBD2H
JUNE 1, 2007 APPLE 5200 101
Description of Property: BID PACKETS MAY BE PICKED UP BEGIN- XB5330775KV 41 990027 COMPUTER
SEE EXHIBITAroper NING: 2 11 MACINTOSH ALL-IN-ONE
NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19,2009 970183 COMPUTER XA8351D6D2H
Paulette Shadd, Route 4 Box 30301, Lake BETWEEN THE HOURS OF 8:00 A.M. AND NOTEBOOK NEC 101 1 115
PC7104531 VE 990030 COMPUTER
City, FL 32013 3:00 P.M., RSA48003533 41 MACINTOSH ALL-IN-ONE
Paulette Shadd, Route 4 Box 3013, Lake AT THE BUSINESS SERVICES OFFICE 2 15 XA8351D8D2H
City, FL 32013 BUILDING #12 980029 COMPUTER 101 1
823 SE 349 HWY., OLD TOWN, FLORIDA. 5500/225 MACINTOSH 105
WARNING: Said property being in the ASK FOR PAM CANNON. 6148LL1B TY75108MB8W 990031 COMPUTER
101 1 111 MACINTOSH ALL-IN-ONE
County of Dixie, State of Florida. Unless THE OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED 980032 COMPUTER XA833ODMD2H
such certificate shall be redeemed according NOVEMBER 26TH AND 27TH 5500/225 MACINTOSH 101 37
to law the property described in such certifi- FOR THANKSGIVING. M6148LL1B TY75108EB8W 101
cate shall be sold to the highest bidder at 980083 LAPTOP LATT- MACTOSHALL--OE
the Dixie County Courthouse on December DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION OF BID WILL 980083 LAPTOP LATTI- MACINTOSHALL-IN-ONE
TUDE DELL M XA8330DOD2H
1,2009 at 11:00 A.M. BE 200 SB Z030B 101 1 111
1:30 P.M. ON WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 6, 9010 24 1 990033 COMPUTER
October 28,2009 2010 980093 LAPTOP COM- MACINTOSH ALL-IN-ONE
Dana D. Johnson, Clerk of Court IN THE BUSINESS SERVICES OFFICE. PUTER TEK RE- XA8330CXD2H
Dade County, Florida 32628 THE OPENING OF THE SEALED BID WILL SOURCE 6200AD 233MM 101 1
Christine L Kight, Deputy Clerk BE HELD AT 2:0P,PM., ,QNESDAY, JANU- X N6UD816211089 41 122 COMPUTER
EXHIBIT A 'ARY 6, 980113 COMPUTER- MACINTOSH ALL-IN-ONE
Description of Property: IN THE SCHOdL'BOARD MEETING ROOM STORE ROOM XA8330CVD2H
Parcel No. 14-12-10-0000-0946-0300 IN OLD TOWN, FLORIDA. TEK RESOURCE 101 1
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FOR POB RN W 100 FT N 90 FT E 100 FT 7 32 MACINTOSH ALL-IN-ONE
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164 P 485 ORB 165 P 130 ORB 166 P 15- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ALLPON APPLE G3 10 1

