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Vol. 100 No. 64


SEECHOBE NEWS


Friday, May 29, 2009


50 Plus tax


Woman accused of
stealing statefunds
... Page 3


Softball
team
awards
given ...
Page 12

Index
Classifieds ........ ....... ......16-21
Community Events.........................6.
Crossword 21
Obituaries 6
Opinion 5
Speak Out 4
Sports 12
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KOA Putt
Record amount
raised for kids
with cancer
By Charles M. Murphy
Okeechobee News
The sixth annual fundraiser
to benefit KOA care camps
throughout North America was
better than all the rest.
Organizers said $19,530.44
was raised this year in a variety
of ways, which included the an-
nual miniature golf tournament
held on Memorial Day at the
KOA in Okeechobee.
Organizer Toni Moseley said
. .. .. 1 . . ioney
,, ~ i ,I ,1 ,,-,, w ith
a spaghetti dinner hosted by the
Eagles Club this year.
"Every year we've had a bet-
ter turnout. I'm very proud that
this community gets behind us
like that. They know what it's go-
ing for, especially after six years,"
she said. "To give the way they
give is unbelievable."
Ms. Moseley had modest
goals this year because of the
problems with the economy.
She said she was thrilled to get
the response they did.
She said 83 teams signed up
to compete in Monday's golf
tournament and 79 teams com-
peted. The event attracted 160
participants, plus numerous vol-
unteers. A committee of volun-
teers actually works for several
-,, ,. i I _, I i,
"This isn't something we do
in one day," she said. "This takes
several months. Ladies donate
their time and the ingredients to
bake. It's a team effort."
The winning team this year
was Kenny Curren and Don Car-
rico. They received green jackets,
trophies and shared the grand


Putt event a success

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Cecil Carnley nearly hit a hole-in-one on this putt.
prize of $186. Mr. Curren also had Second place was claimed by
the lowest individual score, a 17, on Larry McCord and Mike Galeman.
the nine hole course. "I was glad They received a trophy and split
he won, I was tickled for him," Ms.
Moseley noted. See KOA Page


Elderly

man is

reportedly

stabbed

by wife
47-year-old woman
claims she knifed
frail 81-year-old man
in "self defense"
By Eric Kopp
Okeechobee News
An Okeechobee woman was
arrested early Thursday, May 28,
accused of stab-
bingher81-year-
old husband in
the leg.
Karla Raul-
erson, 47, S.E.
29th Court, was
charged withag-
gravated domes-
tic battery. She Karla
was booked into Raulerson
the Okeechobee
County Jail un-
der a bond of $2,500.
Raulerson, who stands 6-foot-
4-inches and weighs 200 pounds,
claimed she stabbed her 5-foot-
8-inch, 90-pound husband out of
"self defense." An arrest report by
Detective Sergeant Brad Stark, of
the Okeechobee County Sheriff's
Office (OCSO), stated that Rauler-
son claimed her husband, Harley,
attacked her even though he
had a telephone in one hand and
a beer in the other at the time of
the incident. The husband was ap-
parently stabbed as he walked into
See Stabbed Page 2




2 Okeechobee News May 29, 2009


KOA
Continued From Page 1
$93. Cat Lavender got the closest to the pin
award and $93 in prize money.
The KOA Kid Camps were founded in
1984. There are 35 summer camps in the
North America. The money raised goes into


a trust fund for the care camps. Kids with
cancer attend these camps which are fully
equipped to meet all of their medical needs.
The children enjoy care free time focus-
ing on fun, friends and activities instead of
their illness. The camps allow kids to enjoy
the experience of camping and to remem-
ber what its like just to be a kid. Anyone
interested in making a donation can do so
by mailing it KOA Care Camps, 3416 Primm
Lane Birmingham, Alabama 35216.


Okeechobee News/Charles Murphy Okeechobee News/Charles Murphy
Tom Jolly participates in Monday's Tammy Gigele of Jupiter lines up a putt
fundraiser at KOA. at Monday's golf fundraiser.

Okeechobee Forecast
Today: Scattered showers and thunderstorms after noon. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 88.
West southwest wind around 10 mph. Chance of precipitation is 50%.
Tonight: Scattered showers and thunderstorms before 11 pm. Partly cloudy, with a low around
72. Southwest wind between 5 and 10 mph. Chance of precipitation is 30%.
Extended Forecast
Saturday: Scattered showers and thunderstorms after 1pm. Partly cloudy, with a high near 87.
Calm wind becoming south southwest between 5 and 10 mph. Chance of precipitation is 40%.
Saturday Night: Isolated showers and thunderstorms before midnight. Partly cloudy, with a
low around 69. South wind around 5 mph becoming calm. Chance of precipitation is 20%.


Stabbed
Continued From Page 1
the door of their mobile home, the report in-
dicated. Sgt. Stark stated that Mr. Raulerson
was stabbed in the femoral artery and had
lost a large amount of blood. He could not
be airlifted to a trauma center due to inclem-
ent weather so he was first taken to Ranuler-
son Hospital, then later transported to Lawn-
wood Regional Medical Center in Fort Pierce.
The detective's report states that when he
arrived at the couple's mobile home Raul-
erson had already rinsed the blood off the
knife and was wearing a rubber glove on her
hand. When asked if she was wearing the
glove when she allegedly stabbed her hus-
band, she reportedly answered "yes."
In Sgt. Stark's report, Raulerson said she
married her husband about three years ago
out of convenience. She reportedly told the


detective that she married Mr. Raulerson be-
cause she needed a place to live.
Raulerson also claimed that her husband
had raped her three times during their mar-
riage but she never reported the alleged in-
cidents, stated the report. The woman also
stated that she and her husband had only
had sex one time during their marriage.
According to Sgt. Stark's report, a neigh-
bor stated that Raulerson was seen slapping
her husband in the head on Monday, May 25.
Even though she hit him twice, the neighbor
said they did not see Mr. Raulerson retaliate.
It was also noted in the detective's report
that no clothes belonging to Raulerson were
found in the home. However, OCSO crime
scene technicians did find suitcases filled
with her clothing in the couple's car. "It ap-
peared Karla was ready to leave the area,"
wrote Sgt. Stark. The woman reportedly
stated that she left her clothes in the car be-
cause they evicted from their last home five
months ago.


Okeechobee News/Charles Murphy
Harry Sturgis had a good time helping
kids at Monday's fundraiser.

Lotteries
Florida Lottery- Here are the numbers
selected Wednesday in the Florida Lottery:
Cash 3: 0-5-7; Play 4: 7-6-1-6; Fantasy 5:
4-6-16-31-36; Mega Money: 11-20-23-26 MB
12; Florida Lotto: 6-9-19-27-28-50; Power-
ball: 5-6-12-16-21 PB7 x3 Numbers drawn
Thursday, Cash 3: 7-2-5; Play 4: 6-1-5-1.

Community Brief

Group providing animal rescue
Florida Wildlife Rescue Service of
Okeechobee is currently providing rescue,
pick up and transport of sick, injured, or-
phaned or otherwise impaired wildlife.
Anyone who finds a wild animal in need
of help is encouraged to give us a call. A vol-
unteer transporter, licensed by the Florida
Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission,
will be more than happy to help you and the
animal.
This is a free service to the community
and to wildlife.
For information, call 863-634-1755 or
863-357-7955.


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FDLE arrests former


DOH employee


By Eric Kopp
Okeechobee News
Former Okeechobee Departmentof Health
employee has been arrested and charged with
buying personal items totaling over $70,000
with her state-issued purchasing card.
Tonia Christine Casian, 33, N.W Third St.,
Okeechobee, was arrested May 27 by the Flori-
da Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) on
a charge of aggravated white collar crime. She
was booked into the Okeechobee County Jail
under a bond of $20,000.
A check of jail records
Thursday, May 28, indicated
that she has been released
on bond.
According to Kristen Per-
ezluah, an FDLE public infor-
mation officer based in Tal-
lahassee, Casian reportedly
used the card for 130 unau-
thorized personal purchases Tonia
at various businesses includ- Christine
ing Home Depot, Walmart, Casian
Target, Kohl's and Elaine's-
as well as a $3,200 Caribbean vacation.
Mrs. Perezluah said the woman also paid
airline fees totaling $776 to Spirit Airline, as
well as $535 to Elite Travel Management.
The alleged purchases total $70,228.

Correction

In the Friday, May 22, issue of the
Okeechobee News under the Arrest Report
heading Justin Seals, 14, S.E. 25th St., was
listed as being arrested on a felony charge
of burglary of a conveyance. That was incor-
rect. The report should have listed Thomas
Richard Nast, 15, N.W 80th Ave., as being


Local woma


with batter

By Eric Kopp
Okeechobee News
A woman was arrested on two counts of
battery after she allegedly entered a neigh-
bor's home and choked a woman, and
shoved a man to the floor of his home.
Jacki A. Dassow, 48, S.E. 12th Ave.,
Okeechobee, was arrested Tuesday, May 26,
on a felony charge of bur-
glary to a structure. She
was also arrested on misde-
meanor charges of battery
(two counts) and resisting
a law enforcement officer
without violence.
Dassowwas booked into
the Okeechobee County Jail
under a bond of $6,500.
An arrest report by Jacki A.
Deputy Joseph Hall, of the Dassow
Okeechobee County Sher-
iff's Office (OCSO), states a woman entered
the man's home shortly after 9 p.m. Tuesday


"The Department of Health received an
anonymous complaint about her using the
purchasing card for the vacation," explained
Mrs. Perezluah of how the investigation was
started. "The Department of Health opened up
an administrative case into the allegation and
that's when they were able to find the unau-
thorized charges."
Casian was placed on administrative leave
Jan. 8 and was terminated Jan. 15.
Charging documents indicate that Casian
worked as a Distributed Computer Systems
Specialist with the local Department of Health,
and that she made the purchases from April
2008 through December 2008.
FDLE investigators also claim that she en-
tered false information into the Florida Ac-
counting Resource (FLAIR) system in an at-
tempt to conceal the unauthorized purchases.
Mrs. Perezluah said the purchasing card is
similar to a credit card and is drawn on the
state.
An arrest affidavit shows that Casian was
arrested Wednesday on an arrest warrant
served by FDLE Special Agent Linda Beltran.
The affidavit indicates that she was arrested at
her home.
The state will be seeking restitution, said
Mrs. Perezluah.
The case will be prosecuted by the state at-
torney's office in Okeechobee.



arrested on that felony charge as well as
misdemeanor charges of theft and posses-
sion of drug paraphernalia. He was taken to
the Okeechobee County Jail where he was
booked, and then released into the custody
of his father. We apologize to Justin and his
family for the error.


n charged


4 burglary

and began choking the female victim.
When the man tried to intervene, the
woman allegedly pushed him to the floor.
She then grabbed the woman in a headlock
and went back to choking her, the report con-
tinued.
Another woman in the home apparently
convinced the attacker to let the victim go.
The intruder reportedly released the victim
and left.
The arrest report indicates that the man
suffered a cut to the bridge of his nose and an
abrasion to his left shoulder.
When Deputy Hall went to Dassow's home
to place her under arrest the woman report-
edly turned away from him, walked inside her
back door and locked it. The deputy's report
went on to say that she refused to come out.
Deputy Hall stated that he then called for
backup, and after a few minutes the deputies
convinced Dassow to come out of the house.
Once out of the home, the woman was placed
under arrest without further incident.


Dear Parents and Friends of Okeechobee
We are writing this because Okeechobee Christian Academy is in
severe financial crisis...with a need for $120,000 by June 1st.
Though it sounds impossible, we are trusting in the Lord to provide for
us. This amount is needed to keep our school open next year and
includes provisions for teacher salaries and other financial obligations.
Regretfully, if we are not able to come up with these funds, our school will
close which is not what anyone wants to see happen.
We believe, in the midst of this, God is indeed preparing us to do
great work as we have already received over $7,000 since last
week. We ask that you please pray for Okeechobee Christian
Academy and the decisions that must be made in the coming weeks
as we restructure our school to achieve a Christian education for
our students.
If you are able to make a donation to our school, please call (863)
763-3072 or (863) 763-0841. All gifts are tax deductible.
Grace and Peace to You,
Reverend Joshua C. Strunk, Headmaster,
Okeechobee Christian Academy and
Reverend John T. Garner, "More to Life" Ministries, Okeechobee
Christian Academy Board Chairman


Okeechobee Christian Academy
701 S. Parrott Avenue, Okeechobee, FL





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School board
Why in the world should the teachers
who are already there take a pay cut? I have
family who have been teaching for years and
get paid nowhere near what they deserve. I
feel bad for the teachers who have lost their
jobs but don't see it reasonable at all for the
ones who have worked hard to be punished
also. Every job lays off at some time or an-
other so would this solution work for all
work places?
SRegarding pay cuts, at my company all
of the employees agreed to a 10 percent pay
cut and upper management took an even
larger percentage cut to keep the company
in business. We have all seen the profit and
loss statements. We are doing what we have
to in order to keep the company going with
the hope that when things pick up, the pay
rates can be restored. In the meantime at
least we still have i hour jobs and our health in-
surance. At many companies people are tak-
ing pay cuts in order to help prevent layoffs.
It's the reality of the current economy.
You know, we teachers have been told
over and over that we are only allotted so
much paper and only allowed to use the
copier conservatively so why is it that some-
one can go to the school board office and
run off papers for all of the employees just to
say "have a nice holiday"? Isn't that a waste
of paper and ink? We are limited on what
we can send home to parents.
I know my child's teacher told me she
ran out of her allotted paper in April and had
been buying paper herself to make hand-
outs. This is why she warned the kids not to
lose the handouts because they would not
be given another one. If someone wants to
send a message to all the employees, they
should use email. Save paper, save money
and save trees.
Maybe the person used their own pa-
per to make the greetings. Still, printer ink is
not cheap. Email is a better idea.


Gator attack at Nubbin Slough
Maybe FWC should up some "beware
of alligators" signs at Nubbin Slough. It
would give the tourists something to photo-
graph.
Signs in how many languages? Maybe
one of the picture signs -- gator with human
in his mouth swimming away from shore?


I lived right next door to Nubbin Slough
and have been there many times. I have
filmed people luring in these alligators to
feed them. This is and of itself not only il-
legal but dangerous to both humans and the
alligators. There are huge signs posted on
the bridge with a symbol of no swimming,
there's also one posted on one of the large
poles sticking out of the water before you
get to the bridge. I have called FWC on sev-
eral occasion's where I witnessed taunting
and throwing large rocks striking one of the
alligators in the head. I wasn't from that area
originally but common sense says don't play
in the water with alligators that out weight
you and can kill you. Until FWC or the local
police start enforcing the laws this place will
continue to be a hot spot.
A friend of mine just called and told me
that someone he knows saw a person with a
baby at Nubbin Slough this morning. Appar-
ently the baby was sitting in the water and
the other person was splashing water at the
baby! Every day I learn more about people
and their levels of stupidity.
It is amazing how people don't realize
just how dangerous alligators are. In the in-
terview on TV the man said he had seen alli-
gators there before and did know they were
there. It's not smart to get into the water
with alligators. It's not that hard to co-exist
with alligators. Just respect their territory.
If you know alligators are in the area, don't
go near the water. There are plenty of other
places to fish.
The alligators have lived at Nubbin
Slough for as long as anyone here can re-
member. It's their home. Humans need to
just back off and leave them alone. Stay out
of their home and they'll stay out of yours.


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Teacher tenure
A sweeping plan to make it easier to
fire teachers and put a bigger spotlight on
teacher quality is headed to the Florida Leg-
islature. Instead of permanent "professional
service" contracts, teachers would get an-
nual contracts for the first 10 years, then
contracts of no longer than five years after
that, according to draft legislation.
I'm in favor of this legislation and will
vote yes when given the opportunity.
SSounds good to me too, most job are
day to day. If you don't do your job you're
out of there. Why should teaching be any
different?
I understand the problem they want to
solve, but I'm not sure this is the right way to
go about it. First of all, teachers must serve
three years in a school without tenure. This
should be enough time to weed out the inef-
fective teachers, and it usually is. That is al-
ready an option -- tenure is not automatically
conferred. In my opinion, the only reason
ineffective teachers stay in the classroom,
get tenure and become almost impossible
to fire is because then administration is
failing at its job of monitoring. Sure, there
are teacher observations, but in my experi-
ence they are largely a joke. Too many poor
teachers squeeze by; much the same as too
many students are passed up a grade even
though they are under performing. I think
the problem is that school administrators,
in many cases, are actually educators first
and can be poor managers. They have all
taken education courses, and may have ad-
vanced degrees in education, but that does
not prepare them for management. All it re-
ally does is perpetuate an "old boy" system
that protects fellow "educators," even if they
are poor performers. Certainly, schools with
decent records regarding student education
have good administrators who know how to
hire the right teacher in the first place, and
who are willing to use the system within the
first three years to weed out their mistakes.
This new rule would not fix the prob-
lem -- all existing teachers are grandfathered
in. It only applies to teachers hired this year
and beyond. There are existing rules that
can prevent them from getting tenure if they
do not deserve it, as long as administrations
are willing to enforce them. If administrators
are NOT willing to do their job, doing away
with tenure will do nothing to prevent the
problem in the future.


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What happens when the teachers put
an effort forth and do a good job the first
three years they are on annual contract, but
then as soon as they are tenured, they quit
working hard and just hang out collecting a
pay check because they now have tenure?
Sure, the administrator can go through a
process that usually takes years to get rid of
the ineffective teacher. If teachers were on
annual contract for 10 years, and then only
had a 5 year contract, there would be more
of an incentive for them to put forth effort
every year.
SEvery teacher should work hard all year
long and let their performance determine
whether or not they get rehired at the end of
each year. There performance should not be
based alone on student test scores. It should
be a combination of student performance,
use of teaching techniques, classroom man-
agement, initiative, etc. Contracts breed
poor performers. Without contracts, there
wouldn't be a need for a union, which is an-
other plus. I'm in favor of the legislature. Ev-
eryone should work hard every year, know-
ing that if they don't, they could be let go.
What benefit is there for the contract other
than giving teachers the opportunity to get
real comfortable and put little effort forth?

Turn out your headlights
We are in the rainy season, thank the
Lord. But drivers need to be more careful. It
is more difficult for others to see you in the
rain. Whenever you turn on your windshield
wipers you should also turn on your head-
lights. That makes it much easier for other
drivers to see your car. It's important to re-
member to turn those lights on in the rain.

Water, water
I would like to first say, that I am glad
to be an American and please don't get me
wrong. But I don't understand how/why we
can shut water off to people who just need
it to have a drink of water, when I have seen
just in the past few weeks, 10 to 15 fire hy-
drants open and just spilling on the ground.
Why take away the water then put it on the
ground so people can't use it? Editor's note:
The hydrants are opened when they need
to flush the water lines after work has been
done on the lines, or when there has been
some break that allowed contamination in
the lines. Flushing the water lines is a health
and safety precaution.


