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Title: Clay today
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Publisher: Clay Today
Place of Publication: Orange Park FL
Publication Date: 07-28-2011
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$AVE 57 WITH COUPONS INSIDE THIS ISSUE $ NEWS FOCUS TODAY CLAY THURSDAY, JULY 28, 2011 WWW.CLAYTODAYONLINE.COM VOLUME 41, NO. 30 75 INSERTS S PORTS FOCUS TOUGH GOLFER A Fleming Island boy who loves golf is bouncing back from open heart surgery Page 43 HOME DEPOT HAR D EES DICKS S PORTING G OO D S S MART S OURCE LEGALS: O N PAGE 55 OR A T CLAY TODAYONLINE.COM CLAYTODAYONLINE.COM Tentative BCC millage higher than this year By Stephen Kindland Staff writer GREEN COVE SPRINGS County commis sioners tentatively have set next years millage slightly higher than the current property tax rate, but a continued decline in property values means the county would bring in less tax rev enue than the 2010-2011 fiscal year that ends Sept. 30. A mill is $1 in taxes for every $1,000 of ap praised property value after exemptions. County Manager Stephanie Kopelousos said a millage of 7.97 would be needed to bring in the same amount to help cover a proposed SPECIAL TO CLAY TODAY Firefighter training The controlled burn of a Creighton Road home and outbuilding provided Clay County firefighters with an op portunity to get valuable training and experience. Clay County Fire Rescue and Orange Park Fire Department personnel participated in the training Wednesday, July 20 near Doctors Lake. See related story and photo graphs inside. FOCUS ON EDUCATION SECTION SEE INSIDE ELEC TION MY THS Clay County Supervisor of Elec tions Chris Chambless discusses some familiar election myths in a guest editorial. See Page 4. Wendell Davis Travis Cummings Ronnie Robinson Chereese Stewart Doug Conkey SEE BCC, 6

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2 CLAY TODAY July 28, 2011 BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS CLAY T ODAYONLINE.COM mjmctammany@yahoo .co m Clay County Memories by Mary Jo McTammany mjmctammany@yahoo.com Confederate Captain J.J. Dickison and his ragtag cavalry, commissioned in 1862, patrolled a territory between the St. Johns River and the Gulf of Mexico and north to the Georgia border. Captain J.J. Dickison and his ragtag cavalry protected Clay Countys inland from Union forces Hookah and K2 in Clay County: flavored tobacco and synthetic marijuana a danger By early 1864, the Army of the South was suffering defeat in almost every en counter with the enemy. The campaign in Florida was the only exception, largely to the efforts of Confederate Captain J.J. Dickison and his cavalry contingent. Their mission was clear to keep Union forces from cutting off rebel supply lines into the rich grazing land of north and central Florida. On one fairly typical day Dickisons troops greeted the sunrise by harassing Union troops attempting to destroy train tracks near Baldwin, then by mid after noon, they confronted the Fourth Massa chusetts at Magnolia just north of Green Cove Springs, Somewhere in between, they defeated a contingent of the Seventyfifth Ohio capturing four and killing one. As the crow flies thats 35 to 40 miles. There was no road. They rode cross-coun try through swamp bog, palmetto thicket and dense woods and pretty much consid ered it all in a days work. The legend grew in Palatka on May of 1864 when Dickison became the only cav alry officer ever to capture a U.S. naval ship. Using snipers and a 12-pound How itzer and a smaller Napoleon, both cap tured from the enemy, the wily Dickison forced the Yankee gunboat, Columbine, to run aground and surrender. Attacks inland from the St. Johns through Clay County continued all the summer of 1864. Union forces captured and occupied Magnolia and portions of Green Cove Springs. Emboldened and feeling a false sense of security the Fourth Massachusetts Cavalry, numbering about fifty men, set out to bring the real war to Middleburg. The target was one Samuel Thompson, a Middleburg businessman known to be a southern sympathizer and his three large cotton warehouses. Union troops burned the warehouses to the ground, and then began a hasty retreat. Dickison and his troops were said to be near. Events were in motion for the bloodiest battle in Clay County history. Dickison and his men were not sur prised to see the smoke. They were grate ful for roads and bridges but they didnt need them. Men simply leaned close to their horses and tore through slapping tearing branches, vaulted fallen trees and treacherous washouts to a place four miles up the creek where they could safe ly ford. Dickisons cavalry, with the infuri ated irregulars who enlisted along the way, caught the retreating Yankees in an ambush at Jeremiah Halseys place just north of what today is Penny Farms. It wasnt pretty but it was quick. Over half the Fourth Massachusetts Cavalry was killed or captured. In April, 1865, the South surrendered. Over thirty years later, in 1902, Floridas Gray Ghost was buried in Jacksonville. Among the huge crowd attending was a large contingent from Clay County. Special to Clay Today GREEN COVE SPRINGS -The Clay CHD Tobacco Prevention Program and the Tobacco Free Clay Partnership warn par ents about the presence of Hookah and K2 smoking among youth and young adults in Clay County as another avenue to consume flavored tobacco products. What is a hookah? A hookah (also known as narghile or sheesha) is a water pipe used for smoking tobacco. This practice originated in the Middle East and Northern Africa. Hookah tobacco is often flavored with molasses, fruit pulp or honey. This pro vides it with a sweeter smell and makes the taste more appealing, especially to young adults. Hookah bars have been popping up across the U.S., especially on or near col lege campuses. In a typical hookah bar, patrons can purchase flavored tobacco and rent a wa ter pipe with which to smoke it. Many hoo kah bars also sell food and drinks. Hookah bars appealing to young adults may sell alcohol as well, although more traditional hookah bars do not. Smoking tobacco with hookah pipes is not safer than smoking cigarettes (al though this is a common myth). During a single session, a hookah smoker may in hale as much smoke as if he had smoked 100 cigarettes. Hookah tobacco and smoke contain nicotine and all of the same can cer-causing agents found in other tobacco products. Hookah bars are increasingly found near college campuses and some high schools where they are targeting a young adult market. What is K2? K2 is also known as Spice or synthetic cannabis (marijuana). It is an unregulated mixture of dried herbs purported to give a high similar to marijuana. It is sold in places such as smoke shops and other alternative stores as in cense or potpourri. K2 is reportedly being smoked through the Hookah water pipe by some teens. K2 can cause psychotropic hallucina tions, fast heart beat, dangerously elevated blood pressure, pale skin and vomiting. In some cases it can cause seizures. The Drug Enforcement Agency consid ers K2 to be a drug of concern. In 2010, the US Air Force banned possession and use of K2 among its service members. The Tobacco Free Clay partnership encourages citizens to talk with their lo cal elected officials about the benefits of SEE HOOKAH, 31

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CLAYTODAYONLINE.COM BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS July 28, 2011 CLAY TODAY 3 TO DA Y CL AY We Cover The Area! 904-264-3200 STAFF PHOTO BY STEPHEN KINDLANDLauren Elise is a 15-year-old country music and gospel singer. Elise to perform at fund raiser for victims children By Stephen Kindland Staff writer GREEN COVE SPRINGS Rising coun try music star Lauren Elise will be among the featured entertainers during a week end fund-raiser to help Jesse James and her three young siblings come to grips with a murder-suicide case that left them parentless. Elise, a 15-year-old Fleming Island resident whose voice and stage presence have earned her numerous national and international awards, plans to sing Amaz ing Grace and two other favorite songs of murder victim Julia Herbert when she SEE FUND-RAISER, 5 Dr. Lawrence Levine, a pediatric oph thalmologist who recently joined Clay Eye Physicians & Surgeons, will continue to be a faculty member at the University of Florida. A brief in the July 21 edition con tained incorrect information. Clay Today regrets the error. Correction 1440 Kingsley Avenue Orange Park, FL 32073 (904) 541-3900 No monthly service charge No minimum daily balance required ATM fee refunds** No ATM fees at any Presto! machine For other locations or more information, visit www.bankfirsta tlantic.com. On balances up to $20,000 with direct deposit or ACH, e-statement enrollment and 10 monthly debit card transactions. Earn up to 04 APY* 3 Or ange A v enue K ingsley A v enue 224 Annual Percentage Yield (APY) is accurate and effective as of June 21, 2011 and may change without notice. 3.04% APY paid on personal account balances between one penny and $20,000 each cycle account meets minimum requirements of having direct deposit or ACH, e-statement, and 10 debit card transactions. .55% APY paid on personal account balances greater than $20,000 when same requirements are met. If minimum requirements are not met, account will still earn .10% APY regardless of balance. Fees may reduce earnings. ** Personal accounts meeting requirements of having direct deposit or ACH, e-statement, and 10 debit card transactions will receive ATM fee refund up to $20 each cycle requirements are met. *** Fiscal year ending September 30, 2010 as reported by the Jacksonville Business Journal. % ***

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4 CLAY TODAY July 28, 2011 BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS CLAY T ODAYONLINE.COM How is Gov. Rick Scott doing so far? Its Your Opinion, Clay County Al Painter, 77, MiddleburgIve not heard anything from him but as a business man Ive received no help. John Schlegel, 43. Green Cove SpringsI dont think hes been in there long enough (too tell.) Paul Frederick, 68, Green Cove SpringsI think Scotts doing good. I like what hes done. Robert Lee, 59, Orange ParkIm not real happy. Hes cost our state a lot of jobs. Im a Florida native and I think he could do a better job. CALL 264-3200 FOR COMPLETE ADVERTISING INFORMATION SPECIFIC TO CLAY COUNTY. Vincent Grassia, Group Manager Jon Cantrell, Publisher Rob Conwell, Circulation Manager Katie Mihalcik, Peg Oddy, Susan Sawyer, Phyllis Vancas, Sales Martha Bagby, Sales Coordinator Greg Walsh, Managing Editor Horace Davis, Stephen Kindland, Staff Writers Christie Wayne, Kathy Roy, Legal Notices Michele McNeill, Classified Sales Michelle Walker, Obituaries Tamara Mortensen, Cody Popp, Sue Schroeder Publication Designers NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS This newspaper assumes no financial responsibility for typographical errors in advertisements, but when notified promptly will reprint cor rectly the part of the advertisement in which the typographical error appears. All advertising in this publication is subject to the approval of the publisher. This news paper will not knowingly accept or published illegal material of any kind. Advertising which expresses preference based on legally protected personal characteristics is not accepted. PHONE ALL DEPARTMENTS 264-3200. MEMBER, FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION & SOUTHERN NEWSPAPER ASSOCIATION. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to Clay Today, 3513 U.S. HWY 17, Fleming Island, Fl 32003 U.S.P.S. (063-800) Periodical Postage Paid at Orange Park, Florida CIRCULATION AUDIT BY IN CLAY COUNTY, MAIL DELIVERYSubscription Rate 1 year $29.00 OUT-OF-COUNTY & OUT-OF-STATESubscription Rate 1 year $39.00 OUT-OF-COUNTRY CLAY TODAY MAIL DELIVERYSubscription Rate 1 year $50.00FOR SUBSCRIPTIONS T O CLAY TODAY, C ALL 1-800-759-6397 ST AFF A Journal Communications Newspaper A Publication of: Clay Today is published weekly on Thursday at 3513 U.S. HWY 17, Fleming Island, Fl 32003. TO DA Y CL AY (Week of July 28 Aug. 3) Compiled from Clay Today and Clay County Crescent archives. 2001 Ground broken July 25 for Fleming Island High School, corner of Towncenter Blvd. and Village Square Pkwy. Ellen McKinley, founder of Orange Parks Child Development Education Alli ance, invited to the White House Summit by First Lady Laura Bush Paul Trotier of Orange Park wins gold medal at 21st Annual Taekwondo Union Ju nior Olympic Championships Rideout Elementary opens in time for new school year 1996 Recently established Clay County Teen Court convenes for trial run County commissioners dont see eye to eye on 1996-1997 budget Orange Parks Verdun and Vanessa Weeks named Parents of the Year by U.S. Rep. Cliff Stearns. Clay County Sheriff Scott Lancaster elected to Florida Sheriffs Association Board of Directors 1991 Brickyard Road sign moved to top of concrete post to avoid constant theft Surgery center opens in Orange Park Clay County roller skaters roll to Sun shine State gold Pam Wolbert opens Park Avenue Flo rist Clay County seeing increased number of homeless Local musicians .38 Special rock NAS Jacksonville 1986 Clay County Development Authority closer to permanent home Orange Parks Chance Irvine seeks second term in Florida House of Represen tatives 1981 Prince Charles, Lady Diana married in London Cabbage Patch adoption center opens in May Cohens at Orange Park Mall 1976 Rep. Bill Chappell helps override President Fords veto of $3.95 billion bill to increase employment Drought conditions cause portions of northern Clay County to have critical water shortage Another high school predicted for Clay County by 1980 Subject of incorporation discussed at Middleburg Civic Association This week in history Guest Column Time to address election myths The Great Wall of China is visible from the moon. Lou Gehrigs consecutive game streak began when regular Yankee first baseman Wally Pipp sat out a game with a headache. Storing batteries in your freezer will improve their perfor mance. Absentee ballots are only counted if an election is very close. What do all of these state ments have in common? They are all popular myths. Yes, myths! While we have all heard stories that turned out to be urban legends, I must admit that in my 14 years of service, I am always surprised when someone questions if absentee ballots are actu ally counted. There are other conspiracy theories suggesting that voters who vote by mail lose their secret ballot and that the process is not secure. With perhaps the biggest election in American history quickly approach ing in 2012, I think it is important to set the record straight by fully explaining the absentee ballot process. An absentee ballot is requested in a number of ways, ranging from in person, in writing (including email), online, or even over the phone until 5 p.m. on the sixth day before the elec tion. The absentee ballot in most cases is requested by the voter, but also can be requested by a member of the im mediate family or legal guardian by providing additional information of the requester. No later than 45 days before each election, the elections office is required to send an absentee ballot to each de ployed military voter and to each over seas voter who has requested one. All other requests will be mailed between the 35th and the 28th day prior to Elec tion Day. Additionally, to help expedite the process, deployed military voters and overseas voters have the option to request that the ballot be emailed to them, which can then be returned via mail or fax. In the future, it may be pos sible for the ballot to be returned via email to further expedite the process for our military and overseas voters. Upon receipt of the absentee bal lot, the voter is free to cast his or her ballot or continue to research the can didates or contests they are interested in. With the growth in resources that the Internet provides, information on most candidates and contests is read ily available. I would caution anyone to fact check any research with multiple sources if doubting the information re ported. One of the best local resourc es for research, in my opinion, is our own website: www.ClayElections.com. There, you can review sample bal Chris Chambless Clay County Supervisor of Elections SEE MYTHS, 5

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CLAYTODAYONLINE.COM BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS July 28, 2011 CLAY TODAY 5 performs at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. on Satur day, July 30 at Reynolds Park. Herbert was shot to death by her es tranged husband, Wallace Herbert, on April 8. He then took his own life. James since has obtained legal custody of her half-sisters, who range in age from 4 to 10. Elise said she didnt think twice before agreeing to perform at Julia Herbert Chil dren Family Fun Day, sponsored by the Fraternal Order of Eagles in Green Cove Springs. I think its very important to give back to your community especially in situa tions like this, said Elise, who recently accepted an invitation for a private audi tion for NBCs The Voice. Its about com passion. Elise also will sing I can Only Imag ine by Mercy Me and Go Rest High on the Mountain by Vince Gill, two songs that have special meaning because she shares the same spiritual convictions held by the late Julia Herbert. Its going to be an emotional day, said Elise, a frequent visitor to Nashville recording studios. James, a part-time nursing assistant, has vowed to keep her siblings together by serving as a mother figure. She also wants to earn a college degree so she can improve her job status. Saturdays proceeds will be used to pay down the mortgage on James house, which Justice Coalition executive director Ann Dugger says is higher than the homes value. More than $15,000 has been raised through other means, according to Dugger, who is scheduled to speak at 9:30 a.m. Eagles member Dan Froehlich, whose daughter is best friends with one of the Herbert children, said James and her half-sisters are making progress as they struggle to regain a sense of normalcy. Theyve got a lot of support from the community, he said. Theyre getting through it day by day. Fellow Eagles club member Melissa Hartwig said she expects 2,000 people to attend Saturdays fund-raiser. Its amazing how many people have offered to help, said Hartwig, a neighbor and friend of Julia Herbert. The sponsor board is going to be unreal. The days events run from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., and will include a motorcycle poker run, a car show, raffles, a silent auction, a 1 p.m. horse shoe tournament, bounce houses, food and face painting. Other en tertainment includes musical groups Tay lor Made (11:30 a.m.); Attis on the Pine (2:30 p.m.); Mango Fever (3:20); Hobos Too (4:30); Doc Moccasin (5:40); and Hooch, 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Cash donations can be made at any Vy Star Credit Union under account number 702869387. To help in other ways, call the Justice Coalition at (904) 783-6312. Fund-raiser FROM PAGE 3 lots, candidate and committee financial reporting, as well as information on any other contest or amendment. Before returning an absentee ballot, I recommend the voter take an additional moment to review it, ensuring that they have voted in all of the contests that they wish to vote in and that they have not over voted the ballot by marking more than one candidate or issue in any one contest. It is important to remember that one does not need to vote every contest for the ballot to count, and should a mistake be made, a replacement ballot may be issued by sign ing a sworn statement to that effect. In preparing to return the absentee ballot, the voter inserts the ballot into the secrecy sleeve provided. Once the secrecy sleeve containing the ballot is inserted into the return enve lope, the next step is to seal the envelope and sign the voters certificate located on backside of the envelope prior to mailing. In most, if not all cases, standard First Class postage is all that will be necessary to return your ballot, or you can drop your ballot off during operational hours at any early voting site or our main office. However, keep in mind that with the exception of absent uniformed services and overseas voters, the ballot must be received in our office prior to 7 p.m. on Election Day in order to be counted. Once your ballot has been received in our office, it will be time stamped with the date and time of receipt. Next, the signature on the voters certificate will be compared to the voters signature found on the most current registration applica tion on file with the elections office, which highlights the importance of periodically updating your signature. To assist us with this very important step in the process, all members of the office regularly attend a certification course on handwriting analysis. This signature verification takes place on every absentee ballot received. Upon verification, the voter receives vot er history for voting in the election and the ballot remains sealed and placed in precinct order, secured under two person controls until the ballot is opened. If the signature is in question or not signed at all, the sealed envelope will be placed in precinct order to be presented to the Canvassing Board for their determina tion. The Canvassing Board consists of the Supervisor of Elections, the Chair of the Board of County Commissioners, and a County Court Judge. Following the period of public view ing, all absentee ballot envelopes will be opened in precinct order by a three per son opening team and mixed to ensure that it is impossible to determine which secrecy sleeve came out of which signed envelope. Once the ballot is removed from the secrecy sleeve by an independent member of the opening team, the number of ballots is confirmed with the number of returned envelopes for each precinct to ensure that all ballots have been ac counted for. Once confirmed, the ballots are processed in the high-speed ballot tabulator. While the results are unknown, the votes cast will remain stored on se cured media until tabulated and released after 7 p.m. on Election Day. Any absentee ballot in question is presented to the Canvassing Board for review and based on its merit as to whether or not the ballot is legal to count. Should the Canvassing Board determine that the ballot is not to be accepted, you will receive notification with an explana tion as to why the ballot was rejected. I hope that you have found this detailed journey of the absentee ballot helpful and that you have a new appreciation for the security of the voting process. Remember that freedom requires responsibility. Make your voice heard. Myths FROM PAGE 4 Traffic app available for free Seaman Kevin F. Holden Navy Seaman Kevin F. Holden, son of Kevin F. and Rita L. Holden and brother of William T. Holden of Green Cove Springs, recently graduated from recruit training and was presented the Military Excellence Award at Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, Ill. Holden is a 2007 graduate of Clay High School. Airman Byron D. Padgett Air Force Airman Byron D. Padgett graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas. He is the son of Dewald Padgett of Orange Park and a 2010 graduate of Or ange Park High School. Seaman Kevin F. Holden Navy Seaman Kevin F. Holden, son of Kevin F. and Rita L. Holden and brother of William T. Holden of Green Cove Springs, Fla., recently graduated from recruit train ing and was presented the Military Excel lence Award at Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, Ill. Holden is a 2007 gradu ate of Clay High School. Master SGt. Sheena Martinez Sheena A. Martinez has been promoted to the rank of master sergeant in the U.S. Air Force. She is the daughter of David E. and Maureen Judith A. Hause of Orange Park and a 1992 graduate of Orange Park High School. Sgt. Maj. Scott Wiltshire Army Sgt. Maj. Scott A. Wiltshire grad uated from the U.S. Army Sergeants Major Academy at Fort Bliss, El Paso, Texas. The sergeant, a paralegal specialist with 19 years of military service, is regu larly assigned to the U.S. Army Legal Com mand, at Gaithersburg, Md. He is the son of Barbara Linder of Orange Park. Special to Clay Today TALLAHASSEE The Florida Depart ment of Transportations (FDOT) Florida 511 iPhone application (app) is now avail able for free download on iTunes. The Florida 511 Traveler Information System provides traffic information on all of Flori das interstates, toll roads and many major metropolitan roadways. The app is available for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch in the iTunes App Store. The new app provides the same real-time traffic and travel time information as the 511 phone system and FL511.com. The 511 app uses iPhones GPS track ing to provide users with traffic informa tion within miles of their location. Users can set the app to provide information for a range of up to 200 miles from their lo cation or receive traffic information based on their registered My Florida 511 custom routes. Travel time information is also available based on location and direction of travel. The Florida 511 app offers traffic updates in three ways: An audible recording of incidents On-screen list of incidents Map view displaying incidents The Florida 511 system is a safety resource from FDOT. The Department re minds all travelers to Know Before You Go by checking the app, making a toll-free call to 511 or visiting FL511.com before leav ing to avoid distracted driving. The system is updated during emergen cies such as a hurricane or wildfire with lane closures, toll suspensions and more. Military Briefs

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6 CLAY TODAY July 28, 2011 BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS CLAY T ODAYONLINE.COM budget of $235.7 million, which is $90 million less than this years $325.6 million budget. I dont have to remind you that this is about the fourth year in a row that our taxable value on our property has gone down in this county, she said. Were go ing to look for every way that we can [to] squeeze every penny out of the budget. We still have a lot of work to [do]. A final decision on the millage will be determined during the second of two pub lic hearings scheduled for Sept. 13 and Sept. 27. The tentative rate, set during a Board of County Commissioners meeting held on Tuesday, July 26, can be lowered but not raised. After voting 4-0 to set a proposed new property tax rate of 7.85 mills compared to this years 7.45 mills -on Tuesday, commissioners encouraged the countys five constitutional officers to help make up next years estimated drop in tax revenue by examining their personnel and operat ing costs. The countys constitutional officers in clude Sheriff Rick Beseler, Tax Collector Jimmy Weeks, Property Appraiser Roger Suggs, Clerk of the Court James Jett and Supervisor of Elections Chris Chambless. Board chairman Travis Cummings and Commissioner Wendell Davis pointed out inequities in budget and personnel cuts made by the BCC and the five constitution al officers during the past four years. Cummings said his board has reduced its work force by 131 employees -from 708 to 577 -during that time, as opposed to a total drop of 23 workers -from 806 to 783 -by the constitutional officers, all of whom are elected officials who receive money from the BCC but operate indepen dently. The BCCs job cuts, which represent 20 percent of its former work force, compare to a total reduction of less than 3 percent by the five constitutional officers, Cum ming said. The BCC also has reduced its operat ing budget by 34 percent during the same period, compared to an average of 12 per cent to 14 percent for constitutional offi cers. Davis agreed that the constitutional of ficers should consider personnel cuts, and that the BCC probably needs to make fur ther reductions. But spending less should be weighed against the publics demand for services, he said. Im hopeful that maybe we can squeeze a few more pennies, Davis said. Were going to have to give up some services. Our citizens need to be aware of our deci sions and what the consequences are. Commissioner Doug Conkey was out of town with his family and did not attend Tuesdays meeting. Next years proposed budget can be viewed online at claycountygov.com. The 476-page document can be accessed by clicking on Tentative BCC Budget FY 1112. BCC FROM PAGE 1 STAFF PHOTO BY STEPHEN KINDLAND Cute as a kitten Eight-week-old Pumpkin, a short-haired domestic kitten with boundless energy, is placed on display by Clay County animal control officer Deborah Ozanich at the start of a Board of County Commissioners meeting held on T uesday, July 26. Pumpkin is among many pets available for adoption through Clay County Animal Care and Control. Ozanich and other CCA CC staff have been taking at least two pets to each BCC meeting for the past several weeks, hoping someone in the audience or anyone watching the meeting on cable T V will give them a good home. F or more information call CCA CC at 284-6342 or click on Animal Care and Control un der Environmental Services in the Departments drop-down menu of the countys Web site, www.claycountygov.com.

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CLAYTODAYONLINE.COM BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS July 28, 2011 CLAY TODAY 7 Aviation camp-goers get visit from two helicoptersCampers from Lake Swan Camp A viation Day, with Keystone Heights Daniel Van Zant in front on right, get a team pic with Shandscare crew after visit to Melrose campground last week. CORRESPONDENT PHOTOS BY RANDY LEFKODan Van Zant, 12, on right, checks out inside of Shandscare helicopter in front of EMS technician Heath Schmidt. Schmidt and fellow crew members gave a hands on demonstration of the helicopter at Lake Swan Camp in Melrose to A viation Day campers. Randy Lefko, Correspondent MELROSE -Helicopters buzzed the quiet, pristine air around two of Floridas most revered lakes; Lake Swan and Lake Rosa in Melrose, as a handful of attendees at Lake Swan Camp ooohed and aaa hed at their arrival on the camps base ball fields on July 21. Today is going to be a special day at camp because we have two helicopters; one from the Alachua County Sheriffs Of fice and the other from Shands Healthcare in Gainesville, visiting us during our Avia tion Camp, said Lake Swan Camp director Perry Rollins. Aviation Day is one of our special weeks at camp, but to have these organizations volunteer their time to visit us is exciting. One of those 12 campers at Thursdays Aviation Camp was Daniel Van Zant, 12, of Keystone Heights, whose family name is rich in flying and service with brother Charlie Van Zant Jr., a US Army helicopter pilot, and dad, Charles, a doctoral gradu ate of the Western Baptist Theological Seminary and a private pilot, the helicop ters visiting Lake Swan Camp was excit ing. Charlie Van Zant Jr. flew a mission to Haiti after that country was devastated by an earthquake. Van Zants father, an architect as well as a Florida state rep resentative, has helped build orphanages SEE CAMP, 10

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8 CLAY TODAY July 28, 2011 BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS CLAY T ODAYONLINE.COM DOE video channel for teachers and parents Special to Clay Today TALLAHASSEE The Florida De pa rtment of Education has launched an education-centered YouTube channel that provides informative video content to a variety of education stakeholders throughout the state. The EducationFL channel features a growing library of videos that will help teachers, parents, students and others enhance their con nection to, and understanding of, Florida education. This new video channel also helps to enhance the Departments ex panding social media presence and pro vide new ways of collecting stakeholder input. The Department is always looking for new and creative ways to increase awareness and understanding of Flor idas education system and the ongoing efforts to improve it, said Education Commissioner John L. Winn. We see this as a great opportunity to provide visually enhanced content that accomplishes that goal, while helping to create new dialogue opportunities with Florida residents and educators. The newly created channel features a variety of content intended for a wide range of audiences. Some notable vid eos include helpful updates related to ongoing changes to many aspects of the states education system, useful tips teachers can use in their classrooms, ways parents can get involved in their childs education, literacy public service announcements, event celebrations and a self-written rap video about reading performed by at-risk youth. The Department has also created so cial media accounts on Facebook, Twitter and blogs for specific audiences. To view these sites or to learn more about the Department, visit www.fldoe.org. SPECIAL TO CLAY TODAY Operation LoveGirl Scout T roop 786 leaders Leslie Jackson (left) and Jennifer Bradley helped Scouts Haley Scites (from left), Emily F orquer, Jennifer Esposito, L ucy Jackson, Caroline Bradley, A ubrey T ownsend and Hannah White complete Operation Love when they presented 100 teddy bears to Capt. R obert McKenna, former commanding officer of the Navy Operations and Support Command at NAS Jacksonville, during a recent visit to a daycare center at NAS Jax. The teddy bears were given to children who have at least one parent overseas. Girl Scout troop recognized for Operation Love By Stephen Kindland Staff writer FLEMING ISLAND Operation Love was everything the name implied for eight Girl Scouts who recently presented 100 dressed-up teddy bears to help support children of military members deployed overseas. The girls came up with that idea, Troop 786 co-leader Jennifer Bradley said. They wanted a project that was near and dear to them. It all began a year ago, when the girls all fifth-grade students at Patterson Elementary School who have been to gether since kindergarten took the first of several steps that helped them earn a Bronze Award, the highest honor offered to Girl Scouts at the Junior level. With guidance from Bradley and coleader Lynn Esposito, they talked about the difficulties fellow troop member Lucy Jackson when her mother, Leslie, was serving in Iraq the previous year. That led them to think about other children in similar situations. They were thinking of ways to bright en their day -to give them something to hug at night, said Bradley, who took over as co-leader after Jackson was deployed. Bradley and Esposito found a company to donate the teddy bears, which the girls dressed up in red, white and blue scarves before presenting them to U.S. Navy Capt. Robert McKenna, former commanding of ficer of the Navy Operations and Support Command at NAS Jacksonville. The presentation, which included handwritten notes of encouragement at tached to each bear, was made at a day care center on base. Theyve been a great group of girls, Bradley said of Troop 786, which includes her daughter, Caroline. They work well together because they respect each other and theyve learned to compromise. They know they arent going to reach a solution if they all dig in their heels. Esposito shares the same perception. We just give them boundaries and let them find their way, she said. This just all came together. The girls already have begun thinking about new projects, according to Brad ley. Our problem isnt coming up with ideas, she said. Its trying to figure out which ones to use. Meanwhile, the eight originators of Operation Love will receive their Bronze Award in December at the Gateway Coun cils Medals of Honor ceremony at the Wyndam Hotel in Jacksonville.