59(CORREB 3 P 158 ORB 327 P THIRD JU ALIRCUIT IN AND FOR XB8230BHD2H 990039 COMPUTER
(TAKEN FROM PROPERTY APPRAISER'S DIXIE COUNTY, FLORIDA980116 COMPUTER XA8350JED2HA
WEB SITE VERBATIM) APPLE G3 ALL IN ON 101 8 .1
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45,46,47,48 101 1 MACINTOSH ALL-IN-ONE
45,46,47,48126 XA8350JMD2H
HUBERT C. PATTERSON AND WAL- 980117 COMPUTER 101 6
TRD H. Pu ATTERS-ON, HIS WIF: APPLE G3aALL IN ON 208
Verizon Wireless proposes to con- TRAUD H. PATTERSON, HIS WIFE, E XB823OBDD2H 990041 COMPUTER
strict a 199-ft. telecommunications PLAINTIFFS, VS. DON PIERPOINT, DE- 101 8 1 MACINTOSHALL-IN-ONE
strict a 199-ft. telecommunications FENDANT. 980118 COMPUTER XA8350JWD2H
tower at 709 SE 327 St., Old APPLE 03 ALL IN ON 101 1
E XB8230BMD2H 41 128
Town, Dixie County, Florida. Wire- NOTICE OF ACTION 1 14 990042 COMPUTER
less telecommunications antennae 980137 COMPUTER MACINTOSH ALL-IN-ONE
TEK RESOURCE XA8350K8D2H
will be placed on the tower and re- \ TO: DON PIERPOINT, LAST KNOWN AERODYNE P2 101 8 1
lated electronic cabinets will be ADDRESS, 2128 TARPON LANDING, 30006986511002 990043 OSHALCOMPUTER
101 1 MACINTOSH ALL-IN-ONE
placed next to it. In accordance TARPON SPRINGS, FL 34668 122 ; XA8350JDD2H
980142 COMPUTER 101 1
with regulations implementing Sec- YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an TEK RESOURCE 109
tin YOU AREf th National Historic HEREBY NOTIFIED that an AERODYNE P2 990044 COMPUTER
tion 106 of the National Historic action to foreclose a Mortgage on he fol- 30006986511007 MACINTOSH ALL-IN-ONE
Preservation Act, Verizon wireless lowing property located in Dixie County, 101 1 XA8350J7D2H
hereby solicits public comment FLorida as described as follows, to wit: 980160 HARD DR9 107a
concerning its proposal. Any com- GIG/INSID 960042 990048 COMPUTER
ments should be made within 30 LOT THIRTY-ONE (31) OF RAMBLING DIGITAL DSRZ1DFVW9 MACINTOSHALL-IN-ONE
ments should be made Within 30 LOT THIRTY-ONE (31) OF RAMBLING NI826U6852 9010 XA8320LQD2H
days of the date of this notice, and WOODS SUBDIVISION, ACCORDING SSK AREN 101 1
days of the date of this notice, an THEREOF AS RECORD- 980161 DATATAPE 126
directed to Zachary Hall, Excell TO THE PLAT THEREOF AS RECOR- DRINSID 960042 990050 COMPUTER
ED IN PLAT BOOK 1, PAGE 232 OF DIGITAL PBXTL DA MACINTOSH G3ALL-IN-ON
Communications, Inc., 6247 Amber THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF DIXIE, 4Z80710376 9010 E XA83115CD2H
Hills Road, Trussville, AL 35173, COUNTY, FLORIDA SSK AREN 101 1
COUNTY, FLORIDA 980162 LAPTOP COM- 126
(205)532-4914. Please include the PUTER "SAGER 990051 COMPUTER
tower location and the location of has been filed by the Plaintiff against you P233MMX N822NXA00147 MACINTOSH G3 ALL-IN-ON
the historic resource you believe in the above styled cause and you ae 4002A 101 1
might be affected. required to serve a copy of your wrien 980170 LAPTOP COM- 126
defenses, if any, to it on R. FRANKLIN PA261UVCDER TOSHIBA 99MACINT52 COMPUTERSHGALL-IN-ON
H RITCH, PA, PO Box 1143, Gainesville, 1850421-9 9010 E XA8310VHD2H
45,46,47 FL 32602, on or before thirty days after SSK AREN R 101 1
990006 COMPUTER 126
the first publication of this notice, amd file MACINTOSHALL-IN-ONE 990055 COMPUTER
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD JUDI- the original with the Clerk of this Court ei- XA83510VD2H MACINTOSH G3 ALL-IN-ON
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COUNTY, FLORIDA. or immediately thereafter, otherwise a'- MACINTOSHALL-IN-ONE 990056 COMPUTER
default will be entered against you for the XA83510WD2H MACINTOSHG3ALL-IN-ON
101 37 E XA83115DD2H
CASE NO. 09-146-CA relief demanded in the Complaint. 101 101 1
990008 COMPUTER 126
FRIER FINANCE, INC., A FLORIDA WITNESS my hand and seal of this XA83305D2H MACINT-IN-OSHGONE 990057 COMPUTERALLON
CORPORATION, PLAINTIFF, VS. Court on this 10th day of November, 101 1 111 E XA8310VKD2H
MATTIE LEE MURRAY, A SINGLE 2009. 990010 COMPUTER 101 8 1
MACINTOSH ALL-IN-ONE 990058 COMPUTER
WOMAN, AND RUSSELL MURRAY AND XA8330DLD2H MAC G3 ALL-IN-0
SAMATHA T. MURRAY, AS HUSBAND DANA JOHNSON, CLERK OF THE 101 2 6 MACINTOSH G3 233MHZ 64
AND WIFE; ETAL, DEFENDANTS COURT 990011 COMPUTER MG XA83115ED2H
AND MACINTOSHALL-IN-ONE 101 1
BY: KAREN LEVERETT, Deputy Clerk XA83510RD2H 104
NOTICE OF ACTION 47,40 101 8 1 990059 COMPUTER
990012 COMPUTER MACINTOSH G3 ALL-IN-ON
MACINTOSH ALL-IN-ONE E XA8310VWD2H
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101, 1 112 106
T. MURRAY, Defendants, unknownten- 990013 COMPUTER 990060 COMPUTER
ants; and other unknown parties in pos- MACINTOSH ALL-IN-ONE MACINTOSH G3 233MHZ 64
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101 27 1 101 8. 1
of any person in possession of the prop- 990014 COMPUTER 990062 COMPUTER
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XA835110D2H E XA83115HD2H
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parties claiming by, through, under or at the Community Center located on 990015 COMPUTER 990063 COMPUTER
parties claiming by, through, under or at the Community Center located on MACINTOSH ALL-IN-ONE MACINTOSH 0G3 ALL-IN-ON
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persons or parties, natural or corporate, dressed at the workshop are: 991MP01 UTER110 101 .1
or whose exact legal status is unknown, MACINTOSH ALL-IN-ONE 990065 COMPUTER
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YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to MACINTOSH ALL-IN-ONE MACINTOSH G3 233 MHZ 6
2.r BoarDuteseadtObigato XA83510TD2H 4MG XA831160D2H
foreclose a mortgage on the following de- 2. Board Duties and Obligations 101 2 3 101 1 114
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to-wit MACINTOSH ALL-IN-ONE MACINTOSH G3 ALL-IN-ON
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48,49 101 6 101 8 1
LOT 22, OLD TOWN OAKS SUBDIVI- 207 990068 COMPUTER
990020 COMPUTER MACINTOSH G3 ALL-IN-ON
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of, as recorded in Plat Book 1, Page 223 DCAL CRCUT OF THSTATE OF FLORIDA, XA8330HCD2H 101 1 110
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required to serve a copy of your written CITIFINANCIALEQUITY SERVICESINC NOTICE FLORIDA HIGHWAYPATROL er aggressive .driving behav-
defenses, if any, to it on Plaintiff's attor- PLAINTIF AL EQUVS ERVCES, INC, PUBLI N TICE iorIn addition, troopers will
ney and counsel of record, ROSE M. RICHARD LEE'CRAIG; UNKNOWN SPOUSE INCREASES ENFORCEMENT strictly enforce safety belt