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May 29, 2009




May 29, 2009

Letters to the Editor


Okeechobee News


Okeechobee schools
I would like to applaud the individual
who recommended that teachers take a pay
cut or forego their annual raise to help save
jobs in Okeechobee County. As a teacher,
this topic has come up numerous times in
conversation. Many of us would gladly sur-
render our annual raise if it will help save a
job or two, but according to a story in the
paper on Wednesday, April 1, these posi-
tions aren't being eliminated. The story read:
"Those who are not re-appointed will be re-
placed if allocations for that location call for
a replacement for the 2009-10 school year."
Simply put, these are budget cuts. What
you should know is that many school dis-
tricts around the country are facing the same
situation and to save money, are eliminating
teaching positions. What does this mean?
Classrooms that were already at capac-
ity will now be overcrowded violating state
mandates. By overcrowding the classroom,
schools will be forced to pay a fine for each
classroom over the limit. Thank the lawmak-
ers for that gem.
If I sacrifice a portion of my salary, can I
be guaranteed that the Okeechobee County
School District will use that money for the
purpose I intended? How do I know the
Okeechobee County School Board will not
be as reckless as AIG with taxpayer bailout
money? If I am willing to concede a portion
of my salary, I want the District to concede
as well.
Here are a few thoughts.
When a teacher is hired, the district pays
a mentor teacher $500 to assist that first year


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teacher. The district pays tuition for the new
teacher to take English for Speakers of other
languages (E.S.O.L.) classes. The district in
turn, pays the teacher an hourly wage ($12)
to attend this same E.S.O.L. class. New
teachers are funded money to attend Read-
ing Academy. Teachers are paid for "New
Teacher Orientation." Is the district saving
our tax dollars hiring a new teacher and
paying for these "expenses" vs. keeping an
experienced teacher who has an evaluation
listed as "highly effective"?
Let's shut off a few lights. Have you ever
driven by a school in the evening? Ever no-
ticed how many outside lights are on? Ad-
ministration will say this is for "safety." I un-
derstand, however, not all of these need to
be on. If turning off half of these lights (or
replacing them with motion sensitive lights)
saved each school $100 a month, times the
10 schools, that's $12,000 a year saved, this
is a conservative estimate I assure you.
Set classroom thermostats at 75 degrees.
There will be some initial grumbling but
it wasn't that long ago, the school district
didn't have air conditioning in the schools.
How much money will that save?
Will there be any cuts at the county office?
Are any of the county employees willing to
forego their annual raise? Several peers have
said: "There are people over there (county
office) that have jobs that were 'created' for
them." You should read a list of job titles, it's
laughable. The school district is building a
new M.I.T. center. If we are looking to cut
the fat, let's look to these two locations.
The district office can shut off a few lights
and turn their thermostats up too.
The school district is currently accepting
bids to build a new facility to house New En-
deavor High School. This is a matter which
needs to be addressed. However, rather than
spending money on a new facility, move fifth
grade back to South and Central and move
New Endeavor into the new facility. This will
solve the problem until the economy turns
around.
Eliminate the soda machines and the
snack machines. These devices are energy
vampires. Oh I know, Pepsi will say that is
taking money away from the school. What
is the return rate for having a Pepsi machine
on campus? How many students buy a soda
everyday? Or something from the snack ma-
chine? Imagine, if you as a parent gave that
$2 to the school instead of donating to Pepsi.
$2 a day, times 180 days is $360 per student.
I know, $360 isn't much, but if you multiply
that by 200 students a day over 180 days,
now we're talking $72,000. That's two teach-
ers' positions right there. I am fairly certain
200 students is a conservative number.
I see where members of the school board
are offering to take a reduction in pay. I am
proud of the action they are taking, how-
ever a 5 percent pay cut on $26,000 is only
$1,300. Now times the six board members
(many of whom hold daytime jobs by the
way) is $7,800. I1 also see where the Superin-
tendent of the schools, Dr. Cooper is willing
to take a 5 percent pay cut, her sacrifice on
the reported $101,000 salary $5,050. Added
together that equals $12,850. 1 saved that
much by shutting off a few lights and turn-
ing up the thermostat. Surely the Board and
Dr. Cooper can do better.
What you should consider is this, teach-


ers everywhere are woefully underpaid. knowledge
Teachers sacrifice from their own paychecks article, the
to buy supplies and other "extras" for their in making
classrooms. I have personally seen teach- Mark
ers use their own money to buy lunch for been their
a student. How many moms out there re- wonderful
ceived a Mother's Day gift? Guess who paid plaques.
for that? It wasn't the school. The educators Steak Res
of Okeechobee County (and teachers every- gram for
where) make far less than many professions providing
where a college degree is not required. Are longest dr
you willing to give up a portion of your sal- We thank
ary to help the schools? And w
Teaching is viewed as an 8-3 p.m. job; medias he
Monday through Friday. What you don't ofoureve
see are the teachers who stay after school The Okee
working until 5 or 6 p.m., then run their The Mag
kids to soccer; baseball; band (yes, we have 100.9 FM.
children too) run home, make dinner, then Doyle of
grade more papers after our children go to nouncing
bed. You don't see the hours we spend on Clip Boar
the weekends in our classrooms preparing Thanks
for the coming week. You do not under- we look f
stand the pressure to prepare students for annual Ji
the FCAT. The scrutiny we face from parents 30.
because their son or daughter isn't getting Bridgi
the special attention you feel they need. You Walda
overlook the extra school related events we
participate in the benefit of the children. You COml
look beyond the extra classes we are some-
times required to take (some at our own Friday
cost).
Teachers are being hit with budget cuts Tops
and expectations continue to rise. We are meets at 9
forced to be creative in ways you can't even Church, 2
begin to imagine. Yet, when we fail to meet is invited
goals we are frowned upon. You blame the Morgret al
schools for your child's failure, yet do noth- Just f
ing on the home front to help your child's meets at
progress. You point the finger of blame ev-
erywhere but yourself. What are you doing NA. Sick
to help your child's education? Do you read cussion, 8
with them every night? Do you assist with Okeechob
homework? Education starts in the home step fellow
and if budget cuts continue, that is exactly A.A. n
where they will be taught, the First U
If your employer one day told you that Second St
you were being released after three years
of faithful service and outstanding perfor- A.A.
mance evaluations, but the employee who Church o
had only worked one year was keeping their This is an
job, wouldn't you want an explanation? Compi
Especially if that company recruited you to weekly m
move cross country? That is all the teachers (OA) mee
of Okeechobee County are asking for. I am Church, 3
not here to throw anyone under the bus or
say one person is more important than an- 6 until 7
other. Just the truth would be nice. Overeater
Yes, I will gladly forego my annual raise The only
to help save jobs. More importantly; I will desire to s
do so to benefit the children. More teachers information
equal more individual attention. What are 863-697-0'
you willing to give up?
Sincerely, Saturdi
Okeechobee County School Teacher
Phillip E. Spearow Just for
at 242 H'
weekend
Thanks for the support est Of The
I would like to thank the Okeechobee Left To G
News for publishing the article and pictures The Justf
of our 2009 Okeechobee County Junior Golf not affilial
Championship in their Friday, May 8, 2009
edition. AA m
I would like to take this opportunity to Christian,
make sure all of those who helped us are ac- closed dis


ed. In addition to those listed in the
Following were also instrumental
our tournament a success:
Nard of Quality Tees has always
'e to help us and his staff was
I in helping with our trophies and
Joe Levy of Cowboys BBQ and
taurant has worked with our pro-
many years and was generous in
Cowboy gift certificates for our
ive and closest to the pin winners.
both for their continued support.
e sincerely thank all of the news
ere in Okeechobee for covering all
nts. Thanks to Okeechobee News,
chobee Pennysaver, Okeechobee
azine and Billy Dean at WOKC
We would also like to thank Toni
Okeechobee Main Street for an-
the tournament in the Main Street
d.
again to all who support us and
forward to our next event, the first
unior/Adult Tournament on May

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u's Junior Golf, Inc.

munity Calendar


Fake off Pounds Sensibly #669
Sa.m. at the First United Methodist
!00 N.W Second St. The public
SFor information, contact Ollie
t800-932-8677.
or Today Club of Okeechobee
242 Hwy. 441 S.E., Okeechobee,
est Of The Sic, speaker, open dis-
Sp.m. The Just for Today Club of
ee is not affiliated with any 12
ships.
meeting from noon until 1 p.m. at
united Methodist Church 200 N.W
SThis is an open meeting.
7eets from 8 until 9 p.m. at the
f Our Saviour, 200 N.W Third St.
open speaker meeting.
ulsive overeaters are invited to a
meeting. Overeaters Anonymous
ts at the Okeechobee Presbyterian
12 N. Parrott Avenue on Fridays,
p.m. (Use 4th Street entrance.)
s Annonymous is not a diet club.
requirement for membership is a
top eating compulsively. For more
on call Loretta at 863-763-7165 or
206.

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Today Club of Okeechobee meets
wy. 441 S.E., Okeechobee, AA.
noon, open discussion; NA. Sick-
Sick Group, 7 p.m.; NA. Nowhere
o Group, Open Discussion, 8 p.m.
for Today Club of Okeechobee is
'ed with any 12 step fellowships.
meeting from 8 until 9 p.m. at Grace
701 S. Parrott Ave. It will be a
cussion.




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Community Events

Horse Day Camp planned
UF/IFAS Okeechobee County 4-H Pro-
gram, along with the Okeechobee Agri-Civic
Center and the Children's Services Council
of Okeechobee, will be offering the Third
Annual "Just Horsing Around" Horse Day
Camp. Each of the three weeks will have a
unique theme. The first week, June 8-12,
will focus on general horsemanship and rid-
ing skills. The second week, July 6-10, will ex
pose campers to various equine disciplines.
The third week, July 13-17, will offer camp-
ers insight into the rodeo world, focusing
on pole bending, barrel racing, goat tying,
roping and other "non-roughstock" events.
For more information and to register please
contact the Okeechobee Extension Office at
863-763-6469. Camp fee is $100 plus a $25
stall fee per week. Participants must provide
their own horses. *Pre-registration is re-
quired for the first week horse camp by no
later than June 1.

SAL holds elections
The Son's of the American Legion Post
64 will hold elections for 2009. They will be
held at Post 64. All paid up members are
welcome to run and vote. Voting will be held
on June 2, from 3 until 6 p.m. For more in-
formation call 863-357-7238.

Obituaries
Obituaries should be submitted to
the Okeechobee News by e mailing
obits@newszap.com. Customers may also
request photos and links to online guest
books. A link to the obituaries is available at
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Thomas 'Pat' E. Turbeville, 72
OKEECHOBEE -Thomas "Pat" E. Turbeville,
beloved husband, father and grandfather, age
72, of Okeechobee, died May 24, 2009, in Las
Vegas, Nev. He was born Dec. 30, 1936, in Dub-
lin, Ga.
He was preceded in death by his father, Pren
twice Turbeville; and daughter, Beth Turbeville.
T I I. I 1,,,, 1", I ..... Iof
Las Vegas, Nev.; son, Michael Turbeville (Toni)
of Okeechobee; mother, Lillie Mae Turbeville of
Canal Point; sister, Cynthia Turbeville of West
Palm Beach; two brothers, Billy Turbeville (Ni-
ta) of Augusta, Ga., and Terry Turbeville (Joi) of
Okeechobee; and four grandchildren, Alex, Erin,
Ethan, and Audrey.
Funeral services will be 5 p.m. Saturday, May
30 at Alpha Ministries Freedom Ranch with
Reverend John Glenn and Bill Lloyd officiating.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests dona-
tions be made to Alpha Ministries Freedom
Ranch, 11655 Hwy. 441 SE, Okeechobee, FL
34972; or White Stone Fellowship, P.O. Box
2584, Palm City, FL 34990, in his memory.


Considering adoption?
Please join the Children's Home Society
of Florida at the monthly Adoption Orienta-
tion session, 415 Avenue A, Suite 100, Fort
Pierce, from 5:30-6:30 p.m., Thursday, May
28. For anyone interested in learning more
about adoption. This fun, casual and FREE
open house-style orientation will provide an
overview of adoption and answer all ques-
tions related to adoption and CHS' adop-
tion process. Please help us raise adoption
awareness in our community as we try to
find additional permanent, loving homes for
children in foster care. To RSVP or for more
information, contact Children's Home Soci-
ety's Adoption information line at 772-489
5601, ext. 277.

Angel Food Ministries
on radio
Juda Engelmayer, Communications Di
rector, Angel Food Ministries will be on 91.7
FM and 100.3 FM on Saturday, May 30, to
discuss providing food relief to the commu
nity at an affordable price through host sites
on a monthly basis. This discussion will be
on at 7:30 a.m., and 1 and 6 p.m. For more
information contact Angel Food Ministries
at 1-888-819-3745 or online at www.angel-
foodministries.com to find your nearest host
site.



Gene W Marsden, 81
OKEECHOBEE -Gene W Marsden, of Okee-
chobee, passed at home Saturday, May 23,
2009, with his family by his side. He was 81.
Born Jan. 10, 1928, to Lorna and Walter Mars-
den in Niagara Falls, N.Y.
He relocated to Indiantown in November 1966
with his family where he was involved in Little
League baseball and football. He moved to
Okeechobee in April 1991 where he was in
evolved in Boy Scout Troop 964, and was a
member of American Legion Post 964 for many
years. He enjoyed fishing, woodworking, gar-
dening, and NASCAR.
He leaves behind his wife of 53 years, Geral
dine; three sons, Lewis (Darlene) of Okeecho-
bee, Raymond (Diane) of North Carolina, and
Thomas (Ruth) of Port Salerno; one daughter,
Sheila Timmons of Okeechobee; 12 grandchil
dren; 14 great-grandchildren; two brothers,
Donald and Frank of Niagara Falls; two sisters,
Myrtle Schlager of Niagara Falls, and Francis Els-
ton of Louisville, Ky; several nieces and neph-
ews, and a loving companion, pet Mia.
Memorial services will be 3 p.m. May 31 at the
Church of God of Prophecy, 102 N.W 10th
Street, Okeechobee. There will be no viewing.


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Looking for athletes
Explosion All Stars is looking for athletes
to fill the remaining spots on this year's
competitive Junior Dynamite Team and Tiny
Sparklers Team. No experience necessary!
The Junior Dynamite Team athlete's must
be 8-12 years old as of 5/31/09, be in good
physical condition and be in good academic
standing. The Tiny Sparklers Team ranges
from ages 3-5 years old. The cut off date for
this team is May 31 as well. These athletes
compete all over the State of Florida. In the
2008-2009 season, our athletes brought
home numerous awards and state titles.
All athletes will be trained in cheerleading,
dance and tumbling. Please contact Coach
Victoria at 863-441-3826 for more informa-
tion as soon as possible, as spots are lim
ited.

O.C.IA. to meet
The Okeechobee Community Improve-
ment Association (O.C.I.A.) will meet on
Monday, June 1, at Douglas Brown Center
at 7 p.m. Anyone who would like to partici-
pate or join are welcome to attend. O.C.I.A.
meets the first Monday of every month at
Douglas Brown Center. For more informa-
tion call George Roberson-President at 863-
610-0973, Bertha Boswell-V. President at
863-763-4823 or Rita Jones-Secretary at 863-
467-0594 or 772-380-3518.

Croppin' Crew
meeting date set
Our local "Croppin' Crew" will be meet-
ing on Saturday, June 6, from 9 a.m. until
4 p.m. at the First United Methodist Church.
Debbie Payne will be doing a class "Life's
A Beach" at 1 p.m. The cost of the class is
$1.50. You will need a 12 x 12 solid sea col-
ored paper, 12 x 12 patterned paper, 8 1/2 x
11 solid accent paper and 8 1/2 x 11 white
paper. You will also need your paper trim
mer, scissors, adhesive, chalk and an eyelet
setter if you have one. Don't forget to bring a
covered dish to share if you want to partici-
pate in our luncheon. If you have any ques
tions you can call Joan at 863-467-0290 or
Pam at 863-801-5389.


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May 29, 2008 was a very sad day,
The center of our family passed away.
You had so much left to do,
Graduations, weddings and great
grandchildren too.
A golden heart stopped beating and you
were laid to rest,
God broke our hearts to prove to us that he
only takes the best.
When we sat on the porch last spring, I will
never forget what you had to say,
"Sissy, I will always be here with you, just
close your eyes and listen to your wind
chimes as they play."
We miss you so much,
We miss your laughter and your touch.
Your love is all around us each and every day,
Now you watch over us and keep us safe
in a different way.
It broke our hearts to lose you but you
didn't go alone,
For part of us went with you, Mom, the day
God called you home.
We miss you and love you very much!!
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May 29, 2009


Churches


plan special


events


Graduation party donation
The Okeechobee County Board of County Commissioners and the Okeecho-
bee County Sheriff's Office donated $2,000 to help fund the 21st annual Non-
Alcoholic Grad Night to be held June 4, for graduating seniors from Okeecho-
bee High School. On hand for the check presentation Friday, May 22, was (left
to right) Matt Buxton, County Commission Chairman Clif Betts, Sheriff Paul
May and Major Noel Stephen. Sheriff May said the money came from confis-
cated drug money in the Special Suspense Forfeiture Account. More donations
are sought for the annual event. Contact the Buxton family for information.


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By Pete Gawda
Okeechobee News
The following comes from "In Good
Hands," by Harvey Sampson: "When you
put your trust in Jesus you know you're in good
hands. He'll always be a faithful friend, more
faithful than any man. You're very special to
the Lord, a part of his master plan. When your
load seems unbearable, lean on Him, He un-
derstands. When the world around you seems
cold or you're in a foreign land, no matter what
the circumstance, don't worry, you're in good
hands. Do you know Him as your Saviour? If
you don't-today you can. Trust His Word and
live for Him, you'll always be in good hands."
The men of First United Methodist
Church, 200 N.W Second St., are sponsoring
a fish fry on Friday, May 29 from 4 to 7 p.m.
The menu consists of fried fish, grits, cole slaw,
hushpuppies and dessert for a $5 donation.
Tickets are available at the church office, Take
outs will be availalbe. For more information
call 863 763 4021.
Peace Lutheran Church, 1750 N.W 23rd
Lane, is planning a bowling night for youth on
Wednesday, May 27. Call the church office
at 763-5042 for meeting times. The church is
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tion Bible school June 22-26 with the theme
"Crocodile Dock: Where Fearless Kids Shine
God's Light!" Peace Lutheran is participating
in the FL/GA District Summer Event July 26-
Aug. 1. They will be helping the community of
Eustis, which was damaged by Tropical Storm
Faye last fall. The event is open to high and col-
lege level young people and adults.
The Okeechobee News welcomes news from area
churches for this column. E-mail okeenews@
newszap.com or call Pete Gawda at 863 763-
3134, extension 4225. The deadline to receive
information to appear in Wednesday's column is
5 p.m. the Monday before.


uan walesky, the company s plant manager,
was involved in the production of the auto indus
try's first hybrid car dunng his tenure in Detroit.
Putting his background to maximum effective-
ness, he has found ways to reduce the compa
any's carbon footprint while saving the company
money at each step in producing Royal Concrete
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uOther green endeavors include not only recy-
cling all paper and cardboard throughout the fa
cility, but also all steel, polystyrene and concrete.
Dumpsters that are color coded for each mate-
rial dot RCC's property The polystyrene waste is

the company car pool now means executives
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sites or go out in the field.
Niehaus explained that RCC started these pro-
grams at a time when it wasn't fashionable to
take such steps. In addition to greening the prod
uct line, she was the person who stopped buying
Styrofoam cups for the company's staff kitchens
and lunchrooms at their two Florida locations,
Okeechobee and West Palm Beach. "Now every
one brings in their own cups."


