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    Section A: Main
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    Section A: Opinion
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    Section A: Clay Military
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    Section A: Clay Business
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    Section A: Clay Schools
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    Section A: Clay Features
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    Section A: Fleming Island Today
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    Section B: Clay County Classified
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SEPTEMBER 8 -SEPTEMBER 14, 2005 EDITION It Pays To Know Your Community 50c Section A of three sections VOL. 35 NO. 36


ChoiceRide


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to gas woes

By Trisha Cormeny. Staff
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OR-ANGE PARK Can you still get from
one end of Clay Count\ to the other for
$1? According to Boyd Thompson. the
answer is yes.
Thompson. who runs Ride Solutions
out of Palatka,can geta passenger from
the Amtrak station in Putnam County
to the Orange Park Mall for $1 and hap-
pily transports an average of 15 passen-
gers a day.
"The program was built to saie tax
money" said Thompson, adding that his
two routes provide a 99-percent time ac-
curacy and will accommodate as mam1
passengers as want to ride this system.
"We don't turn people away because of
capacity issues. Instead, we send a second
bus out on the route."
S, The bus line, part of the ChoiceRide
S stem. begins at the Amtrak Station in
Palatka and then splits to offer one line to
NASJackson\ille and another to the Or-
ange Park Mall.
PC-50, the first line. leaves the A mntak
Station at around 5:15 a.m. and travels u p
U.S. 17 to Kingsley Avenue, stopping at
Clay Port and The Cla\ County. v Coutr t-
house along hde wa\. The ie i then turns
left onto Kingsley and stops at Orange
Park Medical Center before heading to
its final destination at the Orange Park
Mall. It returns along the same route to
Palatka and also makes the same trip in


CHOICERIDE contained on page, A-5


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Clay County Fire Rescue driver/operator Irwinn Yates helps load donated items onto a semi-trailer Friday, Sept. 2, at the Wal-Mart
Supercenter on County Road 220. The materials were being takel tp.Mississippi for distribution to Hurricane Katrina victims.



Schools, businesses donate to hurricane recovery


By Greg Walsh. Managing Editor

ORANGE PARK -- Cla\ County resi-
; dentL began pitching in last week to- end
SHurricane Kauina victimss uruckloadsof Here are several national organiza-
ilmuch-needed supplies. tions helping the victims of Hurri-
It turned out some of the biggest e Kana:
Sgivers were elementary school children American Red Cross: (800) HELP
Swho com minced their parents the\ w\at- NOW (English). (800) 257-7575
ed to help. (Spanish)
"The respontsehasjust beengreat and Salvation Army: (800) SAL-ARMY
the kids are so excited." said Cindy Operation Blessing:
Broadwell. office secretarN at Lake As- (800)436-6348
S America's Second Harvest:
bury Elementary School. "Tihe\ kids are (800)344-8070
sorting the stuff and getting it ready. For a list of other agencies to do-
They are just doing a great job." nate or volunteer to, visit the web-
Hoping to collect some non-perish- site for the National Voluntary
able items for hurricane -ictims in Organizations Active in a Disaster:
Louisiana.Msissippi and .Mabam a, the www.nvoad.org.
TI-d Contact Information:
school sent hoine a note on Tht, rsdav, Contact Information:
school sent home a note on Th Louisiana Homeland Security and
Sept.1, seeking donations. Emergency Preparedness Website:
What they got staggered even Susan www.ohsep.louisiana.gov
Hendr.chi\ e music teacher who suggest- Mississippi Emergency Manage-
ed the school seek donations. ment Agency: www.msema.org
"I heard that Jacksonville fhrefight-
ers who are (helping with the relief ef-
forti are giving utp their tood to the something."
h uTica ne \icri ms." Hendr v said. "'That's Cay CCountChapter of the Fellowship
when we decided to do something." of Clristia Firefighters wascoordinating
The response has been so great that another relief effort. Firetightei stookdo-
Pinewood Presbs terian Chur ch, the re- nations at the Wal-Mart Supercenter on
lief agency helping the school get the County Road 220, accepting items rang-
food to the right place, had to get a big- ing from can openers to babv diaper s.
ger rental vehicle, Hendry said. "It went ver\ very welL"said Lt. Danny
Hendr\ said the kids' response was Legge, chapter president. "We didn't
heartwarming. have much advertisement. Much of it
"Some of them brought their pigg\ was people just driving by Wal-hMart and
bank money." she said. "That's really seeing what we were doing. TheN would
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1-800-222-MEMA(6362)
I Alabama Emergency Management
Agency: www.ema.alabama.gov
* Florida Division of Emergency
Management:
www.floridadisaster.org
' Florida Emergency Info Line:
(800)342-3557
* Federal Emergency Management
Agency: www.fema.gov
If you wish to track Katrina or other
developing storms, visit the Nation-
al Oceanic and Atmospheric Admin-
istration online at:
http://www.noaa.gov


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"I think people were just looking for a
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oot trailers with goods valued at an esti-
nated $120,000.
Looking for a way to help, the chap-
er contacted Harveys, which offered
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Moscow State Circus to star


at Cecil Equestrian Center


By Debbie Israel Messer, Staff
dis' : l r. -"f I,:. ..

CECIL CENTER- Saturda. Sept.. 17, will
be the day the Moscow State Circus
coMnes to Cecil Center as part of their East
Coast tour.
Dubbed more than a circus, the
Moscow StateCircusdoes not include the
average lions, tigers, and bears found in
other circuses. In fact. there are no ani-
mals at all in this show.
Instead. the circus features clowns.
jugglers. contortionists. trapeze artists.
acrobats. aerial ballerinas. and com ied\
routines packed into a fast paced two-
hour show,.
The motto of the circus, "People En-
tertaining People", fits well with this en-
semble.
One name that will be familiar to
those who have attended other circus
performances is Wallenda, a world-
renowned family known for their aerial
feats. The famous family will perform
their popular high wire act as part of
this circus.
From the Republic of Moldova, a
young troupe of acrobats will perform
difficult featson the teeterboa Id.One of
the most dangerous fears ill be the quiln-
tuple somersault with full revolutions.
Also featured will be Gold Medal


()Olvnipians from the Belarusg'i minastics
teans, as well as a YOLnI woiinan, Elian.
w ho is a contortionist.
Thecircushasa long history\ in Russia
dating back to Catherine the Great.
State-sponsored circus schools are
found throughout the counl \.
According to the Moscotw StateCircus.
at the height of the circus school mo\e-
ment, there were 701 schools around the
cottIIntr\ and it was not unusual for peo-
ple to be able to see 5-6 circus perform-
ances per \ear.
The circus will be at the equestr an
center for t\wo shows at and 7 p.m.
Tickets will be $2i fol-adultsand $5.50
ftor children, and %% ill be a ailable at the
door at the equesr ian center.
Free tickets for children 12 and under
can be obtained onli ne at www.moscow-
circusstars.com.
You can use three free children's tick-
ets per adult purchase.
You can also purchase tickets online
for adults but there is a surcharge added
to the ticket price.
Equestrian Center Director, Lesa
W'illia I s, sa) 5 the center is branching
out into non-equestrian events and
bringing in the circus is one way to ac-
complish that goal.
For more information, you can con-
tact the equestrian center at 573-4875.


Positive youth event


scheduled in Clay County


Special.to Clay Today
"Party in the Park," a party everyone
can attend, is planned for Saturday,
Sept. 10, noon to 5 p.m;, in Green Cove
Springs' Spring Park. It will be an alco-
hol-free dav of fun.live entertainment.
food andpi izes for Clay (-.Count) N:th


and their families. WAPE 95.1 wil be
broadcasting live with DJ Tony Mann
Party in the Park is sponsored by
EUDL Youth Task Force, Clay Action
Coalition and Clay Behavioral Health
Center.
For -information call 291-5561
ext.2126 or 284-65011 ext.21458


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These Moscow State Circus performers will be at the Cecil Equestrian Center Sept. 17.


Officials explain key facts


about infectious disease


Ed,tror' notl: Thii, is the last in a series
ofa rticlespirovidTng important rt iiilorina
tion about how to be prepared during the
hurricane season. Capt. Berita Busih o0
the Clay County Emergencm l management
Off provided this a rticl fro' the LUS.
CenterforDiscose Control.

.Athough infectious diseases are a
frightening prospect, widespread out-
breaks ofinfecuous disease after hur-
ricanes are not common in the United
States. Rare and deadly exotic diseases.
such as cholet a or typhoid, do not sud-
denly break out after hurricanes and
I floods in areas where such diseases do
not naturally occur.
Coumuniicable disease outbreaks
of diarrhea and respira1tor illness
can occur when wie after and sewage s s-
telln are int1 wo, rking and personal
hygiene is hard to main.tin as a result
of a disaster.
However, no disease outbreaks have
been reported as of September 3. 20105
in areasaffecited b\ Hurricane Katrina.
Decaying bodies create ver; little
risk for major disease out b eaks.
Outbreaks of infectious diseases
following hurricanes are rare indevel-
oped countries Isuch as the United
States) andonlv slightly Tmore common
in the developing world.
*Numbersof short-ter In, sell -limnir-
ing gastrointestinal illnesses and respi-
ratory infections sometimes increase
in developed countries. However.
numbers of commu nicable diseases


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P'ried LOWER ,han
ompeitor' particle
boardcnaebinnets


(including gastrointestinal and respi-
ratory illnesses as well as cholera and
typhoid) more typically do not in-
crease in either developed or develop-
ing countries.
a Unless a disease is brought into a
disaster area from elsewhere, any out-
breaks that occur are almost,always
from diseases that were already in the
disaster-affected area before the disas-
rer struck.
Because cholera and typhoid are
not commonly found in the U.S. Gulf
States area, it is verr unlikely that they
would occ ur after Hurricane Katrina.
Conumuicahle disease outbreaks
can occul when sanitation and hy-
giene are compromised as a result of a
disaster. Hoiwevc-r. no disease outbreaks
have been reported to date in areas af-
fected b Hurricane Katrina.
As has been the case in past hturi-
canes, the U.S. Depart ment of Health
and Human Set\ ices quickl\l sets up
tracking s stems that miountor illnesses
in hut ricane-affected areas. In the i n-
likely en\en that a disease outbreak oc-
curs. these systems provide an early
warning that enables prompt public
health response.

For more information on how to pro-
tect yourself from disease after a hlurri-
cane, see CDC's guidance. "Key Facts
About H tu-ricaneReco ery: lPotect Ybur
Health and Safety After a Hurricane."
Log on to: (htp: '. www.btc.dc.gov\..disas-
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Gas surcharge on residents being considered by OP Town Council


By Debbie Israel Messer, Staff
disraelmesser@jcpgroup.com

ORANGE PARK Attempting to combat
increasing gas prices, the Orange Park
Council will pursue an ordinance to add a
gas surcharge for city residents..
Council members will have to hold a
public hearing on proposed ordinance to
add $1.65 per month per utility user or an
additional $19.80 per year.
Council members agreed the proposed
ordinance should include a review every
90 days to insure that the surcharge accu-
rately reflects current gas prices.
Discussion of the proposed surcharge
came as the council members held hearings
for both adoption of the city budget and the
approval of this year's property tax rate.
Funds generated by the new surcharge
on the town's 9,130 residents would go into
the town'sgeneralfund, allowing them to be
used for any purpose. However, the council
said the reason for creating the fund was the
rising cost to operate town vehicles.


Asrequired by Florida law, City Manag-
erJohn Bowles announced that the city,
would once again have a millage rate of 5
percent, the same as last year.
That rate, combined with increased
property values, mean that residents would
see increases in their property taxes overall
in addition to the proposedgas surcharge.
Council members also heard from Kim
Hubbard of Connor, Hubbard & Co. that
prepared the annual audit for the city.
Hubbard noted they had no recom-
mendations for improvement and no defi-,
cienciesin the city's records.
Hedidnotgetoffeasy,however,withCoun-
cil member Pete Morgan. Morgan asked why
the audit was late, saying he hadheard some"
grumblinginthehalls"about thelateness.
Hubbard took responsibility for the
lateness. He said the absolute deadline was
the end of September but that next year
it will be much earlier."
In other business, significant discussion
was heard concerning selling alcohol in an
open area, an item postponed from anoth-


er meeting.
The owner of Coyote's Bar and Grill,
Howard Shafer, had requested an amend-
ment to the current ordinance, which
prohibits such use. Shafer wasn't present,
Sbut General Manager Lee Ann Peck said
the restaurant has held events for several
years. without the current ordinance
being enforced.
Peck said the restaurantstopped having
the events after being notified by police
that city ordinances do not permit the out-
side sale and consumption of alcohol.
She notedthat their income was signif-
icantly affected by not being able to have
the events.
ShesaidCoyote'swas prepared to hire off-
duty officers as it had done in the past, rope
off the area from vehicles and not allow ve-
hicles over 1,000 pounds into the area.
Pedro Ramirez, of Ramirez' Restaurant,
spoke in favor of the amendment indicat-
ing he also had outside events although
they were limited to twice a year.He saidhis
events were conducted in order to bring


Hispanic culture into the area.
Beef O'Bradi\ so\ ner. Aaron Bollo said
he had been in communities where a per-
mit was issued in order to conduct outside
sales of alcohol.
He said the permit fee \\as $175, required
off-duty officers, and a safe place for drink-
ing that didn't include a thoroughfare.
He said he anticipated hat ing events
that were family events -with children's
games being offered.
The council sent the issue to staff asking
theTownManagerandtheTownAttorneyto
research the options for allowing the outside
sale and to return with recommendations.
On another matter, the council at apre-
vious meeting requested one item, a $150
fee for the use of city right-of-way.
Council members took no action
after discussion centered on notifica-
tion.of nearby residents, which would
cost less than a mailing to serve that pur-
pose. There were also concerns raised
that the fee would create a hardship for
non-profits.


POLICE BRIEFS


Police search for shooting suspect

ClayToday staff
ORANGEPARK-
Clay County authori-
ties are searching for
amanthey say was in-
volved shooting and
kidnapping incident
that blocked Bland-
ing Boulevard for
hours Monday, Sept 5.
Richardo Ve-
lazquez of Jack-
sonville is being Richardo
sought on charges Velazquez
of attempted mur-
der and kid napping,
according to the
Clay County Sher-
iff's Office.
The victim,Josue
Torres of Jack-
sonville, was taken to
ShandsJacksonville
and was listed in criti-
cal condition with a
gunshot wound to Josue Torres
the back, according
to a Sheriffs Office incident report
Torres told investigators the incident
began at ajacksonville apartment com-
plex when three-men abducted Torres at
gunpoint, the report states. Driving south
on Blanding Boulevard, their Ford Expe-


edition was involved in a traffic accident
about 10 p.m. Monday when Torres
grabbed the steering wheel in an attempt
to get free, the Sheriffs Office said.
When deputies arrived they found Tor-
res lying on the road,
thereportstates.The
three suspects fled,
but one of the men,
Juan Gabriel Merca-
do Vazquez, 24, of
the 300 block of
Aquarius Concourse
in Orange Park, was
captured in a wood-
edareanearby.
Vazquez was Juan Gabriel
charged with at- MercadoVazquez
tempted murder and
false imprisonment, the report states.
Vazquez told officers the men abduct-
ed Torres because they believed he stole a
safe from the other man's house, the report
-states. He also said Torres also had been
shotprior to fleeing from the vehicle, the
report states.

Motorcyclist fatally injured

ORANGE PARK A 48-year-old Or-
ange Park man was killed Saturday, Sept 2,
when a car pulling out a parking lot struck
his motorcycle on U.S. 17, the Florida High-
way Patrol said.
David Mark Frisch, of the 2600 block of.


Historical volunteers needed


Interested in history and historical
weapons? The Castillo de San Marcos
in St Augustineis looking for men and
women with an interest in history, who
would like to be part of a living history
-group, do interpretations and reenact-
ments in St. Augustine. There is a need-
for volunteers for their cannon and
musket firing programs. Help bring


history alive for visitors to this Nation-
al Monument. A two-day seminar on
Sept. 24 and 25 regarding cannon fir-
ing and safety is required. Minimum
age is 16 years old.
.To reserve a space in class or for
more information, callJoe Brehm at
(904) 829-6506 ext. 232 at the Castillo de
San Marcos.


RICHARD C. CROVATTO, DMD
ANNOUNCES THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A DENTAL PRACTICE
Exc/li 'ely for.

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Kiowa Avenue, was thrown from his mo-
torcycle shortly after 10 p.m. at County
Road 315 as he was pulling out a grocery
store parking lot. He died at the scene, the
FHP said.
The driver of the car, Amanda C.
Nicholas, 18, ofJacksonville, was notinured.

Accident kills pedestrian

PALATKA A weekend accident that
left a pedestrian dead in Putnam County
involved a Green Cove Springs driver..
Cynthia Carol Lashley, 34, of Palatka
died after being struck by two vehicles
three miiles north of Palatka about llp.m.
Saturday, Sept. 3, the Florida Highway Pa-
trolsaid.
Lashley was walking along the highway
when she stepped into the path of vehicle
driven byJoshua B. Carter, 24, of Maxville.
Moments later, another vehicle driven by
50-year-old Scott McLendon of Green
Cove Springs also struck the woman, who
had been thrown into the right-hand lane,
according to the police report.
Both drivers pulled over and adminis-
tered aid to the woman, the FHP said.

Cycle crash kills OP man

JACKSONVILLE An Orange Park
man riding a motorcycle was killed Thurs-
day, Sept 1,.when the vehicle struck a curb
on U.S. 17 and he was thrown off.
Clifford Leroy Prosser III, 52, of the
2600 block of Sandalwood Circle, hita util-
ity pole after being ejected as a result of the
9:34 am. accident near the Park Street exit,
theJacksonville Sheriff's Office said. He
was taken to ShandsJacksonville where he
was pronounced dead, police said.


Witnesses told police Prosser was look-
ing down and drifted to the eastside of the
outside northbound lane before striking
the curb, the report states.

Checkpoint is successful

Clay Today staff
ORANGE PARK-- A police check-
point searching for drunk drivers on
County Road 220 proved even more suc-
cessful when a man armed with a hand-
gun was arrested.
The checkpoint was held from 11 p.m.
Saturday. Aug. 27. to 3a.m. Sunday. Aug. 28.
andwas targeting intoxicated cdhiersthe
Sheriffs (O)tt ice said.Dur ing one stop, how-
ever, officers arrested Shawn Michael Pow-
ell, 18, on charges of carr ing a concealed
weapon after a .25-caliber handgun was
found in his vehicle, according to a Sher-
iff's Office report.
Officers also looked for people driving
on suspended licenses and those failing to
use seatbelts or child restraint chairs.
Results of the checkpoint, which re-
viewed 300 vehicles, were: two, DUI arrests;
one, violation for blood-alcohol level above
.02; three, open container violations; two,
misdemeanor drug arrests; seven moving
violations; 14, non-moving violations; six,
seat belt violations; five,no proof of insur-
ance violation; one, driving while sus-
pended; and one, no valid driver's license.
Similar checkpoints are planned in the
county later this year, theSheriffs Office said.
The Clay County Sheriff's Office,
Florida Highway Patrol and the Starke
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*VINCEwr GRASSIA, Omup Manager
r MONICA BROWN, MARK PETrUS, PEG ODDY, SUSAN SAWYER, Sales
* GREG WALSH, Managing Editor.
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Another warning; will we learn this time?


bhendersoni@jcpgroup.com. Froml wheirelszt

As this is being
written, it is Mon-
day, Aug. 29, 2005. 7 1
Technically, Iam on
vacation, but yester-
day andsofartoday,
Ihave been glued to
the television
watching in dismay BobHenderson
as, yet one more time, STAFF WRITER
nature wreaks havoc
on the Gulf Coast of the United States.
Arid that includes Florida, boys and girls.
A nid, you know, as I watch and listen, I
am horrified by the number of people that
chose to "ride it out" and lived so far to
regret that decision.
In one report a mother with three chil-
dren was trapped in an attic pleading for
someone to rescue them.
In another, a man on a telephone said
he had a hammer, an axe and a wrecking
bar but would postpone tearing a hole in
the roof until the last possible minute.
Then he pleaded with someone to come
and get him; "Iwant to live," he said. .
Whole families were trapped on roofs -
in hurricane winds, yet.
An apartment building collapsed trap-
ping several people inside.
Irony of ironies, even shelters failed to
provide full shelter in the face of the hor-
reidous winds. A shelter in a s:choollid io
be e acuated and the Superdome lost a
couple or sections of its root. Later, it had
to be e aciated comi pletelh in the face of
rising afterr \Xio knows a hat might have
happened had New Orleans sustained a di-
rect hit from Katrina?
Inone heartbreaking report.a man, his
agon) sounding in his voice described
how he lost his grip on his wife and
watched as she \as carried away by the rag-
ing storm.
Finally,just to add to te hear break. a


young boy is led away in tears ashis beloved
dog is left behind.
To make matters worse, emergency
services fire, rescue, ambulance, police-,
were unable to respond until the storm had
passed. Imagine you and your family cling-
ing to the roof of your home while 100+
mph winds are threatening to tear you off
and throw you into the water you are trying
to escape with no help available. Itis an.
unimaginable horror that can be avoided.
The loss of life is still un-
known but officials predict
will be huge. So many-died y
that didn't have to. The mayor
of New Orleans said thatbod-
ies have been spotted floating
in the water but weren't re-
trieved because there's no \
place to take them.
A condo collapses inBiloxi,
Miss.; how could the residents
have known that would hap-
pen? Well, of course, they did-.
n't, but they were warned to
evacuate.
SDay after day the news con-
tinues and none of it is good.
Katrina is now labeled as "the
worst natural disaster in mod-
ern American history."
Reports say that half of
Plaquemines Parish is gone -
notjust the manmade stuff
but the very ground, itself,


reclaimed by the Mississippi River.
Plaquemines is the parish w here the
Delta is used to be.
Gulfpoirt. Biloxi. Mobile. the Florida.
Panhandle. It's hard to comprehend the
utter devastation. We Floridians, sand-
wiched between Katrina's assaults on our
south and our north est, should cou n
our blessings.
We should also solemnly resolve never
,to ignore future warnings and future


evacuation orders.Just imagine what it
would be like if a hurricane of Katrina
force were to s kinr he shore of Northeast
Florida and graze lu with the west sideof
its e e \all. The roaring winds out of the
north would send a storm surge of epic
proportions raging up the St.Johns River
all the wa\ to San ford. The destruction
and death would be unthinkable.
Who of us has anything more valuable
thanoiur faImil\'sli\es?


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PgRIRERAL URRICN4E .PAKE


Cecil Field reversion decision challenged


It is shameful that the interests of
Cecil Field area residents did not re-
ceive consider action from Mayor Pey-
ton. Especially insulting is Mr. Pevron's
statement that area residents bear "per-
sonal responsibility" for their decision


to move into the vicinity of an aviation
facility. We were told and redevelop-
ment progress has proven that Cecil
would become a "commercial" aviation
facility. There is a huge difference be-
tween commercial and military air-


craft. Commercial aviation is subject to
local noise abatement regulations
while the militarN is not and unlike
commercial aircraft, military fighter

CECIL FIELD cntiinuei on pageA-5


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,*s your opfinmon,Gcy 8ayounty


How do you feel about the proposed school impact fees?


Randy Dull, Orange Park
"It's an issue I am not familiar with. I
don't feel too well informed on it. But
I do feel our tax dollars could be put
to better use."


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Leon Russell, 25,
Green Cove Springs
"That's crazy. I wouldn't want to pay
the extra money, but then again I
don't have any kids who go to
school."


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Todd Siler, 26, Orange Park
"Sounds like a great idea, but with-
out knowing more about it, it's hard
to give a solid opinion. Actually, I
haven't heard much about it."


LETTERS TO THE EDITOR


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Talya Snell, 23,
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"I am in favor of them if they help
build new, good, schools and keep
the number of children in the class-
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CHOICERIDE from page A-1

the afternoon.
The second Putnam County line, PC
51, starts at the Palatka Amtrak Station at
6:25 am., stops at the CCAR on Enterprise
Way, moves on to the Fleming Island Wal-
Mart Supercenter and then turns back
onto U.S. 17 to its last destination atJack-
sonville Naval Air Station. The bus then
makes a return trip down the same path
and returning in the afternoon.
"This service has a 99 percent on time
performance rate and we have great peo-
ple working in the office that are very
helpful," said. Thompson. "One of our
most popular features is the reclining seat.
People love them. We tried putting a larg-
er vehicle on the route, but found that
people ride our van lines for the seats."
But people traveling to work in the
eastern part of the county are not the
only ones who can take advantage of the
Choice Ride program. Clay Transit picks
up where Ride Solution leaves off and
also offers two lines to get passengers
from point A to point B for only $1.
"We would like for more people to be


able to ride with us," said Cheryl Hartzog,
coordinator for Clay Transit. "Come ride
with us. You don't have to worry about the
traffic. Our ride would be a lot less stress-
ful and expensive than operating a vehi-
cle at this time."
CC51, Clay Transit's first route, begins
its trek at 604 Walnut St. at 4:30 a.m., then
travels to the Clay County Court thosee,
CCAR on Enterprise Way, St.Johns River
Community College and the Orange
Park Mall before returning down the
same path. CC51 then returns to the roads
at 6:12 a.m. at Clay Port, then follows the
same route as the first run. It alsoreturns
in the afternoons.
CC53 begins at the Winn Dixie at
County Road 218 and Florida 21 at 6:15
a.m., then turns to Wal-Mart on Blanding
Boulevard, Orange Park Medical Center,.
McDonalds on Blanding and then the Or-
ange Park Mall before reversing the
route. It also returns in the afternoons.
"It's a service provided to help indiv id-
uals get back and forth from work and
help them save a few bucks," saidHartzog.
"Everybody's so used to being in their c.u s
and being able to do what they want, but
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with the price of gas everybody's looking
at differentavenuies toget to, % rkl." -
Ti\ ing to get fii there than the Orange
Park Mall or i anelalong Wells Road?No
problem, sa\ s Liz Peak. ChoiceRide pro-*
g ram specialist forJTA.
"Work Source actually started the leg-
work and askedJTA to partner with them
-to allow people to get to work." said Peak.
"ForClaN County thetiaffic jamsare get-
ting worse and worse e\erv day. Until
people sar tat king mass utansit.thetraf-
ficjamsaregoing to remain.
Peak iides these\ steim herself and sa\ s
that through this program she ac tall\
has time to read a ne'wspapei. She said
most riders are professionals who need to
get from one point to the next and want
tosavea little money doing so.
"I live in northwest St.Johns County and
park the car and ride the bus in," saidPeak.
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jets are necessarily unrestricted full pow-
ered air beasts. It is Mayor Peyton thatwill
be personally responsible for turning
what we were told into a lie.
The F/A-18 Hornet produces 36,000
pounds of non-muffled thrust. The new
Super Hornet is more powerful and will
be even louder. At 500 feet above our
home the noise was deafening, window-
shaking scream. Even at distances of sev-
eral miles the noise was a low pitch
rumble that 'woul d permeate our home.
Now they want to entertain us with con-
tinuouLs (night and dd\ !) operations.
Also. the F A-18 has an internal fuel
capacity of 1,61l gallons.Just one fill-up
of the proposed 250 aircraft would be
400,000 gallons and the Su per Horne t
will carry 30percent more fuel. How


many millions of gallons of jet fuel will
be burned over our environment and us
every year?
The question is why now? The rede-
velopment of Cecil includes real quality
of life benefits for residents and is pro-
Sgressing well. Unemployment is at the
lowest level in years and economic
growth is assured with 1,000 people per
day moving to Florida.
Now our Mayor wants to kick out the
old folks, pay off and evict the businesses
we paid to come here in the first place, to-
tally disregard the quality of life of the
thousands of families attracted to this
improved area and just give it all back!
And he is killing g to spend more than 300
million additional state and local taxpay-
er dollars to do it!
..-, R.Michae'ls,Retired
Argyle Forest,Jacksonville


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portation system. In order to do that, we
ha\e to establish partnerships and support
oit-lh ing count\ u ansporltation routess"
X4 Orange Park Express. one ofJTT.A
h1nes into the counts, starts at Stowve and
Plainfield A e.and then u avels to Park A\ e.
and Wells Road andheadsinto Duval Coun-
ti, making \ arioi stops along die \ a\.
The E2 Blanding-Orange Park line,
theheothe-JTA route.beginsat theOrange
Park Mall before trekking to 103IrdStreet
and all points noithl\ard to the FCCJ
Kent Campus, Downtown FCCJ Station
andending at Biickmanand 27th.
"It is\er\ relaxing.'"saidPeak."Mostof
the lines ri n every 30 minutes. The driv-
ers are ver courteous and let you know
where you should get off."
To find out more about this alterna-
tive to driving, call Cla\ Transit at 269-
6345. Ride Sol uitionsat 1-800-571-7433, or
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More than 400 attend Cecil Field meeting


By Debbie Israel Messer, Staff
disraelnesser@jcpgroup.com

CECIL FIELD With short notice and a
change of location to avenue with no air
conditioning in sweltering weather more
than 400 people still attended a public
meeting withJacksonville's MayorJohn
Peyton Thursday, Sept 1,to hear about the
re-opening of Cecil Field
A group of Florida representatives
including Mayor Peyton, Gov.Jeb Bush,
and Congressman Ander Crenshaw in
July proposed that Cecil Field, a former
Navy base is located in Duval County
and just over the Clay County line, be re-
opened.
Six weeks after that presentation.to the
BRAC Commission in New Orleans, Pey-
ton held the town hall style meeting to
summarize his reasons for the request.
Peyton told the crowd at the beginning
of the meeting he would stay as late as nec-
essary, andthey took him up on thatstance
with the lastspeaker ending after 11p.m.
In more than five hours of speakers
coming to the microphone, there were less
than 10 percent of the speakers in favor of
the Mayor's decision.
Peyton initially summarized his reasons
as essentially economic and patriotism,
saying pilots training for the Navy de-
served to have the best conditions avail-
able, and that those conditions are at Cecil.
Both areas werechallenged by speakers
who included their own reasons for no tre-
opening the base
Many speakers spoke of the residen-
tial and business investments they have
made in the area since the closure of the
base telling Peyton that while they knew
the commerce center was therebringing
back the base with a new cadre of jets
was unacceptable.
Senior citizen residents of Cecil Pines
who live in former housing at the base
askedPe\ rton )o Ie-considei his decision.
"M\ husband and I are 3 and ,e don't
.ha'e the s length or means to mnol e again.
We loe it here," saidJinx Albers-. Cecil
Pines resident,


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STAFF PHOTO B) DEBBIE ISR-EL MEtSSER
Jacksonville's Mayor John Peyton held a town hall style meeting at the Florida Equestrian Center on Normandy Boulevard to ex-
plain his decision to.request the re-opening of Cecil Field. More than 400 people attended the meeting with the majority of close
to 50 speakers asking him to re-consider the decision.


A number of speakers challenged
Peyton's description as one related to pa-
triotism.
Many of the speakers asked about the
noise impacts saying that the impacts
would be too great for both residents and
businesses.
Michael Edwards, a pastor in Oak-
leaf. said he was hoping to get answers.,
"We're all concerned about this reopen-
ing," he said.
A number of the speakers addressed
the Mayor as former militarypersonnel, in


some cases as pilots, saying that they knew
of the impacts firsthand and did not want
to go through them again.
For some military retirees, the talk of
patriotism was unfair and chided the
Mayor.for even raising the issue.
JohnMeserve, a former base command-
er of Mayport appeared to support the re-
opening as did John Draper, a former
cotnc il iinmember iwho had represented the
\\s'tsidearea that i Icluded Cecil Field.
David Hodges, one of the founders of
the Argyle Area Civic Council, said he


supported the base coming back but he
wanted to know why, if Cecil Field \~as [he
best place for east coast MasterJet Base,
Jacksonville and the state were having to
pa\ an" thin fio the return of thebase.
T he esri mai e put forward by Peyton
was that the city would be spending $50
million, and the ~tate wouldbe spending
$150 million for replacing housing and
structures as well as iew infr1asti iuc ture

,CECIL FIELD continued on pageA-30


GCS Visioning Committee gets down to goals, actions


By Bob Henderson, Staff
bhenderson@jcpgroup.com

GREEN COVE SPRINGS As the Green
Cove Springs Visioning Committee
minoves into the final sessions of the first
phase of its activities, meetings are be-
gi nn i ng to become more specific as goals
are identified and priorities for action
are established.
These specific goals and priorities
were discussed in depth as the committee
met at Green Cove Springs City Hall
Tuesday,Sept.6.
Following a"stakeholders' meeting" sev-
eral weeks ago, the committee condensed
results into nine areas that committee
members felt could be accomplished. The
nine are:
Provide the infrastructure to meet
the needs of Green Cove Springs;
Expand recreational opportunities


for residents and visitors of Green Cove
Springs;
*Provide opportunities for affordable
.housing;
Provide a business friendly environ-
ment;
*Investigate the reactivation of the
Community Redevelopment Agency
(CRA);
Improve traffic circulation in and
around Green Cove Springs;
Maintain the small town character of
Green Cove Springs;
Promote theredevelopment of the
U.S. 17/Florida 16 corridors; and
Strengthen code enforcement activ-
ities.
The afternoon's agenda had proposed
in-depth reviews of as many as five pri-
ority areas, However, the items proved so
"meaty" and the committee so:subject to
time constraints imposed by the regular


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meeting of the City Council following on
the heels of the committee meeting, that
only two of the intended reviews actually
occurred; the rest were postponed to the
next meeting Sept. 29. .
In broad-brush terms, provision of af-
fordable housing, recreation,code enforce-
ment and "how we are going to finance it"
loomed large in the minds of committee
me n1bersand stakeholders alike.
The Green Cove Springs Public Hous-
ing Agency administers subsidized hous-
ing not only in Green Cove Springs, but
throughout the county as well. Agency
Director Mary Shoemaker's overview of
the agency included eligibility, require-
ments and facilities.
In an up-to-the-minute aside to her
presentation, Shoemaker told the com-
mittee of her agency's efforts to provide
housing for displaced families from the
hurricane-ravaged Gulf Coast.


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make a presentation on the Community
Land Trust as a vehicle for providing af-
fordable housing but, again because of
time constraints, was deferred to Sept 29.
Green Cove Springs' master park plan
covers several large tracts of land and spans
many years. City Manager Don Bowles re-
counted the history of parks and public
lands in the city from the acquisition of
present Spring Park and old city hall by the
WPA in the 1930s to erection of the gazebo
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projected future of the parks.
For the future, Bowles sees a network
of interlocking trails connecting Black
Creek to Spring Park to Reynolds water-
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By ClayToday staff
GREEN COVE SPRINGS Clay County
Emergency Management officials were
watching the progress of Tropical Storm
Ophelia as approaches the area Wednes-
day, Sept. 7.
Capt.BernitaBush,spokespersonforthe
Clay County Fire Rescue, said multiple con-
ference calls with The National Hurricane
Center,Jacksonville Weather Service and
county department heads were planned
starting Wednesday to ensure the readiness
of County departments, and to track antic-
ipated wind and rain effects for residents.


POLICE BRIEFS from pageA-3
Drowning.claims Keystone man
Clay Today staff
-KEYSTONE HEIGHTS A 44-
year-old Keystone Heights man died
in what police describe as an acciden-
tal drowning.
Bradley Shaw was swimming in
Little Lake Keystone shortly before
7:30 p.m. Sunday, Sept.. 4, when he


As of Wednesday morning, Black
Creek registered 4.77' feet and was antic-
ipated to crest to 13.3 feet by Wednesday
afternoon. "Flood stage" for Black Creek
is 6 feet.
Flooding was not anticipated within
the next 24 hours, but Bush said rainfall
amounts from the storm might create
sonmelocalized flooding for residents of
Black Creek and low-lying areas. No evac-
uation orders had been given as of
Wednesday afternoon.
Emergency Management officials
were expected to issue updated informa-
tion as it became available, Bush said.


slipped beneath the water and didn't
resurface, said Mary Justino,
spokesperson for the Clay County
Sheriff's Office.
Shaw was swimming with his two
children when the accident happened.
The Sheri off's Office dive team recov-
ered Shaw's body about 3 a.m. Monday,
Sept 5,Justino said.
The Sheriff's Office is continuing to
investigate ih e d rown thing but does not
suspect any foul play, she said.


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GREEN COVE SPRINGS The Florida'
Department of Transportation (FDOT)
has inn:Liunced thiat a safety improve-
ment project replacing the Shands
Bridge pedestrian railing with a traffic
barrier wall was completed on Thursday,
Sept.1.
A solid concrete barrier wall was con-
structed on top of the existing sidewalk,
creating a 34-inch high barrier. The new
barrier wall was constructed to provide
an additional level of protection against
vehicles beirig pushed over the side of the
bridge in the event of a traffic crash, as
was the case in two fatal crashes in 2003.
In addition to constructing a traffic bar-
rier wall on top of the sidewalk and di-
rectly in front of the existing pedestrian
railing, the project included widening
paved shoulders at the approaches on
both ends of-the bridge.,
This safety improvement project was
added to the FDOT five-year work pro-
gram when an investigation following
the two fatal crashes in 2003 determined


that the upgrade would add an addition-
al level of safety to the bridge. Prior to
the upgrade, the bridge met the stan-
dards for safety when it was built in 1961.
Thlie ietrofit bring, i igs bi id1e .ib ii(ge 0( tc"r-
rent traffic safety standards and com-
pletely eliminates pedestrian traffic,
"Following the 2003 crashes, the bridge
was striped as a no passing zone and signs
were erected to restrict fishing from the
bridge," said Sandra Man iil, project
spokesperson. "Both changes were designed
to reduce dri\ter distraction and improve
safety\ unl the leuoit l cou I be done."
"The he\avil\ trai\elcd bridge, which
hasanaveragea nnunaldai1h traffic count
of 14, 500 vehicles, was reduced to one
lane most of the time throughout the
five-month construction period, except
during the lane closure restriction times
of 6- 9 a.m.and 3:30 -7 p.m.," said Mancil.
(In 1973 the average annual daily traffic
count was only 1,814 vehicles.)
Anderson Columbia Company, Inc.,
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County citizensgroup critical of how the
Board of County Commissioners has
handled the illegal dumping probe and
other issues says it wants judge's ruling
on recall elections.
In a release issued Friday, Sept. 2, the
Citizens for Term Limits & Accountabil-
ity Committee (CTLAC) said it wants a
Clay County judge to explain how it
should go about collecting signatures on
recall.petitions.
"CTLAC wants the court to rule on the
question whether, in seeking recall of any
given county commissioner, it is required
by Section 100.361(1) Fla.Stat. to seek sig-
natures only from electors residing in
that commissioner's district, or to seek
signatures from electors from through-
out the county," the release states.


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on the boardwere elected in at-large elec-
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election appro\ ed changing the county
charter so Count Commissioners will
now be selected from speci fic geograph-
ic districts.
The CTLAC said it asked County
Commissioners for direction on the mat-
ter, but Commissioners instructed the
group to seek judge's ruling.
The group, which describes itself as
made of citizens activelypursuing issues
promoting better government at the
local level, supported term limits .for
commissioners and electing commis-
sioners by district.
Working on a pro bono basis, Duval
County attorneysJohn M. Merrett and
Dale C. Carson filed the request for a de-
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HURRICANE from page A-1

distribution center Saturday night in
Jackson, Miss.
Wal-Mart also provided workers, pallets.
shrink- rapand food for the vol unteers.
About 30 firefighters also volunteered.
"We had some citizen volunteers who
came up and helped us, too, because (the.
donations) came in waves." Legge said. "\e
had people sortingand putting i onto pal-
lets so they wouldn't have to do that at the
distribution center."
He said thegioup hopes similar effort
in about a month because "this isn't going
to be over soon. It could take six months to
a year and they are going to need help."
Oiher Katrina developments:
Clay County Habitat for Humanity is
acceptingaidfor victims of Hurricane Ka-
trina at its headquarters, 1707 Blanding
Blvd., Middleburg. It will be a donation
drop-off site for supplies such as clothing,
diapers, toiletries, etc.
There will be a storage bin in the front
of the building. The Red Cross will screen
refugees arriving in the area and will
send them to Habitat's headquarters to
pick up supplies.
Formoreinformation,contactClayCoun-
tyHabitatfor Humanity at(904) 282-7590.
SClay County hairstylists are being en-
couraged to contribute either $5 or a gal-
lon of shampoo for hurricane victims. For
information, call Mary Lundstrom 276-
3179 or 307-4539.
Orange Park High School student ath-
letes are accepting donations of-bottled
water through Thursday, Sept. 15. The
water will be donated to Mission Harvest
America. Water can be taken tothe school's
main office for storage.
Sailors, Navy civilian personnel and
their families must call the toll free help
line at (877) 414-5358 to muster and to ob-
tain information about pay and benefits.
Anyone evacuation from Hurricane Kat-
rina and who has not called, should do so
immediately, the Navy said.
:'Orainge Park denist Sr.even Cro ato
and Megan Edwards sent food to a
Loui:iana-faulv alter an office orkeri
said }:friend there was without water or
electricity and living in a camper. Items
they sent included boxed.food, paper.
products, soap andbug spray.


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Lake Asbury Elementary School students Zachary Bott, left, Luke Howard and Steven Young check the contents of boxes being
filled with items for Hurricane Katrina victims. The students and their parents brought items to the school Friday, Sept. 2.


HCA gives $1 million to hurricane relief


Special to Clay Today

NASHVILLE HCA announced Tues-
day, Sept 6, a donation of $1 million to the
American Red Cross for disaster relief
for victims of Hurricane Katrina. The
company previously announced a dona-
tion of $1 million to the HCA Hope Fund
for direct relief to its affected employees
in the area.
"Hi.i'icaneKari na i-iii:a of thi mos .
de astaii ig naItual dis:tast- Li thi ,:oiinti\
has -een,"saidJack O. Bo\ endei Ji.. chlil -
manandchief e\xcuti\e officer of HC.:.
"The magnitude of impact is only now
becoming clear and beyond the already
i n redi ble efforts of our employees and


affiliated physicians, we believe it im-
portant to reach our and su pp ort broad-
er efforts."
HCA has four hospitals in Louisiana
and Mississippi that have been directly af-
fected by the hurricane.
Garden Park Medical Center in Gulf-
port, Miss. and Lakeview Regional Medical
Cc: niei in Covington, La. weie damaged,
but are operational. Tulane University
Hospital and Clinic in New Orleans and
Lakeside Hospital in Metaii ic, La. are
being evacuated.
The affected hospitals have approxi-
ma; tc 3,800 em plc'\ es who will remain
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Special to Clay Today

ORANGE PARK WorkSource, the
regional workforce development or-
ganiza ticn, will assist people relocating
from states affected by Hurricane Kat-
rina seeking employment and other as-
sistance.
The organization, which operates
eightcareer centersinsixcounties,ispro-
viding local labor market information,
assisting with filing interstate unem-
ployment claims,and connecting people
with localjobs.
The number to call for information
andservices is (904) 356-JOBS(5627.)
WorkSource asks people coming in
to identify themselves as relocating be-
cause of Hurricane Katrina, sd staff
members can provide extra informa-
tion about thelocal area andjob oppor-
tunities. The organization will also
provide briefings for groups hosted by
faith-based or other community or-
ganizations upon request Requests for
group presentationsshould be directed
to extension 2201.
"Our hearts go out toour neighbors
who'velosteverything,"saysBruceFer-
guson, WorkSource chief executive of-
ficer. "Our primary mission is to
connect workerswithjobs We're glad to
be able to say that our region has many
opportunities for employment"
During thelastfiscalyear,over 80,000
peopleregisteredfoorworkthroughWrk-
Source,andeachyear,over20,000jobpost-
ings from employers are received
throughout the six-county region ork-
SourceservesCareercentersofferresume
assistance, high speed Internet access,
workshopsonemployabilityskills,andon-
sitejobfairsandotherrecnritingevents
WorkSource, operated by First Coast
WorkforceDevelopment, Inc, isrespon-
sible forprovidingatrained workforce to
the 16,200 employersinBaker,Clay,Duval,
Nassau,Putnani,& StJohriscounties.
FormoreinformationonWbrkSources
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Patrick Rooney, a driver/operator with Clay County Fire Rescue, goes through items
donated to the Clay County Chapter of the Fellowship of Christian Firefighters. The
group remained at the Wal-Mart on County Road 220 through Saturday, loading semi-
tractor loads of goods for hurricane victims.

Truman prepares sailors for relief effort


By USS Harry S.Truman Public Affairs
USSHARRYS.TRUMAN,atsea-AsUSS
Harry S. Truman (CVN 75) anchored 50
miles off the coast of Mobile, Ala., her
Sailors made preparations to go ashore in
case they were called upon to support the
Hurricane Kauinua relief effort.
Sailors began \olu nteering to go ashore
to the devastated areas of Louisiana, Al-
abama and Mississippi toassistin bringing
water, food and other supplies to the thou-
sands of stranded hurricane victims even
before the ship left her homeport of Nor-
folk, Va.
S We volunteer to help outother coun-
tries when we are deployed, but this is an
opportunity to help out athome, said Tru-
man Command Master Chief Clarence
Frye of Lebo,Kan. "The Sailors realize that
these folks are devastated and they want to
contribute iniany way they can."
In transitto the Gulf Coast, the n i tuber
of volunteersgrewirto the hundreds,.with-
more Sailors offering their expertise -
everything from translation skills to
equipment operators and medical train-
ing to help daily.
Already, 20 aviation boatswain's mates
specializing in fuels and aircraft handling
have gone ashore to Naval Air Station New
Orleans to help fuel the Navy SH-60 Sea-
hawk and Army UH-60 Black Hawk heli-
copters bringing supplies and rescuing
stranded hurricane victims.
Truman Hurricane Volunteer Coordi-
nator Senior Chief Aviation Electronics.
Technician (AW/SW) David Clark, be-
lieves such a large number of Sailors are
volunteering because many have gone
through hurricanes and seeing the de-
struction Hurricane Katrifia caused along
the Gulf Coast moved them to want to do
more.
"It goes along with being a Sailor," said
Clark of Norfolk, Va. "You think'Im capa-
ble of doing something for these people;
I'm capable of helping them and I need to
do something to help."'
Now that Truman has arrived in the
area, the attitude of the crew remains pos-
itive and they are ready to help any way
possible.
Before Truman departed her home-
port of Norfolk, Va., more than 50 mem-
bers of her crew went to Chief Aviation
Machinist's Mate Ned Tua of Middleburg.,
who is the ship's volunteer services coordi-
nator, and askedhim if there was anything
they could do to help.


"After we pulled out even more people
came and asked me if the ship was going to
form teams to go to the affected area, said
Tua. "The response of the crew is over-
whelming. They just want to go out and
help any wa possible."
Clark added that Sailors wanting todo
their part and offer rheir special skills to
the relief effort bombard him on a daily
basis, willing to take any part in the effort
"It gives me a deep sense of pride and
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By Bob Henderson, Staff
bhenderson@jcpgroup.com
KATRINA DISASTER SUPPORT MO-
TORCYCLE RIDE The Knights of
Columbus Disaster Fund will hold a bene-
fit motorcycle ride Saturday, Sept. 24.
A 60-mile course will begin at the Philip
Spencer Farm on Carter Spencer Road in
Middleburg. From there, riders will travel
onCR 218 toSR21to-US 17. Riders will turn
left to Kingsley Avenue and left again to


Blanding Boulevard. Going south on
Blanding, the ride will end at OldJennings
Road and St. Luke's Church.
Food and music will be provided at the
end of the ride.
SDonation willbe $25 to ride and $5 for a
second rider. Checks should be made
payable to Knights of Columbus Katrina
Disaster Fund, PO Box 252, Middleburg,
FL32050 .
Contact Joe Scott at 699-5749,
jgs32068@bellsouth.net.


FUND RAISER FOR THE OLDE
FARM Like everyone else, the Olde Farm
is caught in the gas price crunch. Buthuin-
gry people still get hungry and some dis-
placed families already are coming to the
far m for help. In addttioni, sa the farm's .
operators, the owner of the property isin-
stalling hookups to accommodate families
fleeing from Katrina's wriath. And they
needgas to retrieve the supplies of food re-
quired to fill all those empti stomachs.
The farm will conduct a "Poker Run"


Sat uirdai. SepL 24, to help meet the need.
Festi cities will begin at 9 a.m. at
Spencer's Farm on Carter Spencer Road.
Oct.1 will sen\ e as a rain da\. Registration
starts at 11 a.m. and the run will get off at
noon and end back at the farm.
Theie will be a "10 a hand fee" that ill
include a pig roast.
There also will be ayard sale, raffles, 50-
50 drain. driinks and dessert.
Call Mike or Gail at 291-3852 or 458-.
6369.


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Two people give a shopping cart full of items to the hurricane
relief effort set up by firefighters.


A member of the Clay County Fellow-
ship of Christian Firefighters talks to a
woman who donated items to Hurri-
cane Katrina victims at a drop-off site
on County Road 220 at the Wal-Mart
SuperCenter.


Lake Asbury Elementary School music teacher Susan Hendry
is surrounded by a class on Friday, Sept. 2. Students said
they wanted to help with the hurricane relief effort.