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CLAYTODAYONLINE.COM BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS July 28, 2011 CLAY TODAY 9 Education T oday = Employment T omorrow NOW ENROLLING! Financial Aid Day & Ev ening Classes Expert Instruction Hands on T raining St. J ohns & Putnam Locations 2980 Collins A v e., St. A ugustine 904-547-3282 & 146 Comfort Rd., P alatka 386-326-9000 www .fctc.edu New this October Pharma cy T echnicia n Watch out for the Eastern lubber grasshopper; its tough to get rid of once it reaches adulthood The Eastern L ubber Grasshopper is virtually immune to pesticides as an adult, so gardeners finding them amongst their plants will have to use their bare hands to destroy the pests. There is a large yellow and brown grasshopper that is devour ing my lilies. It is attacking my neighbors plants too. What can I spray for them? This is the adult Eastern Lub ber Grasshopper. It comes in two sizes. The larger is the female and the smaller (often with the female) is the male. This is their season of greatest de struction but because of their large size, there is no pesticide that will work against them. I have in fact floated them in some products and they con tinue to swim for 10 minutes or more. Bottom line, at this stage in their life cycle you will need to physically de stroy them. To do this, grasp them be hind their legs they are too large to fly so you can sneak up on them, and then forcefully throw them against a hard surface to stun them long enough that you can then step on them. It is important that you do this now because once the female is fully mated, she will begin laying eggs and next spring you will be plagued with her young. The young of the Eastern Lubber Grasshopper are about an inch long and black with either a yellow or red stripe. They will stay in tight clusters for the first few weeks of their life as they grow to a size that fewer things might eat them. When these nymphs occur in the spring you must make a major effort to kill them or you end up with the adults you are see ing now. If nothing is done, their numbers grow each year and they will become a major pest on plants such as roses, and any bulb in the lily family. The easiest way to get rid of the young nymphs is to three times a week, go out Q. R. Seasonal concerns from gardeners RAY H. ZERBA JR. Extension Agent IV Clay County early in the morning and hit the plant they are on to drive them to the ground, and then just go around and stomp on all you see trying to flee. They are soft and easily killed in this manner. It will take you a few minutes each day but if you do this when they first hatch out, youll not have a problem with them for the rest of this year, unless they migrate in from a neighbors yard. If you are into chemicals to control pests, almost any general purpose insecti cide will kill the young while they are still black. Once they start to change colors they become more and more difficult to control with any chemical. At this stage (fully grown) they must now be physically dispatched. Want someone to answer a spe cific plant question for you? Go online to http://clay.ifas.ufl.edu and under the heading Horticulture (left hand side of page) left click on Ask a Master Gardener and a reply will be sent plus a hyperlink to the appropriate University of Florida Fact Sheets. Please send us a digit picture of the problem. To speak to someone by phone, call 269-6355.

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10 CLAY TODAY July 28, 2011 BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS CLAY T ODAYONLINE.COM in Haiti. Helicopters are just cool, said Van Zant. This is my first year at this camp and we are learning a lot about flying. They take us to Keystone Heights Airport each day to fly small planes. Thats neat. Coordinated with Tim Huggins, a for mer military pilot and also a Lake Swan Camp board member, Aviation Camp and the helicopter visit is a part of the camps attempt to inspire youngsters to use avia tion as a missionary tool. Many times in the impoverished coun tries that we go to help out in crisis, it is the pilot of an aircraft that is the key ele ment in getting people, supplies and even just hope to those in need, said Huggins, who grew up in Melrose and has seen the camp grow over the years. Those in need see the arriving aircraft in the air and know that help is coming. That is quite a calling. Shands Healthcare pilot Steve Pierce, whom Huggins flew with years ago, and EMTs Heath Schmidt and Carolyn Gause gave campers a tutorial on flying and their health care mission while Gainesville Po lice Department Officer Mike Barnes and pilot Joe Van Gorder, with the Alachua County Sheriffs Office, gave campers a look at the crime-fighting technology aboard their helicopter. Campers also got a visit from retired U.S. Navy pilot and Marine officer Jim Gill, now a volunteer deputy at the Brad ford County Sheriffs Office, who flew A-1 Skyraider combat missions and spoke with campers about flying for missions. We all see these guys and gals up in the air every now and then and its neat that we were able to let the campers see them up close and talk to them, said Rol lins. Lake Swan Camp has been operating since 1927 after Dr. John Minder, who founded the Florida Bible College, now Trinity College, in 1932 met a young stu dent named Billy Graham who was wholly influenced by Minders teachings. A sum mer conference at Lake Swan Camp got Graham an invitation to speak and history speaks for the rest of Grahams career. We have had a strong message of min istry here for a long time, said Rollins, who met his wife Toni at camp 41 years ago. In these tough times of faith, Lake Swan Camp has been a stable, vibrant part of this community with far reaching fingers. Huggins explained that the Aviation Campers get classroom instruction each day then take a trip to nearby Keystone Height Airport where they get some handson instruction flying. We give them a two-fold approach of classroom work on aviation principles and flying techniques and safety plus we teach mission focus as it pertains to not only the aircraft, but life in general, said Huggins. We want to teach them why they want to be a mission pilot and to serve others. Camp FROM PAGE 7 Headquarters Library August calendar Special to Clay Today FLEMING ISLAND -Following is an August schedule of activities for the Clay Coun ty headquarters Library: Build a Teen Help Desk!, Aug. 1, 3, and 5 in the Teen Area Yu-Gi Oh! Tournament, Meeting Room, Tuesday, Aug. 2, 3-5 p.m. TGIF New Orleans Style Dixieland Band, Tuesday, Aug. 2, 6:30-7:30 p.m. Movie Matinees @ Fleming Island Library, Thursday, Aug. 4, 1 p.m. Sum mertime; and Thursday, Aug. 18, 1 p.m., Out of Africa, rated PG Kickin Karate Class, Ages 5 and up, Saturday, Aug. 6, 10:30 a.m. space is lim ited. Fleming Island Book Discussion Group, Saturday, Aug. 6, 10 a.m.-12 Noon, Still Alice by Lisa Genova, free coffee but bring a mug. Registration not required. Summer Movies @ Fleming Island Library, Free Movies for All Ages: Friday, Aug. 5, 10:30 a.m., Diary of a Wimpy Kid-Roderick Rules, rated PG; and Friday, Aug. 12, 10:30 a.m., Mars Needs Moms rated PG Fleming Island Genealogy, Jacksonville Karpeles Museum and Preserving Manu scripts! by Richard Minor Jr., director of the Jacksonville Karpeles Library Museum, Monday, Aug. 8, 6:30 p.m. in the meeting room. This meeting is open to anyone with an interest in genealogy. Super Saturday Surprise Craft Time, Saturday, Aug. 20, 10:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m. A drop-in craft for all ages. Computer Classes (Go online to www.ccpl.lib.fl.us for details or call (904) 2783722). Registration is required. DATE TIME CLASS DESCRIPTION Tueday, Aug.. 9 6-7:15 p.m. Excel 1 (2007) Create a spreadsheet, format cells, formulas, page setup Wednesday, Aug. 10 10-11:30 a.m. Intro to Comp 1 Start menu, windows, computer terms, mouse commands Tuesday, Aug. 16 6-7:15 p.m. Excel 2 (2007) Formatting cells, data management, simple formulas and functions. Thursday, Aug. 18 10-11:30 a.m. Intro to Comp 2 Retrieve data, make fold ers, and work with files Tuesday, Aug. 23 6-7:15 p.m. Excel 3 (2007) Charts, adding between sheets, custom lists. Wednesday, Aug. 24 10-11:30 a.m. Windows 7 Learn to use the basics and new features offered in Windows 7. Our Guest teacher is Janice Follis. Thursday, Aug. 25 10-11:30 a.m. Internet Searching Basic concepts, searching techniques, website evaluation Tuesday, Aug. 30 6-7:15 p.m. Excel 4 (2007) Pivot Tables, Scenarios, and Lookup functions Wednesday, Aug. 31 10-11:30 a.m. Excel 5 (2007) Time, Financial, and If functions, Data Validation, Subtotals

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CLAYTODAYONLINE.COM BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS July 28, 2011 CLAY TODAY 11 R onald showed the kids a few magic tricks and posed for pictures with his fans. Here he poses in his car with mom Destini, her 15 months old daughter Peyton, Destinis 6 months old brother Anthony while R onald is holding their friend, 5 months old Donna. R onald poses with Jane Parker with a picture she had R onald sign for her dads 91st birthday on A ugust 24th. Her dad, Gorin R utherford, is a big fan of clowns. This picture was given to R uther ford many years ago and R onald was very happy to autograph it for him.CORRESPONDENT PHOTOS BY TONYA DAVIE Ronald visits MiddleburgKids flocked to R onald McDonald when he recently visited the Middleburg McDonalds on Blanding Bou levard. There were prizes and face painting. Visitors to the store on this day were treated to the newest item at the Middleburg store -a dipped cone.

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12 CLAY TODAY July 28, 2011 BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS CLAY T ODAYONLINE.COM Back to School clinic Aug. 1 ORANGE PARK -The Way Free Medi cal Clinic, the Clay County Health Depart ment and St. Vincents Mobile Outreach is offering a Back to School Physicals, Im munizations and Health Fair on Monday, Aug. 1. School physicals and immunizations, necessary for entrance into the Clay County School system, will be available from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. at St. Catherines Catholic Church, 1649 Kingsley Ave. The Health Fair will include repre sentatives from Worksource, Medicaid, the Literacy Coalition and several social service agencies. This event is open to all Clay County residents that need back to school physi cals or immunizations. The Health Fair is open to everyone and offers many oppor tunities for residents to learn what ser vices are available in the community. For info please call (904) 531-9504 or email thewayclinic@att.net. CBHC receives accreditation ORANGE PARK -Clay Behavioral Health Center Inc. (CBHC) says it has re ceived a three-year accreditation for its current programs from CARF, the inter national accrediting body. The accreditation -CBHCs sixth straight -is the highest level that can be awarded and shows the organizations substantial conformance to the CARF standards. The process includes a rigor ous peer review and an on-site visit by a team of surveyors, said Irene Toto, CEO of CBHC. CBHC is the private not-for-profit or ganization that has been providing treat ment, prevention and education in the ar eas of substance abuse and mental health since 1982. CBHC also partners with many private and public stakeholders to develop programs and services. Toto said the staff of over 100 and the Board of Directors of CBHC is proud of the accomplishment and wants to continue to SPECIAL TO CLAY TODAY Band performanceNavy Band Southeasts TGIF seven-piece, New Orleans style Dixieland group will be performing at a couple of Clay County libraries. The group will give a free concert open to the public on T ues day, A ug. 2, from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the Clay County Headquarters library, Fleming Island. It will also kick off the celebration of the Middleburg-Clay Hill Public Librarys 25th Anniversary event to be held at the library on Saturday, A ug. 13. Dedicated patrons and library supporters of all ages are invited to attend the celebration beginning at 10 am. Community Briefs be a valuable part of the community. Individuals needing assistance can call CBHC at (904) 291-5561 24 hours a day. Health Council assessing city GREEN COVE SPRINGS -The Health Planning Council of Northeast Florida is working with the Clay County Health Department and the City of Green Cove Springs on an environmental assessment in the city. The Protocol for Assessing Commu nity Excellence in Environmental Health (PACE-EH) initiative provides local health officials with a profile of the communitys environmental health status. The process will evaluate environmental health, target populations at risk, set priorities to ad dress environmental conditions, support health equity and social justice and im plement process to address priorities The Heath Planning Council said it is facilitating the assessment over the next several months. Call the Clay County Health Depart ment at (904) 529-2834 for additional information. Transmission line cuts power ORANGE PARK -A power outage that briefly affected thousands of Clay Electric customers Monday, July 25, was caused by a faulty transmission line. The outage began around 10 a.m. and lasted 32 minutes, but impacted about 24,000 customers because the Florida Power & Light transmission line supplies power to five of Clay Electrics substa tions, said Wayne Mattox, Clay Electric spokesman. The reason is being investigated, Mattox said in an email. While summertime temperatures have brought higher power demand, the outage had nothing to do with the hot weather, Mattox said. ... Higher power demand is typical for our state during the summer months due to air conditioning systems running overtime to keep folks comfortable, he said. There are no issues that Im aware of with power generation in the state that might cause problems. Library anniversary is Aug. 13 MIDDLEBURG -The Middleburg-Clay Hill Public Librarys 25th Anniversary cel ebration be held at the library on Satur day, Aug. 13. Patrons and library supporters are in vited to attend the celebration beginning at 10 am. Scheduled are ongoing childrens activities and the TGIF band with a spe cial presentation at 11 a.m. to recognize the efforts of the Friends of the Library, community members, and local businesses who made the library a reality and those who continue to support the library. Refreshments will be served courtesy of the Friends of the Middleburg-Clay Hill Library, 2245 Aster Ave. Call the library at (904) 541-5825 for more details. Septic tank records now online GREEN COVE SPRINGS -The Clay County Health Department says its Envi ronmental Health Division has a new on line resource available for the public to access and retrieve septic tank records. E Bridge allows users the opportunity to view, print, and save copies of docu ments related to septic tanks systems, in cluding site plans, house plans, soil logs, and permits. Systems approved in 2004, 2006, and 2007 are now available. Ad ditionally, those systems from 2011 that have received final approval are in the database. Users can search by applicant name, property address, property ID number, ap plication number, and/or date. The Health Department said it is con tinuing to add updated information to the web page. For additional assistance, call (904) 529-2840. Road work completed early KEYSTONE HEIGHTS -They Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) says it has completed the resurfacing of 5.3 miles of State Road (SR) 100 more than three months early. The early completion means project inspectors can move to other projects sooner and the delays and inconveniences caused by road construction are also sig nificantly reduced. Early completion can be credited to good weather and a deter mined contractor and crew who worked at nights when necessary. APACSoutheast of Jacksonville was hired by FDOT to complete the $2.9 mil lion project in 260 days. Work began on SR 100 between the Bradford County line and the Putnam County line in January and crews completed the work in 178 days. In addition to resurfacing SR 100, drainage in the area was also upgraded, repairs were made to the sidewalks, the curbs were made wheelchair accessible and the traffic signal at the intersection with SR 21 in Keystone Heights was im proved. For information regarding this project or other FDOT projects around Northeast Florida, go online to www.nflroads.com. Program to mark Night Out GREEN COVE SPRINGS -Clay Behav ioral Health Center and Kids First Florida will participate in this years National Night Out on Tuesday, Aug. 2. The organizations Green Cove Springs Resource and Referral Center at 501 Pal metto Ave. will be open from 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. for light refreshments and the chance to meet their neighbors and learn more about services available in the commu nity. Local law enforcement and other com SEE COMMUNITY, 35

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CLAYTODAYONLINE.COM BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS July 28, 2011 CLAY TODAY 13 S t i n k y W a t e r g o t y o u d o w n ? A u t h o r i z e d I n d e p e n d e n t K i n e t i c o D e a l e r $ 5 0 0 P E R M O T r y b e f o r e y o u b u y O A C 0 % i n t e r e s t f o r 1 2 m o n t h s 2 % m i n i m u m p a y m e n t R e n t f o r 9 0 d a y s J u d g e t h e r e s u l t s t h e n b u y w i t h n o i n t e r e s t c h a r g e s T h e N e w E r a d i c a t o r C h e m i c a l F r e e I r o n & S u l f u r R e m o v a l N o C h e m i c a l R e g e n e r a t i o n R e p l a c e u n s a n i t a r y a e r a t o r s 8 0 0 6 3 3 7 1 1 4 w w w c l e a r w a t e r s y s t e m s c o m Business Business Briefs Brightway wants to help groups ORANGE PARK -Brightway Insurance, which has four offices in Clay County, says it is stepping up to help charity organiza tions, community groups and schools fill in their budgetary gaps. Brightway Gives Back provides the groups a way to raise money without buy ing goods, selling magazines, greeting cards or holding car washes. Organizations in need of fundraising may contact their local Brightway office to enroll in the program. For every member or friend of the organization who receives an insurance quote, Brightway Insurances local office will donate $10 to that organi zation. Theres no participation fee for the Brightway Gives Back program and no purchase is necessary to receive the $10 donation. In addition to receiving a competitive insurance quote as part of Brightway Gives Back, participants will receive a free Hur ricane Guide and a Home Inventory Kit to document their your household property and valuables. Here are the local Brightway agents: David and Ginger Leinecker, 5000 US Hwy 17, Suite 19, Fleming Island; Raleigh Wil liams, 105 Old Jennings Road, Orange Park; Sean Way, 1008 Park Ave., Orange Park; and Jace Howard, 2554 Blanding Blvd., Suite B, Middleburg. Panel lauds OPMC stroke care ORANGE PARK -Orange Park Medical Center has earned The Joint Commissions Gold Seal of Approval for its Advanced Primary Stroke Center by demonstrating compliance with the commissions nation al standards for health care quality and safety in disease-specific care. The cer tification award recognizes Orange Park Medical Centers dedication to continuous compliance with the standards. Orange Park Medical Center under went a rigorous on-site survey on July 19. A team of Joint Commission expert sur veyors evaluated the hospitals Advanced Primary Stroke Center for compliance with standards of care specific to the needs of patients and families, including infection prevention and control, leadership and medication management. With Joint Commission certification, we are making a significant investment in quality on a day-to-day basis from the top down. Joint Commission accreditation provides us a framework to take our or ganization to the next level and helps cre ate a culture of excellence, says Thomas Pentz, CEO. The Joint Commissions Disease-Spe cific Care Certification Program, launched in 2002, and is designed to evaluate clini cal programs across the continuum of care. SPECIAL TO CLAY TODAYRichard Cribbs says the new repair shop works on both American made and metric style motorcycles. Redneck Customs does variety of repair work Magazine article praises hospitals for stroke care Special to Clay Today GREEN COVE SPRINGS -Redneck Customs is a new motorcycle shop that of fers custom alterations, repairs and paint ing services. The owner has been in the motorcycle industry for 25 years. My name is Rich ard Cribbs but most people know me as Redneck, Cribbs said. The shop works on Harley-Davidson, Kawasaki, Suzuki, Honda, Yamaha, Buell, Baha, ATVs and dirt bikes. It is an autho rized Baha service center. Paint and powder coating is available at Redneck Customs as well as electrical, motor work and transmission services. Those looking for motorcycle-related items such as brakes, oil, gas filters and gaskets can find them at the shop. Located at 3275 U.S. 17, the shop is open from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday and 9 a.m. to noon Sat urday. Customers should call (904) 5056262 to set an appointment for service. Special to Clay Today ORANGE PARK Orange Park Medical Center has been recognized for achieve ment in using evidence-based guidelines to provide the best possible care to patients through the American Heart Association/ American Stroke Associations Get With The Guidelines program. Orange Park Medical Center was among 790 hospitals featured in a spe cial advertisement in the Americas Best Hospitals issue of US News & World Re port (August issue) to mark their receipt of the Get With the Guidelines Gold Plus Performance Achievement Award. A total of 931 awards were given for achievement in heart attack, stroke and heart failure treatment. Hospitals recognized in each category achieve at least 85 percent compliance to Get With The Guidelines measures. Those achieving 85 percent compliance for 24 consecutive months receive the Gold Per formance Achievement Award, with the Silver Performance Achievement Award going to those with 85 percent compliance for 12 consecutive months. Special rec ognition is also given for those hospitals achieving 85 percent compliance in two or all three categories and/or for being in 75 percent compliance with heart failure and/ or stroke measures. Get With The Guidelines is a hospi tal-based quality-improvement program designed to ensure that hospitals consis tently care for heart and stroke patients utilizing the most up-to-date guidelines and recommendations. Currently more than 1,400 hospitals participate in the program. The American Heart Association/Amer ican Stroke Associations advertisement recognizes Orange Park Medicals Centers commitment and success in performance achievement. Published scientific studies are provid ing us with more and more evidence that Get With The Guidelines works. Patients are getting the right care they need when they need it. Thats resulting in improved survival. We are proud that the Ameri can Heart Association/American Stroke Association has chosen the Americas Best Hospitals issue of US News & World Report to recognize Orange Park Medical Center for our achievements in their Get With The Guidelines program, said Thom as Pentz, hospital CEO. SEE BUSINESS, 14

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14 CLAY TODAY July 28, 2011 BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS CLAY T ODAYONLINE.COM Salon has free haircuts ORANGE PARK -Hair Cuttery is teaming up with a local social service agency to provide haircuts to under privileged children before the start of the school year. The haircuts, done in cooperation with Kids First of Florida, a community based care agency providing foster care, adop tion, prevention and protective services in Clay County, will be offered Aug. 1 -15. Every time anyone 18 years or younger gets a haircut at a Hair Cuttery, they will donate a free haircut to a child in need in the community. There are two Hair Cuttery locations in Clay County: 1670 Wells Road, Suite 107, Orange Park, and Fleming Island Shopping Center, 5000 U.S. 17, Suite 20. Business FROM PAGE 13 advertise 904.264.3200 SPECIAL TO CLAY TODAY Memorial fundraiserAmerican Legion Post 250 Riders Club Mem bers Dorothy Bogdan, Sam Richards, Dick R owe and Nick Y oung worked all day July 23 Grilling for Donations at the A damec Cycle Shop, 1520 Wells R oad, Orange Park, raising funds for the Veterans Memorial Project for Orange Park. The Memorial ground breaking is scheduled for Nov. 11, at 11 a.m. in Magnolia Cemetery on King sley A venue. F or additional information visit www.OPHistory.org, Historical Society of Orange Park on F acebook or you can pick up inscribed brick ($50 each) order forms at Orange Park T own Hall, Orange Park Library and Fleming Is land Library. Canine distemper in wildlife puts dogs at risk Special to Clay Today MIDDLEBURG -University of Florida veterinarians report that canine distem per virus is on the increase in local wild life, meaning unvaccinated pet dogs and shelter populations are at greater risk for contracting the disease. Veterinarians in Clay County and from Clay County Animal Care and Control col lected blood samples from foxes and rac coons and submitted those samples to the State Diagnostic Lab. All of these sam ples came back positive for canine dis temper said Craig Price, DVM at Black Creek Veterinary Hospital. This is very concerning because canine distemper is very contagious, multisystemic viral disease and once a dog is infected with the virus, there is no effective treat ment for a cure. More than 50 percent of the dogs that contract the disease will eventually die from it Price said. Canine Distemper virus can affect a variety of systems within the dog, such as Craig Price, D VM the central nervous system with symptoms such as seizures and erratic behavior. The respiratory, immune and gastrointestinal systems can also be involved. It is spread from dog to dog in secretions like saliva, urine and tears. A number of cases of distemper have been seen in the last 6-12 months in Clay County and Animal Care and Control has reported a large spike in the number of wildlife cases, especially with the foxes and raccoons. I have not seen this many cases of distemper in the last 10 years. Price said, adding infected raccoons and foxes are a frequent source of spread to susceptible dogs. When those dogs are brought into a shelter facility the disease can spread, especially among vulnerable populations such as puppies. Hundreds of dogs died recently in Or ange, Brevard, Alachua and Pasco counties because of similar distemper outbreaks. The only good news is that the vac cine to prevent canine distemper is ex tremely effective. Price said The best thing anyone can do is make sure their pets vaccinations are kept up-to-date. If your dog has not been vaccinated against canine distemper, contact a veterinarian to schedule an appointment. (Editors note: This article was written by Stephenie Cook, CVPM, who works at Black Creek Veterinary Hospital.)

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CLAYTODAYONLINE.COM BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS July 28, 2011 CLAY TODAY 15 The Clay County School Board at its July 21 meeting honored the school district personnel who are retiring at the end of this school year. The group, represented here by some of those retiring, had a collective total of more than 2,500 years of experience. A complete list of retirees appears at the end of the school board story. Schools still buzzing with summertime activity Clay Today staff FLEMING ISLAND It may be summer time, but there is still plenty of activity in the Clay County school district. Superintendent Ben Wortham said he inevitably gets questions about whats going on during the summer, and his re sponse is that theres plenty. There is summer training going on and we are preparing to implement a load of new programs, Wortham told the School Board at its July 21 meeting. Theres also painting and other maintenance work. The district is also hiring about 150 additional support personnel, he said. Theres a lot going on in the summer, he said. Its done maybe at a different pace, but theres a lot that goes on and a lot that needs to get done. In other business, the School Board: Set a tentative tax rate of 7.9770 mills as part of its 2011-12 budget. While the rate is not considered a tax increase because it is less than the rollback rate, Clay County property owners will be pay ing slightly more if the rate is approved. The owner of a home valued at $100,000 after all appropriate exemptions are applied would pay $797 in school-re lated property taxes compared to $786 for the same home under the 2010-11 rate of 7.8670. The $334 million school budget in cludes 1.5 mills slightly more than $13.5 million -for capital outlay projects that include a variety of repairs and upgrades to school facilities throughout the county as well as equipment and 18 new school buses. The district continues to collect a critical operating needs levy of 2.5 mills SEE SCHOOL, 16

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16 CLAY TODAY July 28, 2011 BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS CLAY T ODAYONLINE.COM approved by voters last year. The levy, which must be approved every two years, provides an additional $4 million for the districts general fund. George Copeland, assistant superinten dent for budget affairs, said a $500 million drop in the countys overall assessed value will mean about $2.5 million less in prop erty tax collections. The budget, however, leaves 3 percent in unencumbered funds to provide the district a cushion against un anticipated costs, Copeland said. The drop in property values comes at a time when state education funding is continuing to be cut and the cost of more functions once funded by the state, such as annual audits, are being passed along to the school districts, said board Chairman Frank Farrell. A public hearing on the budget will be held at 5:15 p.m. Monday, Aug. 1, at the Fleming Island High School Teacher Train ing Center. The board will vote on the bud get at Sept. 15 meeting, which begins at 7 p.m. in the Teacher Training Center. Honored a group of Clay County ad ministrators who completed state required training for principal certification. They asre: Linda Pratt, Principal Grove Park Elementary; Anthony Bradley, Assistant Principal Grove Park Elementary; An gela Johnson, Vice Principal Wilkinson Junior High; Tracey Kendrick, Assistant Principal OakLeaf Village Elementary; Tracy McLaughlin, Principal Swimming Pen Creek Elementary; Vicki Padgett, As sistant Principal Swimming Pen Creek Elementary; Lori Ricks, Assistant Princi pal Ridgeview High; Brenda Troutman, Assistant Principal OakLeaf High; and Bonnie Barker, Assistant Principal Clay Hill Elementary. Appointed board member Janice Ker ekes to the county Value Adjustment Board along with citizen representative Scott Roberts. Heard board members praise the school districts performance in the re cently released FCAT grades for elemen tary and junior high schools. Ninety seven percent of Clay County elementary and middle schools received an A or B and no schools scored below a C. Learned that discussions about chang ing School board and Clay County Commis sioner districts are moving forward. The proposed change is to eliminate voter con fusion and would not leave any of the pres ent elected officials outside their current districts, said Assistant Superintendent of Support Services Jim OConnell. School District staff will present ideas to the School Board at its Aug. 18 meeting. Any new School Board member boundaries would be drawn to equally divide the coun ty based on population, OConnell said. Honored the following school district personnel who represent more than 2,500 years of teaching experience: Adams, Alice, Custodian, Coppergate Elementary Adams, Elizabeth, Teacher, Orange Park High Allen, Verna Yvonne, Media Specialist, Lakeside Elementary Alphonse, Sandra, Teacher, Banner man Learning Center Bazley, Jean, Teacher, Charles E. Ben nett Elementary Becton, Patricia, E-BD/Support Facili tator, Fleming Island High Bennett, Barbara, Teacher, Ridgeview Elementary Berg, Donna, Teacher, Fleming Island Elementary Black, Willie Mae, Custodian, W.E. Cherry Elementary Blair, Barbara, Cafeteria Assistant, Middleburg Elementary Bock, Catherine, DOP Assistant, Cop pergate Elementary Bodenweber, Catherine, Teacher, Mont clair Elementary Brasseit, James M., Health Ed. Spe cialist, Secondary Education Braxton, Lynda, Principal, Grove Park Elementary Bromagen, Jane, Principal, Orange Park Elementary Brownley, Madonna, ESE Staffing Spec/Guide counselor, ESE Department Burch, Geneva, Teacher, S. Bryan Jen nings Chapman, Sharon, Asst. Superinten dent, Instructional Division Chartier, Linda, Teacher, Tynes El ementary Clark, Sally, Teacher, Rideout Elemen tary Denmark, Beverly, Bus Monitor, Trans portation DeFranco, Deborah, Teacher, Orange Park High Dolezel, Sharon, Teacher, Orange Park High Drake, Bonnie, School Secretary, Clay High School Dukes, Donald Ray, Vice Principal, Or ange Park High Eichhorn, Susan, Teacher, Wilkinson Junior High Elliott, Michael, Assistant Supt., CW/ Support Services Farner, Susan, Custodian, Wilkinson Elementary Fisher, Barbara, ESE Assistant-Gen eral, Plantation Oaks Elementary Flaris, Linda, Teacher, Fleming Island Elementary Gerhardt, Margaret, Speech Clinician, Charles E. Bennett Elementary Gilloon, Kathy, Media Specialist, Flem ing Island Elementary Gilmore, Linda, Teacher, Ridgeview El ementary Gorman, Patricia, Teacher, Orange Park High School Graham, Lois, Bus Monitor, Transpor tation Grant, Glenna, Teacher, Middleburg High School Grassell, Betsy, Cafeteria Assistant, Middleburg High School School FROM PAGE 15 CLAY TODAY ST AFF PHOTOA group of Clay County principals, as sistant principals and vice principals re ceived accolades from the School Board at the July 21 meeting. The administra tors have completed a state-required training and certification course. The names of those honored appear in the related story above. SEE SCHOOL, 27

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CLAYTODAYONLINE.COM BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS July 28, 2011 CLAY TODAY 17 W e lc o m e SPECIAL TO CLAY TODAYDuring the Florida School of the Arts annual graduation, visual arts student Lindsey Cheek (left) and performing arts student Ashley Schoendorf were presented the Outstanding Graduate A ward. Florida School of the Arts honors graduates Special to Clay Today ORANGE PARK -Florida School of the Arts recently bid farewell to 46 graduates now on their way to pursue careers in art galleries, on the stage or behind the scenes in the entertainment industry. Many will continue their education at universities before finding their niche in the arts. The College honored the students who received their associate degrees in the visual and performing arts at the St. Johns River State College Palatka campus. The commencement address was giv en by photographer John Sevigny, whose works have been exhibited in the United States, Mexico and Portugal. Sevigny has worked as a photographer and writer for international news organizations includ ing the Associated Press. His news pho tographs have appeared in The New York Times, the Montreal Mirror and People. Sevigny advised the graduates on the selflessness of art and the importance of creating art in the spirit of giving. He en couraged the graduates to become social servants, emanating their creations as if lighting a candle in a dark, cynical world, not shining a spotlight on yourself. The outstanding graduate awards were also presented. The performing arts re cipient was Ashley Schoendorf. She plans to continue her studies at Point Park Uni versity in Pittsburgh. The visual arts re cipient was Lindsey Cheek. She plans to continue her studies at the Savannah Col lege of Art and Design. Florida School of the Arts degree candidates are as follows: Ursala Allen, Breanna Arneson, Jordan Baker, Dillon Birdsall, Jessica Birt, Jessica Bishop, Kristian Champagne, Lindsey Cheek, Jes sica Daughtry, Kelsey Donegan, Amanda Edwards, Mark Exline, Zachary Flax, Jes sica Giacchetto, Zachary Goodrich, Brad ley Gradeigo, Zackary Gurnavage, Me lissa Hinner, Tyler Humphrey, Carly Ivey, Victoria Keene, Donna King, Madeystsha Lamarre, Adam LeGuerre, Cherisse Long, Raquel Lopez, Matthew McLachlan, Maria Mignone, Michael Norton, Ashley Palmer, Angela Pasco, Tara Reid, Samantha Reyes, Alejandro Rodriguez, Jeffrey Sadler II, Ashley Saffore, Ashley Schoendorf, De siree Scholz, Bryan Sellers, James Smith, Kasey Sollenberger, Daniel Vargas, Jordan Vera, Sasha Wheless, Cassandra White and Logan Wolfe. Florida School of the Arts is part of the academic and administrative structure of SJR State and awards the two-year associ ate degree in the following areas of study: fine art, graphic design, dance (ballet and contemporary), production/design, acting and musical theatre. The School serves the entire state of Florida. Admission is based on an audition or portfolio review, an interview with the faculty and admis sion to SJR State. Students produce and perform in ap proximately four visual arts exhibitions and 10 performances each year. For more information about Florida School of the Arts call 386-312-4300 or visit online at floarts.org.