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Road department to work
4-day weeks

By Pete Gawda
Okeechobee News
It has been said that Nero fiddled while
Rome burned. It looks like Okeechobee
County commissioners could keep talking
while the county goes bankrupt.
After discussing the budget for over two
and half hours Thursday afternoon, the only
action taken by Okeechobee County Com-
missioners was to change the road depart-
ment employees hours to four, ten-hour
days a week.
Shortly before 6 p.m. it began to look like
commissioners would take some definite
action as they began to discuss possibly tak-
ing back the employees 3 percent pay raise
or reducing their own salaries.
As a gesture of good faith Commissioner
Joey Hoover made a motion that commis-
sioners reduce their own salaries by 3 per-
cent. His original intent was a 15 percent
reduction, but he said he knew that would
not happen.
That motion died for lack of a second.
County Administrator Lyndon Bonner
suggested approaching the constitutional
officers about a voluntary unilateral sal-
ary reduction. After Thursday's meeting he
planned to meet with them.
Mr. Hoover was successful in getting a
motion passed to set a floor on county re-
serve funds at $8 million to be adjusted for
current obligations.
"When are we going to start making hard
decisions?" he asked.
"It doesn't make any difference what
we do until we get the constitutionals to do
something," said Commission Chairman
Clif Belts.
Three of the four constitutional officers,
Sheriff Paul May, Clerk of the Courts Sharon
Robertson and Tax Collector Celeste Wat-
ford were at the meeting. Property appraiser
Bill Sherman was not present. However, the
sheriff was the only one who stayed through
most of the discussion.
"If we try to solve this problem with just
the BOCC (board of county commissioners),


it's not going to happen," said Commission-
er Ray Domer. He said that at some point the
board would have to have some decreases
from the constitutional officers' budgets.
"I think this $2.2 million savings is ex-
tremely misleading," Mr. Hoover said refer-
ring to Mr. Bonner's document which item-
ized a $2.2 million savings. "Some of it is
deferrals."
He said that about half of the total sav-
ings was deferral of capital projects and
large equipment purchases that had been
budgeted.
"Does this commission want to continue
spending more money than we have com-
ing in? asked Mr. Domer. "At what point are
we going to stop it?"
After some discussion of the operation
of the road department, the board decided,
if the union is agreeable, that road depart-
ment employees will work four, ten-hour
days per week. The option of one half the
road department working on Monday and
the other half working on Friday with the
entire department working Tuesday through
Thursday was discussed. That way the road
department would be open five days week.
However, road department head Frank Byars
was in favor of the entire department work-
ing the same four days a week with the road
department being closed three days a week.
Mr. Byars said that his department is 12 per-
sons short so that if the five day a week op-
tion were adopted, his crew would be short
on Monday and Fridays.
With these working hours there would
be less time spent moving equipment to and
from job sites thus saving fuel. Employees
would also spend more time on the job site
in comparison to travel time to and from the
job site.
Fire/rescue chief Nick Hopkins discussed
the manning of his department and how the
department responds to calls. He said he has
the right ratio of paramedics, who are more
skilled, and EMTS. The chief said the billing
company fire/rescue is now using is more
effective that the department was when they
were trying to collect their own bills. He said
that even if they got paid 100 percent of what
they billed, they still would not break even
on ambulance calls. The chief told the board
that he had looked at different ways of cut-


Man accused of attacking


By Eric Kopp
Okeechobee News
An Okeechobee man has been accused
of choking a former girlfriend and pushing
on her eyes with his thumbs.
Lance Hank Tommie, 24, N.W 172nd
Court, was arrested early Wednesday, May
27, on a felony charge of domestic battery
by strangulation. He was booked into the
Okeechobee County Jail under a bond of
$2,500.
Jail records indicate that he has posted
bond and has been released from jail.
An arrest report by Deputy Marcus Collier,
of the Okeechobee County Sheriff's Office
(OCSO), states that Tommie and the wom-


an had recently broken up
and she had custody of the
couple's infant.
According to the report,
the victim was staying with
a friend when Tommie al-
legedly attacked her at 11
p.m. Tuesday night. He re-
portedly entered the home Lance H.
and grabbed the victim by Tommie
the throat and began chok-
ing her.
The victim reportedly told the deputy that
while the 320-pound man was choking her,
he demanded that she look at him. When
she would not, he allegedly pushed in her
eyes with his thumbs.


ting overtime but the costs in each case was
more than the savings. He said the depart-
ment was right on the edge of the number
of necessary personnel. He said the budget
he turned in for next year is the same budget
he is operating on this year.
Sheriff Paul May questioned savings sug-
gested by Mr. Bonner if the road department
quit furnishing a truck and driver to the
sheriff's weekend road cleanup crew. These
people are sentenced to clean up work on
weekends rather than serving jail time. He
said if this program were eliminated he
would have to put these people in jail over
the weekends. The elimination of this pro-
gram would increase his jail budget con-
siderably more than the anticipated savings
from eliminating the program.
"I can only go so low and still provide
what I consider satisfactory police protec-
tion for this county," the sheriff said as he de-
tailed some of his cost cutting procedures.
Pete Keogh, director of the Okeechobee
County Agri-Civic Center discussed the oper-
ations of his facility and the effects of cutting
services. He asked if cutting services such
as pleasure riding, providing the facility to
non-profits and for high school graduation
would cause a backlash. He suggested us-
ing volunteers to help operate the facility. Mr.
Bonner presented figures showing expenses
and income of the facility.
The board also looked at operating ex-
penses for Okee Tantee Campground and
Marina.
Richard Thompson of the Okeechobee
Association of Public Safety expressed con-
cern about cutting EMS personnel. The As-
sociation of Public Safety is made up of pub-
lic safety personnel who live in Okeechobee
County but work for other departments. He
stated that currently two people man fire/
rescue station 4. He went on to say that two
people cannot handle a cardiac emergency
or enter a burning building to rescue some-
one. He said it could take up to 30 minutes
for backup from town to arrive. Mr. Thomp-
son expressed approval of an EMS assess-
ment.
"I am not in favor of cutting fire or EMS
services," stated Mr. Betts. The chairman
went on to say that the county was work-
ing toward establishing an EMS assessment


ex-girlfriend

Deputy Collier stated in his report that
when the woman collapsed to the floor
Tommie stood on her foot and tried to pull
her upright.
Eventually, continued the report, Tommie
stopped his attack. The woman then put
the baby in its car seat and started to leave
the home. At this point Tommie reportedly
grabbed the car seat and tried to pull it from
the woman's hands, as he demanded that
he be allowed to see the baby.
The deputy stated that while the victim
had marks on her throat and foot, she told
him she did not need medical attention.
Tommie was taken into custody around
1 a.m. Wednesday without further incident,
stated Deputy Collier.


in addition to the current fire assessment
which cannot be used for EMS services.
In another financial manner, the county
received the desired "unqualified opinion"
on the audit for the fiscal year ending Sept.
30, 2008 prepared by the accounting firm of
The NCT Group. However, accountant Judy
Fowler warned that if fund balances and as-
sets continue to decrease the county would
be in "an unfavorable financial condition."
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Habitat for Humanity of Okeechobee
County is getting ready to open a "Restore"
and is in need of resellable items. No cloth-
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household items, furniture, building mate-
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more information call 863-467-6484 or leave
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counseling offered
Thought of owning your own small busi-
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Pregnancy Financial
Assistance Available
Are you pregnant? Have you been turned
down for Medicaid? Healthy Start may be
able to help. For information, contact Becky
Smith at 863-462-5877.


Help with electricity bills
available
Are you over 60? Is your FPL electric
service being disconnected? Are you low
income? If the answer to those three ques-
tions is yes, please call Kim at Okeechobee
Senior Services, 863-462-5180. We have ad-
ditional EHEAP funds available.

Senior citizen help available
Are you over 60, need help with house-
keeping or everyday activities? Are you low
income? If the answer is yes to any of these
questions, please call Kim at Okeechobee
Senior Services, 863-462-5180. Additional
Community Service Block Grant funds have
been obtained and will be adding new cli-
ents to current programs.

Wildlife rescue available
Assistance is available for local sick, in-
jured, and orphaned wildlife through Florida
Wildlife Rescue Service, a non-profit orga-
nization dedicated to helping wildlife in the
Okeechobee area. Anyone who finds a wild
bird or animal in need of assistance can con-
tact the organization at 863-634-1755.


Four Brahmans in All Star game


By Charles M. Murphy
Okeechobee News
Usually All Star games are reserved for
seniors but this year there are so many
talented juniors the Treasure Lake Confer-
ence sponsored a special all star game.
The Treasure Lake Conference Junior
All Star game will be played Saturday at 1
p.m. at Indian River State College in Fort
Pierce and four Okeechobee Brahmans
will be in the game.
Brice Buckner, Jonathan Crawford,
Adam Tewksbury and Cameron Tewks-
bury will represent the Brahmans in the
game.
The players will also participate in a full
pregame workout for scouts and college
recruiters.
"It's a good opportunity for them,"
Brahmans Coach Dylan Tedders said,


"They can get their name out there. They'll
be coaches from all over, and scouts for
the pros probably."
Tedders said he didn't have information
on what team the Okeechobee players will
be on. All of the schools from the Confer-
ence will be represented.
It's going to be a busy summer for many
Brahman players. Several will play Ameri-
can Legion ball in Fort Pierce. They already
played games this month. Members on the
Fort Pierce team include Aaron Suarez,
Mark Weir, Justin Morgan, Drew Selvey,
Dustin Stokes, Cameron Tewksbury, Adam
Tewksbury, and Jonathan Crawford. Buck-
ner plays for a team in South West Florida
during the summer.
Tedders said the Fort Pierce American
Legion team could play some games in
Okeechobee this summer.


Free VPK program to open
A FREE Summer Voluntary Pre Kinder-
garten (VPK) program is available for chil-
dren who will be entering kindergarten in
the Fall. The program is taught by certified
elementary teachers. Breakfast, lunch, and
snack will be provided at no cost to the par-
ent. The program will begin on Monday,
June 8 and end on Friday, Aug. 21. This
program is not income based and the fol-
lowing are the only requirements:
Child must be a Florida resident; Child
must have turned 4 on or before Sept. 1,
2008; Child must NOT have participated in a
VPK program during the school year. Please
call the Early Learning Coalition at 863-357-
1154 to schedule an appointment.

VA Health Care
Enrollment relaxed
The Dept of Veterans Affairs has received
increased funding to alleviate some of the
restrictions on Priority Group 8 enrollment.
Veterans previously denied VA health care
due to excess income might now be eligible.
The new provision requires the veterans in-
come not to exceed the Geographic Means
Test Threshold (GMTT) by 10 percent and
goes into effect June 2009. Veterans whose
applications were submitted prior to Jan 1,
2009 and were disapproved due to the GMTT
will have to re-submit in order to be consid-
ered for the new provision. For further infor-
mation or to re-submit, contact the County
Veterans Services Officer, Betsy Grinslade, at
863-763-8124.

Parent Education Classes
Offered
The Okeechobee County Healthy Start
Coalition will be offering parenting educa-
tion classes for infants to age 3. All pregnant
women and parents are encouraged to at-
tend. Each participant will receive a gift. This
adult-only parenting class consists of six,
one-hour classes. You must attend all six
classes to get a certificate of completion. Call
863-462-5877 for registration.


The Library bricks are back!
Once again, the Okeechobee County
Public Library is offering Memorial Bricks
for sale to be permanently placed in the Li-
brary entryway. Whether you want to honor
a loved one or commemorate special occa-
sions such as births, graduations, weddings,
and more, purchasing a Memorial Brick pro-
vides a unique opportunity to leave a lasting
symbol of your support for the Okeechobee
County Public Library. Two brick sizes are
available: 4x8 inch bricks are $50 and 8x8
inch bricks are $250. The smaller bricks con-
tain three lines of text and the larger bricks
contain six lines of text. Application forms
are available at the Library and online at
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2010 Lake Okeechobee
Calendar Photo Contest
Calling all shutterbugs! The South Florida
Water Management District's Okeechobee
Service Center is seeking Lake Okeechobee,
Lake Istokpoga and Lower Kissimmee River
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images will be published as the featured
monthly photos. Entry forms and contest
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to three digital photos until July 31. Please
call 863-462-5260 with any questions.

Plat books on sale
The 2009 Okeechobee County plat books
have arrived. They may be purchased at the
Okeechobee Soil & Water Conservation
District office located at 452 Hwy. 98 North
across the road from Superior Auto Care.
If you want to have it mailed, call 863-763-
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Brahman
By Charles M. Murphy
Okeechobee News
There was a time that a 14-9 won loss
record for Okeechobee girls softball would
be reason to celebrate and yell from the
highest mountain top. Those were the days
before Kim Hargraves became coach.
Since Hargraves took over it's been al-
most a certainty that the Brahmans will go
to the postseason.
The words to best describe the Brahman
season this year were unfinished business
as the Brahmans missed the post season for
the first time in several years.
The Lady Brahman's held their annual
banquet on Wednesday night, and despite
a winning record, and fine statistical season
by several girls, all of them, all underclass-
men, knew they had some unfinished busi-
ness.
The Lady Brahmans were also plagued
by injuries as some of their top athletes
were on the shelf for injuries throughout
the season.
"It was the season where the girls learned
some softball but also learned something


softball finishes off as winner


about themselves," Coach Hargraves said.
The Brahmans were dethroned as two
time district I...,,.; ,-, i ,
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for the district championship.
Hargraves said the team was very young
this year. They had a tough schedule. "A lot
of people didn't think we'd go above .500
this year. I'm not losing any of them. We do
have some unfinished business."
Hargraves said never before has an en-
tire varsity team returned for a second sea-
son. She said she was blessed to be able to
coach them.
First year lettermen included Taylor Kin
man, Victoria Blevins, Samantha Harrell,
Frances Bosworth, and Jewel Buck.
Two year letter winners included Ka-
tarina Suarez, Emily McCullough, Naomi
Stephens, Taylor Douglas, Ashtyn Brown,
Cindy Wine, Taylor Douglas, Courtney Wil-
son, and LeAnna Cotton.
The only three year lettermen was Me-
gan Clements.
Hargraves thanks the girls and parents
for sticking with the program this year. She


noted all of the girls did great and have the
ability to put more championship banners
on the Brahman field.
Scholar athletes included Megan Cle-
ments, Katarina Suarez, Frances Bosworth,
LeAnna Cotton, Ashley Watson, Brittany
Nichols, and Kayla Harrison.
Varsity awards went to LeAnna Cotton
and Emily McCullough for team players,
Samantha Harrell for Rookie of the Year,
Taylor Douglas defensive player of the year,
Naomi Stephens offensive MVP, Taylor Kin-
man, rising star, Ashtyn Brown for the Brah-
man award, and Stephens for team MVP.
Stephens said she worked hard and is
looking forward to next year, "Everybody
will be back, we know each other, and we
can't wait," she said.
Stephens will play summer ball along
with Brown and other girls for the Okeecho-
bee Firestix and for the Fort Pierce Phillies.
Brown said she felt good about the Brah-
man award, "I'm really happy, I've waited
all year for it."
All Conference members were Courtney
Wilson (honorable mention), Samantha


Harrell, Taylor Kinman and LeAnna Cotton,
(second team), and Naomi Stephens and

i .. 1. . 11. .. 1 the girls to
reach for something more next year. She
said the girls should not settle for where
they are. "I'll try to push you forward. Soft-
ball season will be here before you know
it. Commit yourself to dedication in the off
season because that is what it takes to get
to the next level."
The Brahman JV also had a good sea-
son with a record of 12-8. Award winners
included Taylor Fulford and Kayla Harrison
for sportsmanship, Allison Prewitt, most
improved, Ashley Watson, offensive MVP,
and Ashley Wester, defensive player of the
year. The JV most valuable player was Paige
McCrary. Coach Gina Davis thanked her
players for working hard this year. She also
thanked parents for their commitment.
Assistant Coaches honored included
Heather Stillians, Tyrone Smith, and Darryl
Allen.
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Wednesday's banquet.


at Samantha Harrell won the rookie of
the year award.


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Okeechobee looks for new basketball coach


By Charles M. Murphy
Okeechobee News
After seven years on the job it took less
than two minutes for Jon Enrico to lose it.
Okeechobee High School fired Enrico
as head boys basketball Coach Wednesday.
Enrico, a home town product who starred
on the gridiron for his alma mater said he
held no regrets and no ill feelings after he
received the news.
"They wanted to go in a different direc-
tion. I have no regrets. I've been extremely
blessed to be the coach here. I have only
great things to say about the school and the
community. It has been an incredible seven
years," he said.
Enrico said he enjoyed working with the
student athletes and wouldn't have changed
the past seven years for anything.
Enrico led the Brahmans to two post
season appearances and one tournament
championship. His teams averaged 15 wins
per season over the past five years. During
his tenure two players went on to play Di-
vision 1 college ball-John Hirst and David
June. Camille Leach played college basket-
ball at the Division II level and Devon Faison
played at Gulf Coast Community College.
Several other Brahmans which include An
dre Wigfall, Derrick Derita, and Mariano
Medrano also had opportunities to play col-
lege basketball. Enrico said $475,000 worth
of college scholarships were brought to the
basketball program since he took over.
Now Enrico will look toward the future.
He will remain at the school system, at least


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Participants will prepare a grand Finale
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for now, "I'm still a teacher and I'm excited back in 1984. He attended Culver Stockton
about that," he said. "That won't change. I College in Missouri and started there at QB
will look at other options if they're exciting for four seasons. Enrico also played high
and intriguing. If another opportunity opens school basketball under the man he re
up I'll look into it." placed, Tony Delegall.
There was no immediate word on a re- Enrico said he was a bit surprised when
placement although JV Coach Bryan Van he was told flat out, you won't be return-
Camp, another Brahman alumnus, would ing as coach, "It wasn't easy but that's what
seem like a logical candidate. Mr. Downing wanted to do, alright, lets do
"I have no ill feelings toward anything, it, more power to him, I hope Okeechobee
I'm okay with it. I understand it. That is there basketball will continue to prosper, and con
prerogative. I thank Mr. Gary Kirsch, and basketball will continue to prosper, and con
Toni Wiersma. I'm more than thankful to tinue to rise. s
them Enrico said the seven kids that return next
They want to make a change, and go in year can all go on to play college basketball.
a different direction. I have to support them He stated he expects big things from them.
in that, I have no ill feeling and nothing bad Enrico said he will work with them through
to say, I wish it went longer, sure but that's youth basketball this summer. Okeechobee
life, he added, will have a 14 and under and 17 and under
Enrico played parts of three seasons as teams compete in United States Youth Bas-
starting QB for the Brahmans and graduated ketball Association tournaments.
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til 3pm, 5611 NW 30th
St., Furniture, HH
Items, Clothing, Con-
tractor Supplies, Tools
& Roofing Materials

Yard Sale- Saturday
3502 SW 16th Street
Oak Park 8:00 a.m. un-
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with minimum 5 yrs exp.
Must have clean D/L &
own tools. Good pay,
benefits. DFWR
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SW 2nd St., Okeechobee.