DECKER, JR., Esquire of The Decker OF RICHARD LEE CRAIG; HARRIET CRAIG; This Is to Inform you that Dixie County will FOR THANKSGIVING TRAVEL PERIOD and child restraint laws,
Law Firm, PA, 320 White Avenue, Post UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF HARRIET CRAIG; hold a pre-bid conference and walk-thru for
Office Drawer 1288, Live Oak, Florida LUTHER DRUMMOND; UNKNOWN SPOUSE the weatherization work of six (6) single fami Thankwhich now authorize law en-
32064, within thirty (30) days after the OF LUTHER DRUMMOND; LUTHER DRUM- ly dwellings in the Dixie County Weatheriza- The Thanksgiving holiday is forcement officers to stop
first publication of this Notice of Action, MOND, AS TRUSTEE; IF LIVING, INCLUDING tion program. a peak travel period for fami- who fail to buckle
ANY UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF SAID DEFEN- motorists who fai to buckle
and file the original with the Clerk of the DANT(S), IF REMARRIED, AND IF DE- This meeting will be held Friday, December lies nationwide. Florida is up
Court, HONORABLE DANA JOHNSON, CEASED, THE RESPECTIVE UNKNOWN 4, 2009 beginning at 8:00 am at Suwannee no exception. With its mild,
whose address is 214 Northeast High- HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRATEES, ASSIGNEES, River Economic Council, Inc. Outreach Of-
way 351, Cross City, Florida 32628, el- CREDITORS, LIENORS, AND TRUSTEES, fice, 357 SE 22nd Avenue, Cross City, Flori- autumn temperatures and The Florida Highway Patrol
their before service on the Plaintiff's attor- AND ALL OTHER PERSONS CLAIMING BY, da 32628. numerous vacation attrac- wishes everyone a safe and
ney or immediately thereafter. If you fail THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAINST THE
ney or immediatelyNAil MED DEFENDANT(S)r UNKNOWN TENANT The conference and walk-thru Is mandatory, tions, many families enjoy happy Thanksgiving and re-
to answer, defend, or otherwise plead to #1; UNKNOWN TENANT.#2; DEFENDANT(S). no exceptions, for contractors who plan to spending their holiday in the minds motorists of Florida's
this action to foreclose a mortgage, a De- bid. Suwannee River Economic Council, Inc.
fault will be entered against you for the '." :wial: i .git CTION requires each contractor to be properly Ii- Sunshine State. Since Move Over Law. The law re-
relief demanded in the Complaint. This '-.' censed, carry general liability Insurance of at Thanksgiving typically pro- quires drivers who approach
Notice of Action is executed and pub- TO: LUTHER DRUMMOND; LUTHER DRUM- least $1,000,000.00, POI (Pollution Occur-
she suanttha in s 4 MOND, AS TRUSTEE; IF LIVING, INCLUDING rence Insurance and Workers Comp Insur- duces a high volume of mo- an emergency vehicle or tow
listed pursuant to the provisionsof 49.08 ANY UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF SAID DEFEN- ance (No Exemptions) before bid opening. tor vehicle traffic, the Flori- truck stopped roadside with
et.seq., Florida Statutes. DANT(S), IF REMARRIED, AND IF DE- Hio hw Patrol will in flashing lights to change
CEASED, TEH FESPECTIVE UNKNOWN Original bids for these units will be due by da Highway Patrol will in- lanes away from the emer-
Date: November 9, 2009. HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, 12:00 noon, Wednesday, December 9th, crease its presence on Nov. 25 agency vehiclesfro if ablthe emeto do
CREDITORS, LIENORS, AND TRUSTEES, 2009, at Suwannee River Economic Council, gency vehicles if able to do
Honorable DANA JOHNSON, Clerk of AND ALL OTHER PERSONS CLAIMING BY, Inc. Outreach Office, 357 SE 22nd Avenue, 29. All sworn FHP person- so safely and if not, slow
the Court, Dixie County Florida, THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAINST THE Cross City, FLorida 32628. Please mark en- nel, including those typically down to 20 mph below
NAMED DEFENDANT(S); whose residence velope "Sealed Bid for Name of Homeown- dodm
by Karen Leverett, Deputy Clerk are/is unknown. er." Bids to be opened and awarded, assigned to administrative the speed limit.
47,48 Wednesday, December 9, 2009, at 12:30 pm. duties, will patrol Florida's
___________________________________ YOU ARE HEREBY required to file your answer
or written defenses, if any, in the above pro- Suwannee River Economic Counci, Inc. has high volume roadways dur- Call *FHP (*347) to report in-
ceeding with the Clerk of this Court, and to the right to reject any and all bids. The bids ing the five-day period. Aux- toxicated or aggressive dri-
Anyone having any claims serve a copy thereof upon the Plaintiff's attor- will be awarded on the most cost effective iiary and Reserve r aggressive
against the 1997 Saturn, gold ney, Law offices-of Daniel C. Conseugra, 9204 basis, iliary and Reserve vers, or if your vehicle
King Palm Drive, Tampa FL 33619-1328 tale-tropers will volunteer to breaks down and you need
VIN #1 G82G1 27XX2151363. phone (813) 915-8660, facsimile (813) 915- 48,49 traugent thlPatol. tas stanceyo
47,48,48,49 0559, within thirty days of the first publication of ________augment the Patrol. assistance. To
47,48,48,this Notice, the nature of this proceeding being The Suwannee River Economic Council, Inc. Troopers will direct their request immediate emer-
a suit for foreclosure of mortgage against the Board of Directors will hold a meeting of the enforcement efforts toward agency services, dial 911.
NOTICE OF ACTION following described property, to wit: Board of Directors on Monday, December 7, impaired driving, speeding,
LOT(S) 1, BLOCK A OF SUWANNEE OAK 2009 at 6:00 PM at the Suwannee River Eco-
LOT(S) 1, BLOCK A OF SUWANNEE OAK nomicCouncil, Inc. Senior Center Building in following too closely and oth-
A petition has been filed in the Dixie FOREST SUBDIVISION, A SUBDIVISION AS Uve Oak, Florida.
CountyCourts to secure a TITLE on PER THE PLAT THEREOF FILED AT PLAT 48
County BOOK 1, PAGE 176 OF THE PUBLIC
a 1967 Ford 100 Custom Cab Pick- RECORDS OF DIXIE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
up VIN FIOYCB1 5135, Blue. Any-I-
e haVINg aOYB 5 c la Ans If you fail to file your answer or written defenses
one having any claims against the in the above proceeding, on plaintiff's attomey, a
vehicle please do so before default will be entered against you for the relief The Early Learning Coalition of the Na-
December 1, 2009. demanded int he Complaint or petition, ture Coast will be facilitating the Bi-