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18 CLAY TODAY July 28, 2011 BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS CLAY T ODAYONLINE.COM CLARICE W. THOMAS Ms.ClariceW.Thomas,89,passed awayWednesday,July20,2011,after abattlewithcancer.BorninCrewe V a.,graduatedfromEasternHigh School,WashingtonD.C.in1940. ShehasbeenaresidentofOrange Parksince1966.Sheissurvivedb y twodaughters,CarolC.(Lechner) Lively,DebraCrowderFitchandone son,LemuelH. CrowderIII.Shealsohas5grandchildren,8greatgrandchildren,and1 great-greatgranddaughter,andone nieceandnephew inVirginiaBch.Va.ClaricewasaNav yhomemakerfor25years.Shethen startedhercareerasanAccounting TechnicianfortheNavyFinanceDept atNASJax.,wheresheretiredatage 72,after27yearsofservice.Shewas anactivememberoftheVFWLadies A uxiliaryPost5968,FleetReserve A ssociationAuxiliaryBranch91, NARFE.Shewasalsoamembero f theMoose&theMarineCorp.League.ShejoinedtheAmericanBusinessWomensAssociationin1972. SheandotherABWAmembers w orkedveryhardtoestablishaChapterinOrangePark.Shebecamethe CharterChapterPresidentofthe A BWA,andheldvariousofficesover theyears.ThroughtheABWAClarice w orkeddiligentlytohelpraisemone y forscholarshipsforwomen.Shewas devotedtoherlargefamilyandfelt blessedthatmostofherfamilylived inthearea.Shewaspre-deceasedb y herMother,Sister,exhusband, LemuelH.CrowderJr.andhusband WilliamS.Thomas.Anyonewhokne w Clarice,knewshelovedlife,andenjoyedeveryday.Funeralservicewill beheldTuesday,July26,at11:00AM intheChapelofHollyHillFuneral Home,3601OldJenningsRd. Middleburg,Fl.32068withRev.Dale Hornofficiating.ThefamilywillreceivefriendsMondayfrom7to9PM atthefuneralhome.Intermentwill beinHollyHillMemorialPark.Post tributesatwww.harda g eg iddensrivermead.com JAMES EDWARD KERSEY, JR. Mr.JamesEdwardKersey,Jr.,74, passedawayFriday,July22,2011in OrangePark,Florida.Hewasbornon A ugust14,1936inGreenCove SpringstoJamesSr.&DorothyKersey.Hewasaretiredtruckdriver, w asalifelongresidentofthisarea andamemberoftheN.R.A.Hewas knowntoenjoyspendingtimewithhis family.Heissurvivedbyhisloving w ifeSandraKersey;hismother,DorothyValentine;sons,Kevin(Laura), Keith(Carla)andKent(Linda)Kersey; daughter,Kim(Jeff)Carlier;brothers, DougandJackKersey;sixgrandchildren,tengreatgrandchildrenand longtimefriend,LorettaThompson.A funeralservicewasheldTuesday,Jul y 26attheFirstBlackCreekBaptist Church,3904SR16W.,Penne y Farms,Florida32079withRev.BobbieRegisterofficiating.IntermentfollowedatBlackCreekBaptistCemetery.Pleasesignthefamilysonline guestbookatwww.broadusraines.com A rrangementsbyBroadus-RainesFuneralHome,501SpringSt.Green CoveSprings,Fla.,32043,(904)2844000. RONALD MATTHEW JAME S MCKENDRY Mr.RonaldMatthewJames McKendry,41,ofOrangePark,Fla., passedawayonTuesdaymorning,July12,2011.Heissurvivedbyhis w ife,Mallory;hissonChadand ChadsmotherDawnL.McKendry; mother,ThelmaHutson;andone brother,James.Hegraduatedfrom theUniversityofHawaiiinRespiratoryCareandwasalsoveryproudo f havingathirddegreeblackbeltin Taekwondo.Hewillbemissedbyall w hoknewandlovedhim.Hisfamil y w illreceivefriendsfrom6:30-8:30 pmonFridayJuly29atthehomeo f Bill&EmilyConner,247EdsonDr., Oran g e Park. DOROTHY BROOKER ALLEN Mrs.DorothyBrookerAllen, passedawayonJuly25,2011at60 yearsofage.ShewasbornMarch16, 1951toAnnieandJamesBrookerin GreenCoveSprings.Shewasakind andcaringmother,sister,grandmotherandfriendwhowillbemissed. Dottieissurvivedbyalovingandcaringfamilyincludingdaughter,Michelle(husbandShawn);sonMichael (wifeLaura);grandchildren,Serena, Donnie,ChrisandIan;formerhusbandandlife-longcompanion,Sidney; aswellasherbrotherAlandhersistersBettyandJoann.GravesideserviceswillbeheldatSharonBaptist ChurchCemeteryinGreenCove Springsat10:00AMonThursdayJul y 28,2011withReverendJoeBarrieofficiating.Pleasesignthefamilys guestbookatwww.broadusraines.com A rrangementsunderthecareof Broadus-RainesFuneralHome501 SpringSt.,GreenCoveSprings,FL 32043, (904) 284-4000. DUANE DAWSON MATTOX Mr.DuaneDawsonMattox,53, passedawaySaturday,July23,2011 inSt.Augustine,Fla.Hewasbornon June9,1958inOrangeParktoDavid &ElaineMattox.Hewasaretired machinistwithTTXRailroad,wasa lifelongresidentofthisareaandwas knowntoenjoyhunting,fishingand NASCAR.Heissurvivedbyhisloving w ife,PamMattox;hisfather,David Mattox;daughters,AmberandMorganMattoxandabrother,Darrell Mattox.Afuneralservicewillbeheld at11a.m.onThursday,July28inthe Broadus-RainesChapelwithReverend TimHallofficiating.IntermentwillfollowatOrangedaleCemeteryinSt.Augustine.Pleasesignthefamilysonlineguestbookatwww.broadusraines. com.ArrangementsbyBroadusRainesFuneralHome,501SpringSt. GreenCoveSprings,Fla.,32043, (904) 284-4000. ILA JEAN FULLERTON WELLS Mrs.IlaJeanFullertonWells,95, residentofOxford,Ohio,since2007, diedpeacefullyJuly3,2011,atThe KnollsofOxford.ShewasbornSeptember12,1915,inAtkinson,Neb. HerchildhoodwasspentinNebraska; heryouth,inPenneyFarms,Fla., whereherfather wasaninvestorin Mr.J.C.Penneys experimentalfarm community.She livedmanyyearsin DaytonaBeach, Fla.,caringforher husband,JackLawrenceWells,who wasseverelydisabledbyastrokein 1967.Theywerelong-timemembers oftheStrokeClubandspentmany summersatEasterSealsCampChallengeinMt.Dora,Fla.Herhusband precededherindeathin1996.Sheis survivedbyonebrother,DonaldFullerton,GreenCoveSprings;two daughters:ToniSaldivar(Sam),Oxford,OH,andChristineHead,Deland, Fla.;fourgrandchildren:SamuelM. Saldivar,LosAngeles,CA,Matthew Saldivar,NewYork,NY,HannahMeyers(Jaysn),Waukesha,WI,andJoshuaHead,Deland,FL.Shewillberememberedasatalentedartist,avid reader,giftedwriterofpoetryand prose,lovingwife,mother,grandmother,auntandfriend.Memorial servicewillbeheldatBroadus-Raines Chapelat501SpringStreet,Green CoveSprings,FL,onSaturday,July 30at10a.m.Inurnmentwillfollowin thePenneyFarmsCemetery.Inlieuof flowers,herfamilyasksthatcontributionsbemadetotheEasterSealSociety,whichhelpsstrokevictimsand theirfamilies.Pleasesignthefamilys onlineregisterbookandviewthe memoryvideoatwww.broadusraines. com.Arrangementsareunderthe careofBroadus-RainesFuneral Home,501SpringSt.,GreenCove Springs, Fla., (904) 284-4000. SEE OBITUARIES, 19 Obituaries www.claytodayonline.com RONALD MATTHEW JAMES MCKENDRY

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CLAYTODAYONLINE.COM BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS July 28, 2011 CLAY TODAY 19 ROBERT E. DOBELSTEI N Mr.RobertE.Dobelstein,83, passedawaySunday,July17,2011at V illageOaksinFortWayne.Bornin Bridgeport,CT,hewasaPilotforthe USNavyfor25years,retiredwiththe rankofLtCdr.He servedwithNavy squadronsVF-43, V F-174andVF102.DuringhisdutywiththeNavy,he servedasafighter pilotandelectronicsofficer,flightinstructor,trainingofficer,nuclearweaponstrainingofficer andasanallweatherpilot.HedesignedtheVF-102Squadrons Diamondbackslogo/patchthatisstill inusetoday.HeservedonthecarriersU.S.S.Midway,U.S.S.CoralSea, U.S.S.FranklinD.Rooseveltandthe U.S.S.Intrepid.Hisfavoriteaircraftb y farwastheCorsairF4U-4.Hewasa belovedhusband,father,grandfather andfriend."Heissurvivedbyhis w ife,SallyDobelsteininofFort Wayne;daughters,MelodyA. (Charles)FelgerofFortWayne,and JeanneGail(Lee)Simpsono f Middleburg;9grandchildren;3greatgrandchildren;3grandchildren-inlaw;onestep-great-grandchild;brother,ElliottE.(Francis)Dobelsteino f Pensacola,FL;andsisters,Edith LaneofNC,andDorothea(Cloyd) ToneyofBushnell,FL.Robertwas precededindeathbyhisparents,Edw ardandWihelminaKatalin Doblestein;brotherinlaw,JimLane. Memorialservicewillbeheldatalaterdate.ArrangementsbyD.O. McCombandSonsLakesideParkFuneralHome,1140LakeAve.Memorialsmaybemadetothe550AMWa y Radio,2500RussellRoad,GreenCove Springs,FL32043-9492.Tosignthe onlineguestbook,gotowww.mccomb andsons.com. ALBERTA H. PORTER Mrs.AlbertaH.Porter,76,o f Jacksonville,Fla.,passedawayTuesday,July19,2011inOrangePark. BorntoFrankandAnnieMaeDavis onApril22,1935inJesup,Ga.,she w asaffectionatelyknownasMama Bert,BigMama,andGranny.She w orkedasanurseatSt.Vincents MedicalCenterandwasamembero f MurrayBaptistChurch.Shewasprecededindeathbyherhusband,Eddie Rolack,Sr.;anddaughter,Ferdinea RolackNicholas.Sheissurvivedb y herchildrenClevelandT.Rolack,EddieRolack,Jr.,WesleyRolack,AnthonyS.Boyd,CynthiaAnnJames,and LorainAnnPorter.Memorialservices officiatedbyPastorRayJoneswillbe heldat11:00amonSaturday,Jul y 30,2011atUnityChristianChurch, 2135West43rdSt,Jacksonville,FL 32209.Flowersmaybedelivereddirectl y to the church. LEONARD "LENNY" EUGENE STRICKLER Mr.Leonard"Lenny"Eugene Strickler86,ofKeystoneHeights passedawayFridayJuly22,2011in Gainesville.HewasborninGranville, OHonDecember5,1924andserved ourcountryintheU.S.MarineCorps for30years.HewasaParishionero f theSt.WilliamCatholicChurch,a4thDegreeKnightofColumbus,amemberofthe A mVetsPost86,V.F. W,andtheSeniorCenter.Survivorsarehiswifeof17years, Frances(Ganey)Strickler;Children, LarryStrickler(Annette),Pattie Poage,LeslieSmith(Susan),Jack Smith(Gail),16grandchildren,34 greatgrandchildren,and1greatgreat granddaughter.Viewingwillbeheld attheFuneralHomeonMon.,Aug.1 from5-7p.m.AMassofChristian BurialwillbeheldonTues.,Aug.2at 10a.m.intheSt.WilliamCatholic Church.BurialwillfollowattheKeystoneHeightsCemetery.Inlieuo f flowerscontributionscanbemadeto theMarineCorpsScholarshipFoundation,121S.SaintAsaphSt.,Alexandria,VA22314.Arrangementsby Jones-GallagherFuneralHome,340 E.WalkerDr.,KeystoneHeights,Fla., 32656.352-473-3176.www.jonesgall a g herfh.com LEO F. (SKI) WOJCINSKI, j R LeoF.(Ski)Wojcinski,Jr.,age83, ofMelrose,aretiredairtrafficcontroller,passedawaypeacefullyJul y 23,2011attheHavenHospiceo f Gainesville.Heissurvivedbyhislovingwifeof63years;AliceWojcinski; hisson,DavidWojcinski(Richard)o f Gainesville;andbrother,Allen Wojcinski(Jaylee)ofWilmingtom, Ohio,andhisveryspecialfriend "Oreo".Leowasanavidbassfishermanandoutdoorsman.Arrangements byJones-GallagherFuneralHome, Ke y stone Hei g hts, 352-473-3176 ROSE MARIE BURRIS Mrs.RoseMarieBurris,54,o f Jacksonville,FL,wenttobewiththe LordonJuly22,2011.Mariewas borntoparents,CurtisGillandRose RoyceHoodonNovember3,1956. Shewasalifelongresidentofthelocalareaandwasa Baptistbyfaith. Mariewasavery specialangelthat GODplacedonthis earthandshehad aheartfilledwith lovethatwaslargerthanlife.Marie enjoyedcooking, crochetin g g rowin g flowers,holida y s, ggg y doingforothers,andespeciallyfamily events.Shewasprecededindeathby herfatherandsheissurvivedbyher lovinghusbandof37years,Daymon GeraldBurris;sons,David(Ginger) BurrisandDaniel(Johanna)Burris; granddaughters,Alyssa,Gianna,and Aiyana;mother,RoseGill;sisters, CarolynCamponoandGinny(Edward) Young;brothers,LloydGillandJohn (Sheila)Gill;severalnieces,nephews andgreat-niecesandgreat-nephews. ThefamilywillreceivefriendsThursdayeveningfrom6-8pmattheBlack PondBaptistChurch,3644OldJenningsRoad,Middleburg,FL,32068. FuneralServiceswillbeheldat2:30 pmFriday,July29,2011inthechapelofBlackPondBaptistChurchwith BrotherCharlieHuntofficiating.ArrangementsunderthecareanddirectionofETERNITYFUNERALHOME, 4856OakdaleAvenue,Jacksonville, FL,32207,(904)348-5579,www.ete rnityfuneralhome.com. Obituaries FROM PAGE 18 ROBERT E. DOBELSTEIN THINKING OF ADVER TISING IN THE CLA Y TOD A Y? For more information call 264-3200 to speak with a Sales Rep. today! TO DA Y CL AY 3513 US. Hwy. 17, Fleming Island, FL 32003 264-3200OFFICE HO URS: Monday-Friday 8:30 am 5:00 pm LEO F. (SKI) WOJCINSKI, JR.

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20 CLAY TODAY July 28, 2011 BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS CLAY T ODAYONLINE.COM SPECIAL TO CLAY TODAY Young gradsAnn Batteigers Pre-K class attended a promotion ceremony in their beautiful caps and gowns at Ride Out Elementary and are very excited about going to Kindergarten. T eacher, Ann Batteiger, T eachers assistants were Mary Singley and L ynn Champagne. SPECIAL TO CLAY TODAY Calderon visitsCaptain Angel Calderon, right, and Sgt. Ma jor F rank T revizo of the Salvation Armys Clay County U nit recently spoke to the Middleburg Black Creek Lions Club. Calderon discussed his 14 years with the Salvation Army and how he is enjoying his current assignment in the Middle burg/Clay County area where he serves with his wife, Captain Valerie Calderon. The Black Creek Lions wants to work with the Salvation Army during the next year, Club President Ed Dickson said. The group meets at noon the second and fourth T uesdays at Cedar River Seafood in Middleburg. Call Dickson at (904) 254-7891 for more club information. Crossroads opens OP school ORANGE PARK One of four new Crossroads School campuses in the Jack sonville area is opening in Orange Park this fall. The school, which combines K-12 Christian education by specializing in students with learning disabilities and autism, will be located in the Pentecostal Church of Champions, 1909 DeBarry Ave. An open house is set for 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Thursday, July 28, at the church. The Orange Park school is operated by Childrens Educational Services Inc., a Jacksonville-based not-for-profit that runs 11 private special education K-12 schools in Florida. Crossroads School is approved for the McKay, Step Up for Stu dents, and the new state 504 Plan Schol arships, which allow public school stu dents with an Individual Education Plan (IEP) or who qualify for the free and/or reduced lunch program. Call the Childrens Educational Ser vices office at (904) 652-1282 or go on line to www.CrossroadsSchools.com for more information. Moczynski on VU list VILLANOVA, Pa. -Elizabeth Moczyn ski of Orange Park, FL has been named to the Deans List for the 2011 spring se mester in Villanova Universitys College of Engineering. To qualify for the Deans List in the College of Engineering, full-time students must earn a semester grade point average of 3.25. Henricksen gets degree IOWA CITY -Paul Andrew Alde Hen ricksen, of Orange Park, has received a bachelor of arts degree in geography from the University of Iowa. Henricksens was one of an estimated 4,400 degrees pre sented at the close of the 2011 spring session. Military has kids scholarship ORANGE PARK -The annual Schol arships for Military Children Program includes Jon Ayers of Middleburg. He is a recipient of a $,1500 college scholar ships awarded at NAS Jacksonville, which is one of over 250 commissaries operated worldwide by the Defense Commissary Agency (DeCA). School News

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CLAYTODAYONLINE.COM BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS July 28, 2011 CLAY TODAY 21 Military SPECIAL TO CLAY TODAYMaj. Gen. Emmett R. Titshaw (left), the A djutant General of Florida, Col. Michael Calhoun (middle) and Col. Perry Hagaman observe the formation of T roops during the change of command ceremony forthe Florida National Guards 83rd T roop SPECIAL TO CLAY TODAYStaff Sgt. Jessica Ray signals to her team chief that the .50-caliber machine gun is ready during range qualification at Camp Blanding Joint T raining Center, Fla., June 7. Ray recently became the first female in the Army to graduate from the A venger Master Gunners Course. Female Guardsman Armys first to be master gunner 83rd Troop Command changes at Camp Blanding Special to Clay Today STARKE -Soldiers and honored guests gathered at the Camp Blanding Joint Train ing Centers Post Headquarters a change of command ceremony for the Florida Nation al Guards 83rd Troop Command, July 9. The 83rd Troop Command, based in Tal lahassee, is a diverse group with units all over the state. Their mission is to provide crucial training, logistics, and administra tive support as they make sure units are prepared for federal and state missions. Outgoing commander, Col. Perry Hagaman, left a permanent mark on the unit by leading them through a very event ful time in their recent history. During re cent years, nearly nine out of ten Soldiers from the units formation have deployed in support of ongoing overseas operations. Hagaman currently serves as the Chief of Staff for the Florida National Guard. Hagaman relinquishes command to Col. Michael Calhoun who brings with him a plethora of experience commanding other units in the Florida National Guard, most recently the 50th Area Support Group. Maj. Gen. Emmett Titshaw, the Adju tant General of Florida, said Hagaman is an exemplary commander and expressed his gratitude for his leadership through the multitude of projects and missions home and abroad. Hagaman said that it has been a great ride and gladly thanked the soldiers of the 83rd Troop Command for carrying them selves with such professionalism. Calhoun looks forward to his respon sibilities and thanked Titshaw for the op portunity to assume command of such an important unit. Col. Calhoun is an outstanding officer who brings a proven track record of superb leadership in medical and logistic units from platoon to brigade throughout, said Titshaw, He is a dedicated professional who thrives on new challenges and responsibilities. His selection will ensure the 83rd Troop Com mand will continue its exemplary record of achievement. By Sgt. 1st Class Blair Heusdens CAMP BLANDING When Staff Sgt. Jessica Ray came into the Florida National Guards 3rd Battalion, 265th Air Defense Artillery, she followed closely behind the first females to come into the 14S, or Avenger crewmember, Military Occupa tional Specialty. Now, four years later, Ray can claim a first of her own she recently became the first female to graduate from the Avenger Master Gunner course. Its a great accomplishment in my ca reer, said Ray, who works full time for the Florida National Guard in Sarasota. Im proud to be called a master gunner and to be able to take that knowledge to my sol diers. The Avenger Master Gunner course is designed to train a non-commissioned officer to function as the units master of gunnery and the commanders gunnery technical advisor. During the six-week course, soldiers are challenged through three phases of training covering detailed technical knowledge of the weapons sys tem and in depth planning and execution of training. In the beginning it was very long nights, said Ray. But the hard work does pay off. Rays unit is currently conducting annu al training at Camp Blanding Joint Training Center and the units master gunners are crucial to the success of the units training and qualification on the ranges. This train ing at the ranges also gives the soldiers the opportunity to use the skills theyve been training on throughout the year and gives them the chance to get their hands on the real weapons systems during the live fire exercises. When we do ranges like this, were able to implement all the year of hard work, said Ray. Ray deployed with the 3-265th to the National Capital Region in 2009-2010 to provide air defense for the nations capital. The Florida National Guard regularly sup ports this mission and it provides impor tant leadership experience for non-com missioned officers. Staff Sgt. Ray will bring that techni cal ability to the unit, said Capt. Michael Wetter, commander of Battery A, 3-265th. Were tactically already very well trained, but Master Gunners can provide more indepth training on the weapons system. The Avenger system operates with a crew of three, not because three people are required to operate it, but because the responsibility of the mission, especially in the Nations capital, requires an experi enced and highly trained NCO to make the final decision if it is necessary to engage a potential target. Its critical that we have that experi enced NCO Corps, said Maj. Chris Dillon, the battalion operations officer. That per son will be the last person to give the order to engage. The Florida National Guard has led the way in the Avenger MOS sending the first females through the MOS course, the first Guardsman through the Master Gunner course and now the first female through the Master Gunner course. The 3rd Bat talion currently has more trained master gunners than any other unit in the Army. Its great that females are moving up and able to show we can do the job just as well as men, said Ray.

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22 CLAY TODAY July 28, 2011 BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS CLAY T ODAYONLINE.COM U.S. NAVY PHOTOSA WP-3D Orion aircraft known as Miss Piggy sustained front-end damage in September 2010, while conducting weather research in the U S. Virgin Islands for the National Oceanic and A tmospheric A d ministration. The aircraft jumped the nose chocks during a 50-hour inspection and rolled into a building crushing the Radome. (Photo courtesy National Oceanic and A tmospheric A dministration) Miss Piggy gets repairs at NAS Jax facilitySPECIAL TO CLAY TODAYPlastics Worker Jerry W. Lackey wears a respirator and protective clothing, a precaution against airborne particles, as he sands a nose Radome in the Fiberglass Shop at Fleet R eadiness Center Southeast June 22. Special to Clay Today NAS JACKSONVILLE -When a Na tional Oceanic and Atmospheric Ad ministration (NOAA) aircraft sustained front-end damage at St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands in September 2010, Fleet Readi ness Center Southeast (FRCSE) quickly repaired and returned a badly dented radar dome (Radome) used for gathering data and conducting weather research. The WP-3D Orion, one of NOAAs two premiere research aircraft then tasked with conducting flights into a tropical disturbance, was undergoing a 50-hour inspection when the non-injury mishap occurred at the Henry E. Rohlsen Air port. During the maintenance inspection when the hydraulic system was depres surized and the brakes were inoperable, the turboprop aircraft known as Miss Piggy jumped the nose chocks causing it to roll down a steep ramp hitting a build ing and crushing the nose Radome. The nose Radome is the leading structure on the aircraft. The removable dome-shaped covering made of fiberglass protects the radar and space communi cations antennae from wind, water, ice and ultraviolet ray damage and is trans parent to radio frequency signals. Aircraft mechanics shipped the wrecked Radome to the NOAA Aircraft Operations Center (AOC) at MacDill Air Force Base, Tampa, Fla. From there the part traveled by truck in January to FRCSE on Naval Air Station Jackson ville, Fla. In the interim, NOAA installed a spare Radome to ensure the aircraft remained mission ready, while the damaged dome underwent repairs. FRCSE Plastics Worker Jerry W. Lackey assisted by Plastics Helper Der ek Mosley performed the largest depotlevel Radome repair ever conducted at the facility. Our manuals provide no guidance for larger depot-level repairs, he said, but there was no lack of confidence that it could be done. Lackey said the fiberglass/phenolic honeycomb core is sandwiched between three layers of exterior and interior fi berglass, a glass-fiber-reinforced resin product. He said the biggest challenge was maintaining the shape of the dome during the repair. We dont have the tooling to secure the part, he said. I had to repair it from the inside out. I cut out the exterior dam age and the honeycomb. I popped the internal layer out to get the contour. I replaced the honeycomb and did a wet layout process, a three-layer buildup with resin between each layer. Finally I cut out the interior layer and rebuilt it. Normally FRCSE artisans would re place a Radome damaged to this a degree with one from the Navys supply center. It is considered a universal part, said Lackey, but we know they dont always fit. This aircraft is 40 years old. Sometimes it takes longer to modify the replacement part than it does to repair the damage on the original. Repairs directly affect the radars ef ficiency and resolution, which depends on a distortion-free antenna view through the highly instrumented Radome. It takes a highly skilled artisan to repair a Ra dome properly. Lackey started as an electroplater helper 10 years ago. He landed a job as an entry-level plastics worker two years later, which he credits to his experience rebuilding fiberglass car bodies in high school. With his next promotion, he per formed all plastics and fiberglass repair skills. Lackey cross-trained three years ago in composite materials, such as car bon fiber and Kevlar to tackle more indepth repairs. I learned it all right here at FRCSE, he said. FRCSE painters primed and applied paint to the component. Artisans took four months to repair and return the Ra dome to the AOC in Tampa. In addition to their hurricane re search and reconnaissance missions, the two airborne meteorological platforms participate in a wide variety of national and international meteorological, oceano graphic and environmental research pro grams according to NOAAs website.