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Soldier spends time at home helping recruiters


By Joe Chisholm, Correspondent

ORANGE PARK- Army Specialist Vencil
Thompson, a graduate of Middleburg
highschool thatreturned home from Iraq
in March, is using his remaining time in his
hometown to talk to prospective recruits
and clear up wartime delusions many in
the United States have.
Specialist Thompson has been in the
Army for four years. It was not something
he ever planned to do.
He was 20 and living at home with his
mom and dad and needed a change.
"I felt stuck," he said. "I wanted to do
something that would make a positive ef-
fect all around,"
Thompson returned from Iraq in
March, after a 13-month tour of duty. Now,
in his final days in Orange Park before
leaving for Fort Hood, Texas, Thompson is
going around with and helping recruiters,
ajob which has taken him to local high
schools including Middleburg High, his
old stomping grounds.
One of the things he is speaking to themrr
about is how the army has impactedhis life.
The armyhashelpedhimmature,he said.
Throughout his four yearsin the Army,
Thompson said, he has come to appreciate
responsibilities and their weight
"You learn alot about yourself," he said,
"you don't have your blood there to help
you out. You have to earn your keep."
Like mostparents of people in the mili-
tary, his parents areverysupportive of him.


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Specialist Vencil Thompson said he was
completely unaware of the development
he would undergo in the military.

But with support comes fear.
"Mom'salwaysgoing tobeworried,"said
Thompson.
As a person who fights in the military,
and who has been in the front lines in Iraq,
Thompson is really not in much-of a place
to speak his views on the war. There is an
undeniable biased. But Thompson was


firm in saying that he believed that while
we went over there for the wrong reasons,
we are now staying for the right.
Thompson served 13 months in Iraq;
During that time, he went through many
things that most soldiers must face.
"I now know what it is like to lose som te-
body closein combat," said Thompson But
while he endured hard losses, he also
gained a new family.
"We are brothers," he said.
Thompson said they had to become
close, because they depended on each
other for survival.
But one of the most important things he
discovered while there was the true situa-
tion in Iraq.
"The war is over," he said.
Not everyone is bad, he said, and those
who commit crimes there arejustlike those
in the U.S, only they are immediately la-
beled "terrorist" because they are Iraqi.
Thompson pushed the fact that the ma-
jority of the people there arejust like peo-
ple here in the United States.
It is now about the rebuilding, he said. "I
think they need us."
One goal of Thompson's while he is
here is the clearing up of widespread mis-
conceptions of war.
"I really want to take away the negatives
of the news," said Them pson. I
With the pessimistic portrayal of the
war on the news, soldiers who return home
are.disheartened to find the real story
tainted byjournalistic "I icenle".


"All you hear about is 'this grouped
killed these men,'or 'this many people died
today.' I wish I could talk to kids about the
good that is happening," Thompsonsaid.
The military has headed multiple hu-
manitarian missions while in Iraq, to help
those who cannot help themisell es. Schools
have been given computers and other
school supplies, a l1 u iur y never heard of
before the United States arrived.
Many food and survival necessities
have been given out, aiding in the recon-
struction of these Iraqi people's lives. The
army has provided crops and livestock for
farmers to begin production of a self-suf-
ficient soCi ei. a society\ that 'ill one day,
function without the aid and support of
the United States.
Another humanitarian effort is the in-
stallation of heaters in homes all over Iraq.
These new technologies dit hativebeen f-
feied to the i are a possible star ting point
fora new ia\ e of industrialization in Ii aq.
something topulsh them into nimor stable
government and country.
Coming home was a culture shock for
Tlhompon. lpsl.
"You learn to appreciate the value of a
dollar," he said. "It is amazing to see all the
things that \ou can have here that you for-
get ab: butl o ei there.
But while he enjoy s the comforts of
home, he also realizes that something.
is missing ..

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after Hurricane Katrina


Special to Clay Today
BATON ROUGE --Units from across the
nation ha\e descended on Louisiana aind
Nhississippi in response to Hurricane Ka-
trina as part of the unprecedented call-
up of National Guard forces flo a natural
disaster.
"Its state helping state and neighbor
helping neighbor." said Florida .An \ Na-
tional Gu ard Brig.C;en. Mhichael Flemin g.
Fleming, who is in Louisiana because
of his extensive experience from the
four hurricanes that struck Florida in
2004, said the National Guard's primary
focus to save lives, provide sec uIit\. and
evacuate residents.
More than 12,000 G ardismen are op-
erating in the devastated areas combing
,the flooded streets of New Orleans for
victims, pulling survivors from the
rooftops of buildings b helicopter, and
handing supplies.
Ai additional 4,10(0 National Guards-
men were expected to arrive by Tuesday,
called to assist with Task Force Pelican -
Louisiana's response to category-four
Hurricane Katrina.
In Mississippi, Alabama Army Na-
tional Guardsmen provide security atgas
stations, and Florida Army National


Guardsmen patrol the streets of Ba\ Sr.
Louis as part of the massive humanitari-
an effort requested hb state governors.
In Louisiana alone, more than 49.000
people are li\ ing in shelters around the
state and another 47.)i00 have been
mo ed orut of state tol emporanr housing.
Preliminary numbers indicate Task
Force Pelican ha, distributed more than
620,000 bottles of ',ater and 320,000
meals since the storm hit.
SJeffrey Hetherington. a retired Flori-
da Armny National Guard c el assist-
ing ihe sate- logisticsofficer with setting
up staging areas for supplies f low ing into
Louisiana. said it is critical to get ice,
afterr and niilitar -readi-tUo -eat MNREsi
to storm victims.
"It is a matter of life or death," Het-
herington said. "It is what we doand how
wellwe do it that willdetermine if people
live or die."
With late summer temperatures soar-
ing into the upper 90s the National
Guard is working hard to alleviate the
suffering of storm victims.
Hetherington said currently there'are
20 points of distribution set up manned
by National Guardsmen, Texas Forestry
Service, and parish volunteers. More dis-
tributions sites will be set up he said.-


Fire Council collecting for victims


Special to Clay Today
( RE E N COVE SPRINGS The Unified
Professional Firefighters of North Florida
(Gator Fire Council), comprised of fire-
fighters and paramedics from Alachua,
Bradford, Clay, Columbia, Lev\ Marion
and Pu tnan i CouInt ies, will be collecting
items to assist recovery efforts in Ocean
Springs, Mississippi:.Th is area. oughlv the
size of Clay Co untN. sustained heavydam-:
agesdtii ing HurricaneKatrina.
Firefighter s in the listed counties will
be collecting die following items through
Saiu da\.Sept.17:
Clothing on hangers (especially-
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"You are appreciated there. The
people respect you. You walk down
the street in your tni4forlm and some-
one cries out "Thank you Americans!'
but here vou walk down the street and
voii are luck\ if someone notices
ou.'" said Thompson.
This testimony of Iraqi appreciation
is one of tie m anyaspects of the ar utat
the news does not show. The biased of
the news channels skew the stories and
accentuate all bad aspects of the war.
Since he wa.s going to be gone for so
long. it is to be expected that some-
thing would bring along to remind


TRUMAN from page A-9
more willpower to work more efficiently
and quickly for the victims of Hurricane
Katrina," said Postal Clerk 3rd Class Ray-
mond Davis of Anza, Calif.
Thus far, Truman Sailors are required
to have a current immunization record
and update other important documents
held aboard the ship, said Clark, a 21-year
veteran of Navy service.
Other departments are helping make
the process of volunteering easy for each
Sailor b\ setting up specific;times for
groups of Sailors to verify and update
their records as necessary.
"Right now, we've given nearly 500
Sailors shots," said Dayton, Ohio-native
:Hospital Corpsman Nicholas Vice, who.


foods, diapers, wipes),etc.
*Non-Perishable food items
Firefighters willleave the area to deliv-
er the goods to Ocean Springs on SeptL 19.
Multiple daily collection Ih atiions are
set up for Clay County:
Keystone Heights Volunteer Fire
Dept.,120 Flamingo St, Keystone Heights,
daily from a.m. to 8p.m.
Orange Park Fii e Station, -31 Stowe
-\ e.Orange Park, daily fronm9am. to7 p.m.
Green Cove Springs C:i; t Hall. 229
alb ut St.,, daily\ from S ani. to 3:30 p.m.
Firefighter s ha\ e also made plans to set
up a collection site at the Food Lion 2570
County Road 220:
Saturday. Sept.. 10 from 8 am. toS p.m.
(collection ma) be cancelled if C(a)
Cotuntv experiencing inclement i'eather
on thisdate)
S*Saturday, Sept. 17, from 8 am.-8 p.m.


him of home.
Thompson brought pictures and
kept all the letters sent to him close at
hand. But the heartfelt knick-knack lihe
had with him for the 13-month tour was
a little basketball that his sou slipped into
his bag before le left
He served in field artillery in Iraq.but
he also was cross-trained for scouting
and infiltration.
Thompson will return to Fort Hood
in a week. While serving there. Thomp-
son will start looking at when he can re-
turn to lraq.Right nowhesaysitmight be
arotundJune 2006 when he setsoverseas.
'I am happy to be home," said
Thompson,"But I can't wait to goback."


added that he expects the figure to grow
every day Truman stays in the area of op-
eration, citing the size of ship's crew and
their willingness to volunteer.
The ship's passageways, abuzz from
such opportunities, are bustling with
Sailors of allranks waiting for their chance
to make a difference.
"People here needto be involved," said
Aviation Maintenance Administration-
man 1st Class Phillip Braxton of Philadel-
phia. "A lot of people have friends and
family there and it's not enough. They
want to be there."
Truman will remain in the Gulf
Coast area until the Federal Emergency
* Management Agency and the Depart-
ment of Defense no longer need the
ship's assistance.


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Sailors selected

to E-7 aboard

NAS Jax
By Miriam S. Gallet, JaxAir News editor
Clouds skies and 97-degree tempera-
turesdid notdiscourage the 132 newIl se-
lected chief pert\ officers from
gathering outside die NAS lMain Gate for
their official group photo. The chief se-
lectees., i their crisp summer white uni-
fol n, quickly mustered and assumed the
Na\\ "at ease" pose. as NASJackson\ ille
Command Master Chief
.CMNDCNMtAW SWIChrisGreen proceed-
ed to greet each of the Sailors.
"This is a momentous occasion for
these men and women standing here
today." remarked Green. "The\ represent
just about e\erv tenant command aboard
the base and in few weekss the indoctri-
nation period will be o era traditional
Na\\ initiation \, ill take place and each
one of them will return to their conm-
11mands land assum ie positions of leader-
ship and added responsibilities."
The Sailors learned of their selec-
tion last month via a naval message
sent by the Chief of Naval Operations.
"When the results were released and I
learned that my name was on the list, it
felt kind of surreal," said a jubilant
AG1(SW)Jamie McClain of Naval At-
lantic Meteorological Oceanographic
FacilityJacksonville. "This is my third
time up and I am shocked that I finally
made it. Now I:hope to finish my de-
gree in meteorology and get orders to
Germany."
According to Green, the 132 selectees
havebeen iindergro:ing initensie leader-
ship training since Aug. 1."E\er \one tho
plans to make the Navy their career wants


S PHOTO COURTESY OF JAXAIR NEWS
Prospective Navy chiefs from NAS Jacksonville and its tenant commands join NAS Jax Command Master Chief CMDCM(AW/SW)
Chris Green, front row, center, for a group photo in front of the Blue Angel aicraft-at the entrance to the base.


to become a chief," Green said. "However,
-not everyone has what it takes to wear the
Navy khaki uniform and ultimately be
accepted into the Chief's Mess. There is a
lot of tradition involved in the process
and the enlisted leadership aboard the
base is ensuring these Sailors are up to
the challenge."
Green, further explained that in
t:(dai\ 's Navy an E7 is ask illftul t.tic cian
who theico-lnia iiiing officc i t-lies tiPion
when seeking advice or inf'iormanui. He
said that the new breed of chief petty


officersare "smart, well educated leaders,
I ih a strong sense of fairness and a strict
adherence to the Navy's Core Values of
Honor, Courage and Commitment."
"From sunrise to sundown, these
young, people are in CPO and CPO21
training," Green said. "These two facets
of the indoctrination process cover
e t-i \thliiin from uniform history and
naval tiadition to teaching the E7 se-
Ilectees to think and act like i chief petty
officer. It' not eas\ being a blue shirt one
inornlinii and sud:ldenl becoluin., at


khaki. It takes training and this is why we
spend seven weeks preparing them for
the challenge ahead."
Before the iiiitiition Sept. 16, some
of the chief selects will travel to Boston,
Mass. on a heritage trip. During the trip,
they will spend time aboard USS Con-
stitution and familiarize themselves
Sit th 18th century guns, undergo sails
training id participate in ph\sicral
readiness and co mlunitr service.
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By Lt. j.g. Anthony Allard
HS-5PAO

During the month of July, 30 Sea
Cadets spent a week with HS-5. They had
the opportunity to participate in all of
the squadron's daily activities; from
morning PT, working alongside aircraft
maintainers, to flying an SH-60F heli-
copter flight simulator. The cadets got to
experience every aspect of HS-5.
The U.S. Naval Sea Cadet Corps pro-
vides high school-age teens a glimpse at a
naval career. Each cadet experienced a
broad range of aviation jobs when they
spent their days training alongside
Sailors in the control tower, crash and sal-
vage, and the squadron's maintenance
shops. They saw HS-5 Sailors performing
their daily duties and had the chance to
ask questions about various ratings. The
cadets especially enjoyed the H-60 heli-
copter flight simulator. Each cadet had
the opportunity to takeoff, fly, and land
the H-60 in the virtual world of NAS
Jacksonville.
The week was brought to a close with
kayaking and volleyball at the base mari-,


NAS JAX from page A-T3
"Once they arrive on board USS Con-
stitution, they will become part of the
crew and will be able to learn naval his-
-tory firsthand," Green explained,
proudly. "Our 21st century Navy is a
technological marvel. However, we
owed all of our advances and ingenuity
to the Sailors that came before us; to-
those that often sailed the high seas
without food or water.."
The rest of the group will head to Re-
cruit Training Command, Great Lakes,


PHOIO COURIER Of JALAIR NEIVS
HS-5 Commanding Officer Cmdr. Brett Calkins (right) poses with a group of Sea Cadets that the squadron hosted for a week in
July. During their visit the cadets enjoyed a cookout and volleyball game at the Mulberry Cove Marina.


na followed by a cookout Many of the Sea
Cadets are considering joinifig the mili-


Ill., where they will revisit the basics of
boot camp and learn additional leader-
ship skills.
When asked about his selection to E7
and what the future holds,
PR1(AW/SW/FMF)Warren Dykesof Air-
craft Intermediate Maintenance Detach-
mentJacksonville replied, "Liberating!
Because I am actually going to be able to
lead and make decisions." Dykes ultimate
goal is to become a warrant officer.
According VS-22 AM1(AW/SW) Dawn
Bryce, a 16-year Navy veteran, the selec-
tion to the rank of chief petty officer is


tar'.\a nd b! hosui n1 4 .igraof'cadeusHS-
5 piovidedi al iaible haiids in experience


thrilling; "I have had an outstanding ca-
reer and I am really looking forward to
sharing my experiences with the junior
Sailors," she said. "Also, I look forward to
playing a leadership role in the develop-
ment of the future Navy."
During one of his speeches, the newly
appointed Chief of Naval Operations
Adm. Mike Mullen explained the role of
a chief and reminded those present that
when a Sailor puts on khakis, he is no
longer a machinist's mate or fire control-
man or culinary specialist. The Sailor is a
chief and "he is responsiblefor one thing,


as well as showing the cadets what a mili-
tary career would be like in their future e.


and that is leading.
The U.S. Na\ y is full of history, howev-
er, some will argue that none is more col-
orful than that of the chief petty officer.
Since April 1883, when the grade of E7
was created thousands of Sailors have
undergone the "chief's initiation." But, ac-
cording naval records, the first Sailor to
have the title of "chief" wasJacob Wasbie,
a cook's mate serving on-board Alfred
one of Continental Na\ \ Na ships dur-
ing the Revolutionary War. Navy records
indicate that Wasbie was promoted to
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By Greg Walsh, Managing Editor
gwalsh@jcpgroup.com

ORANGE PARK Don't worry car wash
fans, Charles and George are OK and
doing well.
The familiar Charles and George's Car
Wash in the 800 block of Blanding Boule-
vard changed owners in mid-August. A
sign proclaiming 'Jeffrey's Car Wash" can
be seen on the facility, which uses more
than 20 people who wipe down and touch
up vehicles that go through the automatic
carwash.
It turns out the car wash is staying in the
family. New owner Jeffrey Bobbitt, the
nephew of brothers George and Charles
Holt, has worked at the carwash since it
opened seven years ago.
'Tve been here since the beginning.Iwas
a half owner here, but Ijustrecently bought
out their shares and took over," he said.
The Holts also will continue to operate
their other three Jacksonville-area car
washes, including one on Park Avenue in
Orange Park.
"They taught me everything I know,
about the business," he said. "I am very ap-
preciative of that"
Bobbitt said he doesn't plan any major
changes and will offer the "sameprices, same
good services and same management"
Most of the customers are local business
owners and residents, including a number
of military personnel who want clean


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STAFF PHOTOS B. GREG WVALH
Carwash owner Jeffrey Bobbitt wipes down a car while worker Candice Taylor works
in the background on Friday, Sept. 2. Bobbitt recently bought the Blanding Boulevard
car wash from his uncles.


vehicles, Bobbitt said. Prices range from
the basic wash of $11.95, which includes
wiping windows and vacuuming, to a full-
service wash for $28.95.
But don't call it "detailing," he said.
"We don't like to use that term," Bobbitt,
34, said. "That really gets into a more in-
volved cleaning process that we don't offer."


While the ownership has changed,
many of the fa niliar faces remain on the
wipe-down crew. Bobbitt said he has a "core
group of about 12" that's stayed more.than
a year andis very dependable.
"I do have turnover in part of the
crew," he said. "If I can get them to stick
around for two or three weeks they seem


Members of the Jeffrey's Car Wash man-
agement team are from left, front row:
Dacry Kirkman and Crissy Palagyi; and
back row, Pam Nelson, Ryan Ballway and
Jeff Bobbitt.
to sLta longer"
"T he\ are g rea people."
The facility is open Monday through
Saturday from 8:30 am. to 5:25 p.m.


Auto dealer puts God first in business


By Kelly J. Stigliano, Correspondent
ORANGE PARK When Clem Davis
came to America from his home in New


Zealand in 1984, he was stunned by the
wealth here.
As a missionary for.Youth With A Mis-
sion (YWAM), he had spent the previous 12


years in much poorer areas of the world. A
YWAM 25th anni\ersai, celebiationc
briiillht him toCaliforinia.and seeing ex-
uernie abundance made his stomach twist
and nearly sent him home earIh.
When Davis was a teenager in New\
Zacland lea\ ing school at age 17 \,as not
social\ stiYimatizcd as it is in America.
Quitt in g scl hool to leaiin a trade wasjust
another option for a young man.
His first choice to join the military was
halted by his dad. At his father's urging,
Clem spent the next five years in an ap-
prenticeship to be an auto body technician.
He lived a wild life and traveled the
world, falling into self-destructive patterns
that lasted for years. When he was 32 years
old, he realized he was on a treadmill going
nowhere, accepted God's forgiveness and
gave his life to Jesus Christ. In 1980 he
found himself in a-Discipleship Training
School with YWAM in New Zealand.


While in the school, Clem grew as a
Chriistian and prepared to spread the
gospel. He also met a Mennonite girl
named Ch i lene from Buf falo. NY
During his visit in California four-years
later, he got in contact with Charlene and
visited her family in New York. Through
a.two-year series of God-ordained events,
they became engaged, married and even-
tually moved to New Zealand.
He supported his family through the
auto body trade and in 1994 they moved
back to America. Throughyears of work-
ing for Adesa Auctions, he began accu-
mulating the wealth thatliad originally
sickened him. A classic car collection,
boats and things became a source of pride
in his life.
He felt theLord calling him out of the
business world and into the ministry. He


DAVIS continued on page A-17


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By Lydia Filzen, Correspondent
ORANGE PARK The Orange Park
Communtnit Theaters season premiere
will feature the hilarious musical comedy
"Monky Business" during the month of
September.
The pla is the story of five monks
singing to save their way of life and their
monastery, with adversity provided by the
Devil himself. Fighting to keep their earh-
Iv home, the monks hold a radio-thon on
station WGOD to raise moneN. hoping for
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DAVIS from page A-15
then worked for the City Rescue Mis-
sion, a non-profit organization in
Jacksonville.
In time, he and his family began to
ree aluate their lies. He wasgrieved to
realize how he had allowed material
possessions to become so important to
him. While he still en jos s recondition-
ing vehicles, that hobby has slipped
down on his priority ladder.
Just two months ago. Clem opened
Da\ is Auto Enterprise. 967A Blanding
Blvd. with specific goals in mind. He
wants to offer good deals on good cars.
He pa\ s himself a small salary\ in coiin-
palrison to his sales. He investsa percent-
age into expanding his hiusiness. and
most. impurtand\, he donatesa generous
percentage to missions, his 1irst ICo\e.
Clm an his business to retle: t his


will delight e oeryone in the family.
"Monkv Business" was written by Todd
Mueller and Hank Boland. with musicand
IN rics by Gregg Opelka. Directed by Stan
Mesnick and Brenda Cohn, the cast in-
cludes OPCT favorites Leonard Alter man,
Joe Chisholm, Richard Haertel.Joe. Walz,
Stan Mesnick and Scott Broughton.
OPCT is located at 2900 Moods A\e.
Performances are scheduled for Sept 9-10.
16-18,23-25.29-30 and Oct. 1. Times are 8
p.m. except for the Sundac matinees,
which are held at 3 p.m.
Ticket prices ar e $15. with a discounted
rate of $13 for seniors, students and mili-
tary. Make reservations by calling (9(4 276-
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heart. "It's not what you blow out of
\our mouth at the pulpit," he sa s, "It's
b\ \our actions. \ou came in this world
w ith nothing and sou can't take it with
\ou. We have to invest in eternity."
Quoting Matthew 6:21 from the
Bible. Clem agreed. "... where sour
measure is. there vour heart will be also."
"The whole thing gets turned
around," he noted. "Acc unmulatIng assets
isn't important. MNI life has changed. I
have to get back to what I was taught in
Y'VAMN. We would rather invest ( our
money\ back into thie kingdom."
Togoalong with the whole iee\ alua-
tion mindset.Clem and his famih are rei-
thinking all areasof there lies. "My wife
and I ate considering (do,: wns zing our
house. \\'e don't need a ho,:,Lse that bis'."
"Businessmen shouldn't be afiaid to
hlonolr God." he said. "Wh \ i e we afi .id
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Local student becomes


Young Scientist nominee


By Trisha Cormeny, Staff
tcormeny@jcpgroup.com
ORANGE PARK Shannon Davis is just
like every other seventh grader, except she
recently became a semifinalist for the Dis-
covery Channel's Young Scientist award.
"I was really, really proud of myself and
I'd worked really hard," said the home-
schooled student who took one of the Top
400 nominations in the country as a sixth
grade student.
"Science is a really good thing to be in-
terested in."
Davis' project, Wolfe Spiders in Space:
Enhancement of Growth in Minimal
Light Conditions, won the young scholar
first placeat the Clar regional ScienceFair
last February. She also took third at the
State Science Fair last year, which landed
her an entry into the National Level Sci-
ence Fair, also known as the Young Scien-
tists Challenge 2005.
"I was just interested in how the Earth's
24-hour rotation affected things," said
Davis, whose interest flared after she
found out NASA was conducting similar
tests. "I thought,'Now I wonder how Wolfe
spiders getaffected from light."'
That spark of interest turned into a
months-long project that finished with the
discovery that Davis had made it to this


year's Young Scientist's nomination list. It's
a feat that no one else in Cla% or Duval
County can boastto have done this year.
"I realized I wanted to go into science in
the first grade," said Davis. "We were learn-
ing about photosynthesis and Ijust en-
Sjoyed looking at how the process worked."
According towww.discovery.com/dcysc,
The Yong Scientist Challengewasstartedin
1999whenDiscovery Communications Inc
partnered with Science Service to launch a
national science contest for middle school
students. It was "designed to encourage the
exploration, understanding and communi-
cation of science among the next genera-
tion of America'syouth."
"The contest reflects Discovery's phi-
losophy that science is ultimately a team
pursuit," the website states. "DCI believes
that the Discovery Channel Young Scien-
tist Challenge will become a tradition in
science education, and a natural stepping
stone for children who are enthusiastic
and inquisitive in elementary school, en-
couraging their interest in science as they
approach high school and college."
Davissaidshehopes to compete formore
than $40,000 in scholarship monies and the
right to become the top Young Scientist,
which comes with a $20,000scholarship.
SCIENTIST continued on page A-20


PHOTO SPECIAL TO CLAY TODAY
Middleburg resident Shannon Davis shows off her science fair display at the State Sci-
ence Fair earlier this year. Davis recently became a semifinalist in the Discovery Chan-
nel's Young Scientist Challenge.


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Mentors sought for programs aiding youths


By Debbie Israel Messer, Staff
disraelmesser@jcpgroup.com

FLEMING ISLAND Clay County youth
programs are looking for adults to serve
as mentors for local students.
The programs include Big Brothers Big
Sisters, Clay and Baker Kids Net, First Coast
Family Center, and Take Stock in Children.
These agencies, which use mentors in
their programs, have joined to work with
the Kesler Mentor Connection to provide
mentor training forall of the agencies.
New and prospective mentors for
these programs will receive training pro-
vided by the Kesler Mentoring Connec-
tion on Mon., Sept.26 from 4:30 to 7:30


p.m. at the Fleming Island Library, 1895
Town Center Boulevard.
The training is free and will prepare
prospective mentors for their mentorin g
experience.
Lynn Gerlach, a mentor for Take Stock
in Children, who started inJuly, was ap-
prehensive about starting as a menitor.
Gerlach took the mentor trairmine and
now raves about its value to prospective
and new mentors.
A retired teacher a nda parent whose
children are grow n. Geirlac h said she had
an"aha"moment about thle roleof a men-
tor which the training stresses is to listen
and care for st udents but notjudge them.
"For the first time I can-have a rela-


Organizations using mentors in their programs include:


Big Brothers Big Sisters
Clay Baker Kids Net
First Coast Family Center
Take Stock in Children


tionship.with a teenager without baggage
because she (her mentee) is not my
daughter and I am not their teacher, ".
said Gerlach." I don'thave to c ha nge he.'"
Take Stock in Children's Director
Anna Taylor says, "Mentors are not there
to fix a child's problem msh bt to help them


727-9797
278-5644
272-5040
272-8144


build skills they have."
The training will cover such topics as
the role of the mentor, comlmiIunication
skills. di ersit \. youth culture, and positive
youth development
MENTOR conitiilOtd on pageA-20


Company supports Education Foundation


Special to Clay Today
GREEN COVE SPRINGS A local com-
pany is helping the Clay County Educa-
tion Foundation try to reach its goal to
receive a grant from the Consortium of
Florida Education Foundations. -
W.G. Mills Inc., a management con-
sultant firm, recent ) gave $500 to the
foundation, which is eligible to receive a
$25,000 grant. However, in order to re-
ceive it, the foundation must raise a
match of $25,000 from the community.
The foundation will use the grant money
to find mini grants written by classroom
teachers to pio\ ide inlnoa ati\ e projects to


improve student academic achievement.
The grant will also help to fund the
"Black Stallion Literacy Project," which
promotes thejoy of reading while im-
proving comprehension. The Literacy
Project is researched based, correlated
withthe FCAT.
"After the Foundation launched this
project last year, the feedback from stu-
dents, parents and teachers was terrific,"
says Barbara Denton, foundation execu-
tive director and the school district's
grants development specialist.
For more information about the foun-
dation, contact Barbara Denton at (904)
2.84-6572.


MILITARY NEWS_


Navy Seaman Jason P. Titus, son of
Susan L.Rucker of Orange Park and Don-
ald R. Titus of Columbia, S. C., recently
comn pleted U.S. Na \v basic training at Re-
cruit Training Cornmmand.Great Lakes. Ill.
During the eight-week program, Titus
comn pl-ted utaining in study and practical
instruc tiin ol naval customs. first aid. fire-
fighting, water safety and survival, and
shipboard and aircraft safety: An.empha-
sis w as also placed on ph\ sical fitness.
Thecapstonee\en of boot camp. "Bat-
de Stations".gi, es i ecruits needed skills and
confidence andgalvanizesbasic warrior at-
tributes of sacrifice, dedication, teamwork
and endurance through the application of
basic Nay) skills and the core valuess of
Honor, Courage and Commitment Its dis-
tinctly "Navy" flavor was designed to take
into account \\hat it means to be a Silor:.
Tinm isa I201)3giaduateof Spring \alley
High School of Columbia, S. C.
MarineCorpsLanceCpl.Just inP.Sea.;
a2000graduateof Kel\stone HeightsHigh
School, and the Marines and Sailors of 2nd
Force Service Support Group (Forward) are
in die middle of a sclihdUled deploT ment in
WesterIlraq.
Seay'sunitdeployedfromCampLejeune,
N.C,insupportofOperatioriraqiFreedom
and to provide logistical support including
supplies, iairIenance. U ansportaion. land-
ingsupportandhealth servicesfor II Marinie
Expeditionary Force(Forward).
The4,00OMauinesandSailors pima\
mission is to assist in the reconstruction O!f
Iraq, and develop a safe and represented
Iraq that will contribute to the defeat of
the global threat of terrorism.
,Seayjoined the Marine Corps inJanu-
ary 2001.
.Q ,
NavyPettyOfficer2ndClassDanielle
M. Laymon, daughter of Shawne and step-
daughter of Laurence Gress of Orange
Park, recently returned from;deployment
while assigned to the aircraft carrier USS
Carl Vinson, homeported in Norfolk, Va.
Laymon and more than 7,600 of her
shipmates of the Carl Vinson Carrier
Strike Group deployed to the PersianGulf
in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom
(OIF)and die Global War on Terroi ism.
. Lavuui._'s. un it. made"port',4vsits,iA ,
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Manama, Bahrain, Dubai, and United
Arab Emirates. They also conducted 13
com ii nit v relations pro jets. help ng to
build schools.sheltels and churches.
Lavmon i( a 1999 graduate of Dutncan
-U. Fletcher Senior High School of Nep-
tune Beach, and joined the Navy in Au-
gust2004.
Air Force AirmanJonathan L. Cama-
.cho graduated from basic military train-
ing at Lackland Air Force Base, San
An.ltonio, Texas.
During the six weekss of training, the
airman studied the Air Force mission, or-
gani zaion.and militarycustomsandcour-
tesies: performed drill and ceremony
marches, and received physical training,
rifle maiksmalnship. field utraing exercis-
es.and special training in human relations.
n addition.airmen \w hocomlplete basic
training earn credits toward an associate
degree through the Colnmmniti College
of the Air Force.
The son of Patrick and May Camacho
of Middleburg, he isa 2004 graduate of
Middleburg High School. .
Air National Guard Airmanlst Class
Alexander M. Castillo grad uated from
basic military training at Lackland Air
Force Base, San Antonio; Texas.
During the six weeksof training, the air-
nian studied the Air Foice missionn. o, gan-
ization, and military customs and
courtesies; performed drill and ceremony
marches, and received physical training,
rifle marksmanship. field training e xe cis-
es.and special training in human relations.
In addition, airmen who complete basic
training earn credits toward an associate
degree through the Community College
of the AirForce.
The son ofPaul Casill;oof Orange Park
andgrandson of Rosalina Castillo of
Wahiawa, Hawaii, Castillo is a 2004 gradu-
ate of Orange Park High School.
AirForceAirmanJohnC.Munozgrad-
uated from basic military training at Lack-
land Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas.
During the six weeks of training, the air-
manstudiedtheAirForcemission,organiza-
ton, and military customs and courtesies;
MILITARY NEWS conirmued a,2pnag. A-20.
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W.G. Mills Inc. recently donated $500 to the Clay County Education Foundation. Pre-
sent during the check presentation were, from left: Steve Gormley, W.G. Mills vice
president; Dr. William Simmons, foundation president; Barbara Denton, foundation
executive director; Joe Frisco, W.G. Mills senior vice president; and Superintendent
David Owens.


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ALL TRUCK ANY YEAR

Show N Shine TRUCKS, SUV'S
& JEEP'S
CONTEST &JEEP'S
CTEST (Sorry No Cars)

20 Trophies to be awarded in various classes
Best of show gets $100 Cash Bonus
also included The "Ugliest Truck" category

CLAY COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS

Saturday, September 17, 2005

:Registration begins at 1 p.m.

Judging starts at 3 p.m..

$20 Entry Fee per Truck
Spectators admitted to Truck Show,
Free of Charge beginning at 1p.m.

All Trophy Winners will also
receive free admission to Saturday
Night Monster Truck Show and are
invited to participate in a parade
lap during intermission.


Concessions available by. Woody's Bar-B-Q
A portion of the proceeds will benefit the
J.P. Hall Children's Charities
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September 8, 2005


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Guard thanks Sheriff s Office for support


Special to Clay Today

GREEN COVE SPRINGS Sheriff Rick
Beseler received a certificate of recogni-
tion from Camp Blanding officials for
the Sheriffs Office support of employees
in the National Guard and Reserves.
The award came from the Employer
Support of the Guard and Reserve, which
is represented locallyby Col.USMCR (Ret)
Chris Rodatz..
The program builds relationships with
local employerslike the Clay County Sheriffs
Office and works to ensure that employees


serving in the Guard or Reserves receive the
job protection required by law when they re-
turn fromimilitary duty.
Beseler said he supports-the 13 CCSO
members currently serving in the mili-
tary. Of that number, 11 have already seen
or are currently in combat zones in Iraq:
Two were deployed locaa II and are se\ -
ing at CampBlanding.
In addition, one CCSO deputy was
called back into active duty following 9-11
and served in a Special Forces unit in
Afghanistan fighting the Taliban, the
Sherifs Office said.


MILITARY NEWS hi pa~ A-19

performed drill and ceremony marches,
and received ph\ sical traihnig.i ile nruks-
mianship, ield gaining e\ei(ses, and s'pe-
cialtraininginhumanrelations.
In addition, airmen who complete
basic training earn credits toward an as-
sociate degree through the Co:in mninitv.
College of the Air Force.
Muioz is the so'n of John Muniiz of
Jacksonville and BettyJohnson o:,f 'A -id-
dleburg, Fla.
Heise a 2002 giadiate of EngleTew-id
High Sc hoI ,I.Jackso nville.
ArmySgt.Janies Mi. E\erett gadiiat-
ed from Phase I of d he Explosive Ord-
lnancee Dispoi al lEOD) coi.lse at Redstone


Arsenal. HuntsI \ lle.Ala.
The soldier was urained to detect, iden-
tif \and disarm lnon-nulclear explosi e
ordnance.and a.sist wilh dispos.l of mu-
nitions and ex plhosive lde\ices, fuels an id
oxidizers:assist in detectui iresearmchlng. .
anld ideniuf -ing chenmial and biological
agents: locate, gain access, and dispose of
buried o0d nanwce, land mines, and other
explo'siee del\ ics. The student received
skills to iunlerstand fundamentals of
basicelectioni'.mintenaiteJancimd tie iof
EOD tools a nd k is,ind Ii iaza: dous n ate-
rial trailnspr.itation pi ol cedi tes..
Everett is the .so n cti F rances E. Becker.
of Palni Ba\. Fla. His wife,.Dana, is the
da ugh tue of Doug and Paula Dill,;n of
SOrange Pai k.


PHOTO SPECIAL TOCL 4 TODA,
Clay County Sheriff Rick Beseler, left, looks over a certificate presented to the Sher-
iffs Office by Col. USMCR (Ret) Chris Rodatz. The certificate thanks the Sheriff's Office
for its support of the Guard and Reserves.

SCIENTIST from page A-18 .. "I'ml ickled todeath."said Anita. who
also said tha it took lots of the spiders.
"I want to be a chemist," said Da% is, a which could groi to be as big as die palm
Middlebiii,, resident \ hlo can't \ait to of one's ha.nd. to condIuc the expeti-
see if she made it to the final lst hI."l just mellt"She \wo ked really hard. I \\as vr\
like atnms aind stift. It wvoiuld be cl to mlpressed wlth\elt \ thing shel'leauned."
inike diftfere nt elements. That I:uld be Da\ is 'as among On6bo\ s and 19i4
1eall) fuii" girls in from i'' sc hIools in 43 states to
Dl\ is 'inmthe. initu is\ eN\ pi.rid of naked the seminalist list. Finalisq.t ill
he- dai ughter's successC.. 'i a.lllin'- 'nced Sept. 1I.


MENTOR htowi, 'pg A-19 meet with their students. such as Bank of America, Florilda Rock that support s programs of fe-ing "ef-
Mentors will be fingerprinted at the aid CSX suppirti mentors using g office fective, innoa iti\ e solutions ut indi-
Gci latch 'ajs tn airing: ill pint a men- Fleming lSlnd se.siorn uionldertosiecdthe L hotti st11o become a mentor. \-idi Ial and community clhllnges.'
LOIt' mind" :at case" .i i in-g es- pr cessb which th hey bLcoiicaentot. The Kesler MentorIing Connection To register obtain additional in-
tions like hou\ match ups with students \\i- tied about time o l oi k tt be a is one ot the programs established, fori nation o.on can call the individual
occur, what responses are-appropi late mentr I: and funded, by a local foundation, agency offices ori de Kesler Mentol ing
t studeInts questions and whiee to Nlan\ N:[ theast Fl. ida employers, the Dolores P'ass Kesle: Foundation Connection office at 22L1-2410.




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INTRODUCTION TO
COMPUTERS
Beginners \dil ain knowledge orho"
dte computer operates, generalJ eirm.
naigadtin m\rindots. enmronmenft
guardmg jgainm !iruses wdl be
renewed Students wull be able o ntan
\ ;ndous. each and firnd dimnenb,.
open and luec a documentn. et \Vin-
di,\..s, and shilt do\ i a c3 Oimpu-er
Mlonda. s.10/10 11/28/2005
8 sessions 12 hours instruction
6:30-8:00 pm
$36.00
Instructor Joyce Harvey
Building 700 at Room 710
Ridgeview High School


KEYBOARDING
MADE SIMPLE
This is perfect class for new key
learners and hunt-and-peck key-
boardists! Students will learn new
keys, combine keys, improve ke.-
srokes and budd skills. These les-
sons will help students improve
their speed and control after they
learn the alphabetic and numeTic
.key reaches. "
Tuesday 09/20 10/25/2005
6 sessions 9 hours instruction
6:00-7:30 pm / $27.00 fee
Instructor: Dawn Guthrie
Orange Park High School Annex
Room B-1


MS WORD 2003
LEVEL I
Introduce sradenEt to the baic elements
of \Word 2001), ermnuologi and
coirrmands Lear how to oipen and
safe files, eim m.u-rns.. create d.cu-
nints. labels enmel:pes. sunmple tlbi-
and hboi toi print them

Tuesday 111/ 11/29/2005
8 sesions 12 hours instruction
6:30-8:111) pm
$36.00
Instructor: Joyce Harvey
Building 6. at Room 690
Ridgeliew High School


BEGINNING
CONVERSATIONAL
:SPANISH
Our Spanish class is
designed to focus on everyday
essential expressions.
Spanish is not complicated!
SSpanish is fun to learn!
Spanish is profitable!
Thursday 09/15-10/20/2005
S 6:00-8:00 pm
$36.00 fee
Instructor: Maria Ordufia
Orange Park High School Annex
B-Wing, Room 5


MICROSOFT EXCEL
LEVEL I
Introduce students to E\cel iork-
book and % orkshees. gain \ working
knowledge of tennis and na\iganon
of the spreadsheet Entering. edt-
ag. labels and formulas of simple
%alues Foniatring of ro\\s.
columns dId Ite
\Vednesda s 10. 12 12/07.2005
s m,.lni 9 liour insmrueianii
No C; .. .. .. .. .... Thanksgiving
h:.311,t:ii pm

Ib.r.mcr.,i )Io)ct Hanre)
Building 3 at Room 315


PHOTOGRAPHY I
Beginners, wishing to get an
understanding of basic photog-
raphy. It will .cover cameras,
film and. digital, lighting and
composition. Bring your own
camera equipment and learn.

Monday 10/10- 11/14/2005
6 sessions 9 hours instruction
6:30-8:00 pm / S22.00 fee
Instructor: Joseph Lorentzson
Orange Park High School AnTiex
Room B-8


COMPUTER
BASICS

Learn the basics on our
Dell computers running
Windows XP.
E-mail. \\od processing
and Internet searching will
be coL\ered. Answers to the
questions \ou ha\e but
afraid to ask! This is not an
in-depth course and \\Ill
touch onuman\ topics.
Instruction w ith a dose of
humor and down-to-earth
help designed to meet
your needs.

Tuesda s
09/27-11/15/2005
6:30-7:30 pm
8 sessions
$24.00 fee
Instructor: Jeanne Owen
Charles E. Bennett Elementary
Green Co\e Springs
Room 16


Fall GED & ESOL
There are no fees for these classes.


ORANGE PARK
Doctors inlet Elementary
GED M1mn 'Aed in BUl. R. -'0)
0l p.IT,. 3i1 FP m

Fleming Island High School
GOED .orh n 'A ,J ,rn l 1
f, o p.m j s 'm p m

Orange Park High School
Adult Education Center
GED M.lr, & ed in B Wing
90 Xa' s m 11I 30 a.n
GED: l.lon & Wed in B ,inng
6.ir, pm -8 i30i pmp
ESO-L Morn Wed in C Wiing
o ou p m. 5.30 p ni

Orange Park Jr. High School
GED Tues & Thur Ponrable 56
r 00 p.m. Y A p.m.

Ridgeview High School
GED' Tuc.& ThurR Roism :1i
S i) p mrr. 8 3r, p m

W.E. Cherr) Elemenlary School
GED. Tue & Thj r P-orabile
6. lt, p i-r 1 30 p i


GREEN COVE SPRINGS
Lake Asbury Jr. High
(Coming Soon)
GED: Tu~ Thurs
f':):0 p m. '30 p pm
Clay High School
GED- Tu Thbur. RnRom 301
6:ii p m 83 p rn
NMIDDLEBURG
Middleburg High School
(Coming Soon)
GED Rornm 24!. in Bldg I
Mon &Wed
6 00ppm. 8'3? pin

ildkinson Elementary School
GED Room -28, in Bldg4
Mon. & Wed.
6 00 p m. 30 p m

Middleburg Elementary School
GE D.:Tu .&Thburs uLrar' Rowm 11.
6:00 pm e 30 p.m

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
Keystone Heights
High School
GED- Monr &Wed
o.Lol pm. 8'30 pm.


2 WAYS TO SIGN UP OR GET MORE INFORMATION


Stop in to Adult Community Education Center at
Orange Park High School Campus 2306 Kingsley Ave,
Orange Park and fill out the registration form.


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OBITUARIES


IDA YOUNG
Mrs. Ida buying 67.ot Jacksonville, FL.
passed awa Saturday, September 3.2005.
Boi n, Febi uarv 4.1938 in Catania. ltal',she
w.asa surv\iorof the American in\ asionof
Sicil\. She held an associates degree in
nursing and workedd at the Catania. Sicily
General Hospital. Ida was work ng as a sec-
retarN in a law fuim when she met [ier lhis-
band, a USN career enlisted man. In her
new role of homemaker, she bore and
raised two wonderful children, Steve and'
Lisa. This homemaker role was performed
for 2 years inMeridian, MS, 2 years in New-
port, RI, 3 years in Washington, DC, 4 years
in Sigonella, Sicily and last 6 years in Rota,
Spain. Moving toJacksonville, FL on her
husband's retirement inJanuary 1983, she
continued her sacrifices to her family. Ida
was of the Catholic faith and enjoyed fish-
ing, bowling and was an excellent cook.
Survivors include her loving husband of
42 years, Benny W.Young; children: Steve
Young, Jacksonville, FL, Lisa (Lt. Col.
Kevin) Stoddard, Hackettstown, NJ; sisters:
Olga Cassar of Germany and'Lydia Cassar,
Naples, Italy; grandchildren: Alex and
Gabriel. The family will receive friends
from 6:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. on Friday,
September 9th, at Broadus-Raines & Pons
Family Funeral Home. Services will be
held 11:00AM Saturday, September 10th, in
the Chapel of Broadus-Raines & Pons
Family Funeral Home with Fr. Luke
McLoughlin officiating. Interment will
follow in Peoria Cemetery, OP. Arrange-
ments are under the care of Broadus-
Raines & P:i is Famiii Funeral Home, 501
Spring St, Green Cove Springs.

AMY MARGARET FOURAKER
CLAXTON
Mrs.AmyMargaret
Fouraker Claxton, 68,:
passed away at home
cni Suinda\. Sept ember
4.2it15 after- a long ill-
ness, -surrounded by
her loving family. She
isnow with her Heav-
enly Father. She was
an active member of The Church ofJesus
Christ of Latter-day Saints in Live Oak, FL.
Sheis survived\ her losing h u sbhnmd of al-
most 50 years, Bobby Claxton; 4 daughters:
Carol (Mark) Richardson,-Payson, UT;
Pamela (Danny)Lewis, Live Oak, FL;Julie-



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Ann (Br\an Buch man. Orange Park. FL:
Kell\ Rick Lusb. AikLen. SC:2 brothers:
Pearsall IMartha)Fori aker. White Springs,
FL.; Franklin IBettNl Fouraker. White
Spings. FL: 3 sisters: Marn (Ivey) Harris,
White Springs. FL: Avis (the late Harlevl
Cason, White Spriings; Lula IGerald I Her-
ring. Li\e Oak. FL. .Am was a lo\ ing wife.
mot her, grandmother and friend to all.
She spent her life in the service of others.
She enjoyed keep ng jour nals of her life,
gardening, genealogical research, travel-
ing with her husband, reading, spending
time with her family and taking man\ pic-
turs of her nine grandchildren and one
great-grandchdild. Harri T. Reid Funeral
Home in Jasper. FL is in charge of the
arrangements. Bishop Larry Lewis will
preside over the funeral. Services were
held Wednesday, September 7th, at The
Church ofJesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
in Live Oak, FL. Interment followed at the
SEergreen Cemeter) inJasper,FL.

MARGARET L, JEWELL
Mrs. Margaret L.Jewell, 86, GCS, FL,
passed awa:v Saturday, September 3,2005.
Born, August 25,1919 in Itmann, WV she
was a homemaker and a member of Har-
bor Baptist Church. Survivors include her
loving husband of 65 years, VerminJ.Jew-
ell; sons: Robert Lee (Sharon)Jewell, Fayet-
teville, NC, Reginald V (Karen) Jewell,
Lincolnton, NC, Thomas E. (Sue)Jewell,
\i I i ngti ln,, NC, Samuel H. (Patsy)Jewell,
Orange Park, FL; daughter, Victoria Lynn
(Raidv) Blackwell. Powhatan, VA; brother,
Jack I Lill\ S.iulei sn Bcc kley,WV; sisters:
Ollie Acord Glen Fork, WV Ruth Kahle,
Princeton, WV; 20 grandchildren ard 21
great-grandchildren. Funeral services were
held Wednesday. September 7th.at HaTbor
Baptist Chui ch \ ith R\i.verend Samunel H.
Jewell officiating. Interment followed in
Hickory Grove Cemetery: Arrangements
are Iu under the care of Broadus-Raines &
Pnols Family Fiiner al Home.

ROBERTC. COOPER
Mi. Robet t C. Cooper. 33. passed aw a\
.on September 1, 2005. He was born in
Toms River, NJ and resided in the Clay and
Duval County areas since 1996. Mr. Coop-
er was the warehouse manager for Flem-
ing and Son Tile Company. Survivors
include his mother, Anne Lehtinen; son,
Kaylib Cooper: daughter, Kira Cooper;


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GA and a member of Calvary Baptist
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Bass Masters Association and was the
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wife of 31 years, Sandy Selph, a daughter,
Heather Selph, his mother, Florence S.
Selph. 2 isteirs: Elaine Mercer and Sandra
Merriu. Furieral-services were held
\Wednesday. September 7th, at Calvary
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Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers the fam-
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JAMES 'UIM" L. STEFANIK
Mr.James 'Jim" L. Stefanik, 51, Orange
Park, FL, passed away on Thursday, Sep-
tember 1, 2005. Mr. Stefanik, a native of
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cats. Mr. Stefanik is survived by his wife.
Robin Stefanik: tuo sons: Richard Mcln-
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Car seat check minimizes injury to local children


By Debbie Israel Messer, Staff
disraelmesser@jcpgroup.com

ARGYLE Dottie and Frank Akel are
speaking out to urge other parentsto take
part in free car seat safety checks offered
by the Clay County Sheriffs Department
at checkpoints around the county.
TheAkels now have first hand knowl-
edge of the importance of having the
proper installation for car seats.
Dottie Akel had just finished having
the car seats of both of her sons,Joshua
and Jacob, checked at the Toys-R-Us
monthly checkpoint when her Dodge
Durango was rear-endedby a pizza deliv-
ery vehicle in early August.
According to Akel, the safety check
personnel had turned her sonJoshua's car
seat back from front to rear facing as well
as adjusting the straps for both children.
The Akel's, thinking thatJoshua was
old enough, had just turned it front fac-
ing in the rear sear. -
"We thought they were in correctly, said
Akel, but when we went through the check
point we were told the straps needed to be
changed and the seat turned back around."
Bernita Bush, of the Clay County Pub-
lic Safety Department, coordinates the
sheriff's department program, says the
Akels' experience is not unique.
"There are many parents who think.
they have installed the seats coirrec tl."
said Bush.
Bush said 50% of child fatalities in \e-
hicle accidents are due to incorrect in-
stallation and use of car seats.