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must have excellent
customer service skills,
computer knowledge
and basic office skills.
Duties include answer-
ing customers ques-
tions in person and on
the phone, doing vari-
ous office duties and
assisting Dept. Manag-
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submitted to: ON Clas-
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& Pressure Washing
Cool Sealing, Painting,
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No Job Too Big or Small.
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or (863)261-6425
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C/HEAT & AIR 2 yr
old, 3 ton unit. Frigi-
daire (made in USA)
$1 650 (863)467 7528

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* Kenmore side by side
refrigerator, stove, mi-
crowave & dishwasher.
* All in new condition.
$ $1500 863-634-8420



*For Sale* Water Bed
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Included 1BR in town,
$700/mo, no pets,
smoke-free env. 1st &
sec. (863)610-0861


CHICKENS All sizes OKEECHOBEE- remod-
starting at $1.50 for eled 2/2 Villa, W&D
baby chicks. 763-4205/ $800 me, lst, last 6
561-722-1473 $500 sec 561-762-7660


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Blueberry $13,
Pmegranates $25,
Pecans $60, Papaya $10
FL Trees Peaches,
Pears, Apples, $55 ea.
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BEAUTIFUL SAMAN-
THA'S GARDEN APTS -
In Town, 2br/2ba, W&D,
$850 mo. + $500. sec.
(863)634-5780
BEAUTIFUL 2BR, Close
to town. Newly renovat-
ed. Only $750 mo. in-
cludes water Pets
okay upon approval.
Call 561-255-4377

KINGS BAY 2bd/2ba, I
1650 per mo $650 Sec, I
no pets. (863)763-7301
or (863) 697-1623 1

NORTH OF TOWN 3/2
upstairs, 1 yr old. No
pets. 1800 sq. ft.
54x12 deck, $850/mo.
+ sec. 863-467-1234


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3/2 Home,
w/detached garage, ope
floor plan, $850/mo,
first last
Call Brandi 863-634-3407
Okeechobee Real Etate

BHR 2/2, fully fur-
nished, 1st month free,
$1,000 move in. Call
863-824-0981
Canal Front furnished
2/1 MH, carport, shed,
washer, dryer, screen
porch, boat dock. $800
Includes water & lawn
care. (863) 467-7528
DIXIE RANCH 3BR
House, $800, 1st, last &
$500 security.
(863)357-6700
House for Rent: 2/1, In
city, $700 mo., 1st, last
& $500 sec. req'd.
(863)467-5965
LAKE OKEECHOBEE:
Modern 3BR/2.5BA, 1 car
garage, + cottage. Price
neg. Call (772) 359-1640
LEAVE THE CITY Live
In the country 2/2
Share 20 acres. Horses
welcome! Call Buzz
(772)201-8230
NEW 4BR, 2BA, 2 Car
Garage. on '/2 acre in
Okeechobee. $1200
mo. (561)301-3880
OKEECHOBEE 3BR/1BA
Duplex, DW W&D Hookup,
central a/c & heat. $750 mo.
+ $500 sec. (863)763 4414


OKEECHOBEE 4br,
2ba, great neighborhood,
tile throughout,
$1195/mo, 1st & sec
move in (561)248-3888
or (863)599-0156
R-BAR 4/2/2, W/D
hkup, 2.56 ac, $ 1295
mo. 1st & sec., ref's. re-
quired. 863-801-9163
SINGLE FAMILY: large
custom 4/2, 1 car gar-
age, Split plan, patio,
master suite, tile, D/W.
Avail. now. $1250 mo.
(561)307-2502
Southwest Section
3/2, w/2 car
garage, c/a/h, w/d
hookup, oak trees.
(863)467-2541
or (863)634-9330

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DOUBLEWIDE
3BR/2BA
1400+ sq. ft., hot tub,
w/lbr/lba, SW on 2.25
acres, private/secluded,
fenced, 2 sheds,
great income property,
$101,900. (863)484-0910


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OKEECHOBEE 820 sq. for sale, (772)879-3867
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TREASURE ISLAND
Call 863-634-8374




PRIVATE
WATERFRONT
2 Bdrm, W/D, Large
Maintained yard.
$850 Mo (F/L) $500 Sec.
Rent to own w/10%
down.(863)697-1280 or
(863)467-8683
TREASURE ISLAND
3BR, 2BA, with shed.
$950 move in,
$750/mo.
Call 863-824-0981
WATERFRONT: 2BR,
1/2 BA Treasure Island.
Fenced yd. $725 mo. in-
cludes water, & $700 sec
dep. (772) 359-6584


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KISSIMMEE RIVER
EST 17216 Brynwood,
$400/mo + $400 sec
dep. (317)402-5441
NICE 2 BR, 1/2 BA, All
appl. W&D. Completely
furnished. $450 mo. +
dep. 812-989-3022




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OKEE 2-4/br, 2ba, 5
acres, harn, $950/mo
(863)697-9129 or
(954)494-1762

OKEE 2BR, 1BA, Sin-
glewide. $550 mo. In-
cludes Water 28 Ft. 1
BR RV $400 mo. In-
cludes City Water &
Electric. Both require
sec. dep. & ref's.
(561)346-4692

OKEECHOBEE 3BR
1.5BA screened patio,
carport, wood floors,
dbl. lot, town water/
sewer, $800 mo., no
dep. (954)610-5345

SENIOR PARK Over
55, 35' travel trailer
w/screen room,
$600/mo + deposit
(863)824-0835




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Going out of business
sale. If you are looking
for a great deal on a
mobile home call us.
Cash or good credit re-
quired. All 3 & 4 bed-
room homes sold at
invoice or below. Call
(863)673-4325

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15 ft aluminum boat
w/trailer; 15 horse
power evinrude; trailer
itch w/receiver 3500
8bs. $1400
863-946-3377

STRATUS '95 Dual
console, 115 Evinrude,
like new, loaded, new
carpet, & seats, Lor-
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1994 GMC Van $1200
firm. Runs great, AC,
radio, good tires, new
carpet & new seat cov-
ers. 863-357-6140 or
863-697-9377


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Very nice Truck bed
off of 2000 Ford F250
L.W.B. $600 Diamond
plate 50. Gal fuel tank
with tool box. s450
Rear bumper. Good
condition M5Q. Two
Class 4 trailer hitches.
One like new $25.
$1100 for all.
863-763-0944

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NINETEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
OKEECHOBEE COUNTY
CIVIL DIVISION
ROSE ACCEPTANCE, INC
Plalnbff
SCase No. 47-20-9-Ck-)0032
SPOUSE OF JOSEFINA GUERRER
AND UNKNOWN TENANTS/OWNEiS,
Defendants.


NOTICE IS HERE GIVEN, puu-
ant to Fal Judgment of Foreclosure
for lrof entered in m uue on
May 11,200 in the rcuit Court arof
Okeech0bee County, Floida, I il
sell the property suatd in ee-
chobee County, Floda described as:
LOT 26, BLOCK 2, SUN AND
COUNTRY RANCHES ACCORD-
ING T THE PLAM THEREOF
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 4,
PAGES 98 THROUGH 102,
PUBLIC RECORDS OF OKEE-
CHOBEE COUNTY, FLORIDA
and ommnfornnaes0O
363RD Cr, O'EECHBEE, F 34972;
include the bulldg, appurtenanc-
e, and fixtures located therein, at
p sale, to the hhehes and bet
dder, for sh, in TE JURY AS-
SEMBLY ROOM, 2ND FLOOR OKEE-
CHOBEE COUNTY UDICIAL CENTER,
312 NW 3RD STREET, OKEECHOBEE,
FLORIDA, on une 10th, 2009 at
11, am,
Any perss ralmg an ntrret in
the surplus from the s, if any, oth-
er than the popertyownerr as of he
date of the Ispendens must hlo a
dam within 0da ays after the sale
Dated this Sth day of May, 20.
CLERK OF lTHE CIRCUIT COURT
Sharen RobetUn
By' /S/andra L CreeOh
Deputy Clerk
321543 ON 5/22,29/0



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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
THE NINETEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
OKEECHOBEE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
CASE NO. 2009-CP-104
IN RE ESTATE OF
CLAYTON ESTMLU,

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
CLAYTON ESTILL, deceased, whose
date of death wa May 5,2009, and
where soalerrty numbers
400-40-1022, is peO ding in the r-
Cum Court for Oeeobee Count
Florda, Probate ron, the address
of whh Z 312 N W 3rdSteet
Okeechobee, Flonda 34972 The
names and address of the pernal
representate and the personal rep
resentatve attorney are et forth
All creditors of the deedent and
other persons having lalm or de-
mands against decedent's estate on
whom a "py of ths noce isre
d to be sered must file their
almwith this eourt WTIHIN THE
LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE RRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER
THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY
OFTHISNOTICEONTHEM
All crdltores of the deeednt and
other person having clars orde-
mand against decedents estate
mus file ear da2ms w0h ths urt
WITHIN MONTH AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED
NOTNISTANDING THE TIME PE-
RIOD SET FORTH ABOVE ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE DECEDENTS
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED
The date of first publhaton of th
notice is May 29th, 2009.

GEORGE A. STILL
7248 Ann Cbell Lane
MednI-sVIle, VA 23111
Attoe for Per.al Representate.
CO/N M. CAMERON
200 N E. 4th Avenue
Okeechobee, FL 34972
B63 763-8600
32240 ON 5/29,6/5/09



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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
OKEEHOEE COUNT, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
le No.: 09-CP-96
Ditvion Probate
IN RE' ESTATE OF
CARL L. REYNORDS
Deeased,
NOTICE TO CREDIOS
The admmstratont of the estate of
Cad L Reynolds, eased, whose
dae of death was January 7,2009,
is pending in the Orcuit Court for
Okeechoee County, Forda, Probate
Division, the adds of which 312
NW Thrd Street, Okee hb Flori
da 34972. The names and address
of the personal represntative and
the personal representave attor-
ney are set orth below w
All credltors of the decedent and
other persons having claim or de-
mandsagar dede ents estate on
whom a copy of ths noce re-
0ulre to be e d mst file their
amwith this court WIH INTHE
LATE OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
TIME OF THE RRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER
THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY
OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM,
All other crpedhtors of the deedent
and other pers having clams or
demands against deedent estate
must file elr clams w this court
WHIN 3 MONTHS AFMR THE
DATE OFTHE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE,
ALL CLAIMS NOT FLED WITHIN
THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN
SECTION 733 702 OF THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE DECEDENTS
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED
The date of first publabon of tha
nodie s May 29th, 2209.
Personal Represetatve
Stephane HaRe
771 Tayrr Street
Chelsea Michiganr 48118
Attey forPeronaReresentate,
Attorney or Stephane Hale
Floada Bar No. 720895
Ma well Mawell, P.A.
405 NW 3rd Street
Ok hobee.R FL 34972
Telephone' (863) 763"1119
322359 ON 5/29,615/09


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CITY CUNCL MEEMNG NOCE
NOTICE IS HEREBY ?VEN thathe OCty Councl of the C ty of Okee-
chobee will meet in Regular Sesson on Tuesday, Jne 2 2009, 6:00
p.m. at ty Hall/ 55 SE3rd Ave Rm 200 Okehobee, Rorda. The public
is iited and aged to ttend
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE AND BE ADVISEm that no stengraphic recrd by
a ertd court repter ll be made of e foregoing meeng. Accod-
ingro any peron who may sek to appeal any deasion Invvng he mat-
ters noted heren ell be responsible for making a vebaim rerd of the
testimony and evidence at sd meeting upon whichd any appeal s to be



should cntabe the City ClerOt Ofe at 8b637-3372 for asstac .
by: James E K, Maor
LaCe Gahmetea CMC, C Cler
322335 ON 5/29009


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that VERONA V LLC the holder of the fol-
lowing certiate has filed aid certate() For a t deed to be issued
there. The oertate number and year of ssane, the descnpon of
the property, and fthe names) in whh it was assessed are as follows
Certfcafte No' 164 Year of Iuan-e: un-01-2007
Desofptn of Proerty, LOT N OFTRACT 20 El/2 OF W1/2 OF S1/2
F Sl/2 F TRACT 2011 34S 33E
1-11-34-33-0A00-- 20-NO
Sald property being in the County of Okeedobee, State of Flonda
Names) in which ae d:
eR IR WTER
BARBARA LATER
CINDY MCCRACKEN
LINDA KEENE
MARTHIA AWTER
VIRGINIA LATER
Unless said rflae shall be redeemed aohrdng to law, the property in
sudch certfcate shall be old to the highest bidder at the Okeechoee
Counr ludaal Center lury Assembly Room, 312 NW 3 rd eet Okeecho-
bee, orida at 10:00o AM., on the 25 thday of un 2009.
SUBJECT TOCURRENT TAXES
SHARON ROBERTSON, CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
Okeechobee Counta, Florida
os Sandra L, Creich
NOTICE REGARDING THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT OF 1990;
In accordance with 0e Amerrans Wth Dlrsablhes Act, persons needing a
rpecl acommodaton to par clpate in th poceedi should cootat
Court Administration no later than aen days pnor to the peeding at
250 N Country Club Dnve, or St Luce, orda 34986, 1772.8074370
I thin two wor days of your receipt of this note, IF YOU ARE HEAR-
ING IMPARIED CALL 955.771 IF YOU ARE VOICE IMPAIRED CALL
1800.95.8770
321698 O 5/22,29;6/5,12/09


-Y

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TA DEED


NOTICE IS HEREBY IVN that VERONA V LLC the holder of the fo-
loIng certf"cate has Cd aild c cate() for a La deed to be missed
thereon. T ced lflate number and year of Issuane, the descnpton of
the property, and the names) in whh it wa aseed are as follows'
Cerfte No: 180 Year of Iuance: Ju 01-2007
DesMptor, of Property LOT D OF TRACT 30 WU/2 OF W1/2 OF
N12 OF N1/2 OF TRACT 3 11 34S 33E
1-11-34-33-OA00-030-DOO
Said pperty being in the County of Okeehobee, State of Florida
Name in s enhh assessed:

Unless aid ertoiate shall be redeemed according to law, the property in
such certificate shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Okehobee
Count Judicial Cente, ury Assembly Room, 312 NW 3rd Street Okeecho-
bee, Florda at 10:00 A.M, on te 25th day of ue 2009,
SUBJECT TO CURRENT TAXES
SHARON ROBERTSON CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
Okeehobee County, Ilorda
/s/ SandraL O eeh
NOTICE REGARDING THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT OF 1990
In acordace with the Amrenans Wih Dsalies Act, per needing a
special acomemdaboon to palcpate in this proceeding should onta
Court Admntrat no later than evendays pnor to the proceeding at
250 NW Country Club e, Pr St. Le Rorida 34986, 1.772.807.4370
within to working days ofyour rept of tNs e IF YOU ARE HEAR-
ING IMPAIRED CALL 1 00 955.8771; IF YOU AE VOICE IMPAIRED CALL
1,800955,8770
321700 ON 5/22,29;6/5,209

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
2009"i 32
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that VERONA V LLC the holder of the fol
lowng certifcate has filed aild certfcate(s) for a La deed to be issued
thereon. The clrtiate number and year of Issuane, the desnpton of
the property, and the names) n whh it wa asen ed are as follows'
Cerfioate No: 152 Year of Issuae, Jun01-2007
Desiption of Prope' LOT F OFTRACT13 El/2 OF W1/2 OF S/12
OF N1/2 OF TRACT 13 11M 34S3E
1-11-34-33-A -00013-FOOD
Said property being in the County of Okeedobee, State of Florida
Named/rn ehob assessed:

Unless said ertif ate shal be redeemed accord to law the property n
such ertflate shall be sod to the highest bidder at r Okeehebee
Couy Judicial Center, Jury Assnmby Room, 312 NW 3rd Seet Oeho-
bee FIorda at 10:0 A.M, on the 25th day of une 2009,.


SHARON ROBERTSON CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
Okeehobee County, I lorda
/s/ Sandra L Oeech
NOTICE REGARDING THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT OF 1990,
In acordaoe with the Arenans Wit, Dablie Act, pe s needing a
special acommodabon to palcpate n this proceeding should ontatr
Court Admnstra no later than sevendays pnor to the proceeding at
250 NW Country Club Dhe, P St. Lo, Rorida 34986, 1.772.8074370
within two w ng days of your recpt of this noi IF YOU ARE HEAR-
ING IMPARTED CALL 1800 955.877; IF YOU ARE VOICE IMPAIRED CALL
1,800 95
321414 ON 522,29;6/5,12/09

NOTICE OF APPUICATION FORTAX DEED
2009TO023
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that DENTN that DENN I LLC the holder of the fol-
lowng cerficate has filed d certificates) for a tax deed to be ued
thereon The a number andyear ofuane, the desonpton of
the property, and the names) in whuh It was assessed are as follows,
Cerflcate No' 855 Year of I.ua u-01-2007
Desopon of Property, LOTS E ANDKOFTRACT 3 Wl/2OF W1/2
OFS 1/2 OF N1/2 OF TRACT 3 AND El/2 OF W1/2 OF N1/2OF
S1/2 OF TRACT 03 27 34S 33E
1-27-34-33-0AO-00093-E009
Said property being in the County of Okeechobee, State of Florida
Names) in which assesd
ROBERT L REPASS
Unless aid certificate shall be redeemed wording to law, the pperty in
such cerficate shall be sol to e hhest bidder at the Okeechobee
County Jludcal Cnter, Jury Aesembly Room, 312 NW 3 Street, Okeecho-
bee, Florda at 1000 A.M., on the 25th day of une, 2009.
SUBJECT TO CURRENT TAXES
SHARON ROBERTSON, CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
Okeehobee County, Flonda
/s Sandra L Creeh
NOTICE REGARDING THE AMERICANS WIT DISABILITIES ACT OF 1990;
In accordance with the Aenran With Dsabites At, persons needing a
speoal accommodatn to partclpat in th proceeding should contact
Court Adminlstraton no later than r even days pnor to the proceeding at
250 NW Country Club ODre, Port t Lude Florda 34986,1772 807.4370
wAhmn to wo sng days of Yo reelA oilthis nosbe. IF YOU ARE HEAR-
ING IMPARIED CALL 1.800.955.771; IF YOU ARE VOICE IMPAIRED CALL
3.800.95S 8
321122 ON 5/22,29;6/5,12/09


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED


OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that VERONA V LLC fte hoder of the fol
going cercate hes fie d ad cercate(s) for a tax deed to be issuer
hereon. The ertiate numb and year of ss e, the desptn o
he y, d e names) in whId it was assessed are ar fe :
:ertlcate No. 131 Year of Issuance: June-01-2007
tecrlpdon of property LOTD OF TRACT 2 W1/2 OF W1/2 OF NI/;
)F N1/2 OFTRACT 21134S 33E
1-11-34"33A 00(02-D000
id property be in the County of Okeechobe, State of Florida
ame) in whh assessed
N4PISE ETNESCAR
less said certlofcate shall be redeemed acordpng to la the property i
oh cesificate shall be ld to the highest bidder at the Okeecbe
o .nty Judicl Center, Jury Asserbh Room, 312 NW 3rd Sreet Okeecho
ree, Rorda at 10:00 A.M, on the 25th day of June, 2009.
SUBJECT TO CURRENT TAXES
IHARON ROBERTSON, CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
okeechobee County, Fonda
/s/Sandram Oech
OTICE REGARDING THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT OF 1990
n acmrdane wil the Amenoans With Dsabrte Ac, pers needing
pecal a.orm ovation to partopate in this poeedisoud ontac
Aurt Ominbhoaon later tan meon days prior t proceeding a
:50 NW Couny Cub Dre, t S Lule, Flonda 346, 1.772807.437(
thin Tr rkng d of rept of tha s ntce. IF YOU AE HER
NG IMPARTED CA 1.800955.8771; IF YOU ARE VOICE IMPAIRED CAL
t.800,9558770
21691 ON 5/22,29,6/5,1209