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CLAYTODAYONLINE.COM BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS July 28, 2011 CLAY TODAY 23 Penney Farms CORRESPONDENT PHOTO BY JEAN ABELLPaul and Linda Sabin. CORRESPONDENT PHOTOS BY LINDA MCINTURFFLaura and Larry Hills, F ounders of PET and Barbara Chase, PET secretary Larry Hills, founder of P.E.T., receives MetLife award Sabins now residents of Penney Retirement Community Linda M. McInturff, Correspondent PENNEY FARMS -The National Asso ciation of Area Agencies on Aging (n4a) and the 2011 MetLife Foundation Older Volun teers Enrich America Awards ceremony was recently held in Washington, D.C. The goal of the awards program is (1) to honor and build awareness of the ex emplary contributions of older volunteers and (2) to encourage other older adults to contribute their knowledge, skills and time to enrich society through volunteerism. The 2011 awards ceremony honored 25 volunteers. The National Association of Area Agen cies on Aging (n4a) is the leading voice on aging issues for Area Agencies on Ag ing across the country and a champion for Title VI Native American aging programs. Barbara Chase, secretary for PET (Personal Energy Transportation), submit ted the organization to the MetLife Foun dation for consideration of the award in recognition of the many years of dedicated and persistent work that Larry Hills has put into the founding and building up of the ministry of PET. After filling out the online application and meeting all the requirements, Larry was one of 25 older volunteers to be recognized. There are two levels of recognition: Gold Honors (top honoree in each category) and Silver Honors. Larry received the Silver Commu nity Champion Award, which honors older volunteers who use their time and talent to make their community a better place to live for persons of all ages. The PET Project was a vision of Larry and Laura Hills while they worked as Meth odist Missionaries in Zaire, later (Congo, and now United Democratic Republic of Congo). The Hills wanted to make life bet ter for the forgotten disabled people they saw and ministered to who were forced to crawl in the dirt in order to go anywhere. These people, 21 million worldwide are crippled by landmines alone. They are also victims of accidents, disease, birth defects and animal attacks. They live in the poor est countries, hidden away by society and a shame to their families, when they could be contributing citizens if they had mobil ity. While at home in the States in 1994 Larry met with Rev. Mel West of Columbia, MO and Earl Minor, a product designer. Together these men had been working on a prototype vehicle that they felt would meet the demands of rough terrain where many living in third world countries are locat ed. Thus, the evolution of the PET began. Several models were designed and sent to Congo to test for their workability. Little by little the things that worked were incor porated and those that did not work were discarded or redesigned. Eventually a standardized model was developed that is now used in all 19 PET construction sites in the US and the three sites outside the US. The Affiliate Sites continue to increase with six more in process of forming during 2011, mak ing it possible for more and more PETs to be made and distributed to the poor and destitute of the world. More than 25,000 PETs have been distributed in 92 coun tries around the world. For the work of PET, Larry and PET Florida received the n4a award of $1000. Attendance was not required in order to receive the award. Larry was pleased and said, It is enough to build four more PETs. Each PET costs $250 and is com pletely financed by donations. The labor, materials, construction and shipping of PETs is also financed by donations. PET Florida gratefully and humbly received this recognition. Anyone interested in developing a con struction site in your area may contact PET at www.petflorida.org and Larry will be glad to set up training workshops for getting your group started. Thanks to all who have provided the gift of mobility to those in need. Jean Abell, Contributor PENNEY FARMS -In the lounge of the PRC Commons building stands a dis play case filled, at the moment, with a collection of handmade dolls. It tells you two things about Linda Sabin. First, she makes dolls. She says when the children were little they wanted expensive dolls and their parents couldnt afford them, so she made them. From this we can in fer that Linda is a person of energy and enterprise, one who accomplishes a lot. But theres more. Each doll represents a nurse, male or female, and one of a particular time and place. Behind and in front of the dolls are quilts and other pieces of paper describing nursing in the days represented by the various dolls. And that gives the clue that Linda is very interested in nursing history. So the whole story is that Linda is a nurse on the faculty of the U. of Louisiana and a practicing historian. She explains that to be a nurse educator one has to 1) have nursing expertise, 2) know how to teach, and 3) choose a research field. She had the first two qualifications; she chose nursing education for her research and added a Masters in American History to her previous degrees. Since then shes earned a Ph.D. in Higher Education from Ole Miss. As a nurse educator shes much in demand. She explains that there arent nearly enough of them; an experienced nurse practitioner makes over twice as much as a nurse educator, whos spent a lot more time and money going to school. So, although Linda is here, shes working full time one more year. Her office? Wher ever her computer is. What about Paul? Hes an ordained Methodist minister and trained social worker. Hes retired in both capacities but will take his turn preaching in Penney Memorial Church and use his social work skills in informal counseling. At the request of the Methodist Church, Paul took over and reorganized what they called the last orphanage, the Method ist Childrens Home in Mississippi, after spending five years in the pastorate. He took the children from the large home and placed them in small group homes around the state, six or seven children to a home, with a carefully picked couple of house parents for each home. It was bet ter for the children but bad for support, because people wanted to be able to visit a place rather than hear about scattered places. In the 1980s the Sabins lived in Jacksonville. Linda took students to visit Moosehaven, Wesley Manor, and Penney Retirement Community, asking them to decide which best fitted the profile of ac tive retirement she gave them. 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24 CLAY TODAY July 28, 2011 BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS CLAY T ODAYONLINE.COMA Clay County Fire and R escue firefighter prepares to wet down brush near a house that burned as part of a joint training exercise conducted by CCFR and the Orange Park Fire De partment. The controlled burn took place off Creighton R oad near Doctors Lake Drive. STAFF PHOTOS BY STEPHEN KINDLANDAn outbuilding next to a house off Creighton R oad near Doctors Lake is engulfed in flames after Clay County Fire and R escue personnel and members of the Orange Park Fire Department conducted a joint training exercise on Wednesday, July 20. Bother structured were burned to the ground after the property owner gave his consent. Controlled burn takes down home, outbuilding By Stephen Kindland Staff writer ORANGE PARK Todays firefighters will tell you theres a lot more to putting out blazes than jumping off a truck, grab bing a hose and spraying water on a burn ing building. Eighteen members of Clay County Fire and Rescue and the Orange Park Fire De partment demonstrated that during a re cent controlled burn off Creighton Road near Doctors Lake Bridge. Together they spent three days starting, snuffing and re kindling fires in different rooms of a vacant house and a nearby outbuilding as part of a joint training exercise. The sessions culminated on Wednes day, July 20 with a total burn-down of both wood frame structures, which had been donated by a local resident. David Motes, CCFRs deputy chief of operations, said the burn -which drew complaints from two neighbors -was an excellent simulation of a real emergency. It was a controlled chaos, he said. Its a risk-and-gain situation. At risk was the safety of the 18 fire fighters. What was gained is almost im measurable, officials from both agencies agreed. After piling hay on wood pallets in one room, a match was lit and firefighters wait ed outside until flames were visible before three-member teams including a rapid Intervention standby team in case any thing went wrong swung into action. Meanwhile, fire chiefs from the two departments kept a watchful eye on the proceedings, taking notes on whether equipment and safety gear performed as expected, and how well the firefighters communicated with each other and those in command. Talking into radios underneath those helmets is almost an art form, Motes said. It takes a lot of practice. He also said some firefighters learned first-hand what happens when a fog stream nozzle is used instead of a straight stream nozzle in a closed room. The fog stream pushes the air around even more, so they learned a lot about thermal balance, Motes said. The higher SEE BURN, 25

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CLAYTODAYONLINE.COM BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS July 28, 2011 CLAY TODAY 25 you are in a room thats on fire, the hotter it gets. Thats why I tell them to always stay low. Controlled burns require a great deal of planning as well as approval from various agencies and notification to nearby hom eowners, Motes said. However, one resi dent, who was on vacation when notices were posted, complained that debris from the fire had landed on his driveway. Once we explained everything to him he was fine, Motes said. A second resident showed up on the last day, concerned that her house might catch fire from flay-away ashes. She lived about a half a football field away, Motes said. I told her we had plen ty of people around in case anything hap pened. I think she was satisfied [when she left]. Aside from that, the training went smoothly and without injury. We continue to learn every time we go out and do one of these, Motes said. We have a varying level of [firefighting] knowl edge in our department. Orange Park Fire Chief Ty Silcox said he also was impressed with each scenario. You cannot replace live firefighting training like that, he said. We got to ex perience and observe a lot of firefighting behavior. Working in conjunction with [CCFR] establishes a better working relationship, he added. They all performed at a high level and we got to see that. Anyone who has a home or other struc ture that may be used for a live fire training event can call the Clay County Fire Rescue training division at 1-877-252-9302. Burn FROM PAGE 24 PHOTOS COURTESY OF CLAY COUNTY FIRE RESCUEClay County Fire R escue and Orange Park Fire Department officials say controlled burns like the one on Creighton R oad provide invaluable training and experience for firefighters.

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26 CLAY TODAY July 28, 2011 BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS CLAY T ODAYONLINE.COM the country but never found anything else that lived up to this standard of volunteer activity. And here they are. Linda partici pates in Penney Crafters and has just ac quired an exercise class in the Pavilion. Paul hopes to be involved at Hagen Care Center along with Dr. Hill and others. He has joined the band and plays golf with new Penney friends. And hes keen on re cruiting more retiring pastors. The Sabins married 32 years ago and have five children, all from their first mar riages. Linda says, Weve forgotten which is whose. Their blended family consists of Craig, an engineer; Todd, a computer design engineer; Laurel, an autism expert and consultant; Melinda, assistant to a city mayor; Drew, a hospital construction administrator; and 9 grandchildren aged 2 to 19. None of the children are in profes sional Christian service, but all are Chris tians who serve. Paul was born in Rochester, NY; Linda in Worcester, MA. Paul has degrees from Lycoming College, PA; Pacific School of Religion, CA; and Barry U., FL. Lindas come from Johns Hopkins Hospital School of Nursing, Syracuse U., University of Florida and University of Mississippi. Sabins FROM PAGE 23 Northeast Florida lane closings and repairs Special to Clay Today ORANGE PARK -The following are Jacksonville Area Florida Department of Trans portation lane closings for the week of July 23-29: CR 209 bridge replacement project over Black Creek (Clay County) Daily lane closings cannot occur between 3:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. Lanes may be closed at various times of the day, and two-way traffic will be maintained using flaggers. This project should be finished in the fall of 2011. SR 21 widening project between Old Jennings Road and Knight Boxx Road (Clay County) One northbound lane will be closed between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. daily from Saturday, July 23 through Friday, July 29. A traffic switch to the new northbound lanes is ten tatively scheduled for Tuesday, July 26. This project is scheduled to be finished in the summer of 2011. SR 21 at Santa Clara Avenue and Hall-Boree Road turn lane construction (Clay County) One lane will be closed daily in both directions between 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. from Monday, July 25 through Friday, July 29. This project should be finished this summer. SR 100 resurfacing project between the Bradford and Putnam county lines (Clay County) Single lanes will be daily between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. and 6 a.m. (Monday through Friday). Two-way traffic will be maintained using flaggers. This project should be completed in the late summer of 2011. CR 315C resurfacing from Christian Camp Road (CR 214) to SR 21 (Clay County) Lanes will be closed in both directions daily between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. weekdays. This project should be finished in early 2012. I-10 resurfacing and widening project between Lane Avenue and Halsema Road Single eastbound lanes will be closed between 7 p.m. and 5 a.m. and westbound lanes may be closed between 8 p.m. and 5 a.m. from Sunday, July 24 to Thursday, July 28. The off ramp from I-10 westbound to Chaffee Road WILL BE TOTALLY CLOSED from 8 p.m. on Sunday, July 31 until 5 a.m. on Monday, August 1. Detour signs will be posted. This project is scheduled to be completed in the spring of 2012. I-10 pavement improvement project between Stockton Street and Lane Avenue Eastbound lanes will be closed nightly between 6:30 p.m. and 5:30 a.m. from Sun day, July 24 through Thursday, July 28. Ramp closings will occur between 8 p.m. and 5 a.m. from Sunday, July 24 through Thursday, July 28. Detour signs will be posted. This project is scheduled for completion in the spring of 2012. I-95 pavement and highway improvement project between Atlantic Boulevard and J. Turner Butler Boulevard One lane will be closed in both directions nightly between 8 p.m. and 6 a.m. from Sunday, July 24 through Thursday, July 28. This project should be finished by early 2013. I-295/Collins Road interchange construction project Single lanes on the on and off ramps at Blanding Boulevard and I-295 will be closed on various nights next week (Sunday through Friday) between 7 p.m. and 5 a.m. The project should be finished in early 2013. Dames Point Bridge maintenance project Two lanes will be closed in each direction nightly between 7:30 p.m. and 5:30 a.m. from Sunday, July 24 through Friday, July 29. One southbound and one northbound lane will be closed permanently for construction activities until approximately late fall. This work should be finished in late 2011. Mathews Bridge One eastbound lane will be closed on Tuesday, July 26 between 9:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. for routine bridge maintenance. Southside Connector at the Arlington Expressway Individual southbound lanes will be closed on Monday, July 25 and Tuesday, July 26 between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for routine bridge maintenance. SR 9A south of Baymeadows Road Single lanes in each direction will be closed nightly from Sunday, July 24 through Thursday, July 28 between 8 p.m. and 6 a.m. for construction of the new SR 9B segment. Nightly lane closings on SR 9A are expected to continue through the fall. The new SR 9B section should open in the fall of 2012. SEE CLOSINGS, 31

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CLAYTODAYONLINE.COM BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS July 28, 2011 CLAY TODAY 27 Gresser, Nancy, Teacher, Argyle El ementary School Grzybala, Christine, Instructional As sistant, Middleburg High School Gunter, Dorothy, Media Specialist, Green Cove Junior High Gutierrez, Maria, Custodian, Ridgeview High Hagan, Crystal, Bus Monitor, Transpor tation Hall, Tim E., Bus Driver, Transporta tion Hampshire, Gwendolyn, ESE Asst/Gen eral, Lake Asbury Elementary Hamry, Paul, Custodian, Wilkinson El ementary Harvey, D. Joyce, Student Records Sec., Ridgeview High School Heiskell, Nancy, Teacher, Orange Park High School Hopkins, Mary, Teacher, Clay Hill El ementary Huddleston, Wayne, Teacher, Keystone Heights High Ivey, Bruce, Teacher, Charles E. Ben nett Elementary Johnson, Sarah, Teacher, Instructional Div/ESE Keller, Mabel, ESE Secretary, Tynes Elementary Kelley, Martha, Teacher, County Wide/ Leave Kennerly, Mutsuko, Teacher, W.E. Cherry Elementary Kirkham, Paul, Guidance Counselor, Oakleaf High School Klein, Penny, Teacher, Orange Park El ementary Knight, Lynda, Bus Monitor, Transpor tation Koontz, Barbara, Teacher, Middleburg High School Lee, Marilyn, Teacher, Bannerman Learning Center Letioa, Myrna, Bus Driver, Transporta tion Lowery, Donald, Teacher, Ridgeview High Martin, Clarence, Custodian, Support Services Masters, Myrna Gayle, Administrative Secretary, Food & Nutrition Services Mauldin, Janet, Acct. Supt. Asst, CW/ Business Affairs McCallar, Tammey, Custodian, Doctors Inlet Elementary McClain, Fred, Teacher, Middleburg High Middleton, Carolyn Sue, Teacher, Pat erson Elementary Mixson, Janey, Teacher, Lake Asbury Junior High Morey, Eva, Bus Monitor, Transporta tion Musselman, Gary, Custodian, RideOut Elementary Nix, Gary, Mechanic, Trans/CW Leave Nix, Joyce, Bus Driver, Transportation Nordeen, Sharlene, Teacher, Ridgeview Elementary Norris, Manillion, Teacher, Thunderbolt Elementary Palmer, Patricia, ESE Asst.General, Paterson Elementary Peters, Elizabeth, Teacher, RideOut El ementary Plank, Theresa, Cafeteria Assistant, Tynes Elementary Prendergast, Michael, Custodian, Fleming Island Elementary Ray, Christine, Social Worker, CW/Stu dent Services Rice, Deborah, Bus Driver, Transporta tion Richards, Kelly, Teacher, Keystone Heights High Richardson, Tara, Assistant Principal, Fleming Island High Rivers, Peggy, ESE Assistant/GH, Thun derbolt Elementary Robbins, Barbara, Teacher, Lakeside Elementary Rogers, Terry, ESE Assistant/GH, CW Leave Ross, Diane, Custodian, Green Cove Springs Junior High Rubino, Rose, Head Custodian, W.E. Cherry Elementary Rubino, Martin, Carpenter, CW/Main tenance Schlichtman, Paul, Vice Principal, Or ange Park Junior High Schlichtman, John, Principal, Lakeside Elementary Smith, Dorothy, ISS Assistant, Rid geview Elementary Snipes, Carolyn, Bus Monitor, Trans portation Staples, Carolyn, School Secretary 12 Months, Orange Park High School Stiltner, Suda, Bus Monitor, Transpor tation Sutton, Marilyn, Classroom Assistant, Shadowlawn Elementary Thomas, Linda, Teacher, Grove Park Elementary Toole, Patricia, Teacher, Ridgeview El ementary Trabert, Katherine, Teacher, Keystone Heights High Treece, Cynthia, Teacher, RideOut El ementary Trinrud, Patricia, Teacher, W.E. Cherry Elementary Tuggles, Catherine, School Social Work er, CW/Student Services Turner, Judy, Cafeteria Assistant, Charles E. Bennett Elementary Turner, Mary E., Bookkeeper, Middle burg High School Vallencourt, Carol, School Board Mem ber, County Wide Veres, Robert, Director of Transporta tion, Transportation Villarini, Maria, Teacher, Doctors Inlet Elementary Wade, Paula, ESE Assistant/General Waggoner, Danny, GED/ABE Teacher, Adult & Comm. Education Washington, Audrey, Teacher, Doctors Inlet Elementary Wells, Patricia, Teacher, Fleming Is land Elementary Werner, Barbara, Teacher, Ridgeview High School Wigg, Michael, Fuel Attendant, Trans portation Wilkie, Barbara, Bookkeeper, Orange Park High School Williams, Janet, Cafeteria Assistant, Fleming Island Elementary School FROM PAGE 16 SPECIAL TO CLAY TODAYR ufus and Emma are just two of the many pets treated by Drs. LaDue and Locke at SEV O. And, some of the animals treated at the specialty practice are more of the exotic variety. R ecently, a 140-lb. Capybara named Gordita was successfully treated by the practice. Orange Parks SEVO treats ailing pooches Special to Clay Today ORANGE PARK Increasing the odds for pets with cancer, Southeast Veterinary Oncology, a regional pet cancer treatment facility founded by veterinary oncolo gist Dr. Tracy La Due, is being lauded by pet owners for its work to save the lives of Rufus, an English Yellow Lab rador and Emma, a Boxer. Six-year-old Ru fus prognosis wasnt good from the start. His future looked grim after 12 months of difficult-to-diagnose mast cell cancer of the nose (muzzle cancer). His initial exam also showed mast cell tumors in the lymph glands below one eye and under his chin. Told that his life span was only six months with just surgery to treat the disease, Ru fus owners Chris and George Forrest from Hilton Head, South Carolina, sought out veterinary cancer specialists at Southeast Veterinary Oncology (SEVO). Rufus was a high-risk patient from the get go, said Dr. LaDue. We chose radia tion and chemotherapy to optimize his sur vival time. Radiation is very effective at lo cal control, but muzzle mast cell tumor has a fifty percent risk of nodal metastasis, so chemotherapy was also in order. Follow ing these treatments, dogs can still have a high risk of treatment failure, so we opted to use the novel drug Palladia due to its different mechanism of action. Palladia, manufactured by Pfizer Ani mal Health, was specifically developed to treat mast cell tumors in dogs and is the first canine cancer treatment in the U.S. Pfizer introduced the drug only to boarded specialists like SEVO in July 2009. The drug offers about a 60 percent improve ment rate in treating canine cancer [tu mors disappear, shrink or stop growing]. Because they live three and a half hours away in Hilton Head, Chris and George rented a pet friendly condo in St. Augustine for a month so that they could make the five trips a week to SEVO for Ru fus radiation treatments and once weekly chemotherapy dosage. This month-long intensive treatment was then followed by another year of monthly chemo treatments and next, dosages of Palladia for another year. Two years later, Rufus is cancer free. His owners now commute the short dis tance to SEVOS Savannah office for fol low-up visits. We were lucky but Dr. LaDue and fellow veterinary oncologist Dr. Jennifer Locke are the best, said Forrest. They Dr. T racy LaDue were honest, straight forward, loving and incredibly knowledgeable about animal cancer. Rufus is still around after two years and hes completely normal. He runs, plays and looks and acts just like his old self a lovely pain in the neck. Although Emmas prognosis was not as dire as that of Rufus, immediate action was needed after her owners, Matt and Lori Co chran found a very tiny bump in her hind leg in September 2009. Their veterinarian advised surgery to remove the lump but because the tumor was growing deep in SEE SEVO 35

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28 CLAY TODAY July 28, 2011 BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS CLAY T ODAYONLINE.COM Have your event listed in Clay Today! Contact Greg Walsh at: 904.579.2151 gwalsh@jcpgroup.com Community Calendar FULL EV E NT CAL E NDAR AVAILABL E ONLIN E V isit www.claytodayonline.com UPCOMING EVENTS OP WOMANS CLUB ANNUAL RUMMAGE SALE: July 29 & 30, 8 a.m. 2 p.m., 130 Kingsley Ave. Proceeds go for scholarships for Clay County High School Students. Household items, clothing, lots of miscellaneous items, bake sale, hot dogs, & cold drinks. LIFEPRINT CHILD SAFETY EVENT: 10 a.m.2 p.m. Saturday, July 30, at Ryland Homes Pine Ridge Community, 4735 Pine Lake Drive, Midele burg. Parents receive free biometric fingerprint profile of their child along with digital photo, child safety journal and home DNA identification kit. LIBRARY ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION: 10 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 13, at the MiddleburgClay Hill Library, 2245 Aster Ave. Event includes childrens activities and the TGIF band, plus a special presentation at 11 a.m. by Friends of the Middleburg-Clay Hill Library. Call (904) 541-5825 for details.FUNDRAISING EVENTS: JULIA HERBERT CHILDREN FAMILY FUN DAY BENEFIT: 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Saturday, July 30 at Reynolds Park, Green Cove Springs. Live mu sic, kids games, motorcycle poker run, car show, silent auction and horseshoe tournament are among planned events. Proceeds benefit the four children of Herbert. Go online to www.facebook. com/juliaherbertchildrenbenefit POKER RUN: Oct. 1 hosted by American Legion Post 250, Middleburg, auxiliary. Proceeds will provide a Christmas party and holiday food baskets for Middleburg area families. Cost: $15 per rider, $5 per passenger, includes dinner; Meal tickets for non-riders, $6. Door prizes and auction the ride. Breakfast available for $5. Call Jean Miller at (904) 773-5184.FARMERS MARKETS Green Cove Springs, 9 a.m.-2 p.m., each Saturday, 1050 N. Orange Ave. Orange Park, 10 a.m.1 p.m., each Satur day, at Oakleaf Town Center. Keystone Heights, 9 a.m. 1 p.m., at Nature Park on SR 21, across from town hall. Ongoing Clay County events & meetings broken down by category SENIOR ACTIVITIES ELDER CAREGIVER SUPPORT GROUP: 7:30 p.m. the fourth Thursday of each month (Jan.October) at St. Giles Presbyterian Church Fellow ship Hall, 116 Foxridge Road, Orange Park. Free and open to the public. (904) 982-3030 CLAY SENIOR ADVOCACY COUNCIL: 9 a.m. second Thursday of the month at The Allegro, U.S. 17, Fleming Island. $25 per year to join. (904) 3185332. FRIDAY NIGHT DANCE CLUB: 7:30 p.m. each Friday, 423 McIntosh Ave. Singles and couples wel come; live music ranging from country to old time rock n roll. Dancing is from 8 to 11 p.m. Admission is $7 for members, $9 non-members. Casual attire. Website: www.fridaynightdanceclub.com. Phone: (904) 269-1757. Email: Paulnap@comcast.net ZUMBA GOLD FITNESS: 11 a.m. each Wednesday at Baileys Powerhouse Gym, 700 Blan ding Blvd., Orange Park. Low-impact Latin dance/ fitness class open to the public. Cost: $10. Call (904) 264-0312. BALLROOM DANCE: 7:30 p.m. each Monday at the Orange Park Senior Center, 414 Stowe Ave. Three piece band plays. $5 donation. Kete at (904) 260-8061. Free dance class beginning at 7 p.m. Monday. MIDDLEBURG SENIORS BINGO: 10-11:45 a.m. each Monday and Thursday, Weigel Senior Center, 3916 Section St., Middleburg. (904) 2913520. FREE SOUP KITCHENS: 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. every Saturday at following Clay County senior centers: 604 Walnut St., Green Cove Springs; 414 Stowe Ave., Orange Park; 3916 Section St., Middleburg; and 125 Commercial Circle, Keystone Heights GREEN COVE SPRINGS SENIOR CENTER: Bingo (10 a.m. M-W-Fr); yoga (8:30 a.m. Wed); free soup kitchen (11 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday); free blood pressure check (third Wed. of month); free diabetic check (fourth Wed. of month); adult day care daily. (904) 284-5977. LINE DANCING (Middleburg): Every Thursday at Senior Center, 3916 Section Street. Call Marla at (904) 291-3520 LINE DANCING (Green Cove): 2:30 p.m. ev ery Wednesday, at Senior Center, 604 Walnut St. Cost: $3 per dancer. Call (904) 284-5977. SENIOR AEROBICS: 1:30 p.m. every Tuesday and Thursday, Keystone Heights Senior Center, 125 Commercial Circle: Cost: $1.50 per session. Call 352-473-7121.HEAL TH ARGYLE AREA COMMUNITY GARDEN: every Saturday morning at community garden off Col lins Road. Organic garden open to Clay and Duval county residents. Email argylecommunitygarden@ gmail.com, call (904) 527-1950. Website: www. meetup.com/Argyle-Area-Community-Garden/ NORTH FLORIDA ASPERGERS/AUTISM SUPPORT GROUP: Contact Constance at (904) 269-7819 or at nfaasg@att.net for further infor mation. MS SOCIETY CLAY CO.: 11 a.m. second Saturday of the month, Orange Park Library, 2054 Plainfield Ave. Call Tony Harbin, 278-8060. WAY FREE CLINIC: 9 a.m.-noon, first and third Saturday and Sunday of the month, 479 Hous ton St., Green Cove Springs. Free medical services available to all uninsured and indigent men, women and children in Clay County. No appointment need ed. Call (904) 531-9504. OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS: 10 a.m. each Tuesday and Friday, Orange Park Presbyterian Church, 1905 Reed St. Open to all men and women with eating disorders. (904) 264-1548 or 7718957. ALZHEIMERS SUPPORT GROUP: 6:30 p.m., first Wednesday of each month, The Allegro of Fleming Island, 3651 U.S. 17. (904) 278-4442, ext. 123. ALZHEIMERS SUPPORT GROUP: group 10 a.m., first Tuesday of every month at Moosehaven, 1701 Park Ave. Orange Park. Holly Sanford (904) 521-8252. FLEMING ISLAND WALKERS: 8:15 a.m. each weekday, in Eagle Harbor at the park and pier off Lakeshore Drive at White Owl. Three mile walk is for health and to make friends. Sandra at (904) 215-5750. GRIEFSHARE SEMINAR: 5:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m. each Sunday, at Pinewood Presbyterian Church, 198 Knight Boxx Road, Middleburg. (904) 272-7177. FIBROMYALGIA GROUP: 6 p.m., first Thurs day of each month at the Life Care Center, Kingsley Avenue, Orange Park. Call (904) 291-1099. YOGA AND LIVING FOOD CLASSES: daily classes at The Goddard School, 2280 Village Square Parkway, Fleming Island. Classes for parent/child, home schoolers, moms only and athletes. Email penny@bottlinghealth.com or (904) 962-8398 to register. YOGA CLASSES AND WELLNESS WORK SHOPS: daily classes and weekly workshops at Lifes Journey Yoga & Wellness Center, 2301 Park Avenue (The Office Pavilion), Suite 302, Orange Park. Classes for adults, children, and families. www.lifesjourneywellness.com. E-mail info@lifes journeywellness.com or (904) 276-3116. MAKING STRIDES AGAINST BREAST CAN CER: 6 p.m. on varying Tuesdays at American Can cer Society office, 1536 Kingsley Ave., Suite 123, Orange Park. Call (904) 707-5764. FREE MEDICAL CARE: 9 a.m. noon, second Saturday of every month, Clay County Volunteer Medical Clinic, 3229 Bear Run Blvd., Orange Park. One must be at the 200% poverty level or below to qualify. 282-0439 or 269-6340. GREEN COVE SPRINGS WEIGHT ERS: 6:30 p.m., every Monday, at the Orange Avenue Baptist Church, 1106 Orange Ave. Rosemarie Murphy is meeting leader. GRIEF RECOVERY SUPPORT: 7 p.m. every Monday at Russell Haven of Rest and Funeral Home, Russell Road, Green Cove Springs. Each session is self-contained. All are welcome. (904) 284-7720. GRIEF WALK: 8 a.m. every Saturday, at Rus sell Haven of Rest Cemetery and Funeral Home, Russell Road, Green Cove Springs. A grief walk will be held where people can share their feelings about loss and get support. (904) 284-7720. CLAY COUNCIL OF THE BLIND: 10 a.m., the first Monday of each month, meets at the Fleming Island Library, 1895 Town Center Blvd. Blind, visu ally impaired and sighted persons are all welcome. Call (904) 264-4612 or 307-0300. NE FLA BRAIN TUMOR PATIENT/CAREGIV ER SUPPORT GROUP: 10 a.m., third Saturday of the month. Meetings at the FCCJ Deerwood Center, 9911 Old Baymeadows Road. (904) 273-8755. COMMUNITY OUTREACH FOR AUTISM: 6:30 p.m. first Wednesday of the month, Grace Epis copal Church, 245 Kingsley Ave., Orange Park. Call (904) 264-9981 to register. HOSPICE VOLUNTEERS NEEDED: Haven Hospice of Jacksonville needs volunteers. Assign ments are available at various times to meet vol unteers schedules. Sandra Francis at (904) 7339818 or 465-0290. MOMS CLUB OF ORANGE PARK/WEST SIDE: 10-11 a.m. second Thursday, at Calvary United Methodist Church, 112 Blanding Blvd. (904) 504-6016 FREE REHABILITATION SEMINAR: 4 5 p.m. first Wednesday. Offered by the Rehab. Department of Orange Park. 276-7170. TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly): 10 a.m.noon Tuesday, at Calvary United Methodist Church, 112 Blanding Blvd. (904) 502-6610. TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) MIDDLEBURG: 6:30 p.m. each Tuesday at Crossroads Baptist Church, 1595 Baxley Rd., Middleburg. Call (904) 272-9246 GIRLS ON THE RUN: 4:30 6 p.m. Mondays and 9-10:30 a.m. Saturdays at theBarco Newton YMCA, Fleming Island. Combines running and train ing with life lessons. Open to girls of all abilities. (904) 730-9670 or go online to www.gotrneflorida. org. FREE MEDICAL CARE: 9 a.m.-noon, second Saturday of the month, Clay County Volunteer Medi cal Clinic, at the Clay County Health Clinic, 3229 Bear Run Blvd., Orange Park. Must be 200 percent below poverty level. (904) 282-0439. GRIEFSHARE: 5:30 p.m., each Sunday, Pine wood Presbyterian Church, 198 Knightboxx Road, Middleburg. (904) 272-7177. GRIEFSHARE: 6:30 p.m. each Tuesday at Hi bernia Baptist Church, 1700 U.S. 17 South, Fleming Island. (904) 269-7373.POLITICAL CLAY CO. REPUBLICAN PARTY: 7 p.m., fourth Monday of the month at Orange Park Town Hall, 2042 Park Ave. All interested parties are wel come. Call (904) 272-3400. Website: www.clayre publicans.com. CLAY CO. DEMOCRATIC PARTY: 7 p.m. fourth Monday of each month, Clay County DEC Headquarters, 868 Blanding Blvd. Everyone is wel come. Call (904) 272-0093. Website: www.clay countydemocrats.net. FIRST COAST TEA PARTY OF CLAY COUNTY: 6:30-8 p.m., third Tuesday of the month at Weigel Senior Center, 3916 Section St., Middleburg. Julys topic: Is the Federal Reserve needed by UNF pro fessor Jerry Merkel. Call S(904) 282-1883. Email: d.scarborough@comcast.net. 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Journey Church, 797 Blanding Blvd., or online at www.impactlcay.org. (904) 483-6881 SPIRITUAL AWARENESS BIBLE CLASS: 9:30 a.m. every Friday, Barco-Newton YMCA, Fleming Is land. Marie Smith at (904) 284-2937. Ladies Community Christian Book Club: Noon -1:30pm, first Tuesday of each month at the Fleming Island Library Meeting Room. Go online to home. comcast.net/~ccbcinop/site/ Email: ccbcinop@ comcast.net BIBLE STUDY: 7-8:30 p.m. each Tuesday at Hilton Garden Inn, Park Avenue, Orange Park. The Source World Wide Ministries hosts the study. Website: www.thesource-wwm.com. Call: (904) 483-1710. MIDDLEBURG AREA REPUBLICAN CLUB: 7 p.m., third Monday of each month, at Cedar River Seafood, 2475 Blanding Blvd., Middleburg. Dinner optional. Call (904) 282-4958. FAMILY FUN NIGHT: 4-7 p.m. first Sunday of each month, at First United Methodist Church of Green Cove Springs, 500 Walnut St. Families watch a movie and enjoy snacks and drinks. Unaccompa nied school-age children if a parent or guardian has filled out a registration form. Call (904) 284-9700. CLAY COUNTY SALVATION ARMY WOMENS AUXILIARY: 10 a.m. third Friday of every month (Sept.-May) at the Salvation Army facility on Coun ty Road 220 in Middleburg. Call: (904) 276-6677. ED 4 ACTION GROUP: 7 p.m., last Tuesday of each month at the Fellowship Bible Church, 2827 CR 220. Call (904) 291-9889. HEALTH BY GOD: 7 p.m., first Thursday, Dis cover FAMILY chiropractic, 1339 Blanding Blvd., No. 5. Food, fellowship and prizes. (904) 272-6886. CHRISTIAN MOTORCYCLIST ASSOCIATION: 6-8 p.m. each Friday at Zaxbys, Blanding Boule vard, Orange Park; also 5 6 p.m. fourth Satur day, Orange Avenue Baptist Church, Green Cove Springs. BUSINESS NETWORKING OPPORTUNITY: 4:30-7 p.m. second Thursday of the month, Ramirez Restaurant, 1237 Park Ave., Orange Park. Associated Medical Office Experts (AMO) members are invited to at tend along with any future medical office experts. Call (904) 268-1148 LUNCH AND LEARN NETWORKING: Noon, each Saturday at Opies Wings and Oyster Bar 2141 Loch Rane Blvd., Orange Park. Open to all local small businesses owners and entrepreneurs. (904) 272-7829. AMERICAN BUSINESS WOMENS ASSO CIATION: 6 p.m., third Tuesday of the month, Club Continental, Astor Street, Orange Park. ABWA of Orange Park meeting begins with networking at 6 p.m., meeting at 6:30 p.m. (904) 771-7205. BUSINESS NETWORKING INTERNATIONAL (BNI): 7:30 a.m EACH Tuesday. Eagle Harbor Golf Club. (904) 710-6510. WOMEN BUSINESS OWNERS: 8 9 a.m. third Thursday of the month, Howard Johnsons, Orange Park. Meeting cost is $2 per person. (904) 557-1453 to RSVP. MILITARY MARINE CORPS LEAGUE: 7 p.m., third Mon day, at Middleburg VFW. 272-5013. DAV CHAPTER 38 MEETINGS: 7 p.m., second Tuesday of each month, 470 Madeira Drive, Orange Park. Service officers are available from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday. Bingo: Saturday, 10 a.m.-3 p.m., and Thursday, 6:30-9:30 p.m. Break fast and lunch served Saturdays; dinner served Thursdays. (904) 269-2945. VFW POST 8255, LADIES AUXILIARY & MENS AUXILIARY: 7:30 p.m., third Wednesday of every month, 2296 Aster Ave., Middleburg. BINGO is held at 6 p.m. every Thursday. AMERICAN LEGION POST 202 MEETINGS AND BINGO: meetings every third Thursday at the post, 7441 SR 21, Keystone Heights; 5 p.m. social hour, 6 p.m. dinner, 7 p.m. meeting; Bingo every Wednesday (early birds at 6 p.m., regular games at 7 p.m.) Call (352) 473-6642. VFW BINGO: Every Thursday night at VFW 8255, 2296 Astor Ave., Middleburg. Early bird games start at 6:30 p.m. Regular games start at 7 p.m. and late night games start around 9:30 p.m. Three jackpots, $250 each. (904) 282-0475 CLUBS/ASSOCIATIONS MOOSE PROMENADERS: 7-10 p.m. each Thursday at the Moose Lodge, 5051 Collins Road, Jacksonville. Plus level square dancing. Beginner classes start Sept 1; first two classes free. Call Jim Maroldo (904) 215-7922. U.S. COAST GUARD AUXILIARY FLOTILLA 145: 7 p.m., second Monday of each month at Reyn olds Park Yacht Center, Green Cove Springs. Email: flotilla14.5@gmail.com. Website: http://a0701405. uscgaux.info CATBUGS RESCUE FUNDRAISER: 7 p.m. third Wednesday of each month at Magnolia Point Golf & Country Club, Green Cove Springs. Dinner from 5:30-7 p.m. ($25 per person donation). Bingo begins afterwards; must be at least 18 years old to play. Call (904) 673-5813 for details. MIDDLEBURG CIVIC ASSOCIATION: 7 p.m., the second Monday of the month at the association office, 2102 Palmetto St. Meeting begins at 7:30 p.m. (904) 291-4017 CLAY COUNTY CRUZERS CAR CLUB: 6 p.m., first Thursday of the month at the American Legion Hall, CR 218, Middleburg. Call (904) 562-9333 or go online to www. claycountycruzers.com ORANGE PARK AMATEUR RADIO CLUB: 7:30 p.m. third Thursday of the month, in the classrooms behind the Orange Park Medical Center. Anyone in terested in amateur radio invited. (904) 276-5859 for further details. GROVE PARK/OAK HOLLOW CIVIC ASSOCI ATION: 7 p.m., first Thursday of each month, at the Orange Park Library, Plainfield Avenue. Call (904) 442-8266 or email heiser1941@aol.com for more details. CLAY COUNTY WRITERS GROUP: 6:15 p.m. third Wednesday every month at the Clay County Headquarters Library, 1895 Town Center Blvd., Fleming Island. Meeting open to everyone. Email mjung@wordspringconsulting.com. ORANGE PARK WOMANS CLUB: 10 a.m., first Thursday of the month at the Clubhouse, 130 Kingsley Ave. (904) 264-1881 CLAY COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY: 7 p.m. fourth Monday of each month at the Clay County Historic Courthouse, 915 Walnut St, Green Cove Springs. Go online to www.claycountyhistoricalso ciety.org for more details. HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF ORANGE PARK: 6:30 p.m., second Monday of each month at Clarke House in Clark Park, Kingsley Avenue. (904) 2641881 HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF PENNEY FARMS: 7 p.m., third Thursday of the month at Penney Farms Town Hall, Clark Avenue. (904) 529-9078. HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF MIDDLEBURG: 7 p.m., first Thursday of month at Middleburg-Clay Hill Library, 2245 Aster St. Call Pat Mueller (904) 282-5924 AMERICAN LEGION BAND PRACTICE: 7 p.m. every Monday in the Orange Park High School band building. Fifth District American Legion Symphonic Band seeks brass, percussionists and woodwind players. Art Tenney at (904) 282-6316. GARDEN CLUB OF ORANGE PARK: There are five circles, each with their own meeting times. Contact Art Burnett at (904)282-4981 for further details. GREATER ORANGE PARK DOG CLUB: 7:30 p.m. second Monday of the month, most often at the Orange Park Public Library, Plainfield Avenue. Web site: www.gopdc.org; email: kbkital@att.net. GARDEN CLUB OF MIDDLEBURG: 9:30 a.m. first Friday of the month, at the Middleburg Civic Center, 2102 Palmetto St. Contact Rae Ditto at (904) 304-3637 GARDEN CLUB OF THE LAKES: 10 a.m. sec ond Thursday of the month at the First Presbyterian Church, SR 21. Contact Cheryl Owen at 352-4739058. GARDEN CLUB OF GREEN COVE SPRINGS: 10 a.m. third Thursday of the month at the Council on Aging, 604 Walnut St, Green Cove Springs. Con tact Care at (904) 687-0879. WWII WAR BRIDES CHAPTER NE FLA.: third Saturday of the month, 12 p.m. at Cedar River Seafood, Middleburg. Open to all foreign-born war brides, children or grandchildren of war bride par ents. Joan (352) 473-5450 or (904) 472-7191; or Susan, (904) 607-2796. TOASTMASTERS CLUB: 7:30 p.m. each Tues day at the Kingsley Life Care Center, 2145 Kingsley Ave., Orange Park. The nonprofit organization helps people with overcoming public speaking fears, help with job interviews and over communication. (904)762-4757. ORANGE PARK LIONS CLUB: 7 p.m., second and fourth Monday of the month at 423 McIntosh Ave., Orange Park. Dinner is served at 7:05 p.m. Call (904) 264-5866. MIDDLEBURG BLACK CREEK LIONS CLUB: noon, second and fourth Tuesdays of the month, Cedar River Seafood Restaurant, Middleburg. Call president Ed Dickson, (904) 254-7891. ORANGE PARK WOMENS CONNECTION: 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m., second Thursday of each month at The Country Club of Orange Park, 2525 Country Club Blvd. Cost is $15.50, inclusive. Complimentary childcare is available. (904) 276-7660 to RSVP. FLEMING ISLAND GARDEN CLUB: 10 a.m., the second Tuesday of the month, at the Flem ing Island Library Community Room. Email: nina. bielawski@gmail.com. FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES AUXILIARY 4365: 7 p.m. second and fourth Thursday, 292 Col lege, Drive Orange Park. Buffet breakfast 9 a.m. to noon every Sunday; $6 per person; open to the public. Email: FOE4365@att.net or call (904) 2948133 FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES BLACK CREEK 4530: 7 p.m. first and third Tuesday of the month, 4283 County Road 218, Unit 112, Middle burg. Aerie and Auxiliary groups meetings. Break fast served each Sunday, 8-11 a.m., $5 per person. Call Carroll King, (904) 291-5398; email: ckingin fla@bellsouth.net FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES BLACK CREEK 4350 AUXILIARY: 7 p.m., first and third Tuesday, 4283 County Road 218, Unit 112, Middle burg. Call Carroll King, (904) 291-5398. AMERICAN SEWING GUILD ORANGE PARK GROUP: 10 a.m., third Thursday of the month at Jo-Anns Fabrics, 6001 Argyle Forest Blvd., Jack sonville. Barbara Griffin (904) 278-2644 for details or go online to www.asg.org. AMERICAN SEWING GUILD FLEMING IS LAND GROUP: 6:30 p.m., third Tuesday of the month at the Michaels on Fleming Island, 1993 East West Parkway, Orange Park. Judy Kowalewski (904) 298-3407 for details or go online to www. asg.org. NARFE CHAPTER 1414: 1 p.m. second Tuesday of the month, Orange Park Library, 2054 Plainfield Ave. National Active and Retired Federal Employees (NARFE) Chapter 1414. Socializing be gins 30 minutes before meeting. (904) 276-9415 or 264-2369. ART GUILD OF ORANGE PARK: 7 p.m., first Tuesday of each month (September through May), 423 McIntosh Ave., Orange Park. Go online to www. artguildoforangepark.com. WEIGHT-LOSS COOKING CLUB: 6:45 8 p.m. every Tuesday, 3400 Red Oak Circle, Orange Park. Learn how to cook delicious foods and portion control. Kathy Legat at(904) 278-1179. HEALTH AND WELLNESS: 6 p.m. every Thurs day, St. James AME Church, 535 McIntosh Ave, Orange Park. Health and wellness discussed along with a weight loss challenge. (904) 704-5341. FLEMING ISLAND GENEALOGY CLUB: 6:30 p.m. second Monday, Clay County Headquarter Li brary, 1895 Towne Center Blvd. (904) 278-3722. CLAY COUNTY COUPON CLUB: 10 a.m. Third Wednesday, at the Orange Park Library. (904) 2842937. SOUTH EAST VOLKSWAGEN CLUB: 6 p.m. first Saturday, at the Sonic Drive-In, 1711 Wells Road, (904) 272-5244. GREEN COVE SPRINGS LIONS CLUB: 6 p.m. second and fourth Thursdays, at Richs BBQ, 505 N. Orange Ave., Green Cove Springs. (904) 303-2075 SUPPORT GROUPS ELDER CAREGIVERS SUPPORT GROUP: 7:30 p.m., fourth Thursday of the month, January through October, at St. Giles Presbyterian Fellow shp Hall, 116 Foxridge Road, Orange Park. Meetings open to the public. Call (904) 982-3030 BEREAVEMENT SUPPORT GROUP: 7 p.m., second Monday of the month at St. Giles Presby terian Church fellowship hall, 116 Fox Ridge Road, Orange Park. (904) 272-1244. OASIS 12 STEP SUPPORT GROUP: 10 a.m. and 6:45 p.m. every other Tuesday, at Evangel Tem ple Southwest, 5040 County Road 218, Middleburg. (904) 291-1426 TEEN SEXUAL ABUSE SUPPORT GROUP: 3:30-5 p.m., second and fourth Monday of the month, Island View Baptist Church, 900 Park Ave., Orange Park. Quigley House at (904) 284-0340. REFORMERS UNANIMOUS ADDICTIONS: 7 p.m. every Friday, Calvary Baptist Church, 1532 Long Bay Road, Middleburg. Reformers Unanimous is a 10-step program with 90 percent success rate. Nursery provided. Free counseling provided. (904) 282-0407 or go online to www.reformu.com. NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS: 8 p.m. Thurs day, at St. Marys Episcopal Church in Green Cove CLAYTODAYONLINE.COM BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS July 28, 2011 CLAY TODAY 29 Calendar Continued from page 28 SEE CALENDAR, 30