45,46,47,48


NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING


Dated at DIXIE County, this 17th day of Novem-
ber, 2009.
Clerk of the Circuit Court, Dana D. Johnson, by:
karen Leverett, Deputy Clerk


In accordance with the Americans with Disabill-
The Board of Commissioners of the Northwest ties Act of 1990, persons needing a special ac-
Florida Regional Housing Authority will hold a commodation to participate in this proceeding
Special Meeting, December 15, 2009 In the Re- should contact the ASA Coordinator no later
agency Room of the Ramada Inn North, 2900 than seven (7) days prior to the proceedings. If '
North Monroe St., Tallahassee, Florida. Meeting hearing impaired, please call 800-955-8771
will begin at 1:00 p.m. E.S.T. The meeting will (TDD) or 800-955-8770 (voice) via Florida Relay
be open to tho public. Service.
48,49 48,49


second by David Keen and
Approvalof proper disposition unanimously approved by the
ofthe following items originally School Board to adjourn.
purchased with federal funds.
The computers, acquired under
grants are no longer needed Attest:
for the original project or pro-
gram and are not being utilized Signed:
in the scope of the grants. In
compliance with applicable reg- Mark A. Rains,
ulations the computers are to Superintendent
be retained for other class- Dwayne Rollison, School
room/district use and/or parts. Board Member
Property No. Description
Manufacturer Model Se-
rial No. Assigned Loca-
tion

Center Bldg.
Room
0020026 COMPUTER
DELL .. 8200 DIM
90D9811 9015
010 0100
20070016 COMPUTER
DELL GX520


THE SCHOOL BOARD OF DIXIE COUNTY,
FLORIDA .
Minutes of
School Board Workshop Meeting on Tues-
day, October 20, 2009 5:00 p.m.
School Board Meeting Facility at 328 SE
349 Highway, Old Town, Florida

The Dixie County School Board met In a
workshop session on October 20, 2009 at
5:00 p.m. in the School Board Meeting Facil-
ity, 328 SE 349 Highway, Old Town, Florida.
School Bdard Member Dwayne Rollison
called the workshop session to order and
Superintendent Mark Rains gave the Invoca-
tion, followed by Pledge of Allegiance to the
Flag.

Present: Superintendent Mark A. Rains,
School Board Members David Keen, Cheryl
Pridgeon, and Dwayne Rollison, and School
Board Attorney Leenette McMillan. School
Board Members Timothy Alexander and
Glenn Osteen were present via telephone.
Mark A. Rains, Superintendent: School
Board Policy Revision and 5.31 Students
Charged with a Felony

Charlotte Lord, Director of Safety, Facilities,
and Special Projects: School Board Policy
Book Updates, Parent Conference Thurs-
day night, School Renovations, -RRMS
baseball field dugout concrete work, -AES
Guidance Office update, Bus Garage Fuel
Tanks, Safe and Drug Free Schools, and
Mowing Contract recommendation

Workshop meeting adjourned at 5:55 p.m.


ATTEST:
SIGNED:

Mark A. Rains, Superintendent
Dwayne Rollison,
School Board Member

The Early Learning Coalition of the Na-
ture Coast Administrative Committee,
representing Citrus, Dixie, Gilchrist, Levy
and Sumter Counties, is scheduled to
meet on WEDNESDAY, December 10,
2009 at 9:00a.m., at the Early Learning
Coalition of the Nature Coast main office,
1560 N. Meadowcrest Blvd, Crystal Riv-
er, FL. 34429.

Please contact Coalition staff at 352-563-
9939, extension 262 if you have any
questions. Public participation is wel-
come.
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Monthly Board of Director's Meeting on
Wednesday, December 2, 2009. The
meeting will begin at 9::00a.m. at the
Early Learning Coalition of the Nature
Coast main office at 1560 N. Meadow-
crest Blvd, Crystal River, FL. 34429.
Please contact Coalition Staff at 352-
563-9939, ext. 262 if you have any
questions. Public participation is
welcome.