The county has set up the checkpoints
to help parents see exactly how the seats
should be installed. Parents are asked to
bring the children who will be placed in

Clay County Car Seat
Safety Checkpoint sites
for September are:
Sept. 10: 10to 1
Toys-R-Us 972 Wells Road
Sept. 17: 12 to 4
Argyle Babies-R-Us
Parents can call the checkpoint hotline at
213-5927 for future dates and locations.
the seat so the correct location of the
straps can be checked as well.
Technicians at the checkpoint have to
have 32 hours of training in order to be certi-
fied. As part of the check,parents learn about
installation, straps, the type of seat to beused,
and when a child can safely use a seatbelt.
The technicians also look at the sur-
face of the seat and the need for neck re-
straint if it doesn't exist in the car..
"We often tell parents to use shelf lin-
ing or pool "noodles" on the car's seat in
order to have the child seat get a good
"grab", said Bush.
They also remind parents to never use
car seats of" unknown history" such as
those from garage sales or from consign-
merit shops.
Those car seats may have been in an
accident, ha\ e been recalled by the gov-
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Middleburg couple takes the reins and enjoys it


By Tonya Davie, Correspondent
MIDDLEBURG Connie and Robert
Bond ha\e an interesting hobb\ thai
keeps them vern bust. The\ participate in
reining horse competitions.
No, that does not mean the\ go
around checking the reins on all the
horses the\ see.
Reining is the western version of dres-
sage. the English riding competition
where the rider dresses in a special outfit
and the\ ride their horses around a
course wiih jumps and turns.
Reining is where the rider wearsjeans
and cc\bn bo boots. Rider and horse also
proceed through a planned course but
the movements more T Closel resemble
[the movies a co% bo\ and hoi rse wonld go
through while herding cattle. During this
extent, the rider shows lhoi\ to guide and
control the horse with subtle gestures.
The Bonds li\e in Middleburg and
tri\ el f-uii r times a ueek toOc ala. here
their dining ho ses are boarded. to prac-
Lice thi spol t
Ionnie Bo:nd was the first to enter this
sport with Robert's support. .ftei a \ear
or so of watching g his wife compete,
Robert also decided to become a com-
peting reiner.
Recently, the Bonds participated in a
competition and earned die iight to pio-
ceed on to the ne[x level of competition.
This event, titled the Eastern U.S. Finals,
\ill soon take place in Springfield.O)hio.
Florida has some of the best non-pro
riders and non-pro coaches and trainers
in the world, according to Robert. He
and his wife hale been fortunate to
hookup with these people since being in
this sport.
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Connie Bond and Melolena shows how it's done in a reining competition.


Robert and Connie Bond proudly pose with their reining horses, Blackie and PW, and
their dogs, Toby and Bonni.


There are a lot ol Reining slhois iin
Ocala and the Flor ida Reining Horsre As-
sociation (FRHAi is trying to make
arrant emlents t hae shows put ion at tihe
newJacksomn ille Eqlestrian Center.
The Bonds aglee that e\en itho1ugi
the\ greatrl enjoy\ this spo t. it does take
u p a lot of their i me. Thle croutple does not
get to complete all of the pi cjects around
the house that need to be done. "It's a lot
ot fuin and commitment." said Robert.
Connie adds, "It takes, time,l monie\ colm-


mitment iand skill.
The\ also ha\e to ,o1 k their hobb\
around their jobs. "\\e \would like to thankl
St. Vincent Hospital for letting usdo w hat
we do." said Robert.
To learn nore .about the sport, go on-
line to National Reining Horse Associa-
tion (NRHA- website at w\ w.nrha.com.
The second is the FRHA at
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President approves emergency declaration for Florida


Special to ClayToday
WASHINGTON- Michael D. Brown, De-
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pal federal official for Hurricane Katrina
response and head of the Federal Emer-
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its efforts to assist e\ acuees from areas
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Assistance is available in response t
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Tracking team trains in Fleming Island


By Amy Dimmock, Co-rrepondenl
If you've driven past Fleming Island High
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That man is Fleming Island resident Bill
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heads to the field in front of the high school
with his dog Sherry, a six-month old Belgian
Tervuren, to teach her the art of tracking.
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Tracking is also done for sport. Accord-
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"Tracking is a sport that demonstrates a
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a scent and is the foundation of canine search
TRACKER continued o;n page A-26


CORRESPrONDErji PHOIO B A.1. DirlMOCi
Bill Cooper's dog Shern follows the scent during a tracking training session in front of Fleming Island High School.


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TRACKER from page A-25


and rescue work."
While Sherry waits patiently for her turn,
Cooper walks a 500 yard track, marking var-
ious turns and the finishing point with red
flags. At the end he drops a glove with his
scent, the prize Sherry will be searching for.
Then it's Sherry's-turn. Nose to the
ground, she follows the scent left from
Cooper's shoes as he walked the course.


children were brought to the orphanage after
losing their parents in the war.
Though never adopted, he believes he
learned a lot at the orphanage. "The reason
I've done so well in life was because I was
raised by Nuns and Priests," he said.
He talks about how he and the other chil-
dren were taught to work hard in a very
strict environment. Even making their beds
had to be done correctly.
Of himself and others from the orphan-


That man is Fleming Island resident
Bill Cooper. Two to three mornings a
week he heads to the field in front of
the high school with his dog Sherry,
a six-month old Belgian Tervuren.


With only a few voice commands from-
Cooper, Sherry tracks the scent through the
course of turns until she locates the glove at
the end.
Cooper's life has also taken many turns in
his 72 years. "I grew up in a Catholic orphan
home with 6000 orphans in Staten Island,
New York," he said.
Memories of that time seem strong as he
recalls a time during WWII when German


age, he remarks, "We left; got jobs and
turned out to be good citizens."
He speaks of working in a grocery store
one day, only to be drafted by the Army the
next day to fight in the Korean War. During
the war he became involved with training dogs
to kill as wellas to locate bombs and people;
After the war he attended the University
of Georgia where his experience playing
baseball influenced his decision to become an


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's and has the post office.
After retirement a few years ago, he de-
Manager cided to show dogs with his wife Gail. Gail
generally shows the dogs in conformation,
while Cooper participates in tracking. When
asked why, Cooper answered, "It was some-
thing to do."
As owners of several Belgian Tervuren
fif dogs, he and Gail attend 12 or more AKC
shows each year.
He and Sherry have been working to-
gether for several months. In just two more.
S months he believes she'll be ready for her
first official AKC tracking event, and he thinks
she'll do well. "This one has a good nose on
i her," he said.
S The AKC has three different tracking titles.
To be awarded the first title, Tracking Dog
(TD), the dog must follow a track between
440 500 yards long with 3 5 changes in di-
rection. The scent must be aged from 30 min-
utes up.to .120.;minutes. At the end of the
track the dog must indicate the item found.
For example, when Sherry locates the
glove at the end of the track, she indicates
she has found.it by lying down as Cooper has
taught her. If dogs locate the glove but con-
tinue on without indication, they will not be
awarded the TD title.
The tracking tasks required to be award-
ed the second and third titles, Tracking Dog
Excellent (TDX) and Variable Surface Track-
er (VST), respectively, increase with difficul-
S ty. Dogs that earn all three tracking titles are
awarded the Champion Tracker (CT) title.
Earning the awards is not easy. This past
April Cooper was one of about 25 attempt-
ing to earn a TD title. At that show, only
three passed, one of which was Cooper's dog.
S"Normally there are about five or six dogs
tracking at a show," he said. "And normally
one to two pass." .
Not content just to show, Cooper also
judges AKC tracking events when not com-
peting and also officiates local volleyball, soft-
ball and basketball games.


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Local resources can help with Alzheimer's


By Amy Dimmock, Correspodent

FLEMING ISLAND It is estimated that up
to 4 million Americans suffer from the pro-
gressive brain disorder Alzheimer's Disease.
And caring for someone with the disease can
be challenging at best.
Many people care for their loved one at
home, but sometimes due to many factors,
home care is not possible. Thankfully when
home care isn't an option, there are facilities
that specialize in Alzheimer's care.
One such facility isThe Terrace at Flem-
ing Island, a skilled nursing and rehabilita-
tion facility that offers respite care and
short and long term care but also has a
wing built and staffed specifically for care of
Alzheimer's patients.
Details for residents' safety and lifestyle
were planned for before and during con-
struction. For example, residents' rooms
have no mirrors since many Alzheimer's
patients believe themselves to be younger.
Floors, though clean, are less shiny so res-
idents don't think the floor is wet. Central
heating and air conditioning units are thru
the ceiling so there are no confusing or po-
tentially dangerous wall units.
The self-contained unit offers 15 beds a
number, according to The Terrace's Admin-
istrator Larry Montroy, that was chosen to
be manageable, a number that allows for in-
dividual service and attention.
"Everyone's loved one is important and
we have to try to meet their needs all the
time," said Montroy. "All people really want
is for their loved one to be safe, dry, well fed,
and happy as they can be."
Alzheimer's residents at The Terrace have
a separate dining room, lounge, activities,
outdoor courtyard and other amenities.
"We try to work with them in their
world instead of forcing them to fit in
ours," said Kate Riggs, Social Services Di-
.rector at The Terrace. "The Alzheimer's
Unit should be the most happening place,
like a permanent weekend. They should be
able to have fun, hang with friends.:. We
validate the experiences they're having at
the time."
Staff members are trained and experi-
enced in helping not just the resident but
his or her family as well. "A big problem
families have is guilt. We want to help re-
lieve that," said Montroy. He adds that it is
often helpful for-family members to talk
about the disease and find out they're not
alone in dealing with Alzheimer's and the
challenges it brings.
It is also difficult coping with how someone
changes when they have Alzheimer's. "We
can talk to the family. They may see Mother
as before, but she's not," said Montroy:
"Families need to learn ii's okay to grieve,"
added Riggs. "We help them try to have a re-
lationship with the person they are now."
Every person and every situation is unique.
"Someone once told me," shared Riggs, "If
you've met one person with Alzheimer's,
you've.met one person with Alzheimer's."
Montroy is proud of his staff. "We make
our standards higher," he said. "People want to
work here; it's not just a job. You really have
to want to care for the elderly. It's a calling."
Montroy views The Terrace as a communi-
ty resource and looks forward to working fur-;
ther with community members. He is currently
planning more involvement with groups like the


A pri\ ate lounge is part of the Alzheimer's wing at The Terrace at Fleming Island.

Alzheimer's Association and their Walk-A-
Thon plus offers The Terrace as a resource.
"Any need the community has, I'll offer the
space for them to meet here," says Montroy
about his willingness to host Alzheimer sup-
port or other group meetings at The Terrace.
He invites people to call with questions
about Alzheimer's or other needs, regard-
less of whether or not they have a loved .
one residing in The Terrace. "Ask the
question. If we don't have the answer, we
can find it or give you the number of some-
one who can."
When considering the best home for a
loved one with Alzheimer's, Montroy be-
lieves you should know all about any place '
you're considering. He recommends touring-
the facility at different times and talking to h li
staff and others about it. Of The Terrace, he
offers, "Come here, tour the facility. Let us
show you what we can do."
The Terrace is located in Fleming Island
Plantation at 1125 Fleming Plantaion Boule-
vard. Visit the facility or call 904-541-3500
for more information.
For additional information about-
Alzheimer's Disease, if you have access to .
the internet, the resources available are al-
most limitless. Sites such as www.alz.org or
www.alzheimers.org offer information
about the disease and much more.
If you do not have internet access, local li-
braries offer internet access, or call the
Alzheimer's Association at 904-398-5193.
Also, an Alzheimer's support group can help
by providing information and the opportunity
to talk with others who are experiencing a -
common situation.
The Clay Couriy Council on Aging of- ,
fers an Alzheimer's support group that
meets the third Tuesday each month from


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ARRESTS


The Clay County Sheriffs Office arrest-
edthe following people during the week of
Sept. 2-5. For more information, call the
sheriffs office at 284-7575.

Bryson, Richard: no valid driver license,
no motor vehicle registration, attached tag
not assigned
Cappelli, Dominick: worthless check
Gay, Catherine: dui, open container, re-
sisting without violence
Harris, Brian: writ of attachment, writ of
bodily attachment
Hietpas, Cheryl: worthless check
Lowe, Steven: indirect criminal contempt
of court
Mcallister, Scott: worthless check x3
Mckinstry, Anthony: driving while license.
is suspended or revoked
Melton, joan: worthless check
Pipkin, Tammey: habitually driving while li-
cense is suspended or revoked
Reed, Matthew: defraud innkeeper
Waddington, Beverly: worthless check
Waldrop, Andrew: indirect contempt of
court
Whiddon, Karen: dui
Whitehurst, George: driving while license
is suspended or revoked
Wise, Gregory: disorderly intoxication
Blythers, Charles: unlawful to alter motor
vehicle validation tag, worthless check c2, no
valid driver's license
Bolick, Todd: violating game and fish rules
of failure to pay x2
Borden, Shon: fraudulent use of a credit
card
Brinley, Matthew: contempt of court
Brown, Michael: sex offender register
Byers-Parker, Felicia: worthless check
Chartier, David: indecent exposure in-
public
Cribbs, Kathy: worthless check c2, worth-
less check/draft/debit card make
Crosby, Dewayne: grand theft


Dexterhouse, Laurie: dui
Eckhardt, 'Robert: grand theft, resisting
without violence
Foster, Monaka: burglary to dwelling,
grand theft
Guthrie, Steven: writ of bodily attachment
Higginbotham, Tyler: failure to appear on
bail
Ignacio, Michelle: worthless check x2
Jenkins, Crystal: loitering or prowling
King,Jeremy: domestic battery
Musser, Jeffrey: driving while license is
suspended or revoked
Myers, Jason: affray
Perkins, James: failure to appear on bail
Perry, Johnny: driving while license is sus-
pended or revoked
Rounds, Tammy: poss of cocaine, poss of
drug paraphernalia
Salman, Faisal: false report of bomb
Stone, Sheila: petit theft
Thomas, Terrance: writ of bodily attach-
ment
Warner, William: worthless check x3
Webb, Richard: dui
Westberry, Bobby: child abuse
Williams, Gregory: giving false name or id
Wilson, Rickey: writ of attachment
Allen, Richard: knowingly driving while li-
cense is suspended or revoked
Blizzard, Adam: driving while license is
suspended or revoked x5
Butler, Terrence: driving while license is
suspended or revoked
Byrd, Ryan: grand theft auto
Campbell, Casey: driving while license is.
suspended or revoked
Carter, Derek: driving while license is
suspended or revoked
Cook, Richard: fugitive from justice
Estrella, Dustin: attempted burglary
Gilliland. Michelle: domestic battery
Green, William: dui, driving while license
is suspended or revoked
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Mcneish, Phyllis: petit theft
Ortiz, Pablo: reckless driving with per-
sonal injury
Padgett, Kimberly: poss of drug parapher-
nalia
Patten, Anthony: poss of cocaine, poss of
drug paraphernalia
Rowland, James: grand theft
Seymour-Stubbs, Amanda: aggravated as-
sault, retial theft, resisting arrest without vi-
olence


Smith. Corey: controlled substance of co-
caine, poss of marijuana less than 20 grams,
poss of drug paraphernalia
Spicer, Robert: indirect criminal con-
tempt, deal in stolen property
Warner, William: worthless check x3
Wilson, Dwayne: knowingly driving while
license is suspended or revoked
Woods. Phylleria: driving while license is
suspended.or revoked

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Community Hospice



fills leadership posts


Special to Clav Today

JACKSONVILLE Community Hospice
of Northeast Florida has announced the
promotion of two employees to help lead
the nonprofit organization and manage its
continuing growth-Dennis Griffin, R.Ph..
assistant vice president of operations and
Phillip Ward. assistant vice president of ad-
ministration.
Community Hospice's patient census has
tripled within the last three years and con-
tinues to grow. The assistant vice president
positions were created to help strategically
manage Community Hospice's growth.
In his role as assistant vice president of
operations, Griffin will lead the organiza-
tion's pharmacy and durable medical equip-
ment departments while also assisting
President and Chief Executive Officer Susan
Ponder-Stansel with legal and contractual
matters, special projects, staff development
and policy and organizational development.
Griffin began working at Community
Hospice in 2001 as director of pharmacy
services and durable medical equipment. He
has a bachelor's degree in pharmacy from
the University of Florida and holds mem-
berships in the American Pain Society. Duval
County Pharmacy Association, Florida Phar-
macy Association and Florida Society of
Health System Pharmacists.
Griffin and his family reside in Green
Cove Springs.


ALZHEIMER'S from ptage A-27

6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the Orange Park
Senior Center, 414 Stowe Ave. For addi-
tional information on their support group,
call 269-4731; .-


Ward, assistant vice president of admin-
istration, will oversee the human resources
and information technology departments
while also assisting Ponder-Stansel with spe-
cial projects including process and project
management, gathering and analysis of data
for decision support and strategic planning.
He began his tenure at Community Hos-
pice in 1992 as a financial analyst. During his
employment, he has served the organization
in several roles-from finance manager to
chief information officer, where he super-
vised several construction projects including
the Charles M. Neviaser Educational Insti-
tute on Community Hospice's Mandarin
campus and the George and Margaret Mor-
ris Center for Caring at ShandsJacksonville.
Ward most recently completed the Uni-
versity of Florida's Executive Education Pro-
gram where he studied process and project
management. He and his family make their
home in North Jacksonville.
Established in 1979 as the first hospice
program in the area, Community Hospice of
Northeast Florida has served more than
34,000 children and adults at home, in long-
term care facilities, hospitals and at the Earl
B. Hadlow Center for Caring in Mandarin
and the George and Margaret Morris Cen-
ter for Caring on the Northside.
The nonprofit organization currently has
more than 600 employees providing care to
more than 900 patients daily in Baker, Clay,
Duval, Nassau and St. Johns counties.


Life Care Center of Orange Park, 2145
Kingsley Ave., also hosts an Alzheimer's sup-
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of each month from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. If
you have questions, they can be reached at
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Ashley Whaley, 20, forgery,
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Swimming fely: a every

pool owner should know


Special to Clay Today

ORANGE PARK As the Southeast's lead-
ing provider of pool equipment, chemicals
and accessories, Pinch A Penny wants every-
one to get maximum enjoyment from their
pools, so they take the concept of safe swim-
ming very seriously.
"Having fun and the safe operation of your
pool are not mutually exclusive ideas," said
Gynn McGrath, Pinch-A-Penny's marketing
manager. "If pool owners understand where
they can focus their safety efforts, needless ac-
cidents will hopefully be prevented."
Because there is no'"silver bullet" in pre-
venting accidental drowning, Pinch A Penny
advocates the use of a "layers of protection"
approach that is designed to give a pool
owner extra time to find a child before an ac-
cident occurs.
. According to McGrath, a multi-layered ap-
proach includes:
Securing all entrances to a pool, including
any access from the home.
Locks and alarms need to be placed above
the reach of small children.
Alarms must remain connected and must
be loud enough to notify the owner
A barrier or fence must surround the pool
Finally, in lieu of a safety fence, a safety
cover can prevent a young child from entering
the water
"Fences, locks and alarms work to prevent
access to the pool area, while covers prevent
access to the water itself," McGrath said.


Unintentional drowning accidents are the
second leading cause of injury death among
children under the age of 4 and the majority of
accidents that occur at a residential pool hap-
pen while the child is being supervised, ac-
cording to the Centers for Disease Control.
"Adults need to be aware that drowning
can be silent and can happen quickly, even in a
brief lapse of supervision," McGrath said.
Pinch A Penny offers the following advice for
the safe and enjoyable use of your home pool..
Make sure everyone knows how to swim
- According to the American Red Cross, "the
best thing anyone can do to stay safe in and
around the water is to learn to swim". And al-
ways make sure that anyone in the pool is fol-
lowing the buddy rule.
Water wings and inflatable tubes are not
safety devices Use and trust only a U.S. Coast
Guard approved life vest or personal floatation
devices.
*Make sure drains and vacuum outlets are
covered properly Hair and limbs can.easily be
caught in uncovered drains and suction areas.
Anti-entrapment devices can be installed to
help prevent this from occurring.
Make sure there is rescue equipment on
hand at all times A 12 foot reaching pole or
shepherd's crook, a ring buoy or-a rope with
a floating lifeline should be mounted in con-
spicuous areas within 20 feet of the pool.
SSince opening its first store in 1975, Pinch
A Penny has become the largest franchised
retail pool, patio and spa company in the
United States.


ARRESTS from page A-28 Taylor, John: grand theft, poss of mari-
juana
De La Cruz, Eron no valid drivers license Vazquez, Juan: attempted murder, false
Enrque. Julio: driving while license is imprisonment
suspended or revoked Woomer. Michael: knowingly driving
Kinnear, Chad: poss of cocaine while license is suspended or revoked
Lee. Todd: driving while license is sus- Zawacky, Jason: driving while license is
ended or revoked suspended or revoked x5


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OBITUARIES


OBITUARIES from page A-21

JOHN CEREIJO
Mr. John Cereijo, 75, of
Valdosta, GA passed away on
Sunday, August 28, 2005.
Born on May 16,1930 inNY,NY, Mr. Cerei-
jowas a retired Aviation Machinist's Mate B
SecondClassin the United States Navy. Mr.
Cereijo is survived by three sons:John
Michael "Mickey" Cereijo, Eric Burnett,
and Wesley Burnett; 2 daughters: Denise
Williams andTeresa Powell; one brother,
Mike (Harriet) Cereijo; and nine grand-
children. Graveside services for Mr. Cerei-
jo were held on September 1st, at Riverside
Memorial Park inJacksonville. Arrange-
ments by Broadus-Raines & Pons Family
Funeral Home.

JOE MCARTHUR "MAC" SWEAT
Mr.Joe McArthur "Mac" Sweat, 53, who
was born on Nov. 30,1951 and passed away
on Wednesday, Aug. 31, 2005 following a
brief illness. Mr. Sweat was the owner of In-.
tercom & Sound, Inc. and was preceded in
death by his father and mother, Joe L.
Sweat and Elizabeth Tapley Sweat. Sur-
vivors include his loving wife of 31 years,
Donna Hicks Sweat; sons:Jacob McArthur
Sweat and Caleb Chulton Sweat; brother,
RonaldL. (Vicki) Sweat; sisterJenny (Dave)
Pettigrew; uncle, Rev.J. Marvin Sweat,Jr.;
loving-in-lawsjesse C.and Betty Hicks; sis-
ters-in-law; Terry (Dave) Perrigo and Bren-
da (Tim) Robertson; many cousins, nieces
and nephews. Family will receive friends
on Friday) 6:308:30 PM at Hardage-Gid-
dens Rivermead Funeral Home. Memori-
al services will be held Sau rda\. 11 AM at
Orange Park United Methodist Church.
2051Park Ave. Orange Park \ ith Pastor
Pearl Boles officiating. In lieu of flowers
memorial donations ma\ be made in
honlr of Mac to Orange Park United
Methodist Church.

JOHN DOUGLAS CUSTER
JohnrDouDglas Ctster. 85.
Titus\ ille. FL passed awa.
Monday. Augutitst 29,2005, in
GCS. FL. Boin.June 6.1920
in Washington D)C. he has been a resident
.of the Tirtusille comm unit since 1965.
He received a Bachelor'sI)egere in Ci\ il
Engineering from the UiniUersiti of NIMD


and a Masters Degree from Harvard Busi-
ness School. He proudlyserved hisnation
as a Supply Corps Captain in The USN
from 1941-1965. Member of and two time
chairman of The Brevard County Chap-
ter of The ARC for 28 years and member
of The Navy Supply Corps Association
and Society of Logistics Engineers. After
retirement from the Na \vy. he was .em-
ployed atJohn F. Kennedy Space Center
from 1965-1986, where he worked in clo-
gistics and supply operations fior the shut-
tie program. He is Isurvi\ed by his belo ed
wife of 62 ears. Doroth \ Freeman CIuster:
daughter, Barbara C(uster Moore. Raleigh.
NC:sister.Evele n \Virginia Bir ant. Deland.
FL; 3 grandchildren: Melanie Moore Bis-
sett, Jason Douglas Moore, and Kevin
Thomas Moore; 2 great-grandchildren:
Stephanie and Logan Bissette. The fami-
ly requests that in lieu of flowers please
make donations to the Brevard Chapter
of The American Red Cross. Funeral
services will be held at ArlingtonNation-
al Cemetery in Arlington, VA. Arrange-
ments under the care of Broadus-Raines
& Pons Family Funeral Home.

FLORINE JEWEL ALTMAN
. Mrs. FlorineJewel Altman, 95, passed
away, Monday, August 29, 2005 in Dixon,
MO. Born in Cairo, GA and was a member
of Sheppard Baptist Church in Dixon, MO
and Russell Baptist Church in Green Cove
Springs, FL. Mrs. Altman was the wife of
the late I.R. Altman and is survived by her
2 sons: Barney Howard (Lorrie)and Paul W
(Mary) Altman: daughter. Anil McKoc in:: 3
brothers: Edward (Crace TaN lor. Jack
(Dessa) NMcKowin and Harold Taylor: sister.
Sarah Beaty; 7 grandsons: Way ne, Alan,
Anthon).Ja a;fid Ste\en Altman. Allen
and Chr isSa uder;a g anddaug hter. Angel
Florine Altman and her fiance. Chris
Nason: 12 great grandchildren: Amandca.
Cinds, D)ustin.Jake. Hanniah. Krista and
Kendra unan, Sean. Ashle\, Logan. Cal-
lie anid Abb\ Sauder. Family will receive
friends on Frida\ 6-8 PM ai Hardage-Gid-
dens Rivermead Funeral Home, 127,
Blanding Blvd, Orange Park. Funeral serv-
ices will be held Saturda,; 11 AMI a Russell
Baptist ChuIrc h,22909 Sandridge Rd, GCS
, irh Rex. Ron Baker and Rev.JimWhiteo -f-
ficiating. Burial %ill follow in Russell
Haven of Rest Heritage Cemetery.
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RODERICK DOWL WATSON JR.
M. IRoderick Dowl WatsonJr.,82 (une
18,1923) a resident of Green Cove Springs,
passed away, Friday, Aug. 26,2005 at his res-
ident-in Green Cove Springs. Mr. Watson
\ as a native of Bethlehem lPA, coming to
Green Co\e Springs in 1980 from Jack-
son\ ille. Roderick was a graduate of Uni-
versity of MD with a BS in Industrial
Management. He. also attended the VA
Theological Seminar\.He was a member
of the Elks Lodge in Green Co:e Springs
and served as Exalted Ruler in 1994 and
1995. He was in Industrial SupplvSales and
was member of the St. Mar) 's Episcopal
Chuh r i n G i een Cove Springs. Mr. Watson
% as preceded in death by his brother, Bev-
erl G. \hitson;stur\ ied byhis sb, Roder-
ick Thomas Watson,, Palm Springs, CA; 2
daughters: Nancy W. Fellenz,and Pattie.
Anl ne Wason, both of Chai lotresI ille. VA;
brother, Da\vid D. \Watson, Alexandi ia, VA
and his loving Partner Pat Patrick, GCS.
Memorial Services will be held 10:00 AM
Thursday at the St. Mary's Episcopal
Church. In lieu of flowers donations may
be made to the St. Mary's Episcopal
Church, 400 St.Johns Ave. GCS. Arrange-
ments by Helm Funeral Home.

ROBIN DALE MURPHY
Mrs. Robin Dale Murphy, 51, passed
away, Saturday, August 27,2005. She was
born inJacksonville, FL and survivors in-
clude her son, DavidV Clarke; 2 daughters:
Julie MJonesand Crystal G. Walker; broth-
er, Timothy L. Murphy; sister, Brenda G.
Thursby; 4 grandchildren and 3 step-
grandchildren. Funeral services will be
held Monda\.Septelnber 12.2005, 2PMat
Hardage-Giddens Riverinead Funeral
Home. 950 Pai k Ave, Orange Park. Visita-
tion \ ill be I hour prior to the service on
Monday.

HENRY "HANK" J.BUTLER
Mr. .Henry "Hank" J. -
Butler,73. Middlebuig,FL,
passed a\\a) Sunda), Sep- l
member 4, 2005. Born on
March 19,1132 in New London, CT, he was
a retired machinist He wasa Korean War
Veteran, serving his country in the United
States Air Force and was of the Protestant
Faith. Hank had been involved in the Ma-
sons when he was in RI and spent his time


CECIL FIELD from page A-6


per the Navy.
There was no dearth of community
activists at the meeting.
Members of the Argyle Area Civic
Council attended but did not speak. Ar-
gyle VicePresident Bill Lewis said the or-
ganization is conducting an e-mail poll
to determine where their members
stand on the issue.
Westside Business Leader's.Associa-
tion President (WBLA) Alberta Hipps
attended and presented a resolution
fri m the \\ BLAboat d to the Mayor
calling for the request to re-open Cecil
Field to be with d aw n.
Hipps, a.former council member
S\ho represented the Westside neigh-
borhoodsaftei BRACdecidedtoclose
Cecil Field, urged the Mayor to re-con-
sider his decision.
Jacksonville Council member
Daniel Davis, who represents much of


Special to Clay Today

ORANGE PARK -A community discussion
with the Social Security Administration on
-Medicare prescription programs is set for
2:30 p.m. Thursday. Sept. 29, at Orange Park


locally helping others with carpentry and
electrical work. He started his own busi-
ness, Hanks Repair Service. Survivors in-
cludehis loving wife of 21 years, Maureen
K. Butler; sons: Kenneth (Penn \ Butier of
Cambridge. England.JeffreN Butler of
Westerly\ RI.John cCherivli Weir. Middle-
buig, FL. Donald Weir. San Diego. CA:
daug hter.Ju ie (Joh n) Gorges. St. Aug us-
tine. FL: sister, Elaine (Milton Alligood.
Waterford. CT: grandchildren:Joshua.
KIisten, Phillip. Kellie. Lauren andJeffre\
Butler.Jon and Brvan O'Hare.Johnn\.
Joev and Donald Weir.Jr. and Christina
Gorges; and great-grandchildren: Olivia
and Collin Butler. Nlemorialization will
be b\ c remation. In lieu of tlouers. me-
morial contributions in his name maN be
made to the American Cancer Soci et.
Arrangements are under the care of
Broadus-Raines & Pons Family Funeral
Home.

TERRY B. WIRTH
.Mr. Terry B. Wirth, born December 7,
1951, and departed this life on Sunday,
August 21, 2005 inJacksonville, FL. A lov-
ing and devoted husband of 30 years,
Terry passes away from com plications
due to cancer. Terry grew uip in Caledo-
nia, WI. He graduated from Case High
School in Racine, WI in 1970. In 1975 he
married the Love of his Life, Nancy Ko-
morowski. Terry was preceded in death
by his father, Herbert Wirth; brother,
Howard Witr th WI.-He is siur vied b\ his
lo\ ing wife. Nancy: mother. Eunice: sis-
ier an-d brother: Pamela Buron. Nlil\\au-
keeand Randall \irth.Caledonia, WI. as
welI as nieces and nephe\ s. He wasa \ol-
unteer with the Clay Coun \ Humane
Society for the past 20 years, serving on
their Board of Directors. The fa mily re-
quests that.in lieu of flowers, donations :
be made rittheC. la County Hum ane So-
ciety 2230 Filmore St. OP, FL 32065
and/or NE FL Commn nitv Hospice
Foundation 4144 Sunbeam Rd. Ste 101
Jackson\ ille FL32257 Foundation Dept.
in Terry's memory. Terry will also be
missed by his two four legged furry
Golden Retrievers: Ranger and Riley.
Services will be held on September llth,
at 3:00pm at Hardage-Giddens River-
mead Funeral Home, located at 127
Blanding Blvd Orange Park FL.


the affected area and has announced
publicly he will be voting against the re-
opening, attended the meeting.
He did not speak publicly saying he
preferred the meeting stay focused on
what the people there had to say.
Similarly Council member Reggie
Fuller, an at-large member attended but
did not speak.
While there were a few residents and
property owners from the Oakleaf area,
there was no representation however
from Clay County's leaders. No com-
mission member attended.
Clay County commissioners have ap-
proved the creation of thousands of res-
idential subdivision units adjacent to the
base as well as commercial parcels.
Commission Chair George Bushsent
a letter to Peyton in August expressing
the county's support for the re-opening.
When asked, Peyton said it would
be a good idea to have a meeting in
Clay County


Medical Center, 2001 Kingsley Ave.
The discussion will be held in the banquet
area. On hand to answer questions will be
Dawn Emerick, state Medicare coordinator,
and Fancy Bannister, Public Affairs specialist.
For more information, calj 213-26.01.


Officials to discuss Medicare

prescription program


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EVENTS
VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS
POST 1988 AND IT'S LADIES &
MENS AUXILIARIES will hold it's I st An-
nual Bean Cook-Off at the Post home, 421 S
Orange Ave, Saturday, Oct. I. Cost for entry
is $5.AII proceeds goes to cancer aid & re-
search. call 904-284-0775.
PARTY IN THE PARK for Clay Coun-
ty youth will be noon-5 p.m. Saturday, Sept.
10, at Spring Park in Green Cove Springs.
Call 291-5561 ext.2126.
THE CLAY COUNTY COUNCIL
ON AGING BOARD will meet II a.m.
Thursday, Sept. I5.
SAFE ANIMAL SHELTER'S 13TH
ANNUAL AUCTION AND DINNER
will be 6-10 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 15, at the
Eagle Harbor Swim Park. Cost is $25 per
person. Call 276-7233.
THE FIRST ANNUAL OUTDOOR
SPORTSMAN EXPO will be 10 a.m.-5
p.m. Saturday, Feb. 18, at the Clay County
Agricultural Fairgrounds. Call 386-328-8875.
THE BUDGET, FINANCE AND
PERSONNEL COMMITTEE will meet
2:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 15 and 29, in the
BCC Meeting Room, Administration Building,
477 Houston Street, Green Cove Springs.
THE TRANSPORTATION COM-
MITTEE will meet I p.m. Wednesday, Sept.
14 and 28, in the Board of County Commis-
sioners Meeting Room, 4th Floor, Clay
County Administration Building.
THE AMERICAN CANCER SOCI-
ETY'S MAN TO MAN SUPPORT
GROUP, for those with prostate cancer,
will meet 6:30-8 p.m. Monday, Sept. 12, at
Orange Park United Methodist Church in the
Family Life Center. Call 264-6039.
THE BOARD OF COUNTY COM-
MISSIONERS will hold a public hearing
4:30 p.m._Tuesday, Sept. 13,, in the Board's
Meeting Room on the Fourth Floor of the
Clay County Administration Building, 477
Houston Street, green cove springs, to re-
ceive comments from the public regarding
the adoption of an ordinance relating to pub-
lic school impact fees. Everyone is invited.
THE FIRST COAST QUILT GUILD
will meet 6:45 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 8 at the
Orange Park library, 2054 Plainfield Ave.
Visitors welcome. Meetings are held on the'
second Thursday of each month. Refresh-
ments served. Call 269-0969.
THE SIERRA CLUB will host Kristin
Ebersol 7 p.m. Monday, Sept. 13, atTalbot Is-
land. Call 247-1876.
SAFE ANIMAL SHELTER will hold its
13th annual Auction and Dinner 6-10 p.m.
Saturday, Oct. 15. It will be sponsored by
Longhorn Steakhouse and hosted by TVI12
weather personality Julie Watkins. Cost is
$25 per person. Call 284-8989.
CLAY HILL PUBLIC LIBRARY will
host Grandparents' Day story hour Saturday,
Sept. 10 for children aged 7-12 years. Call
282-2495.
AN AARP DRIVER SAFETY CLASS
will be taught 9 a.m.- I p.m. Thursday and Fri-
day, Sept. 8-9, at the Orange Park Public Li-
brary, 2059 Plainfield. Completion of this
two-day eight-hour refresher course qualifies
most participants for discounts on their au-
tomobile insurance. A $10.00 registration
fee is required. Call 904-298-2766.
AN AARP DRIVER SAFETY CLASS
will be taught 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Monday and
Tuesday, Sept. 12-13, at St. Catherine's
Church, 1649 Kingsley Ave. Completion of
this two-day, eight-hour course qualifies
most participants for discounts on automo-
bile insurance. A $10 registration fee is re-
quired. Call 298-2766.
THE GREATER CC HISPANIC RE-
PUBLICAN COUNCIL will meet 7 p.m.
Tuesday, Sept. 13, at:Ramirez Restaurant.


VFW POST 8255 MIDDLEBURG,
LADIES AUXILIARY AND MEN'S
AUXILIARY will host a steak dinner Friday,
Sept. 16, to help the Veterans at the VFW
Retirement Home at Ft. McCoy. The Post
will observe Labor Day at 2 p.m. with a pro-
gram that includes hamburgers and hot dogs
and honor POWs and MIAs 7 p.m. Sept. 17
during a ceremony.
AN AARP DRIVER SAFETY CLASS
will be taught 9 a.m.-I p.m. Sept. 17 and 24'
at the Orange Park United Methodist Church
Life Center 152 Stowe Ave. Call 264 2241.

RELIGION
THE ISLAND VIEW BAPTIST will
once again hold its annual remembrance of
9/1 Ion Sunday, Sept. I I. The 10:30 a.m.
program, "America: A Pilgrim's Prayer, A
Patriot's Dream" will include performances
of both patriotic and sacred music with nar-
ration to celebrate both the nation and its
heroes.
There will also be a special offering to help
Hurricane Katrina victims
THE EVANGELISM AND HOME
MISSIONS DEPARTMENT of the Green
Cove Springs Congregational Holiness
Church will present a missionary program 10
a.m.-I p.m. the third Saturday of the month
in the parking lot at Clay Theater. All meet-
ings include gospel singing and preaching.
Clothing and meals offered to those with
needs. Call 284-5089.

ONGOING EVENTS
RECOVERY, INC., a support group for
those suffering from stress, tension, anxiety,
panic, depression, fatigue, sleep problems,
worry, anger, fear, helplessness or hopeless-
ness, will meet I p.m. each Wednesday at
Advent Lutheran Church, 2156 Loch Rane
Blvd., Orange Park. Call 264-2315.
THE SOUTHERN GENEALO-
GIST'S EXCHANGE SOCIETY will
meet 10 a.m. the second Saturday of the
month at their library/headquarters, 6215
Sauterne Drive, Jacksonville. Call 272-3870.
IMPROVEJACKSONVILLE COME-
DY THEATRE will host a wine tasting 6
p.m. the second and fourth Friday of the
month. Cost is $10. Call 49-FUNNY.
ORANGE PARK MEDICAL CEN-
TER'S.WELLNESS WEDNESDAYS, a
free health information and screening event,
will take place 7-10 a.m. the last Wednesday
of each month in-the hospital's Registration
Lobby on Kingsley Ave. Visit www.opmed-
ical.com or call 904-213-2601.
ART GUILD OF ORANGE PARK,
INC. meets 7 p.m. the first Tuesday of each
month September-May irtthe Orange Park
Library. Call 904-215-9177 or visit www.or-
angeparkart.com
BARREL RACING will be 7 p.m. every
Saturday at 308 Tanglewood Blvd. Cost is $3
for members and $5 for non-members. Spec-
tators get in free. Call 282-1631.
THE OLDE FARM INC. distributes
free food 3:30-5:30 p.m. every Friday. Take
County Road 218 west to Carter Spencer
Road, then south approximately two miles to


the Carter Spencer farm, the former Ham
Jam site. Call (904) 291-3852.
THE ROCKIN' REDHATBAND
CHAPTER OF THE RED HAT SOCI-
ETY will meet' 6:30 p.m. every third Tues-
day. Their next meeting will take place 6:30
p.m. Aug. 16 at Ruby Tuesdays on CR 220.
Call 284-0455.
THE CLAY COUNTY COUPON
CLUB meets 10 a.m. every third Wednesday
at the Orange Park Library. Call 284-2937.
THE GREEN COVE SPRINGS LI-
BRARY will offer a preschool story hour
10:30 a.m. every Friday for children 3-6 years
old. Call 269-6315.
CAREGIVER/ALZEHEIMER SUP-
PORT GROUP meets 6:30-7:45 p.m. the
third Tuesday'of the month at the Orange
Park Senior Center. Call 264- 5977.
BOOK DISCUSSION GROUP of
The Orange Park Library meets 7 p.m. the
second Tuesday of the month at the library.
Call 278-4750.
CAREGIVER SUPPORT GROUP
meets 3:45-5:15 p.m. the third Wednesday of
the month at Hospice of the Lakes, 6400 St.
Johns Ave., Palatka and I I a.m.-12 p.m. the
first Monday of the month at Hospice of Jack-
sonville, 8130 Baymeadows Way West, Suite
-101. Call (800) 816-0596 or (866) 733-9818.
FIND, a networking group for business-
es, meets 7:30-9:30 a.m. Thursday at the
Eagle Harbor Golf Club. The $10 fee includes
breakfast. Call 213-8564.
JACKSONVILLE PIPES AND
DRUMS meets 5:45-9 p.m. Wednesday at
Mandarin High School. Call 264-2173 or visit
jaxpipes.tripod.com.
LOOKIN GOOD, A self-help group
for people with Multiple Sclerosis, meets I I
a.m. the second Saturday of the month. Call
278-8060.
MILITARY OFFICERS ASSOCIA-
TION meets on the third Wednesday of
every month. Call 213-0701.
NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS meets
8 p.m..Thursdays at St. Mary's Episcopal
Church in Green Cove Springs.
CHRISTIAN MOTORCYCLIST AS-
SOCIATION Clay County Chapter meets
6-8 p.m. Friday at Zaxby's at Blanding and
Kingsley in Orange Park. They also meet 5-6
p.m. the fourth Saturday of the month at Or-
ange Ave. Baptist Church, Green Cove
Springs, with optional Bible study from 6-
7pm. Visit cmausa.org.
RETIRED FEDERAL EMPLOYEES
meets I p.m. the second Tuesday of the
month at the Orange Park Public Library. Call
276-9415.
THE ROCKIN' REDHATLAND
CHAPTER OF THE RED HAT SOCI-
ETY will meet 6:30 p.m. every third Tues-,
day. Call 284-0455.
THE GEN. ROY S. GEIGER DE-
TACHMENT OF THE MARINE
CORPS LEAGUE meets 7 p.m. the third
Monday of the month at the Middleburg
VFW. Call 272-5013.
THE GREEN COVE SPRINGS/PEN-
NEY FARMS LIONS CLUB meets noon
on the second and fourth Wednesday of the


Medical Explorer Post provides

health exploring opportunity


Orange Park Medical Center Medical
Explorers will hold an open house Sept.
20 at 6:30 p.m.-at Orange Park Medical
Center.
Medical Explorers is a community serv-
ice sponsored by the Boys Scouts of
America and is open free of charge to high


school students ages 14-20 with an inter-
est in a career in the medical field. Learn
about career opportunities from real
.medical professionals. RSVP by Sept. 14th
For more information, contact: Keith
Trittschuh, Explorer advisor, 904-333-
3010


month ac Ronnie's Wings, Oysters and More
Restaurant in Green Cove Springs. Call 904-
868-9683.
MOMS CLUB' OF JACK-
SONVILLE ORANGE PARK / WEST-
SIDE will meet 10 a.m. the second Thursday
of the month at Calvary United Methodist
Church, 112 Blanding Blvd., across from the
Orange Park Mall. Call 771-9573 or visit
momsclubopw@yahoo.com.
THE VFW POST 8255 AND LADIES
AUXILIARY meets 7:30 p.m. the third
Wednesday of each month at the Post Home,
2296 Astor Ave; Men's Auxiliary meets 7:30
p.m. the second Tuesday of each month and
Bingo is held 6 p.m. every Thursday.


HEALTH
HOSPICE OF JACKSONVILLE is
searching for volunteers to help the commu-
nity. Volunteers can chose assignments that
best suit them. Call 733-9818.
SPANISH FOR HEALTHCARE
PROFESSIONALS, a 10 week course, will
meet 6-8 p.m. Monday at the Orange Park
Medical Center Banquet Area starting Sept.
19. The cost is $50 and includes a textbook.
Call 482-0189.
THE KINDRED HOSPITAL
NORTH FLORIDA will host American
Lung Association Better Breathers Club Sup-
port Group 2 p.m. the fourth Tuesday of the
month. Call 904-284-9230 ext 4085.
THE CLAY COUNTY VOLUN-
TEER MEDICAL CLINIC will host free
medical care for individuals with inadequate
or no health insurance at the Clay County
Health Clinic, 3229 Bear Run Blvd. Call
282-0439.
LA LECHE LEAGUE OF ORANGE
PARK/ WEST JACKSONVILLE, a
breasifeeding support group. meets the sec-
ond Tuesday of the month at Orange Park
United Methodist Church's Family Life Cen-
ter. Call 284-0785 or visit www.laleche-
league.org.
LYMPHEDEMA AWARENESS
FOUNDATION SUPPORT GROUP
meets 7 p.m. the fourth Monday o f the
month at the Orange Park Cancer Center.
Call 269-9113.
REHABILITATION DEPARTMENT
OF ORANGE PARK offers a free seminar
4-5 p.m. the first Wednesday of the month.
Call 276-7170.
UNITED OSTOMY ASSOCIATION
Jacksonville Chapter meets 3p.m. the third
Sunday of the month at Baptist Medical Cen-
ter. Call904- 744-4082.

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By Horace Davis, Staff


GREEN COVE SPRINGS When the
Fleming Island Golden Eagles traveled
down Highway 16 on Friday, September 2
to invade CB Bowles Stadium and meet
the Clay Blue Devils, they journeyed with


a host of fans and much anticipation that
this would be the year-they knocked off
the Blue Devils.
Why would they think otherwise?
They we're coming off a victory in which
they scored 34 points, they received three
Clay players along with two coaches who


transferred over during the summer.
While the Blue Devils were still reeling
from the loss they took against
Gainesville. Nut only did they lose the
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By Jessica Dubrey, Correspondent

.ORANGE PARK The Ridgeview Pan-
thers were determined not to the start the
season with two losses, in addition they
looked to prove that their opening game
31-7 loss to the Orange Park Raiders last
week was a fluke, however what stood in:
their way was the Pedro Menendez Fal-
cons as they met on Friday, September 3
at Ridgeview Stadium.
In the end the Falcons were no match
for the deter i ned Panthers who scored
early and often, winning their home
opener 42-7. "IWe worked a lot on our


techniques and fundamentals after the
game against Orange Park", said
Ridgeview coach Tom Macpherson.
The Panthers who returned 31 seniors
and boast a high-powered offense with
Joe Everett, Charles Gilbert, Jerrod
Longmire and Chris Hawkins but it was
the defense that set the tone early in this
game. Defense \ e back Brett Troutman re-
covered a Menendez fumble on their
first series at the 20-yard line to set up the
Panthers first score.
Throughoiit the game Ridgeview's

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504 McIntosh Ave.
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PANTHERS from page B-2


defense overpowered the Falcon of-
fense, limiting them to just 78-\ards
rushing,a pa1tr\ 18-yards passing with.
just five first ddwns'on the night.
The offense, ledby versatile quarter-
back Everett, made the Falcons pay
when he took the snap from center


On third down and goal Johnson
plowed his wa\ through the Ridge\ le\
defense to score the lone touchdown n b
the Falcons i ithjust twenty\ seconds left
on the clock and the Panthers settled for
the -12-7 victor.
"We are happ\ with the \in and \ ill
continue to think optimistically about
the rest of the season", said Macpheir-
son. "However we have to execute and
do the small things to be successful",
he added.