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30 CLAY TODAY July 28, 2011 BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS CLAY T ODAYONLINE.COM SPECIAL TO CLAY TODAY Teen performanceThe Orange Park Community Theatre T een Summer Workshop students will perform the concert version of Little Shop of Horrors at 7 p.m. F riday, July 29, and 3 p.m. Saturday, July 30 at the theater, 2900 Moody A ve. Tickets are $5. No R eservations are required. Springs. AA MEETINGS: 8 p.m. daily, Nanas House, 610 Ferris St., Green Cove Springs. ARTHRITIS SUPPORT GROUP: 10:30 a.m., third Wednesday of each month, Orange Park Li brary, 2054 Plainfield Ave. Group sponsored by the Arthritis Foundation. (904) 282-9444 or 353-5770. ALZHEIMERS SUPPORT GROUP: 5:30 p.m., second Thursday of the month, Life Care Center of Orange Park, 2145 Kingsley Ave. (904 272-2424. CAREGIVER AND ALZHEIMBERS SUPPORT GROUP: 6:30 p.m., every third Tuesday of the month, Orange Park Senior Center 414 Stowe Avenue. Call Susie at (904) 2694731. DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SUPPORT GROUP: 7 8:30p.m. Wednesdays, Quigley House. (904) 284-0340.CULTURAL SOCIETIES POLISH AMERICAN CULTURE SOCIETY: 2:30-5:30 p.m., fourth Sunday of each month, 5850 Collins Road. Dance to live Band The Whole Notes. Cost is $6; bring a dish to share. (904) 215-5668. NE FLA. TURKISH AMERICAN CULTURAL ASSOCATION: 6 p.m. every Monday, Arons Pizza, 250 Park Ave., Orange Park. POLISH AMERICAN CULTURAL SOCIETY: 1 p.m., the second Sunday of the month, 5850 Collins Road, Jacksonville. VOLUNTEERS SOUGHT Challenge Enterprises of North Florida Inc. Work at the Adult Day Training Center, Green Cove Springs, or preschool program at Lighthouse Learn ing Center, Orange Park. Call: (904) 284-9859. Website: www.challengeenterprises.org and www. shredforgood.org. COMMUNITY EVENTS HOME WORKSHOPS: 1 p.m., the third Thursday of each month, Clay County Habitat for Humanity ReStore, 1717 Blanding Blvd., Middleburg. Workshops focus on recycling, reusing and restor ing home items. (904) 282-7590 or go to www. clayhabitat.org. LOVE 2 RIDE BIKE NIGHTS: 6-10 p.m., every Thursday at Love 2 Ride, 3275-3 U.S. 17 N., Green Cove Springs; first Thursday benefits Rolling Thun der. Call (904) 284-4321.FREE SERVICES FREE DOCUMENT SHREDDING: 10 a.m.noon, any Tuesday or Thurdsay of each month from 10 a.m. to noon at Shred for Good, 3530 Enter prise Way, Green Cove Springs, or 10 a.m. to noon the second Thursday of the month at 500 Kingsley Ave., Orange Park. Call (904) 252-9786. Go online to www.shredforgood.org or www.challengeenter prises.org for details. QUIGLEY HOUSE: Offers free services for victims of sexual assault and abuse, including coun seling, advocacy and information. the confidential 24-hour hotline: (800)-339-5017. OLDE FARM FOOD DISTRIBUTION: 1 p.m. to 5 p.m., first and third Friday of each month. Take County Road 218 west to Carter Spencer Road, then south approximately two miles to Spencers farm, the former Ham Jam site. (904) 291-3852. Editors note: Submissions to the Community Calendar are needed by the Friday prior to publica tion and are placed on a space-available basis. Send Calendar items to gwalsh@jcpgroup.com. Calendar Continued from page 29

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CLAYTODAYONLINE.COM BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS July 28, 2011 CLAY TODAY 31 a policy to restrict access to all types of flavored tobacco products. For more information on how to be come involved with local policy change or on tips to how to talk with your teen about smoking or marijuana use, please visit: www.TobaccoFreeClay.com or www. ClayActionCoalition.com. Hookah FROM PAGE 2 Ortega River Bridge on SR 211 rehabilitation project No lane closings are scheduled next week. This project will be finished in the late fall of 2011. Beach Boulevard widening project between Hodges Boulevard and San Pablo Road Single lanes will be closed in both directions nightly between 7 p. m. and 6 a.m. from Sunday, July 24 through Thurs day, July 28. This project should be fin ished in the late summer of 2011. Atlantic Boulevard near Shadowwood Lane Single eastbound lanes will be closed daily between 9:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. (Monday through Friday) through Friday, July 29 for sidewalk and curb construc tion. Prudential Drive under I-95 Individual lanes will be closed in both directions on Tuesday, July 26 between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. for a routine bridge inspection. Emerson Street near Philips Highway Single eastbound lanes will be closed daily between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. through Wednesday, July 27 for roadway mainte nance. Philips Highway resurfacing proj ect between Philips Industrial Boulevard and Gran Bay Parkway Single lanes will be closed in both directions nightly be tween 8 p.m. and 6 a.m. from Monday, July 25 through Thursday, July 28. This project should be finished by the end of the year. Southside Boulevard at Old Baymeadows Road The intersection WILL BE TOTALLY CLOSED from 9 p.m. on Friday, July 22 until 5 a.m. on Monday, July 25. Utility work will be occurring, and detour signs will be posted. Blanding Boulevard near Appleton Ave./Sunderland Road One southbound lane will be closed daily between 8 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. from Monday, August 1 through Thursday, Au gust 4 for utility work. ClosingsFROM PAGE 26

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34 CLAY TODAY July 28, 2011 BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS CLAY T ODAYONLINE.COM Real Estate SPECIAL TO CLAY TODAYThe 2010 Backpack Challenge proved very successful, with more than 200 backpacks stuffed with sup plies prepared for needy foster children. SPECIAL TO CLAY TODAYSmartphones like this one can be used to control a Schlages LiNK Home A utomation System in Lennar Homes. Backpack Challenge needs school supplies for kids System allows homebuyers in Northeast Florida to control home functions from Smartphones Special to Clay Today FLEMING ISLAND -Imagine having to leave behind everything that is famil iar home, school, friends, even siblings. This is a reality for foster children. Hav ing their own school backpack, filled with school supplies, is one way these children can fit in with their peers and feel a sense of pride of ownership. Prudential Network Realty and Pru dential Financials Community Volunteer Council are once again making a difference through their 12th annual Backpack Chal lenge, which runs through Aug. 10. Prudential Network Realty team mem bers last year gathered more than 200 backpacks filled to the brim with school supplies. This year the company has set a goal of gathering even more for foster chil dren from kindergarten to high school. When you are out shopping, please buy a backpack and fill it with school supplies for a foster childyou will make a big dif ference! Drop off the backpack and sup plies at any Prudential Network Realty of fice location listed below: 3535 Highway 17. Suite 10, Flem ing Island. Backpacks should be labeled by gen der and grade. Suggested items are, lined paper, #2 pencils, pens, highlighters, cray ons, erasers, pencil sharpeners, rulers, glue sticks, blunt scissors, folders (3 or 5), 3-ring binders, 1-subject spiral notebooks (5), colored pencils or markers, construc tion paper, and pencil bag or box. Extra items that would come in handy are: stuffed animals or toys, baseball caps and socks, tissues, compass/protractor, water colors, white glue, activity/sticker books, journals, and index cards. Prudential Network Realty is an inde pendently owned and operated franchise of the Prudential Real Estate Affiliates, Inc., one of the largest real estate broker age franchise networks in North America. There are approximately 1,600 franchise offices and over 54,000 sales profession als in the franchise network in the United States and Canada. Prudential Network Realty currently ranks in the top 1 percent of all Prudential Real Estate Affiliate of fices nationwide. Since 1988, President and CEO, Linda H. Sherrer, has led a team of over 350 pro fessional real estate agents in eight branch offices in the buying and selling of resi dential property throughout the Northeast Florida area. Within the past decade the company has sold over 25,000 homes val ued at more than $7 billion For more information, call Margaret Ceaser, Prudential Network Realty, at 904296-6400 x309. Special to Clay Today ORANGE PARK Lennar Homes is now the provider of Schlages LiNK Home Au tomation System, offering top-of-the-line technology that gives homeowners the ability to control elements of their home from a remote computer, tablet or smart phone. With this cutting-edge technology, homeowners will have the ability lock and unlock doors, see who has accessed their LiNK deadbolt locks, turn lights on and off, control the thermostat and view a live video feed of the homes interior. All new Lennar homes in the greater Jacksonville area are now offering Home Automation. Lennar has a variety of home plans and communities around the area, in Green Cove Springs, Jacksonville, Middle burg, Orange Park, Ponte Vedra and St. Augustine. New homes featuring the Home Automation package are priced from the $100s to $400s. Developed by Schlage LiNK, the Home Automation system is more than an excit ing technology gadget. The system saves homeowners time, energy and money with its mix of in-home and remotely controlled smart features. With door locks that use numeric codes as well as keys, homeown ers will no longer have to worry about being locked out of their own home. Being able to enable doors to be unlocked remotely, homeowners can grant access to service providers such as the cable company or housekeeper without having to take time from work or other activities. And because homeowners can add, delete and modify users and their capabilities at any time, never again will they have to get keys made for the in-laws or babysitter when they are visiting. In addition to convenience, Lennar and Schlage LiNKs Home Automation System also offers an exceptional peace of mind. While turning the lights off after leaving home can save on energy costs, setting a schedule to turn the lights on at night while being hundreds of miles away can make vacation more relaxing and stress-free. Leaving your child home alone for the first time can give them a sense of indepen dence and responsibility, but being able to check in on them via video link from your smartphone can help settle anxiety over such a big step. Homeowners can also set up notifications that will send an email or text message when doors are locked or unlocked, letting parents know when their children have come home from school re gardless of where they may be during their busy day. It is Lennars goal to stay on top of cutting-edge trends in homebuilding, and were excited to be the only national builder offering such an advanced technol ogy solution to homebuyers in Northeast Florida, said Lennar Jacksonville Division President Barbara Moore. Homebuyers interested in learn ing more about Lennar homes featuring Schlages LiNK Home Automation technol ogy can view this video on YouTube http:// www.youtube.com/watch?v=xIafbZEFyBg or visit a Welcome Home Center at any Lennar community in the greater Jackson ville area. More information about all Len nar homes and communities can be found at www.LennarJacksonville.com.

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CLAYTODAYONLINE.COM BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS July 28, 2011 CLAY TODAY 35 munity partners have been invited to par ticipate during a safe family friendly night in the neighborhood. The program offers is a unique crime and drug prevention event sponsored by the National Association of Town Watch, an organization dedicated to Building Safer and Better Neighborhoods through Community Involvement. Residents are urged to visit Call (904) 529-2233 for more information or to par ticipate in the event. Community FROM PAGE 12 side Emmas leg, she also needed radiation treatment to assure a cure. Emma had a high risk of local recur rence after surgery so radiation was ad vised to sterilize remaining tumor cells and give her a high probability of cure, Dr. LaDue said. She could still have re currence, but the odds are much greater for cure than failure. She did beautifully. She did not need systemic therapy to fol low as she was not a high risk patient like Rufus. Emmas owners are especially grate ful for the care and attention by the staff at SEVO. They became a family to us and we know that they cared about our little girl and her well-being as much as we did. We are glad we made the decision we did because had we not done the radiation, Emma might not be alive today. Now, a year later, we still continue to monitor and check for bumps on both Emma and her brother, Riley. Rufus and Emma are just two of the many pets treated by Drs. LaDue and Locke at SEVO. And, some of the animals treated at the specialty practice are more of the exotic variety. Recently, a 140-lb. Capybara named Gordita was successfully treated by the practice. SEVO donated a series of 15 radiation treatments to treat an inoperable pituitary brain tumor. Due to this outstanding care, Gordita is now alive and well with all her other Jackson ville Zoo family. SEVO FROM PAGE 27 These cyclists are doing things right. They are riding during the day and are wearing protective hel mets. Review these tips to stay safe while bicycling Special to Clay Today ORANGE PARK -Novice and experi enced cyclists need to make safety a top priority. The following are tips on Bicycle Safety: 1. Cyclists must obey traffic laws Do you think that riding on the sidewalk is safer than riding in the street? Cycling on the sidewalk means having to dodge pedestrians, pets, garbage cans, parking meters and signs. Bicycles are consid ered vehicles and cyclists should obey the same traffic laws as motorists. Travel on the right side of the road with traffic, and do not ride on the sidewalk. Obey all stop signs, traffic lights and lane markings. Use proper hand signals before making any lane changes or turns. 2. Choose a route that is safe for cy clists When considering your route, dont think like a motorist. Think like a cyclist. Pick the most pleasant route. Consult Google Earth or Bikely.com to research your trip. Ask your local department of transportation if they have a bike route map. Talk to a professional at your local bike shop or bike club to find out what routes are the safest. Additionally, many cities have implemented bike lanes spe cific for bicycle commuters. Be aware of other users on bike paths, such as folks with strollers or dogs. Announce that you are passing on the left when overtaking someone on the bike path. 3. Maintenance and repair make for a safer commute Make sure all parts are in good repair, and check your brakes, tires and gears often. Have a bike expert teach you the basics so that you can continue routine maintenance. Your bicycle should be equipped with reflectors and lights. The most common repair you will encoun ter as a bike commuter will be a flat tire. You should also monitor brake wear. Many bicycle shops, community colleges, adult education programs or bicycle organiza tions offer workshops or classes in bike repair. Check for classes in your area. Re place your chain every 2,000 miles or so. Clean and oil your chain frequently, espe cially after riding in the rain, and replace it regularly. 4. Parking your bike securely Where do you leave your bike once you get to where you are going? More than half of the one million bikes stolen every year werent locked. Find a solid object, a street sign or post and secure your bike onto it with a good lock (or more than one, to further discourage theft). Make sure that the pole has something on top that will prevent your bike from being slid over it. The saf est object to lock your bike onto is a bike rack. You could also ask your manager or supervisor for a storage area where theyll let you leave your bike for the day if you are commuting to work. 5. Safety equipment Safety equip ment begins with the helmet. Wearing an approved helmet can reduce the risk of a head injury by up to 85-percent in the event of an accident. Modern helmets pro tect better and are well ventilated. 6. Try to avoid riding your bike at night However, if you must commute in the dark, you will need effective lighting and reflec tive equipment. Most states require some kind of front illumination, and it is safer to have a headlight and rear flashers. There are a variety of inexpensive flashers avail able. Additionally, your clothing should be bright and have reflective strips. It is also important to carry small re pair and first aid kits with you. For the minor repairs you might expect with ev eryday bike commuting carry a patch kit, a spare inner tube, an air pump and a mul titool. Fish kills common this time of year Special to Clay Today ORANGE PARK -High temperatures and cloudy rainy days can spell trouble for fish in Floridas rivers and lakes. These conditions can cause fish kills, which are natural occurrences and typically do not cause permanent damage to the ecosys tem or to fish populations. Many factors can contribute to a fish kill. Some fish kills are complex and in volve a variety of factors that may not be easily discernable. However, most com mon causes of kills in brackish estuaries, freshwater lakes and man-made retention ponds are well understood by scientists. Fish kills are commonly caused by weather-related factors. Sudden tempera ture fluctuations or extreme temperatures can result in fish kills any time of the year. Hot weather during the summer months can cause fish kills because warm water holds less oxygen than cold water. In addition, a lack of rain during hotweather months lowers the water levels in the system, heating the water and further depleting the oxygen in the system. Fish kills also can occur during ex tended periods with little sunshine. The process leading to these types of dieoffs begins with overcast skies and rainy weather. During extended periods of overcast, rainy or cloudy weather, the biological sys tem uses the dissolved oxygen in the water faster than it can produce it. Rain water can compound the situation by causing vegetation, such as dead leaves and grass clippings, to wash into the system and de compose. The decomposition process also can remove oxygen from the water. The good news is that most natural water bodies are resilient to these types of fish kill events. It is important for Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) scientists to keep track of the location and extent of fish kills in natural lakes and estuaries to see if there are serious problems developing in an ecosystem that might require investigation or restorative measures. Residents can report fish kills in natu ral water bodies to the FWC at http://re search.MyFWC.com/fishkill/submit.asp or call the FWC Fish Kill Hotline at 800636-0511. It is not necessary to report fish kills in man-made retention or private ponds to the FWC. For more information on fish kills visit http://research.MyFWC. com and select fish and wildlife health located under the explore section.