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IBM MT-M 8432-97 .9015 010
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IBM MT-M 8432-97 SX280 DCORN71
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IBM MT-M 8432-97 DELL DIM. 4500
U KCXL41D41 7 J7BMK11 9015
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2E+07 COMPUTER 20070018 COMPUTER
(STUDENT 2) DELL GX520
IBM MT-M 8432-97 B71ZXB1 9015
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9 20070017 COMPUTER
2E+07 COMPUTER DELL GX520
IBM MT-M 8432-97 871ZXB1 9015
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7 20020060 COMPUTER
2E+07 COMPUTER DELL DIM. 4500
IBM MT-M 8432-97 88BMK11 9015
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7 20070019 COMPUTER
2E+07 COMPUTER DELL GX520
IBM MT-M 8432-97 C71ZXB1 9015
U KCXT21G 41 010 0100
7 7 20050166 COMPUTER
2E+07 COMPUTER DELL OPTIPLEX
(STUDENT 6) SX280 GCQRN71
IBM MT-M 8432-97 9015 010
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5 9 20050165 COMPUTER
2E+07 IMAC DELL OPTIPLEX
APPLE G5 SX280 FCORN71
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APPLE G5 DELL 8200
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126 20040078 COMPUTER
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126 Approval of the following sub-
2E+07 IMAC states asdesilgnated for the
APPLE G5 2009-2010 school year:
W85211AGSDX SUBSTITUTE TEACHER/AIDE
101 22 1 Christina O'Neal
2E+07 IMAC Kymberil Waingrow
APPLE G5 Robert Cook
W852119XSDX Wayne Hurst
101 37 Shannon Carter
109 Tracy Walker
2E+07 IMAC Bobbi Mitchell
APPLE G5 Miranda Hunt
W85212W6SDX Cindy Myers
101 1 Jamie VanAemamrn
126 Whitney Johnson
2E+07 IMAC Ubbi Patterson
APPLE G5 Patrick Hicks
W85210JESDX Ann Cook
101 37 118 Billie Jo Beckham
2E+07 IMAC Britni Robson
APPLE G5 Georglanna Williams
W85211GLSDX Sharon Bolton
101 1 Christy White
126 Glenna Fraser
2E+07 IMAC Aron Snyder
APPLE G5 Janet Osteen
W85212WJSDX Teresa Christmas
101 22 1 Audrey Quesenberry
2E+07 COMPUTER Terrance George
DELL DIM 2400 Sandra Maynard
92WJQ71 101 37 Sandra Stone
112 Angela Banks
2E+07 COMPUTER Jana Cannon
DELL DIM 2400 Sarah Rigby
12WJ071 101 37 SUBSTITUTE FOOD SER-
131 VICE
2E+07 COMPUTER Ubbi Patterson
DELL DIM 2400 Patrick Hicks
72WJQ71 101 37 Britnl Robson
119
2E+07 COMPUTER SUBSTITUTE CUSTODIAN
DELL DIM 2400 Patrick Hicks
C2WJQ71 101 37 Britni Robson
118
2E+07 COMPUTER SUBSTITUTE BUS DRIVER
DELL DIM 2400 Kymberil Waingrow
22WJQ71 101 37 Ronald Hightower
113 UbbI Patterson
'2E+07 COMPUTER Janet Osteen
DELL GX280 Aron Snyder
HDXDZ71 101 1 William Pennell
200009 LAPTOP COM- SUBSTITUTE BUS DRIVER
PUTER DELL MARKET- AIDE
ING TS30T Glenna Fraser
0007524T129619
9010 24 1 Approval of Warrant Register
200013 BATTERY numbers: 46789-46834;
BACK-UP (COMM 46835-46879; 46880-46940
APC. SMARTCELL XR
EM9927001527 Acceptance of the Dixie Coun-
101 1 ty School District Safe and
165 Drug Free School Program,
2E+07 COMPUTER 2008-2009 Annual Evaluation
IBM MT-M 8432-97 Report Executive Summary.
U KCKT4A541 2
15 Approval to piggy-back Bid No.
2E+07 COMPUTER B086662VR of Lee County
IBM MT-M 8432-97 School Board for purchase of
U KCKT4M1 41 computer hardware, software,
4 12 peripherals, audio video equip-
2E+07 COMPUTER merit, and accessories for
IBM MT-M 8432-97 school computer labs and oth-
U KCKT1GO er district technology needs.
101 37 112 The applicable period for the
2E+07 COMPUTER bid terms and conditions Is
IBM MT-M 8432-97 April 22, 2009 through April 21,
U KCKT4M7 2010.
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Obituaries and Faith


Mercia V Tillman

Mercia V Tillman, 94, passed away on November 21,
2009, in Seminole, FL after a long illness. Born in
Chatham, Kent, England in 1914, she became an Ameri-
can citizen in the late 40s and was an avid patriot.

A life long performer, Mrs. Tillman was a stage actress,
dubbing movies from foreign languages into American,
performing in radio shows prior to television and
starred in the lead role of Mame in Auntie Mame while
living in Japan in the early 60s. She was also an incredi-
ble singer, song writer and poetess.

After winning first place in the All-
Star Sen ior Talent Show in the
mid-90s she went.on to be
crowned Ms.. Senior Florida
1996: representing Florida
during the Ms. Senior Ameri-
ca Pageant in Biloxi, MS the
same year. While living in
Germany during WWII she
not only entertained the
troops singing with a dance
band but also worked for the
British OSS. being acknowledged
S former efforts by Neville Chamber-
ain. She was permanently honored for
her service by being listed at the WWII Memorial in
Washington, DC.

Mrs. Tillman performed by playing two keyboards,
singing and telling jokes for various entities such as
Neighborly Senior Services in Pinellas County, nursing
homes and the like. Her poetry is presented in The In-
ternational Who's Who in Poetry 2004, 2005, 2007; The
Best Poems and Poets 2003; Mythology of the Heart -
part of the Letters from the Soul Series by The Interna-
tional Liblrary of Poetry 2002; Treasured Poems of
America Summer 1999; The Golden Treasury of Great
Poems 1989; Today's Best Poems 1980. She received the
Editor's Choice Award for Outstanding Achievement in
Poetry 2002 and given the keys to the City of St. Peters-
burg, FL.

Survivors include her husband of 62 years William Till-
man, Seminole, FL; daughter Debra Moore (Dan), Old
Town, FL; son Malcolm Stewart (Nancy), Brownsburg,
IN; step-son William McCauley (Stacia), Clearwater, FL;
granddaughter Jennifer Milazzo (Brian "Dusty" Strom-
gren), Ottumwa, IA; granddaughter Dawn-Cora Wash-
burn (Kevin), Largo, FL; granddaughter Heather Stew-
art, Largo, FL; grandson Keith Stewart, London, Eng-
land and 8 great grandchildren.

As Mercia was a devoted animal lover in lieu of flowers
the family asks that a donation in Mercia's name be
made to the animal rescue or. sanctuary of your choice.

Arrangements were placed under the care of Garden
Sanctuary, Seminole, FL and Mrs. Tillman was laid to
rest Wednesday, November 25, 2009.


Laura Belle Ellison


Mrs. Laura Belle Ellison, 80, went to be with the Lord
on November 21, 2009, at the Haven Hospice Care Center
of Chiefland. Mrs. Ellison was born in Huntington,
West Virginia, on March 4, 1929. She was a long time
resident of Dixie County and worked at Dixie County
High School for many years. She was a member of Rock
Sink Baptist Church. She enjoyed traveling, bluegrass
music, and spending time with family

She is survived by her husband of 60 years, William W.
Ellison of Old.Town; three sons, Richard (Lyn) Ellison
of Old Town, Randy (Lynne) Ellison of Newberry, Wes
Ellison of the Cayman Islands; one daughter, Cathy
(Mike) Mayville of Alpharetta, Georgia; and seven
grandchildren, Stacey, Lauren, Jessica, Christopher,
Wesley, Tyler, and Matthew.