Scoring
1 2
Ridgeview
21 14
Menendez
0 0


CORRESPONDENT PHOTOS BY TL COCHRAN
Ridgeview defensive back Kyle Janda (6)
delivers a blow to Menendez quarter-.
back Tyrone Campbell.

around the rig ht side and into the end
zone for a 3-yard touchdown with 10:12
left in the quarter.
It proved to be a long first half for
the Falcons defense as the Panthers
scored on their next four drives.
Ridgeview drove 58-yards for their


3 4 F
0 7 42
0 7 7


Rushing-
RV Everett 13-95
RV- Hawkins 12-90(
Passing-
RV- Everen 13-19- 247 ards
MEN -Campbell 4 -5-18yards
Receiving-
Longmire 6-49
Gilbert 4-49
RV Everett 3 run 10:12(1)
RV -Sigler 12pass from E\erett 5:5801
RV- Everett 5run 0:58 (1)
R\-Gilbert 7 pass from Evereit 8:3812t
RV- Everett 10irun 3:461 2)
R\- Collins 2 run 6:15(4)
MEN -Johnson 9 run 0:20


Children's Charities to hold first

annual Charity Golf Classic


ORANGE PARK-Joh n P.Hall, Si. Chil-
dren's Charities will hold their First
Annual Charit\ Golf Classic Monday,
September 12, 2005 at the Country
Club of Orange Park with a shotgun
start at 1 p.m. to be followed by an auc-
tion. awards and dinner after play.
Tournament Director. General
Manager and former PGA Tour Player
Charles Raulerson said, "I expect this
event to become one of the area's
finest Charity events".
"JP Hall. Sr. Children's Charities
works all year long to serve the un-
derprivileged children of Clav Coun-
tv, although they are often
recognized for work during the holi-
day season, they partner with local
public service agencies to identify
children and fulfill their needs for
basic items such as food. clothing,
school supplies, appliance repairs.
and much more", he added.
TheJ.P. Hall, Sr. Children's Chari-
lv has made great strides in keeping
pace with the needs of children in a
fasitgrow ing? country with a shift-


ing economy. With new services and
programs being added, the Charity
is now recognized as a valuablee re-
source in Cla\ County and regularly
works with the Clay County District
School System. Clay & Baker Kid-
snet, Inc., the Clay County Sheriff's
Office. the Green Cove Springs Po-
lice Department, and the Clay Coun-
ty Behavioral Health Center.
Each year the Charity hosts several
events designed to lelpa variety of un-
derprivileged families. All of these
charitable efforts are supported by two
annual events designed to generate
funds for the continued work of theJ.P.
Hall, Sr. Children's Charities.
While the Charitv's services and ac-
tivities continue to grow, the goal re-
mains the same ? to be a stalwart
benefactor for underprivileged chil-
dren.
Many sponsorship levels are avail-
able. For more information contact
Tournament Director Charles Rauler-
son at 904-?4581?001 or visit www.cco-
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Jeremy Farr (25) and a host of Panthers stop,
Menendez running back Chris Johnson.

next score, tailback Chris Hawkins had
outstanding runs on the dir i\ e and wide
recei ver David Sigler capped off the
drive when he caught a 12-yard touch-:
down toss from EE eret w ith 5:5i still
on the clock.
Ridgeview took a 21-0 lead before the
quarter ended when Everett capped off
a 73-yarddrive with a 7-yard touchdown
pass to wide receiver Gilbert.
Menendez proved tobe no match for
the Panthers as their continued at-
tempts to stop the Panthers' offensive
machine proved to be futile. Ridgeview
was once again put in scoring position
after Everett con nec ted with receiver
Gilbert for a 30-yard gain, Everett then
.called his own number on a 10-yard
scramble for his third touchdown of
the night, putting Ridgeview up 35-0
before halftime.
SThe only question left in the game for
thesecond hal fWouldbe if the Panthers
could keep Menerldez out of the end
zone to preserve the shutout.
That question was answered when
running back Ch ris Johnson 30-yard
r un put the Falcons inPanther territory.
Quarter back Tyrone Campbell con-
nected with receiver Michael Barlow to
move e Falcons further doi n the field.
Though a fumble on second down by
running back. Chr is Johnson almost.
ended their drive and final chance to
.score. Menendez recovered.


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The Blue Devil offensive line opened gaping holes for Eric Johnson (1) and theloffense.


BLUE DEVILS from page B-1

ers to suspension and their defense al-
lowed the opposing running back to
gain 138 yards while giving up 35 points.
Whatever notion Fleming Island
had that this would be the year, Clay
dispelled it when they shutout the
Golden Eagles 28-0, making it three
straight years that Fleming-Island
would not see the end zone. Cla\ has
outscored the three-year school a
combined 100-0 since te Eagles inau-
gural season.
The anticipation of Fle ming TIsa nd
notonl permeated through the fans
who .wore t-shirts bearing some
:thoughts to the Blue Devils but the
Golden Eagle coaching staff felt good
coining into the game too. "I really
thought we could get them this game",
said dejected Fle ning Islaudhead coach
Neil Chipoletti. "Ho\we\ er I was wrong,
Clay played a great game. the\ did not
allow us to nmoe te ball at all. I think we
were out coached and ouItpla) ed, in ad-
ditionlbelieve ou g u\s wee intimidat-
ed from the outlet. I tip my hat to them;
they put their foot on our throats and
did not letup", he added.
Very early in the first quarter it-
looked as if this would be a dogfight,
On Cla) s first possession three penal-
ties moved the Blue Devils back and
on third down the Golden Eagles de-
fense stopped running back Eric


Johnson for a 2-yard loss forcing
them to punt.
On Fleming Island first play from
scrimmage Andrew Bridgewater turned
the corner for a first downgain but that
would be their only first down untilwell
into the second quarter; they had only
six in the game.
Clay did not wait long thereafter,
quarterback Damon'Pifer led the
Blue Devils.on a 5-play drive that
started at midfield, Pifer gained 17
yards on the ground-and hit Chris
Roberts with a 24- ard srike before-
Johnson found the end zone from 2-
yards out to give Clay the 7-0 lead
wiih 4:471eft in the lquiarter.
Robei ts was one player who was-
called up b\ Cla\ head coachJi n Reape,
Cla: played the game \ without WI Irtait-
ing recei\ ing tandem of Marcel Hug-
ginsandt Cod) Clark.
The Blue Devils added to their lead.
on the first play from scrimmage to
begin the second qtiarter. Pifer dropped
back and delivered a bomb lto ohnsoni
who beat the Golden Eagle secondary,
the ball was deflectedbut into his hands
and he walkedinto the end zone for the
67-yard iouchdo\in pass.
The game remained 14-0 into the
third quarter burt the Blue Devil defense
%was \er' sting, the\ allowed just 52-
Sards rushing and 57 passing yards.
Defensive linemenJohn Zatkos and
Justin Byrd was in the Fleming Island


backfield at will, while linebackers
Clarence Hampshire, Trey Davis and
Josh Fields made sure speedsterJohn
Gadson did not break free.
"The defense played great, Zatkos,
Tre) (Davis) and Clarence (Hampshire)
did all tlht we could ask, we put a new
package in and had Davis mirror the
quarterback and he was tremendous.
Hampshire and Zatkos were physical
and made plaN s. they were very good",
said an elated Reape.
While the stingy Blue Devil defense
pressured Fleminig Island, the Clay of-
ferise pounded them. Offensive line-
men D.J. Scott, John \West; Bri\an
:Christian. Ace Hampshire and Stonevy
Raymond opened hole after hole, leclear-
ing the ~\ l for Pifer.Johnson and NMa:-
Squise Bellamy to exploit them.
The Blue Dex ils dove do n the field
w without a single pass attempt toI make
the score 21-0. Pifer had gains of 17 and
16.yards, Bellamy had a 17-yard gain be-
foreJol i nson capped off the 9-play 58-
yard dr i e with a 2-\ ard run untouched
into Lhe iendl zone.
Clay put the finishing touches on the
victory when linebacker Davis returned
a 29-yard interception return for a
touchdown with 9:15 left sending the
Fleming Island faidiful home.
Outside of a few bright spots the
GoldenEagle fansdid not have much to
cheer about. Defensive endJon Stevens
recorded 7 tackles and his partner on


the other end RashaunJohnson had a
sack to end the first half.
With the win the Blue Devils evened
their record at 1-1 and will now travel
to Bolles.to face the Bulldogs while
Fleming Island will have a week off
before hosting Tim Tebow- and the
Nease Panthers.
When asked about the upcoming
ga me against Bolles and how important
this game was coach Reape said, "This
game was critical, we had a v\er ph\ sical
week of practice and it translated into
the game, the guis came out and really
played hard. We know Corky Rogers and
Bolles will be a tough battle but we won't
be intimidated."


Scoring
,'1 2
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0 0 '


3 4 F


7 7. 7


0 .: 0 0


Rushing-
Clay -JohnlsonlS-106. Pifer 17-76
FI Gadson 4-26
Passing -
Clay -Pifer 4-11-115 yards
FI -DeLeon 9-29 57 yards
Receiving-
Clay-Johnson 2-79, Roberts 1-24
FI Gadson 4-21, Lee 2-17.


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KEYSTONE The Keystone Indians did
it again, another victory, another
blowout. This time they blasted the Bald-
win Indians 43-0 on Friday, September 2
as they prepare for their biggest chal-
lenge of the young season when they face
3A state title winners the Bolles Bulldogs
September16.
SPrior to the game Indians head
coach Chuck Dickinson said "We want
Sto eliminate any mistakes on offense
and ti r to force as many turnovers as
possible on defense". The team heeded
the coach's call.:
Following a 15-yard gain on a quarter-
back keeper the KeNstoinedefense clamped
do wnand forced Baldwin to punt.
SKe\stone began a 10-play 37 -yard
dr i\ e that c lmi na ted in a Greg Taylor 6-
\ ard touchdown r u n to stake Keystone to
an early 8-0 lead. -
The opening drive included plays
from different players, running backs
Wil Breton and Taylor:moved the ball
down field at will and quarterback Blake
Lott addedshort passes prior to Taylor's
touchdown gallop.
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Once Keystone scored they did not let
up,.the defense forced the Baldwin of-
fense into punt after puntlimiting them
to three plays and out, they also forced six
fumbles but wereonly able come up with
one recovery.
Led by junior linebackerJack Taylor
who made a tackle for a 5-yard loss, then
Nick Brokas was not fooled on a fake
punt attempt, tackling the punter for a
huge loss and possession to the offense.
' TheIndian defense went on to record six
sacks in the game asJacob Elliot,Jeramy
Lewis, and Brokas had two apiece.
Keystone made Baldwin pay for the
failed fake punt when Lott found Breton
on a quick decision rollout lob pass to
make the score 15-0 in the still in the
opening quarter.
Following another defensive stand the
Indians offense began to march again.
From the 49-yard line a pass interference
call moved the ball inside the Baldwin
thirty.
After runs by senior fullback Daniel
Crapse and Breton moved the ball to the
15-yardline, Taylor finished them off with

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Raiders stop Rebels 26,6, improve to 2-0


By Vance McCullough, Correspondent

JACKSONVILLE -The Orange Park
Raiders visited the Forrest Rebels on
Jacksonville's wesfside Friday, September
1 and walked away with a convincing 26-6
victory over a former, district rival.
The Raiders hadsoundly.beaten their
current county rivals, the Ridgeview Pan-
thersjust last week and were looking to
improve to 2-0 for the first time under
.current coach Ted Leasor.
On the other hand; Forrest was look-
ing for their first win of the young season
after losing their opener toJacksonville
powerhouse Sandalwood14-0. Early on it
looked as if they might get it.
Rebels' sophomore running back,
Cameron Ellard, scored on a short run be-
fore three minutes had ticked off of the
game clock to take a 6-0 lead after the
point after attempt failed.
Orange Park took control of the ball
and promptly returned the favor. Raider
quarterback, Bobbie Hill found Sencoa


CORRESPONDENT PHOTOS & TL COCHRfAN
Raider running -back Brian- Sumlar


ripped the Rebels defense for 188-yards
on the ground.


Quarterback Bobbie Hill had a 16-yard
touchdown pass to Sencoa Crawford.
Crawford open over the middle and com-
pleted a pass to put six points on the visi-
tor's side of the scoreboard. Orange Park-
also missed their extra point attempt and
the score was tied at 6-6 with 6:49 left to
play in the opening quarter.
Forrest ran the ball well and gained
several first downs but when they tried
to throw, Raider defenders hit quarter-
backJoe Ballard, as he released the ball
which was intercepted by Raiders line-
manJosh Meagher.
Orange Park promptly moved into
Foi reil ter itor \. after a modest gain ona
Bi lan Sumilar r.n. Hill completed a 30-
yard pass to receiver Paul Gillins; Then
Sumlar broke free for a big gain down to
the Forrest 12-yard line.
Howei r. after ann incomplIete pass at-
tempi, a penahi.\l and a qul. tlc back -sak,.
the Raiders faced third-and-long. They
emptied the backfield as they linedup in
a spread formation designed to create
passing opportunities but consecutive


strikes at the end zone proved futile and
the Raiders came up.empty.
Now it was time for the Raidergde-
fense to stand tall, two sacks fromJosh
lMeagher.Jacob \Villis.and friends forced
Foriesit t opiint ftom diel 7-N\ :u d line andt
the Raiders Ci a\' ford reurnied it to the
Rebel 40-) ald line.
After Orange Park fumble cost themI
a scoring oppoIrunit), the Rebels Ie-
turned the fa\oi when Raidersidefeni\e
back Ed Dought\ intercepted a Ballard
ass ona third and hlong pass attempt.
Once again, turnovers spoiled scoring
attempts by both teams as Forrest Dejon
Cumrn intercepted a Hill pass attempt at
the goal line and ran t otit to the Rebels
29-yardline.
As the Rebels drove into Orange Park"
territory. linebacker Stephen Cutler was
there to pick up a Rebel fumble and the
Raiders dien proceeded togi e a clinic on
how to run the ball between the tackles.
Sumlar busted lose for 20 yards run-
ning o\er t\wo would-be tacklers. Pulliam
started i ight, cut left. and bounced out-
side for 9 yards. Sumlar again \,eit up the
middle foir a first down. Then he \ent
off-tackle right, finds daylight, powers
into the end zone, dragging defenders
and knocking over the orange piling in
the corner to give the Raiders a 13-6 lead
before halftime.
The Raider defense stiffened in the
second half, the Rebels would not see the
end zone again as i\ll is, Da. r ian Donald-
son and Sam Rhodes all recordedsecond
half sacks and the Raidcer s offense began
to click behind 188 yards rushing by Sum-
lar and 227 yards as a team.
The Raider offense got into a tight
running formation with two tight ends
and went back to po 1 n d i ng the ball at.
the smaller Rebel defense. Pulliam and
Sumlar continued to riun for several
yards per pla\. 1An apparent Sumlar
touchdown run df better than i3 \ yards
was called.back for a Raider penalty-to
end the third quarter..
The Raiders began the final quarter


inside the RebellO-ya ird line and Pu l iia n
capped off thedrive i th a 3-) aid r u n lor
the Raiders' third touchdown of the
night and Oranige Park had opened up a
21 1-IC lead and the Rebels lhad 11:37 left to
-d-I soomethintl.l about it.
However the Rebel answer ernier came
and Sii m1a11 punctuated then with a 17-
)ard touchdown 1i rtin as the Raidei tan
the clock out.
SThe Raiders and-head coach Ted Lea-
sorSr.get one week off before facing dis-
trict ..opponent- and Jackson iille
powerhouse the Fletchei Senatos at
home. Leasor was happy with the w in but
kno s the-\ niNst pla\ better, "We nade a
loht of mistakes. Last week \e showed igeat
intensity\ but this\keek \wecameouita little
flat and \when that happens, v\cu'vegoi to
Sfig h through it and tiat' \ hat these kids
did. \e'\e got to get back to playing disci-
plined offense and defensee" lie said.

Scoring
1 2 4- F
Forrest
6. 0 '0. 0 .6,
Orange Park.
6 7 0 13 .26
Rushing
OP Sumlar 26-188, Pulliam 17-41-
Forrest McK i n in 13-114
Passing -
OP -Hill 4-13-51 yards
Forrest Ballard 3-16 -65 yards
Receiving -
OP Crawford 1-16, Carr 1-28,
M(Criayl-5
Forrest Hicks 1- 30, Roberts 1- 28,
Brown 1-7
F EllardI run 9:19(1)
OP Crawford 16 pass from Hill 6:49 (1)
OP Sumlar 38 run 2:35 (2):
OP-Pulliam3ruii ll:37i4i ,. i:
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By Chris Caflin, Correspondent


MIDDLEBURG The Middleburg Bron-
cos scored 21 unanswered points over the
opening three quarters to defeat the Santa,
Fe Raiders 28-18 Friday, September 2 in
the Bronco's home opener, giving them
two straightwins to begin he eaoi i:il.
"Our season will work out the way it's
supposed to", said first year Middleburg
coach RobJustino, himself a Middleburg
alumnus. "\\; hate an excellent gl oup of
coaches and our Ids are willing to do
what it takes, so we'll see what the future
brings", he added,
-Little Santa Fe High Sch ool proved a


INDIANS o, i/,,ge B-4


arunin which he bloke three tackles ashe
smelled the end zone to put Keystone up
22-0 with 9:32 left before halftime.
Things would get no better for Bald-
win as as Keystone continued to pour it
on, after a sack b\ sophomore linebacker
Elliot gave Kel stone possession again, the
offense looked for more.
Taylor scored his third and fourth
touchdownns of the night in the third
quarter and the romp was on.
Ke\ stone quarterback Lott rolled out
of the pocket to find Ta\lor releasing on
the sideline for a 60-\ ard touchdown pass
followed by a 7-yard run to give Ke\ stone
an overwhelming 36-0 lead after three
quarters of pla\.
.Keystone- senior running back
Michael Williamsiadded a 44-yard punt
return with 2:12 remaining inthegame to
make the score 43-0.
S:The Indians are off to a 2-0start but
their : ach Dickinsonifs ell aware of-


ioithi \ cippoient on diis nighltilin spiteof
,1,nl die.s1 ini' '26p ,laI sAs toArt econtilest,.
their roster actually shows 30 players but
Four players were lost to injuries in the
pi ndiing eek. .
Santa Fe not looking to use their scarce
ro'stc i .is a in e\x use ic ds-.,r I fi st, taking the
OlpelinllI kiikolt tfo:1 their 27 yardlinein
a i x -pl \ dr ive to the Middleburg 5-yard
line but the drive stalled there and they
hail ti-i scil for a 23-yard field goal from
senior Rom Robelts iwitih 8:00 on the clock
toput I i Raidersup 3-i0.
The drive was highlighted by a 61-yard
pass pla\ frcim scinicir qiuarterbackWill
Sc aff to \ide out Dai ian Ta)\ lo \ lhogatlh-


what's on the horizon for his Indians. "I
am happy with the way we played, we
were successful running the plav-action.
and the guisdid a great job not toget any
offensive penalties. However we have
Bolles in our next game (September l1h
and any team that plays Bolles better
cometopla ".

Scoring .
.1-.: -2 3 4 F
Keystone
15 7 14 7 -43
Baldwin
0. 0 :0 0 : 0
Rusing-
-Keystone- Breton 15-57, Ta~ or 9-51
Passing-Lott 4-10 -92yards _
Receiving Ta lor 3-83
K- Taylor 6 run 7:15(1).
K-Bretonl5 pass from Lott 1:25(1)
K-Talor1l5 run9:32(2')
K- Taylor 60 pass from Lott 10:32 (3
K-Taylor 7runr0:46(3):
K- Williams 44 punt return 2:12 (4)


eredthe'-ill in on tihe un ait ieRaiders40
. ai d line and \ ea. td his way throughthe
Br oint seindarn\ d~ \n t tile 5-\ arid line.
However. the Broncos would score the
nI \t three i' it l'o wn t1. IisI toak c >.nuoln of
the game ,i ith a 21 -.: lead.
SMiddl:iburgiii1igani thlieir asauilt on the

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BRONCOS from page B-5
Raiders after a pass fell incomplete and
the Broncos took over on their own 21-
yard line.
Behind the running of Memphis
Herring and Cameron Warner they


fine run by Warner, Herring capped
off the drive with a 9-yard run to pay
dirt and the Broncos grabbed the lead
7 3 with thirty-eight seconds left in
the first period.
After a defensive stalemate in the
second quarter, Middleburg built on


CUKKErON'UIN I'T HUIUs 1O L LULKAIN
Charles Detwiller (6) and Jeremi Sanchez (60) combine on this play to stop Santa Fe
running back Chris Smith.


picked up a first down only to have their
gains nullified-by a penalty.
But on 2nd down and 15-yards for a
first down at their 27-yard line, quarter-
back Jemar Anderson dropped back
and hit tight end Daniel MacDonald for
a 60-yard pass play that put the Broncos
on the Raider 30-yard line.
Anderson then found wide receiv-
er Anthony Bellamy open that put the
Broncos at the 19-yard line. After a


their lead when Herring stepped in
front of a Santa Fe pass at the 30-yard
line for an interception.
Following a18-yard scramble by An-
dersen to the Raider 22- yard line, he
hooked up with Anthony Bellamy on a
22-yard pass connection for the touch-
down and the Broncos took a 14-3 lead
going into halftime.
Middleburg then took- complete
control' If the gc rn- : to begin the second


half \, ith ; 16-pla%\.81'-\ ard drive to take
a cinmnanding 21-3 lead.
The oufinTi\ce line led by the
Sanchez twins, Jaison and Jeremi.
James Kearse, Gary Kott,Justin Ben-
nett and company opened holes for
running backs Herring and Warnei
who clicked off five and six yards a
carry and the Broncos mniethodii all
moved the ball down field.
Foll ', in- anoilihei Aind-i-soii long
s- mi m-ible do%\ in to thin Sita Fe 35-yard
line, c'atihjusti no inseri lhd Michael
Cliftonin at quarterback, and Bi a-ndion
Dymond at running ball, and the\
combined to fini-,i the drive with Dy-
inond raking i in from the 6-yard line
to iake lthecoI ie 21-3.
VWith a limited nIliuIbe of.plalers
Santa Fe would not give up. The
managed to push the ball down field
with a 28-yard pass to Darian Taylor to
move the ball to mid-field. Following
another pass completion running
back Chris Smith got loose around the
right end a 8-yard touchdown, run,
capping a 7-play, 80-yard drive to cut-
the deficit to 21-10 with 3:20 left in the
third period.
But-to end-the third quarter and the
start of the final period theBronco's su-
perior numbers began to wear down
the Raiders. Santa Fe could not stop the
vaunted running game led by Ander-
son, Warner and Herring Middleburg
increased their lead to 28-10 when An-
derson sprinted around the right end
to score with 10:53 left on the clock.
Santa Fe put together a late drive
ending in a touchdown pass from quar-
terback Will Scaff toJamariayJamison
with 1:22 left to make the final a re-
spectable 28;18 although the Broncos
dominated much of the game.
Middleburg will go for three straight
victories on Friday, September 16 when
they host the Ridgeview Panthers.


Middleburg's Anthony Bellamy shakes on a
defender.
Scoring
1 2 3 4 F
Middleburg
7 7 7 7 28
Santa Fe,
3 0 7 8 18
Rushing -
MB -Warner 15-95. Andei sn 9 -5,
Heriing 10-49
SF- caff 10-52
Passing -
MB- And ei on 5-8-139 yards
SF Scaff 8-15- 275 la N.I
Receiving -
MB D\ i onid 1-60. Bellamy 3-38
SF Taylor 3-164, \;_- jt si 4 19
SF- Roberi s 2.3-\ ard FG .'s 1i (1)
MB'- Heir rin L 9 11un 11:3S( Iil
MB- Bellamn "s p.-aI 1-319)
MB -Di t_-nd 16 i tn 5:I.:H9 I3)
SF Smith 8 run 3:20(3)
MB Anderson 2 ru li 1:5.: 1,i
SF-Jamison 33 pass from Scaff 1:221 -11


Lady Eagles sweep past Lady Broncos

By Horace Davis, Staff changing of the guard in volleyball for class of the county for several years under iors and seniors Fleming Isla id:u ppea
Clay County as witnessed when the Mid- the guidance of long-time coach Carrie to be ready for a district title if not r
FLEMING ISLAND There may be a dleburg Lady Broncos who have been the Prewitt visited the undefeated Fleming placing Middleburg as a final four repr


Island Lady Eagles on teiisdaN. Septem-
ber 6 and were swept 25-7,25-14 and l '-13.
Middleburg who made consecutive
appearances to the final four the past two
seasons but lost Division .1 player
Stephanie Bradley whois currently play-
ing at the U[ni\ersit-i of South Florida
and their whole starting unit including
Amanda.Youell l ho as a senior trans-
ferred over to Fleming Island.
With the addition of Youell to an al-
ready experienced team of mostlyjun-


Is
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sentative.
"'We have a.good team with experi-
enced players and we are looking for a
successful season, how successful we will
see? However, we do not want to get ahead
of ourselves, the season is still young, we
have a long way to go and we are taking it
day by day", said Fleming Island coach
Joy Dailey.
The Lady Eagles who are in their third

VOLLEYBALL continued on page B-7


STAFF PHOTOS BY HORACE DAVIS
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VOLLEYBALL fromi page B-6
year of play look as if they are ready to
dethrone Middleburg as the top team
in the county. "They (Middleburg) have
a young team, they lost a lot of good
players last year, heck that could be us
or any team in the county next year",
added Dailey.
The Lady Broncos proved to be no
match for the Lady Eagles as Fleming
Island built early leads in all three
games to win the match handily as a dis-
mayed Prewitt watched from'the bench.
"The girls did not show up tonight",
she said. "This by far was our worse out-
ing of the season, they were not ready
mentally and they played without any
passion. However, we will go back to
practice and continue to work hard, I
know they have potential but they have
not tapped into it yet", she added.
In the sweep over the Lady Broncos,
Fleming IslandjuniorJennifer Martin
led all scorers with 19 service points and


6 aces, junior outside hitter Rebecca
Royal added 6 kills and senior setter
Youell who faced her former team and
former coach for the first time since
transferring added 15 assists for the 6-0
Lady Eagles.
Fleming Island will look to improve
on their early season success when they
travel to Englewood for a district match
tonight.
LadyRaiders take Baker County in 3
The Orange Park Lady Raiders im-
proved their season record to 4-1 with a
three game sweep over the Baker Coun-
ty Wildcats 25-6,25-10 and 25-14.
Senior Diana Holshouser pace the
Lady Raiders with 14 service points,
senior outside hitter Sara Embree
added 6 kills and Allison Riner had 14
assists and 5 aces.
Orange Park will host district oppo-
nent the Mandarin Lady Mustangs
tonight at 6 p.m.
Lady Spartans comeback to win
The St Johns Lacvk .partans
dropped the firrt game 25-14 butcame
back to win the next three games 25-23,
25-18 and 25-19 to avenge last years loss
to the Providence Lady Stallions on
Tuesday, September 6 at StJohns Coun-
try Day School..
After losing the first game coach
Traci Livingston and StJohns gathered
their composure andjunior setter Emily
Gacia led thie \ a for the Lady Spartans
\ i tha game high 2'assi's and 13service
points. while fellow junior LeannaRay
added a game high 12 kill and 6 aces for
:he iirdefeated 3-0) La'l Spartans.
Lad, Devils fall in four
TheCla\ Lad\;DeIi put upa \aliant
fight against the Lady Yellow Jackets
from S[ .Augiistine but lost 25-22.21-25,
25-22 and 25-19 to fall to 2-4 this season.
Seniors Kal la Schuran and AshleN
Snielizer paced theLadi Devils with 11
ser ice points .piece. Schuran also
added S k hilswhile Smeltzer added 3
aces and a team highti assists.
The Lads Devils will regroup before
facing district opponent Port Orange
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St Johns junior setter Anna Salas returns a serve as Jennifer
Brown (21) looks on.
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Florida Mini Sprints Return to Putnam Speedway Park


Special from Tera Gunter __


SATSLUL- Saturda\ night.September 2
saw the return of the lightning fast
winged sprintsof the Florida Mini Sprint
Association to Putnam County Speed-
way. The mini sprints and the tracks fi\e
regular di\ isions entertained the fans in
hotaction on the fast 3 8-mile dirt oval.
Seventeen sprints hit die track running
in an entertaining feature with the return
of a familiar face in the form of Terry
Widierspoon driving the #18 mini sprint-
GregorN Skvta took the lead at thegreen
flag start followed closely b MIatthew Wil-
son. But Wison sustained some heat in die
form ofJohn Craddock. who passed \ilson
and set his sigh s on Skvta.


Feature winner Russ Heider (86) makes
his move past the field in the Florida
Mini Sprint race.

The field w-as red flagged on lap after
Eddie Mosss ride took a hard hit on the in-


side retaining wall going into tirn 1.
Skvta retained the lead at the restart
but not for long as C(raddock swiftly, flew\
up beside the race leader and took the
lead on the backstretch.
However Russ Heider moued tip to
challenge Skyta and passed him on lap 7
while bearing down on Craddock.
Craddock and Heider proceeded to
thoroughly entertain the fans as the\ bat-
tled for the lead but in the end Heider
dug his heels in and passed the race
leader to the checkered flag.
Street Stocks roared onto thde rack and
Ridiard Tipton took de lead at thegreen flag
drop with David Dowling.Jr. in hot pursuit.
Ton\ Lewis moved up to challenge
Marc Kinlev before Kinle\'s night ended


on lap 3 after a hard hit on the back-
stretch will.
Tipton and Dowling proceeded :toduel
for the lead for several laps before Dow, I-
.ing overcame Tipton in tu rn 4 on lap6.
Both drivers battled it out for the lead
amid cheers from the grandstands. Tip-
ton held Dowling off until lap 12 when
Dow ling passed him coming out of turn
2. the\ banged their way down the back-
stretch with Dow\ ling holding on to the
lead to the checkered flag.
Racing resumes next week with all five
regular divisions running. Grandstands
open at 4 p.m. racing begins at 6:00.
For additional infor nation and results
of all fivedi isions. visit die track'k website
at www.puItnamcoun itvspeedw a!.conm.


SPORTS BRIEFS


Wrestling Club to host tourney:
The Pin-N-Win wrestling Club is host-.
ing a northeast Florida folk style chal-
lenge on Saturday, September 10 at
Ridgeview High School.
i There is a single entry fee of $10.00 but
the entry feewill be waived for the first 10
Wrestlers who register, with medals award-
'ed toleaih division top three finishers.
A current year USA wrestlingcard will
be needed-Athlete cards ($30) may be
purchased at the door or online at
www.FloridaUSAwrestling.org
All wrestlers must be dressed in a sin-
glet for weigh-ins and no weight al-
lowance is given for the singlet, However,
athletes will be allowed two consecutive
attempts to make weight but may leave
the weigh-in area. Also athletes must be
prepared to submit to a skin disease
screening at weigh-ins.
Kids divisions will include, peewee, ban-
tams. midgets. no\ icesand schoolboy\ /girl.
Kids division registration and weigh--
ins are from 8 3 m. to 9 a.m. and the colm-
petition starts at 10 a.m.
Cadet,junior and open division regis- .
tration and weigh-ins are from 8 a.m. 10
am. and the competition starts at 11 a.m.
Singlets will ,be required for: all
wrestlers andin the women's division, a
collegiate or women's singlet is required
alongwith the use of a sport bra or0 lee% e-
less sport top (No t-shirts).
Headgear is recommended for all
competitors but is required for those in
the kids divisions. .. .
For further information contact tour-
nament director Chris hMlNe al\ at (90 41
234-3210 or email c_mcnealy@msn.com

AngelPlex annual golf tourny
Annunciation Catholic School is
having their annual AngelPlex golf
tournament on Saturday, October 3 at
Eagle Harbor Golf Club and Fleming
Island Plantation. The entry fee is $80
per golfer and $300 per team. This fee
includes green fees, cart, range balls,.
shirt, lunch, dinner, refreshments and
tee gift.
In addition, there will be a grand prize-
raffle drawing for custom fit Taylor
Made Irons, Taylor Made R5 Driver, Tay-
lor Made Putter and a golf bag. Spon-
sorships are also available ranging from
$150 to $10,000.


Player of the Week


The golf tournament will benefit An-
nunciation Catholic-School as they com-
plete the final phase of its expansion. .
which will included g %mnnasiu ni. stage.
science lab and classrooms for art and
music classes. ,
Anyone seeking more information
should contact Michelle Brennan at 269-
0220 or Pat Ba iett at 608-3994.

OPAA general board meeting
Orange Park Athletic Assoiiation is
having their general board meeting on
Monday, September 12 at 8 p.m. in the
boardroom at thepark.
OPAAis act i el \ seeking new mem-
bers to sign up for the board a nd e er y-
one is welcome to attend.
Interested par ties that would like to
add their nanie to the ballot, which will
be \oted on at the general nIeeting, send
an e-mail with name and phone number
to secretary' '@opaa.us.

Registration for Girls on the Run
Registration is inow open ito the fall
season at Girs on the Run --a fun and
positive progtiiam for 8-12 year old girls
of all abilities. Tliroughout the season,
girls learn about important life skills
while training to complete a 5K (3.1 mile)'
:run/walk. Each lesson includes fun
team activities, stretching, running
games uiplifting i~;:i kouir and:l roup.dis-
cussions,while buiildin.g self-stee iri and
health lifest(,les.
Lesson topics include: liking whoil
am, being positl\e, not- doing
drugs/smoking, eating nuititiously re-
specting my body, undei standing emo-
tions. handling peer pressure, and
making healthy choices.
At the end of the season, girls from all
GOTR teams participate in a noncom-
petitive 5K run/walk that gives the girls
a chance to shine and.a big sense of ac-
complishment at the finish line.
Fall programs begin September 10 and
are being held at various schools, parks and
YMCAs throughout Orange Park, Ponte
Vedra, Atlantic Beach.Jacksonville, Man-
darin Yulee and Fernandina.
Vohlnteer coaches.are also needed to
work with a team of girls.
For more information,call 904-321-4315.
or email GOTRneflorida@aoLcom or visit-

Women's marathon training
Local nonprofit, Girls on the R in of
N.E. Florida, is building a team of local
women who want to train- for a
marathon/half-marathon and make a
difference in the lives of young girls
throughout our community.
Women of all running and walking
abilities from Jacksonville, Orange Park,


Ponte Vedra and Fernandina Beach will
come together to train for the Miami
Main athon or Half Marathon onJanuary
29, 20i06 w h ie raising money )($262 mi ni-
minum to benefit the girls at Giirls on the
Run. after-school program that helps
you nggirls build self-esteem and hea lthy
lifestyles while also training for their
first 5K (3.1 mile race.
Participants will receive a coached
program just for women. group training
r tuns. training clinics, performance lshu ts.
fun socials, camaraderie with other
wonien. and an opportunity to inspire
girls inour community.
This program is open to all women.
For more details, visithttp://www.gotrne-
floridaorg/ or call904-321-4315.
An informational Kic k-Off Part% will
beheld on Wednesday.September 14th at
6:30pm at tie Jackson\ ille Landing's
Mongos restaranLt.

Youth NFL flag football
I9 Sports oftackson ille-is ha' ing f lag
football registration for kids ages 6-14.
Registration is ongoing and league pla\
will begin on Septembei 17. Log on to
.www.i9sports.com or c.ll (90i4) 992-game
to find out program details and registra-
tion information.
Allgames willbep-la ed at either the
Universii\ of North Florida or O)cean
PaIlms Elementaur in PonteVedra.

Golden Eagle fundraiser
Join die Fleming Island Glolden Eagles
basketball team for their third annual
chicken dinner fundlaiser on Fi idavSept
16 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. inll [he catcteria.
The cost is $7.0) and the dinner will
include a 1/4 chicken, baked beans, cole
slain, bread aid a di ink.
Players and coaches \ ill be serving the
meals and ou ca n dinein the cafeteria or
lia\e \oul dinner prepared in a togo box.
All proceeds will benefit the boys and
girls' basketball teams at Fleming Island
and you can purchase tickets by calling
651-8899 or email a ticket request to fihs-
basketball@bellsouth.net to have your
tickets delivered.

FI sets golf tourney
Fleming Island High School is hosting
a captain's choice golf tournament on
September 17 at 1p.m. at the Golf Club at
Fleming Island Plantation.
All proceeds will benefit Fleming Is-
land's athletic department and the cost is
$75 per player or:$260 per team.
A shotgun start will get things going
and dinner along with door prizes; tro-
phies and raffles for sports memorabilia
will be included.
In addition the tournament is looking



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line for sponsors is September S and for
pla ers the deadline is September 15.
Forms maN be picked up at the School
or b\ calling athletic director Rand \\War-
ren at 541-2100.

Gator Bowl tickets on sale
Tickets hale goneonon sale for the Toyota
Gator.Bowl Game to the public beginning
Monday.\ Augustl.
The 61st .Aknnral Toyota Gator Bowl \will
be played onJaniuar y 2,2004 6 in Alrel Stadi-
um inJacksonville Florida with kickoff at
12:30 p.m. andwillbe televised national on
NBC. The Tovota Gator Bowl features die
first selection from die ACCand the Big East
Conference or Nore Dame following the
BCS selection Ticket prices for dithe Toyota
Gator Bowl are $40.0 O.
In addition, tickets to the Dr. Pepper
Atlantic Coast Conference Football
Championship Game to be play ed onDe-
cember 3,2005 at Afltel Stadium injack-
son\ ile. Florida at 8:001) p.m. are also
available foi puiichase.
The game will feature tie fiist place
teams from the Coastal and Atlantic Di-
visions of the Atlantic Coast Coniferience
who will play for the Conference Cham-
pionship Title a nd will be nationally tele-
vised on ABC.
Tickets prices are $80 for lower level
seats and S60 fOlr upper level seats.
Tickets can he pi chased for both the
Dr. Pepper ACC. Football Clhamlpionship
Game and the Toaota Gator Bo\ 1 game
by. going to ww%.gatorbowl.com or
i ww.ticketmasteti.com.-

Travel team signups
Orange Park 11-year-old Travel Team
looking for players. Must live in Orange
Park area to be eligible for districts. All-
Star or Travel team experience preferred
but not required. Eligible players cannot
turn 12 beforeJuly 31,2005. For more in-
formation call (904).237-7293.

Homerun club meeting
Baseball homerun club meetings will
be held at Ridgeview High School on the
second Monday of every month at 7 p.m.
For more information callJackie Simp-
kins at 251-5102.

Bel-Med registration
BMAA is holding registration 6-8
p.m. Tuesday and Thursdays and 10
a.m.- 2p.m. Saturday for T-Ball ($60),
baseball ($85), softball($85), sr. baseball
($115), cheerleading ($200), football
($135). In addition for the 2005 football
season, BMAA will offer "Tiny Mites"
football for children ages 5 and 6. For
more information call 264-1910.




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New trends in home spaces revealed


Special to Clay Today

Families are doing more and more enter-
taining at home, continuing the "nesting"
trend.. Therefore, builders are offering
houses that feature a greater percentage of
interior area rather than outdoor acreage -
the latest in home- building trends..
As such, newer rooms are cropping up as
must-have spaces. Here's a rundown on
some other rooms to consider for a floorplan.
Mudrooms and Laundry Rooms
Once stashed away in the basement or
another dark corer, these rooms are now
getting updated and offer more flow into
other living areas.
More than ever, laundry rooms are
being placed on the main level of the
house off a kitchen or bathroom for easy
plumbing hookup. This allows families
whose dirty laundry might pile up faster
than dirty dishes to easily keep it man-
ageable and contained in one area rather
than in piles in the bedrooms.
Organizationalshelving, closets and cabi-
netry keep laundry/mudrooms in order and
car, also hide cleaning products and hampers.
For those who must have a laundry area
on the basement level, chutes installed
throughout the house that connect to the
basement eliminate the need to carry bas-


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Today's new-construction homes are larger and
feature a variety of different rooms, including
recreation and game rooms.

kets of clothes downstairs for washing-
Home Theaters
Now that the surround-sound systems
and protection or plasma television
screens have become more aflordable.
man\ are opting to include a home the-


ater in design schemes. It offers the con-
venience of enjoying movies at home in
an intimate space convenient for you.
A home theater room allows for unique
social opportunities as well you can in-
vite friends and family over for a "movie
night," or use it to occupy kids when the
weather isn't ideal for outdoor activities.
Billiaid/Recreation Rooms .
Alany people like the idea of a room to
house all of their "toys." From pool tables
to dart boards to chess sets, game rooms
offer the ideal place for activities.
They also offer the adults a distinct
space'where they can socialize and enter-
tain guests away from the children.
Game rooms can also be designed
around the younger set, to include video
game hubs, toys and a television. Again, this
keeps the kids' toys contained to one area
rather than strewn all around the house.
Outdoor Rooms
From the former "Florida Rooms" to
greenhouses to outdoor kitchens, home-
owners are bringing the indoors outside.
Perfect for areas with a moderate climate.
these rooms can be fully furnished spaces
that take design hues and stiles from the
great outdoors.
Glass-enclosed greenhouses or solari-
ums offer a retreat where one can enlov na-


ture without the hassle of insects and pests.
Plus, this room can house foliage year-
round for those who live where the sea-
sons change dramatically.
Outdoor kitchens and other living
spaces provide an interesting living space
for homeowners who love to entertain in
the open air.
-Great Rooms
Living rooms and dining rooms have
stepped-aside to make way for the "great
room." These oversized spaces are well
known for their open layout and multi-
purpose sensibility.
They're often rooms for family living -
maximizing space to accommodate larger
amounts of people. These rooms are often
designed to be warm and inviting, and can
easily benefit by including plush furniture
in the space, and rich tones on the walls.
Master Suite
Today's master bedrooms have been
expanded to include more than just a
sleeping and washing area. They're now
being remodeled to imitate the luxuries of.
lavish hotels and vacation destinations.
functioning as a secluded retreat.
These suites include anything from a
wardrobe area to a private bathroom spa
to a workout center to a reading nook. in
addition to sleeping quarters.


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Section B-9


CLAY CQUNUTY REAL ESTATE


September 8.,2005i








Property LISTINGS


CLAY COUNTY BEAUTY 4/2 OVER
2280 SQFT AND SITUATED ON 1.2
ACRES OF LAND. BRING YOUR HORS-
ES. LOADS OF SPACE, WORKSHOP &
MORE! $134,900 WENDY HENDRICKS
BROKER-ASSOCIATE (904)838-3977
KW FIRST COAST REALTY

HORSE LOVERS! WE HAVE ACREAGE
FOR YOU. WHATEVER YOUR NEEDS,
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NEEDS. 40 ACRES AVAILABLE, 12
ACRES WITH HOME AND OTHERS.
CALL! WENDY HENDRICKS BROKER-
ASSOCIATE (904)838-3977 KW FIRST.
COAST REALTY

ORANGE PARK SOUTH 3/2 ALL
BRICK HOME WITH OVER 2100 SQFT
NEWWINDOWS, FRESH PAINT, UP-
DATES THROUGHOUT. $189,900
CALL TODAY, WENDY HENDRICKS-
BROKER-ASSOCIATE (904)838-3977
KW FIRST COAST REALTY

WATERMILL LIKE NEW, 4/2 BRICK
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ONE WILL SELL FAST LOADS OF TILE,
SPACIOUS AND AIRY HOME WITH IS-
LAND KITCHEN, LARGE GREAT
ROOM WITH FIREPLACE AND A GOR-
GEOUS MASTER BATH. A MUST SEE
FOR ANYONE. $232K WENDY HEN-
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3977 KW FIRST COAST REALTY.

NEW HOMES IN CLAY COUNTY


FROM THE $180K'S AND-UP SEVERAL
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SELLING YOUR HOME? CALL FOR A
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ANGE PARK. CALL FOR OUR CUS-
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BROKER-ASSOCIATE. (904)838-3977
KW FIRST COAST REALTY

240596 DON'T MISS THIS SPACIOUS
HOME IN ARGYLE FOREST! THIS 3/2
HAS CERAMIC TILE, CARPET & HARD-
WOOD FLOORS, 2-STORY SHED W/
LIGHTS AND WATER, FENCED BACK
YARD. CALL DREME STUBBS@278-
i3329 $162,000 COLDWELL BANKER:
WALTER WILLIAMS

NATURE LOVER'S PARADISE 3 BED-
ROOM, 2-BATH HOME ON AN ACRE.
BRING YOUR HORSE TO THIS HOMES
ONLY PROPERTY THAT BACKS UP TO
100+ ACRE RETREAT CENTER. 2.5
CAR GARAGE, GREENHOUSE/WORK-
SHOP SPRINKLER SYSTEM, FENCED.
CALL MARY FREYLING AT COLDWELL
BANKER TATUM WILLIAMS, 291-2243


OAK LEAF DREAM HOME- 3 BED-
ROOM, 2-BATH CHARMER IN OAK
LEAF PLANTATION HAS UPGRADES
GALORE SOLID WOOD CABINETS,
10-FOOT KNOCKDOWN CEILINGS,
GARDEN TUB, CUSTOM COUNTER-
TOPS, AND,MUCH, MUCH MORE.
CALL DAVID JACKSON ATCOLDWELL
BANKER TATUM WILLIAMS, 291-2243.

COUNTRY LIVING IN FOX MEADOW
-3 BEDROOMS, 2-BATH HOME IN A
CUL-DE-SAC HAS BEEN RENOVATED
THROUGHOUT. FEATURES IN-
CLUDE AN I I X 16 SCREEN PORCH,
10 X 15 WORK SHED, AND IS MOVE-
IN READY. CALL DAVID AT COLD-
WELL BANKER TATUM WILLIAMS
TODAY FOR YOUR PRIVATE SHOW-
ING, 291-2243.

BEAUTIFUL HOME ON AN ACRE-: 3
BEDROOM,. 2-BATH MANUFAC-
TURED HOME WITH BREAKFAST
ROOM IS IN MOVE-IN CONDITION
AND IS FENCED COMPLETELY CALL
BILL ZIMMERMAN AT COLDWELL
BANKER TATUM WILLIAMS TODAY,
291-2243

247651 ALL BRICK HOME ON CUL-
DE-SAC. THIS 4/2 FEATURES, LARGE
FAMILY ROOM, EAT-IN KITCHEN
W/COOK ISLAND, SCREENED PORCH
OVER LOOKING A SPACIOUS
FENCED YARD, CALL NOW FOR AP-
POINTMENT. PATRICIA SHER-
MAN@278-3332 $184,847
COLDWELL BANKER WALTER
WILLIAMS


248015 SHOWS LIKE A MODEL. IM-
MACULATE 7 MONTHS OLD, LUSH
LANDSCAPING, UPGRADED TILE,
SEPARATE LIVING AND DINING
ROOMS, TILE FIREPLACE! A MUST
SEE!! CALL KAREN WENTZ@278-


3325 $244,500 COLDWELL BANKER
WALTER WILLIAMS

251028 GREAT INVESTMENT HOME,
THIS HOME FEATURES LAMINATE
WOOD FLOORING, INDOOR LAUN-
DRY, OAK CABINETS, 2 BEDROOMS
CONVERTED INTO ONE LARGE MAS-
TER, HANDICAP ACCESSIBLE SHOW-
ER AND COVERED PATIO. ROOF
ONLY 4 YEARS OLD. CALL KAREN
WENTZ@278-3325 $75,000 COLD-
WELL BANKER WALTER WILLIAMS

250244 STEP INSIDE AND BE SUR-
PRISED. THIS HOME HAS IT ALL,
EXTRA LARGE ROOMS, VAULTED
CEILINGS, BEAUTIFUL STONE FIRE-
PLACE, EAT-IN KITCHEN, SCREENED
PORCH, ALARM SYSTEM AND THE
APPLIANCES STAY. CALL MICHELE
ADAMS@278-3331 $141,000 COLD-
WELL BANKER WALTER WILLIAMS

249973 BEAUTIFUL ALL BRICK ON AL-
MOST /2 ACRE ON FLEMING ISLAND.
LARGE BACKYARD BIG ENOUGH FOR
A POOL, ORJUST FOR ENTERTAIN-
ING.- A ONE OWNER, LOVINGLY
MAINTAINED HOME. CALL PATRICIA
SHERMAN@278-3332 $219,847
COLDWELL BANKER WALTER
WILLIAMS


248064 CONCRETE BLOCK HOME
W/STUCCO, TILE ENTRY LMNG/DIN-
ING COMBO W/PLANTSHELVES, EAT-
IN. KITCHEN W/BREAKFAST BAR,
FAMILY ROOM W/SLIDERS TO PATIO,
FENCED YARD, GARDEN MASTER
BATH, WALK-IN SHOWER & HUGE
WALK-IN CLOSETS. CALL KAREN
WENTZ@278-3325 $173,000 COLD-
WELL BANKER WALTER WILLIAMS

252232 ALL BRICK POOL HOME IN
THE HEART OF ORANGE PARK! THIS
IMMACULATE HOME FEATURES A,
SEPARATE LIVING & DINING ROOM,
FAMILY ROOM WITH FIREPLACE, AND
A GARDEN MASTER BATH. THE
BREAKFAST NOOK OVERLOOKS THE
SPARKLING POOL ON A PRIVATE 1/3
ACRE LOTCALL KAREN
WENTZ@278-3325 $242;000 COLD-
WELL BANKER WALTER WILLIAMS

CR 217. COMMERCIAL PROPERTY
ZONED BB,.APPROX: I 1/2 ACRES ON
PAVED COUNTY ROAD. CALL-KAT
WETMORE AT (904) 705-6023 W/PRU-
DENTIAL NETWORK REALTY.
$135,000.


4.77 ACRES IN BOSTWICK. $60,000.
CALL THE AK TEAM 237-8421 FOR
MORE INFORMATION.



LISING


PERFECT FOR THE BUILDERS
High. dry propeyrr. 21.93 acres in the countrN MaI. be
subdijded for construcion per the County and can be
subdiided into as small as I jcre lots NILS# 225926
$350,880.


READY FOR THAT
LARGE FAMILY
This 4/2 ith ocer 2,000 sq t is ready for that large fam-
ily Tuis i]. perfect on 1.25 acres witLh fireplace. large
kitchen with loads of cibinet. and counier pace. Kitchen
aso feiaurels sland. Musi see ti. apprecuie NLS# 247375
$105,00)0.