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36 CLAY TODAY July 28, 2011 BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS CLAY T ODAYONLINE.COM *Editors N ote: The Clay County Sheriffs Office provides photographs and related information about suspects appearing in Clay T odays Most Wanted section. Anyone with information on these suspects is asked to call CCSO at 284-7575. As of Monday, July 25, 2011 Ivory Lee, 22, sell/ deliver crack cocaine Vamquail Williams, 27, sell/deliver crack cocaine Jeffrey Lipke, 32, V OP possess controlled substance A drian Battle, 25, sell/de liver crack cocaine Richard Martin, 38, sell/deliver crack cocaine Kendall Battle, 31, sell/deliver crack cocaine Theodore Brown, 20, sale/delivery crack cocaine Laquandra Williams, 24, sale/de liver crack cocaine Virgil McDuffie, 25, sell/deliver crack cocaine Dante Bennett, 36, grand theft Sheneka Brooks, 31, sell/deliver crack cocaine Mary Risenberg, 46, sell/deliver crack cocaine Clay County Sheriffs Office Most Wanted Clay County law enforcement agen cies reported the following arrests July 20-26: Wednesday, July 20 Allen, Richard, 54, Orange Park, DUIdamage to person/property Austin, David, 31, Orange Park, wi 1000 ft of specified area Avery, William, 32, Green Cove Springs, aggravated assault w/deadly weapon Bailey, Jonathan, 33, Fountain, FL, violating probation Bell, Derek, 39, Orange Park, violat ing probation Breese, William, 21, Jacksonville, no valid drivers license Brockel, Jessica, 29, Orange Park, violating probation Fisher, Lashawn, 38, Jacksonville, contempt of court Guzman, Eugenio, 42, Orange Park, grand theft; dealing in stolen property Hampton, James, 42, Green Cove Springs, lewd/lascivious/handing/fondling McAlexander, Danielle, 31, Jackson ville, failure of defendant on bail to ap pear Moore, Jesse, 24, Orange Park, pos session of crack cocaine; poss/use drug paraphernalia Murry, Shunte, 21, Jacksonville, grand theft O`Neal, Shelby, 20, Orange Park, poss/use drug paraphernalia; poss under 20 grams marijuana Perry, Taurus, 24, Orange Park, ag gravated assault of a law enforcement officer; duty upon damaging unattended; poss of controlled substance; resisting of ficer; DWLSR Ramirez, Veronica, 22, Jacksonville, wi 1000 ft of specified area Tobler, Larry, 53, Green Cove Springs, (warrant) wi 1000 ft of specified Valentine, John, 54, Orange Park, DWLSR Vance, Heather, 19, Middleburg, grand theft value 300 to 4,999 Ward, Pete, 22, Green Cove Springs, failure to appear Williams, John, 40, Jacksonville, rob bery-armed (other than firearm) Willis, James, 39, Orange Park, tres passing and larceny Woloszyk, Alissa, 32, Middleburg, il legal license plate/attached; DWLSR Thursday, July 21 Breedlove, Darrell, 28, Bostwick, ha bitual traffic offender Bryant, Elizabeth, 21, Jacksonville, selling/purchase/manufacture/deliver Chavarriaga, Ricardo, 21, Jackson ville, violating probation Cherry, Beth, 44, Middleburg, DUI Cook, Jamie, 27, Orange Park, bur glary of unoccupied dwelling Costa, Robert, 29, Middleburg, con tempt of court Diaz, Michael, 34, Jacksonville, fail ure to appear Dice, Dedee, 26, Sanderson, FL., van dalism over $200 Forbes, Rodman, 28, Middleburg, pe tit theft Franssen, Sandy, 30, Middleburg, making repeated harassing telephone Frisbee, Brittany, 21, Middleburg, Arrests simple battery Hodgson, Cassandra, 21, Jacksonville, contempt of court Johnson, Rosemarie, 24, Starke, fail ure to appear; grand theft Levens, James, 44, Tallahassee, poss/ use drug paraphernalia May, Dennis, 31, Fleming Island, DWLSR Miracle, Steve, 20, Green Cove Springs, selling/delivering oxycodone Padgett, Carolyn, 56, Starke, petit theft (retail) Peternel, Stacey, 35, Green Cove Springs, child neglect / without great harm Rench, Kelly, 25, Middleburg, habitual traffic offender Rigdon, David, 45, Jacksonville, con tempt of court Scriven, Freddie, 43, Green Cove Springs, resisting officer; simple assault Sibilla, Inaldis, 21, Orange Park, sale and delivery of marijuana Simonds, George, 24, Orange Park, poss/use drug paraphernalia Smith, Duane, 38, Jacksonville, nonsupport Swann, Joshua, 22, Maxville, 200 dols and under Thompson, Christine, 47, Green Cove Springs, contempt of court Thompson, Kristina, 25, Orange Park, grand theft Timmers, Christopher, 22, Orange Park, failure to appear Tyson McCullers, Macy, 21, Jackson ville, violating probation Upmeyer, Raymond, 47, Middleburg, violating probation Willis, James, 39, Orange Park, grand theft of firearm Friday, July 22 Austin, Kristen, 23, Orange Park, vio lating probation Barrios-Coustanza, Wilivaldo, 34, Mid dleburg, simple battery; violating injunc tion for protection Bradley, Joseph, 26, Middleburg, deal ing in stolen property Brulotte, Joshua, 28, Orange Park, violating probation Caulk, Shannon, 29, Jacksonville, vio lating probation Chancey, Dustin, 19, Middleburg, poss. controlled substance; poss/use drug para phernalia Cline, Robert, 21, Jacksonville, poss. under 20 grams marijuana Coody, Amanda, 23, Orange Park, poss. under 20 grams marijuana; poss/use drug paraphernalia Ellis, Dylan, 19, Orlando, direction and execution of warrant Harrison, Zachary, 32, Lakeland, vio lating probation Harvey, Darnell, 22, Jacksonville, pe tit theft Jewett, Lucas, 22, Middleburg, victim 12 yoa up to 15 yoa; lewd battery Leach, David, 29, Orange Park, bur glary of structure conveyance Lunsford, Anthony, 57, Jacksonville, grand theft MacDonald, Adam, 27, Middleburg, violating injunction for protection; resist ing officer Perry, Roderick, 42, Orange Park, fail ure to appear Plattner, Jason, 23, Orange Park, grand theft auto; burglary of dwelling un armed case Powell, James, 30, Jacksonville, grand theft Presha, karen, 33, Jacksonville, vio lating probation Rench, Kelly, 25, Middleburg, DWLSR Robinson, Brandy, 29, Palatka, failure to appear Santiago, Harold, 31, Jacksonville, DWLSR Scott-Robinson, Anthony, 21, Jackson ville, no valid drivers license Shreve, John, 37, Orange Park, illegal burning of woodlands Solomon, Christopher, 27, Green Cove Springs, DWLSR Topmiller, Paul, 26, Orange Park, fugi tive from justice Saturday, July 23 Brown, Aundree, 23, Penney Farms, assault/battery during burglary SEE ARRESTS, 37

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CLAYTODAYONLINE.COM BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS July 28, 2011 CLAY TODAY 37 Carre, Michael, 39, Green Cove Springs, failure to appear Carroll, Leslie, 49, Orange Park, fail ure to appear Davis, Nitori, 18, Green Cove Springs, resisting officer; wi 1000ft specified area sch I III Deese, Robert, 40, Orange Park, inde cent exposure public Duvall, Chad, 29, Orange Park, road way solicitation Henderson, James, 32, Middleburg, poss. under 20 grams marijuana Huffman, Brandi, 20, Middleburg, grand theft; burglary of unoccupied dwell ing; poss/use drug paraphernalia; poss. un der 20 grams marijuana Joest, Jared, 31, Green Cove Springs, failure to appear Morgan, Douglas, 39, Middleburg, ha bitual traffic offender Parrish, Justin, 32, Maxville, aggra vated battery Robinson, Rose, 19, Florahome, grand theft; burglary of unoccupied dwelling; Shaw, Dustin, 27, Jacksonville, DWL SR Sword, Michael, 50, Orange Park, petit theft Thomas, Nathan, 29, Lawtey, DWLSR Waynns, Emanuel, 26, Jacksonville, violating injunction for protection Ysbrand, Keith, 20, Ludiwic, Ga., mo lesting coin-operated vending; petit theft Sunday, July 24 Alexander, Charles, 53, Orange Park, poss. controlled substance Braddock, Kristen, 22, Baldwin, poss. under 20 grams marijuana Cason, Clay, 28, Keystone Heights, cul tivation of marijuana Fry, Blake, 20, Jacksonville, failure of defendant on bail to appear Kerr, Doyle, 26, Middleburg, DWLSR; leaving scene of crash involving damage; with intent to sell mfg deliv schedule Krieger, Gary, 32, Orange Park, manu facturing meth; poss. meth; unlawful poss. of listed chemicals Pace, Kristofer, 19, Orange Park, loi Arrests FROM PAGE 36 STAFF PHOTO BY STEPHEN KINDLAND Crash injures womanA 33-year-old Middleburg woman was taken to Orange Park Medical Center with minor injuries after the 2012 Hyundai she was driving flipped on its side after being struck by a 2005 F ord driven by Katherine Salyer, 26, of Fleming Island. Lt. Bill Leeper of the Florida Highway Patrol said the crash occurred about 8 a.m. on Wednesday, July 13 at the intersection of U .S. Highway 17 and Eagle H arbor Parkway when Amanda Ang attempted to cross into the southbound lanes of U .S. 17 from the parkway. Salyer, who was traveling west on Eagle Harbor Parkway, struck the left front side of Angs car. Salyer was charged with making an improper left turn, according to Leeper. Police check abduction report FLEMING ISLAND -A Clay County Sheriffs Office detective has been as signed to look into a incident involving a stranger possibly attempting to get a child into a vehicle. Around 9 p.m. Monday, July 25, an 8 year old boy told his parents that he was walking home when a man in a truck slowed down to speak to him and asked him to get into the vehicle, according to a Sheriffs Office report. The child said no and ran home. A deputy did a preliminary search of the neighborhood and could not find a ve hicle that matched the description. How ever, the Sheriffs Office said it believes the childs description of the event and is tak ing the report seriously, said Mary Justino, CCSO public information officer. As part of the CCSOs standard proce dure when a child is approached in this way by a stranger, a check of the sex offender database was conducted and a search was done for vehicle descriptions that matched the truck described. None was identified/ matched, she said. Although the actions of the driver does not constitute a criminal act by law, his behavior is considered highly suspicious and worthy of additional investigation, she said. The Sheriffs Office is working to col lect additional information from various residents who think they may have seen the vehicle in the past. She said CCSO de tectives want to question the driver and at tempt to determine what business, if any, he had in the neighborhood. Residents with personal, first-hand knowledge of any information related to the man or the vehicle described in the at tached report are encouraged to contact the CCSO at (904) 264-6512. Crash kills truck driver MIDDLEBURG A Middleburg man died late Tuesday, July 19, in a single-ve hicle crash on County Road 209. The accident happened shortly after 11 p.m. when a 2008 Nissan pickup truck driven by Michael A. Clayton, 31, lost con trol north of Talisman Drive. The truck crashed into a fence, then travel through three different properties before coming to rest, the Florida Highway Patrol said. Clayton, who was taken to Shands Jacksonville, was wearing a seatbelt. The crash remains under investigation, the Highway Patrol said. tering or prowling Sharp, Stacy, 34, Orange Park, unlaw ful possession of listed; conspiring to man ufacture meth Sidwell, Michael, 41, Jacksonville, roadway solicitation Sowers, Betty, 28, Green Cove Springs, criminal use of person id info Watson, Sean, 35, Jacksonville, DWLSR Willis, Timothy, 42, Middleburg, DWLSR Monday, July 25 Asbell, Shenelle, 26, Green Cove Springs, grand theft Butler, Tonya, 31, Middleburg, vandal ism over $200 Clark, Celeste, 33, Green Cove Springs, DWLSR Greene, Benjamin, 23, Orange Park, aggravated battery on pregnant female; re sisting officer without violence Ingram, Kenneth, 50, Orange Park, so liciting/accepting donations Johns, Donald, 29, Fleming Island, ag gravated battery; assault/battery during burglary Judah, Tonya, 37, Jacksonville, fraudu lent use of credit card; petit theft Pittman, Robert, 67, Middleburg, ag gravated assault-domestic Wachob, Micheal, 22, Orange Park, simple battery-domestic Walker, Jeremy, 23, Green Cove Springs, DWLSR Weeks, Brian, 28, Green Cove Springs, DWLSR Tuesday, July 26 Bindel, Ronald, 36, Middleburg, failure to appear Bohannon, Henry, 43, Satsuma, violat ing probation Brooks, Timothy, 33, Green Cove Springs, contempt of court Brown, Theodore, 20, Orange Park, wi 1000ft specified area sch I III Cagle, Raymond, 50, Middleburg, fail ure to appear for court Carter, Dakota, 20, Middleburg, bur glary of conveyance unarmed; grand theft; petit theft 1st degree property Epps, William, 31, Keystone Heights, burglary to structure Fogle, Jerry, 23, Orange Park, felony battery; domestic battery Forbes, Rodman, 28, Middleburg, grand theft $100-$300 from building; burglary of structure conveyance Fresnedo, Anthony, 45, Middleburg, poss. under 20 grams marijuana Kinney, Chancey, 25, Jacksonville, fail ure to appear McDuffie, Virgil, 25, Green Cove Springs, sale/deliver crack cocaine Newton, Colby, 23, Orange Park, sim ple battery Thomas, Rashaad, 25, Middleburg, vio lating probation Wagner, Luke, 18, Orange Park, poss. under 20 grams marijuana; poss/use drug paraphernalia Police Briefs

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38 CLAY TODAY July 28, 2011 BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS CLAY T ODAYONLINE.COM CRIME WATCH Thefts On 07/11 a laundry basket full of golf balls was stolen from the side of a resi dence on Fairway Ridge Drive (FAIRWAY RIDGE EAGLE HARBOR) on Fleming Is land in Orange Park. On 07/11 a cell phone delivered by USPS (confirmed by tracking number) was stolen from the mail box at a residence on Bay Hill (BAY HILL) Boulevard in Orange Park On 07/11 the air conditioning unit was stolen from a residence listed for sale on Bellamy Road in Interlachen-Florahome (Keystone Heights area). On 07/11 medication was stolen from a purse left unattended on the patio at an apartment on Orion Road in Green Cove Springs. On 07/11 the Florida License Plate was stolen from a vehicle parked at an apartment on Kingsley Avenue in Orange Park. On 07/12 the air conditioning unit was stolen from a residence on Klare Drive (KLARE ESTATES) in Keystone Heights. On 07/12 the Florida License Plate registration decal was stolen from a ve hicle parked at a residence on Stonegate Lane (COPPERGATE) in Middleburg. On 07/12 money was stolen from a wallet left unattended in a shopping cart at The Dollar Tree on Branan Field Road in Middleburg. On 07/12 an unattended a digital camera was stolen from the training room at Training Future Nurses LLC on Stiles Avenue in Orange Park. Burglary to Structures On 07/11 jewelry was stolen from the bedroom at a residence on Daffodil Avenue (JACKSONVILLE SOUTH) in Middleburg. Entry was made by moving two (2) trash cans under the bedroom window and open ing the window. It is not known if the win dow was locked or not. Burglary to Autos On 07/12 a radar detector and a cell phone charger were stolen from an un locked vehicle parked at a residence on Water Crest Drive (WATER CRESTEAGLE HARBOR) on Fleming Island in Orange Park.. Criminal Mischief On 07/11 four (4) tires were punc tured, two (2) each on two (2) vehicles parked in the driveway at a residence on Avila Way (ORANGE PARK SOUTH) in Mid dleburg. On 07/11 graffiti was spray painted on the rear lift gate on a truck parked in the parking lot at Aarons Rental on Bland ing Boulevard in Orange Park On 07/11 a window was broken on a portable class room at Doctor Inlet El ementary School on county Road 220 in Middleburg. On 07/11 a tire on a vehicle parked in the driveway at a residence on Alton Court (ORANGE PARK SOUTH) in Middleburg was punctured with a copper colored item believed to be a bullet. On 07/12 the passenger side mirror was torn off a vehicle parked in the parking lot at an apartment complex on Blanding Boulevard in Middleburg. On 07/12 graffiti was spray painted on a container and a delivery truck parked in the parking lot at The Seafood Market on Blanding Boulevard in Orange Park Thefts On 07/04 an unattended wallet was stolen from the top of a vehicle at a BP gas station on Blanding Boulevard in Middle burg. On 07/05 a large amount of wire was stolen from the back of an open bed truck at a residence on Bison Court (JACKSON VILLE SOUTH) in Middleburg. On 07/05 a license plate was pried from the bumper of a box truck in the park ing lot of BJs on Blanding Boulevard in Orange Park. On 07/05 an unsecured custom made tricycle was stolen from the back patio of a residence on West Joey Circle in Green Cove Springs. On 07/06 a core drill and diamond tipped bit were stolen from a business undergoing construction at an address on County Road 220. On 07/06 jewelry was stolen from a cabinet in a rented space at Antiques for you on Blanding Boulevard in Orange Park. On 07/06 jewelry and meds were stolen from an unsecured bedroom during a party at a residence on Debbie Road in Middleburg. On 07/06 a vehicle was stolen from the driveway of a residence on Hibernia Road in Fleming Island. On 07/06 an unattended purse was stolen from the ground next to a chair that the victim was sitting in at the Moosehaven fireworks show in the 1700 Block of River Road in Orange Park. On 07/06 cash was stolen from an un attended purse at Emeritus Assisted Living on Kingsley Avenue in Orange Park. On 07/07 a fuel cell was stolen from a construction containment area on Bland ing Road between Knightboxx Road and Old Jennings Road in Middleburg. On 07/07 a mailbox was stolen from a residence on Bottomridge Drive (FOXRIDGE) in Orange Park. On 07/07 an unsecured folding bike was stolen from under a canopy next to a garage at a residence on Main Street. On 07/07 an unattended wallet was stolen from a vehicle at Twice the Ice ma chine in the Cove Plaza Shopping Center on South Orange Avenue in Green Cove Springs. On 07/07 a purse was stolen from an unlocked vehicle in a parking lot on Park Avenue in Orange Park. Burglary to Structures On 07/04 a computer compact screen, a Comcast modem, a 47 flat screen tele vision, and a Nintendo Wii system were stolen from a residence in an apartment complex on Kingsley Avenue in Orange Park. Entry was made by breaking the liv ing room window. On 07/06 copper wire was stolen from the walls in every room, the refrig erator was missing, the water heater was disconnected and lying on the floor at an unlocked vacant dwelling on Furman Av enue (HIGHRIDGE ESTATES) in Keystone Heights. On 07/07 an unoccupied apartment was burglarized at the Blanding Place Apartments on Burwick Avenue in Orange Park. It is unknown if anything is missing. On 07/07 a watch was stolen from an unoccupied dwelling on Lee Drive (MEAD OWBROOK) in Orange Park. Entry was made by smashing in the kitchen window and burglarizing the property. On 07/07 a flat screen television was stolen from a residence on Plankton Av enue (JACKSONVILLE SOUTH) in Middle burg. There were no signs of forced entry. On 07/07 a water heater and wires were stolen from a residence on Alligator Boulevard (BLACK CREEK PARK & JACK SONVILLE SOUTH) in Middleburg. Burglary to Autos On 07/05 a tag was stolen and sev eral vehicle registrations and decals were stolen from the glove compartment of a ve hicle at a residence on Elizabeth Lane in Middleburg. On 07/05 a purse was stolen from an unlocked vehicle at a residence on West Joey Circle in Green Cove Springs. On 07/06 cigarettes and a wallet were stolen from an unlocked truck at a residence on Walnut Creek Drive (WALNUT CREEK AT EAGLE HARBOR) in Fleming Is land. On 07/06 a CD player, two (2) subwoofers, an acoustic amplifier, a GPS unit, and cash were stolen from an unlocked truck at a residence on Alfalfa Street (JACKSONVILLE SOUTH) in Middleburg. On 07/06 a cell phone and a GPS unit were stolen from an unlocked vehicle at a residence on Salt Marsh Lane (THE PRESERVE AT EAGLE ARBOR) in Fleming Island. On 07/07 a vehicle was burglarized in the driveway of a residence on Cranes Landing Court (CRANES LANDING) in Or ange Park. On 07/07 a wallet, a GPS unit, and a Satellite radio were stolen from a vehicle in the driveway of a residence on Mercury Drive (MEADOWBROOK) in Orange Park. There were no signs of forced entry. On 07/07 a GPS unit and charger were stolen from an unsecured vehicle at an apartment complex on County Road 220. Criminal Mischief On 07/05 numerous windows were broken and a door was damaged at Oakleaf High School on Plantation Oaks Boulevard (OAKLEAF PLANTATION) in Orange Park. On 07/05 three (3) tires were slashed on a vehicle in the parking lot of a business on Kingsley Avenue in Orange Park. On 07/05 a mail box and post were damaged at a residence on Aquarius Conc. (MEADOWBROOK) in Orange Park. On 07/07 a sink and a water fountain were pulled off the wall in a womens bath room on golfing hole # fourteen (14) at the golf course on Harbor lake Drive (HARBOR LAKE) in Fleming Island. On 07/07 a three (3) inch cut was found in a convertible top in the parking lot near Dillards in the Orange Park Mall on Wells Road in Orange Park. Nothing was missing from the vehicle. Thefts On 07/01 a boat was stolen from a boat house at a residence on Scenic Drive in Middleburg. On 07/01 unattended rings were sto len from a table at GC Nails in the Magno lia Lane Shopping Plaza on Highway 17. On 07/01 three (3) white males drove off without paying for their take-out food at the Waffle House on Park Avenue in Orange Park. On 07/02 an unlocked vehicle was stolen from the parking lot of an apartment complex on Crossing Boulevard in Orange Park. On 07/02 a cell phone was stolen during a party at a residence on Sea Pines Lane (THORNHILL) in Fleming Island. On 07/03 a large amount of scrap metal was stolen from the yard of a rental property on Eaton Road in Green Cove Springs. On 07/03 a transformer car was stolen from a locker in the break room of Orange Park Medical Center on Kingsley Avenue in Orange Park. SEE CRIME, 40

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40 CLAY TODAY July 28, 2011 BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS CLAY T ODAYONLINE.COM On 07/04 an unattended IPAD2 was stolen from a picnic table at Knights Boat Ramp on River Lane in Green Cove Springs. Burglary to Structures On 07/01 several items of jewelry were stolen from the business of Little House of Treasures on Milwaukee Avenue in Orange Park. There were no signs of forced entry. On 07/03 coins were stolen from large ceramic jars in the living room of a residence on Selig Court (HILLSIDE) in Middleburg. On 07/03 a gun safe containing five (5) long barrel guns and a phonograph were stolen from a residence on White Sands Road (WHITE SANDS LAKE ESTATES) in Keystone Heights. Entry was made by forc ing a window in the rear of the residence. On 07/03 a laptop computer, a Nin tendo Wii system, jewelry, a television set, and a computer were stolen from residence on Quarton Drive (GROVE PARK VILLAGE) in Orange Park. Entry was made through a large window in the dining area. On 07/04 several storage units were burglarized at Uncle Bobs Self Storage on Blanding Boulevard in Orange Park. A large screen television was the only item reported missing. Entry was made by cut ting the lock on the rear gate and the units involved. On 07/04 a central air conditioning unit was stolen from a residence and a window air conditioner was stolen from a mobile home on the property on Violet Way (DEER PATH) in Middleburg. Burglary to Autos On 07/01 two (2) unlocked vehicles were vandalized at a residence on Silver Bluff Boulevard (PLANTATION & PEBBLE CREEK AT OAKLEAF PLANTATION) in Or ange Park. Vehicle #1 was parked in the driveway. TV monitors, a DVD system, and garage door remote were taken. Vehicle #2 was parked in the garage. A GPS unit and a cell phone were taken from the vehicle. On 07/01 a GPS unit, sunglasses, and four (4) auxiliary cords were stolen from an unlocked vehicle at a residence on Sil ver Bluff Boulevard (PLANTATION & PEB BLE CREEK AT OAKLEAF PLANTATION) in Orange Park. On 07/01 a GPS unit and accessories were stolen from an unlocked vehicle with the windows partially rolled down in the parking lot on County Road 220. On 07/01 cash and cigarettes were stolen from a vehicle in the Publix parking lot on Blanding Boulevard in Orange Park. Entry to the vehicle was made through the drivers side window which was left open. Thefts On 06/28 jewelry was stolen from a residence during a garage sale on Little Lake Geneva Road (HIGHRIDGE ESTATES) in Keystone Heights. On 06/30 a report was taken regard ing the theft of a motor vehicle around the end of April on Whispering Willow Way (NATURES HAMMOCK AT OAKLEAF PLAN TATION) in Orange Park. The vehicle was unsecured with the keys in the ignition and belonged to an individual on deployment. On 06/30 jewelry was stolen from a residence on Alligator Boulevard (BLACK CREEK PARK & JACKSONVILLE SOUTH) in Middleburg while the victim was entertain ing friends. On 06/30 a bumper buddy was stolen from a vehicle at the Lakeside Junior High School on Moody Avenue in Orange Park. Burglary to Autos On 06/28 a vacuum pump was stolen from an unattended golf cart at a residence in an apartment complex on Blairmore Boulevard (BELLAIR) in Orange Park. On 06/30 cash was stolen from un derneath the drivers side seat of a vehicle in the parking lot of the Orange Park Ken nel Club on Park Avenue in Orange Park. There were no signs of forced entry. Criminal Mischief On 06/28 a concrete rock was thrown through a window in Room #528 on Build ing #5 and an external intercom speaker was knocked off of the wall as was an over head light fixture at the Keystone Heights High School on Orchid Avenue in Keystone Heights. On 06/28 a water pump for a pool was damaged at a residence on Country Pines Drive (COUNTRY PINES) in Middleburg. On 06/28 graffiti was sprayed on the west side of a restroom building on the Black Creek Bike Trail on Highway 17 in Fleming Island. On 06/28 a metal pipe was thrown at a vehicle by a group of white males caus ing damage to the windshield and denting the drivers side rear fender while driving on Snapdragon Avenue (JACKSONVILLE SOUTH) in Middleburg. On 06/30 a lock securing the door to a shed was cut and laying on the ground at the business of Russell Engineering on Blanding Boulevard in Middleburg. Nothing appeared to be missing from the shed. Crime FROM PAGE 38

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WWW.CLAYTODAYONLINE.COM OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE COUNTYS L EGALS TODAY SPORTS CLAY SPORTS FOCU S : Clay County Area Sports Coverage Pages, 43-50 ANGLER COM P LETES FLORIDA BLACK BASS GRAND SLAM See full story on page 47 Taani Jackson (center) is joined by his mother Erin, father Jason, and little brother Kailan on the golf course at Fleming Island Plantation. Taani Jackson displays his first place medal after winning the First Tee Royal and Ancient Open last summer. Little golfer returns to links after heart surgery By Horace Davis Sports Editor FLEMING ISLAND The last two years have been a tumultuous ride to say the least for six-year-old Taani Jackson and his parents Erin and Jason of Flem ing Island. It all began with a routine visit to the pediatrician which discovered the toddler had a heart murmur --following further investigation by a cardiologist, a hole in his heart was uncovered---medically called Atrial Septal Defect which would require surgery to reroute a vein that is responsible for correctly sending blood flow down to his right lung. As his mom I realized all I could do was put my faith in God and the amazing doctors at the University of Florida Pedi atric Cardiology Department to take care of our son and correct the defect, Erin said. Taani was such a brave boy at his tender age as he faced the preparation of the surgery head on. Following approximately five subse quent second opinions Erin and Jason relented knowing that open heart surgery was the only answer to correct the prob lem facing their young son. It was a tough time all at once, Ja son said. During that time my company was going out of business so it hit us all at once. With no previous history of heart de fects in the family other than a heart mur mur as a kid in Jason, both parents were shocked with the news of Taanis defect. It was a complete surprise for both us because no types of heart defects run on either side of the family, Erin said. From that point on it was really a hope less feeling as a parent knowing there is nothing you can do to help your child. So on Feb. 24, 2009 at the age of three, little Taani underwent a four-hour open heart surgery to correct the heart defect. One of the toughest times for Jason and I was seeing him getting wheeled into surgery, at that point we yielded our selves to God and just prayed for his heal ing power over our son, Erin said. Jason added, It really put things into perspective as far as whats really impor tant in life. Too many times people put value on material possessions but when your childs health is in question, your views will change on many fronts. While Taani parents prime concern was the health and well-being of their son, the toddlers main thought was when he could return to swinging his golf clubs. During his eight-week healing pro cess all he wanted to know was when he could go to the golf course to swing his golf club again, Erin said. We tried to explain to him but the eight week waiting period was hard for him to understand, so we told him on his 4th birthday (April 26) which coincidentally was 8 weeks away. He understood that and counted the time down. Taani first began swinging clubs at the tender age of eighteen months according to his parents and it brings him a joy like nothing else. Jason is an avid golfer and Taani would always watch him at night while he worked on his swing, Erin said. Jason would also take him to the driving range and he would intently watch his dad drive one ball after the other. While he was healing following the surgery, Erin said although Taani badly wanted to get back to swinging his clubs he understood he needed to heal first. He was the perfect patient listening to the doctors orders and was careful to wait out the time so he could go out to the golf course with daddy to practice, Erin said. We also received an uplifting feeling after the surgery when we saw him riding the tricycle 48 hours after the surgery. It was a joy just to see him smiling and pedaling on that bike so soon after the procedure. Now, a little more than two years later, most often you will find Jason and Taani swinging their clubs at the Golf Club at Fleming Island Plantation, practicing and playing a few holes. In addition to practicing and playing with his dad, Taani has taken his golfing skills into tournament play with the First Tee Program he has two first place and two second place finishes under his belt in The Lil Linksters Tour Division of the First Tee Open. SEE GOLFER, 48