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED


NOTICE IS HEREBY GVEN that WINDER VI LLC he hdder of the fol
winrg cert cathe has led said erbfiote(s) for a tot deed to be sued
hereon. The erficate number and year of ssuace, the desmoon of
he property and the rmes) in whch it was asseed are as follws
:ertfihate No. 151 Year of Issuance: 3une- 1-2007
De-paon of Property LOT C OF TRACT 13 El/2 OF W/2 OF N1/2
IF N1/2 OF TRACT 13 11 34 33E
1-11-34-33-OAO0-00013-C000
alid property being in the County of Okechobee, State of Forda
lams in whh assessed

nles said ertfcate shall be redeemed according to law, the property in
uch ertIhcate shall be sodl to the highest bidder at the Okechoaee
county ludiial Center, Jury Assembly Room, 32 NW 3rd Street, Okeeho-
ee Florida at 10:00 AM., on the 25 day of duna, 2009.
SUBIECTTOCURRENTTAXES
SHARON ROBERTSON, CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
keechobee County, Flonda
Is/Sandra L Creeh
NOTICE REGARDING THE AMERICANS WITH DISABLTIES ACT OF 1990,
n cordace wth the Ameenans With Dsabltes Act, persons needing a
pecal acommedaton to partipate in ths proceeding should ontact
ourt Adminiraon no later than seven days prior to the proceeding at
:50 NW County Cub Dr.e, Port St LuCie, Forda 34986 1,772,807,4370
fhin two rbng days of your rept of ths noe. IF YOU ARE HEAR-
NG IMPARTED CALL .800 9558771; IF YOU ARE VOICE IMPAIRED CALL
..800 955 8770
21415 ON 5/22,29;6/5,12/0

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
209TD027
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that WINDER VI LLC the holder of the fol-
wing certfcate has filed said cerfiote(s) for a tot deed to be sued
hereon. The cerficate number and year of ssuace, the desmton of
he property, and the mes) in whch it was asseed are as follws
:ertfiate No, 157 Yearoflsuance, 3une-1-2007
De ppbon of Property LOT H OF TRACT 16 El/2 OF El/2 OF S1/2
)F N1/2 OF ltAC 16 11 34S 33E
1-11-34"33"OAO"-00016-HOO
alid property being in the County of Okechobee, State of Horda
Names in whoh assessed

inles said erficate shall be redeemed according to law, the proper in
uch (erDIcate shall be sod to the highest bidder at the Okeehobee
countyy Judbal Center Jury Asermbly Room, 312 NW 3rd Street, Oeeho-
ee, Florida at 10:00 A.M., on the Ath day of un, 2009.
UBIECT TO CURRENT TAXES
0HARON ROBERTSON, CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
ieechobee County, Flonda
Is/Sandra L Creh
NOTICE REGARDING THE AMERICANS WITH DISABLr S ACT OF 1990;
n acordance wh the Amenans With Dablles Act, persons needing a
special acommodaton to paripate in ths proceeading should ntact
ourt Adminisation no later than seven days or to he breeding at
50 NW Country ub Dree, Port St Luie, lorda 4986. 1,772,807,4370
hn two rbng days of your elpt of this noce. IF YOU ARE HEAR-
NG IMARIED CALL O.800 955.8771; IF YOU ARE VOICE IMPAIRED CALL
1.800955
121412 ON 5/22,29;6/5,12/09


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NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that VERONA LC e holder of the fol-
lowing ercate has fled 1aid certicate(s) for a tax deed to be issued
thereon The crtanft nber and yarofsuance thederpn of
the ppe, and the names) n whh t was assessed are a follow:
Certficate No: 531 Year of Issuance: 3une-1-2007
Desripton of operty LOT A OF ACT16 E2 OF E1/2 OFN1/2
OF N1/2 OF TRACT 16 2134S 33E
1-21-34-33-OAOO"00016"ADO0
Said property being n e County of Okeecoobee, State of Flnda
Names in whh asseomed.



DEARON HARRISONICLERK CIRCU
Unless said certiiate shall be redeemed accordg to law, e property n
such aodanf icait sha bthe A he iest G bidder at pe Okeec nee
County AudldaiCentera lury iemb R dm, 3r NoW 3r Street, Oeecho-



/,/ Sand. L Crec



250 NW Country Club Dve, Port St. Luce, Flor nd 349 6,1.772,807 4370
within btwo working days ofyour reoeipt of th otce. IF YOU ARE HEAR
ING IMPARTED CALL 800.95.8771; IF YOU ARE VOICE IMPAIRED CALL
321223 ON 5/22,2,6/5,12/09

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
2009TDO046
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tt ELLA I LLC the holder of nthe 09lw-
ang cerhcate has filed d certfite(s) for a tax deed to be issued there-
on. The cerfiate numer and r of issuan the despeon of the
property, and the nane(s)i, Oh in whc t w seed are as folo:
Certificate No: 627 Year of Issuance, June-01-2007
Dcriptmn of Propery LOT oOFTRACT 1 W/2OF E1/2 OF 12
OF Sl/2 OF TRAC 01 23 34S 33E
1-23-34-33-OAO00001-0000
Sai property being In 9e County of Okeedobee, State of Fonda



Unless said cerfcate shall be redeemed acrdng he property in
such cerficate shall beld tothe highest bidder at e Okee bee
County Judidal Ce r, Jury Aembly Room, 312 NW 3rd Stet, Okeecho-
ee, orda at 1000 AM., on the 2th day of June, 2009.
SUBECT TO CURRENT TAXES
SHARON ROBERTSON, CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
Okeeyhobee County, Florida
/s Sanda L Creeh
NOTICE REGARDING THE AERICANS WITH DISAUTIES ACT OF 1990,
In acordane Wlth the Alern oe th DGIGsablties Act, persons needing a
special aomodaion to partpate in this proceeding should contact
Court Adnstran roo later than seven daysrt pddr the proceeding a
250 NW Countday Club Dnve, Port St. Le, Flnda 349 6,1.72807 4370
within two rkngdays ofyour reyipt of th naote. IF YOU ARE HEAR-
ING IMPARIED CA 1800.95.8771; IF YOU ARE VOICE IMPAIRED CALL
1800 955.877M
321215 ON 5/22,29,6/5,12/09

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN a VERONA V LLC the holder of the fol-
lowing cerficate has fled sad sl cerfiates) for a tax deed to be issued
thereon. The rt iitenmerand year ofsslance, the deion rnof
the property, and the name(sn hich It as passed a as follow:
Certficate No: 439 Year of Issuance: 3une-1-2o007
Descrptin of Propety LOT L OF TRACT 1 W12 OF W12 OF N1/2
OF Sl12 OF TRACT 1 20" 4S 33E
1-20-34-33-OADO-00001-L.000
Said property being In e County of Okeeobee, State of Flonda
Name in which assessed,

Unless said cerflcate shall be redeemed acrdng O law, he property in
such certificate hall be sold to the highest bidder at e OLkeeDobee
County JudIlal Center, Jury Assembt Room, 312 NW 3rd Sreet, Okeecho-
bee, Rorida at 100 A.M., on the 25 day of Lne, 200
SUBJECT) TO CURRENT TAXES
SHARON ROBERTSON, CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
Oueeyhobee County, Florida
/Is Sandm L. Creeh
NOTICE REGARDING THE EMRICNS WITH DIo TES ACT O 1990;
In accordance wi the er Wh e eram W Dlsabes Act persons needing a
special aomodaion to partspate in this proceeding should contact
Court Adminstran no later than seven days prtB the proceeding at
250 NW Country Club Dve, Port St Lce, Flonda 3496,1.7728074370
within twao rknlng days ofyour reipt of th oate. IF YOU ARE HEAR-
ING IMPARTED CA 1800.95.8771; IF YOU ARE VOICE IMPAIRED CALL
1800 955.8770
321229 ON 5/22,29,6/5,12/09


Okeechobee News


NOTICE OF AMP,,ATION FOR TAX DEED


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that VERONA V LLC the hder of the fol-
lowing cerbcate has filed ad cerhcate(s) for a tax deedto be sued
there. The ertficate number and year of s nce, the deerptln of
the property, and the nae(s) In which wa assessed are as follow:
Cerbficate No. 481 Yearof Issuance. June-01-2007
Decrpt of Prperty: LOTO OF0TRCT25W1S/2 FE1/2OFS1/2
OF S1/2 OF TRACK 2 20 34S 33E
1-20-34-33-OA0-00025-O0000
Said property being in te County of Okeeobee, Sate of Florda

ames n which asssed:
ALIEN ROEFORT
Unless sd Cereficae sall be redeemed acodng t theproerty
such certcate shall be sld to the hest dder at the Okeechobee
County Odcal Centeo uy Assembly Room, 312 NW 3rd Street Okeeho-
bee, F0da at t A.M., on the 25th day of June, 2009.


SHARON ROBERTSON, CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
OIeebchbee County, oreda
/s/Sand L Creech
NOTICE REGARDING THE MERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT OF 1990
In accordance with the Aomer ns Wrh tabllbliS Act, peron needing a
speal acommodation to pardpate in this poceeding should cot
Court A nlraon no later han seven days por to e proceeding at
250 NW Country Club Dnve, Port St Luae, Flonda 34986,1772.8074370
withm two 0 rkeng days ofyour rept of this notice. IF YOU ARE HEAR-
ING IMPARIE CALL 1800.95 871; IF YOU ARE VOICE IMPAIRED CALL
1 0.955,370
321227 ON 5/22,29;6/5,1209

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
2009TD015
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that DENTON n LC the holder of the fol-
lowing ertficate has filed said cert tes) for a tax deed o be sued
Otereon. e certrcate number and year of imuance, e de rpsonof
the property, and the name() in which t was asesd are a foll
Cerficate No 267 Year of lsuance, June-01-2007
Descnpion of Property LOT D OF TRACT 29 W112 OF W112 OF
N1/20 F N1/2 OF TRACT 29 13 34S 33E
"1-13-34-33-OA~000 29-DCO
Said property being in the County of Okeehoebe, State of Flonda
Nams) in which assessed:
RO R DENNY
Unle said certificate shall be redeemed oaodl to law the property in
such certficate shall be Sold to the highest bdder at the Okeecobee
County ludldal Center, Jury Assembly Room, 312 NW 3rd Sreet, Okeeho-
bee, Florida at 10:00 M, on the 25 day of June, 2009.
SUBJECTTO CURRENT TAXES
SHARON ROBERTSON, CLEK OF CIRCUIT COURT
Okeehee e County, Flonda
// Sand Lra. CreA
NOTICE REGARDING THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT OF 1990,
In accordanc th the with the Amerans With Dlablbes Act persons needing a
spedal aoummdaton to participate in th pcI eeng should coItact
Court Admin aton no later than seven days pnor the proceeding at
250 N Country Club Dnve, ort St Luce, Floda 34986 17728074370
rthln woing d u r edlpt of this ,oce. IF YOU ARE HEAR-
ING IMPAIRED CL 1800.95.8771; IF YOU ARE VOICE IMPAIRED CALL
1800 95.8770
321705 ON 5/22,29;6/5,12/09

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
2009TD014
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that DENTON n LLC the holder of the fol-
lowing certfIate has filed sad certate(s) or a tax deed to be sued
thereon. The certate number and year of nuance, the decrpon of
the property, and the name(s) n which it was asesd are a foll
Cerhfcate No 261 Year of Issuance June-01-207
Desnpfion of Propert LOT P OF TRACT 27 E1/2 OF E1/2 OF S1/2
OF 51/2 OF TRACT 27 13 34S 33E
1-13-34-33-OAOO-00027-POO
Said property being n the County of Okeechbee, State of Flonda
Names in hch asssseed:
EDND L PHELPS
Unless ertificate shall be redeemed according to law, the property n
such certficate shall be sold to the hghet bidder at the Okeechobee
County Judloal Center ur Assembly Room, 312 NW 3rd Street, Okeecho
bee, Florida a 1000 AM., on the 200 day of une, 2009.
SUBJECTTO CURRENTTAXES
SHARON ROBERTSON, CLEK OF CIRCUIT COURT
Okeece county, Floda
// Sand Lra. CreA
NOTICE REGARDING THE ANERICANS WITH DISOBILITIEs ACT OF 1990;
In accordance with the Aimencans Wth Dlsables A, persons needing a
spedal ammodatlon to partcite in th pin eedlng should co tact
Court Adminstaton no later than seen days pnor te breeding at
250 NW Country Club Dnve, ort St Luce, Floda 34986 1 7728074370
wthan two woing days you reelpt of this lot. IF YOU ARE HEAR-
ING IMPAIRED CALL 1800.95.8771; IF YOU ARE VOICE IMPAIRED CALL
1800 955.8770
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that VERONA v LLC the holder of the fol-
loong certdicate has hed said cerfcate(s) for a t deed to be iued
thereon. Te ceicate number and year of auae, te deonpton of
the property, and the mnm(s) in which t wa assessed are as folls:
Cerficte No, 302 Year of Issuance: 3une-01-2007
DeFo in of Property LOT KOF TRACT 16 E/2 OF 1/2 OFN1/2
OF 1/2 OF TRACT 16 14 34S 33E
Said property being In the County of Okeechbe, State of Floda
Name ) in whh assessed

Unless sad ertficate shall be redeemed accord to law the property in
such certlfate shall be sold to the Ighest bidder at te Okeehebee
Court Judical Center, Jury emly Room, 312 NW 3rd Steet, Okeho-
bee, r da at 10:00 A.., on the th day of I une 20
SURECT TO CURRENT TAXES
SHARON ROBERTSON, CLEK OF CIRCUIT COURT
Okeechobee County Florda
/s/ anda L reech
NOTICE REGARDING THE AMERICANS WH DISABILITIES ACT OF 1990,
In accomdae wth ue e Amerans w DOsabIle Act, peo needing a
special accommodaton to partIcpate n this proceed should contact
Court Administration no later than seven days pnor to e proeding at
250 NWCouy Club Dnve, Prt St Lu, onda 34986, 1,772.8074370
n tw o wot ng days ofyour r pt of th note. IF YOU ARE HEAR-
ING IMPARIED CALL 1800.95.8771; IF YOU ARE VOICE IMPAIRED CAL
1,800955,87
321713 ON 5/22,29;6/5,12/0

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
2009TD037
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that VERONA v LLC the holder of the fol-
long certcate has hled aid cerbficates) for a tax deed to be issued
thereon. e certificate number and year of uase, the denpton of
the pperty, and the ne(s) in whu h it wa assessed are as follows:
Cerficte No, 272 Year of Issuane: 3une-01-2007
Desriptlon of Poperty: LOT F OF TRACT 31E1/2 OF W1/2 OF 11/2
OF N1/2 OF TRACT 3113 34S 33E
1-13-34-33"0ACO-00031-FOO
Said property being In the County of Okeechbee, State of Forda
Name(s in whh assessed,
Edea wCALLAed

Unless said ceficate shall be redeemed acodngto law, the property in
such certcate all be sold to e highest bidder at the Okeechobee
Court Judicial Center, JuryAsemly Room, 312 N 3rd Set Okeecho-
bee, orda at 10:00 A.M., on the 25th day of une0 .
SUBJECT TO CURRENT TAXES
SHARON ROBETSON, CLEK OF CIRCUIT COURT
Okeechobee County Floda
s/Sanda L. COeech
NOTICE REGARDING THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT OF 1990,
In accodae n ath re Amerclns w Dabr A, peo needing a
special accmmodaon o participate in this proceedinl should contact
Court Administration later than seen days por to e proceeding at
250 NWCouy Club Dnve, Prt St Lu, onda 34986, 1,772.807,4370
wl to w ng days your r pt of ths noe. IF YOU ARE HEAR-
ING IPARIED CALL 1800.95.8771; IF YOU ARE VOICE IMPAIRED CAL
1 800 955 8770
32170 ON 5/2229,6/5,12/09

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
2009TD034
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that VERONA V LLC the holder of the fol-
lowong certdbcate h das f aid icerbfcate(s) for a t deed to be issued
thereon. Te cesficate number and year of Iuarse, he denpton of
the pperty, and the nae(s) in which it was assessed are as follows:
Ceortate No 16 Year of Issuance, June-01-2007
Deripion of Property LOT D OF TRACT 24 W1/2 OF W1/2 OF
N1/2 OF N1/2 OF TRACT 24 11 34S 33E
1-11-34-33-OA00-024-DOCO
Said property being In the County of Okeechobee, State of Florda
Names) in wheh assessed,
SANDRA 3OHNSON
Unless said certificate shall be redeemed accordngto law, the property in
such certicate sall be sold to the highest bidder at the Okeechobee
Couy UcCenter, ury Assembl Room 312NW3rd Street, Okheo-
bee,orda at 10:00 A.M, on the 2th of Ju 2009
SUBJECT TO CURRENT TAXES
SHARON ROBERTSON, CLEK OF CIRCUIT COURT
Okeechobee Count, Florda
i s/andra L. Ceech
NOTICE REGARDING THE AMERICANS WIr DISABILITIES ACT OF 1990,
In accordance fth the Amencans Wlt Dlsabllles Act, perso needing a
special ammodaton to participate In this proceeding should Ocntact
Court Administration no later than seven days pnor to e proceeding at
250 NW Couny Club Dnve, Prt St Lu, onda 34986, 1,772.8074370
wahln two wong days of your reept of ths noe. IFYOU AREHEAR-
ING IPARIED CALL 1800.95.877; IF YOU ARE VOICE IMPAIRED CAL
1800955 8770
321694 ON 5/22,29,6/5,1209


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED


OFTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that WINDER VI UC the holder of the fol
ng certfcate has fled aid erhcate(s) for a tax deed to be iSSue
eren. The cerfitae numb and year of I ae, the deoptn o
e property, and de names) in whid It wa asesed are as follo:
erticate No. 92 Year of Issuance une-01-2007
escrlphon of Property L TRIACT 1 W12 OF E1/2 OF S1/;
IF N1/2 OF TRACT 110 34S 33E
1-10-4-33*OAO-000 1-GO00
id property being In re County of Okeechobee, State of Forda
bames) in whfb assossed
GILDAMOLTOMER
Winless said certdcate shall be redeemed according to la, the propnertn
ch cerficate shall be sold to the highest bldde at the OeRhob
ountyJudical Cener, Jury AsI mbl Room, 312 NW 3rd Street Okeecho
ee, londa at 10:00 A.M, on 0he 2 day of Jun' 2009.
SUBJECT TO CURRENT TAXES
HARON ROBERTSON CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
llreebee County, FRonda
/ dSandra V e h
OTICE REGARDING THE AMERICANS WH DISABILITIES ACT OF 1990
n accordance wh the ,Arencans With sbl es Ct, per s rreedng i
pecal aornmdaion to participate In this proceedings should ntc



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NOTICE OF A PUPlATION FOR TAX DEED
2009TD036
SOnCE IS HEREy GIVEN that VERONAV LLC t he 1p 0 dr o the fol
weng cerbficate has filed traid erhtate(s) f0 a tx deed to be issie
he property, and e names) in whldl It was assessed are as flowse:






ame(s) in wh assessed
14CHAEL DAVINO
Winless said cerficae shall be redeemed according to la, the property Ir
uch cerbficadte shall be sold to the highest blr at the Obeechobe
bounty udical Center, ury Assermby Room, 312 NW 3rd Seet, Okeecho
ee, Honda at 10:00 A.M, on the 25th day of ne, 209
UBJE TOCURRENT TAXES
iHARON ROBERTSON, CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
ikehobee Cou onty, oda
21 OSandra L. 296/5eech
ONCE REGARDING THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILTES ACT OF 1990
n acerdane wVh the Amencans With asablle Act, person needing i
urt Adminbtraon n later tan seven day pr to the proceding a
:50 NW County Cub Drve, PorSt Luce, Flonda 346, 1.7728071.437
Wthin two orkrng days ofyo ree ptof ths notice. IF YOU ARE HEAR





bep r s ClaEOssrss n e
TNG IPARIED CALL 1.80095S.8771; IF YOU ARE VOICE IMPAIRED CALl
2.800 155 8770