HANDTMIAN'S SPECIAL
Built in 194, 2/. on 2 acres has iront deck Horse wel-
come. MLS# 228813 $5.4,500.
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WHAT BEAUTY ;
3.r I,4iu sq. It on l+are, center island aork center rm i ichen
with appharices including dish washer and garbage dipo'sal
Thif home feaimream a plii plan rilh garden tub and double ian-
ivv sins. Home Wrrant. MLS# 87W82 84.605
MIDDLEBURG
Nice I t+cre sloipmg building for home or moibde home Cl'se to
schools and shopptg Pnced to Sdell LS 259943 $20,000).


COMMERCIAL
Thi s i the perfect lcanon 1or a professional budding or
.arehouse CounrN Road. Ver\ busy are. and growing
fast. MLS# 258876 $85.000.
PERFECT LITTLE STARTER HOME IN THE
COUNTRYDOUBLE WIDE MOBILE HOME
3/2 1991 model-lenced front and rear ith fr:'nt deck Eat
in kitchen inside launlrv-ule loors, net %car''et and pain-
.alk in closely in nmter Roman rub in master bjlh. ,ani-
ty, se? shov.er still. Thermjl indow.. nici blind' Chair
rails in ling rorN MLS# 258151 $69.911).
IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR
PRIVACY THEN HERE IT IS
Bait i 1997 3/2 plus game room and Forida rro'm, j owll ot
2. 0114 ,q I healed and cooled on 2 itre, iTou of .\x ceiling
fars-j.U bedrooms haje ,. ilk in cl,,eL Msiter hai garden rub
itlh sep shlwer LtIll-d,:uble .iarun sri~. Large .hed .ill
con..ev-cuncreie drie.Wivay-cerartu,: ile if.is min l'er iand
kitchen arei Kitchen hias large pjantr smool top r.n.oe. self
cleaning o'en iu hie rae range run:ieA.ic e, refngeranor uilh
iemaker. ,ind: ea-trjnerienjts nd s.i nimuch more. WON'T
L\ST LONG MLS#255986 1239.900.


Waterfront 4.40 Acres
Waterfront 3.34 Acres
Paved Road 2.10 Acres


$67,000
$55,000
$4,000-


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NEAR YULEE, ALMOST NEW ON AL-
MOST I ACRE. 4/2 DOUBLE WIDE
WITH DELUXE MASTER, FULLY
EQUIPT KITCHEN WITH ISLAND.
$114,900. CALL THE AK TEAM 237-
7503.

INVESTORS! WE HAVE A NUMBER OF
REO INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES
RANGING IN PRICE FROM $49,900 TO
$150,000. CALL THE AK TEAM FOR
MORE INFORMATION. 237-7503 OR
237-8421.

3/2 IN SANDY HOLLOW OFFERS NEW
CARPET THROUGHOUT, FULLY
EQUIPPED & TILED KITCHEN W/
NOOK, TILED TRAFFIC AREAS, INSIDE
LAUNDRY ROOM, GARAGE W/ BUILT
IN WORK BENCH, FENCED BACK
YARD. $149,900. CALL THE AK TEAM
FOR MORE INFORMATION. 237-7503
OR 237-8421



EAGLE HARBOR LAGOON VIEW!
WONDERFUL 3 WAY SPLIT FLOOR-
PLAN, THIS 4/3 OFFERS FORMAL LIV-
ING RM W/FRENCH DOORS, FORMAL
DINING, LARGE FAMILY RM WITH FR
OPEN KITCHEN WITH CORIAN AND
42" CABINETS, LARGE ENCLOSED
LANAI, SIDE ENTRY GARAGE.
$349,900. CALL THE AK TEAM FOR
MORE INFORMATION. 237-7503 OR
237-8421.

PACE ISLAND POOL HOME! GOR-
GEOUS 5/4 WITH DIAGONAL CERAM-
IC TILE, 42" CABINETS, NEUTRAL
DECOR, LARGE WALK IN CLOSETS
AND PANTRY, SCREENED AND HEAT-
ED POOL W/ LIGHT PACKAGE AND
MUCH MORE. $394.900. CALL THE AK
TEAM FOR MORE INFORMATION.
237-7503 OR 237-8421.

ALL BRICK IMMACULATE 4/3! CULDE-
SAC, CONSERVATION LOT NEUTRAL
DECOR, LARGE KITCHEN OPEN TO
FAMILY ROOM, FORMAL LIVING AND
DINING, DELUXE MASTER.$262,500.
CALL THE AK TEAM FOR MORE IN-
FORMATION. 237-7503 OR 237-8421.

RAVINES GATED GOLF COMMUNITY
- 3 BEDROOM. 3.5 BATH IN ESTAB-
LISHED SECTION OF RAVINES GOLF
CLUB COMMUNITY IS A SOUTHERN
CHARMER WITH TOO MANY UP-
GRADES TO LIST. A HUGE GREAT
ROOM WITH BRICK FIREPLACE
OPENS TO A SPACIOUS SCREENED
REAR PORCH. SOLID COUNTERTOPS
AND RAISED PANEL CABINETS COM-
PLETE A ROOMY KITCHEN. OVER-
SIZED 3 CAR GARAGE. CALL ROSS
CHECK AT COLDWELL BANKER
TATUM WILLIAMS TODAY, 291-2243


253815 THIS 4/2 HOME FEATURES A
COURTYARD ENTRY, FORMAL LIVING
& DINING, KITCHEN OVERLOOKS
FAMILY ROOM WITH GAS FIREPLACE,
SCREENED LANAI OVERLOOKS LA-
GOON. CALL LINDA STORY@278-
3337 $ 289,900 COLDWELL BANKER
WALTER WILLIAMS

NEW HOMES IN CLAY COUNTY
FROM THE $180K'S AND UP SEVERAL
LOCATIONS. CALL FOR ALL THE
INFO. WENDY HENDRICKS BROKER-
ASSOCIATE(904)838-3977 KW FIRST
COAST REALTY

FIRST TIME BUYERS, FREE SERVICES,
FHA/VA RELOCATION EXPERTS. NO
MONEY DOWN TO QUALIFIED BUY-
ERS. WE ARE THE RELOCATION EX-
PERTS. WE ARE HERE TO SERVE YOU.
WENDY HENDRICKS BROKER-ASSO-
CIATE (904)838-3977 KW FIRST COAST
REALTY

SELLING YOUR HOME? I KNOW CLAY
COUNTY! CALL FOR A FREE CON-
SULTATION & A GREAT MARKETING
PROGRAM. WE SELL HOMES
THROUGHOUT JACKSONVILLE & OR-
ANGE PARK. CALL FOR OUR CUS-
TOMIZED LISTING PACKAGE TO FIT
YOUR NEEDS. WENDY HENDRICKS
BROKER-ASSOCIATE (904)838-3977
KW FIRST COAST REALTY

17 ACRES HIGH & DRY PROPERTY,
FENCED, HUGE 3400 SQFT WORK-
SHOP 3-PHASE AND SINGLE PHASE
ELECTRICAL, SEPARATE OFFICE
BUILDING & WARM-UP PEN FOR
YOUR HORSES. BUILD YOUR DREAM
HOME HERE. A MUST SEE AT ONLY
$250K. WENDY HENDRICKS BROKER-
ASSOCIATE KW FIRST COAST REALTY
(904)838-3977

249337 GEORGEOUS OAKLEAF HOME
WITH BEAUTIFUL CERAMIC TILE
LEADING INTO THE GREATROOM
WHICH BOASTS A BUILT-IN ENTER-
TAINMENT CENTERTILE FIREPLACE,
CROWN MOULDING ENHANCES
THE VOLUME CEILINGS, PLANTA-
TION SHUTTERS, UPGRADED
KITCHEN CABINETS, AND MUCH
MORE. CALL MICHELE ADAMS @278-
3331 $284.500 COLDWELL BANKER
WALTER WILLIAMS

255498 ONLY STEPS AWAY FROM
GOLF CLUB & SCHOOL, BEST LOCA-

;. Need a Mortgage
v for your dream
home, townhome,
loft or condo?
Call Carol Hyde
CAl A 626-6362
S' '-chydek@alaloans.com I
^:^ ^ F ree Apraisals up to
S $300 paid at closing


Leo tily (Ownd BuilG

Homes from
the $160's
904-908-0050





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S'-'"-.- Construction Company .

Directions: 1-295 to Blading., north ond Blmdmg Bld Letoft l ko .e Ave. to Gent Woods m oni darighL

IF YOU WANT TO ADVERTISE IN THE CLAY TODAY
PLEASE CALL 264-3200
.CALL 269-2999 TO ADVERTISE E IN TH-E CLASSI-FIEDS


TION IN THE HEART OF EAGLE HAR-
BOR. LARGE OPEN FLOOR PLAN
WITH VAULTED CEILING, ARCHES &
DECORATIVE WINDOWS, TILE GAR-
DEN BATH, BREAKFAST BAR & NOOK,
PATIO, REFRIGERATOR, WASHER &
DRYER STAY. CALL KAREN
WENTZ@278-3325 $249,900



1888 BLUEBONNET PACE ISLAND
POOL HOME! GORGEOUS 5/4 WITH
DIAGONAL CERAMIC TILE, 42" CABI-
NETS, NEUTRAL DECOR, LARGE
WALK IN CLOSETS AND PANTRY,
SCREENED AND HEATED POOL W/
LIGHT PACKAGE AND MUCH MORE.
$394,900. THE AK TEAM 269-7117

239477 EAGLE HARBOR BEAUTY!!
THIS 5BR 3BA HOME HAS IT ALL. LO-
CATED ON A LARGE LOT W/GOLF
COURSE VIEW, FLORIDA ROOM,
BONUS ROOM, EXTENSIVE MOULD-
ING, GRANIT COUNTER, ISLAND,
WOOD FLOORS, UPGRADES GA-
LORE, PLUS 3 CARE GARAGE. CALL
PEBBLES CAPES@278-3314 $432,500
COLDWELL BANKER WALTER
WILLIAMS

NEW HOMES $450K'S PARADISE
MOORINGS. GORGEOUS HOMES,
FULLY LOADED. WENDY HEN-
DRICKS (904)838-3977 KW FIRST
COAST REALTY

FIRST TIME BUYERS, FREE SERVICES.
FHA/VA RELOCATION EXPERTS. NO
MONEY DOWN TO QUALIFIED BUY-
ERS. WE ARE THE RELOCATION EX-
PERTS. WE ARE HERE TO SERVE YOU.
WENDY HENDRICKS BROKER-ASSO-
CIATE (904)838-3977 KW FIRST COAST
REALTY

SELLING YOUR HOME? I KNOW CLAY


Conventional


3i Year Fi.,ed 5 875 i 0
511 ARM 5 750 0 0
3/1 ARM 5625 0 0


Interest Only 5/1 ARM
ARMs 3'1 ARM


Jumbo
FHA
VA


5625 0 + 0
5 751 1/4 0


30 Year F,xed 6.125 0 0
30 Year Fixed 5 750 0 0
30 Year Fixed 5 750 0 + 0


All rales are based on owner occupied
property Fixed rates are for a 60 day lock
and ARMs are for a 50 day lock Rates are
current as of September 6. 2005 and are sub-
ject 10 change Please call for current rates
Non Comforming Wholesale loans are also available
Call
Guy Lynch at

269-7170
Email: ghlynch@'resourcebnk.com ':


WE DON'T LIST HOUSES!
WE BUY THEM!
ANY LOCATION 0 ANY PRICE 0 ANY CONDITION
Need to sell your UNWANTED house fast?
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that buy and sell several houses per month and we can purchase yours!

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All Brick Imi
Conservation lot; N
to family room, Fo
master. $262,500


The AK Team /
One Team One Dream I -* '
,hc~e Krebs 23.8421
Ken Prno~its 23' .-503
Heidi L\nch 626-9087 .
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Home! Gorgeous, 5/4 wvitr, alag. This 3/2 offers new carpet throughout, fully
2 caonret neuirai aecor iargs equ,.poed & ried Ktchern n/ nrook, ile,' craff.r: areas
pantrl/ scruenea .and retedat l p.jl 'Idlae Iauridrm rom, garage w/ built n work encn,
d rmur, more. $394,900. Ienced rack yard $149,900.


iaculate 4/3! Culdesac,
neutral decor, Large kitchen open
irmal living and dining, Deluxe


Eagle Harbor Lagoon View! Wonderful 3 way
.split floorplan, this 4/3 offers Formal living rm
w/french doors, formal dining, Large family rm with
FP, Open kitchenwith corian and 42" cabinets, Large
endosedilanai, Side entry garage. $349,900


AK A Team AKTe AK -AK eam- AK.Tear,-)


COUNTY! CALL FOR A FREE CON-
SULTATION & A GREAT MARKETING
PROGRAM. WE SELL HOMES
THROUGHOUTJACKSONVILLE & OR-
ANGE PARK. CALL FOR OUR CUS-
TOMIZED LISTING PACKAGE TO FIT
'YOUR NEEDS. WENDY HENDRICKS
BROKER-ASSOCIATE (904)838-3977
KW FIRST COAST REALTY

JUST LISTED! 32 ACRES OF PARADISE -
BEAUTIFUL HIGH & DRY PROPERTY,
1700 SQFT HOME, GUEST QUARTERS,
2500 SQFT OF DECK, ABOVE
GROUND POOL. 6 STALL STABLE,
CLAY ARENA, WARM-UP PEN & SO
MUCH MORE!! 3400 SQFT COMMER-






CURRENT RATES


Sedtion. B-11


CLAY~ COUNTY REAL ESTATE


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CTAY COUNTY REAL ESTATE


September 8, 2005


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With over 39 years of
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Fini Your P(ace in t e Sun


GREAT HOME BUILT IN 2002! ONLY STEPS AWAY FROM...
Hc. ,j: h,; bee~r I r. Plud '11 .&, Cirl IAu a. rJ I b i A tdi I i-,n r. i in r E aie
ru-ljli (.3 0r.)I tiVJls -in t iEa-,Id r..: house e. .n~r, re ril, I-I ,rb Lr bee : ,r .c. 5.aid C:.t*i*rE i rr 5
3-2 2st e .3ljdr u ci ..1 spra1rr IdJA- i. l d- bjrt. briiktatE tIrr .5-C
iIr, a r~rreA--i,E: ijYh.r & d.- tit:U5, c-l-v i K ,rr, '
2`6.31334MLS a2!8832 5187,400 ,ML 92c544[8 S249,900
W -. A.- -. I ErieA NN&, -


WELL MAINTAINED HOME...
I,,-inCulIZlc, kept /3rdn Ttr. 3/ l- omr f: Lup..rc br.ck front
ind .,r./I s,5 r, Ceer ., Uc r. r. blU-irorr.' S, lr Er. b vC.k
rporch Encilo:d. rhunrr-cne .hunt.r o0 l wn,,ndOJi Call Call
DaHiEe R3FC. @ 218-3334 MLS n259236 SI155,000


FORMER BUILDER'S MODEL
V.d. great curt appeal. bbeautful track Ironra. wicd3r :.d.ng.
r.ei r:,of ri 2005, Cul-de-sc vli.dsclaped 1-r.l and roGm
Ior i pool Tile ier rl 16x12 d.ri-,. v. 'derF.il crca.r. mould
.re nd ch,.r r'S.. ith 312 r-or-., .,s a rr.ut see" Call K-rer
Ve.'n @ 278.3325 MLS925651 3 199,900


Your Perfect Partner


WALTER WILLIAMS
REALTY. INC
Eacih OO ice i Ir iikdeJn.'n u) C-eJ iand Op,:rale4


IMMACULATE BRICK HOME
W.r cednr xc'-r. nS,rll fr- neurn i Crpc. tliEu[l'tul tr,,:l.
frepljce int'e r,irUa Floridj rcci,, enclo:ed airh h e.Lir.g j nd
co1',rit. fc ced /-rd. a.ll rrnjncdr Ed Call Kjren Wnc. @
278-3325 MLS n"156092 SI 39.900


GREAT INVESTMENT
Th.i 1 I home is ccrrplterly relurb.,Ehd nSdd r.eA C:r-
peL 1ll appl.ar.ce ja,. s.d, lot and nj: ha nd.cap rrmp
..ryl sidlr.g Cll Bob Coli.ns at 278-3324 MLS ;256824
$77,900


4701 Hwy 17 South Suite 107
Orange Park, FL 32003

(904) 269-9707


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Information

We Want to Hear From You
904-284-6500

Clay County School District
www.clay.kl2.fl.us/


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CLAY COUNTY


HOMES


FOR RENT


BELMONT LAKES 3/2. $1275
per month, $1275 deposit. 1,592 sf.,
living/dining combination, family
room, 2 car garage, fenced backyard,
pets allowed, available August 31 st.
Discover Property Management. Inc.
904-269-1082

SETTLERS LANDING 3/2,
$900 per month, $900 deposit.
1063 sf., formal dining room, fire-
place, 2 car garage, access to play-
ground, pets allowed, available
today. Discover Property Manage-
ment, Inc. 904-269-1082

MEADOWBROOK 3/1.5, $775
per month, $775 deposit, 1,275 sf.,
cute home close to everything, cen-
tral heat and air, inside laundry, no
pets allowed, available today. Dis-
cover Property Management, Inc.
904-269-1082

CROSS CREEK 3/2, $850 per
month, $850 deposit, 1,454 sf.,
formal dining room, great room, 2
car garage, fenced backyard, pets
allowed, available today. Discover
Property Management, Inc. 904-
269-1082

LAKE ASBURY Area 4BD/2BA.
split bedrooms, eat-in kitchen,
greatroom w/fireplace, 2 car
garage, fenced backyard, Ig. lot
(backs up to new middle school)
small pet OK, available NOW.
$1,100 month, $1,100 security
deposit, $300 pet fee Call owner
direct (904) 282-2722.


WATERMILL + .
All of the great amenities...
No Capital Assessment Fees


,ll~l] jV .,'^, SEA AT WATEMILL OAKLEAF PLATAT10N
Directions: 1-29 fo Blanding Blvd. to Argyle Forest Blvd. left on wterpar Wterpar
V Swmmmng Pool V Swimming Pool
Watermill Blvd. South, proceed to rotary, first exit right at V Clubhouse V Clubhouse
Mardstone Mill Drive, model 50 ft. on left V Playground V Playgrounc
V Convenient to V Convenient to
shopping shopping
S E A $ 11,100 annual
1r] m capital assessment
Constuction Company
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August 2005 Excellence Award winner at Coldwell
Banker Walter Williams Orange Park location is:









Karen Wentz
Excellence in Sales
Excellence in Listings

4701iwy 7 South suite 107
Orange Park, FL 32003
269-9707


CIAL STEEL BUILDING WITH 3-PHASE
ELECTRIC, YOU DON'T WANT TO
MISS THIS ONE. CALL TODAY! OF-
FERED AT $545K WENDY HENDRICKS
BROKER-ASSOCIATE KW FIRST
COAST REALTY (904)838-3977

15 ACRES HIGH & DRY PROPERTY,
1700 SQFT HOME WITH HOT TUB,
ABOVE GROUND POOL AND 2500
SQFT OF DECK. GUEST QUARTERS
OR BONUS ROOM. NEW CLAY RID-
ING ARENA, 6 STALL STABLES AND
NEW FENCING. A HORSE LOVERS
PARADISE. A MUST SEE AT ONLY
$295K. WENDY HENDRICKS BROKER-
ASSOCIATE KW FIRST COAST REALTY
(904)838-3977

CR 218 8 ACRES ZONED COMMER-
CIAL LOCATED AT INTERSECTION
OF 2 PAVED COUNTY ROADS. CALL
KAT WETMORE AT (904) 705-6023
W/PRUDENTIAL NETWORK REALTY
$638,000.

WATERFRONT ON DRS. LAKE NEAR
EAGLE HARBOR. GRAND 2-STORY
HOME W/PORTE-COCHERE, 2
OWNERS' SUITES, DOCK W/ELEC-
TRIC & WATER AND 20X30
SCREENED DECK. TOO MANY
AMENITIES TO MENTION THEM ALL.
FOR YOUR PRIVATE SHOWING,
CALL JUDY FIELDS AT PRUDENTIAL
NETWORK REALTY AT (904) 534-
5839. $1,250,000.

EAGLE HARBOR 5BR/4BA W/EX-
TENDED SCREENED LANIA OVER-
LOOKING A SPARKLING LAGOON.
UPGRADES GALORE INCLUDING
BONUS ROOM, 42" MAPLE CABI-
NETS, SMOOTH TOP RANGE, BUILT-
IN MICRO AND RECESSED LIGHTING
IN KITCHEN, CENTRAL VAC AND
LUXURY MASTER SUITE CALL CALL
KAT WETMORE k904) 705- 6023 OR
JUDY FIELDS (904) 534-5839 W/PRU-
DENTIAL NETWORK REALTY.
$359,900.


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Retirement
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FT Heavy Truck Tech
Must Have Experience Job- Available

n-&eon Granger Lumber
RAO- Hateo F 20em Job Line

904-44a-2F45
Hampton, FL 32044 ,..


Part Time/Full Time
Shirt & Pant Pressers
NEEDED
Call: 904-276-2008/
904-625-7717
or Stop By @
A-1 CLEANERS
795 Blanding Blvd. O.P.
.C ES0003-3505

Animal Lover Needed'
S By Super Premium Pet -
"- Food Company to Present & "
SSell Premium Dog Food. 1
t' Must Be Sales Driven. Great '.
SPresentation Skills, Neat,:
Reliable & Have'
STransportation. Work -t-
T Part-Time on Weekends.
4 HoursPer Day! $1/hr b
" Call 800-939-7387 ext. 330


FT CNA 40 Wk
Flexible 7-3 shift and&
3-11 -shit. Rate
Negotiable. Apply
Penney Retirement
Community.
904-284-8578
Drug Free Work Place
& EOE

iU H U i VI It I I III 1



For General Medical Transportjaion
Mlultple PosIiion. Must Hale
Current CDL or Class D License-
No Mo ing Violations \ifthin
3 years. Applicants Must Pas DOT -
SPhsicaltyve Exata'Drug Test
Requirements. Please .
Apply at.Cla Coun-r Council on
Aging, Inc. 6114 Walnut Street. Green
Cove Springs, FL 32043 EOE/ADA

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MENi lmoll!!!E1Ei llmlE ll l!EElENlll l
II HELP-- II
-WANTED |:I-
il Constucion Workers Needed ill
! *- Ages 21 & up. .il
ii Good Drivers License. ii
\ Willing to Work For ::U
j. Local Pool Company :l
no=. Steady Work. I!!
S 904-264-0872 .


CONSTRUCTION
PERSONNEL




Pipelayers,
.Excavator operators &
Loader operators.
Drug screen req.

ENSEN
CIVIL CONSTRUCiIOI4
9100 Philips Hw, .
EOEmn IJ r
S EOE CES-0004-3405.


INDUSTRIAL
Immediate Industrial
: openings
Attention Green Cove
Springs Skilled Workers!
Vac-Con, Inc., located in
GCS is seeking bright,
career-minded individuals to
start working IMMEDIATELY!
WELDERS, MECHANICS,
INDUSTRIAL PAINTERS,
FORKLIFT OPERATORS,
WE NEED YOU!
Positions also available for
entry level candidates
interested in learning a trade.
We offer fair wages, paid
training, benefits from
DAY ONE! Interested '
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or fax your resume to:
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Must be
reliable and.
familiar with all
phases-of apt.
turn/plumbing &
electrical
g :,andHVAC.

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RN-FT'TLTCF
.: experience pre erred.
S ate Negotiable.
Senne- Retirement
:Communiith, Janis DLke :
S(904) 28+-85821
Diane Lutzen :
* (o4)28+-8578. :
Drug rree Work Place & EF-O. :


ELECTRICIAN
HELPERS

NEEDED
Excellent Pay &
Benefits. For Local
Construction CO.
Please Call BobbY at
904-545-5932 for info.'


Anthony' Catering
Is Currently -luing for
The Following Positons
EVENT COORDINATOR
..............................
BANQUET MANAGERS
DIS.4 WIgSERS
LAUNDRY PERSONELLE
Must Be Extremely
Personable & Willing to
Work Flexible Schedule.
Please Call
904-264-1338


RECEPTIONIST
Clay Todii is looking or d full-time .
receptionist Must be a people person with .
excellent phone skilUs & computer e :peri- .n, ..
ence. Fdin. l origanizational skills helpfhil. '
Applications available at the office
located at: Clay Today 1560 Kingsley Ave.,
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Needed 4
"Skilled Framers"
must have own trans-
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Call Cindy at the office
to set up interview at
* (904) 272-8072. .0
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Assistant
Managers
Eor Fdll Service
Famif Restalrant in
TWe jacsoi'vi]lle Area
Please Senb Resumes
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PEST CONTROL


TECH
L & 0 Irrigation Tech
S 2 Years Expenence.
Valid Driver's License
DFWP EOE
Drug Free
904-771-8889




Needed in Busy
Orange Park
Cardiologist Office. Full
Time, Hospital/Office
Based. Excellent
Salary & Benefits



HEAVY EQUIPMENT
OPERATOR
TRAINING FOR EMPLOYMENT




Bulldozer, Backhoes, Loaders,
Dump Trucks, Graders,
Scrapers, Excavators
Next Class: Sept. 12 t
-;National Certification
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'Train in Flordia
800-383-7364
Associaled Training Serv.ces
w v, aisn-.noo;l corn


Advertise your Employment ads
in Clay Today's Employment Spotlight!
Call 269-2999 for more information.


The Clay County
) NSalvation Army
is looking for a volunteer seasonal Red
Kettle Coordinator. This person can help
S develop a list of potential sites, identify
volunteer groups to ring the bells and a.plan to structure this,
seasonal campaign. Coordination of counting, collecting and
accounting of the coin and currency taken in at the Clay
County Kettle sites. For more- information on this position,
please call Major Alien Phillips at 904-276-6677.


Foreman &
Roofers Needed
Experience in AHl
Types of Roofing
Valid Drivers
Y: 4License


7' -r^


CARPENTERS,
HELPERS and
SURBCREWS
Needed Immediately
for Orange Park andArgyle.
area. Call days or evenings.
904-29-1222 o
904-591-559S
^B : -""' CES&b8604 |j


APPLICATIONS ARE
NOW
BEING ACCEPTED
for
Kitchen Utility/
SDishwasher
SFull and Part Time Shifts.
" Apply
PENNEY RETIREMENT
COMMUNITY
800-638-3138 or 284-8200 -.
h -.- .: rlIC 1 & .t f


Production-

Machine Operator
& cooler Positions
For Milk Processing
Plant. All Shifts;
Apply at 4169 CR,15A
(Oakridge Ave, G.C.S.)
Improved Benefits
DFWP





Life

centers
of America
Compassion in Action!
.A ,C r:< *r. ire largest privately held provider
of skilled nursing facilities in 28 states,
several facilities are experiencing explosive
growth and have thefollowing opportunities:
Physical Therapists
Physical Therapy Assistants
Occupational Therapists
Certified Occupational
TherapyAssistants
Speech Language Pathologists
Full time, day shifts, flexible scheduling
available! Call today to find out more about
our conipetitive-salary/benefit packages.
For consideration, please submit resume to:
david_hardwick@lcca.com
or call 888-712-8551 or contact:
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Attn: Valerie Turney, RSM
Phone:. 904-272-2424
Life Care Center at
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Attn: Jane-Pefla
Phone: 904-4-1950
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Lawn Care Business, $15K
Worth of Equipment, 25-30
(Comm/Res) Accts., Keystone
& Surrounding Areas. Owner
Will Consider Finance for the
Right Person. $26K OBO
352-473-2575
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Opportunities W J

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cpf


APPLICANTS NEEDED for paid
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Adorable Spayed Female,
B/W Kitten Found Argyle
904-772-0714 Lv Msg
Found Young Male Chocolate
Lab in Argyle Area.on Aug.
31st Please call to Identify
904-276-6656/904-777-8235
REWARD! Lost Dalmatian
(Snow), 1 Blue Eye and 1
Brown Eye, Needs Meds,
Lakeside Area off Moody.
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Fridge, Stove, Dishwasher,
Washer & Dryer & Water
Heater, Freezers All $25-$150
Each 904-695-1412
Fridge, Stove, Dishwasher,
Washer & Dryer & Water
Heater All $25-$150 Each
904-695-1412-
Water Conditioner Fleck
Model 5600. Unused in Box
Paid $1295 Asking $800
Must Sell! 904-215-9679

Buskinss/Cord; -
Equipment .

Stump Grinder for Sale
Commercial Vermeer SC252.
$10 000 OBO
352-473-2575
Vertical Blinds, Red, 15'x8'
550. 2 Waiting Room Chairs
Red, $25/Pair 904-282-7000

Sporting Goods


(2) 12 Gauge Shotguns, (2)
410 Shotguns, 3030 Rifle w/
Scope w/ Gun Cabinet $400
904-505-69-47

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Bed: King Size
Mattress Set, New in Plastic.
Must Sell $175
904-484-6177
Beige Microsuede Tub
Cnairs W/ Casters $350'Pair,
Like New; Conlemporary Oak.'
Glass/Mirrdr Curio Cabinet,
Like New $100 904-339-9318-
Or 904-318-5315

Chest, Dresser w/ Mirror,
Smoked Glass Top Dinette
Table, Pepsi Machine, 26 Cu-
bic Ft Side by Side Fridge,
*Computer Desks, Complete
Queen Size Bed, Microwave,
Black Leather High Back
Desk Chair, Night Stands,
Entertainment Center; Sofa &
Love Seat, End Tables, TV
Stand, Computer & Luggage
352-473-3536 Lv Msg
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Only $6/ea, Blooming Now!
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61 x 33 x 16.5, Sideboard,.
Server Buffet, Dark Oak $250
OBO 904-284-1351
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$399, Queen; $199. King. All
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27) Merita Bread Store -2568 Blanding(21) 1221 Shellil10611 340 Park & Wells OP
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- 28) Publix- 2640 Blanding(21) MBG 124) Star's Food Store -756 Park Ave OP -
- 29) Walgreen's 2675 Blanding Blvd MBG 125) Hess(#9381) -1346 Park Ave OP -
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- 31) Sprint(#6122) 2682 Blanding(21) & 218 127) St John s Seafood Rest. -1464 Park Ave. ,
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- 33) Winn-Dixie (#93) 2720 Blanding MBG "129) Eckerd's 1952 Park Ave/Kingsley OP
M 34) Sprint(#6286)- 4486 SR218W & Mimosa MBG 130) Patti's Cafe 2134 Park Ave OP
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- 661 F.o0 L0on 1670-103 Wells Rd OP: 156)Courthouse 825 Orange(17) GCS
= 67, Fooa Lion 1670 103 WVlls Rd OP 157) Administration Bldg.- 400 Houston St
l 68) Exxbn 1576 Wells PO OP & 17 GCS .
- 69) Annie K's 550 Wells Rd OP 158) Rich's BBQ Rest. 505 N Orange(17) GCS
S70) Loop Rest. -550 Wells Rd OP 159) Valero Express Mart -201 Orange(17) GCS
l 71) Steak & Shake -1681 Wells Rd OP 160) H& H Discount Bev.- 100 Orange Ave GCS -
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80) Cedar Foods -190 Arora Blvd OP .168) Kindred Hospital 801 Oak St GCS
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Section B-18


CLAY TODAY CLASSIFIEDS 904-269-2999 FAX# 904-215-2456


September 8, 2005


258832 Great home built in 2002!
House has been freshly painted, new,
carpet & vinyl floors, all neutral colors.
Why wait to build, this home is move
in ready. 3/2 separate living/dining
room, open floor plan.
Call Darlene Rapoza@278.3334
$187,400


259236 Well maintained home,.
immaculately kept yard! This 3/2
hqme features, brick front & vinyl sid-
ing, ceramic tile in bathrooms & foyer,-
back porch enclosed, hurricane shut-
ter on all windows.
Call Darlene Rapoza@278-3334
$155,000


249973 Beautiful all brick on almost
/2 acre on Fleming Island. Large
backyard big enough for a pool, or
just for entertaining. A one owner, lov-
ingly maintained home.
Call Patricia Sherman@
278-3332- $219,847


252390 Great home on large lot!
This 4 bedroom 2 bath home is well
maintained, engery efficient, 1399
sq .ft., split bedrooms and all'appli-
ances stay.
Call Coldwell Banker Walter
Williams@269-9707 $140,000


253815 This 4/2 home features a-
courtyard entry, formal living & dining,
kitchen overlooks family room with gas
fireplace, screened lanai overlooks-
lagoon.
.Call Linda Story@278-3337
289,900


255498 Only steps away from golf
club. & school, best.location in the
-,ion .:.I '!:i l- Hj,'b,.:., Large open
1I,:,.-. plon with vaulted ceiling, arches
& decorative windows, tile, garden
bath, breakfast bar & nook, patio,
newly sodded backyard, refrigerator,
washer & dryer convey.
Call Karen Wentz@278-3325
$249,900

256092 Immaculate t..,:r h,..T..-
w/cedar accents nearly ,n.-. )i c.-,,l
carpet, beautiful brick fireplace
w/hearth, Florida room enclosed with
heating & cooling, fenced yard, well-
maintained.
Call Karen Wentz@27-3325
$139,900


256513 Former builder's model
w/great curb appeal, beautiful brick
front w/cedar siding, new roof in
2005, cul-de-sac w/landscaped'yard
& room for a pool, tile entry 16x12
dining w/dental crown moulding &
chair rail, this 3/2 home is a must
see!!
Call Karen Wentz@278-3325
$199,900


256824 Great Investment!! This 2/1
home completely refurbished inside,
new carpet all appliances stay, shady
lot,. and has handicap ramp, vinyl
siding.
Call Bob Collins@278-3324
$77,900

257982 Nestled underthe trees, this
3/2 home offers large bedrooms, for-
mal dining, cooktop island in kitchen
with built in, greatroom, fireplace and
inground pool.
Call Linda Story@278-3337
$249,900




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4701 Hwy. 17 S. Suite. 107I
Orange Park, FL 32003.
- .. 2..69-9707 : .-
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LAWN SERVICE
For Your Total Lawn Care!
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Scheduled Lawn.Care.
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Miscellaneous


BATHTUB REFINISHING ...
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Serving Florida Over 10yrs..
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Your Garage Door Needs
Broken Springs, Panel
Replacements, Openers
Installed & Repaired,
24 Hour Emergency Service,
New Installations
904-705-1738







Condos For Rent

Ravines, 1br/2ba Furnished
Condo,- Luxuriously Up-
graded, Inc W/D & Cable,
Overlooks 18th Green & Black
.Creek $675 904-781-2333

Apartments
For Rent

CLAY SPRINGS APARTMENTS
A GREAT PLACE TO LIVE 1, 2 & 3
BR HC AND NON-HC ACCESSIBLE
.-'T" I.iNT RENTALASSIS-
TANCE MAY BE AVAILABLE. HUD
VOUCHERS ACCEPTED.
CALL 904-284-5159 TDD/TTY 711
101 JOEY DRIVE, GCS, FL.
EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY

O.P. 2Br, 2Ba, Fireplace, Wet
Bar, Vaulted Ceilings
Washer/Dryer Hookup. New
Carpet, Paint, Appliances.
Private Yard, $575 Mo + Dep.
No Pets 800-383-4419

List your Apts.
for Rent.
Call today for info. 5 prices
264-0846 x 138


GOVERNOR SPRINGS
APARTMENTS
"Green Cove Springs"
Now Accepting Applications.
Rent based on income.
2 and 3 Bedrooms
Central Heat & Air
Kitchen Appliances
Carpet
Call 904-284-7751
Monday-Friday I
1s 9:00 a.m. to
'npyg 5:00 p.m.


GREEN COVE SPRINGS'
HIGHLAND APARTMENTS
Now Accepting Applications.
Rent based on Income.
1, 2 and 3 Bedrooms
SCentral Heat & Air
Kitchen Appliances
SCarpet
Call 904-284-7256
Monday-Friday
9:00 a.m. -
5:00 p.m.

SC.LT.034035


Welcome Home to
The Town of Orange Park
NOW ACCEPTING QULIFIEDAPPLICANTS
FOR OUR SECTION 8 PROGRAM.
xP\IlNG LISTS
2br/l bath
3br/l bath
Rent/Security Deposit Based On Income
Amenities Include:
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Facilities Include:
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i'. .II. I t, ':,"l m':" ,,
On-Site Laundry Facility.
Water/sewer, trash, limited basic cable & Mo.
pest control is included in the rent.
For more information, Call! 264-7821
Open:'M-F 8:30am-5:0pm
Closed M-F 12:30p,-l:30pm & Sat & Sun
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Welcome Home to
The Town of Orange Park
NOW ACCEPTING
QUALIFIEDAPPLICANTS
*2 BEDROOM 1 BATH APARTMENT
*Move In Special $100.00 Security Deposit
Amenities Include:

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Community Room, Piaygrounds, Beach
SVolleyball; Tetherball, Basketball, Picnic
Pavilion, Resident Services,
On-Site Laundry Facility.
Income restrictions apply.
Clay County Housing Choice
Vouchers Accepted.
Water/sewer, trash, limited basic cable & Mo.
pest control is included in the rent.
For more information, Cal 264-7821

.. E QUAL HOUSING OPP ORTNI

EQUALHOUSING OPPORTUNITY


PERFECT FOR THE BUILDERS
High, dry property, 21.93 acres inithe country. May be
subdivided for construction per the County and can be
subdivided into as small as 1 acre lots. MLS# 225926
$350,880.



READY FOR THAT
LARGE FAMILY
This 4/2 with over 2,000 sq. ft. is ready for that large fam-
ily. This is perfect on 1.25 acres with fireplace, large
kitchen with loads of cabinets and counter space. Kitchen
also features island. Must see to appreciate.MLS# 247375
$105,000.


HANDYMAN'S SPECIAL
Built in 1994, 2/2 on 2 acres has front deck. Horses wel-
come. MLS# 228813 $54,500.


WHAT A BEAUTY
3/21,404 sqft.on 1+acre, center island work centerin kitchen
with appliances including dish washer and garbage disposal.
Thishome features a splitplanwith garden tub and double van-
ity sinks..Hoie.Warranty. MLS# 238782 $84,605.
MIDDLEBURG
Nice l+acre sloping buildingfor home or mobile home. Close to
.schools and shot ing.Pricedto Sell, LS# 25994 $20,000.


APartmRents
For Rent


ST. JOHNS--
APARTMENTS
ORANGE PARK.
Now Accepting Applications for
1.& 2 Bedroom Apartments. Kitchen
equipped, CH & A, Wall-to-Wall Carpet.
For more information call:
ID [8001 955-8770
041'272-1448
Mondayiday 10am-S5pm
Equal Hoesing Opportunity .


$200 Off 1st Month
The Seasons, Studio, Upper
& Lower, All New, W/D,
$550/Mo. TDO Management


TIMESHARE RESALES The
most effectiveway to Buy,
SSell, or Rent a Timeshare
fast Call now toll free. 1-800-
715-4693 ext 700 www.condo-
trader.com -cpf

Mobi e Homes
For Sale

Trailer for Sale in Trailer Park
3br/1lba $700/dwn + $250/mo
+ Lot Rent. Owner Will Fi-
nance 904-276-1856

(2) 1973 Singlewide Mobile
Homes, Needs a Little Work!
$1000/EA OBO..U Move
904-282-2267


904-246-1125 MobleHomes

SWith Land For Sle

'02 4br/2ba, Doublewide, 1
3br/lba, Hardwood Floor, Acre, Large Formal Living
Extra Clean, Lg Laundry Room, Separate Great Room,
Room, Fenced Yard, Carport, Wood Burning Fireplace,
Quiet Area, 3151 Dothan Rd Walk in Closet& Garden Tub
$795/mo + $600/dep in Master Bedroom, Plant
904-284-1500 -. Shelves & Vaulted Ceilings,
Zoned for Horses, 2 Horse
Sobe Pole Barn w/Separate
Mobile Homes Fenced Area. $159;900
IFor Rent SandyW@ Watson Realty.
904-707-8222
Eagle Harbor, Large Dou-
blewide, Like New, Private Out Of
Lot, 3br/3ba, Washer & Dryer, .Areatate
Fire Place, Monthly Bug
Service, All Elec, No Pets
$900/mo +Dep 264-6020 AFREE BROCHURE At West-


G.C.S 2br/lba, New Paint;
Carpet. Kitchen, .Front Deck,
Quiet Area, Close to Schools.
713 Alvin St $550/imo0 -
$400'dep 904-284-1500

1 Singlewide, 2br/2ba, No
Pets, on Fenced Private Lot
Washer.Dryer $700'mo +
$850,dep 904-282-936-1

2br/lba, CH/S, Clean, Shed,
NO PETS. $525'mo i- dep
904.-783-4861 cpf







For Salewm

FSBO G.C.S 3br/2ba, 2 Car..
Garage, 10x20 Screened
Porch, Over 1400 Sq. Ft.,
S$162,500 904-529-7982

WANTED: 20 HOMES To Show
Off Our New Lifetime Exterior
Paint. Call Nowto See if Your
Home Qualifies 1-800-518-
5532, (Lic #CBC1O0l11) cpf


CONMMEKCIAL
This is the perfect location for a professional building or
warehouse. County Road. Very busy area and growing
fast. MLS# 258876 $85,000.

PERFECT LITTLE STARTER HOME IN THE
COUNTRYDOUBLE WIDE MOBILE HOME
3/2 1991 model-fenced front and rear with front deck. Eat
in kitchen inside laundry-tile floors, new carpet and paint-
walk in closet in master. Roman tub in master bath, vani-
ty, sep shower stall. Thermal windows, new blinds. Chair
rails in living room. MLS# 258151 $69,900.

IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR
PRIVACY THEN HERE IT IS
Buit in 1997 3/2 plus game room and Florida room, a total of
2, 014 q. ft. heated and cooled'on 2 acres. Totalof six ceiling
fans-all bedrooms have walk in closets. Master has garden tub
with sep. shower stall-double vanity sinks. Large shed will
convey-concrete driveway-ceramic tile floors in foyer and
kitchen area. Kitchen has large pantry, smooth top range, self
cleaning oven with above range microwave, refrigerator with
icemaker, window treatments and so much more. WON'T
LAST LONG.. MLS#255986 $239,900.

Waterfront 4.40 Acres $67,000
Waterfront 3.34 Acres $55,000
- Paved Road 2.10 Acres $47,000


ern Carolina Real Estate, we
offer the best mountain proper-
ties in North Carolina. Homes'
and Land Available. Call 1-800-
924-2635
WesternCarolinaRE.com cpf

AAH! COOL MOUNTAIN
BREEZES Murphy, North Car-
olina Affordable Homes &,
Mountain Cabins- Land, River,
Mountains, Streams Call -for
Free Brochure 1-877-837-2288"
Exit Realty Mountain View
Properties
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ANGELO BUYS HOUSES
Cash any condition. Handy-
man, fire damaged, distressed,
vacant or occupied. Anywhere
in FL! Apts / Comm., residen-
tial. No deal too big or small.:
Quick closing. 1-800-SELL-
181 or 1-954-816-4363 cpf

BANK FORECLOSURES!
Homes from $10,0001 1-3 bed-
room available! HUD, Repos,
REO, etc. These homes must
sell! For listings Call 1-800-
S725-0175 ext H323 cpf


AreafState

Beautiful Western NC Call for a
Free Brochure 1-800-841-5868
on Homes, Acreage & Invest-
ment properties.. Cherokee
Mountain Realty. 1285 West US
Hwy 64 Murphy, NC 28906
www.cherokeemountainrealty.co
m cpf

BEAUTIFUL WESTERN N.C.
MOUNTAINS Free Information &
Color Brochure. Mountain Prop-
erties. Spectacular Views, Cab-
-ins, Homes, Creeks &
Investment Acreage. Appalachi-
an Land Co. 1-800-213-7919
Murphy, NC's Largest RE Firm
www.appalachianland.com cpf

Break Out Of the City Lake-
front Home Waters Lake
Gilchrist County. 3/2 home,
4.8 acres. Ready to move in.
$256,000 MLS# 748626
Thompson Group, Broker
Carri-Anne Powell, Realtor
3524222-9590
ttgcarri@aol.com cpf

CITRUS SPRINGS 1/4 Acre
Builders Lots from $23,000.
Silver Springs Shores 1/4 Acre
Builders Lots from $21,000.
Ask for Dean at 954-471-7248
or Dave at 954-328-1010 cpf

Come To The Beautiful Moun-
tains of Murphy, N.C. Free
Brochure Investors Realty 1-
800-497-3334 Email: in-
vestorsrlt@brmemc.net New
Log Cabins w/land From
$129,000. 1 Acre View Lots
W/all Utilities From $27,900 Va-
cation Rentals www.investorsre- -
altyinc.com cpf

"DISNEY CLOSEOUT SALE..
. Book Now!ll" 3 Days. 2 Nights.
2-Tickets as low as $119.00 Kids
Stay Free! Shuttle and Break-
fast. 1-800-749-4045 ext. 757.
www.Trip20rlandoUSA.com
cpf

EASTTENNESSEE! Farms, Va-
cation Homes & Home Sites.
Restricted & Non Restricted
Properties. Bank & Owner Fi-
nancing. B&B Realtors Ron
Mann 877-921-0810 or 865-567-
5780 www.ronaldmann.com cpf

FORECLOSED HOMES $0 or
Low Down HUD, VA, FHA. No
Credit OK! For Listings, 1-800-
501-1777 Ext. 1618 cpf

FORECLOSURES FROM
$199/MONTH. 4% down, 30
years @ 5.5% APR. Stop Rent-
ingl For Listings Call 1-800-749-
8124, Ext. 5762 cpf


To inquire about placing an ad
in this section, call 269-2999.