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James Bryant rips through ball-protection drill during Blue Devil Y outh F ootball Camp at Clay High. JT Broyles 13, of Fleming Island, makes a tack ling move during linebacker drills at the recent Fleming Island Y outh F ootball Camp. Football camps continues around county Jaguars return with special fan events Special to Clay Today JACKSONVILLE The Jacksonville Jaguars will ramp up preparations for the 2011 NFL season with special ticket of fice hours and events at EverBank Field ahead of their first home preseason game against the Atlanta Falcons on Friday, Au gust 19. The Jaguars have launched an exten sive traditional and internet marketing campaign throughout the First Coast pro moting Its Go Time to encourage fans still without season tickets to buy now. To celebrate the return to football, the Jaguars will host a special Back to Football Night at the Florida Blue Health & Wellness Practice Fields on Thursday, July 28, starting at 5 p.m. The Back to Football Night, held during the Jaguars first evening train ing camp practice of 2011 will feature opportunities for fans to get autographs from players and coaches at the end of practice as well as appearances from The Roar and Jaxson De Ville and performanc es from the D-Line and a live band. On Friday, July 29, the Jaguars will open EverBank Field from 4 to 9 p.m. to host the first of a series of Select-YourSeat events at the stadium in the run-up to the new season, during which fans will be able to park free in Lots M and J and visit the stadium to view and purchase any available season ticket seats. 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CLAYTODAYONLINE.COM BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS July 28, 2011 CLAY TODAY 45 In addition to hosting these events, the Jaguars have also announced extended hours for the ticket office at EverBank Field to allow fans who have not yet pur chased season tickets more time to call or come to the stadium to secure their seats. The ticket office, located on the West side of the stadium behind the Touchdown jag uar statue, will be open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. until 7 p.m. and on Saturdays from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. Fans can also purchase season tickets online by visiting jaguars.com/tickets. Great season ticket locations are still available starting from $33 per game ($330 for the season) and fans can still spread payments for tickets over five months with the Jaguars interest-free payment plan. Fans purchasing or renewing season tickets prior to August 19 will receive a Teal Deals booklet with over $3,000 of gift certificates with every season ticket. Sea son ticket owners also receive additional benefits including access to the Jaguars Advantage and Jaguars Rewards program, a special season ticket owner gift and an invitation to attend the Jaguars scrimmage at EverBank Field on Friday, August 5. For more information on the Back to Football and Jaguars training camp events, fans should visit www.jaguars.com/back tofootball or call the Fan Services Depart ment at (904) 633-2000, option 1. Jaguars FROM PAGE 44 PHOTOS SPECIAL TO CLAY TODAY106 campers ages 5 and up joined Oakleaf Junior High at their third annual conditioning camp last week and were surprised by two professional players.. Jacksonville Sharks wide receiver Jeron Harvey watches a camper perform a route running drill during the weeklong camp. Jacksonville Sharks Arena League team mem bers Jeron Harvey, left, and Kirby Griffin joined the campers on July 20 and coordinated specific drills for the campers to perform. Jacksonville Sharks players visit OLJH football conditioning camp By Horace Davis Sports Editor ORANGE PARK The Oakleaf Junior High School football team last week held a weeklong conditioning camp and on Wednesday, July 20 the many campers were treated to a surprise visit by two members of the Jacksonville Sharks Are na Football League Team. Wide receiver Jeron Harvey (3) and defensive back Kirby Griffin (31) visited the camp that was coordinated by Oakleaf Junior High head coach Bill Milner and his staff. Harvey and Griffin coordinated spe cific drills with the conditioning camp participants, Milner said. They were also gracious enough to sign complimen tary photos of the Sharks team for each participant at the end of the drills. It was the third annual conditioning camp hosted by the Oakleaf Junior High which had a total of 106 campers from the ages of 5-and-up. The kids were given conditioning ex ercises and specific performance drills to improve their coordination and overall physical abilities to help them during the season and beyond, Milner added. 904.407.6500 866.253.6681 toll fr ee comm unityhospice .com Comm unity F ocused Comm unity Suppor ted Ser ving Bak er Clay Duval, Nassau and St. Johns counties since 1979 A RE Y OU A C AREGIVER ? Y OU A RE N OT A LONE F r ee workshop with tips and advice to help you and your lo ved one live better Attend our fr ee w orkshop wher e y oull hear fr om pr of essional speak ers on a variety of car egiving topics, and learn about organizations that can suppor t y o u and y our lo v ed one Y oull also meet f ello w car egiv ers who shar e y our jo ys and challenges, and with whom y ou can shar e stories and build friendships. Along with a complimentar y lunch and the chance to win door prizes, y oull enjo y a variety of pr esentations, including: Caring f or the Car egiv er T aking A w a y the Car K e ys: Ho w to Ha v e the Con v ersation Managing the Challenging Beha viors of the Alzheimer s Patient Assessing f or and Pr e v enting Depr ession and Suicide Council on Aging Resour ces f or Cla y County Residents Pr eser vation of Assets In cooper ation with the Car egiver Coalition of Nor theast Flor ida and its par tner organizations Satur da y August 6, 2011 Mooseha v en (Michigan Building) 1701 Park A v en ue Orange Park, FL 32073 Registration at 8:30 a.m. Pr ogram 9 a.m. to 3 p .m. T o RSVP please call 904.407.7033 T o r equest fr ee home car e f or y our lo v ed one please call 904.284.5977

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46 CLAY TODAY July 28, 2011 BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS CLAY T ODAYONLINE.COM Sports Briefs Special Olympics softball practice Special Olympics Clay County softball practice is being held at Middleburg High School for athletes ages 8 and up on Sun days at 6 p.m. All athletes must register by July 31. For registration information contact Marsha Otti at (904) 759-8871 Charity Poker Tournament The Fleming Island Lions Club is hav ing a charity Texas Hold Em Poker Tour nament on Thurs. July 28 at the Orange Park Poker Room beginning with dinner at 6 p.m. and play starting at 7 p.m. There will be many opportunities to win cash prizes after the $65 entry fee. For more information contact Tim Rust at (904)710-8909 or Bill Evenson at (904)5040180 or register online at www.fleming islandlionsclub.org Memorial golf tournament The Fleming Island High School Touchdown Club is holding their annual Wes Whiddon Memorial Golf Tournament on Sunday, Aug. 14 at the Golf Club at Fleming Island Plantation in memory of the former player who tragically lost his life in 2008. Registration is at noon and a shotgun start is set for 1 p.m. for the cost of $75 per person, all proceeds will go towards building a field house at FIHS. For more information call (904) 2284129 or visit www.fihsgolftournament. com Special Olympics bowling competition The Special Olympics Clay County bowling competition will be held at Bowl America, Orange Park with the elemen tary school competition beginning Friday, September 2. The junior high and high school competition will begin on Friday, September 9 and the adult competition will begin on Sunday, Sept. 11 at 9 a.m. All athletes must register by August 20. Bowling practice will be held on Satur days beginning August 13 at noon. For registration and information con tact Ronna Smith at (904) 449-2140. Martial Arts celebration Middleburg Martial Arts is celebrat ing their 10th anniversary with free self defense and earn your white belt classes to the public on Aug. 13 from noon until 3 p.m. A free water slide for the kids and free hotdogs will also be available. The free self defense seminar will begin at 1 p.m. followed by the free earn your white belt class at 1:45 p.m. The wa ter slide will be open except for when the SEE SPORTS, 49

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CLAYTODAYONLINE.COM BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS July 28, 2011 CLAY TODAY 47 PHOTOS SPECIAL TO CLAY TODAYJim Walker shows off the spotted bass he recently caught off Holmes Creek during his completion of the black bass grand slam. Angler completes Florida black bass grand slam By Bob Wattendorf, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission TALLAHASSEE Jim Walker of Brooks ville, Fla., took less than six months to complete a Florida black bass grand slam, and went one better. Although spring and summer are base ball season for many Americans to whom a grand slam is that glorious occasion of hitting a home run with the bases loaded, many will marvel more at Walkers stun ning and fun accomplishment. Even though baseball is often touted as Americas na tional sport, many times more Americans fish than play baseball. (Seventeen percent of Americans age 6 or older fish, whereas 5 percent play baseball, according to the Outdoor Recreation Foundation 2010 Participation Report.) Instead of connect ing the bat to the ball, anglers enjoy the healthy benefits of connecting with nature through a taut fishing line. I was inspired by an article in Bass master magazine and made it my 2011 New Years resolution to catch all the Flor ida black bass species this year, Walker said. Florida has four of the nine black bass species that make up the BASS Slam, col lectively, bass are the most popular sport fishes in North America. The Florida large mouth is the largest and most popular of all, but its smaller cousins provide great fishing as well. Completing the slam re quires a commitment to travel, careful re search and a high level of skill. Because of the immense popularity of black bass and their potential to contrib ute to the ecological, economic and social well-being of Florida, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) on June 9 approved a long-term manage ment plan (see MyFWC.com/Fishing) to ensure anglers worldwide will recognize Florida as the undisputed bass fishing capital of the world. Among the many ac tion items in the new plan is the idea of supporting the BASS Slam and emphasiz ing the Florida black bass species as a possible Florida grand slam, which can inspire anglers to seek out new opportu nities and emphasize the critical need for habitat management and conservation to keep these fisheries viable. Walkers story epitomizes all that the FWC hopes to encourage in anglers. His quest began April 2 with a trip to Oleno State Park on the Santa Fe River, ac companied by his wife, Nancy, and their 4-year-old son, Jack. While fishing there in a rented canoe, he caught both a Su wannee bass, with its beautiful purplish colors along the lateral line, and a Florida largemouth. Walker next took on the shoal bass. After researching the species on MyFWC. com/Fishing and elsewhere, he decided that the upper Chipola was the best place to go. He loaded his family and took them to Florida Caverns State Park. On the way, he tried fishing from shore and was re warded with a beautiful shoal bass from the Chipola near County Road 278 (Pea cock Bridge Road). He described this as his favorite catch, as it slammed a finesse worm and came 2 feet out of the water, giving them all a thrill. It is also a beautiful fish, with tiger stripes along its cheeks, an orange tint and bright red eyes. By the end of April, he had three of the four Florida black basses to his credit. Needing only the spotted bass, and wanting the best (most current) informa tion available, he contacted the FWC. I had the good fortune of taking his call and en July 18-24 Senior Men Jim Varcados 671 Jim Shackleford 629 Ray Dankel 627 Dan Payne 626 Bob Smith 621 Charles Crist 621 Jack Hubbard 604 Don Waitkus 602 Senior WomenJudy Capozzi 521 OK Jones 511 Debbie Willis 507 Youth BoysKyle Kohler 598 Chris Kimball 597 Youth GirlsAriana Hantz 547 Bowl America Orange Park SEE BASS, 50

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48 CLAY TODAY July 28, 2011 BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS CLAY T ODAYONLINE.COM During his last competition on July 9th, Taani took top honors bouncing back from his runner up finish at the inaugural First Tee Masters---he shot a 33 on the six-hole track finishing two strokes ahead of the runner-up and outlasting a total of seven other participants. The values my husband has instilled in him at his age has really paid off through his practice, Erin said. At the young age of six he is a model and inspiration to so many of us. Following Taanis first tournament win, Jason said a call to his mother in At lanta gave him another viewpoint of the past couple of years. I gave her the regular celebratory phone call after he won, Jason said. But she just began to cry and it wasnt all about the tournament win. She just reflected on where he was just a short time ago during the surgery and contemplated what hes doing now. Jason said both he and Taanis favor ite golfer is none other than Tiger Woods both got a chance to see Tiger play at TPC Sawgrass in Ponte Vedra Beach two years ago. In addition to getting the chance to see Tiger play, Taani received a golf ball and an autographed glove from PGA tour play er John Mallinger at that same event. That was and still is very special to Taani, Erin said. It was a great gesture Golfer FROM PAGE 43 Six-year-old T aani Jackson works on his swing at the driving range at the Golf Club at Fleming Island Plantation. from him {Mallinger} as well. Next month when school opens the lefty golfer will enter the first-grade and his parents will find him running and jumping just like all the other six-year olds which he already does with regularity.. They also continue to be amazed thank ing God for how he has recovered and con tinues to persevere since the storm that entered his young life just two years ago. We are so proud of not only his brav ery through his surgery but also his under standing that if you continue to focus and practice you can achieve so many things in life, Erin added.

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CLAYTODAYONLINE.COM BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS July 28, 2011 CLAY TODAY 49 classes are being offered and hotdogs will be available throughout the event. This event is open to the public at no charge. Middleburg Martial Arts is located at 2360A Blanding Blvd. For more informa tion call (904)291-1335. Basketball camp The Clay Gators are having four-day summer camp at St. Johns Country Day School for boys and girls ages 9 and older for $60 per camper on July 25-28 from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. For more information contact coach Joey Williams at (904) 264-5720 or (904) 422-1330 CCPAL registration The Clay County Police Activities League is holding American Youth Foot ball (AYF) and cheer sign-ups at Walter Odum Park (formerly Bel-Med Athletic Association) on Thursdays from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. and Saturdays from 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. cost is $145 (football) and $275 (cheerleading). There will also be a free football con ditioning camp every Saturday from 10 a.m. to noon. For more info contact Joe Guthrie at (904) 553-9191 or visit www. leaguelineup.com/claypalayf PAL free youth camp The Clay County Police Athletic League is offering a free summer youth camp for Clay County youth ages 7 to 13 at the Clay High School football practice field. Kids will have the opportunity to work on conditioning, agility, balance, footwork and strength for any sports they will be participating in. This is a noncompetitive camp that is designed to improve individual fitness in a positive and supportive environment. Go to www.leaguelineup.com/ccpal and on the forms page download and fill out the PAL player application. The final camp date is Thurs., July 28 from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Baseball tryouts The Batters Eye Baseball Academy is looking for players for its College Show case Team as well as its 16U team. Try outs for the College Showcase Team will be held Sat. August 20 at Pedro Menen dez High School during the North Florida Prospect Showcase. Tryouts for the 16U team will be held immediately following the Showcase at 3 p.m. For more information, contact Jessie Parkin at (904)806-4117 or email bat terseyebaseball@gmail.com or visit www. batterseyeacademy.com MAA registration Middleburg Athletic Association (MAA) a member of the new St. Johns River Youth Football Conference is now accepting registrations for youth football and cheer for the upcoming season. Reg Sports FROM PAGE 46 CORRESPONDENT PHOTO BY RANDY LEFKO Lifeguard trainingFleming Islands Jackie Watts, 14, leads out of the water a five-man swim relay for her Jacksonville Beach Lifeguard squad at Saturdays Jack sonville Beach Junior Lifeguard Com petition. Watts will be a freshman at Fleming Island High School. SEE SPORTS, 50

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50 CLAY TODAY July 28, 2011 BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS CLAY T ODAYONLINE.COM Jack Walker was accompanied by his wife Nancy and their four-year-old son Jack during his Florida black bass grand slam that covered several months. joying a delightful conversation with this avid angler, conservationist and family man. Enthralled by his story, I put him in touch with one of our regional offices, where Katie Woodside and Matt Wegen er provided him with the information he needed. In his words, Some great folks there shared with me great (and beautiful) lo cations to find my last species. This trip actually began on my birthday (May 26) and resulted with the accomplishment of my Florida black bass grand slam. He caught a qualifying spotted bass at the Hightower Springs Landing on Holmes Creek, just by walking the bank with his family and casting a finesse worm. It must have been a memorable birthday and Memorial Day weekend for him and his family. Jim grew up primarily doing saltwa ter fishing around Daytona with his fa ther, and now participates in local bass tournaments. He wants to pass that leg acy of connecting with nature and caring about our resources to his son, who is already well on his way to being a good steward. Jack is the designated release man for the Walkers. He loves to help get their catches back into the water and see them swim off. They have also taken a family trip to visit the Florida Bass Conservation Center in Sumter County. At this working FWC fish hatchery, they observed public displays highlighting the role of hatcheries and conservation in sustaining quality bass fisheries, and depicting both trophy Florida bass and the other black bass species and their ranges. That sounds like enough to make a great story and cover a half-year of fish ing, but the Walkers had more to offer. Nancy, Jims wife, is one fish shy of her Florida slam as well. Moreover, along the way, they went one better. On an earlier Bass FROM PAGE 47 fishing trip in February, they visited south Florida and, fishing from shore, caught a peacock bass. Peacock bass are the only reproducing nonnative fish stocked by the state in the early 1980s to help control other small nonnative fishes that escaped or were illegally released from aquarists or the aquaculture industry and to pro vide a high quality sport fishery. Unlike the black bass that are part of the sunfish family, which includes bream and crap pie, peacock bass are cichlids like tilapia and oscar. Florida freshwater fisheries also offer striped bass, white bass and the sunshine bass (a hatchery-produced hybrid of the other two). These are from a third family of fishes known as the temperate bass. Again, they are not part of the black bass slam, but are on the Walkers wish list, along with the other five black bass spe cies that are found elsewhere in North America. Somehow, I expect someday to hear that they have expanded their fish ing horizons to include them all. Walker said, The coolest thing is that I not only accomplished our Florida black bass grand slam, but did it in half the year and for the most part just walked the bank. This quest has shown me so many new and beautiful places that I would have never known existed. You hear a lot about our (Floridas) fantastic saltwater fishing and largemouth bass fishing in the big ger lakes, but the areas I was fortunate to find and visit while completing this slam in the central and Panhandle portions of our state are absolutely beautiful. In 2011, over 1.5 million fans flocked to Florida to watch professional baseball, hoping to see a grand slam. Meanwhile, nearly 2.8 million anglers fish in Florida each year and like the Walkers have the opportunity every day to enjoy the sound and feel of a bass striking their lure and exploding from the water. Oh yeah, give me a Florida black bass grand slam any day. That is my kind of four-bagger. ister now until August on-line at www. middleburgsports.com or in person on Tuesdays and Thursdays in the MAA Clubhouse on CR 218 West from 6-8 p.m. and on Saturdays from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. More information about the conference can be found at www.sjryfc.com. Umpires needed The River City Umpires Association is seeking those interested in officiating high school baseball or softball. Contact Terry Padgett at 904-879-6442 or visit www. rivercityumps.com. Schools are located in Clay, Duval, Baker, Bradford, Nassau, Putnam and St. Johns counties. Sports FROM PAGE 49 Attention shutterbugs!Do you have an interesting photo you would like to share? Send all submissions to Greg Walsh, Managing Editor at gwalsh@jcp group.com. All photos will be considered for publication. CLAYTODAYONLINE.COM

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54 CLAY TODAY July 28, 2011 BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS CLAY T ODAYONLINE.COM 54 2008 CHRYSLER 300 38,551 Miles Excellent conditon $20,500 Call 904-237-7909 2010 CHRYLSER Seabring 30,982 Miles Take over payments $299 Call 904-237-7909 2010 CHRYSLER Seabring 41,741 miles, Excellent condition $15 500 Call 904-237-7909 2010 DODGE Avenger 17,338 Miles Excellent Condition $17,500 Call 904-237-7909 2008 JEEP LIBERTY 45,729 Miles Excellent condition $17,500 Call 904-237-7909 CASH FOR CARS: All Cars/Trucks Wanted. Running or Not! Top Dollar Paid. We Come To You! Any Make/Model. Call For Instant Offer: 1-800-871-9638 c p f DONATE VEHICLE Receive $1000 Grocery Coupons, NOAHS ARC Support No Kill Shelters, Research to Advance Veterinary Treatments FREE TOWING, Tax Deductible, Non-Runners Acce p ted 1-866-912-Give c p f IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLA Y COUNTY, FLORID A CIVIL DIVISION CASE NO: 11-CA-124 AURORA LOAN SERVICES, LLC, Plaintiff, Vs. WILLIAMBRATHWAITE;SILVERCREEK OFCLAYCOUNTYHOMEOWNERSASSOCIATION,INC;ANNETTE BRATHWAITE;UNKNOWNTENANT(S) INPOSSESSIONOFTHESUBJECT PROPERTY, Defendant(s). NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE NOTICEISHEREBYGIVENpursuantto FinalJudgmentofForeclosuredatedthe 20thdayofJuly,2011andenteredinCase No.11-CA-124,oftheCircuitCourtofthe 4thJudicialCircuitinandforClayCounty, FloridawhereinAURORALOANSERVICES,LLCisthePlaintiffandWILLIAM BRATHWAITE,SILVERCREEKOFCLA Y COUNTYHOMEOWNERSASSOCIATION,INC,ANNETTEBRATHWAITEand UNKNOWNTENANT(S)INPOSSESSION OFTHESUBJECTPROPERTYaredefendants.TheClerkofthisCourtshallsell tothehighestandbestbidderforcashAT FRONTSTEPSOFCLAYCOUNT Y COURTHOUSE,825N.ORANGEAVENUE,GREENCOVESPRINGS,FL32043, 10:00a.m.onthe31STdayofAUGUST, 2011,thefollowingdescribedpropertyas set forth in said Final Judgment, to wit: LOT263,SILVERCREEK,ACCORDINGTOTHEPLATTHEREOFASRECORDEDINPLATBOOK44,PAGES52 THROUGH72,INCLUSIVE,ASRECORDEDINTHEPUBLICRECORDSOFCLA Y COUNTY, FLORIDA. ANYPERSONCLAIMINGANINTERESTINTHESURPLUSFROMTHESALE, IFANY,OTHERTHANTHEPROPERTY OWNERASOFTHEDATEOFTHELIS PENDENSMUSTFILEACLAIMWITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE. Dated this 20th of July, 2011. /seal / JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Circuit Court By Allison Carterl, Deputy Cler k LegalNo.22638publishedJuly28and Aug.4,2011inClayCountysClayToda y news p a p er. ( 3850745 ) NOTICE OF SHERIFFS SALE NOTICEISHEREBYGIVENthatpursuanttoaWRITOFEXECUTIONissuedin theCountyCourt,ClayCounty,Floridaon the27thdayofApril,2011,inthecause wherein COSMOSNURSERYINC., is plaintiffand BOLDCITYIRRIGATION& LANDSCAPING,INC. and JOHNH REINHEIMER, isdefendant,beingcase number2010-SC-1651insaidCourt,I, RICKBESELER,asSheriffofClayCounty, Florida,havelevieduponallright,titleand interestoftheDefendant, BOLDCITYIRRIGATION&LANDSCAPING,INC.and JOHNH.REINHEIMER ,inandtothefollowing described property, to wit: 3079 RUSSELL ROAD GREEN COVE SPRINGS FL 32043 [PROPERTY AS MORE SPECIFICALLY DESCRIBED IN EXHIBIT A] EXHIBIT A Parcel "B" (10.530 acres more or less) AparceloflandsituatesinLots7 and8ofBlock21ofFloridaFarmers andLandCompanySubdivision,accordingtotheplatthereofasrecorded inPlatBook1,Page49ofthepublicrecordsofClayCounty,Florida;saidparcelbeingmoreparticularlydescribedas follows:BeginatanIronRodatthe mostWesterlycornerofsaidLot8said pointbeingontheNortheasterlyrightof waylineofCountyRoadNo.C-209and runN47de g 24min00secE,alon g the g g NorthwesterlylineofsaidLot8adistanceof660.00feettoanIronRodon theSouthwesterlyrightofwaylineof theCSXRailroad;thencerunS42deg 36min00secE,alongsaidsouthwesterlyrightofwaylineadistanceof 671.50feettoanIronPipe;thencerun S47deg24min00secW,653.34feetto anIronRoadontheNortheasterlyright ofwaylineofCountyRoadNo.C-209; thencerunN42deg33min00secW, alongsaidNortheasterlyrightofway lineadistanceof148.09feettoaconcretemonument;thencerunS47deg27 min00sec.W,6.7feettoanIronRod, thencerunN42deg36min00secW, alongsaidNortheasterlyrightofway lineadistanceof548.41feettothe Point of Beginning. Lessanyportionlyingwithinrightof wayofCountyRoadNo.C209asestablished. Subjecttotherightofcurrentowners ofParcel"A"shownhereontodrawwaterfromawellaslongasflowshalllast, as per previous deeds. andonthe9thofAugust,2011,at901 NorthOrangeAvenue,GreenCove Springs,ClayCounty,Floridaatthehourof 10:00a.m.,orassoonthereafteraspossible,IwillofferforsaleallofthesaiddefendantsBOLDCITYIRRIGATION& LANDSCAPING,INC.andJOHN REINHEIMERS,right,titleandinterestin theaforesaid p ro p ert y at p ublicoutcr y and ppypy willsellthesame,subjecttoallpriorliens, taxes,judgmentsandencumbrances,if any,tothehighestandbestbidderfor CASH,theproceedstobeappliedasfaras maybetothepaymentofcostsandthe satisfactionoftheabove-describedExecution. Individualswithdisabilitiesneedinga reasonableaccommodationtoparticipate inthisproceedingshouldcontacttheCivil ProcessSectionoftheClayCountySheriffsOffice(904)529-6020atleastfivedays prior to the date of sale. RICK BESELER, SHERIFF Clay County, Florida by Janette Wernert LegalNo.22505publishedJuly7,July 14,July21andJuly28,2011inClay CountysClayTodaynewspaper. ( 3833909 ) NOTICE OF SHERIFFS SALE NOTICEISHEREBYGIVENthatpursuanttoaWRITOFEXECUTIONissuedin theCountyCourt,ClayCounty,Floridaon the27thdayofMay,2011,inthecause whereinCONTINENTALTRANSPORT,is plaintiffandJMCTRANSPORTLLC& JOHNMCINTYRE,isdefendant,being casenumber2011CA62insaidCourt,I, RICKBESELER,asSheriffofClayCounty, Florida,havelevieduponallright,titleand interestoftheDefendant,JMCTRANSPORTLLC&JOHNMCINTYRE,inandto the followin g described p ro p ert y to wit: NANI ADVERTISING POINT: 4 View the entire paper ONLINE! at www.claytodayonline.com