NOTICE OF APUCATION FOR TAX DEED

2OC9T028
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that WINDER V L.C the holder of the fol
Ilng cerdficate as led said erthcate(s) for a tax deed to be issre
herein. The certlcate number and year of sasane, the descpton o
he property, and the name(s) in which t wa asessd are as flows:

certlicte No, 173 Year of Issua ne une-1-2
DesriptlonofPropaerte:; LOT K OF TRiACT 26 EV2 OF WS 2 OF Nel;
OF Sl/2 OF TRACT 26 1134S 33E
1-Oh11-34-33OAi0 0002-K000
id property in the County of Oeeho State of orda
Names in wh.h assed



Snles said erf shall be redeemed according to lab the property ir
Auch crbficate o hall be old to the hI est blder at the Oechobe
:o budcalcICente Jury Assemb Room 312 NW3rdStLperteOcl
Ib, Voda at 10:u r.M.e, on Ste arh da of 3un 12009. 047

SUBJECT TO CURRENT TAXES r ptote .IFO EHE

iHARON ROBERTSON, CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
80eehobee County, oda
/ VSandra L. Oeech
OTICE REGARDING THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT OF 1990
n accordane wilh the Amencans With Disabllts Act, perIs nedg i
pecal abcmrmdaion to participate in this pmceeding should ntac
ourt Adminstrabon no later than seven days prr to the proceeding a
250 NW Coungy Club Drve, Pot SLue, Flonda 34936, 1.772,807.437(
rthin tw rking No. o Yrre of thIs nice. IF YOU E HE
NG IMPRIED CAH I.80 95S 8O ; IF YOU ARE VOICE IMPAIRED CALl
121696 ON 5/22,29,6/5,12/09


Mlmf~m;l:





May 29, 2009




NOTICE OF APPLICATION MR TAX DEED
-l -


20091D020
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that DENTON LL the holder of the fol-
lowing cerbfcate has filed sid cercates) for a tax deed to be issued
theeon. The cet t n-mber and ear ofuance the den of
the propertyth e name(s) In which It was dasessed a re a follow:
Cerdiate No: 7 n Year ofIssuan Ju 01-2007
DO riptn of property LOTG OFTRCT 31 W/2OF E1/2OF S1/2
OF N1/2 OF TRACT 31 25 34 33E
1-25-34-33-OAO000W31-G000
Said property being n the County of Oeechbee State of Flonda
Names) in wh ch assessed.
WAKEMANBKING
Unless said erthcate shall be redeemed accding to law, the property
slh erfiote shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Okeechobee
County uddal Center, Jury embly Room, 312 NW 3rd Seet, Okeecho-
bee, Florda at 1000 A.M., on the 25 day of une, 2009
SUBJECT TO CURRENT TAXES
SHARON ROBERTON, CLERK OF CIRCUITCOURT
Okeechobee County, Forida
/s/Sandr L. C h
NOTICE REGARDING THE ERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT OF 1990,
In aordane with the Amerhran With Dlabtles Act, perons needing a
special .rmomda on to part cpateo in fhi preceding should conta
Court Adnstratn no later than seven daYS pir to the promeedng at
50 NW Country Club Dne, ort St e, Flnda 3496,1.772,8074370
within two rkgdays of yr re t of t not. IF YOU ARE HEAR-
ING IMPARIED CA 1800.95S.771; IF YOU ARE VOICE IhPAIRED CALL
1,300 55.8770
321145 ON 5/22,,6/5,12/0

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
2009T1D011
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVE that CRYSTAL I LC the holder of the fol-
lwing cetficate has field said cerod cates) for a tax deed to be issued
thereon. The .ert te number and ear oftuanee the derrpltmn of
the property, and oe nme(s) In whh t was messed are a follow:
Certdifate No: 665 Yearof Issuance, une-01-2007
De nriptmnof Property LOTO OF TRACT23 1/2 OF E/2 OF 1/2
OF Sl/2 OF TRACT 23 23 34 33E
1-23-34-33-OAO 00023-O 0
Said property being n the County of Oeechbee State of Flonda
Names in which assessed.

Uness said certflcate shall be redeemed according to law, e property in
such certifiat shall be d to the highest bidder at the OkeeDobe
County JudldalCenter, Jury sembly Room, 312 NW3rd Seet, Okeenha-
bee, Florda at 1000 A.M., on the lth day of June, 2009
SUBJECT TO CURRENT TAXES
SHARON ROBERTSON, CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
Oeechobee County, Florda
Isr Robin PFarrn
NOTICE REGARDING THE AERICANS WTH DISABILITIES ACT OF 1990,
In aordane with the Ameran With Dablltlres Act perons needing a
special .mrmodamon to partpate in this proceeding should contact
Court Admnbaton no later than seven days pir to the promeedng at
50 NW Country Club Dne, rt St. e, Flnda 3496,1.772,8074370
within two rklngdaysn ofyour reept of th note. I YOU ARE HEAR-
ING IPARIED CA. 1800.95.771; IF YOU ARE VOICE IhPAIRED CALL
1800 955.8770
320966 ON 5/15,22,29,6/5/09

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
209TD51
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ELLA nI LLC the holder of the foWlw-
ng cernhgate has file sad certhcae(sr) for a tax deed to be sued there-
on. The erficate number and year of i uan the denpon of the
popery, and the name(s) in whh it w a are as follo
Cert fiate No: 748 Yearofhssuance, June1-2007
Descriptmn of Propert LOT HOFTRACT8 E/2OF E1/2OFS1/2OF
N1/20F RACT 25I34 33E
1-25-34-33-OA0-00008- O0OO
Said property being In the County of Okeechoe State of Flonda
Names) in whrh assessed.
LYNAE BAlNA'nTH D'SA
Unless said certflcate shall be redeemed acordrng to law, e property n
such certfi0te shall be old to the highest bidder at the Okeeobe
County JudalCente, Jury Assembly Room, 312 NW 3rd Seet, Okeecho-
bee, ,Roda at lO:00 A.M., on the 25th day of une, 2009.
SUBJECT TO CURRENT TAXES
SHARON ROBERTSON, CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
Okeechobee County, Florda
/s/ Sandre L. Creeh
NOTICE REGARDING THE AMERICANS WITH DIS CITIES ACT OF 1990;
In accordane with the Amerans With Dlsablutes Act persons needing a
special r, cmmodaCton to artate in his proceeding should contact
Court Adminiratn no later than seven dayr prr to the p0 g at
250 NW Country Club Dve, Fort St L Flnda 3496,1.772,8074370
within two 0rkng 0,days ofyour r ipt ofI th note. IF YOU ARE HEAR-
ING VARIED CA 1800.95.8771; IF YOU ARE VOICE IMPAIRED CALL
1800 955.8770
321191 ON 5/22,29,6/5,12/09


i


Unss said ertfiate shall be redeemed acorng to law, the property
such cet cate shall be sld to the hghest b 0dder at the Okeehobee
County dcia Center, u sembly Room, 312NW 3rd Street Okeecho-
bee, Flnda at 1000 A.M., on the 18 day of June, 2009.
SUBECTTO CURRENT TAXES
SHRON ROBERTSON, CERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
OkeeDhobee County, lrda
/ RRobin R. Pamsh
NOTICE REGARDING THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT OF 1990;
In accordance wth the Amerons Wrlh Dabbiles Act peron needing a
gpoial ammodaion to padpate in this proceeding shuld nac
Court A nlran no later than seven days prr to the preedng at
50 NW Countr Club Dn, Port St LuOe, Flrnda 3496,1,772,807,4370
withim two ng days ofyour rept of this notice. IF YOU ARE HEAR-
ING IMARIED CL 180.955 877; IF YOU ARE VOICE IMPAIRED CALL
1800.955.8770
3268 ON 5/15,22,29,6/5/09

NOTICE OF I ATION FOR TAX ED
2009TD006
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that CRYSTAL I LC he holder of the fh-
mwing cerhfiate has filed s erhate(s) for a tax deed to be sued
there. Te eOflcate number and year of s ne, the desrptlo of
the property, and the names) in whh it wa assessed are as follow:
Cerbficate No, 63 Year of Issuance, June-01-2007
Descrptonof Property: LOTSCANDDOFTRACTS El/2OFW1/2OF
N1/2 OF N1/2 OF TRACTS AND Wll OF W1/2 OF N1/02 OF N1/2
OF TRACT 5 09 345 33E
109-34-33-OAOO00005-CMO
Said p erty being in e Count of Okeehobee, State of Floida
Nae(s) n which passed:
Unless said erficate shall be redeemed ordng to law, t he r Oper in
sudh cercat shall be sold to the hhest bdder at the Okeedhabee
County dciaI Center, Ju aembly Room, 312 NW 3rd Street eet Okeeho-
bee, Fda at 1000 A.M., on the 18th day o June, 00
SUBJECTTOCURRENTTAXES
SHARON ROBERTSON, CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
OkeeDhobee County, Foda
/s/ Robin R. Parrsh
NOTICE REGARDING THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT OF 1990;
In accordane with the Amercns Wlh ablbiles Act, person needing a
speal = mmodafion to pa, d pate in this proceeding should tac
Court A nlran no later than seven days prr to the pmreedng at
50 NW Country Club Dnve, Port St Luae, Flrinda 3496,1,772,807,4370
withintwo 0 ngg days of0your re 0pt of this n,. IF YOU ARE HEAR-
ING IMPARTED CL 1800 5 8771; IF YOU ARE OICE IMPAIRED CALL
1800
320961 ON 5/15,22,29,6/5/09

NOTICE OF AI CATION FOR TAX EED
200STD008
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that CRYSTAL I LLC the holder of the fol-
wing cerhcate has filed said cerDcate(s) for a tax deed to be issued
therein. The etflcate number and year of 0lsunce, the descrptlo of
the property, and the name() n whih it wn assessed are as follo:
Cerficate No 614 Year of Issuane June-01-200
Desrpton of Propety: LOTOFTRACT29Wl1/2OFE1/2OFSl/2
OF N1/OF / F TRACT 29 2 34S 33E
1-22-34"33-OAOO00029q'GBOO
Said poprty being in the County of Okeechoee, State of Florida
Namers in which assessed:
HAZEL E BARNES ESTATE


Unless said erificate shall be redeemed aordng to law, the roperty In
suh cerbfiat shall be sold to the hghet bdder at the Okeeohbee
Cou Jdcial Cente, Jur AsembRoom, 312 NW 3rd Street, Okeecho-
bee, londa at 10:00 A.M., on the 18 Ay of June, 209.
SUBJECT TOCURRENT TAXES
SHARON ROBERTSON, CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
Okeehohbe County, Forda
I/, Robin R. Parnrh
NOTICE REGARDING THE AMERINS WITH DISABILITIES ACT OF 1990
In acordance with the Amenos W Dhabllbs Act, person needing a
speoal ammo daion to parldpate in this proceeding should 0n0a
Court A nlsran no later than seven days pr to the proceeding at
250 NW Countr Club Dnve, Port St Lue, Flrida 34986,1,772,807,4370
wthtwo ng darys oyour rept of this notice. IF YOU ARE HEAR-
ING IMPARTED CL 1800955 77; IF YOU ARE VOICE IMPAIRED CALL
1800.955s 770
320978 ON 5/15,22,29,6/5/09


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SHARON ROBERTON, CLRKOF CRCUIT COURT
Okeehoabee County, Flonda
/s/Sandra L.
NOTICE REGARDING THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT OF 1990,
In aordane th the Amerns th Oe h D0sablmn0 es Act0, perAmo needing a
pedal aroommodatn to paticipate in this promeding hold ontact
Court Adminsha no n o lr a en da pnor to the roeeding at
250 NW Couny Club Drve Por St, Luae, Flonda 34986,1 772 807.430
w0n two ring dayn s oforcet f this nobce. IF YOU ARE HAR-
ING IMPARIED CLL 1.00 955.8771 IF YOU RE VOICE IMPAIRED CALL
1,800,955 8770
321124 ON 5/22,29;6/5,12/09

NOTICE OF APPUICATION FOR TAX DEED
2009TDO50
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ELLA II LL0C the holder of the follow
ing crtfi has filed said etficates) for a tax deed to be ssued there
on. e certcate number and year of suance, the derpton of the
property, and the name(s) in whh it was asssed a a follo
Cerhfiate No 710 Year of suane, June-.01-2700
Desnpton f Poperty LOT I OFTRACT 6 E1/2 OF E1/2 OF N1/2
OF S1/2 OF TRACT 16 2434S 33E
1--34-33-A0100"0016-IO3 3
Said proper being in the County of Oheechobee, State of orida
Names inwhic ae ,

Unless said certificate shall be redeeed wording to law, theopert in
suh erficate shall be sold to te tghest bidder at the Okeecbee
County Judicl Center, ury Assembly Room, 312 NW 3rd Street Okeech0-
bee, Flnda at 10:00 .M, n the 25th day of une, 209.
SUBJECT TO CURRENT TAXES
SHARON ROBERTON, CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
Okeeohee County, Flonda
s/ Sandra L. Creech
NOTICE REGARDING THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT OF 1990,
In aordane th the Amerns th Oe h Drsaban W mes Act, perOmr needing a
spedal acommodatn to participate in this proedng should intact
Court Adminaon no later than seven days pnor to the proceeding at
250 NW County Club Drve, Por St, Luae, Flonda 34986,1772 807.4370
w n tworkingdays ofyour receipt of ths notice. IF YOU ARE HEAR-
ING IMPARIED CALL 1.800 95.8771; IF YOU ARE VOICE IMPAIRED CALL
1800 955 8770
321192 ON 5/22,29,6/5,12/09

NOTICE OF APPUICATION FOR TAX DEED
2009TDO4S
NOTIaCE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ELLA Iu LLC the holder of the follow-
ing cert000t has filed said eficat) for a tax deed to e issued there
on. The certcate number and year of suance, the derptn of the
proper, and the me(s) n whch it was asssed ar a follo
Certfiate No 644 Year of Issuane, Jne-01-2007
Denpton of rope LOT I OF TRACT 14 El/2 OF El/2 OF N1/2
O10/2 OF TRACT 14 23 345 33E
1-23-34-33-OAOO-00014-IO00
Said properly beina in the County of Ohechobee, State of orida


HNames nwhichassessed,
WN S N BADNATH
Unless said certfite shall be redeemed wording to law, the proert in
such erddcate shall e sold to the highest bidder at the Okeechobee
County Judal Center, urAsembly Room, 312NW 3rd Street Okeecho-
bee, Fonda at 10:00A.M., on the 5th daly of ne 2009.
SUBJECT TO CURRENT TAXES
SHARON ROBERTSON, CLERK OF IRCIT COURT
Okeeohee County, Flonda
s/ Sandra L Creech
NOTICE REGARDING THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIE AT OF 1990;
In accordance th the Amencns Wt DOeatlls t persons needing a
pedal accommodatn to participate in this proeding should ntact
Court Adminraon no later than seven days pnor to the proeeding at
250 NW County Club Drve, Port St, Luae, Floda 34986,1772 807.4370
th twoong daysofyr receipt of ths noce IF YOU ARE HEAR-
ING IMPARIED CALL 1.800 959.8771; IF YOU ARE VOICE IMPAIRED CALL
18 9001158770
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NOTIaE OF A MPPLCATION FOR TAX NEED
2009TD010
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that CRYSTAL I LC h holder of the foh-
lwing cerhicate has afild cerDhcate() for a tax deed to be sued
theen. The eflcatle number and year of sunce, the desrptl of
the property, and the names) n h whc a assessed are as fll
Cerfcate No 661 Year of Issuance: June-01-2007
De orion of Property: LOT D OF TRACT 23 W1/2 OF W1/2 OF N1/2
OF N1/2 OF TRACT 23 23 34S 33E
1-23-3433-OAO"00023-DO0
Said pprty being in e County of Okeechobee, State of Florda
Name()in wchassessed:
EOANEZORI


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NOTICE OF APPUICATION FOR TAX DEED
2009W1122
NO-C1E IS HEREBY GIVEN that DENEON LLC the hoder of the fol-
Iowg cerfte hs fied ad cer s) fo a ta deed to be issued
thereon. 0 e cerficate number and year of ira e, the despon of
the popet, and the names n whRh it w a d are oo
Cerficate No O Year of Issuance., une-01-2007
Decnpon of Prperty LOT DOFTRACT1 W1/20 F1/2 F N1/2
OF N11/2 OF TRACT 012734S 33E
1-27-34+33-OAOO'00001-D0OO
Said ppey being in the Cunty of Oheechobee, State of Rorda
Name sin whic assessed,
ROBERT LRE PASS
Unless sad certlicat shall be redeemed according to law, the property in
such ertficate shall be ld to the highest bddeCrat the Okeechobee
County udil Center, Jury Assembly Room, 312 NW 3rd Street Okeech0-
bee, Flnda at 10:00 A.M, on the 25th dayof June, 209
SUBJECT TO CURRENT TAXES


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
2009m012
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that CRYSTAL I LLC the holder of the fol-
wing certficate has ild said cerfiate( for a tax deed to be msued
hereon. The cerficate number and year of iuan, the desmnpton of
he propet, and the names n whih It was aesed ae as fows
erbtfte No. 677 Year of Isuane, June-01-2007
tesnpn of ro eortoy OTL ACT 2W1 /2OF W1/2 OF 1/2
F S/2 O TRACT 02 24 34S 33E
1-14- 33-OAO-00002-LO0
aid property being in the County of Okehobee, State of Rorda
lam) in whh assessed
:ENEAR hOISE
nless said ertfute shall be redeemed acordng to law the property in
uch cer"tfiate shall be old to the highest bidder at the Okechobee
county Judlal Center, Jury Asemy Room, 312 NW 3rd Street, Okeho-
ree, Flrdd at 10'00 A on the 18th day of une 2009
UBJEECT TO CURRENTTAXES
IHARON ROERTSON, CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
Ikeechobee County, Fonda
s/Robn R. Parrsh
NOTICE REGARDING THE AMERICANS WITI DISABILTTES ACT OF 1990,
n ordance wnhd the Amnerans With Dsablite Act, persons needing a
plal a~oammodatmn to participate n ti proceeding should contact
court Adminstratn no laterthan seen e ys d or to the proeeding at
O5 NW Counoy o ub Dr e, Port St Luc, oda 3498 1,7 72,8074370
whrn te wo rng day ofyour ept of this notice. I'YO ARE HEAR-
NG IMPARIED CALL 1.800 955.8771; IF YOU ARE VOICE IMPAIRED CALL
.800,955,8770
10963 ON 5/15,2,229;/5/09




NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ELLA MI LLC the hoer rollore
ng certfidate has filed said oerhcate) for a tax deed to be issued there-
in. Te erlbficate number and year of iuane, the desrnpon of the
property, and the names) in which it ws assessed ar as follow:
ertfihte No, 67 Year of Iuance: June-01-2007
esnpron of Proprerty LOT H OF TRACT 22 El2 OF E1/2 OF S1/2
rF N1/2 OF TRCT 22 123 34 3E
1-23-34-33OAO-00022-H000
id property being in the County of Okehobee, State of Rorda
lame(s) in whh assessed
IIC MES AL SWLLC
inle said certcate shall be redeemed according to law, the property in
uch erthfiate hall old to the hghe be idder at mte Orkeehotee
county ludical Center, Jury Ase ly Room, 312 NW 3rd Street, Okecho-
ee, Florida at 10:00 A.M., on the 025h day of June, 2009.
OBJECT TO CURRENT TAXES
SHARON ROBERTSON, CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
keechbee Count, Flonda
s/ Sandra L Creech
NOTICE REGARDING THE AMERICANS WITI DISABILITIES ACT OF 1990,
n a rdae weth the Amnercns With Dsabiite Act, persons needing a
peclal aommodatm to participate in ths proceeding should ontact
urt Administraion no later than sevn e days or to the proceeding at
50 NW County Oub Dro, Port St LUe, lorda 3498 1,772,807,4370
thrn twoorBng days ofyour roeipt of this noice. IFYOU ARE HEAR-
NG IMPAIRED CALL 1.800 955.8771; IF YOU AE VOICE IMPAIRED CALL
.800 955 8770
121195 ON 5/22,29;6/5,12/09

NOTICE OF APIUCATION FOR TAX DEED
2009T11013
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that DENTON II LLC the holder of the fol
ng ceroicate has fled said certhate(s) for a tax deed to be iSrue
hereon. The certhdate numb and year of ssarne, the denptn ot
he property, and the name(s) in whdl I wat assed are as folow:
:ertdficte No, 234 Year of Issuance: June-r01-2007
eriptlon of Property: LOT B OF TRACT 16 W1/2 OF El/2 OF N1/;
OF 1/2, OF T MACET 1613 345 33E
1-13-34-33OAO-00016-BO00
aid property bein In the County of Okeechob, State of Rorda
&ame(s) in whb assessed
E C HOES & REALTY SW LLC
AJESTIC HOMES & REALTY SW LLC
unless said certiate shall be redeemed according to la, the property r
uch certificate shall be old to the highest bidde at the O behob
nty Jdicil Center, y Assembly Room, 312 N 3rd Street, Okeecho
see, 0tdo at 1000 A.M., on te 25th day of June, 2009.
UBJECT TOCURRENT TAXES
SHARON ROBERTSON, CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
3ehobee Count, Ronda
s/ Sandra L. Oeeh
OTICE REGARDING THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT OF 1990
n acrdane with the Amenani With Dsabiier Act peos needing
peal arccrmodaon to part pafe in this proceeding should onta
court Admnsrabon no later than seven days pro to the prceeng a
!50 NW Coury ub Dr, Pot t Lu-e, Flonda 3496, 1.T172.070A371
thm two U ig days of yo receipt ofthis otre. IFYOUAE HEAR
NG IARIED CALL 1 800 955 8771; IF yOU ARE VOICE IMPAIRED CAL
,.800,9558 770
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te ety a th e p me(s) n whC h t ws aissesed ae as foIllow:
CertiBoate NO: 260 Yearofssuance, ne-1-2007
DeOlriptn of propr LOT GOF TRAC26 W1/2 OF E1/2 OF /2
OF Ni/2 OF TRACT 26 133 34S 33E
1-13-34-33-OAO000e26-G000
Said proper being in he County of Okeechobee, State of Ronda

HARW TOD E READ
WAYNE C READII m
Unless said cerficate shall be redeemed according to law,the property in
such ctificate shall be sold to the highest bidder at Oe Okeechobee
County udldal Center, Jury Aaembly Room, 312 NW 3rd Seet Oeeho-
bee, Floria at 10:00 A.,., on the 1t dy of une, 009.
SUBJECT TO CURRENT TAXES
SHARON ROBERTSON, CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
Okehobee County, Forda
i/ Robin R. Farnsh
NOTICE REGARDING THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT OF 1990;
In ahardan with themerit h Dasablites Ac persons needing a
special aomwnmodaeon to papate in this proceeding should contact
Court Adminratn no ter than seven days prr no the proceeding at
250 NW Country Club Dnel, rt St. Lue, Flnda 3496, 772807.4370
within two W dring days of your recipt ofths tce IFYOU ARE HEAR-
ING IMPARIED CALL 1 800.955.8771, IF YOU ARE VOICE IMPAIRED CALL
1.800.955.8770
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX EED
20rTD019
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that DENTN IE n LLC the holder of the fol-
lo ng erficate has filed aid cefes) for a tax deed to be sued
then The rtificate numberand year of isane, thederiptlon of
the property, and the names) in which it was assessd are as fllows'
Certlficate No: 336 Yearof Issuance: June01-2007
Despbon of Property LOT L OF TRACT 14 W1/2 OF W1/2 OF N1/2
OF S1/2 OFTRACT 1415 34S 33E
1-15-34-33-OA0-OOO0-LOO
Sad po perty being in the County of Okeehobee, State of honda
Names) n which assessed:
ANURAG TRIPATHI
LINE TTE DSA
Unless said certficte shall beall redeemed acrding to law, e pmperty i
such ceraicae shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Okeemdobee
County Judmal Center Jury Asembi Room, 312 NW 3rd Street, Okeecho-
bee, Flonda at 10:0 N., on the th day of June, 2009.
SUBJECT TO CURRENT TAXES
SHARON ROBERTSON, CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
OkeechobeeCounty, Fonda
/s/Sandra L Creech
NOTICE REGARDING THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT OF 1990;
n accordance with the Americans With DoilibeS Act, persons needing a
special acommedaton to partdpate in th proceeding should contact
Court Administrabon no late than ven dayspr tothe pceedng at
250 NW Country C ub Dnve, Por St Lude, oda 34986, 17728074370
within two deng days of your receipt of this notice. IF YOU ARE HEAR-
ING IMPARIED CALL 1,800,955 8771, IF YOU ARE VOICE IMPAIRED CALL
1.800.955.8770
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NOTICEOF APPLICATION FORTAX DEED
20/9000/17
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that DENTON T LLC the holder of the fd-
Iing rtflcate has filed aid ernfcate(s) for a ta deed to be bosued
thereon The certiecate number and year of issuance, the desriipton of
the property, and the names) n which t was assessed are as folloWS
Certficate No: 281 Year of Issuance: une-01-2007
Desnpbon of Property LOT K OF TRACT 4 El/2 OF W1/2 OF N1/2
OF 1/2 OFTRACT 414 34S 33E
1-14-34-33-OAo0-00004-KOOO
Said property being in the County of Okeehobee, State of Honda
Names) in which assessed:
RIPRO HOMES INC A FLORDA CORPORATION
SABINE PAUL
Unless said certficte shall e all be redeemed according to law, e property in
suc cerhficate shall be sold to the hlghet bidder at the Oeehobee
County udcal Center, ury Assembly Room, 312 NW 3rd Street, Oeecho-
bee, onda at 10:00 AM, on thm 25th day of J rune 2009.
SUBJECT TO CURRENT TAXES
SHARON ROBERTSON, LERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
Okeechdeobee County, Fonda
/0 Sandra L Creech
NOTICE REGARDING THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT OF 1990;
In accordane with te Amencans With Dabillb Act, pe need a
peatl .mmou datn m to pao.pate in the ereedng shold conact
Court Adminstraon no later than ve days pnA the poceedong at
250 NW Coun"y Club Dnveo Por St Lude, Floda 34986,1 7728074370
within two working days of our receipt of this nobe. IF YOU ARE HEAR-
ING IMPARIED CALL 1.800.955.8771; IF YOU ARE VOICE IMPAIRED CALL
1.800.955.8770
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
209TD016
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that DENTON n LC the holder of the fol-
lowing cerfcate has fled said certlats) for a tax deed to be sued
thereon. e certate number and year of uance, the derlpton of
the property, and the names) n which it was ass ed are a foll
Cerhfcate No 20 Year of Issuance, une-O1-2007
Desripon of property LOT OF RACT W/2 OF W/2 OF S/2
OF N/12 OFTRACT 4 14 340 33E
Said property beng in the County of Okeehobee, Sate of Flonda
Nam s inwhch assessed:
APRIL BROWN
Unless sai! certificate shall be redeemed accodng to law, the pmpery in
such ertifate shall be old to be hlghe bidder at the Okeechobee
County udidal Center, Jury embly Room, 312 NW 3rd SOeet Okeecho-
bee, Flonda at 10:00 A.., on the 2lth day of lunde 2000.
SUBJECT TO CURRENTTAXES
SHARON ROBERTSON, CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
Okeeo boeeo County Florda
// Sandra L Creeh
NOTICE REGARDING THE AMERICANS WITH DABILITIES ACT OF 1990
In accordance with the Americans Wth Diabelile Act pern needing a
special accommodaton top thar p roce e g asould confta
Court Admitraton no later than sven days pnor o the preceding a
250 NW Country Club Dnve, Po St. LucO Florida 34986, .772.807.4370
withn to woderng days of yur reo pt of this otie. IF OU ARE HEAR-
ING IMPARtIE CALL 1800.955.8771, IF YOU ARE VOICE IMPAIRED CALL
1.800.955.8770
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NOTICaE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
2009TD009

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that CRYSTAL I LLC the holder of the fol-
lowing ercate has filed ad cercate(s) for a tax deed to be isued
thon The relfihcate numberand year of uane, the derrpton of
the property, and the name(S) in which war assed are as follows:
Cerhficate No: 660 Year of Issuance: Jun-01-2007
Descrpton of P property: LOTMOFTRACT 22W/2 OF W/2OF S/2
OF Sl/2 OF TRACT 22 23 34S 33E
1-23-34-33-OAO0E0022-14OO
Said property being in e County of Okeeohbe, State of lorida
Names n which sseed:
ARBS A N DAVIS
RICHARD A DAVIS
Unless sad certificate shall be redeemed ordng to aw, the property n
such ertficate shall beld to the hhot bdder at the Oke ohbee
County Jud, al Center, Jurn Assemb Room, 312 NW 3rd Street Okeeho-
bee, Fborida at 10:00 A.M., on the 1Bth day of me, 2009.
SUBJECT TO CURRENT TAXES
SHARON ROBERTSON, CLERK OF CIRCUT COURT
Okeechbee County, eorda
s/ Robin R, Pamsh
NOTICE REGARDING THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT OF 990;
In accordance with the Ameroans Wh Dsablis Act persos needing a
special adcommodabon to parbpate in this proceedegsehoulo conbta
Court Adminrstrabon later than sen days prr to rthe proceeding at
250 NW Country Club Dr, Port St Luaee Florda 13M6, 0772080704370
within two wodng days of yoeur rOcept of ths noce IF YOU ARE HEAR-
ING IMPARTED CALL 1,800955 8771, IF YOU ARE VOICE IMPAIRED CALL
180.95S.8770
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that DENTON nI LLC the holder of the fol-
ong ertfate has filed sad cetficates) for a tax deed to be ied
thereon The certOrcate nurnber ad yea of iuanre, the desCnpon of
the property, and the names) in which it was ase d are a follows
Cerfcate No' 283 Year of Iuane: lune-01-2007
DeSOnpbon of Property LOT P OF TRACT 4 El/2 OF El/2 OF Sl/2 OF
S/2 OF TRACT 4 14 34S 33E
1-Oi34-33-OAOO-00004-POOO
Said property being in the County of hobeehobee, State of Flonda
Names) in which asked:
RIPROCK HONES INC A FLORIDA CORPORI TION
SAiNE PAUL
Unless said certifcate shall be redeemed acdng to law, the property in
such ercate shall be old to the highest bidder at the Okeehobee
County Judloal Cente lur Assembly Room, 3L2 NW 3rd Stet, Okeecho-
bee, Morida at 1000 NM., on the 25th dae of Jn 2009.
SUBJECT TO CURRENT TAXES
SHaRON ROBERTSON, CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
Okeeobee County, Florida
I/Sandra L, Crech
NOTICE REGARDING THE AMERICANS WITH DSAILITIE ACT OF 1990;
In accordance with the Americans Wth Dalbe Act, persons eeding a
speoal aoommedatlon t paro n oeedng should 0conbct
Court Administration no later than sen days or t the poceedng at
250 NW Country Club Dne, Port St Lu Florida 34986, 172 8074370
thn two working days ofyour reeipt of this notice, IF YOU ARE HER-
ING IMPARIED CALL .00.955.8771, IF YOU ARE VOICE IMPAIRED CALL
800.955.8770
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200971 21
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that DENTON I LLC the holder of the tfo
Iowing cer to ha filed sad certes) for a tax deed o be issued
thereon. e cerficate number and year of irha the desrpboon of
the e names) in which it wa assessed are as follows:
Cerbhficate No 792 Year of Issuance: une-01-2007
DeB ton of Prpertyo LOTPOFRACT 3E1/2 OF E1/2 OFS/2 OF
S1/2 OF TRACT 03 26 345 33E
1-26-34-33-0A0O-O0003-PMO0
Said prpety being in the Cunty of akeechobee, Rate of Rorida
Names) inwhh assessed
MARI ASCOTT
ROBERT A SC OO
Unle sd ceficate shall be redeemed ah ordhng to law, ethe pperety in
ch ereficate shall be stld to he highest bidder at the Okeedhobe
County udicl Center, ury Assembly Room, 312 NW 3rd Street, Okeecho
bee, Flonda at O:0O A.M., on the 25th day of Iune, 2009.
SUBJECT TO CURRENT TAXES
SHARON ROBERTSON, CLERK OF RCUIT COURT
/s/ Sandra L Creech
NOTICE REGARDING THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT OF 1990
In aooedance with the Amecans With Disabilifi Act peo needing a
Cout Admnstrabon no later than seven days pnor to the proceeding at
250 NW Country Club Dre Port St. Luoe Florda 349861.772.807.4370
within two woing days ofo iur e pt oths note. IFYOU ARE HEAR-
ING IMPARTED CALL 1.800 9558771; IF YOU ARE VOICE IMPAIRED CALL
.800.955.8770
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NOTICE OF APPLCAIO1N FOR TAX DEED
2009mD45

ing srt te has filed said ertlficatef(s) For a tax deed to be sued o ere
on. hThe create number and year of suane, the dscriptn of he
property, and the me(s) n Mwhich t was assessed are as follows
Cerficate No 6 Year of Issuane: 3-01-2007
Despbon of Property, LOT I OF TACT27 E1/2OF El/2OFN1/2
OF S1/2 OF TRACT 27 22 34 33E
1-22-34-33-OAOO"00027-IO
Said property being n the County of Okeechobee, Sate of Florida
Names)n whchasssed:
UEANlE LOISEAU




LIndrA LOEAUh
Unless sada cerificate shall e e deenre d W rdng to lawair the p0 erty In





such cercatha be sol tan hen e he er at the Okeehont
County udcil Center, Jury A,1 embl y Room, 312 NW 3rd Street, Okeecho-
2bee, Florida at 00 A.M., C tChe 25th day of uorO 2009. 07
SUBJECT TO CURRENT TAXES
SHARON ROBERTSON, CLRK OF CIRCUIT COURT
Okeeh Cbrot dunty, OFndae
/SI Sandra L Ceeh
NOTICE REGARDING HE AMERICANS D I ES ACT OF 1990;
In accordance with the Amencans W.h DIsabllites Act, persons needing a
special adccommeodatn to parhpate in th proceeding should contact




Court Admstraon no later than eOrven da/s prior to the proceedings at
250 NW Country Club Drive, Port St. Lude, Florida 34986,1772 807.4370
wthn two working days of your receipt oths noe IFYOU AREHEAR-
ING IMPARoED CALL 1.800 955T771; IF YOU ARE VOICE IMPAIRED CALL
1.800,95" 8770
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-I-OOO 2009TDm 39
NOad E IS HEREBY GIVEN that VERONA V LLC the holder of e Fof olona
unlg cer sa tcae fia d certificates) fom adi tax deeld to be iued
thereon The certcate number and year issuancethe Oe pbon of
the property, and the nae(s in whh it was assesse3rd are as follows,
Cerondicate No' 333 Year of Issuance: ume-01-2007
Despbon ofErorty LOT E OF TRACTCC7 W/2 OF w/2 OF /2
OF N1/2 OF TRACT 7 IS 34S 33E
1-15-34-33-OalOO-OO7-EO0O
Said property being in the County of Okeechobee, State of Floda
Names) in which atssess





NOTICE RES1OIm TH E I W IotLOE Cr 0
LYNEIITE DSA
Unless said certificate shall e dee d according to law, thepperty in
such certeicate shall be s Toa to the highest bidder at the Okeehold bee
Coun udicalCenaten Jury Asembln Rom 3p12NW3rd Stet, Oleech
bee, londa at OnBeA.M., RnS the 5h bayof 3unu 20009
SUBJECT TO CURRENT TAXES
SHARON ROBERTSON, CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
Okeeshobee Cou nt, Ftonda
/s/ Sandra L Creeh
NOTICE REGARDING THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT OF 1990;
In accordance with the Amencans With DeabIlbes Act, persons needing a
speoal acommodat"n to partcpate e ths peedng sh"ld P= intact
250 NW Country Club Dr e, Port St Lude oloda 34986,1772 807.4370
wonh two working days of your receipt of ths nobe, IF YOU ARE HEAR-
ING IPARIED CALL 1.800.955.B771; IF YOU ARE VOICE IMPAIRED CALL
1.800.95 8770
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NOTICE OF APPLTCArIONl FOR TAX DEED
200BTD044
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ELLA m LLC the holder of the fllow-
ng cereficate has filed ad dcerhcates) for a tax deed to be issued there-
in. he erlficate number and year of ssuance, the derpbon of the
property, and the names) in which it s aassesd are as follows:
:erficate No, 597 Year of Issuance. une-01-2007
eopon of Prperty LOT KOFTRACT23 E/ F W1/2 OF N1/2
hF Sl/2 OF TRACT 23 22 345 33E
1-22-34-33-OA-00023-KOOO
id property being In the County of Okeechobee, State of Rorda
Nams) in whah assessed



ARO R UER N OFCIRCUCOURT
IONALD KRUGER I
In r sraid anrit or the sAmbe rd eden ai rdig to law,es the pedy n








eral anommodaon fto parL pte I h preedng should 0o
0u0 rthAme bao eo late thane highest bidder at the U hnoeedeg at




county udnical CeOnt er, ury O Astb Room, 312 NW 3d Steet. Obeo-
mee rlo da atg days100 oon He pt oth d oly FO ARE HE2
OBJECT TO CURRENT /ES
CRONE ROBERTSON, CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
)kEechobIe County Florida
,/ SandraeLCre i
OTICEREGARDING THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILIThES Ah oF l;
n accorldance wth the ed ad eran With Dabli for a t pdeed to e eding aere
pTheell cateoumberandarfa In o s roethedg shold ontahe
court Adnstad on no laterthan ewhnh it s a nor at teollo nat
vhi w g daysofyurreiptothsnce. Y REHR-
eNG IMPARTED CALL n 955.8771, IF YOU TR E VOICE IMPAIRED CALL
.800.95.83770
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
2009T047
TICd IS HEREBY GIVENn t C t okeLLho, St u ve holder of the fol
nlg lerate ha fil shall be reduce( r a taxor deed to labe iued mere-
in h cercate numall be Oand year ohrbduander the d pon of the
ouperty, and the name() n hh ItRoom, 31s assessed a tre a t, ollo eeo-
bee, ficate No: U N YeOra fIsuance: uned-,1-2007
Spon fPOperty LOTE OF TRACT UW/2 OF W/2 OF S
I F ,2OhF RTR EC06 23 34S 33E
1-23-34-33 fOAOO- -EOO
aid pee tyo being n the County of Od echobee, State of Floda