A memorial service will be held on November 28, 2009,
at 11a.m. at Rock Sink Baptist Church. In lieu of flow-
ers, donations may be made to the Suwanee River Eco-
nomic Council, PO Box 70, Live Oak, Florida 32064 or
Haven Hospice of the Tri-Counties, 311 NE 9th Street,
Chiefland, Florida 32626.


"Stand up, on this Thanksgiving Day, stand upon your feet. Believe
in man. Soberly and with clear eyes, believe in your own
time and place. There is not, and there never has been a better
time, or a better place to live in."
-Phillips Brooks


Start your Christmas
Season Celebrating
Christ!

Cross City First Baptist
Women's Minstry invites
women of all ages to join
us for our annual FBC
Women's Christmas Cele-
bration "An Old Fashioned
Christmas." It takes place
on Friday evening, Dec. 4,
at 6:15 in the Fellowship
Hall. Enjoy fellowship with
friends, a salad supper,
dessert, and an evening of
worship with Carolyn Scul-
ly from Apopka.

A nursery will be available.
Call 498-5107 or Nancy Ho-
lifield at 498-3881 for more
information. The event is
free. Share the joy!


Douglas Garner


Douglas "Oscar" Garner, 67, of Old Town passed away
peacefully Nov. 19th at Haven Hospice in Chiefland. Oscar
was born September 6, 1942 in Charlotte Harbor, FL. to
Dorothy and Hiawatha (Snook) Garner. He was raised in
Homestead, FL. where he spent most of his adult life.

Oscar dedicated his life to community service. He was a
City of Miami Firefighter for 27 years. After retiring he
moved to Old Town, FL. where he was the Chief of the
Old Town Volunteer Fire Department. He soon came out
of retirement and became the Director of Emergency
Management for Taylor County He later moved to Se-
bring, FL. where he assumed the position of
Director of Highlands County Emergency
Management.

Oscar then began a second career and
was the Area 6 Coordinator for the
State of Florida Emergency Manage-
ment and was in charge of 10 counties .
in Southwest FL. He retired from the
State four years ago and settled back in
Old Town where he spent time with his
wife, children and grandchildren.
_On June 30, 2008 Oscar received the prest i-
gious "Al Keaton Award" in recognition for his r-
vice, leadership, and dedication to Florida Emergency
Preparedness Association.

He was preceded in death by his daughter, Carrie Laine
Garner. He is survived by his wife, Judy, of 31 years, sev-
en children, Douglas Garner of Miami, Scott (Amanda)
Garner of Cross City, Crystal Garner of Old Town, Greg
Parker of Old Town, Laura (Skip) Miller of Cross City,
Tim (Leslie) Parker of High Springs, and Jimbo (Jen-
nifer) Parker of Old Town, five grandchildren, Lauren
Barnes-Coyle of Clarksville, TN., Rachel Parker of High
Springs, Scott & William Garner of Cross City, and James
Parker of Old Town. He is also survived by two sisters,
Mary (Bill) Evans of Crystal River, Velma (Jr.) Davis of
Balm, and three brothers, Jerry (Ann) Garner of Talla-
hassee, David (Theresa) Garner of Palatka, and Dennis
Garner of Kansas City, KS.

The family will receive friends at Rick Gooding Funeral
Home in Cross City on Friday, Nov. 20th from 5 7 PM.
The service will be held on Saturday, Nov. 21st at 10 AM at
the funeral home and graveside services will be held at
Fellowship Cemetery at 3 PM in Wimauma, FL. Arrange-
ments have been placed under the care of the Rick Good-
ing Funeral Home, Cross City, Florida, 352-498-5400.



Freda Y Ethridge
Freda Y. Ethridge, 87 of Chiefland, passed away Nov. 23,
2009 at Haven Hospice of the Tri Counties in Chiefland.
She was born in Hurley, Missouri and has been in this .
area for 65 years. She was librarian in Chiefland for 19
years. She served her country in the US Army during
WWII.

She is survived by her daughters, Linda (Freddie) Hiers
and Pam (Glyn) Holmes, both of Chiefland, her grandchil-


dren Natalie (Mark) Feath-
er of Trenton, Rod (Tonya)
Hiers of Chiefland and
Chad (Teresa) Holmes of
Trenton, and 6 great
grandchildren and sisters
Mary Lou Jackson of Nixa,
MO and Betty Brown of
Aurora, MO.
She is preceded in death by
her husband, Honree E.
Ethridge in 2003.

Graveside services will be
Wednesday, Nov 25 at 11:00
AM at Hardeetown ,
Methodist Cemetery with
Donald Holmes officiating.
Visitation will be Tuesday
night 5-7 PM at the funeral
home. In lieu of flowers do-
nation may be made in
Mrs. Ethridge's memory to
Haven Hospice of the Tri-
Counties, 311 NE 9th St.,
Chiefland, FL 32626
Arrangements are under
the care of Hiers-Baxley
Funeral Services, 1301 N.
Young Blvd., Chiefland, FL
32626, 352-493-0050. On line
condolences may be sent
through our website at
www.hiers-baxleycom.