CARS FOR SALE Now Hiring for 2005
Postal Positions
$500 Police Impounds,Cars from $17.50 $59.00+/hr. Full Benefits/Paid
$5001 Tax Repos, US Marshall Sales. Training and Vacations No Experience
Cars, Trucks, SUV's, Toyotas, Hondas, Necessary
Chevy's and more. For Listings Call 1- 1-800-584-1775 Reference # 4200
800-819-9515 ext.0311
DELIVERY MAIL POSITIONS
$5001 POLICE IMPOUNDSI Hondas, Ear $12-48 per hour/No
Chevys, Jeeps, Toyotas, Nissans and Experience Full Benefits / Paid
morel CarsTn u cks/SUVs from $500. Training Now Hiring Call Now Toll
For Listings and Information call 1-888- Fee 1-866-409-2663 ext. 08
478-7465 ext C055 F
EMPLMNT HOME RENTALS
$0 DOWN HOMES NO RENT NO
SERVICES CREDIT OKI GOVERNMENT FORE-
ANNOUNCEMEPMNT" CLOSED HOMES! Low/SO Down Call
Hiring Fo s ios C.R.N. Nowl 1-800-236-0251 X8927
Hiring For 2005 Postal Positionsll
$17.50-$59.00+/Hour. Full Benefits.
Paid training & Vacations. No experi- HOMES FOR SALE
ence necessary. Green Card OKI GOV'T FORECLOSED HOMES $0 or
1-866-714-8894 ext.900 low down Tax repos and bankruptcies!
HUD, VA, FHA. Low or no down No
HELP WANTED credit OKI For Listings. 1-800-291-
5774 X8577
Government Jobs-$12-$48/hr Paid 5774X8577
Training, Full Benefits. Callfor informa- BANK FORECLOSURESI Homes
tion on current hiring positions in from $100001 1-3 bedroom avallablel
Homeland -Security, Wildlife, Clerical, HUD, Repos, REO, etc These homes
and professional must sell For ListingsCall 1-800-920-
1-800-320-9353 2100 9515 ext. H311
95 5 x r '


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CLAY TODAY CLASSIFIEDS 904-269-2999 FAX# 904-215-2456


Section B-19


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ArealState ~ ,vI.ebt -


Gated Waterfront Community
Grand Opening Sale Phase II
Starting low as $46,900 (Phase
I Sold Out in only 3 weeks)
Heart of the Smokey Moun-
tains in Tennessee No Closing
Costs* Buy direct from the de-
veloper & Save Thousands 1-
800-559-3095 ext 135
www.rivercrestllc.com *Some
restrictions apply cpf-

GEORGIA MACON/SCHLEY
157 AC $1,957/AC. Private tim-
ber/hunting tract w/big oaks &
merchantable pine. 404-362-.
8244 St. Regis Paper Company,
LLC cpf

GEORGIA UPSON COUNTY
71 AC $1,995/AC Paved Co.
Road, Planted Pines, Big Deer
County! 404-362-8244 St. Regis
Paper Co., LLC cpf

GOV'T FORECLOSED HOMES!
$0 low down! Tax repos and
bankruptcies! HUD, VA, FHA.
Low or no down! No credit
OK! For Listings, 1-800-501-
1777 Ext. 8579 cpf

GOV'T HOMES! $0 Down!
Bank Repos & Foreclosures!
No Credit OK! $0/Low Down!
Call For Listings! 1-800-987-
6647 Ext. 8682- cpf

GOV'T HOMES! $0 Down! Tax
Repos & Foreclosures! No
Credit OK! $0/Low Down! Call
For Listings! 1-800-987-6647
Ext. 8684 cpf

HOMES FROM $7,000! Fore-
closures! HUDS! 1-3 Bed-
rooms Available For Listings
Call 1-800-749-8124, Ext. 5577
cpf

HOT SPRINGS VILLAGE
ARKANSAS World's Largest
Gated Community.. 8 Champi-
onship Golf Courses 1,743
Builders Lots in Fastest Sell-
ing Areas. Starting from
$7, $11,000 954-319-7954 cpf

HUNDREDS OF LOTS Port St.
Lucie, Indian Lakes, Vero, North
Port Charlotte,: Ocala & Palm
Bay Prima Properties 561-575-
1440 Check our web site for
prices, sizes & maps. prima-
properties.com cpf

KENTUCKY Beautiful wooded
tracts! Incredible views, lakes,
&_creeks. 2 acres $500 down,
$154/mo. 5 acres $600 down,
$215/mo. 10 acres $1,000
down $325/mo. Selling Fast!
270-791-7725 www.YourLand-
King.com cpf

LAKE WALES -55+ MANUFAC-
TURED Home Community Or-
ange Acres Ranch localed in the
Heart of Florida Clubhouse,
pool, hottub, many activities.
New & Used Homes. Bruce 863-
537-1625
www.OrangeAcres.com Email
C589@Clayton.net cpf

MID TENN MTS 5+ Acres, Atop
the Cumberland Plateau. Per--
fect Cabin Site, w/breathtak-
ing views in the Heart of a
Beautiful Forest Area. Excel-
lent Get-A-Way. Nice-N-Quiet
w/River Access, $19,900
Owner Financing. 772-263-
3776 cpf

MURPHY, NC: 2BR/2BAChalets
starting at $139,900, also
2BR/2BA Single level log sided
starting at $133,000. Pre-Con-
struction now taking reserva-
tions. Century 21 (Foxfire Realty
Group), 1-877-387-6677,
www.C21Foxfire.com cpf

NC MOUNTAIN LAND: 2 Devel-
opment Potential Tracts: 31
Rolling Acres, Paved Road
Frontage, Views,-$529,900; 43.6
Wooded Acres, Long Range
Views $610,400. Exit Blue Ridge
Mtn Realty, 1-800-533-3721 Ext
.224. cpf "


NC MOUNTAINS Extraordinary
home sites from $74,900 in
Gated, Golf, Lake, Resort in
Western NC. Only 2 Hours
from Atlanta! Pre-construction
pricing in new Phase. Limited
availability. Toll Free 1-866-
997-0700 www.RidgesLife.com
cpf

NC MOUNTAINS New Log
cabin shell on secluded setting
w/ incredible view! $89,900.
Acreage available w/50 mile
views starting at $29,900. Excel-
lent Financing. Free Info Avail-
able. 1-828-256-1004 cpf

NO. CAROLINA MOUNTAINS
New Log Cabin, Custom Built
1250 Sq.Ft. Cabin $78,900.
Beautiful Mountain Views. 3
Decks, minutes to Lake Lure
828-286-1666 ... Owner/Broker
* cpf

NO RENT! $0 Down! No Credit
OK! Government Foreclosed
Homes! $0/Low Down! Call For
Listings! 1-800-987-6647 Ext.
8681 cpf

NORTH CAROLINA MOUN-
TAINS Land & Homes. Lake


views mountain views What's
your dream? We can help.
www.NorthCarolinaMountainRe-
alty.com Call 1-800-293-1998 for
Free Local Map. cpf

NORTH FLORIDA LAKE CITY -
44 Acres Zoned Commercial
on Hwy 441 $45,000/Ac. 5-1
Acres Private sub-division
$110,000. 5-Acres w/Mobile
Home $130,000. Circle R Land
Company. 386-623-1837 or
386-752-2103 cpf

SELL YOUR PROPERTY For
Market Value in'10 days. Any
Type Any Condition Any
Area. 772-332-7393 cpf

SOUTHERN VIRGINIA -
$150,000, 3BR/1BA on 12
acres. Taxes $500, horses ok.
Farm #4170, United Country
Davenport Realty 888-333-3972
www.Davenport-realty.com
When You Get a Hurricane, We
Get a Little Rain! cpf

TENNESSEE LAKE ACCESS
HOMESITES New Community,
Lake Chickamauga. 1+ acre
water view & privacy home-
sites from the $30s. Commu-
nity amenities, private boat
slips (availability limited). Call
Today 1-888-575-5263 x20 cpf


TENNESSEE, MONTEAGLE-
SEWANEE, Beautiful Mountain
Properties. 600+ Acres; Tracts, 5
Acres & up. 4 miles from 1-24.
Gated & secluded! Gorgeous
bluff & creek. Wooded lots.'
Near schools & University.
George, Timberwood Develop-
ment Co., 423-949-6887
www.timber-wood.com cpf

"TENNESSEE MOUNTAIN &
LAKE PROPERTY** 8-10/Acre
Tracts. 12/acre Lake, Deed Re-
stricted, City Water, 1500ft.
road, Gated entrance, Starting
$5,000/acre. 352-425-8740/
352-812-2431 /
www.ampub.com/springlake in
Altamonte, Tn. on Cumberland
Plateau. cpf

TENNESSEE 1116 Acre +/-,
Beautiful development property.
Water, electric, year around
creek, and Brealhlaking views
$2,100,000. 931-946-5263 cpf

TIME SHARE RESALES Save
60%-80% Off Retail!! Best Re-
sorts & Seasons Call for Free
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Out Of List your
Area/State- Property
for Sale!
TIMESHARE RESALES Sell
today for Cash! No commis- CALL 269-2999


sions or broker fees. Don't
delay Go to www.sellatime-
share.com or Call 1-800-640-
6886. :cpf

WE NEED.LAND! Lots,
acreage, zoned, and unzoned
land. Cash out today or build
long term income. You
choose! Call us todayll! 1-
800-735-5181; 954-448-5154
Angelo; 954-816-4363 Gene.
Call us anytime. cpf


WEST KENTUCKY 300 acres,
beautiful rolling hills, breath-
taking views. 2 lakes for fish-
ing, barns,,timber, pasture and
farmground. Excellent deer/
turkey hunting $595,000. Also
2,000 acre farm, may divide
270-556-3576 cpf

$0 DOWN HOMES Gov't &
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, CASE NO: DP-2004-
156, DIV. A
IN THE INTEREST OF:
J.M. (Child's initial only)
A CHILD
SUMMONS AND NOTICE FACTION BY
PUBLICATION
THE STATE OF FLORIDA
TO: Pamela Schwartz, Mother
Whereabouts Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Pe-
tition has been filed in the above-styled
Court by the FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF
CHILDREN AND FAMILIES for termiination
of parental rights and permanent commit-
ment for subsequent adoptionof the above
named child who was born on 9/18/04, at
Clay County, Florida. You are hereby com-.
manded to appear before the Honorable
William A. Wilkes, at the Clay County Cour-
thouse, Courtroom 4, Third Floor, 825 N. Or-
ange Ave., Green Cove Springs, Florida at
the hour of 9:00 a.m. o'clock on September
21, 2005 A.D. You must appear at the hear-
ing on the date and time specified.
FAILURE TO PERSONALLY APPEAR AT
THIS ADVISORY HEARING CONSTI-
TUTES CONSENT TO THE TERMINATION
OF PARENTAL RIGHTS TO THIS CHILD. IF
YOU FAILTO APPEAR ON THE DATE AND
TIME SPECIFIED YOU MAY LOSE ALL
LEGAL RIGHTS TO THE CHILD NAMED IN
THE PETITION ATTACHED TO THIS NO-
TICE.
Individuals with disabilities needing a rea-
sonable accommodation to participate in this
proceeding should-contact Margaret Jones,
as soon as possible telephone, (904) 529-
4789; or if hearing impaired, 1-800-955-8771
(TDD) or 1-800-955-8770 (V) Florida Relay
Service.
- WITNESS my hand as clerk of said Court
and the Seal thereof, this 12th day of August,
2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of said Court,
by: Mary Shannon, deputy clerk.
Carol H. Yearwood, Esquire
Florida Bar No: 362247
ASSISTANT GENERAL COUNSEL
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN
AND FAMILIES
1726 KingsleyAve., Ste. 2
Orange Park FL32073 -
(9041) 2A-5644
legal no. 7335 published August 18, 25,
and September 1, and 8, 2005 in Clay
County's Clay Today newspaper; -


RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF U.S. HIGHWAY -
NUMBER 17; THENCE NORTH ALONG.
THE EAST LINE OF U.S. HIGHWAY NUM-
BER 17,351.36 FEET TO A POINT IN THE
NORTH LINE OF THE SOUTHWEST.
QUARTER OF THE SOUTHWEST QUAR-
TER OF SECTION 25; THENCE NORTH 89
DEGREES 59 MINUTES 17 SECONDS
EAST, 1,217.61 FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING.
more commonly known as 6173 SOUTH
HIGHWAY 17, RT. 1, GREEN COVE.
SPRINGS, FL. 32043.
This'action has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of your writ-
ten defense, if any, upon SHAPIRO & FISH-
MAN, Attorneys for Plaintiff, whose address
is Woodland Corporate Center, 4505 Wood-
land Corp. Blvd., Suite 100, Tampa, FL
33614, within thirty (30),days after the first
publication of this notice and file the original
with the Clerk of'this Court either before
-service on Plaintiff's attorney or immediate-
ly thereafter; otherwise a default will be en-
tered against you for the relief demanded in
the Complaint.
WITNESS my handand seal of this Court
on the 22nd day of August, 2005.'
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Circuit and County
Courts, by: Ann L. Garrison, deputy clerk.
00-46783T
legal no. 7375 published September 1 and-
8, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 4TH JU-
DICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, CIVIL DIVISION,
CASE NO: 10-2005-CA-569
DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL TRUST
COMPANY, AS TRUSTEE OF ARGENT
MORTGAGE SECURITIES, INC; ASSET-
BACKED PASS THROUGH CERTIFICATES
SERIES 2004-W11, UNDER THE POOLING
AND SERVICING AGREEMENT DATED AS
OF OCTOBER 1, 2004, WITHOUT RE-
COURSE, Plaintiff
vs.
CARL ALLEN RIX A/K/A CARL ALLEN RIX,
JR., et al., Defendants
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a
Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated the
22nd day of August, 2005, and entered in*
Case No. 10-2005-CA-569, of the Circuit
Court of the 4th Judicial Circuit in and for
Clay County, Florida, wherein DEUTSCHE
BANK NATIONAL TRUST COMPANY, AS
TRUSTEE OF ARGENT MORTGAGE SE-
CURITIES INC. ASSET-BACKED PASS
THROUGH CERTIFICATES SERIES 2004-
W1l, UNDER THE POOLING AND SER-
VICING AGREEMENT DATED AS .OF
OCTOBER 1,2004, WITHOUT RECOURSE
is the Plaintiff and CARL ALLEN RIX A K'A
CARL ALLENI RIX JR.. urJKjOWrNJ
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CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR CLAY AS UNrKNOWN TErNANIT(Si IN POSSES.
S. COUNTY, CASE NO: 05-CA-235, DIV. E SI011 OF THE SUBJECT PROPERT'r are 1
..NWASHIINGTOII MUTUAL BAJiK. FA SLIC- deiendanl.. I milt sell Itj Tre ignei3 asnd Desi
CESSOR IN IrITERESTTO WASHINjGTON b.aler Ior .:ah ai inre Ir.-.r, sieps ol Ine Clay
MUTUAL HOME LOANS INC. SLICCES. v o ujrv Counrouse at Ire Cl.ai Cournt Cour-
- SOR BY MERGER TO FLEET MORTGAGE- rouse. in Green Cove Springs, Ficor.ia AT
CORP F.KiA FLEET REAL ESTATE FUND- 10:00 A.M. ON THE 22ND DAY OF SEP-
ING CORP., Plaintni .TEMBER. 2005. Ire .',llowing described
vs. property as sei lonrin n said Final Judlqmenl
MARIE C. LAMBERT et al., Defendant(s) 1t wt I
NOTICE FACTION LOT 12 BLOCK 18 BELLAIR. UNIT 5, AC-
FORECLOSURE PROCEEDINGS-PROP- CORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF
ERTY RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 7, PAGES 62
to: MARIE C. LAMBERT; UNKNOWN PAR- AND 63, OF THE PUBLIC-RECORDS OF,
TIES IN POSSESSION #1; UNKNOWN CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA.
PARTIES IN POSSESSION #2; WHOSE In accordance wilh he Amerc ans wilh D;Cs-
RESIDENCE IS: 6173 SOUTH HIGHWAY ailitl.es AA ol 1990 lADA), disabled persons
17 RT. 1, GREEN. COVE SPRINGS, FL. wno because ol Ihetf opiabilhes need spe-
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If living; including any unknown spouse of ceedong rioula contact I Ihe ADA Coordinator
said Defendant(s) if any have remarried and at 825 N. Orange Avenue,. Green Cove
if any or all of said Defendant(s) are dead, Springs, FL 32043 or telephone Voice/TDD.
their respective unknown heirs, devisees, (904) 630-2564 not later than five business
grantees, assignees, creditors, lienors, and days prior to such proceeding.
trustees, and all other persons claiming by, Dated this 22nd: day of August. 2005.
through, under or against the named Defen- (SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Circuit
dant(s); and the aforementioned named De- Court, by: Brenda Bennett, deputy-clerk. E
fendants(s) and such ofthe aforementioned law offices of Marshall C. Watson
unknown Defendants as may be infants, in- 1800 NW 49th Street, Suite 120
competents or otherwise.not sui juris. Fort Lauderdale, -Florida 33309
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an ac- (954) 453-0365
tion has been commenced to foreclose a 05-03133-
mortgage on the following real property, lying legal no. 7376 published September 1 and
and being and situated in Clay County, Fori-, 8, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
da, more particularly described as follows: newspaper.
THE NORTH HALF OF THE SOUTH-
WEST QUARTER OF SECTION 25, TOWN-
SHIP 7- SOUTH, RANGE 26 EAST, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE-4THIJU-
EXCEPTING TO THEREFROM THAT PART DICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY
DESCRIBED IN DEED BOOK 28, PAGE COUNTY, FLORIDA. CIVIL DIVISION.
462, PUBLIC RECORDS OF CLAY COUN- CASE NO: 10-2005-CA-775 DIV E
TY, FLORIDA, FURTHER EXCEPTING Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems,
THAT PORTION DESCRIBED IN OFFICIAL Inc., as nominee for Homecomings Financial
RECORDS BOOK 229, PAGE 439, AND Network, Inc.,
Plaintiff,
DEED BOOK 28, PAGE 462, PUBLIC vs.
RECORDS OF CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA, THOMAS H. PETERSON, et al,
BEING MORE PARTICULARLY DE- Defendants
SCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: FOR A POINT OF NOTICE OF ACTION
BEGINNING COMMENCE ATTHE NORTH- To: THOMAS H. PETERSON
EAST CORNER OF THE SOUTHWEST LKA2895TuscaroraTrail,
QUARTER OF THE SOUTHWEST QUAR- Middleburg, FL32068
TER OF SECTION 25 AND RUN THENCE (Residence Unknown)
SOUTH 00 DEGREES 03 MINUTES 25 UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF THOMAS H. PE-,
SECONDS EAST 243 815 FEETTO AN TERSON
IRON; THENCE SOUTH 89 DEGREES 57 (Residence Unknown)
MINUTES 59.5 SECONDS WEST, 210 YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action of
FEET TO AN IRON; THENCE SOUTH 00- Foreclosure of Mortgage on the following de-
DEGREES 03 MINUTES 25 SECONDS scribed property:
EAST-420 FEET TO AN IRON; THENCE LOT 245, RIDAUGHT LANDING UNIT 3,
SOUTH 89 DEGREES 57 MINUTES 59.5 ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF,
SECONDS WEST 282.195 FEET TO AN RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 25, PAGE 27,
IRON; THENCE NORTH 00'DEGREES o0 OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF CLAY
MINUTES 55-SECONDS WEST, 314 FEET COUNTY, FLORIDA.
TO AN IRON; THENCE SOUTH 89 DE- has been filed against you and you are re-
GREES 57 MINUTES 59.5 SECONDS quired to serve a copy of your written de-
yES, 05.6 FEET TO E EASRLY fenses, if any, to it, on Marshall C. Watson,
VEST, 705.46 FEET TO THE EASTERLY


N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY.
COUNTY, FLORIDA CASE NO 2005-1756-
)R, DIV. E
.ISA ELLIOTT Wife/Petitioner,
md
'RANK ELLIOTT, Husband/Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
TO: FRANK ANTHONY ELLIOTT
address' unknown)
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a notice of-ac-
ion has been filed against you and that you
re required-to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to it on LISA ELLIOTT, c/o
TODD W. HENRY, ESQUIRE, 1555 Kings-
ey Avenue, Suite 405, Orange Park, Florida
12073 on or before September 26, 2005 and
ile the original with the clerk of this Court at:
1478 Park Avenue, Orange Park Florica
12073 before service on Petitioner or im-
redialely thereafter. If you fail to do so, a de-
ault may be entered against you for the
eliel asmanded in the petition. -
Copies, i all Coun rJo,:umeris ir Ihis case,
including orders. are available 31 In Cleri or
he Circuit Coun a office. You may review
hese documents upon request.
You must keep ihe Cleri; of the Circuit
Count orlici not.ted o your current ad-
iress. (You may file Notice of Current Ad-
dress,, Florida Supreme Court Approved
Family LawFForm 12.915.) Future papers in
his lawsuit will be mailed to the address on
eciord al Ine clei.:' office
WARNINrG Rule 12.285 Florida Family.
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oma.li: rSiclC:sure oi dlo ur rien s and infc.--.
manor,i Failure I cr.romrply can resull ri
sanciion i. ,ncludirg ald mil:al or siriling of
pleading.
Daied. Augujst25. 52005.
SEAL AMES B .ETT Cie ol Ir.e Circuit
Court, Dy: Wendr Rodrclguez. iaputv clerk
egal no. 7378 published September 1. 8,
15 and 22. 2005 in-Clay County's Clay
Today newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT INr AIND FOR CLAY(
COUNTY, FLORIDA, CASE NO. 05-DR-913,
DIV. E
WILLIAM NtEAL KITCHEN Husbarna
and
AMBER T.L KITCHEN, Wile
NOTICE FACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
TO. AMBER T.L. KITCHEN"
3030 Wesl Sam Housic.n Parkway South,
#365, Houston, Texas 77042
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a notice of ac'
tion nas been illed a3ga.ns you and that you
are re-uired to secrrv a copy of your written
defenses, I any, to it on WILLIAM N.
KITCHEN. whose address is 1710 Wells
Road, #435, Orange Park, Florida 32073 on
or before October 12, 2005 and file the orig-
inal with the clerk of this Court at: Room 105,
825 N. Orange Ave., Green Cove Springs,
FL. 32043, before service on Petitioner or
immediately thereafter. If you fail to do so, a
default may be entered against you for the
relief demanded in the petition.
Copies of all court documents in this case,
including orders, are available al ihe CleIk of


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR CLAY
COUNTY FLORIDA, PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE: -
ESTATE OF ERIC STEVEN LOEW
Deceased
File No. 05-CR 236
Division E
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of Eric
Steven Loew, deceased, whose date of
death was June 29, 2005, is pending in the
Circuit Court for Clay County, Florida, Pro-
bate Division, the address of which is 825 N.
Orange Street, Green Cove Springs, FL. The
.names and addresses of the personal rep-
resenialive and tre personal represenla-
'tve's anorney are set 1orlr below.
All creditors 01 ihe decedent ard eitherr
persons having claim or demands against
decedent's estate on whom a copy of this
nolice i5 required Ir be served musI Ill Inreir
claims wlh ir., cou.n WITHIN THE LATER
OF 3 IMOrTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATIOII OF THIS NOTICE OR
30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE
OFA COPY.OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All oircr cr;eilors .I mne decedeni and
other persons having :iairija r demands
against ,di:.edi"r.i eslare music file their
claims aIlh ints court WITHIN 3 MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLI-
CATION OF THIS IrOTICE
ALL CLAIMS HOT FILED WITHIN THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN SECTION_
733.702 OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE
CODE WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
r NOTWITHSTANDING THETIME PERI-
ODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM
FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER
THE DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS
BARRED.. .
The date of the first publication of this.
notice is September 1, 2005.
Attorney for Personal Representative:
John F. Tolson, Jr.
Attorney for Richard E. Loew
Florida Bar No: 158761
462 Kingsley Avenue, Suite 101
Orange Park, Florida 32073
Telephone: (904) 269-0050
SPersonal Representative:
Richard E. Loew
3044 Wimbledon Terrace.
Palm City, Florida 34990
Legal No. 7384 published Sept. 1 and
Sept. 8, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


P.A., Attorney for Plaintiff, whose address is
1800 NW 49th Street, Suite 120. Ft. Laud-
erdale, FL 33309 nm inin rrt li30) ,a5a aaher
the first publication of this Notice in the Clay-
County and file the original with the Clerk of
this Court either before service on Plaintiff's
attorney or immediately thereafter; otherwise
a default will be entered against you for the
relief demanded in the complaint.
In accordance with nr, Amrenr.ar.; WNIr
D,.at.iiei Aci l ,I 1990 i i4DAI. di. abiEd per-
ionrs 'r,. becau.'e ,1 In,rr d,1.at.ilies e rneed
-.pe,':3al 3iccommRirodal Ion 1% par i.p i ir. inii
proceeding should contact the ADA Coordi-
nator at 825 N. ORANGE AVENUE, GREEN
COVE SPRINGS, FL 32043, or Telephone
Voicee/DD (904) 630-2563 not later Ihar, le
business days prior 1o such pi.:.ceedlng.
WITNESS my hand and the ;eal o0 this.
Court this 24th day of August, 2005.
(seal) James B. Jett as Clerk of the Court
ty Ann Garsor as DepuJy Clerk
Legal No. 7377 published Sept. 1 and
Sept. 8.2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


the Circuit Court's office. You may review
these documents upon request.
You must keep the Clerk of the Circuit-
Court's office notified of your current ad-
dress. (You. may file Notice of Current Ad-
dress, Florida Supreme Court Approved
'Family Law Form 12.915 i FutureI papers in.
this lawsuit will be mailed to the address on
SF6Coi,3 a1 ihh clerP,'S office.
WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida Family.
Law Rules of Procedure, requires certain au-
tomatic disclosure of documents and infor-
mation. Failure to comply can result in
sanctions, including dismissal or singing or,
pleadings.
Dated: 24th day of August, 200.5.
.(SEAL) JAiyES B. JETT, Clerk of the Circuit;
Court, by- Brenoa Bennen lepury cirl.e
legal no. 7379 published September 1. 8,
15 and 22, 2005 in Clay County's Clay
Today newspaper.


NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
Capital Self Storage 501, wishing to avail
itself of the provisions of applicable laws of
This State Civil Code Sections 83.801 -
83.809, hereby gives norice of-sale under
said law, to wit:
On 9/21/05 at Capitol Self Storage #501,
3585 Highway 17, Orange Park, FL 32003,
(904) 215-2125,-at 10:00 a.m. of that day,
Capital Self Storage will conduct a public
sale to the highest-bidder, for cash, of prop-
erry conia;nre in ihe following Unit(s):
Michele Kosan, Unit A032, Household
Michael G Kohn, Unit A058, Household
Amanda Brown, Unit E291, Household
Alyssa Strangis,E354, Household
Owner reserves the right to bid and re-
fuse or reject any and all bids. The sale is
being made to satisfy and owner's lien. The
public is invited to attend.
Legal No. 7383 published Sept. 1 and
Sept. 8, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


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NOTICE OF SALE
TENANT NAME/'UNIT NUMBER
AMIE LOWRY D-48
RHONDANEELY D-50
- 'VOIIIIA TOTH H-23
CHRISTINJE SPENCER J-2
ARTIE SAPP J-38
In .accrdarnc with state statutes 83'806 to
83 807 Ihe above unris waIl tIe olld ir dis-
posea 0 orn Thursday. September 15in,
2005 ai 10 00 a m. i:. salary I.en ior pai due
renl. lale lees anrd peralies All unds contl.n
items used in or around the home or busi-
ness. All goods are sold "As Is", Terms of
sale are CASH ONLY! Seller reserves the
right ,l 10 withdraw any ilem from the sale for
any reason.
SThe Best Little Storehouse in Clay
996 Blanding. Blvd. '
Orange Park, FL 32065
(904) 272-9622.
legal no. 7385 published September 1 and
8,2005 in Clay Countys Clay Today news-
paper.


PUBLIC SALE
In accordance warn Ine proisions ':of State
Law. iriEre being due and unpaid narges for-
*hich Ihe undersigned as ennille 10 salisry
an owner's lien o0 me goods nereiantler de-
scribed and oscred ai Uncle Bob's Self-Stor-
age locale at. Slore H67, 918 Blanding
Blvd., Orange Park, FL. 32065 (904) 272-
3705 and, due notice having been given, to
the owner of said-property and all parties
known to claim an interest therein, and the
-time specified in such notice for payment of
such having expired, the goods will be sold
at public auction at the above state address
to the highest bidder or otherwise disposed
of on Monday; September 19,2005 at 1:00
p.m.
FAISAL SALMAJ. household goods. furni-
ture, boxes. appliances
ELIZABETH AIKEN. household goods lur.
niiure. boxes appliances
JAMES FINN, housenola goods, boxes,
spooning goods iools, appliances. tv's o -r'
stereo equip office equip., office machines. '
consiruclion equip
AMANDA WARD, household goods, furni-
ture, boxes, appliances, tv's or stereo equip.
:AUCTIONEER: JERRY DUNCAN, Florida
icnse# AU527
legal no. 7386 Published September 1
and 8, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, CASE NO:04-2084-
DR, DIV. E
OMAR E. ORTIZ, Husband
: and : + ; '"
JENNIFER G. ORTIZ, Wife
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OFjMARRIAGE
TO: JENNIFER G. ORTIZ
3026 Ravine Pointe Dr.
Columbu. Ohio -43231
YOU ARE HOTIFIED that a notice of ac-
.on nas been lled against you and that you
are required 10o serve a copy of your writtenri
defenses, if any, to.it on OMAR E. ORTIZ,
3641 Double Branch Lane, Orange Park,
SFlorida, 32073 on or before October 3, 2005
and file the original with the clerk of this
Court at: Room 105, 825 N. Orange Ave.,
Green Cove. Springs, FL. 32043, before
service on Petitioner or immediately there-
after. If you fail to do so, a default may be en-
tered against you for the relief demanded in
the petition.
Copies of all court documents in this case,
including orders, are available at the Clerk of
the Circuit Court's office. You may review
these documents.upon request.
You .must keep the Clerk of the Circuit
Court's office notified of your current ad-
dress..(You may file Notice of Current Ad-
dress, Florida Supreme Cojrt Approved
Family Law Form 12.915.) Future papers in
this lawsuit will be mailed to the address on
record at the clerk's office.
WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida Family.
Law Rules of Procedure, requires certain au-
tomatic disclosure of documents and infor-
mation. Failure to comply can result in
sanctions, including dismissal or striking of


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pleadings.
Dated: August 29,2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Circuit
Court, by: Wendy G. Rodriguez, deputy.
clerk.
legal no. 7392 published September 1, 8,
15, and 22, 2005 in Clay County's Clay
Today newspaper.


STATE ATTORNEY NO: 05CA 069582
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, Case No. 05-CA-615,
Div. CV-A
IN RE: FORFEITURE OF THE FOLLOW-
ING DESCRIBED PROPERTY:
$21,600.00 U.S. Currency
2001 Chevrolet Truck VIN#
2GCEC19V511226235
Rick Beseler, as Sheriff of Clay County
vs.
Joshua R. Eastwood
Marie M. Griffin
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE COMPLAINT
to: ALL PERSONS CLAIMING A SECURITY
OR OTHER INTEREST IN THE ABOVE DE-
SCRIBED PROPERTY. .
The above-described property was seized
pursuant to the provisions of the Florida
Contraband Forfeiture Act, Florida Statutes
932.701-707, by the Clay County Sheriff's
Office on 05-17-05, at or in the vicinity of 661
Blanding Blvd., Orange Park, Clay County,
Florida. The Clay County Sheriff's Office is
currently in possession of said property and
has filed a Complaint for the purpose of for-
feiture of said property in the Circuit Court of
the Fourth Judicial Circuit of Florida. In order
to protect your rights you must file an Answer
to the Complaint with the Clerk of the Circuit
court, Clay County Courthouse, Green Cove
Spr;ngs FFor;da, within twenty (20) days of
Ints publ!ca3ion You mius also serve a c'py,
o your Anrswer on Complanant's Counseil,
Davia Yourng. A-ssiani StateAttorney, State
Anorney'. Once. Fourth Floor, Clay County
Courhousve Green Cove Springs Fir.rida
Failure IrOdo so may result in Ine renrry o a
delault against you and a Final Order qi Fr.r-
leature uol ri abovPre-escriped property
Delecive& Theresa Dampe er
Clay County Sheriff's Office
legal no. 7393 published September 1 and
8, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


LEGAL NOTICE
Susarnee ARl.vr E,:orcnomic Ccuurnc Iri in-:
terad:- 1o ,peraie ire Ilow A nicorme Ho:-me Re-
pair Program in a eleven.county area, from
the prese-ii irrine ic ir.e ena oi tir, e ,':orniracr i 11 a.ilcip.aied ria appro'n'imately/
'rr300 ni, i will De '1peni on n.me repair
mnaleial'-beic.re Sepiemaer 30 2006 All
*- m.aerial purrnaisel must meel rrini.mum
sl.aridr a.s pulr.ineda in irhe Fieleral Re-


sister. Materials-are secured b
River Economic Coundil, Inc. is
chase order to participating.Ve
on'prices quoted. All local buili
suppliers who desire to do bu
Suwanee River Economic C
should submit a letter to the E
rector, P.O. Box 70, Live Oak, I
stating. This letter should be pos
fore October 1, 2005. Vendor
elected on quality materials for Ic
legal no. 7395 published Se
2005 in Clay County's Clay T
paper.


PUBLIC SALE
The following vehicles will be s
auction for towing and storage
'92 BUICK S/W
VIN# 1G4AH84NON643
'86-GMC P-U
VIN# 1GTCT14RG2502
The auction will be held on Se
2005, at 8:00 a.m. at 3222 H
Green Cove Springs, FL. 'Ven
viewed at this location.
legal no. 7396 published Se
2005 In Clay County's Clay T
paper.


ST. JOHNS RIVER WATER I
MENT DISTRICT GIVES WRI
TWICE OF INTENDED DISTRICT
The District gives notice of
issue a Formal Wellran Dieer
the following properties
WALLACE ENTERPRISES, L
er,4903 Robert D. Gordon Rd.,,
FL 32210, File No. 16-019-98
property is located in Clay C
tion(s): 17, Township: 4S, Rang
includes 58 520 acres The curry
Wallace Enterpri.es. LLC.
-The file(s) containing each o
listed Formal Wetland Determin
cation(s) are available forinspec
.through Friday except for legal h
a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the St.
Waier ManaLgemrieni D.iir.ci HeJ
the apr:pr.:prale Serice Cernler
Will take acl'rn onr each permit
listed above unless a petition fo
istrative proceeding (h-ear.ngdr
suant to ihe pro,.,.yior of l SecIil
ano 120 57 Florida Statutes Chi
and -40C-1,1007, Floiida Ad
Code iFA C I
A perscrn ,..:r,% : e subs'iarin al
affected, by ary of the District
permitting deci;i;or,. id, ni;i[ie.
petition for a.lm.ri..ira.i.'el hear
dance w(rn Secir.:ns 1i2Oi 56
F 5 cr allpani~ i may reach a w
meni -r. mediairor. as-an Saierna
under Scfllan 120'5"3 FS CI
dahorin mul nor a '.rcsiel arreci


y Suwannee hearing if mediation does notresuii in a set
issuing a pur- :tiement. The procedures for pursuing med,.
ndors based alnr, are ser ironr, l Se.,i:on 120.573 F S
ding material' and Rules 28-106.111 and28-106 401. 4005.
business with F.AbC. Petitions must comply wilh Irme re
council, Inc. quirements of Florida Administraltve Code
Executive Di- Chapter 28-106 and be 'em amin Ireceived
F 32064, so by) the District Clerk, located at District
stmarked be- Headquarters, 4049 Reid Street, Palatka,
s-will be se- Florida 32177.
west prices. Pethiticrns for arminislralive nearing on rrie
eptember 8, above appllcaiionis) music be tiled wilnin
today hews- twenty-one (21) days of publication of this
notice or ,linin rtenty-six i261 days o1 hme
SDiIrlict depositing Irns notice ol r.nlent in ine
mail for those persons to whom the District
mails actual notice. Failure to file a petition
sold at public w airin Ithis Ime period snail consrllule a wayv-
costs: r of any rigrih sucn person may nave to re-
quest an administrative determination
.9751 :(hearing) under Sections 120.569 and
120.57, F.S., concerning the suole:c permit
2866 application. Petitions which are norl lled .in
ptember 21,- accordance with the above provisions are
Highway 17,. subject to dismissal.
cies may be Bqcause the administrative hearing
process is designed to formulate final
spteriber 8, agency-action, the filing of a petition means
today hews- the District's final action may ce oftrerenr
-from the position taken bv ir tn his notice of
intent. Persons whose substannral interests
S wllI be arectead y any sucn final decision of
MANAGE- ine Dilricl on Ine applicalion nave the ngnr
ITTEN NO- to Decome a party to the proceeding, in ac-
T DECISION coraanice air. the requirements set icnrt
.is intenl to above.
mirnaion Ior Gloria Lewis,
Director,
LC, Petition- Division of Permit Data Services
Jacksonville, St. Johns River Water Management District.
3586-1. The, legal no. 7398 published September 8,
county Sec- 2005 In Clay County's Clay Today news-
ge: 25E,and paper.


ent owner is

f the above-
iations appli-
:tion:Monday
holidays, 8:00
Johns River
idduaners or
Tne Disirict
r appi'cationr
or an admin-
. led ie r pur-
on. 1.2,0 569c
apter 28-106
Iministrative'

r.n rersi. are
's proposed
abc.ve may.
rig in accor',-
and 12057
prinen agree-
aSlie remedy
hooEing me-
me righl io a


NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING
First Coast Technical Inrsiulie Board of Di-
rectors Meeing will be held Thursday. Sep-
tember 15, 2,005 ar 8 '30 a m at Pumram Co.
Clramr er o Commerce 1100 Reid Sireet
Palarka FL The nmealnrg s 'open to public II
a person decide o appeal a~y decysicin
made ty Ihe FCTI B:'aradl Direcrors w.lh re-
spect to any matter considered at such
mreeling or near.ng. ne or ;rie Will need a
.rer.O.'r ...i ire proceedinj.s and Irnai. lor sucr
purp:o5 he or he may nCeed lo ensure inal
a verbalim record of the proceedings is
made .virich record iicilude. ire leslimdny
arid a ia.en.:e upon wihicn reccord ricludeS
ire ite nlirrjn and e.'i-,,erce upoJn wrhcr, (re
.appeal is. 1, te based Any person, requiring
special acc.jmrrmodal.rs al Ir1s meelir.g be-
causi' or a IIatlli't, Or physv lcal impairment
.riouldconiracl FCTI 1904i 829.1011 ar ieas
ii'.?e caiinoar days prior to nhe meeting
Cnhrislne Colhron
Presient


legal no. 7399 published September 8.
2005 in Clay County's Clay Today news-
paper.


THE ST. JOHNS RIVER WATER MAN-
AGEMENTDISTRICTHAS RECEIVED
THEAPPLICATION(S) FOR ENVIRON-
MENTAL RESOURCE PERMITS) FROM:
GENUINE PARTS COMPANY. 2999 Circle
75 Parkway. Allanla. GA 30339. applicatNor
: -10-019-100965-1 The proiecr is located in
Clay county, Section 14, Township 05 South,
Range 24 East. The ERP application is for
construction of a surface water management
system for a 0.93-acre, commercial devel-
opment known as NAPAAuto Parts.
CEN'EX HOMES. INC.. 6620 Soulhpoin .
Drive Souir.. Suite 400 Jacksonmlie, FL
32216, applicanron -10-0 19-65850-42 Trie
project is located in Clay County, Section 06,.
Township 04 South, Range 25 East. The
ERP application is for a clearing 12.08-acres
for preconsruciion acrivaies for a residential
development known as Oakleai Planlation
Parcels 11A 8 11C-Neighbocrnood 3
RIM PROPERTIES, INC 8130 Baymead-
ows Way West. SuIle 309. JacKsonville. FL
32256, application #40-019-101104-1. The.
project is located in Clay County. Section 04.
Township 06 South, Range 26 East. The
ERP application is for construction of a sur-
f. ace water management system for a 77-
acre development known as River Green
THE ENCLAVE AT EAGLE HARBOR,
LLC, 495 N. Keller Rd., Suite 301, Maitland,
FL 32751, application 440-019-17081-85.
The project is located in Clay County, Sec-
tion 31, Township 04 South, Range 26 East.
The ERP application is for modification to the
pre.'iously issuedd surface water manage-
ment system for a 12.83-acre, residential de-
Svelopment known as The Enclave at Eagle
Harbor.
Tne tilelis containing each of the above-
listed applications) are available for inspec-
tion Monday through Friday except for legal
holidays, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the St.
Johns River Water Management District
Headquarters or ihe appropr;aie service cen.
ier Written oLieciions io ime application may
be made. Oru should b e lied w*r, irecei,'ed
byl rhe D.ilricl ClerK, J.4-1 Re.a St. Palalka
Florida 32177-1429; no later than 1.4 days
'rom Ine date of publication. Written objec-
Ii-,r should idertiily ihe oblecilt by name
and aoarecs and lully dai-crire Ine Objileion
li Ire appiEcalron Filing a *rinne-r oeleciion
d-l.es nor enl iell your Ir a Criapier 120 FIl.-,i-
da SSiuietr AdmlnrSiral.ve Hearing Only
iric.s persons wrose aubistanrial inieresle
are afhecled by mte applicalron anc w*n.. ile
a. peilrnon meeirin. Itre rerquiremernls oi Sec
Stiorn 120 596 and 130 57 Fl.orha Sialules
and Crapier 28-106. Florida Admr.Aslralre
Code. may obiair n aradmin.riraimve nearing
All timely filed. wrir en cblections will be pre-
senisd 10 Ihe Board for considerallonn in is


debtreralcns on appilca3ron prior i r Ire
Board lal-.irig acirn orn me applcallon
Gloria LewiS, Direclor.
Division or Permi Data Services
Sr Jonns River Waler Management Districi.
legal no. 7401 published September 8.
2005 in Clay Coiunty's Clay Today news-
paper. -


IN THE CIRCUITCOURT OF THE 4TH JU-
DICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY, -FLORIDA, CIVIL DIVISION,
CASE NO 2004-CA-394 -
BENEFICIAL FLORIDA INC a'Delaware
corporation, Plarntih
vs.
ETHELYNE: T. MANLEY .UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF ETHELYNE T MANLEY. il any .
and all unknown parties claiming by through.
under and against ine above named Delenr-
dani who are unknown to De dead or alive
whether saio unknown are persons. reirs.
devisees, grantees or olner claimants. David
L Pennell. Par;icia A Perinell. Terant Ii Un-
known Tenani and Tenantr II' Unknown Ten-
amn. n possession ol 0he subject real
property. Defendants.
AMENDED NOTICE OF SALE
Norice is nereby given pursuani to the linal
ludgmenLorder entered in Ihe aoove nolea
case, that I will sell e Ine allowing property si- -
ualed in Clay County Floriaa described as,
PORTION OFTHE WEST 1 2OF THE NE
1/4 OF THE SE 1/4 OF SECTION 19,
TOWNSHIP 4 SOUTH, RANGE 25 EAST,
CLAY COUNTY. FLORIDA, BEING MORE
PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS FOL-
LOWS:
COMMENCE AT THE SE CORNER OF
SAID SECTION 19. THENCE ON THE
EAST LINE THEREOF. NORTH 00040'04"
WEST, 1371.92 FEET; THENCE SOUTH
89'43'13 WEST. 40.0 FEET TO THE IN-
TERSECTION OF THE WESTERLY RIGHT
OF WAY LINE OF BRAPNEN FIELD ROAD
WITH THE NORTHERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY
LINE OF TRAIL RIDGE ROAD (AS NOW
ESTABLISHEDAS A 60 FOOT RIGHT-QF-
WAY); THENCE ONr THE LAST SAID LINE,
SOUTH 8943'13" WEST, 895:72 FEET;
THENCE NORTH 0039'02 WEST 261 64
FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNI.NlG-
THENCE CONTINUE NORTH 0039 02"
WEST, 392 E.0 FEET THENCE NORTH
89:51 45 EAST 100 45 FEET THENCE
SOUTH 03-4555 EAST 392 28 FEET
THENCE SOUTH 89:20 58' WEST 121 79'
FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINtJINGG
TOGETHER WITH- BUDDY MOBILE
HOME VIN NUMBER 046j10i355A1
04610355B1
TOGETHER WITH AND SUBJECT TO
THAT PARTICULAR INOI-EXCLUSIJIVE
PERPETUAL EASEMENT FOR IINGRESS
EGRESS DRAINAGE AND UTILITIES. AC-
CORDING TO OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK
1529. PAGE 566 OF THE PUBLIC







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Section B-23


RECORDS OF CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA.
at public sale, to the highest and best bid-
der for cash, at front door of the Clay Coun-
ty Courthouse, 825 N. Orange Avenue,
Green Cove Springs,-Florida 10:00 a.m. ON
SEPTEMBER 26. 2005. The highest bidder
shall immediately. post with the Clerk, a de-
posit equal to five percent (5%) of the final
bid. The deposit must be cash or cashier's
check payable to the Clerk of the Court. Final
payment must be made on or before 5:00
p.m. on the date of the sale by cash or
cashier's check.
Gary I. Gassel, P.A.
2033 Main Street, Suite 301
Sarasota, Florida 34237
(941) 952-9322
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Court,.
by: Diane Pierce, deputy clerk.
Dated: August, 30, 2005.
legal no. 7402 published September 8 and
15, 2005 In Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper..