:Sandra OODS CreeTOK
)'NEILWOODSOCK
n e said ca icathe shall be redeemed daboding law, the pron eedin
urh erifdmate hall be old water th hghestn da bidder at the pkeeobe at
unWCudnal Cubenter, or semt yh Rorm a 312 NW 3rd Sreet, Obe23ho-
lee Flonda at 10o00n A., on thre yth of ue, 200 EA9.
UBECTTO CURRENT TAKES
HARON ROBERTSON, CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
Ikeechobee County, Florida
s/ sandra L Cree
OnTICE REGARDING THE AMERICANS WITH DIBILTIES ACT OF 1t90;
erial aeromiate ason to partdat s in for a t deeould ho be ntact











thopropertyand trhename/s)rnmhhtwaseaoedarets t omdhs
,s NW CaunO:cub 8 Dr rt Luc aa' 3un85 I.1207
NG IMPAR OED CALL OF A 955.8771, IF YOU E VOICE IMPAIRED CALL
.800.9S5.8770
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OC E OF APPLITION FOR TAX DEEDE
ITICE IS HEREBYg n the C t o OeN nhobee, Srthe of holder oe o-
mg acertate h, Iled said ceicae) r a tax deed to be eIued
hereo The certifiae shall be redand yearofsua o la, the ropeon of
he oerty, and the olname() in whi h t wa assessed ore a e obee
re, Blod at N : ., o82 arOfl of u ne 1-200 7
ARON ROBERTSON, CLER ANDOOFRC CT1T /2OFOT2
IF Sl/2 OF N12 OF TRACT 14 AN. El/ 2 OF E1/2 OF Sl2 OF

eaid property being the County of Oehobda ee, State of Forcd
lams)ndr which asCrsessed
IORICE BEACH AC OF
esl acemdfiaten tall abe redeemed aroeeding sho law, he opert n
ucrtate sll be eolater thane highest bidder at the reedholeg at
unty N Coudnal Cb entered, r st embly Room, 31 NWd 3rd rtt Oeeho
lee, Folorida at 1000 A mo., on me 5th day ofBune, REEAR
BJEC TO CURRENT TAKES
RONA ROBERTSON CALL CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
ech ON ee Count,,1 Flo0da
s/ sandra L Cree
10TICE REGARDING THE AMERICANS WIT DISABLITS ACT OF 1990;
n ar-dae woh the Amencanm With Dsabltes Ac pesonsnedg a
:pecal accmmodatd.n t parcpae in ts p ded g should c
;ourt Admini.rain no latir. than evn days, p, t the prceeding at
50 NW!Counmru ,Port St Ile, Florida 34986,17727 8074370
nioin woworn days of your reepto 'ths notice. IF YOU AE HEAR-
NG IMPARTED CALL 1.80.955.8771; IF YOU'RE VOICE IMPAIRED CALL
.800.9S5.8770
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
20O9TD030
NOTICE IS HEREBY G that VERONA V LLC the holderof the l-
loWing cerhcate has filed sd cerfiate(s) for a tax deed to be mued
th0on. The cerficate number and year of iuane, the derptlon of
the pperty, and the names) in whih 2 was assessed a a fllo :
Cerucate No, 65 Year of Isuace June-01-2007
Deanpon of Property LOTS G & H OF TRACT W 2 OF E2 OF
S1/2 OF /2 OF TRACT 5 El/2 OF El/2 OF 1/2 OF N1/2 OF
TRACT S 0 34S 33E
1--0900-33-OA- 00 0S-G 000
Said property being in the County of Okeechobee, State of Flonda
Name s)in wch aeed:
IN0S LOISEAU
MTEPHANE LOSEAU
Unle aid ceficate shall be redeemed arding to law, the pmpeorty
such cerflcate shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Okeedobee
County Jud00al Center, Jury Asembhi Room, 312 NW 3rd Street, Okeecho-
bee, Floda at 10:00 A., on the 25th day of une 2009.
SUBJECT TO CURRENT TAXES
SHARON ROBERTSON, CERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
/is/ Robin R, Pamsh
NOTICE REGARDIN THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT F 1990;
In accordance with the Amedcans With Diablhes Act, person needing a
speal acomm odatn to partpate in ths proceeding should contact
Court Admnmlsraton 1o later than een day r tothe proceeds a
250 NW Country Oub Dnve, Pr St. Lude, lRoda 34986, 72807.470
within working days of ur receipt of this noce. IF YOU ARE HEAR-
ING IMPARIED CALL 1.800.955.8771; IF YOU ARE VOICE IMPAIRED CALL
1.800.9S5.8770
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
2009TD0 43
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ELLA I LLC the holder of the fblow-
ing erifate has filed said cerflcate(s) for a tax deed to be isued the-
on The certificate numberand year of issuance, he descrpton of he
property, and the names) in whkh It was assessed are as follows,
Cerlifi.cate No: 590 Year of Iuane: lun01-2007
Derti n ofPrpet : LOTCOFTRACT19E/2 OF WI11/2OFN1/2
1-22-34-33-DA-00001 -C0001 O
Sad property being in the County of OkeechDobee, State of Flonda
Name(s) In which a0essed:
CHERYL H LOP EZ
DONALD MAVILAND
GAIL HABERMAN
JOHN R DOVINGUEZ
MILTON ArTA
Unle laid er'fcate shall be redeemed according to law, e proper in
such certificate shall he sold to thehighest der at the Okeeche
County Judaal Center, Jury Assmbly Room, 312 NW 3rd Seet, Okeeho-
bee, Florida at 10:00 A.-, on the S250 day of une, 2009.
SUBJECT TO CURRENT TAXES
SHARON ROBERTSON CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
Okeeclhobee County, orda
/s/ Sahar L, Creehd
NOTICE REGARDING THE AMERICANS WITH DISABIUTIES ACT OF 1990;
In accordance with the Aercans Wth h Ds ablles Act, pe-ons needing a
splal accomnmodabon to parpate in ths proceeding should contact
Court Admlnistratian later than even days prior to the peedlng at
250 NW Country Club vae, ort St Lucle Flonda 34986,1.772 8074370
witn two working days of yur receiptof ths noce, IF YOU ARE HEAR-
ING IMPARIED CLL 1.800.955.8771, IF YOU ARE VOICE IMPAIRED CALL
1.800.955.8770
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
2009TDO29
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN at WINDER 0 V LLC the holder of te fol-
lowing cfiae has filed aid erficate(s) for a tax deed to be iued
thereon The certidficate number and year of unace, the description of
the property, and the names in wmhs h it was asesed are as follows,
Cescate No: 2295 lear of Issuance June01-2007
Desrptn of Property: CO ATTHE W 1/4 COROF SEC17 nENCE
S 89 DEG S4 MINM 5 SEC E A DIST OF 180 Fr TO A PT LYING ON
THE ERLY R/W LINE OF NW 2ND AVE THENCE N 0 DEG 05 MC 07
SEC E A DIST OF 1113.70 FTTOAPTLYING ON THE INTERSEC-
TION OF SAID R/W LINE AND THE NRLY RII/W OF NW 5TH ST
THENCE S 89DEG 24 MIN 08 SEC E A DIST OF 134.30 FT TO A PT
TENCE N0DEG 05MIN 07 SECEADSOF 266FTTOTEPOB
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Said property being in the County of Okeechoabee, State of Flonda


Unle ad cercate shall be redeemd according to law, Pthe roper in
sh eificalte shall be T ld to the highest bidder at e Okeecho=ee
County eudldal Corder, Jury Asembly Room, 312 NW 3rd Steet, Okeedeo-
ee, Florda at 10:00 A.M., on the 25th day of 3une, 20091
SUBJECT TO CURRENT TAXES
SHARON ROBERTSON CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
Okehobee County, lorlda
/5/ Sandra L Creedh
NOTICE REGARDING THE RICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT OF 1990;
In acordan with the American With Dlablitles Ac pe ns needing a
special aommodaaon to partpate in this proceeding should contact
Court hAdmensaton no later than seven days prior to the proceeding at
20 NW Country Club Dnve, PotSt. LueFna 3 .77.807437 0
within two wrng day of your reeip of this noce IF YOU ARE HEAR-
ING IPARIED CALL 1 00.955,8771, IF YOU ARE VOICE IMPAIRED CALL
1.800.955.8
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX NEED
2oS0TD052
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ELLA m LL the holder of the follow-
ing certlcate has led said certdficate(s) for a tax deed to be sued there,
on. The etfite number and year of uane, the de-nptn of the
property, and the me(s) in which it was a_ ed are as allows'
Celtficate No, 752 Year of Issuance: )une-01-2007
Decrptn of Property: LOT OF TRAT 11 W/2 OF W1/2 OF N1/2
OF Nl/2 OF TRACT 11
1-25-34-33-0A00 -00011-D0 0
Said property being in the County of Okeechobee, State of Florida
Names) in whiMuch ee :
ALI ELIZABETH CLYMONT
LOUISE MICHELLE MITCHELL
VERONICA MCLYMONT
Unless ad certificate shall be redeemed rdng to law, the property in
such cerficate shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Okeehoee
County Judal Cente, uY A mbly Room, 312 NW 3rd Street, Okeeho-
bee, Fronda at 10:00 A.M., on the 25th day of June, 209.
SUBJECT TO CURRENT TAXES
SHARON ROBERTSON, CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
Okeechobee 0Coun 0orda
I/Sandra L CreI
NOTICE REGARDING THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT OF 990;
In accordance with the erans Wi abth ies persons needing a
Court Admanbstratlo n later than -n days prur to the proceeding at
250 NW Country Club D0,0 Port St Lue Floda 346,1.7 72 .8074370
within two woeng days of your receipt ofths noce IF YOU ARE HEAR-
ING IMPARTED CALL 1.80.955.8771 I YOU ARE VOICE IMPAIRED CALL
1800.95.8770
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TA DEED

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that RYSTA L I LLC the holder of the fol-
lowing cerSfhate has filed sad cerlc te s) for a tx deed to be issued
thereon. Te cerficate number and year of is e, e descnpbonn of
the poperty, and the name() in which it wa assessed are as follows:
Cefoficate No: 62 Year of I e: une 01,2007
Denpbon of Property LOTS A AND BOF TRAC5 E/2 OF E1/2 OF
N1/2 OF N11/2 OF TRACT 5 AND Wl/2 OF El/2 OF N1/2 OF 01/2
OF TRACT50934S33E
1-0-34-33-00 00-OOS-A00
Said property being in the County of Okeechobee, Scae of Forida
Name(s) in which assesd:
LINDAS LOISEAU
STEPHANE W LOISEAU
Unle said certificate shall be edeeed ording to law, the pperty In
such cerficate shall be sold to the highest b0dder at the Okeeeehoee
County Judlcal Center Jury Ase0mbly Room, 312 NW 3rd Street, Okeecho-
bee, Fda at 1:00 i.M., on the 18th day of Ju, 2009.
SUBJECT TO CURRENT TAXES
SHARON ROBERTSON, CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
Okeehobee County, Fonda
/I/Robin R Pamsh
NOTICE REGARDING THE AMERICANS TH DISBILITIES ACT OF 1990;
In accordance with the Amencans With Dablities Act, persons needing a
speal accommodaon to parclpate i this proceeding should contact
Court Adminlstraton no later than seven days pnor to the proceeding at
250 NW Country Club Drive, Port St Lude Forida 34986, 1772 807.4370
within two wong days of your receipt othl nobe, IF YOU ARE HEAR-
ING IMPARIED CALL 1.800.955.8771; IF YOU ARE VOICE IMPAIRED CALL
1.800.955 8770
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LEGAL NOTICE
Okeechabee County, FL, Local Board I#1678-00 HAS BEEN AWARDEE
FEDERAL FUNDS THROUGH THE AMERICAN RECOVERY AND REINVEST
1ENT ACT OF 2009 ARRAYA FOR THE EMERGENCY FOOD AND SHELTER
NATION LGBOARDPROGRAM.
Okeechohee County, FL, Local Board ID#1678 has been chosen to re
ive l5,79200 to supplement emergencyfood and shelter programs
he cunty. ese funds have been made available through the Arnme.ca
The seleston was made by a National Board that is chaired by the U S
apartment of Homeland Secuntys Federal Emergency Management Agen
Sand consists of represntatvs f0m0 Ameian Red Cross Catholl
parties, USA, Natoal Coundl of the Churches of Chr in the U.SA
he Salvabon A0m; United Jewish COmmunSes and, United Way of AmIen
a. e Lol Board was charged to dnibute funds appropnated by Con
ire0 to help expand the capacity of food and shelter prog0m in high
pread areas around the cunBy
A LOcal Board made up of agents will determine how the funds aarde
to OEheObee County, FL are to be dnsbuted among the emergeno
ood and sheler programs run by local seralce agents in the area th
SBoard is responsble for recommending agenes to receive the0
unds made available through the ARRA.
Under 1e terms of the grant from the National Board, local agencies cho
en to receive funds must 1) be pnvate voluntary noprhts or units o
government, 2) be eligible to recve federal funds, 3) have an accunbr
vstem, 4) practice nondsmian, 5) have demonstrated the Iapabl
o deliver urgency food and/o shelter programs, and 6) they ar
invate voluntay oranaiBon, they must have a voluntary board Qualify
ngagmno ae urged to apply..
Okehoee County, FL Local Board D678-00 has, distributed Em
ncy Food and Shelter funds previously with four (4) agencies parcpat
SThese agenes were respoen ble for proding meals and lodging,
Pubic r prNate voluntary agencies interested in applying for ARRA Eme
ency Food and Sh0elt 2Pogm funds must c 0tact (Local Board chai
2aryAnne Swinford 763-5725 for an appli0caon) The deadline fr apPlica
ons to be reced is Fnday, une 5th, 2009,
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May 29, 2009


Okeechobee Brahmans anxious to hit gridiron


By Charles M. Murphy of weather for spring practice. The team has
Okeechobee News missed five full practices and parts of three
more practices due to the weather.
The practices and the dress rehearsals "Sprin has been about learning," Interim
are over. Tonight a number of inexperienced Coach Mike Radebaugh stated, "I'm very
young football players will hit the field proud of the way the kids refocused and we
against one of the best teams in the state, are finishing the spring strong."
Palm Bay. Radebaugh said he wants to see his team
Palm Bay. play a clean game and avoid mistakes. He not-
Okeechobee has gotten through a coach ed Palm Bay will be very tough opponents.
ing change, and a bad run of luck in terms "I don't want to give away my game plan.

Planning board approves


unusual condominium plans
By Pete Gawda tree house, aviary and dog kennel.
Okeechobee News The condominium complex will be ac-
The Okee e C y P g B / cessed by a paved road about one mile long
The Okeechobee County Planning Board/ through Pine Creek Ranch to be built by the
Board of Adjustments and Appeals gave pre- developer running west from Hilolo Road. US
luminary plat approval for a condominium plat Land Acquisition, LLC is the property owner
that is something new to Okeechobee. The ap
proval was granted at a Tuesday, May 26 meet- and Pine Creek, LLC is the applicant.
ing. However, this is not your ordinary condo- Turning to the other item on the agenda,
minium. The proposed Pine Creek Cottages the board granted Robert Shaffer's request for
will consist of 23 cottages on 26 acres clustered a special exception to allow for the storage of
around a lake west of Hilolo Road. While each recreational vehicles, travel trailers, and boats,
condominium owner will own their own cot in a commercial zoning district located at 4251
tage, the land surrounding the cottages will be U.S. 441 S. In effect, the special exception is
commonly held by the homeowners associa- a continuation of the previous use, since the
tion. property in question was a part of Travel Easy
The development is part of Pine Creek RV, which went out of business. Mr. Shaffer
Ranch, a private hunting lodge development of agreed to instal some landscaping to shield the
about 2,392 acres located west of Hilolo Road RV lot from the highway.
and north of C.R. 68. Pine Creek Ranch is di Postyour opinions in the Public Issues Forum at
vided into 22 tracts, each one greater than 40 www.newszap.com. Reporter Pete Gawda can
acres and will include a club house and lodge, be reached atpgawda@newszap.com.

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Licensed Real Estate Broker
LfLs 634-5588
FULL SERVICE
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3/2 Frame with Stucco home i th
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home, Bnng the hors-
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It has tremendous CBS/Frame st n a pond 32 Modular
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house MLS#201877,$150,000.Call place-covered pato-
VickiAnderson-8634344106. shed and mudh more.
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Palm Bay runs a power offense and running
game. Palm Bay is pretty darn good every year.
They will be a very formidable opponent," he
said.
Last year they finished 9-3.
Radebaugh said he expects few mistakes
from the Brahmans. He has simplified the
schemes and kept everything basic so the kids
can learn the plays.
"The spring is about fundamentals and
technique and you don't specialize your
scheme. I'm proud of the kids and how they've
refocused, they have finished strong. They will

O.G. & C.C.

Weekly Results

P.IG.S. League May 18: First place Ben
Burdeshaw. Second place Don Gray. Last
place Sunni Adams.
Closest to the pin: Ben Burdeshaw, Ida
Curtis, Don Gray, Russell H. Adams.
P.I.G.S. League May 22: First place Har-
ry White. Second place Frank Noble. Last
place Max Sherry.
Closest to the pin: Ida Curtis (4).
Gold Tee May 22: First place B. Meyer.
Second place H. Shelkie. Third place D.
Bockoras.
P.I.G.S. League May 25: First place Jack
Forde. Second place -Russell Adams. Last
place Rusty Adams.
Closest to the pin: Jack Forde (2), Sunni
Adams.


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do a few things well," he added.
Radebaugh said he expects strong perfor-
mances from all his players. He said Kyle Mc
Gee has done a good job anchoring the offen-
sive line at center. He also said he expects good
things from QB T.J Allen, running back Marcus
Martin, and Walt Fortner who will play wide re-
ceiver, running back and quarter back.
Radebaugh said he has been pleasantly
surprised by several players which include
Kolby Frank, Brant Harden, Thor Harden, John
Kemp, Josh McCall, Garth Streibel, and Justin
Conrad.
The team will play a full game with four
quarters and special teams included. The kick
off is set for 7:30 p.m. The freshmen squad will
play an inters quad scrimmage at 5 p.m.


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Okeechobee News/Charles Murphy
Okeechobee school district awards
Pat Bishop was honored for 17 years of service to the school system.












Okeechobee News/Charles Murphy
Honored for long service to district
Jennie Godwin (right) was honored for 35 years of service to Okeechobee Schools.



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Betty Hazellief 863.610.0144 Dee Reeder 863.10-2485

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home with screen wth concrete Seawall,


porch addition ..c cab2es appw


gar ageUsorage ancs Fridge, slove,
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ACREAGE I LOTS: 2 5 buildable acres in Sunset Stnp Airpark in Lazy 7 $98,000 MLSf 202207 Okeechobee Hammock 100 x 104
lot off o 5 29,000 MLS# 200471 Big O' RV Park vacant lot or travel trailer. Basswood buildable lots from $151(-$33,000
7 acres Hwy 68 $110,000 MLS# 93452
1200 S. Parrott Ave. www.centuy2okeechobeecom
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Okeechobee News/Charles Murphy
35 years of service to school district
Ann Bell was honored for 35 years of service to the district.


CABIN ON THE WATER- This 2/1 with SPOTin theSUNCouny Living.2079SF AFE, SUND, ERENITY on FreAces
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operty. #211G $86,000 Call Sharon room inddoosndwut!NEWPRICE $77,000 for horses, Oaks and pasture. SHORT
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