Please study the plan of


SALVATION

Hebrews 5:9,11:6 John 14:6
Romans 1:16 Acts 4:12
1 Corinthians 15:1-4
Romans 10:9-10 Matthew 10:32-33


Matthew 28:18-19
Romans 6:3-7
Acts 2:36-41,
Mark 16:15-16
Colossians 2:11-13, 1:13-14
Galations 1:6-9
Hebrews 4:12
2 Corinthians 5:10


John 3:1-5
Acts 8:30-39
1 Peter 3:21

2 Thessalonians 1:7-9
John 12:48
Romans 16:16


Robert E. Lindsey


Mr. Robert E. "Bob" Lindsey, 88 of Fanning Springs, went
home to be with his Lord Saturday November 21, 2009 af-
ter an extended illness.
He was a soldier for Christ and preached the gospel for 60
plus years. He was a dedicated husband, father, brother,
Pawpaw,.uncle and friend to everyone he met. He was a
faithful member of the Trenton Church of Christ. He was
an avid Gator fan, loved hunting, and being the chief
cook. When his health allowed, he was a true fan of his
grandson Brent's high school football team and watching
his great grandsons play for brent.
He is survived by his wife Lucille, daughter Barbara
(Chuck) Chewning of Cross City, son-in-law Freddie (Tra-
cy) Wilkerson of Wilcox, step-children Tom Sparkman of
Fanning Springs and Liz Leavell of Dover, AK, and broth-
er Charles' (Natsie) Lindsey of Trenton. Grandsons Cliff
and Lyi e f^ o'df Wilcox, Brent (Robyn) Wilkerson of
Cross City, ance(Rebecca).Chewning of Crystal River
and granddaughter Lindsey (Travis) Ramsey of Cross
City, Great-grand children Colby, Taylor, Wade, Charly
Hunter, Emma, Lillian-,;Chloe, Luke, Seth, Emily, Erin,
__Evan, Erica, and agreat-great granddaughter Jaidyn and ._
many nieces an~dJftihews.

Bob was proceeded in death by his first wife "Pat" of 56
years, his daughter June Wilkerson, his parents Edd &
Cartha Lindsey, brother Jack and Wendell Lindsey, sisters
Louella Wingate and Madge Lindsey
Funeral services Were held at the Trenton Church of
Christ, Tuesday November 24, 2009 at 10:30 a.m. Bdrial.
was at Mildway Cemetary, Bell FL. The Lindsey Family
would like to thank Haven Hospice in Chiefland foe all
their love, concern, and thoughtfulness shown to our
loved one and also like to thank Tri-County Nursing ':
Home for their care and wonderful attention. In lieu of
flowers, the family requests donations be made to Haven
Hospice 311 NE 9th Street Chiefland, FL 32626. Funeral
L arrangements were under the. care of Wastson Furneral
Home in Trenton, FL.
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Donna Michele Pratt


The most amazing person left us on Saturday, November
21st at 8:28 PM. to be our angel. She passed away at home
with her family. She was only 46 and had fought a six
month battle of lung cancer.

She is survived by her husband William Michael Sr.,
daughter Heather Nichole Chaney son-in-law Jerry
Wayne Chaney Jr., daughter Nicole Dominique Hilles-
land, son-in-law Joseph E. Hillesland; son William
Michael Pratt Jr., son Keith Randall Johnson, and three
beautiful grandchildren: Justin Wayne Chaney, Taytum
Jean Hillesland, and Alanna Jacle Hillesland.

At this time there will be no services, but a reception will
be taking place on December 4, 2009. Our family would
like to thank Haven Hospice of Chiefland for all their love
and care, In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations
i be made to Haven Hospice 311 NE 9th St. Chiefland, FL
2626. She will be greatly missed and loved forever.


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Co6ntiyside Chapel Pentec6stal New Prospect Baptist Church Calvary Temple Assembly of God
Church US 19 Between Cross City & Old Town Suwannee Lumber Road Cross City
10093 NE 349 Hwy Jesus is The Answer For Your Life "Join Us ForAVsit. Stay ForA Lifetime.
Rev. Calvin Conner, Pastor SundaySchool 1OA Moring Worship 11A SundayWorhlp~-1O30A
2Children's Church 11A. Evening Worship 7P Wednesday Evening Servlvce- 7P
Old Town, FL 352-542-8831 ens a Evening W p PidChuh -Ag 3-5 & 6-12
Sunday Morning Worship 10:45Am Pastor Billy Robson Pastor Jim Hurst
Evening 6PM, Wed. 9:45 Sun.School (32) 498-3711 (352) 498-3023

First Baptist Church of Old Town Old Town United Methodist Church The Good Sheherd Lulheran Church
"Welcome To God's House Won't You Come On In US 19 Old Town
Sunday School 10A* Moning Worship 11A Food Pantry Open 8am -11am, Mon Thurs.
Evening Worship 6P "Come Let Us Worship & Adore Him" 4 lles norfh of Wal-rf On w 19
Wednesday Bible Study 7P Sunday Worship 9:30A 4 mk w o a "
Knock & the door will open, seek & you will find. ask & you will be Church School 11A 352-403-497
given lifeeternally. Wednesday Choir Practice 7P
Pastor Royce Hanshew Pastor Rev. Carl Rainear e Class 915 am
(352) 542-7050 (352) 542-7954 Wrshlp SenlIce O1:30 am

First Baptist Church of Steinhatchee Old Town Church of God Cross City Church of Christ
Riverside Drive Steinhatchee Welcomes You.To Come & Worship With Us 5237 52 NE 147th St (McArthur SL)
".ighthouseOnTheGulf .tr.'s- Sr.,',, idb'tye-
Sunday School I0A.WMormihg Worship 11A J.4 M. n : Sundaible Study- 10:00A
Evening Worship 6P Sunday Evening Worh p PMorning Worship 11:00
Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7P Awana 6:30 Wednesday Evening Worship 7:00P Wednesday Evening Bible Study 7:00 P
Pastor Leon Holden Pastor.- Troy Hare
(352)498-2108 (352) 542-8222

F Refuge Church of God i Scrub Creek Baptist Church Cross City Church of God
P. 0. Box 1511, Cross City, FL 32628 Located 6 Miles East on CR 351 Kenneth Street Cross City
Pastor Ruby L. Graham "A Friendly Church With A Welcome Spirit" "Proclaiming The Full Gospel For All People"
352-498-2892 Bible Study :45A Worship Service A Children's Church 10:30A* Morning Worship 10:30A
Bible Study tues 7:30 Church Training 6P Evening Worship 7P Evening Worship 6:30P
Praise/Worship Thursday 7:30 n edayP r ~e P Wednesday Farm ily Training Hour Adult & Teen Ministry,
Sunday School 10:00 - Boy's Brigade & Girtl's Club 7:00P
Noon Day Service starts at Noon Pastor Archie Knowles Rev. Ed & Sylvia Ivey, Pastor
(352) 498-5535 (352)498-3280