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, CIVILACTION, CASE
NO. 10-2004-CA-941, DIV. E
BANK OF NEW YORK AS TRUSTEE
UNDER THE POOLING AND SERVICING
AGREEMENT SERIES 2000-B1, AT 5
PENN PLAZA 16TH FLR. NEW YORK, NY
10001 CORP. TRUST-MBS, Plaintiff
vs. .
LISA D.-WANTON, et al., Defendants.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a
Final Judgment of Mortgage Foreclosure
dated August 30, 2005, and entered in Case
No. 10-2004-CA-941 of the Circuit Court of
the Fourth Judicial Circuit in and for Clay
County, Florida wherein BANK OF NEW
YORK AS TRUSTEE UNDER THE POOL-
ING AND SERVICING AGREEMENT SE-.
RIES 2000-B1, AT 5 PENN PLAZA 16TH
FLR. NEW YORK, NY, 1001 CORP. TRUST
-MBS, is the Plaintiff and LISA D. WANTON;
ANTHONY WANTON; FOREST HILLS
PROPERTY OWNERS ASSOCIATION; are
the Defendants, I will sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash at front door of the Clay
County Courthouse, Green Cove Springs,
Florida AT 10:00 A.M. ON THE 30TH DAY
OF SEPTEMBER, 2005. the following de-
scribed property as set forth in said Final
Judgment:
A TRACT OF LAND SITUATED IN SEC-
TION 35, TOWNSHIP 8 SOUTH, RANGE
23, EAST, CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA; SAID
TRACT BEING MORE PARTICULARLY DE-
SCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
COMMENCE AT THE NORTHEAST COR-
NER OF SECTION 35 AND RUN NORTH
89 DEGREES, 44 MINUTES, 12 SEC-
ONDS, WEST, ALONG THE NORTH LINE
I'-OF SAID SECTION 35 A DISTANCE OF
309 73 FEET TO A POtINT HEREINAITER
REFERRED TO AS POINT "A" AND THE
POINT OF BEGINNING;
%.,. THENICE RUr SOUTH i.,:DEGREES (7
MlINUJES 51 S-ECONDS WEST PARAL-
LEL TO THE-EAST LINE OF SAID SEC-
TIOJ 35 A DISTAl CE OF 660 65 FEET TO
THE SOUTH LINE OF THE IJORTHEAST
.4 OF THE NORTHEAST 1 4 OF THE
NORTHEAST i J OF SAiD SECTIOt, j 3,
THENCE RUNJ NORTH 89 DEGREE. 3
-MINUTES 04 SECONDS, WEST. ALONG
THE SOUTH LINE OF THE NORTHEAST
1/4 OF THE NORTHEAST 1/4 OF THE
NORTHEAST 1 4 OF SAID SECTION 35, A
DISTANCE OF 350.38 FEET, THENCE RUN
NORTH 00 DEGREES, 09 MINUTES, 37
SECONDS, EAST, ALONG THE WEST
LINE OF SAID NORTHEAST 1 4 OF THE-
NORTHEAST OF THE NORTHEAST
1/4, A DISTANCE OF 559.96; THENCE RUN
SOUTH 89 DEGREES, 44 MINUTES, 12
SECONDS, EAST, 130.00 FEET; THENCE
RUN NORTH 00 DEGREES, 09 MINUTES,
37 SECONDS, EAST, 100.00 FEET TO THE
NORTH LINE OF SAID SECTION 35;
TH.EICE RIJl SOUTH 89 DEGREES, 44
MINUTES 12 SECONDS, EAST, ALONG -.
THE NORTH LINE, 220.05 FEET TO THE-
POINT OF BEGINNING.
SAID TRACT CONTAINING 5.01 ACRES
MORE OR LESS.
TOGETHER WITH AN EASEMENT FOR
INGRESS, EGRESS, UTILITIES SITUATED
IN .SECTIONS 35 ADN 36, TOWNSHIP 8
SOUTH, RANGE 23 EAST, CLAY COUNTY,
FLORIDA, SAID EASEIIENT L'" IHG 40I 00
FEET RIGHT OF THE FOLLOWING DE-
SCRIBED LINE:
BEGIN AT THE ABOVE DESCRIBED
POINT "A" AND RUN SOUTH 89 DE-


PUBLIC NOTICE

St. Johns

Country Day School

Admits students of any race, color,
national and.ethnic origin to all the
rights, privileges, programs and
activities -gene"rally accorded or
made available to students at the.
school. 'It does not discriminate on
the basis'of race, color, national and
ethnic origin in administration of its
educational policies, admissions
policies, scholarship and loan pro-
grams, and athletic and other
school-administered programs.
legal no. 7400 published September 8,
2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
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AGREES, 44 MINUTES, 12 SECONDS,
EAST, ALONG THE NORTH LINE OF SAID
SECTION 35, A DISTANCE OF 309.73
FEET TO THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF
SAID SECTION 35; THENCE RUN SOUTH
89 DEGREES, 14 MINUTES, 57 SEC-
ONDS, EAST, ALONG THE NORTH LINE
OF SECTION 36, A DISTANCE OF 660.89
FEET TO THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF
THE NORTHWEST 1/4 OF THE NORTH-
WEST 1/4 OF THE NORTHWEST 1/4 OF
,SAID SECTION 36, AND THE END OF
SAID EASEMENT.
SUBJECT TO AND TOGETHER WITH
ALL EASEMENTS OF RECORD.
SUBJECT TO A 50.00 FOOT FLORIDA
GAS AND TRANSMISSION LINE RIGHT
OF WAY.
AND TOGETHER WITH A MOBILE HOME
LOCATED THEREON AS A FIXTURE AND
APPURTENANCE THERETO BEING DE-
SCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
1994 DEST TRIPLEWIDE; TITLE NUM-
BERS 68890297, 68890301 & 68890302;
ID'S 039995A, B, C.
A/K/A 5803 Cactus Hill Drive, Keystone
Heights, FL 32656.
WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of this
Court onrAugust30, 2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT. Cier. oi ir.e C.rcual
Court, by Diane Pierce, deputy clerk.
Echevarria, Codilis & Stawiarski
P.O. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida 3S622-5018 .
F04012429
legal no. 7403 published September 8 and
15, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


F05009112
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVILACTION
NAVY FEDERAL CREDIT UNION,
Plaintiff,
CASE.NO. 2005-CA-460
vs.
DIVISION E

RODNEY L. JOHNSON, et al,
Defendantss.
NOTICE OF RESCHEDULED
FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to an Order Rescheduling Foreclo-
sure Sale dated August 31,-2005 and en-
tered in Case NO. 2005-CA-460 of the
Circuit Court of the FOURTH Judicial Circuit
in and for CLAY County, Florida wherein
NAVY FEDERAL CREDIT UNION, is the
Plaintiff and RODNEY L: JOHNSON;
SHAZIA JOHNSON; MORTGAGE ELEC-
TRONIC REGISTRATION SYSTEMS, INC.
AS NOMINEE FOR 123LOAIN LLC A.
NEVADA LIMITED LIABILITi' COMr.PATIV.
are ire Delaeridanl I wiil .-.l to the highest
and best bidder for cash at FRONT DOOR
OF THE CLAY COUNTY COURTHOUSE,
GREENr COVE SPRirjNG FLORIDA ar
10:00 AM, on the 30th DAY OF SEPTEM-
BER 2005. ine following diS.-:re:- properrT
as set.forth inhsaid Final Judgment:
LOT 3 HArMMOCK GROVE ACCORDIrJG
TO THE PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED
Irj PLAT BOOK 35'T PAGES 3 J:, -41
MAND 4: OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
-CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA.
A/K/A 2976 Plum Orchard Drive, Orange
Park,-FL 32073
WITNESS MY HAl r and rr-. s :r In.s-
Court on September 1, 2005.
(SEAL) James B. Jett.
-Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Debra M. Eieerle Oepur,', Cerk.
Echevarria, Ccoil,s &t Siaiwark.i,
P.O. Box 25018
Tamparr Fl.r,oa 33622-5018
F05009112
NAVY-VA- R -jprzybyl
legal no. 7404 published September 8 and
15, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


F04013380
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, CIVILACTION, CASE


NO: 10-2004-CA-1027, DIV. E
U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, AS
TRUSTEE UNDER THE POOLING AND
SERVICING AGREEMENT, DATED AS OF-
APRIL 1, 2002, AMONG CREDIT-BASED
ASSET SERVICING AND SECURITIZA-
TION, LLC, FINANCIAL ASSET SECURI-
TIES CORP., LITTON LOAN SERVICING
LP AND U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIA-
TION, C-BASS MORTGAGE LOAN ASSET-
BACKED CERTIFICATES SERIES
2002-CB2, Plaintiff
vs.
MICHELLE G. PHILLIPS, et al, Defendant(s)
NOTICE OF RESCHEDULED
FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to
an Order Rescheduling Foreclosure Sale
dated September 1, 2005, and entered in
Case No: 10-2004-CA-1027 of the Circuit
Court of the Fourth Judicial Circuit in and for
Clay County, Florida wherein U.S. BANK
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, AS TRUSTEE
UNDER THE POOLING AND SERVICING
AGREEMENT, DATED AS OF APRIL 1,
2002, AMONG CREDIT-BASED ASSET
SERVICING AND SECURITIZATION, LLC,
FINANCIAL ASSET SECURITIES CORP, .
LITTON LOAN SERVICING LP AND U.S.
BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION C-BASS
MORTGAGE LOAN ASSET-BACKED CER-
TIFICATES, SERIES 2002-CB2, is the Plain-
tiff and MICHELLE G. PHILLIPS;
BENEFICIAL FLORIDA, INCL; TENANT #1
N/K/A KISHA WHITEHURST are the Delen-
dants, I will sell to the highest and best bid-
der for cash at the FRONT DOOR of the
Clay County Courthouse, Green. Cove
Springs, Florida at 10:00 A.M. ON THE 4TH
DAY OF OCTOBER, 2005, the following de-
scribed property as set forth in said Final
Judgment:
LOT 1, BLOCK 1, DOSHIRE MEADOWS,
ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF AS
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 14, PAGES 55,
56 AND 57, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS
OP CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA.
a/k/a 1025 Doshire Drive, Orange Park, FL
32065-6303.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of this
Court on September 1, 2005.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Circuit
Court, by: Deora MA Beerle depurv clerks
Echevarria, Codlas & SiawiarsKi
-P.O. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida 33622-5018
F04013380
legal no. 7405 published September 8 and
15, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
newspaper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, IN AND FOR
CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA; CASE NO: 05-
CA-635, DIV. B
CHARLES E BARTLETT and ELAIIJE D..
EARTLETT r,,s aie PaIr.nns ..
vs.
HIRAM LODGE #34A.F. &A.M., Defendant.
NOTICEOFACTION
TO: HIRAM LODGE #34A.F. &A.M.
Principal Place of Business Unknown
Last Known Place of Business:
c/o Emery.Bradley
Green Cove Springs, FL 32043
YOU ARE NOTIFIED.that an action to quiet -
liII or, ire proper' n CI-a,' Counry Fl.ridaa
A PART OF LOT 1 BLOCK 64, NORTH
SLIBURBS OF GREEri COVE SPRIfIGS,
ACCORDING TO PLAT RECORDED Ili
PLAT BOOK 2. PAGE 1. PUBLIC.
RECORDS OF CLA' GCOu ITY' FLORIDA
DESCRIBED AS
FOR A POINT OF REFERENCE COM-
MEIICE AT THE SOUTHEAST CORrJER
OF SAID LOT 1 AltD RUrJ THENjCE WEST
ALOJG THE NORTH SIDE OF HOUSTON
STREET, 75 FEET TO THE POINT OF BE- :
GINNING; THENCE CONTINUE ALONG
SAID LINE 150 FEET; .THENCE
NORTHERLY PARALLEL WITH ELM
STREET, 100 FEET; THENCE EASTERLY
PARALLEL WITH HOUSTON STREET, 150
FEET, THENCE SOUTHERLY PARALLEL
WITH ELM STREET, 100 FEET TO THE
POINT OF BEGINNING.
has been filed against you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your written de-
fenses, if any, to it on LAWRENCE J.
BERNARD, ESQUIRE; plaintiff's attorney,


NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIVE

PUBLIC HEARING
THE PUBLIC IS HEREBY NOTIFIED that the Clay County Board of County
Commissioners will hold an administrative public hearing Tuesday, September 27, 2005,
at 3:30 p.m., or as soon thereafter as can be -heard, in the Board of County
Commissioners Meeting Room on the Fourth Floor of the Clay County Administration
Building, 477 Houston Street, Green Cove Springs, Florida, for the purpose of consider-
ing an application-for franchise authority consent to assignment or transfer of control of
cable television franchise (transfer of Time Warner Cable, Inc. cable television franchise
to Comcast Corporation).
All interested persons are invited to attend the public hearing and be heard
by the Board on matters pertaining to the above-referenced proposed application for
transfer of cable television franchise agreement, ..
Pursuant to Section 286.0105 Florida Stalutes. a person deciding to appeal
any decision made by the Board with respect to any manner considered ai Ihe meeting of
the Board.at which the public hearing is held or at any subsequent meeting to which the
Board has continued its deliberations is advised that such person will need a record of
all-proceedings and may need to ensure that a verbatim record of all proceedings is
made, which must include the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be
based.
In accordance with the Americans With Disabilities Act, any person needing
a special accommodation to participate in this matter should contact the Clay County
ADA Coordinator by mail at Post Office Box 1366, Green Cove S:prings. Florida 32043
or by telephone at number (904) 269-6376, no later than ihree 131 daId prior to mne near.
ing or proceeding for which this notice has been given. Hearing impaired persons can
access the foregoing telephone number by contacting the Florida,Relay Service at 1-.
800-955-8770 (Voice), ori-80955-8771 (TDD) .
Board of County Commissioners
Clay.County, Florida
legal no. 7397 published September 8 and 22, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
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whpse address is 300 West.Adams Street,
Surie 300 Jacksonvlle Foricral 32202 on or
&.erore Sepiemoer 26, 2005, and tlen me orig-
inal with the Clerk of this Court either before
service on plaintiff's attorney or immediately
thereafter; otherwise a default will be entered
against you for.the relief derranded in the
complaint or petition.
WITNESS my hand and seal of this Court,
on the 25th day of August, 2005.
(SEAL) JAMESB. JETT, Clerk of the Circuit
Court, by: Brenda Bennett, deputy clerk.
legal no. 7406 published September 8,15,
22 and 29, 2005 In Clay County's Clay
Today newspaper.


IN THE.CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTH JUDI-
CIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR CLAY COUN-
TY, FLORIDA, CASE NO: 2005-1571-DR,
DIV. C
KATHRYN E. SOWDER, wife
and
DAVID MICHAEL SOWDER, husband
S.NOTICE FACTION
TO DAVID MICHAEL SOWDER
YOU ARE NOTIFIED ir.a an acnon lor es-
tablishment.of a Petition for Dissolution of
Marriage with Minor Child has beer, iled
against you and you are required io serve a
copy of your wrnnen defenses. ,I any, Io II on
nhe pai;nifi's attorney Carrington Maaiscon
Mead. Esquire vwhoise address is 2330 Park
Street, Jqcksonville. Florida 32204 on or be-
fore 1.5th DAY OF OCTOBER 2005, and iile
the original with the clerk of this court either
before service on the plaintiff's attorney or
immediately thereafter; otherwise a default.
will be entered against you for the relief de-
manded in the complaint or petition.
Dated on 8/30/05.
(SEAL) JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Court,
by: Debra M. Beyerle, deputy clerk. .
legal no. 7407 published September 8,15,
22 and 29, 2005 in Clay County's Clay
Today newspaper.


PUBLIC SALE,
The following ehicles wil be sold at.public
auction for towing and storage costs:
'95 CHEVROLET
VIN# 1G1LD5549SY208109
The auction will be held on September 23 at
10:00 a.m. at 2909 Blanding Blvd., Middle-
burg, FL. Vehicles may be viewed at this lo-
cation.
Scott's Affordable Towing Inc.
904-276-5597
legal no..7408 published September 8,,
2005 In Clay County's Clay Today news-
paper.


PUBLIC SALE
On October 10. 2005 at 10:00..a.m First
Coast Towr.ng locale.: at 2905 Blanrdng
Blvd', Miad'leurig. FL 32066 wlil be auciion-
ing off the following vehicles for towing and
storage costs:
2002 SUZUKI
ViN#js2gb41s4254Q1823.
1996 Honda


VIN# 1hgej8245t1066615
Firsl Coa;i Tc.wingr Inc.
90-I.282-7,7770
legal no. 7409 published September 8,
2005 in Clay County's Clay Today news-
paper.


PUBLIC NOTICE
The following vehicle will be sold at public
auction for towing and storage costs:
'86 VOLVO
VIN# YVIAX8843G3153092
The auciron *ill be held on September 28,
2005 at 8 00 a m. at 3222 Highway 17,
.Green Cove Springs,-FL. Vehicles may be
viewed at this location.
legal no. 7410 published September 8,
2005 in Clay County's Clay Today news-
paper.


PUBLIC NOTICE
The Board of Supervisors of the Clay
County Uilily Authority will meel at 2 00
p.m;.on Tuesday September 20, 2005. nr
the Board Room at ire Clay County uiiity
Authority, 3176 Ol Jennings Roaa. Ma-
dieburg Florida.
In accor-dance wnan ne Americans Wian
Disabilities Act, any person needing a spe-
cial accommodation to participate in this mat-
ters, should contact the. Clay County Utility
Authority by mail at 3176 Old Jennings
Road, Middleburg, Florida 32068 or by tele-
phone at (904) 213-2464, no later than 7
days prior to the. hearing or proceeding for
which'this notice has been given. Hearing
impaired persons can access -re ioreg.:,in
telephone number by contacting the Florida
Relay Service at 1-800-955-8770 (Voice) or
1-800-955-8771 (TDD).
If.any person intends to appeal ani d':;.
sion related 1i irln acciorn. sucrt p-riori will
need io provide a court reporter ai such per-
,on s iown experine or a iran&cripi or ire
proceeoming All inieresitc persons are- n-
vited to attend.
For runner inlormaiton call1213-2461
legal no. 7411 published September 8,
2005 in Clay County's Clay Today news-
paper.


PUBLIC SALE
AMERICA'S BEST STORAGE OF MIDDLE-
BURG WILL CONDUCT A PUBLIC SALE
TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER FOR CASH
ONLY ON THEIR PREMISES AT 5124 CR
218, MIDDLEBURG, FL 32068 ON SATUR-
DAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2005 AT 10:00 A.M.
ON THE FOLLOWING UNITS:
THE COMPANY RESERVES THE RIGHT
TO REJECT ANY BID AND WITHDRAW-
ANY ITEMS FROM THE SALE, #51 KIM-
BERLY SEALS, HOUSEHOLD ITEMS & s7
BARBARA BLACKBURN, HOUSEHOLD
ITEMS.
legal no. 7412 published September 8 and
15, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today
,newspaper.


NOTICE OF MEETING
The,2005 06 Cla., Couniv Charier Rrevie Co.rmms.ic.i aro;i-ted biy lhe CIia C:our,r
Board or Cou-ur, Conmirriioneri rs purLu.ani ic. re requiri.rlnerl: -,r ie ClaN Courry Homre
Rule Charter wi r,:,old its organizational meeting on Monday, September 19, 2005 at
7:00 p.m. in Meeting Roomnl, Tax Collector's Office, Administration Building, 477
Houston Street,.Green Cove Springs, Florida 32043. The meeting is open to the public,
and all inlrCiei-i pe or,-n are ,r'..red to attend.
Inr acco:rdanre '.irn me Ame-r.,ans Wi'h D;.ab;l;lies Aci any per :.,ri needing a special
acomrnmorai:on 1o pa rip.e i, i his manner roul coriacl t ie Ci ., Cour.r ADA
Coordinator by mail at Post Office Box-1366, Green Cove'' Sprin,.1. Ficiraa ?i043 or i,.
leicprore ai r,,jn-u cr i'C:i4it 26 ._'i-616' nc laier man inree i3i a,:1 pror io irec r, eainrg cr
proceeOaing Io,-r .'n cri Irn,, notice nas i ern gi.enr Hearing impaire-, person icar, acce.i
Ir,- ioregoing ret-priorne number by contacting the Florida Relay Serp.ir. at 1 800-955S
8770 (Voice), or 1-800-955-8771 (TDD).
Charter Review Commission
Clay County, Florida.
legal no. 7413 published September 8, 2005 In Clay County's Clay Today newspaper.


REQUEST FOR BIDS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that sealed bids'will be received until 4:00 P.M., Monday,
October 3, 2005, at the Finance Department, 4th Floor, Clay County Administration
Building, 477 Houston Street, Green Cove Springs, Florida, 32043, for the following:

Bid No. 05/06-3, "Scoreboard for Multi-Purpose Pavilion at the Fairgrounds"

Bids will be opened at 1:00 P.M., or as soon thereafter as possible, on Tuesday,
October 4, 2005, in the Board of County Commissioners' Conference Room "B", 4th
Floor, Clay County Administration Building, 477 Houston Street, Green Cove Springs,
Florida, 32043, in the presence of the Finance-Office Staff, and/or the Clerk or Deputy
.Clerk and all other interested persons.
The opened bid will be read aloud, examined for conformance to specifications, tabu-
lated, and one copy preserved in the custody of the Finance Department. The Budget,
-Finance and Personnel Committee of the Board will meet on Thursday, October 13,
2005, and present its recommendation to the Board of County Commissioners at its
meeting of October 25, 2005.
Bids will not be valid unless received by the bid deadline and in a sealed envelope
marked "Sealed Bid No.. 05/06-3, "Scoreboard for Multi-Purpose Pavilion at the
Fairgrounds" "Tuesday, October 4, 2005," and the name of company submitting the bid
to be received until 4:00 P.M., Monday, October 3, 2005.
Envelopes will be mailed, or delivered in person, to the above address. Specifications
may be obtained and questions answered at the Fairgrounds office, by Mr. Bruce Harvin,
Fairgrounds & Special Events Coordinator, at (904) 529/278-3617.
Bids require a five (5) percent bid bond and may not be withdrawn for a period of thir-
ty (30) days subsequent to the date of the bid opening.
The County reserves the right to waive formalities in any bid, to reject any or all bids
with or without cause, including the lack.of availability of adequate funds, and/or to
accept the bid that, in its judgment, will be in the best interest of the County of Clay.
A person or affiliate who has been placed on the convicted vendor list following a con-
viction for a public entity crime may not submit a bid on a contract to provide any goods
or services to a public entity, may not submit a bid on a contract with a public entity for
the construction or repair of a public building or public work, may not submit bids on lqas-
es of.real property to a public entity, may not be awarded or perform work as a contrac-
tor, supplier, subcontractor, or consultant under a contract with any public entity, and may
not transact business with any public entity in excess of the threshold amount provided
in Section 287.017, Florida Statutes, for CATEGORY TWO for a period of 36 months
from the date of being placed on the convicted vendor list.
Richard J. O'Connell, Acting County Manager
legal no. 7394 published September 8, 2005 in Clay County's Clay Today newspaper.

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September 13, 2005
Cypress Club & Ballroom
(797 Blanding Blvd.)
5:15 7:15 p.m.
Complimentary hors d'eouvres, cash bar, net-
working & door prizes
Chamber Bucks will be $200
(Must be present to win)

SOUTHERN MONSTER TRUCK SHOWDOWN
September 16-18, 2005
Clay County Fairgrounds
Friday & Saturday: Gates open at 6:00.p.m. -
Show starts at 8:00 p.m.
Sunday: Gates open at noon Show starts at
2:00 p.m.
Adults: $15 ~ Ages 6-12: $10 ~ Ages 5 &
under: Free
For further information call (352) 489-2662 or
visit www.southernmonstertrucksshowdown.com

KENNY WILLIAMS MEMORIAL
TEAM ROPING
September 23-25, 2005
Clay County Fairgrounds
11:00 am.
Professional Team Roping honoring world
Champion Speed William's father, Kenny Williams
Concessions %%ill be open


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AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY'S
MAKING STRIDES AGAINST
BREAST CANCER
September 24, 2005
Orange Park Town Hall
9:00 a.m.
Call the American Cancer Society at 264-6039
for more details

CLAY COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
2005 BUSINESS & HEALTH EXPO
September 29, 2005
Thrasher-Home Centerfor the Arts
Open to the public
For more information, contact Jackie
Butler at 264-7373,

CLAY COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE &
KEEP CLAY BEAUTIFUL
CLEAN UP CLAY DAY
October 1,2005
Volunteers oill meet at the Chamber
8:00 -11:00 a.m.
To volunteer, please call 264-2531 and
leave a message

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LOOK GOOD, FEEL BETTER
October 6, 2005
The American Cancer Society
(1536 Kingsley Avenue, Suite 123)
9:30 a.m.
A free program to help female cancer patients
learn makeup application techniques and styling
of wigs and turbans.
Call 264-6039 ext. 110 for more information


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For now and the
foreseeable future, F
it is safe to assume
that the speed of
change will only in-
crease. Being able
to use change to :: "
the Chamber's ad- V
vantage is why I am Kellie Jo Kiberg
writing this article.
Mindset is critical to the success-
of the change process. Our chal-
lenge is to help the community to
reach for the sky. When the busi-
ness sector prospers, all other as-
pects of life in the area inevitably
improve. Individual wealth is. creat-
ed and the highest quality of life be-
comes achievable for the
Community as a whole.- In the pur-
suit of this growth, it takes real
money to do what the Chamber
must do for our community. We are
not talking about a slight increase
in dues or even a profit turned from
a Chamber event. We are talking
about major numbers and bold
thinking to effect big changes. The
only limit should be the sky. That is:
why the economic development di-
'vision is in the process of a capital
campaign. The capital leadership
has reached it original goal of
$1,250,000 and now is in the process
of reaching their stretch goal of
$1,400,000. Clay County has many_
opportunities if everyone works to-'
gether with a positive attitude.
Speaking of working together
with a positive attitude, on Sep-
tember 22 we will recognize Clay
County businesses for Industry Ap-
preciation. Join us as we celebrate
the successes of our business com-


munity. Additionally, mark your cal-
endars for the Business and Health
Expo at the Thrasher-Home Center
for the Arts Conference Center on
September 29. More than 85 busi-
nesses will be involved in the expo.
This will be an excellent opportuni-
ty to network, develop new business
and learn about our six career acad-
emies in our high schools.
As Look over the last year, the
one theme that keeps coming back
to me to describe the last twelve
months is change. In the last
month, we have had seieral- staff
changes. Kathy Hayman, accepted
a position with Ulrich Research.
Kathy has been with the Chamber
for almost 10 years. Leah Zdenek,
our program coordinator, is concen-
trating on her studies at University
of North Florida. We will miss them
here at the Chamber. With their de-
partures, we welcome Greg Voss as
our new business development.
manager and Kristen Rosepiler as
the program assistant. In addition,
Jackie Butler has joined the eco-
nomic development. division as the
research and grants programs coor-
dinator. Please stop by and intro-'
duce yourself and welcome Greg,
Kristen and Jackie.
Here at the Chamber, we work
hard to change with the demands of
the day. On the whole, it is hard to
put into words what changes have
come to our organization and how
they look from this seat. I have
gained a whole new perspective on
what our business network of kin-
dred spirits looks like and what the
face of the Chamber will look like in
the near future and beyond. Call it


a brand new Chamber.
But then, around us everywhere
are .brands. With those brands
come :words, images, energy, and
motion: all indicators that some-.
thing exciting is taking shape.
Since last year, you may have heard
bits and pieces of a similar effort
going on within the Chamber: the
efforts to further solidify and trum-
pet what we do. As we all know. it is
no easy fask to communicate all
that we do here at the Chamber .We
are updating the newsletter, the
weekly communications and our
website. 'There will be: more
changes in the coning year. The
goal is to make our communication
tools usefulto our members.
As you can see, this is a serious ef-
fort that is aiming for serious results.
Your involvement, whether with
your time, sponsorships or leader-
ship, will make it successful, That
will never change. Remember to do
business with Chamber members
and join us as we "Focus on the Fu-
ture".
One final thoiught...the helping
spirit of the First Coast is every-
where as individuals young and old
are doing whatever they can to as-
sist with the Hunicane Kat.rina dis-
aster relief projects. Everyday the
needs grow greater. The extent of
the damage is overwhelming. As we
are heading into the peak of hurri-
cane season are you ready? Do you
have a plan for your business and
,-your family? Develop a communi-
cation plan for family, friends and
business associates. Be prepared
and please have a plan. We will be
collecting non-perishable goods at


our Chamber Connect ion on Sep-
tember 13 at the Cypress Club and
at the Business and Health Expo on
September 29 at the Thrasher-
Home Center for the Arts. Please
come by and bring whatever you
can. Let us join together as a busi-
ness community to help our neigh-
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Greg Voss. Business Development Manager 264-7503
Danita Andrews, Economic Development Manager 264-1005
Eve Szymansld, Director of Tourism Development
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Jackie Butler. ED Administrative Assistant 264-7373
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Vision, Opportunity Diversify How, When and Where:
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By DantaAndrews, Economic Development Manager

Last month, we explained why
the Clay County Chamber of Com-:
merce is undertaking a county-wide
strategic plan for economic devel-
opment, what the plan is about and
who should be involved. This
month we want to expand on how,
when and where you can become a
partner in this important initiative.
First, it. is critical to point out
that the "weak condition of our
economy" is the driving force be-
hind the need to create a different
economic development strategy. In .
reality, Clay County has a huge de-
pendence on Duval County to pro-
vide jobs for our Clay County
residents. Of the approximately
60% of our workforce traveling out-
side the county. 51c work in Duval
County. According to the Policom
study, "in 2002. approximately
41,000 Clay County residents
worked in Clay County, earning an
average wage of $24.772. The same
year, about 50.000 Clay residents
worked in Duval County earning an
average of $39,556. Clay County


residents earned about $3.1 billion
in 2002. Of this, about $1.9 billion
was earned by those employed in
Duval County. Another
$640,000,000 was"earned by Clay
residents working in Clay County,
by way of jobs created from the
spending generated by Clay resi-
dents working in Duval County. As
a result, about 83% of all earned in-
come by Clay residents is attrib-
uted to Duval County."
In 1991. the Clay average wage
was 70% of the national average.
However, by 2002 it dropped to 61%
of the national average.
How can we improve these con-
ditions? You can help the Clay
County Chamber of Commerce to
develop a "roadmap for opportuni-
ty" as we focus on the future. A
roadmap leading to more, higher,
paying jobs in Clay County. A
roadmap providing for increased
wages to give you and your children
better choices for a higher standard
of living. A roadmap that. ensures
our economy and quality of life are
stronger, which generates the dol-
lars for better funded schools, bet-


ter transportation, and better parks
and recreation. Our destination is
attracting quality employers to pro-
vide jobs within our own communi-
ty, but taking a U-turn against our
economic dependence and high
commute pattern is going to take
support and involvement from a
wide variety of stakeholders. Are
you tired of that 35-minute or longer
commute to work every day? Are
you tired of spending more at the
gas pumps t.o travel to work? Most.
importantly, are you tired of losing
that valuable time with your family?
Then join us for meetings with Bill
Fruth of Policom Corporation and
help to make a difference. Do not
leave your future and our children's
future to chance. Plan to attend
one or more of the following com-
munity meetings during the month
of October:
When and Where
6:30 p.m. Wednesday, October
19. 2005 Clay High School

6:30 p.m. Thursday. October 20,
2005 Thrasher-Home Center for
the Arts


Focus on the Future, a bold
new strategic plan for economic
development, is designed to help
us set the direction of our eco-
nomic future. The plan provides
definition for a clear vision of
where Clay County's economy
needs to be 5 years. 10 years and
20 years out. The plan identifies
major goals or benchmarks for our
economy along the way and helps
us to explore every opportunity so
we can prioritize for resource allo-
cation and attain those goals.
Most importantly, the desired re-
sult is to truly diversify Clay
County's economic base so we
maintain a high quality of life and
prosperous future for generations
to come.
We will only be able to Focus
on the Future with the help of
the Clay County community.
Please consider attending one of
the two town hall meetings to
learn more about bringing high
wage jobs to the county. Contact
the Economic Development Divi-
sion at the Chamber at 264-7373.
with any questions.


:Focus on the Future


Capital Campaign Reaches it Goal


The capital campaign for eco-
nomic development has passed its
initial goal with a total of $1.257,000
raised to date! With forty-six com-
mitments and pending decisions
from additional local companies.
we should well surpass expecta-
tions for this bold, new five-year
economic development initiative.
Focus on the Future is the strategy
for building opportunity and accel-
erating economic diversification
with the aim to create a minimum
of 1,700 new/retained high paying
jobs over the next five ye'as. Before
September is complete, we hope to
add several more names to the
below list. On behalf of the Clay
County Chamber of Commerce and


our campaign leadership, thank
you for your outstanding support
and commitment to Clay County's
future:
Allen Land Group
AmSouth Bank
Area Coumnunications
Baptist Health Rehabilitation
Services
Bank of America
BellSouth
Blue Cross, Blue Shield of Florida
SBradley Creek Trust
Brooks Health Systems
CGS Consulting Engineers
Clay Electric Cooperative. Inc.
Clay Port/Reynolds Park
Yacht Center


Comcast
Compass Bank
Developers Realty Group
Douglas. Douglas & Farnsworth
Eagle Harbor
Elkins Constructors, Inc.
Florida Rock Industries. Inc.
Garber Auto Mall
Gate Petroleum
Gordon Chevrolet
Grubb & Ells Phoenix
Realty Group
Hall Properties
Ham Jam Charities
Harden & Associates
Heritage Bank
The Hutson Companies
Huntley Enterprises,
Inc.iMarket Masters


JEA
Kindred Hospital North Florida
Landmar Contractors
Magnolia Point Realty
Orange Park Kennel Club
Orange Park Medical Center
Pappas, Metcalf, Jenks & Miller
RG Crown Bank
Reinhold Corporation
Regency Centers
Reynolds. Smith &
Hills, Inc.
Ryland Homes
Skanska USA
Skyline Realty Services
St. Vincent's
SunTrust Bank
True North Investments
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September "Tourism Buzz! "


Eve Szymanski


By Eve Szmanski
Director of Tourism & Film Developm
Clay County Chamber of Comw

The Southern Monst
Showdown happens SE
16th through the 18th, soil
on right now, depending
you read this. In any case,
ing up at the Clay Cou
grounds. This is the first
event has been to Clay Cc
have tickets at Chamber
you want more informant:
www.southernmonstertr
down.com.


The horse shows will entertain kid


(From The Clay County Tourism Bug)

We have the first winner of the
ent Division "Great Clay County Bug Out!" Jean
nerce Wilson of the North Florida Scottish
Games & Festival saw the Bug at
er Truck the August meeting at Cracker Bar-
eptember rel. We held the drawing for the
t could be $100 US Savings Bond at the Mer-
on when cury Moon Networking Opportuni-
it is com- ties Event on August 16th! The
.nty Fair- Great Clay County Bug Out promo-
time the tion is sponsored by our friends at
>unty! We Bug Out Services, Inc. Keep your
office. If eye out for our Clay County Tourism
ion, go to Bug sponsored by Ash Tisdelle VW.
ruckshow Fax 264-0070 or email: eszvmans-
ki(claychamber.com with the date,
place & time you saw
it, in order to get your
name.in the hat!
For our Clay County
Tourism partners and-
planners, you can now
submit your events di-
rectly to our website.
Please go to www.clav-
chamber.com and click
on "Community
Events" on the left
hand sidebar column.
S That will take you to
the community calen-
dar page. Then go to
the upper right side
and click on "Submit
an Event." It will then
ds of all ages. be read and approved


and downloaded directly to the
community calendar for the Cham-
ber and Tourism. Call or email me
if you have any questions or prob-
lems at 904-394-7401 or eszymans-
ki(aclavchamber.com.
Summertime always brings out
our equestrian partners (and visi-
tors). The Clay County Fairgrounds
will be hosting many clinics and
shows from North Florida Dressage,
and the North
Florida Hunters
& Jumpers
(NFHJA). You
can still catch
the rodeo action
of the Kenny
Williams Memor-
ial Roping event
coming up in the
Cattleman's
Arena at the
Fairgrounds. live entertainment con
The New First Center.
Coast Ham Jam
is back in Clay
County and looking, better than
ever! It is Florida's Official Bar-B-Q
Cooking Contest and has a wonder-
ful new home at Reynolds Park
Yacht Center on the St. Johns River
on November 3rd thru the 6th.
There's ample parking and easy ac-
cess to the event on Highway 16.
The New First Coast Ham Jam is
brought to us by Ham Jam Chari-
ties, Inc, a 501c3 organization. This
year's charitable recipient will be
the Dean Jones Family. Get ready
for some country cooking' & fun!
We also have several cultural
events coming up in Clay County.
Get out your PDA's and calendars,
so you don't miss the programs at
the Orange Park Community The-


Just one of the big guys from the Southern Mon-
ster Truck Showdown!


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ning to the New Ham Jam at Reynolds Park Yacht

atre starting on September 9th with
"Monky Business." Go to
www.opct.orf for the whole line up.
Don't miss the start of the Thrash-
er-Horne Center of the Arts on Oc-
tober 8th. The 2005-06 season holds
a wonderful line up of Broadway to
Gospel. Visit www.thcenter.org
for more.
I don't know about you, but
that's about all the "Buzz" I have for
this month. It's going to cool off any
day now!
See the calendar below for days
and times. Go to www.clav-
t o u r i s m c o m
www.claychamber.com or call 394-
7401 or e-mail eszymanski(clav-
chamber.com for more
information.


The First Winner of the "Great Clay County

Bug Out" is Presented a Savings Bond


Jean Wilson of the North Florida
Scottish Games & Festival is the
first winner of the "Great Clay
County Bug
Out" sight-
ing contest!
Because she
spotted the
Tourism
Bug and
sent in the
time and
place of the -., g- H
sighting to
the Cham-
ber, she won
a $100 sav-
ings bond. .
Here's
how you can Tourism and ilm Director, Eve!
win. If you bond to Jean Wilson. She is t
spot the County Bug Our contest.
Clay County
Tourism Bug, make a note of the
date, place and time and fax or
email us at the Tourism Division. If
our famous Clay County Tourism
Bug was in that area on that day
and time, your name will be includ-


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ed for that month's drawing at the
Chamber's Networking Opportuni-
ties Mixer or at the Chamber Con-
nection.





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zvmanski, presents a $100 savings an d / or
he first winner of the greatt Clay e m a i 1
address
and fax
to (904) 264-0070 or email to eszy-
manski~(claychamber.com. If your
name is drawn, you will be the
proud owner of a $100 savings bond!
The fun is sponsored by Bug Out
Service, Inc and Ash Tisdelle VW.


August-September Calendar of Events:


9/16-18
9/17
9/23-25
9/9-10/1

10/1
1011-2
10/7-9
10/7-9
10/14-16
10/15-16
10/18
10/21-23
10,29
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10/28
10 29
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Southern Monster Truck Showdown CCFG
Dixie Plantation All Breed Horse Show CCFG
Kenny Williams Memorial Roping CCFG
Monky Business Orange Park
Community Theater
Clay Cnty Humane Society Bark in the Park CCFG
1st Cst. Hntr Jmpr Fall Harvest Horse Show CCFG


N FL Hunter Jmpr Horse Show
Revenge of the Invisible Man
St. Catherine's Annual Bazaar
Town of Orange Park Fall Festival
Middleburg Conununity Block Party
FL Sun Cats Show
N. FL Dressage Assn. Horse Show
Flonda-Georgia Game
Prescription: Murder
N. FL Dressage Assn. Fall Series
New Ham Jamn


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Alliance of Business Leaders


LEADS Group Aims for Big Business


During its meetings, members of
the Alliance of Business Leaders
(ABL), keep it professional and to
the point. The conversation during
the hour they meet every other week
is strictly business-oriented. Yes,
there is time for socializing and
grabbing that morning cup of coffee
before the meeting starts; however,
as soon as the clock strikes 8:00 a.m.,
there is no more small talk. The
conversation swings to big business.
The Alliance of Business Leaders
set up their LEADS Group to con-


centrate on finding those referrals
that are business to business relat-
ed. "By approaching each persons
business with a personal interest
and commitment, every member is
set to succeed much faster than can
be accomplished by any one of our
representatives individually," said
Flint Anderson, Phlint Rock Indus-
tries and co-Leader of ABL. "To
truly accomplish the accelerated
growth of each of our businesses is
the ultimate goal of ABL."
One aspect of the group that


makes it unique is its cell groups.'
After an initial "housekeeping" dis-
cussion at the beginning of the
house, the group breaks into small-
er groups of three or four. This gives
members time to learn more about
fellow members' businesses and
clientele. "Wit.h a unique 'Cellular
Networking' approach to the busi-
ness of cooperation we are position-
ing all members associated with the
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group for future, fast paced success.
As a group we are working together
to take our businesses to the next.
level," said Seana Pittman, TSE
Sports & Entertainment and co-
Leader of the group.
ABL meets every other Tuesday
at Coffee Creations on Wells Road.
For more information on the group.
contact Maria Aselage at 264-0718
or at maselage,'-claychamber.com.


The Alliance of Business Leaders are [from left to right Raymond LaBella, LaBella Law Firm; Will
Lombard, Seventhman; Lynn Meares, AFLAC; Susi Pittman. Fleming Island Concierge Travel: Richard
Hamilton, Creative Crush; Seana Pittman, TSE Sports and Entertainment: ion Thrasher. C & H Print-
ing; Elaine Umbaugh, Atlantic Coast Federal; Donna Ricciardelli, Sign-A-Rama; Flint Anderson, Phlint
Rock Industries, Inc.; Bill Hopkins, Winning Concepts; Mark Aston, US LEC; and Belinda Ganey, Pro-
Paid Legal

Orange Park and Blanding Councils

Merge into One Group


Lynn Meares, AFLAC; Susi Pittman, Fleming Island Concierge Travel; and Elaine Umubaugh, Atlantic
Coast Federal are in the same cell group where they learn more about each others businesses.




Survey Winner


Anne Boyle with Barks-A-Lot.
Inc. wins the $50 gift certificate
courtesy of Keeble's Seafood &
Steak Masters Inc. at 799-1 Bland-
ing Blvd. in Orange Park. Every


Chamber Member that completed
the Chamber's Online Membership
Sur-vey was eligible for the drawing
and Anne Boyle was our lucky win-
ne:r Congratulations Amne!


Anne Bovle of Barks-A-Let, Inc. shows off her gift certicate to Keeble's Sealood a Steak
Masters restaurant.


The Orange Park Area Business
Council and Blanding Area Busi-
ness Council have merged into one
group. The name of the new group
is the North Area Business Council.
The North Area Council will meet
for lunch on the third Wednesday of
the month at. various places in the
Orange Park and Blanding commu-
nities.
Installation of officers will be held
during the October meeting which
is scheduled for October 19th and
will be held at Carrabba's. The offi-
cers for the North Area Council for
the 2005/2006 fiscal years are:
Chairperson Marge Hutton
Vice-Chairperson- Mark Carillon
Secretary Frank Houle
Treasurer Donnette Bruno
Program Chairpersons Bill
Pipes & Carol Taylor
Other Board Members include:


Jane DiLoreto (Past President)
Curt Cavins (Past President)
Jerry Scally
Jon Cant.rell
Dawna Berlin
SCindy Boscynak
SBill Hopkins
Nancy Alberts
In place of the Blanding Breakfast,
the Chamber will host a quarterly
breakfast. The breakfasts will be
held on the second Wednesday of the
first month of ever quarter beginning
in January 2006 (January 11th. April
12th, July 12th, October 1lth).
The North Area Council Chair-
man-Elect sees the merger as a win-
win for everyone. "Combining the
councils will open many doors for
Chamber members," said Marge
Hutton. "It is a great opportunity
for networking and for building our
Chamber community."


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AMajor Attention for Minor Emergencies

o one looks forward to a trip to the Emergency recognized the need to ensure fast, appropriate care Care aj
Department but if you are like most people you may for all medical emergencies. To help meet this need, We pro
need to make that trip at some point in 'our life the hospital expanded and relocated its Priority that helps t
If whether for yourself or for someone you love. Care, which has its own emergency physician and saves lives'
Have you ever wondered exactly what is an emer- nursing staff to exclusively treat patients with minor can better


genc'? A medical emergency is any condition that
needs medical rreatnent innmediarely and can wait
for a routine doctor's risit. Emergencies, however,
come in all shapes and sizes.
A medical emergency can cover a wide \ariery of
medical problems from a bee sting to a heart attack.
The professionals at Orange Park Medical Center


emergencies.
Priority Care's philosophy is to provide immedi-
ate attention to patients with minor emergencies.
Priority Care patients are not vying for attention
with the more serious emergencies. The goal of the
program is to reduce wait times for all patients visit-
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Mixing & Mingling at Mercury Moon


Mercury Moon on CR-220 hosted
the August Networking Opportuni-
ties Mixer. Close to 100 people
mixed it up while enjoying drinks
and appetizers and the chance to
network with fellow Chamber
members.
Congratulations to Bobbi Nagle
for winning Chamber Bucks. She


took home a check for $200 just for
showing up to the social.
Be sure to mark your calendar for
next month's Chamber Connection
at Cypress Club and Ballroom.
There, you'll get the chance to net-
work with vendors. Additionally
you'll have the chance to win $200 in
Chamber Bucks.


Donna Ricciardelli of Sign-A-Rama, Carol Waters of New Beginnings and Elizabeth Newherg of
Elizabeth's Embroidery enjoy the appetizers at Mercury Moon.


"Chamber Bucks" Pays Off


We have another winner!! After
drawing only one name, Bobbi
Nagle with Unicorn Web Develop-
ment won the $200 at the August.
17th Networking Opportunities
After Hours Mixer at Mercury
Moon Grill & Bar.
Mark you calendar for our
Chamber Connection on Tuesday
September 13th at the Cypress
Club & Ballroom. The jackpot.
will start over again at $200

"'Chamber Bucks" Sponsored by:


AmSouth Bank
BB&T.Branch Banking
& Trust Co.
Community First Credit
Union
Compass Bank
First Florida Credit
Union
First National Bank
Heritage Bank of North
Florida
Prosperity Bank
VyStar Credit Union
Wachovia Bank


Keith Litterick of Make-n-Take Wines and Sue Gatlney of Svluan Learning Center talk at the Net-
working Mixer.


Teacher Resource Page
by LvnnGerlach.Al Write! asks for "gent ly used books" for
junior high students, but another
You hear it everywhere: People would love a set of 30 graphic cal-
come to Clay County because our culators with storage case, soft-
schools are ware. and
among the best in connectivity hubs.
Florida. That fact (That's the big ticket
instills pride, but item this month.)
there is another Many teachers re-
fact. Many of our quest basic supplies
teachers' class- :and paperback books.
room needs are One needs clipboards
unfunded. You B and another needs a
can do something specific map. Most
about that. teachers would love
The Clay Coun- to give away your
ty Chamber of Commerce has, on coupons as rewards for work well
its web site, an "Education" page. done or milestones reached.
One area of that page is "Teacher Fulfilling teacher requests is as
Resources." Click on that link to easy as logging on to the Chamber
find out what our county teachers website, clicking on Education and
are currently asking of the busi- Teacher Resources, and respond-
ness community. ing to a posted request. There are
The investment required to ful- currently about 30 requests post -
fill those needs ranges from "no ed; one of them is right for your
dollars" to $8,700, One teacher business.


Clay County Chamber of Commerce

Annual Dinner


John Tabor with AmSouth Bank presents Bobbi Nagle of Unicorn Web Development with a
200 cheek.


Thursday, October 27, 2005
at the
Cypress Club & Ballroom

Cocktails 6:30 p.m. ~ Program
& Dinner 7:15 p.m.

Installation of Officers, Awards
& Recognition

$50.00 per person

ALL MEMBERS INVITED!

Corporate Sponsor $600


Reserved table for 8
Program & Sponsor Board listing
Acknowledgment at event & in
Chamber Newsletter

Dinner Sponsor $200
2 Tickets
Program & Sponsor Board listing
Acknowledgement in Chamber
Newsletter

If you are interested in being a
sponsor, please contact Maria
Aselage at 264-0718, or email
maselage(5claychamber.com.


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Avoiding Networking Disasters


By ee Sackett, Chairman of Networking Opportu-
nities Commitee
When it comes to
natural disasters,
I've experienced
them all. From
earthquakes in Los
Angeles. to floods
in North Carolina
to being in the di-
rect path of several
hurricanes (the LeeSacken
current total is six);
I've seen the wrath of Mother
Nature.
While disasters are not complete-
ly avoidable; there are some things
you can do to miss them. Not look-
ing forward to having your home de-
stroyed by a cyclone? Steer clear of
Tornado Alley. Afraid of being
struck by lightning? Then definite-
ly stay away from Central Florida.
The same holds true to avoiding
networking disasters. While mis-
steps can occur to the best net-
workers, there are several things
you can do to circumvent many
catastrophes.
Bring the Right Attitude
SMutch like the development of any
skill, networking begins with atti-
tude. Unfortunately, ,some folks
bring the wrong attitude. If you've
ever attended a networking func-
tion before, perhaps you've encoun-
tered business people who act in
,the following ways:
The hard sell they believe net-
working is about one thing and one
thing only: selling products and
services to everyone in the room.
Business only they're not there
to make friends. They're not there
to have fun. And they're certainly


not interested in developing mutu-
ally valuable relationships.
Bottom Line: Attitude is funda-
mental to effective networking. In
fact, it's the most important factor
to avoid disaster.
Don't Deal the Deck
Have you ever seen people distrib-
ute 173 of their business cards dur-
ing the first 5 minutes of an event?'
"Here's my card, call me if you
need a designer! See yalater."
"But...I...never even found out
why I should!" you muse:
.Notice these Networking Disas-
ters don't spend time actually meet-
ing and establishing rapport. with
new people; but rather concentrate
on giving out as many cards as pos-
sible.
Bottom Line: Deal the deck and
you'll be remembered as fondly as
Hurricane Katrina.
Chose Your Company
I'll never forget a Chamber meet-
ing I attended in Raleigh,NC. I sat
with six other local business people
for a monthly networking lunch.
Naturally, the first thing I did was
.look at everyone's nametags. But
these were the nametags I saw:
ADM Financial, ADM'Financial,
ADM Financial, ADM Financial,
ADM Financial, ADM Financial,
Carpe DM. (Company name
changed to protect the victims.)
Networking Disasters not only at-
tend meetings with their friends
and/or coworkers, but they talk
and sit with them the entire time!
That's not a good technique to
maximize your company's
visibility.
Bottom Line: If you're networking
with YOTUR company you're net-
working with the WRONG company.


Engage In Small Talk
Networking Disasters forget
about the small-talk. It's a
waste of their time. They don't
ask or answer about "New and
exciting things happening at
work" or "How Thanksgiving
was," they simply jump right
into (whatthey believe to be)
the most important part of the
discussion: selling 17 of their
products before the announce-
ments start.
The people you want to do busi-
ness with are those with whom you
have built that rapport and trust.
So. small talk is not for losers.
Debra Fine, author of The Fine Art
of Small Talk put it best when she
said: "Small talk is the biggest talk
we do."
Bottom Line: Small talk can
provide BIG results!
Okay...looking to practice these
tips? Then grab your.best tropical
attire and try them out at our FREE
networking event, Chamber Con-
nections. This networking celebra-
tion, held on September 13 from
5:15 pm 7:15 pm at The Cypress
Club & Ballroom, will bring togeth-
er 150 -200 top business folks, free
gourmet food, great giveaways, and
a collection of top notch.sponsors
offering ideas and solutions to help
your business thrive. To make
things even more profitable, one
lucky Chamber member will win
$200.
The Cypress Club is located at 797
Blanding Boulevard in Orange
Park. Not a Chamber member but
interested in attending?: Simply:
e-mail me by September 12 at. net-
workingi ,dm-exlperts.com and we'll
save you a spot.


Area

Beautification

Committee

Update
By indyBosnyak, Area beautification
Committee Chair
As we get closer
to the big day of
"Clean Up Clay" on
Saturday, October
1st at 8:00 a.m., I
am still asking forl
volunteers to step
forward. We are
also looking for
sponsors for more
t-shirts. Our next Cindy Bosunak
meeting is Septem-
ber 21st and final pick up of your
items is Wednesday, September
28th. We are not only looking for
Chamber members, but church
groups, school clubs, homeowner
associations, etc. to help with this
county-wide project. Ifyou would
like to help, please. call the hotline
at 264-2531. We are providing
gloves, trash bags, t-shirts and bot-
tled water to those working on the
main street areas.' This is: also a
great opportunity for school stu-
dents to get community hours. As
this is our second year for this
event, we are looking for twice the
turn-out of last year. Come have
fun with us and remember KEEP
CLAY BEAUTIFUL!
We are also open to suggestions
or helping with your beautification
projects for your business. Please
call the Chamber office at
264-2651.


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Ambassador of the Month

Donnette Bruno


Donette Bruno is the Clay Coun-
ty Chamber of Conunerce's Ambas-
sador of the Month!
Donnet.te has been a resident of
Clay County for 12 years and a
member of the Clay County Cham-
ber of Commerce for several years.
In addition to being a Gold Ambas-
sador, Donnette serves on the Net-
working Opportunities Committee.
Donnette is an independent Insur-
ance Agent selling Annuities and Life
Insurance with AIG, Allianze and is in


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surance license. She is also associat-
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and tax service. Additionally, Don-
nette is affiliated with Health Fleet.
It provides health insurance needs to
the uninsurable. She decided to
work for the company after she was
deemed uninsurable. '
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are interested in learning more
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The Leadership Clay Class was able to relax for a few minutes at St. Margarets Church while Janet
Robinson gave a great history lesson onthe life of the St. Margaret.


Tourism Humanities Day was the
topic for the Leadership Clay's Au-
gust. meeting. Eve Szymanski, Clay
County Tourism Director planned
and coordinated a fantastic day.
The class started out with a his-
tory lesson from tour guide Doctor
Benjamin Franklin (aka Art Yea-
man). The first stop for the day
was the "Clarke Homestead" for a
visit with Bill Clarke (aka John
Bowles). Bill talked about the his-
tory of their family and why they
picked the Town of Orange Park in
which to settle. Green Cove
Springs was next on the day's agen-
da. The class visited the 1894 Clay
County Jail & Archives with Claude
Bass, and the River Park Inn Bed &
Breakfast with Pat-Garlinghouse.
Lunch was at Magnolia Point
Golf & Country Club. The food was


delicious and it gave the class a
chance to relax and enjoy the gor-
geous view of the golf course. After
lunch the class traveled to St. Mar-
garet's Church and had a great his-
tory lesson from Janet Robinson.
Eve wrapped up the day by having
the class tour the new Thrasher-
Home Center for the Arts with
Kathryn Wills.
Special thanks go out to Eve Szy-
manski for coordinating the day, to
Art Yeaman (Dr. Ben Franklin), John
Bowles, Claude Bass, Janet Robin-
son, Kathryn Wills and to the spon-
sors that made this day possible All
Write!, Wayne Bolla & Associates,
Clay Today Community Newspaper,
Magnolia Point Golf & Country
Club, and River Park Inn Bed &
Breakfast. THANK YOU SO
MUCH!


Leadership Clay Class held for questioning at the 1894 Clay County Jail.


Leadership Clay Class

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This year's Leadership Clay (from left to right) Greg Coop,
class recently donated a pressure Clay Family YMCA; Theresa
washer to the Safe Animal Shelter. Smith, CGS Consulting Engineers:
The washer will help the shelter Kerry Page. Clay Electric; Letha
with its day to day cleaning needs. Taylor, VyStar Credit Union; Dan
Pictured here presenting the gift Hilken, AmSouth Bank and Lois
to Laura Bardroff (white shirt) are Shaw, Affordable Marketing.


BUSINESS COUNCIL

MEETINGS


BLENDING BUSINESS
COUNCIL BREAKFAST
September 14, 2005
7:30 a.m.
Country Club of Orange Park
Speaker: Therese Yanochik
with the American Cancer Society
Cost: $10.00
Please RSVP by noon on
September 13th to 264-2651
ORANGE PARK BUSINESS
COUNCIL LUNCHEON
September 21, 2005
11:30 a.m.
Holiday Inn Orange Park
Speaker: Jerry Scally of Aaron
Group; Health Savings Accounts
Cost: $10.00


There will also be a $1000
Cash Giveaway
Please RSVP.by noon on
September 20th to 264-2651
MIDDLEBURG BUSINESS
COUNCIL LUNCHEON
October 6, 2005
11:30 a.m.
Cedar River Seafood
Speaker: Jill Buie, Community
Relations Manager,
Orange Park Medical Center
Topic: Healthy Clay County &
Installation of Officers
Cost: $10.00
Please RSVP by noon on
October 5th to
264-2651


Bill Clarke [a/k/a John Bowlesi and Ben Franklin (aka Art Veaman) discuss the family history of the
Clarke Homestead with the Leadership Clay Class.



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NEW MEMBERS


Broom, Moody, Johnson &
Grainger, Inc.
4309 Salisbury Avenue
Jacksonville. FL 32216
Ron Moody, 296-3000
Real Estate Appraisers

Douglas P. Conkey
2540 Sterling Oaks Court
Orange Park: FL 32073
272-4323
Individual

Belinda Ganey
2610 Loopridge Drive
Orange Park, FL 32065
465-6974
Legal Services

Onsite Environmental
Consulting, LLC
4355 Beverly Avenue
Jacksonville, FL 32210
Adam Hoyles, 384-7020
Environmental Consulting


SOrange Park Vacuums Unlimited
920-6 Blanding Blvd.
Orange Park, FL 32065
Alan Prather, 276-9191
Vacuum Sales & Repair
Reliant Advisors of Florida
2108 Park Ave., Ste. 120
Orange Park, FL 32073
Matt Justice. 449-0195
Consulting- Business

Robert Tisah & Associates
401A North Street
Green Cove Springs, FL 32043
Rosemary E. Messmore. 284-6662
Insurance-General

Deborah Summers-Walsh
4115 Everett Avenue
SMiddleburg, FL 32068
282-4261
Dental, Vision & Prescription
Plans


Area Beautification Business

ofthe Month


The Ravines Club and Lodge


Congratulations to The Ravines
Club and Lodge for being selected
as September's Area Beautification
Business of the Month.
The Ravines Club and Lodge,
"Florida's Mountain Course," is one
of the most spectacular natural golf
settings and best-kept secrets in
Florida. Ranked consistently
among the Top 20 golf courses in
Florida. The Ravines Club and


Lodge is nestled in a rolling terrain
of deep ravines and expansive
panoramas of emerald green fair-
ways bordered by a hardwood for-
est and scenic Black Creek.
The Ravines Club and Lodge is a
place where a person can leave wor-
ries behind. They take pride in its
outstanding service and quality. So.
visit the club and lodge and fall into
the arms of Mother Nature.
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Thank You for Investing in Your Chamber!!



Committee Calendar

September 12 4:04 p.m.
Networking Opportunities Committee Meeting
September 13 8:30 a.m.
Membership Committee Meeting
September 15 8:00 a.m.
Business& Health Expo Committee Meeting
September 15 4:00 p.m.
Chamber's Board of Directors Meeting
September 21 7:30 a.m.
Tourism Development Advisory Board Meeting
(Clarke Park)
September 21 5:00 p.m.
Area Beautification Committee Meeting
September 28 8:00 a.m.
Government Affairs Committee Meeting
October 5 8:00 a.m.
Ambassador Committee Meeting
October 6 3:30 p.m.
Business Council Chairman's Meeting
October 6 4:00 p.m.
Business Development Advisory Board Meeting
October 7 8:00 a.m.
Business Education Partnership Committee Meeting
October 10 Chamber Closed
Columbus Day
October 11 8:30 a.m.
Membership Committee Meeting
October 13 8:00 a.m.
Economic Development Advisory Board Meeting


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Bill Bohlke. Director of Business Development and staff members of the Ravines Club and Lodge
accept the Area Beautification Award.

Small Business of the Month

SunAmerica Securities Inc. &.

Family Wealth Advisors


CONGRATULATIONS to Jim
Cribb and Shirley Dyson with
SunAmerica Securities Inc. & Fam-
ily Wealth Advisors for being select-
ed as the September Small
Business of the Month.
Jim and Shirley are not only busy
with their growing company, but
also stay active throughout the Clay
County community and state. AIG
SunAmerica Securities, Inc. (soon
to be AIG Financial Advisors. Inc.)
has been the broker dealer they


have been affiliated with since 1988.
Family Wealth Advisors was estab-
lished in 1999 while Shirley joined
the firm in 2001.
Also pictured are the sales assis-
tants. Alex Whipple and Erin Ben-
nett. Alex is a senior at Middleburg
High School who participated in
Career Shadowing which led to his
addition to the firm. Erin is a senior
at the University of North Florida
who came to the firm highly recom-
mended by a Chamber member.


SunAmerica Securities Inc. a Family Wealth Advisors is named Small Business of the Month. Alex
Whipple, Jim Cribb. Shirley Dyson, and Erin Bennett accept the award.


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New Beginnings
Carol Waters (LMT) is the owner
of New Beginnings. The business
helps people deal with stress by
using massage therapy, hypnosis
Sand meditation.
The treatments include a deep
relaxation massage using color
therapy, balancing the body's ener-
gy and allowing the body to release
unwanted tension and pain. Hyp-


Shake's Frozen Custard
Shake's Frozen Custard held its
Ribbon Cutting in August in cele-
bration of opening its store. It's lo-
cated at 960 Blanding Boulevard.
Frozen Custard was created over
100 years ago.' The product takes
home-made ice cream and makes it
a creamer, richer tasting dessert.


nosis is also a tool for learning how
to relax and for making changes in
a person's life. It can be an incred-
ible process of letting go of nega-
tive thought processes or for
whatever keeps someone from
being the person he or she would
like to be.
You can learn more about New
Beginnings and its services at (904)
703-8669.
SCarol Waters, sur-
rounded by Chamber
Ambassador's, cuts
PK. the ribbon in celebra-
S tion of opening her
business "New Begin-
nings."


Shake's Frozen Custard was found.-
ed in Joplin, MO, in 1991 by Don
and Debbie Osborne. They worked
to perfecting the product while also
devising a system which concen-
trates on providing the high quali-
ty, freshly made product to
customers in a friendly
atmosphere.


WorkSource
WorkSource. the regional work-
force development organization,
has a new Career Center at Fleming
Island Business Park. The new ad-
dress is 1845 Town Center Blvd.
Building 150. The phone number is
the same: (904) 213-3888.
The Center provides services to
job seekers, information on filing


Richard R. Norman, Inc.
SRichard R. Norman, Inc., a build-
ing contracting firm specializing in-
the hazard insurance industry since
1985, marked its upcoming opening
in mid-September of its new of-
fice/warehouse condominium facili-
ty with a ribbon cutting ceremony
on August 30th. The company spe-
cializes in all phases of hazard in-
surance renovation and restoration,
-as well as new construction.


Richard Norman, sur- E
rounded by family and -
friends, cut the ribbon
in front of his new office
in Green Cove Springs,


unemployment claims, access to
labor market and salary informa-
tion, assessments and a computer
resource room for updating re-
sumes and conducting internet re-
search. With this new center,
WorkSource creates a presence
near the growth in Clay County.
greatly enhancing its capacity to
serve the local community.

Pat McGovern, Board of
County Commissioners,
officially opens the new
WorkSouce location on
I Fleming Island. Also pic-
tured among the Chamber
Ambassador's (from left
to right] are lake Schick-
el, WorkSource Chairman
of the Board; Bruce Fergu-
1: Ma son, WorkSouce Presi-
dent; and State
Representative Jennifer
Carroll.

The new office is located at 3516
Enterprise Way, Suite #1, in the
Harbor Road Industrial Park locat-
ed at Magnolia Point in Green Cove
Springs. The Contracting firm will
occupy one of eight office/ware-
house condominium spaces in the
16,000 sq. ft. facility. The remaining
seven units in the Norman Business
Park are currently being offered for
sale through listing agent, Blaine
Rabe, at Plantana Realty, Inc.


Art Shuster, owner, cuts the ribbon at the new Shake's Frozen Custard on
Blanding Boulevard.


News About Our Members

(This section is for announcing awards, new
Locations, or relocations of your business)
Nancy Alberts with Individual- advocates business ethics in Flori- teams of the past d(
ized Education Services, Inc. re- da. The Florida Council on Busi- the 1995 Columbus C]
c eived the Small Business Person of ness Ethics (FCBE) announced the 1998 New Britain Roc
the Year Award from the US SBA appointment of Hutchings;,who will WorkSource will tr
for her contributions and achieve- officially serve as: its' "Business young people to help
ments to an entrepreneurial spirit Strategist." The FCBE is a for work in demand i
that fosters growth. statewide political action commit- part of over $600,00
Carpe DM was recently selected tee that advocates on behalf of ceived from Workforc
by the Clay County Chamber of small and medium sized businesses, The organization w
Commerce to help promote the and targets illicit "bust-out" activi- workforce regions in
new Small Business Resource Cen- ties designed to deceive business awarded the Florida
ter to local area entrepreneurs. owners and eventually threaten the ployment Solutions
The agency will design, write, and positive growth of Florida's busi- tBEST) grant. The
produce high-impact rack cards niess environment .used to train worker
which will be available at local of- Jacksonville Magazine is accept- touring plants and hel
fice supply stores, banks, retail ing nominations for their "25 Corn- skills of workers in t
outlets, and other high traffic parties that Care" Award. The industry. The gran
areas. award recognized local companies program to train stu
John Driggers, Executive Direc- that give their most to their em- ing career academic'
tor of Life Care Center of Orange ployees the time and opportunities Florida for jobs in he
Park was recently named Florida to make our. community a better struction. and auto
Health Care Association's Adminis- place in which to live. Nomination They will partner wit]
trator of the Year. This prestigious forms and .sponsor packets are the regional economic
award is given to an administrator 'available online at www.jack- partnership, and oth
at a skilled nursing facility in Flori- sonvillemag.com. Nomination agencies to provide
da and is chosen by a conference deadline is October 1st. mentoring services fo:
committee from a pool of about The Jacksonville Suns were after training. The
1,000 administrators, named the Most Talented Team in also target disable
Diane Hutchings with Prudential Minor League.Baseballby Baseball those making a trar
Financial, who serves as :Chairman America;in its August 29th publica- juvenile justice system
of Membership/Investor Relations tion: Jacksonville's 2005 team was also includes over $21
of the Chamber was recently ap- compared.by Baseball America to for training workers
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ain around 200
them prepare
industries with
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Hope Allenson
Allstate Insurance/Tom
Blinstrub
Area Communications Company
Bennett's Business Systems
Billy's Place
BJ's Wholesale Club
Community Hospice of
Northeast Florida
Course Construction
Company, Inc.
Goodwill Industries of North
Florida, Inc.
Grace Episcopal Day School
(PK-6th grade)
Home Instead Senior Care
PCI Employment Services
Peninsular Pest Control Service
Inc.
Pointe Medical Services, Inc.
PostNet
Pressed4Time
Harold Rutledge
Southland Waste Systems
Sprint Store'
Target Marketing Inc.
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By Clay Today staff
1;. STARKE A shlortl drie can have great
rewa i rds. 101oI ni't ha\ e tot ightan\ utaf-
fic driving thi ough the counu\ side past
NMiddlebiur. 1and Calmp Blanding. In a
manvi are minaking ltheil wa) t Bill _dams
Che\ rolet in Stai ke.
From Savannah. Ga. to St. -rLAugustine.
known a, h eJac ksonm ille Zone. di, deal-
ership has ranked number two mi cus-
toniei satisfaction.
All of the ser% ice technicians are
General Motor_. certified and the sale,
consultants adhere to a strict code of
ethics de\ eloped by the National Auto
Dealer. Association.
As a recipient of the 21003 tGeneral
Motors Mark of Excellence Award for
in F D-i R a Exceeding Sales Objecti es and Cus-
e i ctomer Satisfaction Levels, die dealership
ha sset ver~ high goals fo the future.
With a history\ in tile ,indtustr of
more than 341 yearns, dams' last 17 ears
were spent in St. ANugustine as general
manager for the Cadilla c (IOldmobile
Niskan dealership.
S Adam is isa meinber f the Boa ad of
Directors for the Bradford Co()Uit\ Edu-
cational Foumndatrion wherl he, in Conl-
junction with t hl Che Chem lht MNotorcar
Division, has provided academy In Ic schol-
arships to area stude nts. In addition,. he is
... .a road member for the RotarI C(lub. a
-- -spnso of the local Pop Watrner football
STrFF PHOTO team. and is in\ol\ ed with the University
Dealer Bill Adams, left; Sales Manager Tom Adams, Salesmen Ken Fahrny and Joe f Fl!orida .Adiletic Association.
Helsinki; Finance Director Rick Rielli and Salesmen Mike Williams and Bill Hermans
offer outstanding customer satisfaction, say clients. BILL ADAMS couuimfild Oic pa.ll C-2
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Adams is looking to the future. He
plans to build a new Chevrolet dealer-
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an excellent reputation as the dealer-
ship to go to for a great deal. Take Shane
Matthews, for instance. Matthews
knows the importance of trust. As the
former quarterback for the University
of Florida Gators and current NFL
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1999 Acura 3.2 TL, Leather, Sunroof, AT,
AC, Extra Clean, $12,999. Call Frank
Griffin at 269-1033
1999 Acura 2.3 CL Coupe, Leather. Sun-
roof, Looks Brand New, Must See, $9,999.
Call Frank Griffin at 269-1033
2004 Acura RSX, automatic,pewter in
color, save over new, low miles $19,465.
Call Ash Tisdelle at 269-2617
2002 BMW Z3 3.0 liter, auto, black on
palomino, beautiful car only 28k-$26,945.
Call Ash Tisdelle at 269-2617
2001 BMW 325CIC CONVT,whice with
beige leather,auto,priced to. sell. @
$24,900. Call Ash Tisdelle at 269-2617
2001 Buick LeSabre. $12,999 Call Bill
Adams Chevrolet of Starke at 1-888-4-I-
CHEVY
2003 Buick Century, $12,777. Call Bill
Adams Chevrolet of Starke at 1-888-4-1-
CHEVY
2004 Chevy Malibu Classic, $11,888.
Call Bill Adams Chevrolet of Starke at I-
888-4-I-CHEVY
2005 Chevy Impala,$16,988. Call Bill
Adams Chevrolet of Starke at 1-888-4-1-
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2005 Chevy Malibu, new body style, 4
Cyl, AT, AC, power windows, cruise, door
locks, CD, great gas mileage, factory war-
ranty, 2 to choose from. SAVE $$$.. Call
Hart Green Motors, on Wells Road at
215-9500
2005 Chevy Cavalier, 14k miles,
$10,682. Call Garber Automall at 264-
2442
2005 Chevy Malibu, 9k miles, $16,625.
Call Garber Automall at 264-2442


2002 Dodge Intrepid. V6. Spoiler, loaded,
53k miles, was $10.495, Now $8995. Call
Ray Carter Kia at 771-6078
2005 Dodge Magnum. AT. AC. PW. PL,
Tilt, Cruise, CD, Alloys. $18,381. Call
Mike Shad Nissan of Orange Park at I-
877-208-6635
2004 Dodge Intrepid, Auto, AC, PW, PL,
Clean. Call Rightway Automotive Credit
at 284-0028. Ask for Glen.
2005 Dodge Neon SXT, Spoiler. Alloys,
AT, AC, Like New, $11,999. Call Frank
Griffin at 269-1033
2004 Dodge Stratus SXT, Spoiler, Alloy
Wheels, PW, PL, Tilt, Cruise, CD, $1 1,997.
Call Frank Griffin at 269-1033.
2004 Dodge Stratus SXT, Loaded, Low
Miles, Like New, Must See! $11,900. Call
Frank Griffin at 269-1033
2002 Ford Taurus, Auto, Ac, PW, PL,
ready family. Call Rightway Automotive
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Call Garber Automall at 264-2442
2005 Ford Focus ZX4. 9380 miles.
$13,169 Call Garber Automall at 264-
2442
2005 Ford Taurus. 18k miles. $12,687.
Call Garber Automall at 264-2442
2005 Ford Taurus SE, AT. AC. PW. PL.
Tilt. Cruise. Low Miles. A Steal. $11,999.
Call Frank Griffin at 269-1033
2003 Ford Focus ZX3. loaded. wheels.
auto. 37k miles, was $11,495, now $9495.
Call Ray Carter Kia at 771-6078
2000 Ford Mustang GT. leather, loaded.
low, low miles, 21k miles, was $13,995,
Now $12,995. Call Ray Carter Kia at
771-6078
1999 Honda CRV LX 4 Dr, 4 cyl, AT,
AC, power, package, great gas mileage.
$9,488. Call Hart Green Motors, on
Wells Road at 215-9500
2002 Honda Accord EX V6, Leather,
Sunroof, Spoiler, Fully Loaded, $15,999.
Call Frank Griffin at 269-1033
2002 Honda Civic. automatic, super clean.
gas buster! only $1 1,985. Call Ash Tisdelle
at 269-2617
2002 Hyundai Sonata LX. all the toys.
43k miles, was $12,695, Now $9995. Call
Ray Carter Kia at 771-6078
2004 Kia Amanti, 19k miles, looks great.
was $21,495, .now $17,995. Call Ray
Carter Kla at 771-6078
2001 Mazda Miata Conv LS, Toys and
59k miles, was $14,395 Now $12,495. Call
Ray Carter Kia at 771-6078
2004 Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder, low
miles, 2 to choose. Call Rightway Auto-
motive Credit at 284-0028. Ask for Glen.
2002 Mazda 626 ES V6, AT, AC. PW. PL.
Tilt, Cruise, Leather, Cass, CD, Sunroof.
$10,881. Call Mike Shad Nissan of Or-
ange Park at 1-877-208-6635
2002 Mitsubishi Eclipse, AT, AC, PW,
PL, Tilt, Cruise, CD, Alloys, Sunroof
$ 10,88 1. Call Mike Shad Nissan of Or-
ange Park at 1-877-208-6635
2003 Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder GTS
SConv; AT, AC, PW, PL, Tilt, Cruise,
Leather, CD, Alloys. $18,981. Call Mike
Shad Nissan of Orange Park at 1-877-
2 08-6635
2004 Mercury Sable, 16k miles, $13,523.
Call Garber Automall at 264-2442
1993 Mercedes Benz 300D, diesel, well
taken care of, plenty of life left for only
$8,995. Call Ash Tisdelle at 269-2617
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2005 Chevy Impala. 16k miles, $14,982.
Call Garber Automall at 264-2442
2005 Chevy Cavalier, 12k miles,
$1 1,489. Call Garber Automall at 264-
2442
2002 Chrysler PT Cruiser Touring Edi-
tion, sporty and a gas saver, stk #5018, only
$9,888. Call Hart Green Motors, on
Wells Road at 215-9500
2003 Chrysler 300M, Leather. Sunroof.
Alloy Wheels, Every Possible Option. Extra
Clean, $12,999. Call Frank Griffin at
269-1033
2003 Chrysler Sebring Conv, AT, AC,
PW. PL. Tilt, Cruise, Leather. Alloys. CD.
$13,981. Call Mike Shad Nissan of Or-
ange Park at 1-877-208-6635
2001 Chrysler PT Cruiser Limited. 33k
miles, loaded, was $12.695. Now $10,465.
Call Ray Carter Kia at 771-6078


2003 Ford Focus ZX5, auto, AC, PW. PL,
Cd, like new, 16k miles. Call Rightway Au-
tomotive Credit at 284-0028. Ask for
Glen.
2000 Ford Contour 4 Dr, AT. Ac. nice
car, save gas on a great mileage maker.
$4,988. Call Hart Green Motors, on
Wells Road at 215-9500
2002 Ford Focus ZX3, great on gas, stk
#4909, serviced and ready for new owner,
$5,950. Call Hart Green Motors, on
Wells Road at 215-9500
2002 Ford Focus SE, AT. AC, Alloy
Wheels. Fully Loaded, Only 20k Miles.
$8,499. Call Frank Griffin at 269-1033
2002 Ford Thunderbird, V8, Removable
Top, $25,990. Call Bill Adams Chevrolet
of Starke at 1-888-4-I-CHEVY
2003 Ford Thunderbird. 18k miles.
$25,982. Call Garber Automall at 264-
2442
2004 Ford Taurus, 35k miles, $11,622.
Call Garber Automall at 264-2442
2005 Ford Focus ZX4, 17k miles,
$13,123. Call Garber Automall at 264-
2442
2004 Ford Taurus, 29k miles. $12,426.
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2000 Nissan Sentra GXE 4 Dr, AT. AC.
power p Hart Green Motors, on Wells Road at
215-9500
2005 Pontiac G6, 8k, $19,384. Call Gar-
ber Automall at 264-2442
2002 Pontiac Sunfire, 4 Dr, Automatic,
27k miles. Call Rightway Automotive
Credit at 284-0028. Ask for Lena.
2003 PT Cruiser, Auto, AC, Extra Clean.
Call Rightway Automotive Credit at 284-
0028. Ask for Glen.
2005 Pontiac Grand Am, V6, Extra
Clean, 29k miles. Call Rightway Automo-
tive Credit at 284-0028. Ask for Glen..
2005 Pontiac Sunfire, 9k miles,$ I 1,998:
Call Garber Automall at 264-2442
2005 Pontiac Sunfire, 10k miles,
$11,263. Call Garber Automall at 264-
2442


1999 Porsche Boxster Conv, 5 Spd, PW,
PL, CD, Low Miles, Excellent Cond, Must
See, $18,979. Call Frank Griffin at 269-
1033
2003 PT Cruiser Touring, AC, PW, PL,
Tilt, Cruise, Loaded, Only 15k Miles,
$9,499. Call Frank Griffin at 269-1033
2004 Pontiac Sunfire, $8,995. Call Bill
Adams Chevrolet of Starke at 1-888-4-1-
CHEVY
2002 Pontiac Bonneville SLE, loaded,
leather, 38k miles, was $16,465 .now
$14,995. Call Ray Carter Kia at 771-
6078
2004 Pontiac Grand Prix GTP, a steal,
33k miles, was $16,995, Now $15,495.
Call Ray Carter Kia at 771-6078
2002 Pontiac Grand Am, V6, Wheels,


Toys. 28k miles, was $11,495 now $9495.
Call Ray Carter Kia at 771-6078
2004 Pontiac Grand Am. V6. Wheels.
Roys, 19k miles, was $1.3,995; Nov.
$1 1,495. Call Ray Carter Kia at 77l-
6078
2002 Saturn SLI, $8,999. Call Bill
Adams Chevrolet of Starke at 1-888-4-1-
CHEVY
2004 Saab 9-5 Arc edition,only 5k,red
with palomino leather 12k under
new,$26,900. Call Ash Tisdelle at 269-
2617
2005 Scion XB, 15K, 5 spd, hard to find
with a manual, only $1-4,900. Clean! Call
Ash Tisdelle at.269-2617'
2001 Toyota Celica, AT, AC, PW, PL,
Tilt, Cruise, CD, Sunroof, Alloys. $11,481.
Call Mike Shad Nissan of Orange Park
at 1-877-208-6635


2003 Toyota Corolla S, sporty, PW, PL,
CD, Cass, moonroof, 34k miles. Call Right-
way Automotive Credit at 284-0028. Ask
for Josh..
2004 Toyota Echo 4 Dr, AT, 4 cyl. facco-
ry warranty;, ir conditioned. Over 35 miles
per gallon, must see. $1,988. Call Hart
Green Motors, on Wells Road at 215-
9500
2003 Toyota Camry LE. $14,995. Call
Bill Adams Chevrolet of Starke at 1-888-
4-1-CHEVY
2005 Toyota Corolla S, 14k; $13,898.
Call Garber Automall at 264-2442
1999 Volkswagen Jetta GLS, Sunroof,
leather, Alloys, AC, PW, PL, Cruise, CD,
Low Miles, Extra Clean, $9,999. Call
Frank Griffin at 269-1033


2000 Volkswagen Bug, All Power Op-
utons. Clean Car. $6,999. Call Frank Grif-
fin at 269-1033
2003 Volkswagen Golf GL 4 Dr, AT.
AC, PW, 4 cyl. see it you'll buy it, trade in.
Serviced and ready to go. $11,988. Call
Hart Green Motors, on Wells Road at
215-9500
2002 Volvo V70 wagon, good miles,
super clean, Volvo safety for $22,965. Call
Ash Tisdelle at 269-2617
2002 Volkswagen Turbo S New Bee-
tie, low miles; own the bad boy beetle for
only $16,975. Call Ash Tisdelle at 269-
2617
2003 Volkswagen New Beetle Con-
vertible, auto, black with beige leather,
drop top fun"for only $19,945. Call Ash
Tisdelle at 269-2617
2004Volkswagen I ouareg V8, loaded.
low miles, factory.warranty, for only
$37,900. Call Ash Tisdelle at 269-2617
1999 Volkswagen New Beetle, auto.,
super student car for only $10,965. Call
Ash Tisdelle at 269-2617-
2003 Volkswagen Passat GLS, 1.8turbo,
leather.loaded for only $19,965 Call Ash
Tisdelle at 269-2617







2002 Chevy Avalanche 4x4 Northface,
AT, AC, PW, PL, Tilt, Cruise, Leather, CD,


01 Buick LeSabre 96 Dodge Grand Caravan 98 Chevolet Blazer LS
4 Dr, V6,.Auto; AC, PS, PW, PL, TW, CC, 4 Dr, V6,.Aul~ AC, 4 Door ''o, uto. AC PW, PL,-T,
CD, LeathC ;.-.1llc. Pa. PL,T.,y, Casj- trc, -iios CC.CD. lic,s
$8,995 $4,995 $7,595

95 Isuzu Rodeo 4x4 99 Chevrolet Blazer LT 94 Buick Park Ave.
4 Dr, 5Spd, 4 Dr, '.0, 4uto, PS, P'., PL, 4Dr V' '".uto AC PS. P'..,
AC, Alloys TAr,,-CC, CD, Leather PL, CC, Alloys

5,995 $7,595 $3,995

00 Mercury Mountaineer 01 Toyota Tacoma 4x4 00 Oldsmobile Alero
4 Dr, V8, Auto, AC, PS, PW, PLTW, ;2Dr-4X4, 4 Cyl, 4 Dr, 4Cyl, Auto, AC
CC, CD, Leather, Alloys 5Spd,AC TW PW, PL,-CC,-Leather, Alloys

$9,995 $9,995 $5,995

99 Dodge Durango STL 97 Jeep Grand Cherokee 1 Oldsmobile Silhouette-
4 Dr, V8, Auto, AC, PW, PL, 4 Dr, V6; Auto, AC, .. 4 Dr V6, Aijto, AC,:PWPL, -
TW, CC, CD,. Alloys. PW, PL, CD, Leather, Alloys T1\, CD, Alloys

$9,995 $3,995 $9,595

97 Chevrolet Malibu LS 00 Jeep Grand Cherokee 94 Ford Explorer XLT
4 Dr, V6, Auto, AC, PW, PL, TV, 4 Dr, V6, Auto, AC, PW,.PL, 4 Dr, V6, uto, AC, PW, PL
C- Cass. Alls TW, CC, Cass, CD, Alloys W, CC, Cassette, Alloys
S$4995 l$11,995 $4, 995

95 Nissan Pathfinder. 97 Mazda Millenia 95 Nissan Quest
4 Dr, 4X4, V6, Auto AC 4 Dr, V6,Auto, AC, PS, PW, PL, 4 Dr, V6, Auto, AC,PS,PW, PL, TW
PW, PL, TW, CC, CD, Leather, Alloys TW, CC, CD, Leather, Alloys CC, CD, Leather, Alloys

$4,995 $4,995 $4,995

01 Mercury Sable 00 Pontiac Grand Am 98 Dodge Stratus
4 Dr, V6, ,Auto, tAC, PS, PW, PL, 4 Dr, 4 C), 4 Dr 4 C-luto,, PoC, PW,
TW, CC, CD, Leather, Alloys Auto, AC PL, TW, CC, Cass
$9,595 $6,995 $ s5,995

00 Chrysler Cirrus LX 98 Geo Metro 00 Chevrolet Malibu
4 Dr, 4 Cyl, Auto, AC, PW, PL, .4 Dr, 4 CylI Auto, AC 4 Dr, V6, Auto, AC, TW,
TWCC, Cass CC, Cass., Alloys .
$7,995 $3,595 $7,995






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Alloys. $20,991. Call Mike Shad Nissan
of Orange Park at 1-877-208-6635
Chevy Silverado Ext Cab LT 4x4, black
beauty, local trade in, serviced and ready to
go! $12,488. Call Hart Green Motors, on
Wells Road at 215-9500
2003 Chevy 2500 4x4. 70k miles.
$28,980. Call Garber Automall at 264-
2442.
2004 Chevy Silverado. 37k miles.
$19,698. Call Garber Automall at 264-
2442
2002 Chevy Silverado. 59k miles,
$16,1 20. Call Garber Automall at 264-
2442
2005 Chevy Trailblazer, 16k miles.
$22,399. Call Garber Automall at 264-
2442
2005 Chevy Trailblazer,- 14k miles,
$22,625. Call Garber Automall at 264-
2442.
2005 Chevy Trailblazer. 17k miles.
$22,043. Call Garber Automall at 264-
2442
2001 Chevrolet Tahoe LS, only
32k,white w/grey. leather compare' at
$19,900. Call Ash Tisdelle at 269-2617
2005 Chevy Uplander, 9k miles,
$22,421. Call Garber Automall at 264-
_2442
2003 Chevy Silverado 4x4, 56k miles,
$21,828. Call Garber Automall at 264-
2442
2004 Chevy Silverado 4x4, 23k miles.
$21,798. Call Garber Automall at 264-
2442 .-
1998 Chevy C 1500, 84k miles. $10,758.
Call Garber Automall at 264-2442
2005 Chevy Tahoe 4x4, 3k miles.
$33,968. Call Garber Automall at 264-
2442
2003 Chevy Silverado, 43k miles.
$20,390. Call Garber Automall at 264-
2442
2003 Chevy. Cargo Van, 34k miles.
$ 14,923. Call Garber Automall at 264-
2442.
2002 Chevrolet Suburban LS 1500,
K.B.B. $23,995 Rightway Automotive
Credit Price Only $21,887 Call 284-0028.
Ask for Glen. ,
2004 Chevrolet Trailblazer, only 33k
miles Call Rightway Automotive Credit at
284-0028. Ask for Dean.
2001 Chevy Silverado 4x4. 56k miles.
$J4,895. Call Garber Automall at 264-
2442
2005 Chevy Venture Van, 27k miles,
$1 5,623. Call Garber Automall at 264-
2442
2003 Chevy Silverado, 51k miles.
$17,583. Call Garber Automall at 264-
2442
2002 Chevy Silverado, 36k miles,
$20,613. Call Garber Automall at 264-
2442
2005 Chevy Trailblazer,; 14k miles,
$22,389. Call Garber Automall at 264-
2442
2000 Chevrolet Blazer, 2dr, automatic,
clean, only 69k for $7,950. Call Ash Tis-
delle at 269-2617
2005 Chevrolet Colorado pickup, four
door, automatic, brand new for $16,900.
Call Ash Tisdelle at 269-2617
200 'Chevy Silverado, 56k miles,
$26,998. Call Garber Automall at 264-
2442
2005 Chevy Silverado, 35k miles,
$22,077. Call Garber Automall at 264-
2442
2002 Chevy Silverado, 42k miles, $14,268.
Call Garber Automall at 264-2442
2004 Chevrolet Silverado 4 Dr, AT, V8,
AC, PW, PL, Low Miles, $16,999. Call
Frank Griffin at 269-1033
2003 Chevy Tahoe Z71, $25,990. Call
Bill AdamsChevrolet of Starke at 1-888-
4-I-CHEVY
2003 Chevy Silverado 1500, $24,877.
Call Bill.Adams Chevrolet ofStarke at I-
888-4-I-CHEVY
2004 Chevy Avalanche, Loaded, sunroof,
9k miles. $28,888. Call Bill Adams
Chevrolet of Starke at 1-888-4-1-CHEVY
2004 Chevy-2500; Only 700 miles, HD
Duramax Diesel. $33,988. Call Bill Adams
Chevrolet of Starke at I-888-4-I-CHEVY
2002 Chevy Blazer X-Treme, $12,999.
Call Bill Adams Chevrolet of Starke at I-
888-4- -CHEVY


2005 Chevy Astro Van, $19,777. Call
Bill Adams Chevrolet of Starke at 1-888-
4-I-CHEVY
2003 Chevy Suburban, $22,999. Call
Bill Adams Chevrolet ofStarke at 1-888-
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2004 Chevy Blazer, Only 8k miles!
$17,488. Call Bill Adams Chevrolet of
Starke at 1-888-4-I-CHEVY
2003 Chevy Suburban LT, $25,777.
Call Bill Adams Chevrolet f Starke at I-
888-4-I-CHEVY
2004 Chrysler Pacifica Touring, 3rd
row seats, alloy wheels fully loaded,
$17,999. Call Frank Griffin at 269-1033
2001 Dodge Laramie SLT 1500, reg
cab, V8, AT, AC, PW, cruise, trailer tow, a
very nice truck, priced to sell at $9,988.
Call Hart Green Motors, on Wells Road
at 215-9500
2002 Dodge Dakota SLT Club Cab, V8,
AT, AC, 2 wheel drive, a great truck with a
great price. Won't last at $10,988. Call
Hart Green Motors, on Wells Road at
215-9500
2004 Dodge Durango SLT, all new body
style, what a fabulous SUV. blue in color,:
too many features to list. price though is
only $17,988. Call Hart Green Motors,
on Wells Road at 215-9500


2001 Dodge Durango, clean, $9,985.
Call Ash Tisdelle at 269-2617
1999 Dodge Ram 1500 Magnum V8,
ext cab, AT. AC. PW. PL. work ready. Call
Rightway Automotive Credit at 284-
0028. Ask for Glen.
2005 Dodge Grand Caravan SXT,
power sliding doors. power liftgate, alloy
wheels, AC, PW, PL. Tilt, cruise, loaded,
$19,999. Call Frank Griffin at 269-1033
2004 Dodge Durango SLT 4x4,:Ac, PW,
PL, tilt. cruise power seat, alloys, 3rd row
seating. $18,999. Call Frank Griffin at
269-1033
2003 Dodge Ram 4x4, 43k miles;
$23,862. Call Garber Automall at 264-
2442
2005 Dodge Ram, 18k miles, $21,389.
Call Garber Automall at 264-2442
1998 Dodge Ram 1500 Quad Laramie
SLT, Only 60k miles. AT, Low Miles. A
Must See. $10,999. Call Frank Griffin at
269-1033
2005 Dodge Dakota EXT Cab SLT


Laramie, only 600 miles, leather, V8. AT.
loaded, like new. $21,499. Call Frank
Griffin at 269-1033
1997 Dodge Ram 1500, AT, AC. PW,
PL, Tilt, Cruise. Cass. Bedliner, Alloys.
$898 1. Calf Mike Shad Nissan of Or-
ange Park at 1-877-208-6635
1998 Ford Expedition Eddie Bauer'
4x4. AT, AC, PW, PL, Tilt. Cruise. Leather,
CD, Alloys. $8981. Call Mike Shad Nis-
san of Orange Park at 1-877-208-6635
2002 Ford Explorer Sport. AT. AC, PW,
PL, Tilt, Cruise, CD. Alloys. $9,98 I. Cal l
Mike Shad Nissan of Orange Park at I-
877-208-6635
2000 Ford F- 150 XLT, 2 to choose from..
Call Rightway Automotive Credit at 284-
0028. Ask for Glen.
1997 Ford Expedition Eddie Bauer,
Loaded including leather and sunroof, Stk
#4973, 2 wheel drive. $5,988. Call Hart
Green Motors, on Wells Road at 215- I
9500
2001 Ford F-150 XL Reg Cab 4x4, V8,


AC. AC. Serviced and ready to go, Sck
95053. $9,988. Call Hart Green Motors,
on Wells Road at 215-9500
2004 Ford Ranger XLT 4x4, V6, auto-
matic, ext cab, air alloys, CD. trailer tow.
tonneau cover, only 12k miles. $14,988.
Call Hart Green Motors, on Wells Road
at 215-9500
2003 Ford Explorer XLT, AT, AC. PW,
PL, Tilt, Cruise, Low miles, $13,999. Call
Frank Griffin at 269-1033
2000 Ford F-250 Diesel, AC, Low Miles.
Ready To Work. $13,999. Call Frank
Griffin at 269-1033
2003 Ford Ranger XLT. AT. AC. PW.
PL. Tilt, Cruise, CD, Bedliner. Alloys.
$ I 1,48 I. Call Mike Shad Nissan of Or-
ange Park at 1-877-208-6635
2002 Ford F-250 Powerstroke, AT. fully
loaded. $19,999. Call Frank Griffin at
269-1033
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September 8, 2005


Section 0.6 CRUISING CLAY COUNTY


First Look


A more operative Jeep: 2006 Jeep Commander SUV


By Neal White
MolorNews Media Corporation

PHILADELPHIA The com-
pany that invented the sport
utility vehicle is bringing a new
model to the table for 2006.
When discussing theJeep Com-
mander, "more" is the operative
word as in more room, more
seating, more power, more safe-
ty features, and basically more
of everything consumers ex-
pect from aJeep.
There are no ambivalent
feelings when it comes to Com-
mander styling. Taking design
cues fromJeep heritage vehicles
- namely the Willys Station
Wagon (1946-1962), Wagoneer
(1963-1991), and the early model
Cherokee the straight lines
and sharp angles give the Com-
mander a very modular appear-
ance that definitely sets it apart
from its competitive models.
With an overall length of
188.5 inches and seating for


seen passengers, the
Commiandei is designed
to deli\ ei' a smooth on-
road ride. \et it is more
than capable of meeting
nearly\ an1 off-road
challenge.
While niost SUV own-
ersseldom if ever-take
their elhcles off Iro:ad, tlh
C.oiiinanderi isdefnitiely
Jeep Lrail rated and it ma-
neu'vers well through
what could be impassable
mountain ter ra in.Whatis
even more impressive is
the Commander's on-
ria:d ride and handling
characierisucs.
Coisimners \iIl find a
very smooth, luid ride on
the high wa\ with very
car-like handling traits.
There are seven seating
positions. T he front seats
are \erN comfortable,
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the cabin.
Available in rear-wheel or four-wheel
drive configurations, the Commander is
available in two trim lines: Commander
and Commander Limited. All models
feature a 20.5-gallon fuel tank. Three en-
gine choices are available, and yes, a
HEMI is one of them. Engine choices in-


clude the 3.7-liter SOHC V6; 4.7-liter
SOHC V8 and the 5.7-liter HEMI V8. All
three engines are mated to one of two
five-speed automatic transmissions.
Consumers wanting four-wheel
drive capability have their choice of
two systems. One features a single-
speed, electronically shifted full-time


4X4 system. The other allows drivers to
shift between full-time active and 4X4
low settings.
When it comes to safety and security,
Jeep included a number of features in
the new Commander, such as standard
side-curtain airbags with a roll detection
system a first for theJeep division.


Other standard safety and security
equipment includes.four-wheel brake
traction control system, advance
anti-lock brake system, advanced
multi-stage airbags with occupant clas-
sification system, all-speed traction
control, brake assist, electronic roll mit-
igation, electronic stability program,
enhanced accident response system,
ParkSense rear park assist system, re-
mote keyless entry, Sentry Key theft de-
terrent system and a tire pressure
warning system..
The 2006 Jeep Coummander be-
-gins rolling into dealer shho Irooms
this month.

2006 JEEP COMMANDER
Bod\ st\le: foi-i-door tagon.
I. Models: Base, Limited.

Dimensions & specifications
Wheelbase. 109.5: overall length: 188.5:
width. 74.8; height: 71.9 measurements
ininches.
Engine: 3.7L V6 210 hp at 5,2100 rpm
and 235 lbs-ft of t orqe at 4,000 rpm;4.7L
V8 -235 hpat 4,500) pm and 305 Ihs-ftof
torque at l3.ii00 rpm: 5.7L HEMI \'S -330
ihp at 5. Ii II( rpm and 375 Ibs-ft oi torqueat
4,000 rpm.
Transmission: five-speed aut',ni-atiic
with o\ erdri e. multi-speed aiutomatic>
with electronic range select.
Cargo ca paci \: i68.9 c ft.
Pa) load capacitN:1.620 lbs.
Towing capacity: 7,200. bs.


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CLAY COUNTY'S CLEANEST AUTO SERVICE FACILITIES


* Complete Aulo Repair & Serv:ice
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* Quality Work-at a fair price. .

* Understanding our customers needs and concerns

SImpressing our customers

*Common Courtesy

* Keeping our customer informed.


That is what the "QUICK" method means here at

CLAY COUNTY TRANSMISSION

2485 County Road 220 2456 Blanding Blvd.

Orange Park, FL 32068 Middleburg, FL 32068

Phone: 904-264-2874 Phone: 904-282-9771


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ORANGE PARK MIDDLEBURG
264-2874 282-9771


2485 County Road 220
Orange Park, FL 32068
Phone: 904-264-2874


2456 Blanding Blvd.
Middleburg, FL 32068
Phone: 904-282-9771


locking gate, meter shelving, storage, AT,
V8, AC, ready to go to work, only 6k miles,
$18,799. Call Frank Griffin at 269-1033
2003 Ford Excursion. 44k miles. $22,498.
Call Garber Automall at 264-2442
2001 GMC Sierra Quad Z71, 4 WD,
loaded. $16,999. Call Frank Griffin at
269-1033
2002 GMC Yukon SLE, 37k miles, $22,286.
Call GarberAutomall at 264-2442


1:99 Honda CRV EX AWD, AT, AC,
PW, PL. Tilt. Cruise, CD, Alloys. $9,981.
Call Mike Shad Nissan of Orange Park
at 1-877-208-6635
2001 Isuzu Rodeo, AT, AC, PW, PL, Tilt,
Cruise, Cass, Alloys. $9881. Call Mike
Shad Nissan of Orange Park at 1-877-
208-6635
200 1 Isuzu Rodeo LS 4x4, got it all, new
-tires, 53k miles, was $13,495, Now
$11,495. Call Ash Tisdelle at 269-2617
2002 Jeep Liberty, loaded, 66k miles,
cheap,-was $14,695 now $12,995. Call
Ash Tisdelle at 269-2617 .
1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee, 6 cylinder,


One, Must See. Priced To Sell! $12,988.
Call Hart Green Motors, on Wells Road
at 215-9500
2002 Jeep Sport 4x4. 67k miles, $12,562.
Call Garber Automall at 264-2442
2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee. 40k miles,
$18,243. Call Garber Automall at 264-2442
2003 Jeep Envoy SLE, 29k miles, $21,980.
Call Garber Automall at 264-2442


2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee. 17k miles,
$20,692. Call Garber Automall at 264-2442
2003 Jeep 4x4. Wrangler Sport. $18,777
Call Bill Adams Chevrolet of Starke at I-
888-4-I-CHEVY
2003 Jeep Liberty 4x4, AT. 6 Cyl, All
Power Options, Low Miles, $13,999. Call
Frank Griffin at 269-1033
S2002 Jeep Liberty Limited Edition, Al-
loys, AT, 6 Cyl; PW, PL,-Tilt, Cruise. CD,
Loaded, Extra Clean, $12,999. Call Frank
Griffin at 269-1033
2004 Jeep Wrangler X,4" suspension
Slift, 33x12.50 tires on Eagle alloys., AC, tilt,
cruise, only 9k miles, $20,999. Call Frank
Griffin at 269-1033.


fin at 269-1033


2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo,
Ac. PW, PL. Tilt. Cruise. Alloy Wheels,
$16,995. Call Frank Griffin at 269-1033
2003 Jeep Wrangler 4x4, 5 Spd, PW, PL,
Tilt, Cruise, CD, Alloys. $17,981. Call
Mike Shad Nissan of Orange Park at I-
877-208-6635
2003 Kia Sedona Van LX, maroon, toys.
was $13,995. now $1 1,495. Call Ash Tis-
delle at 269-2617
2003 Kia Sorento LX, loaded, 59k miles,
was $14,995, now $12,995. Call Ash Tis-
delle at 269-2617
2005 Kia Sorento 4x4 LX Model,,
showroom condition, great SUV, see it
in our showroom at $17,988. Call
Hart Green Motors, on Wells Road at
215-9500
2000 Mazda MPV. AC, Cass. Cd. Bedlin-
er. $8882. Call Mike Shad Nissan of Or-
ange Park at 1-877-208-6635
2001 Nissan Frontier, 69k miles. $11,682
Call Garber Automall at 264-2442
2003 Nissan Xterra, 39k miles. $15,548.


auto,one owner, low miles for only 2004 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Hard- Call Garber Automall at 264-2442
$12,965. Call Ash Tisdelle at 269-2617.,; -. topfull doors,:6 cyJ, At,.AC, alloys, only 9k,, 2002 Nissan Xterra, AT, CD. Tilt, Alloy
2002 eep Liberty Renegade, the Sporty i.'.mile, likdi w,$20,999.:.Call Frank Grif- Wheels, Roof Rack, Tow Pkg. Side Steps,


Like New. $12,900. Call Frank Griffin at
269-1033
2002 Olds Bravada, Loaded. $17,990.
Call Bill Adams Chevrolet of Starke at I-
888-4-1-CHEVY
2002 Saturn Vue AWD, nice SUV with
great gas mileage, don't miss this one, only
S$11,988. Call Hart Green Motors, on
Wells Road at 215-9500
2003 Toyota Tacoma Doublecab Pre-
runner, auto, only $18,275. Call Ash Tis-
delle at 269-2617 -
2003 Toyota Tacoma 4x4, 42k miles,
$20,869. Call GarberAutomall at 264-2442
2002 Toyota Highlander, 29k miles,
$21,389. Call Garber Automall at 264-
2442.


2001 Toyota RAY 4, AT, AC, PW, PL,
Tilt, Cruise, Leather, Alloys, AM/FM, CD.
$13,881. Call Mike Shad Nissan of
Orange Park at 1-877-208-6635
2003 Toyota RAV 4, AT, AC, PW, PL, Tilt-
Cruise, CD,$16,981. Call Mike Shad Nis-
san of Orange Park at 1-877-208-6635
2002 Volkswagen Eurovan GLS. certi-
fied, low miles,dvd player.great family
hauler for.$L.9,965. Call Ash Tisdelle at,
269-2617 .


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1481 WELLS ROAD ORANGE PARK

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Mobile Entertainment \ent Visors
Bug Deflector Rear Obsticle Sensors
Sunrool Leather Interior Custom
Exhaust Custom Dash Kits Remote
Start Wheels & Tires Towing Package
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and much, much, MORE 264-2442
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272-2200
1166 BLAIDING BLVD.
5 MILES SOUTH OF THE ORHGE PARK MHLL


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September 8, 2005


VALDOSTA from page C-8
of id i,: '.l a ti r i'. *i,;. ai:ni r families
to spend a day of fun together.
a Splash Island Water Park is located
inside Wild Adventures. It features a
20,000 gallon wave pool; a lazy river;
many speed, tube and body slides; one
of the largest interactive water play
areas in Notl h .Anerica; aid a special
section in fr smilkI cll :en. ell.
\\'ld Ad\einure' offers more than
50 all-star. coIcci tSi and appearan,:ccs
each \t-ar. Somet past corn. er s includ-Li
ed comedian Jeff Fox wo)r ; David
Lee Roth, Destiny's Child, Big & Rich,
Jessica Simpson, Kurt Franklin and
MercyMe.
Concerts and appearances are
included with park admission. Reserved
concert seats are available for an addi-
tioilal fee.
Wild adventures offers many
special events throughout the ear in-
cluding Snow Days, Kidzpaloozas, Pho-
bia and Christmas Wonderland.
Regular prices for the park are
.$3st.95 for adults; $31.95 for children
ages 3-9 and seniors over 55 years old
(and includes a second day free).







Name: VWild Adv.entures
Directions: Take Interslae 10 west to Interstate
75 go north EAi[ 13 The address is 3766 Old
Clyatville iRoad Valdosta Ga.
Why visit here?: I's a erriih waa [ao spend the,
day wth your children riding all kinds of lun rides
that will produce some great fanmiil mernores
Best family spot: Rides and concerts are
great, but some of the best stuff here is the
remarkable close-up view visitors get with
wild animals.
Places to eat: Food can I be brought into the
park, but there are tons of places inside ofering
a wide variety of products at reasonable prices.
Places to stay: II you want to stay the extra
day there are a number of national hotel
chains in the Valdosta area including Hamp-
ton inn and Best Western Tent and RV
camping is also available nearby.
Places to play: Valdosta is a rice town. but
stay in the park and get your money's worth.
Contact information- General park informa-
tion is available at (229) 219-7080 or check
out the park's informative websire at .
www.w4idaventture .net'- "' '.


There are plenty of shows to choose from at Wild Adventures, and they are
part of the admission price.


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