First United Methodist Church Seventh-Day Adventist Church ( Cross City Pentecostal Holiness Church i
22 NE 138th'St. Cross City Cross City Behind Subway-Cross City
"Open Hearts, Open Minds, Open Doors Co. with Co. heart
The People of The United Methodist Church welcomes You Where Jesus is Lord"In rt of Diie Co. with Dixie Co.at heart
Sabbath School 9:30A Morning Worship 11A Sunday School 10:00 am Morning Worship 11:001 ar
Sunday School 9:45A Morning Worship 11A Wednesday Prayer Meeting 6:30P Sunday Evening 6:00 PM
Wednesday -Adult Choir 7:30P Wed Family Night 7:00 pm
Pastor Rev. Glenda Brayman Pastor Bill Schnorbus Pastor Randy & Alicia Richardson
(352) 498-3420 H (352) 498-3258 C (352) 498-5674 352-498-0736
Faith Baptist Church
.Grow your congregation! CR 55A (Between Cross City & Old Town)
row y r c rllglo TheChurchWithAn Open Door"
GIwe i n Sunday School 9:45A Morning Worship 11A
( 3Your church can be here EveningWorship-7P
for $6.25 per weekMid-Week Bible Study Wednesday 7P
for $6.25 per week! Rev. Jackie Pettrey, Pastor
(352) 542-7103
Lydia Baptist Church Show proper respect to First Assembly of God
2 Miles West of Cross City on US 19 Hwy 351 & Camp Two Rd. Cross City
"A Church You Can Cali Home" everyone: Love the brother-
Sunday-Morning Prayer9:15A. Sunday School 9:45A Sunday School 10A Morning Worship 11A
Morning Worship 11A Evening Worship 7P hood of believers, fear God,
Wednesday-Prayer Meeting 7P honor the king. Sunday Evening 7P Wednesday Evening 7:30P
Bible Study, Mission Friends, R's, GA, s honor the ing.
Pastor- Wayne Allen 1 Peter 2:17 Rev. Marvin & Janice Parsley
(352) 498-5617 (352)498-3366
"lcCrabb'aptist Church Holy Cross Catholic Mission [Ro 1318] Let no dibt remain
7391 NE 349 Hwy--Comer of 349N/351A Hwy 19 South of Cross Cityutstanding, except the
Bruce Sullivan, Pastor, Mass- Sundays- 11:30 am outstanding, except the
Old Town: 542-2207 Confessions- Sundays 10:45-11:15 eam continuing debt to love one
CCD Every Wednesday 6:00 7:15 pm
Sunday School 9:45AM; Church 11:00am At St. John the Evangelist in Chlefland another, for he who loves his
Sunday night 6:00 P Discipleship Training 7:00 pm SvG t
Wednesday night :30a8:00-AWANA Grades Pre-K thru High School
Wednesday Night 7 100 PM Bible Study Rosary Every Tuesday 300 pm fellowman has fulfilled the law.
Van Ministry Bro. Foy Cell 356-2294 (352) 493-9723


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Thursday, November 26, 2009


In closing


BEAR FOOTBALL


From BEARS, page 1
The Bears won the coin toss
and chose to receive the ball
first, driving down field in
12 plays ending with Travis
Pierce scoring on a short 1-
yard scamper into the end
zone. Cassidy kicked in the
extra point and with six
minutes into the first quar-
ter the Bears are ahead 7-0.
second quarter started with
Keen throwing an intercep-
tion to the Bucs. Keen made
up for this mistake three
plays later snagging a Buc-
caneer pass and returning it
80 plus yards for the touch- -
down. Cassidy's leg was hot
and shot the uprights for the
extra point and the Bears
rolled ahead 14-0.

The Bucs got onboard mid-
way through the second, but
this was answered by the


Bears with Mike West, who
ran 39 yards to boost the
Bears up 21-7. The Bucs
pushed hard, and scored


once more
just before
the half,
putting
them closer
to the Bears
by one
touchdown.
Buccaneers
charge out
after the
half and tie
the game
for the
Bears. The
Bears take
the Buc
kickoffat
the tMenty
and Pierce
moves the
ball to
around the
23yard line.
Keen, on a
keeper play,
takes the ball on a trip


downtown 77yards to break
the tie. The Bears from then
on make it a tough row to
hoe for the Buccaneers. The


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And our one and only
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Celebrates
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Dixie defense steps up the
rushing attack and? shuts
down the Buc running
game. The Bears score
again in the fourth on a
Pierce run, boosting the
score 35-21 out of range for
Buccaneers to make a come-
back.

"This is just a step and we
fought through it, we
showed a lot of heart.
Everyone stepped up
tonight especially Pierce,
but I am extremely proud of
all of you" Wilkerson told
the team.

The Bears face Fort Meade
next at the Den, they may
be the best the state has to
offer and the Bears are look-
ing forward to the challenge
and the biggest game of the
season.

GO BEARS!


headdresses and turkey with
the fixings.


PLAYTEBS OF TBE


Go Trench Warrior Shawn Miller
Offense Kameron Keen
Defense Travis Pierce
Hitman Steve Godbolt
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PIRATES Take Championship


Volleyball Banquet


The Dixie County High
School Volleyball team held
the Volleyball banquet on
Tuesday, November 17.
Everyone enjoyed socializing
with their team mates and
coaches. The girls would like
to thank Coach Boorum and
Coach Pridgeon for coaching
the teams this year.

Awards were given to Malena
Rollison-MVP; Ashley Carter-
Most Team Spirited; Charla
Fowler-Leadership Award;
Cassie Land-Leadership
Award; China Dawson-MVP.


We printed "Panthers" instead of Pirates last week by mistake. Sorry, Pirates!
(We're scurvy landlubbers.)


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