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CLAYTODAYONLINE.COM BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS July 28, 2011 CLAY TODAY 55 55 gppy 2003 HARLEY DAVIDSON MOTORCYCLE VIN# 1HD1FFW133Y617046 andonthe9thofAugust,2011,at3222 Highway17,GreenCoveSprings,Cla y County,Floridaatthehourof10:00a.m., orassoonthereafteraspossible,Iwilloffer forsaleallofthesaidDefendants,JMC TRANSPORTLLC&JOHNMCINTYRE, right,titleandinterestintheaforesaidpropertyatpublicoutcryandwillsellthesame, subjecttoallpriorliens,taxes,judgments andencumbrances,ifany,tothehighest andbestbidderforCASH,theproceedsto beappliedasfarasmaybetothepayment ofcostsandthesatisfactionoftheabovedescribed Execution. Individualswithdisabilitiesneedinga reasonableaccommodationtoparticipate inthisproceedingshouldcontacttheCivil ProcessSectionoftheClayCountySheriffsOffice(904)529-6020atleastfivedays prior to the date of sale. RICK BESELER, SHERIFF Clay County, Florida by Sgt. Mickey Ciavola LegalNo.22492publishedJuly7,July 14,July21,andJuly28,2011inClay CountysClayTodaynewspaper. ( 3832854 ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLA Y COUNTY, FLORID A Case No.: 10-2011-DR-1177 Division: E INTHEMATTEROFTHEPROPOSED ADOPTIONOFAMINORCHILD:Zane Anthony Markum Minor Child(ren). NOTICE OF PETITION FOR ADOPTION BY RELATIVE AND NOTICE OF HEARING TO: Father Unknown Address Unknown YOUARENOTIFIEDapetitionofadoptionbyrelativehasbeenfiledbyGary&JudyMarkumwhoisthegrandfatherand grandmotheroftheabove-named child(ren).Theiraddressis7868SR100 KeystoneHeightsFL.Ahearinginthis matterwillbeheldbeforeJudgeCrenshaw onAugust29,2011at9:30AMinRoom9 oftheClayCountyCourthouse.TheCourt hasreserved10minutesforthishearing. Youmayobjecttothisactionbyfilinga writtenobjectionwiththeclerkoftheCircuit CourtwhoseaddressisClerkoftheCircuit Court,Room105,825NorthOrangeAvenue,GreenCoveSprings,Florida,32043, or by appearing at the Hearing. Copiesofallcourtdocumentsinthis case,includingorders,areavailableatthe ClerkortheCircuitCourtsoffice.Youma y review these documents upon request. YoumustkeeptheClerkoftheCircuit Courtsofficenotifiedofyourcurrentaddress.(YoumayfileNoticeofCurrentAddress,FloridaFamilyLawForm12.915.) Futurepapersinthislawsuitwillbemailed totheaddressonrecordattheclerksoffice. UNDERSECTION63.089,FLORIDA STATUTES,FAILURETOAPPEARAT THEHEARINGORTOFILEAWRITTEN RESPONSETOTHISNOTICECONSTITUTESGROUNDSUPONWHICHTHE COURTSHALLENDANYPARENTAL RIGHTSYOUMAYHAVEREGARDING THE MINOR CHILD. Dated July 1, 2011. James B. Jett CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: Debra M Beyrle Deputy Cler k Legal22518publishedJuly7,July14, July21andJuly28,2011inClayCount y s Cla y Toda y news p a p er ( 3834677 ) NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN,that PPTS 1LLC theholderofthefollowingcertificate hasfiledsaidcertificateforataxdeedtobe issuedthereon.Thecertificatenumberand yearofissuance,thedescriptionofthe property,andthenamesinwhichitwasassessed are as follows: Certificate No. 4846 Year of Issuance 2009 Description of Property: LOT3 BLK43EXELY63.5GCSOR2438PG 1183 Parcel # 380626-017434-000-00 Opening Bid: $10,201.15 Physical Address: 24GreenStreet, Green Cove Springs Classification: SingleFamilyResidence Nameinwhichassessed: JackieL.Buchanan SaidpropertybeingintheCountyof CLAY, State of Florida. Unlesssuchcertificateshallberedeemedaccordingtolawthepropertydescribedinsuchcertificateshallbesoldto thehighestbidderatthecourthousedoor onthe 21st dayof September,2011at 9:30 A.M. Dated this 1st day of July, 2011 James B. Jett Clerk of Circuit Court of Clay County, Florida Legal22526publishedJuly7,July14, July21,andJuly28,2011inClayCount y s Cla y Toda y news p a p er ( 3834937 ) NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN,that PPTS 1LLC theholderofthefollowingcertificate hasfiledsaidcertificateforataxdeedtobe issuedthereon.Thecertificatenumberand yearofissuance,thedescriptionofthe property,andthenamesinwhichitwasassessed are as follows: Certificate No. 4186 Year of Issuance 2009 DescriptionofProperty: LOT18BLKE LAKESIDEESTATESUNIT9ASRECO R2366PG2692849PG1005,2858PG 1634, 2863 PG 1892 & 2950 PG 2059 Parcel # 380425-013787-198-00 Opening Bid: $5,207.45 Physical Address: 5511JacksonAvenue, Orange Park Classification: SingleFamilyResidence Name in which assessed: Mary E Patty SaidpropertybeingintheCountyof CLAY, State of Florida. Unlesssuchcertificateshallberedeemedaccordingtolawthepropertydescribedinsuchcertificateshallbesoldto thehighestbidderatthecourthousedoor onthe 21stdayofSeptember,2011at 9:30 A.M. Dated this 1st day of July 2011 James B. Jett Clerk of Circuit Court of Clay County, Florida Legal22527publishedJuly7,July14, July21andJuly28,2011inClayCount y s Cla y Toda y news p a p er ( 3834947 ) NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN,thatPPTS 1LLCtheholderofthefollowingcertificate hasfiledsaidcertificateforataxdeedtobe issuedthereon.Thecertificatenumberand yearofissuance,thedescriptionofthe property,andthenamesinwhichitwasassessed are as follows: Certificate No. 3029 Year of Issuance 2009 Description of Property: LOT20 NATURESHAMMOCK@OAKLEA F PLANTATION AS REC O R 2431 PG 1981 Parcel # 080425-007868-011-20 Opening Bid: $14,750.22+ $60,083.50 Physical Address: 3244Wandering Oaks Dr, Orange Park Classification: SingleFamilyResidence Nameinwhichassessed: GinaL.Gladden & Stephen D. Gladden SaidpropertybeingintheCountyof CLAY, State of Florida. Unlesssuchcertificateshallberedeemedaccordingtolawthepropertydescribedinsuchcertificateshallbesoldto thehighestbidderatthecourthousedoor onthe 21stdayofSeptember,2011at 9:30 A.M. Dated this 1st day of July 2011 Clerk of Circuit Court of Clay County, Florida Legal22528publishedJuly7,July14, July21andJuly28,2011inClayCount y s Cla y Toda y news p a p er ( 3834956 ) NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN,thatPPTS 1LLCtheholderofthefollowingcertificate hasfiledsaidcertificateforataxdeedtobe issuedthereon.Thecertificatenumberand yearofissuance,thedescriptionofthe property,andthenamesinwhichitwasassessed are as follows: Certificate No. 4191 Year of Issuance 2009 Description of Property: LOT 22 LAKESIDE ESTATES REPLAT AS REC O R 1320 PG 507 Parcel # 420426-013811-000-00 Opening Bid: $4,112.94+ $41,893.50 Physical Address: 2735Woodland Dr., Orange Park Classification: SingleFamilyResidence Name in which assessed: Evelyn K. Reed SaidpropertybeingintheCountyof CLAY, State of Florida. Unlesssuchcertificateshallberedeemedaccordingtolawthepropertydescribedinsuchcertificateshallbesoldto thehighestbidderatthecourthousedoor onthe21stdayofSeptember,2011at 9:30 A.M. Dated this 1st day of July, 2011 James B. Jett Clerk of Circuit Court of Clay County, Florida Legal22529publishedJuly7,July14, July21,andJuly28,2011inClayCount y s Cla y Toda y news p a p er ( 3834989 ) NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN,that PPTS 1LLC theholderofthefollowingcertificate hasfiledsaidcertificateforataxdeedtobe issuedthereon.Thecertificatenumberand yearofissuance,thedescriptionofthe property,andthenamesinwhichitwasassessed are as follows: Certificate No. 4058 Year of Issuance 2009 Description of Property: LOT14 BLK7MEADOWBROOK6ASRECOR 99 PG 291 & 351 PG 532 Parcel # 060426-011287-000-00 Opening Bid: $6,126.36 Physical Address: 15 6CanisDrE,Or ange Park Classification: SingleFamilyResi dence Nameinwhichassessed: EstherPEdwards Heirs SaidpropertybeingintheCountyof CLAY, State of Florida. Unlesssuchcertificateshallberedeemedaccordingtolawthepropertydescribedinsuchcertificateshallbesoldto thehighestbidderatthecourthousedoor onthe 21stdayofSeptember,2011at 9:30 A.M Dated this 1st day of July, 2011 Clerk of Circuit Court of Clay County, Florida Legal22530publishedJuly7,July14, July21,andJuly28,2011inClayCount y s Cla y Toda y news p a p er ( 3834962 ) NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN,that PPTS1LLC theholderofthefollowing certificatehasfiledsaidcertificateforatax deedtobeissuedthereon.Thecertificate numberandyearofissuance,thedescriptionoftheproperty,andthenamesin which it was assessed are as follows: Certificate No. 4181 Year of Issuance 2009 Description of Property: LOT22 BLK1LAKESIDEESTATESUNIT6AS REC O R 2505 PG 1603 Parcel # 180426-013573-000-00 Opening Bid: $8,582.18 Physical Address: 3528RedOakCt, Orange Park Classification: SingleFamilyResidence Name in which assessed: Glenn Mee SaidpropertybeingintheCountyof CLAY, State of Florida. Unlesssuchcertificateshallberedeemedaccordingtolawthepropertydescribedinsuchcertificateshallbesoldto thehighestbidderatthecourthousedoor onthe 21stdayofSeptember,2011at 9:30 AM Dated this 1st day of July, 2011 James B. Jett Clerk of Circuit Court of Clay County, Florida Legal22531publishedJuly7,July14, July21andJuly28,2011inClayCount y s Cla y Toda y news p a p er ( 3834972 ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY COUNTY, FLORID A CASE NO.: 2011-DR-001216 DIVISION: INRE:THEMARRIAGEOF:CHRISTOPHER D. CARR, Husband, and ANGELA STEPHENS CARR, Wife. NOTICE OF ACTION TO: CHRISTOPHER D. CARR, Unknown Address YOUARENOTIFIEDthatanactionfor DissolutionofMarriagehasbeenfiled againstyouandyouarerequiredtoservea copyofyourwrittendefenses,ifany,toit onANGELASTEPHENSCARR,P.O.Box 1782,OrangePark,Florida32043,onor beforeAugust8,2011,2011,andfilethe originalwiththeClerkofthisCourtCla y CountyCourthouse,825OrangeAve, GreenCoveSprings,Florida,32043,beforeserviceonsaidWifeorimmediately thereafter. Ifyoufailtodoso,aDefault maybeenteredagainstyoufortherelief demanded in the Petition. Copiesofallcourtdocumentsinthis case,includingorders,areavailableatthe ClerkoftheCircuitCourtsoffice.Youma y review these documents upon request. YoumustkeeptheClerkoftheCircuit Courtsofficenotifiedofyourcurrentaddress.(YoumayfileNoticeofCurrentAddress,2F.L.F.12.915.)Futurepapersin thislawsuitwillbemailedtotheaddresson record at the Clerks office. WARNING: Rule12.285,F.L.R.P.,requirescertainautomaticdisclosureofdocumentsandinformation.Failuretocomply canresultinsanctions,infcludingdismissal or striking of pleadings. Dated: July 5, 2011 JAMES B. JETT Clerk of the Court By: K. Bush As Deputy Cler k Legal22547publishedJuly14,July21, July28,andAug.4,2011inClayCount y s Cla y Toda y news p a p er ( 3836980 ) NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN,that ShermanLKinseyJr theholderofthefollowingcertificatehasfiledsaidcertificatefora taxdeedtobeissuedthereon.Thecertificatenumberandyearofissuance,thedescriptionoftheproperty,andthenamesin which it was assessed are as follows: Certificate No. 1691 Year of Issuance 2004 Description of Property: LOT21 BLACKCREEKSHORESUNIT2ASREC OR500PG23,750PG249&2147PG 1214 Parcel # 230524-006667-002-00 Opening Bid: $4,482.16 Physical Address: 2886CreekSt, Middleburg Classification: Vacant Nameinwhichassessed: William Duquette Trustee SaidpropertybeingintheCountyof CLAY, State of Florida. Unlesssuchcertificateshallberedeemedaccordin g tolawthe p ro p ert y deg ppy scribedinsuchcertificateshallbesoldto thehighestbidderatthecourthousedoor onthe 21stdayofSeptember,2011at 9:30 A.M Dated this 8th day of July, 2011 James B. Jett Clerk of Circuit Court of Clay County, Florida Legal22556publishedJuly14,July21, July28andAug.42011inClayCounty s Cla y Toda y news p a p er ( 3838946 ) NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN,thatShermanLKinseyJrtheholderofthefollowing certificatehasfiledsaidcertificateforatax deedtobeissuedthereon.Thecertificate numberandyearofissuance,thedescriptionoftheproperty,andthenamesin which it was assessed are as follows: Certificate No. 1692 Year of Issuance 2 004 Description of Property:L OT22 BLACKCREEKSHORESUNIT2ASREC O R 2147 PG 1622 Parcel # 230524-006667-003-00 Opening Bid: $4,488.64 Physical Address: 2890CreekSt, Middleburg Classification: Vacant Nameinwhichassessed: William Duquette Trustee SaidpropertybeingintheCountyof CLAY, State of Florida. Unlesssuchcertificateshallberedeemedaccordingtolawthepropertydescribedinsuchcertificateshallbesoldto thehighestbidderatthecourthousedoor onthe 21stdayofSeptember,2011at 9:30 A.M Dated this 8th day of July, 2011 James B. Jett Clerk of Circuit Court of Clay County, Florida Legal22557publishedJuly14,July21, July28,andAug.4,2011inClayCount y s Cla y Toda y news p a p er ( 3838972 ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLA Y COUNTY, FLORID A CASE NO: 11-DR-1507 DIVISION: E COREY O. CLEMONS, Petitioner and STACY CLEMONS, Respondent NOTICE OF ACTION AS TO TEMPORARY CUSTODY BY EXTENDED FAMILY MEMBER To: (name of Respondent) Unknown Respondentslastknownaddress:Unknown YOUARENOTIFIEDthatanactionhas beenfiledagainstyouandthatyouarerequiredtoserveacopyofyourwrittendefenses,ifany,toitonCOREYO. CLEMONS,whoseaddressis774 MosswoodChase,OrangePark,FL32065 onorbeforeAug.29,2011andfilethe originalwiththeclerkofthisCourtatCla y CountyCourthouse,POBox698(825N. OrangeAve.)GreenCoveSprings,Fla., 32043beforeserviceonPetitionerorimmediatelythereafter.Ifyoufailtodoso,a defaultmaybeenteredagainstyouforthe relief demanded in the petition. Copiesofallcourtdocumentsinthis case,includingorders,areavailableatthe ClerkoftheCircuitCourtsoffice.Youmay reviewthesedocumentsuponrequest.You mustkeeptheClerkoftheCircuitCourts officenotifiedofyourcurrentaddress.(You mayfilenoticeofCurrentAddress,Florida SupremeCourtApprovedFamilyLawForm 12.915).Futurepapersinthislawsuitwill bemailedtotheaddressonrecordatthe clerks office. WARNING:Rule12.285,FloridaFamil y LawRulesofProcedure,requirescertain automaticdisclosureofdocumentsandinformation.Failuretocomplycanresultin sanctions,includingdismissalorstrikingof pleadings. LegalNo.22565publishedJuly14,July 21,July28andAug.4,2011inClay Count y s Cla y Toda y news p a p er.

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56 CLAY TODAY July 28, 2011 BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS CLAY T ODAYONLINE.COM 56 NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE FIRSTCOASTTOWINGgivesNoticeof Lienandintenttosellthesevehicleson 8/12/2011,201110amat2905BLANDING BLVDMIDDLEBURGFL32068-6349,pursuanttosubsection713.78oftheFlorida Statutes.FIRSTCOASTTOWINGreservestherighttoacceptorrejectany and/or alll bids. 1GNCT18W0VK224682 1997 CHEVROLET Legal22575publishedJuly28,2011in ClayCountysClayTodaynewspaper ( 3841261 ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR CLAY COUNTY,FLORID A PROBATE DIVISION File No. 11-CP-208 Division PROBATE IN RE: ESTATE OF RICHARD ZYGADLO Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS TheadministrationoftheestateofRICHARDZYGADLO,deceased,whosedate ofdeathwasNovember7,2010,ispending intheCircuitCourtforCLAYCounty,Florida,ProbateDivision,theaddressofwhich is825N,OrangeAvenue,P.O.Box698, Green Cove Springs, FL 32043. Thenamesandaddressesofthepersonalrepresentativesare:AARONJ. ZYGADLO,1797AlderDrive,OrangePark, FL32073,AND,ALISONM.WEISSERT, 5311 Dillon Street, Lake Worth, FL 33463. Thenameandaddressofthepersonal representatives attorney is set forth below. Allcreditorsofthedecedentandother personshavingclaimsordemandsagainst decedentsestateonwhomacopyofthis noticeisrequiredtobeservedmustfile theirclaimswiththiscourtWITHINTHE LATEROF3MONTHSAFTERTHETIME OFTHEFIRSTPUBLICATIONOFTHIS NOTICEOR30DAYSAFTERTHEDATE OFSERVICEOFACOPYOFTHISNOTICE ON THEM. Allothercreditorsofthedecedentand otherpersonshavingclaimsordemands againstdecedentsestatemustfiletheir claimswiththiscourtWITHIN3MONTHS AFTERTHEDATEOFTHEFIRSTPUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. ALLCLAIMSNOTFILEDWITHINTHE TIMEPERIODSSETFORTHINSECTION 733.702OFTHEFLORIDAPROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDINGTHETIMEPERIODSSETFORTHABOVE,ANYCLAIM FILEDTWO(2)YEARSORMOREAFTER THEDECEDENTSDATEOFDEATHIS BARRED. Thedateoffirstpublicationofthisnotice is July 21, 2011. Attorney for Personal Representatives: Karen M. Brown Law Office of Karen M. Brown, P.A. Attorney for Personal Representatives Florida Bar Number: 0805173 1109 South Congress Avenue West Palm Beach, FL 33406 Telephone: (561) 432 0511 Fax: (561) 642 4325 Legal22576publishedJuly21andJuly 28,2011inClayCountysClayToday news p a p er ( 3841332 ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY COUNTY, FLORID A CASE NO: 2011-CA-000469 WELLSFARGOBANK,N.A.,ASTRUSTEE,FORCARRINGTONMORTGAGE LOANTRUST,SERIES2006NC2006NC1ASSET-BACKEDPASS-THROUGH CERTIFICATES, Plaintiff, Vs. SAMUELC.CARLINA/K/ASAMUELC CARLIN, ET AL. Defendants. NOTICE OF ACTION To the following Defendent(s): CHRISTINE M. CARLIN (CURRENT RESIDENCE UNKNOWN) Last known address: 321 EDINBURGH LANE, ORANGE PARK, FL 32073 Additional address: 4136 HUNDALL RD, JACKSONVILLE, FL 32207 YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action for Foreclosure of Mortgage on the followin g described p ro p ert y : gppy LOT32,BLOCK5,LOCHRANE,UNIT 1REPLAT,ACCORDINGTOTHEPLA T THEROFASRECORDEDINPLATBOOK 14,PAGES37,38,39,AND,40,OFTHE PUBLICRECORDSOFCLAYCOUNTY, FLORIDA A/K/A321EDINBURGHLANE,ORANGE PARK FL 32073 hasbeenfiledagainstyouandyouare requiredtoserveacopyofyourwrittendefenses,ifany,toTylerLoucks.atVAN NESSLAWFIRM,P.A.,Attorneyforthe Plaintiff,whoseaddressis1239E.NEWPORTCENTERDRIVE,SUITE#110, DEERFIELDBEACH,FL33442onorbeforethirty(30)daysafterthefirstpublicationofthisNoticeintheCLAYTODAYand filetheoriginalwiththeClerkofthisCourt eitherbeforeserviceonPlaintiffsattorney orimmediatelythereafter;otherwiseadefaultwillbeenteredagainstyouforthereliefdemandedinthecomplaint.Thisnotice isprovidedtoAdministrativeOrderNo. 2065. NOTICEREGARDINGTHEAMERICANSWITHDISIBILITIESACTOF1990: InaccordancewiththeAmericanswith DisabilitiesAct,personsneedingspecialaccommodationtoparticipatein thisproceeding,shouldcontactCourt Administratornolaterthansevendays priortotheproceedingsat,825N.OrangeAve.,GreenCoveSprings,FL 32043,Phone:ADA#(904)630-2564 within2workingdaysofyourreceiptof thisNOTICE:IFYOUAREHEARINGIMPAIREDCALL1.800.955.8771;IFYOU AREVOICEIMPAIREDCALL 1.800.955.8770. WITNESS my hand and the seal of this Court this2nd day of February, 2011. /seal / James B. Jett, Clerk of the Circuit Court By Amanda Sekel, Deputy Cler k LegalNo.22577publishedJuly21and July28,2011inClayCountysClayToda y news p a p er. ( 3841757 ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR CLAY COUNTY, FLORID A PROBATE DIVISION Case No.: 11-CP-245 Division: A INRE:ESTATEOFTIMOTHYDONALD DARBY Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Theadministrationoftheestateof TIMOTHYDONALDDARBY,deceased, whosedateofdeathwayMay21,2011, andwhosesocialsecuritynumberisXXXXX-6267,ispendingintheCircuitCourtfor ClayCounty,Florida,ProbateDivision,the addressofwhichis825NorthOrangeAvenue,GreenCoveSprings,FL32043.The namesandaddressesofthepersonalrepresentativeandthepersonalrepresentatives attorney are set forth below. Allcreditorsofthedecedentandother personshavingclaimsordemandsagainst theestateofthedecedentonwhomacop y ofthisnoticeisrequiredtobeservedmust filetheirclaimswiththiscourtWITHINTHE LATEROF3MONTHSAFTERTHETIME OFTHEFIRSTPUBLICATIONOFTHIS NOTICEOR30DAYSAFTERTHEDATE OFSERVICEOFACOPYOFTHISNOTICE ON THEM. Allothercreditorsofthedecedentand otherpersonshavingclaimsofdemands againstdecedentsestatemustfiletheir claimswiththiscourtWITHIN3MONTHS AFTERTHEDATEOFTHEFIRSTPUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. ALLCLAIMSNOTFILEDWITHINTHE TIMEPERIODSSETFORTHINSECTION 733.702OFTHEFLORIDAPROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDINGTHETIMEPERIODSSETFORTHABOVE,ANYCLAIM FILEDTWO(2)YEARSORMOREAFTER THEDECEDENTSDATEOFDEATHIS BARRED. ThedateoffirstpublicationofthisNotice is July 21, 2011. Attorney for Personal Representative: STEFANI K. NOLAN, ESQ. Florida Bar No. 0195316 2120 Corporate Square Blvd., Suite 16 Jacksonville, FL 32216 Phone: (904) 725-9300 Facsimile: ( 904 ) 725-9388 () stefaninolan@yahoo.com Personal Representative: Susan Darby Gallagher 101 Forester Court Wellington, FL 33414 Legal22579publishedJuly21andJuly 28,2011inClayCountysClayToday news p a p er ( 3841865 ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR CLAY COUNTY, FLORID A CIVIL ACTION CASE NO. 2008-CA-001453 Bank of New York Plaintiff(s), VS. CharlesRobey,AliceRobey,Unknown Parties; Unknown Tenants Defendant(s) NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE (Pursuant to F.S. Chapter 45) NOTICEISGIVENthatpursuanttoa ORDERRESCHEDULINGFORECLOSURESALEdatedJULY8TH,2011,inthe abovestyledcause,Iwillselltothehighest andbestbidderforcashinthefrontentranceoftheClayCountyCourthouse;825 N.OrangeAve,GreenCoveSprings,FL, onthe18thdayofAUGUST,2011AT 10:00AM,thefollowingdescribedrealand personal property: APARCELOFLANDLYINGINTHE NORTH1/2,OFSECTION36,TOWNSHIP 5SOUTH,RANGE24EAST,CLA Y COUNTY,FLORIDA,CONTAINING1.0 ACRES,MOREORLESS,ANDBEING MOREPARTICULARLYDESCRIBEDAS FOLLOWS:COMMENCEATTHE NORTHEASTCORNEROFSAIDSECTION36ANDRUNNORTH87DEGREES 50MINUTES14SECONDSWEST, ALONGTHENORTHERLYLINETHEREOF,27.0FEETTOTHEWESTLINEOF THUNDERROAD,THENCERUNSOUTH 01DEGREES35MINUTES03SECONDS EAST;ALONGSAIDWESTLINE,760.13 FEET,THENCERUNSOUTH59DEGREES59MINUTES40SECONDS WEST211.23FEETTOTHEPOINTOF BEGINNING;THENCECONTINUE SOUTH59DEGREES59MINUTES40 SECONDSWEST183.77FEET;THENCE RUNNORTH27DEGREES44MINUTES 37SECONDSWEST109.27FEET; THENCERUNNORTH61DEGREES41 MINUTES10SECONDSEAST24.53 FEET;THENCERUNNORTH29DEGREES07MINUTES02SECONDS WEST125.59FEET;THENCERUN NORTH60DEGREES52MINUTES58 SECONDSEAST112.93FEET;THENCE RUNSOUTH87DEGREES50MINUTES 14SECONDSEAST107.50FEET, THENCERUNSOUTH15DEGREES37 MINUTES53SECONDSEAST83.77 FEET,THENCERUNSOUTH12DEGREES28MINUTES13SECONDSEAS T 98.73FEETTOTHEPOINTOFBEGINNING A/K/A3972DOWLINGROAD, MIDDLEBURG, FL 32068 Dated this 8th day ofJULY, 2011 JAMES B. JETT CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT BY: Alison Carte r Deputy Cler k Legal22580publishedJuly21andJuly 28,2011inClayCountysClayToday news p a p er ( 3843991 ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR CLA Y COUNT Y CIVIL DIVISION CASE NO: 10-2009-CA-003204 TROPICAL FINANCIAL CREDIT UNION, Plaintiff, vs. JAMESW.FIFE,SR.;JANETS.FIFE;IF LIVING,INCLUDINGANYUNKNOWN SPOUSEOFSAIDDEFENDANT(S),IF REMARRIED,ANDIFDECEASED,THE RESPECTIVEUNKNOWNHEIRS, DEVISEES,GRANTEES,ASSIGNEES, CREDITORS,LIENORS,ANDTRUSTEES,ANDALLOTHERPERSONS CLAIMINGBY,THROUGH,UNDEROR AGAINSTTHENAMEDDEFENDANT(S); FOXMEADOWLAKEHOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION,INC.;MORTGAGEELECTRONICREGISTRATIONSYSTEMS, INC.;CLAYCOUNTY,FLORIDA;THE BANKOFNEWYORKMELLOWTRUST COMPANY,N.A.,F/K/ATHEBANKOF NEWYORKTRUSTCOMPANY,N.A.AS SUCCESSORTOJPMORGAINCHASE BANK,N.A.,ASINDENTURETRUSTEE FORCWHEQ,INC.REVOLVINGHOME EQUITYLOANASSETBACKEDNOTES SERIES 2005-I; JOHN DOE; JANE DOE; Defendant(s). NOTICE OF ACTION TO:FOXMEADOWLAKEHOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION, INC.; Whose residence are/is unknown YOUAREHEREBYrequiredtofileyou r answerorwrittendefenses,ifany,inthe aboveproceedingwiththeClerkofthis Court,andtoserveacopythereofuponthe plaintiffsattorney,LawOfficesofDanielC. Consuegra,9204KingPalmDrive,Tampa, FL33619-1328,telephone(813)9158660,facsimile(813)915-0559,withinthirtydaysofthefirstpublicationofthisNotice, thenatureofthisproceedingbeingasuit forforeclosureofmortgageagainstthefollowing described property, to wit: LOT19,FOXMEADOW,UNIT5,ACCORDINGTOTHEPLATTHEREOFRECORDEDINPLATBOOK24,PAGES28, 29,AND30,ORTHEPUBLICRECORDS OF CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA. Ifyoufailtofileyouranswerorwritten defensesintheaboveproceeding,on plaintiffsattorney,adefaultwillbeentered againstyouforthereliefdemandedinthe Complaint or Petition.. Ifyouarepersonwithadisabilitywho needsanyaccommodationinordertoparticipateinthisproceeding,youareentitled atnocosttoyou,totheprovisionofcertain assistance.PleasecontacttheADACoordinatoratcrtinfrp@coj.netor(904)6302564atleast7daysbeforeyourscheduled courtappearance,orimmediatelyuponreceivingthisnotificationifthetimebefore thescheduledappearanceislessthan7 days;ifyouarehearingorvoiceimpaired, call 711. DATED at CLAY County this 13th of July, 2011 /seal / James B. Jett, Clerk of the Circuit Court By Robbin Tefft, Deputy Cler k LegalNo.22581publishedJuly21and July28,2011inClayCountysClayToda y news p a p er. ( 3843977 ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR CLAY COUNTY, FLORID A CASE NO: 10-2009-CA-002324-B BACHOMELOANSSERVICING,L.P. FKACOUNRTYWIDEHOMELOANS SERVICING, L.P. Plaintiff, Vs. SHERRIL.MANASSA;UNKNOWN SPOUSEOFSHERRIL.MANASSA;UNKNOWNTENANTI;UNKNOWNTENAN T II;OAKLEAFVILLAGEHOMEOWNER S ASSOCIATION,INC., andanyunknown heirs,devisees,grantees,creditors,and otherunknownpersonsorunknownspousesclaimingby,throughandunderanyof the above-names Defendants, Defendants. AMENDED NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE NOTICEisherebygiventhattheundersignedClerkoftheCircuitCourtofCla y County,Florida,willonthe22ndofAugust, 2011,at10:00A.M.attheFrontstepsof theClayCountyCourthouseinGreenCove Springs,offerforsaleandsellatpublicoutcrytothehighestandbestbidderforcash, thefollowing-describedpropertysituatein Clay County, Florida: Lot31ofHIGHLANDMILLA T OAKLEAFPLANTATION,accordingto thePlatthereofasrecordedinPlatBook 39,Page(s)61-68,ofthePublicRecords of Clay County, Florida. PursuanttotheFinalJudgmententeredin acasependinginsaidCourt,thestyleof which is indicated above. Anypersonorentityclaiminganinterest inthesurplus,ifany,resultingfromthe foreclosuresale,otherthantheproperty ownerasofthedateoftheLisPendens, mustfileaclaimonsamewiththeClerkof Courtwithin60da y saftertheforeclosure y sale. InaccordancewiththeAmericanswith DisabilitiesAct,personswithdisabilities needingaspecialaccommodationtoparticipateinthisproceedingshouldcontact ADACoordinator,825N.OrangeAve., GreenCoveSprings,Florida,telephone (904)269-6349,notlaterthanseven(7) dayspriortotheproceeding.Ifhearingimpaired(TDD)1-800-955-8771,orVoice(V) 1-800-955-8770 via Florida Relay Service. WITNESS my hand and official seal of said Court this 11th day of July, 2011 /seal / James B. Jett, Clerk of the Circuit Court By Robbin Tefft, Deputy Cler k LegalNo.22582publishedJuly21and July28,2011inClayCountysClayToda y news p a p er. ( 3843717 ) PINE RIDGE PLANTATION COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING TO CONSIDER THE ADOPTION OF THE FISCAL YEAR 2011/2012 BUDGET; AND NOTICE OF REGULAR BOARD OF SUPERVISORS MEETING. TheBoardofSupervisorsofthePine RidgePlantationCommunityDevelopment DistrictwillholdapublichearingonAugust 17,2011at3:00p.m.at1845TownCenter Blvd,Suite210,FlemingIsland,Floridafor thepurposeofhearingcommentsandobj ectionsontheadoptionofthebudget(s)of theDistrictforFiscalYear2011/2012.A regularboardmeetingoftheDistrictwillalsobeheldatthattimewheretheBoard mayconsideranyotherbusinessthatmay properly come before it. Acopyoftheagendaandbudget(s) maybeobtainedattheofficesoftheDistrictManager,GovernmentalManagement Services,LLC,475WestTownPlace, Suite114St.Augustine,FL32092,during normal business hours. Thepublichearingandmeetingare opentothepublicandwillbeconductedin accordancewiththeprovisionsofFlorida lawforCommunityDevelopmentDistricts. Thepublichearingandmeetingmaybe continuedtoadate,time,andplacetobe specified on the record at the meeting. Theremaybeoccasionswhenstaffor otherindividualsmayparticipatebyspeaker telephone. Anypersonrequiringspecialaccommodationsatthismeetingbecauseofadisabilityorphysicalimpairmentshouldcontact theDistrictOfficeat(904)940-5850at leastforty-eight(48)hourspriortothe meeting.Ifyouarehearingorspeechimpaired,pleasecontacttheFloridaRela y Serviceat1-800-955-8770,foraidincontacting the District Office. Eachpersonwhodecidestoappealany decisionmadebytheBoardwithrespectto anymatterconsideredatthepublichearing ormeetingisadvisedthatpersonwillneed arecordofproceedingsandthataccordingly,thepersonmayneedtoensurethata verbatimrecordoftheproceedingsis made,includingthetestimonyandevidenceuponwhichsuchappealistobe based. James Oliver District Manager Legal22583publishedJuly21andJuly 28,2011inClayCountysClayToday news p a p er ( 3843627 ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLA Y COUNTY, FLORID A CASE NO: 2009-DP-63 DIVISION: B IN THE INTEREST OF: S.D. A CHILD, SUMMONS AND NOTICE OF ACTION BY PUBLICATION THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: Michelle Davis William Davis, father 3510 Bougainvilla Street Jacksonville, Florida 32254 Last Known Address YOUAREHEREBYNOTIFIED thata Petitionhasbeenfiledintheabove-styled CourtbytheFLORIDADEPARTMENTOF CHILDRENANDFAMILIESfortermination

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CLAYTODAYONLINE.COM BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS July 28, 2011 CLAY TODAY 57 57 ofparentalrightsandpermanentcommitmentforsubsequentadoptionoftheabove namedchild,S.D.whowasbornonMarch 09,2009.Youareherebycommandedto appearbeforetheHonorableJohnH. Skinner,theClayCountyCourthouse,JuvenileDependencyCourtroom,825N.OrangeAve.,GreenCoveSprings,Floridaat thehourof 9:30a.m. oclockon August 26,2011, A.D.Youmustappearatthe hearing on the date and time specified. FAILURETOPERSONALLYAPPEA R ATTHISADVISORYHEARINGCONSTITUTESCONSENTTOTHETERMINATIONOFPARENTALRIGHTSTOTHESE CHILD.IFYOUFAILTOAPPEARON THEDATEANDTIMESPECIFIEDYOU MAYLOSEALLLEGALRIGHTSTOTHE CHILDNAMEDINTHEPETITIONATTACHED TO THIS NOTICE. Individualswithdisabillitiesneedinga reasonableaccommodationtoparticipate inthisproceedingshouldcontactMargaret Jonesassoonaspossible,telephone(904) 529-4789;orifhearingimpaired,1-800955-8771(TDD):or1-800-955-8770(v)via Florida Relay Service. WITNESS my hand as clerk of said Court and the seal thereof, this14th day of July, 2011. /seal / James B. Jett, as Clerk of Said Court by Mary Shannon, as Deputy Cler k LegalNo.22586publishedJuly21,July 28,August4,andAugust11,2011in ClayCountysClayTodaynewspaper. ( 3844047 ) NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN,thatPPTS 1LLCtheholderofthefollowingcertificate hasfiledsaidcertificateforataxdeedtobe issuedthereon.Thecertificatenumberand yearofissuance,thedescriptionofthe property,andthenamesinwhichitwasassessed are as follows: Certificate No. 3936 Year of Issuance 2009 DescriptionofProperty: LOT598SILVER CREEK AS REC O R 2807 PG 556 Parcel # 220525-010109-009-98 Opening Bid: $10,280.24 Physical Address: 3108SilveradoCir, Green Cove Springs Classification: Single Family Residence Nameinwhichassessed: Orisseau Cherilus & Marie Cherilus SaidpropertybeingintheCountyof CLAY, State of Florida. Unlesssuchcertificateshallberedeemedaccordingtolawthepropertydescribedinsuchcertificateshallbesoldto thehighestbidderatthecourthousedoor onthe 21st dayof September,2011 at 9:30 A.M Dated this 15th day of July, 2011 Clerk of Circuit Court of Clay County, Florida Legal22590publishedJuly21,July28, Aug.4,andAug.11,2011inClayCount y s Cla y Toda y news p a p er ( 3844233 ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR CLA Y COUNT Y GENERAL CIVIL DIVISION Case No: 10-2009-CA-003394 Division: B WELLS FARGO FINANCIAL SYSTEM FLORIDA, INC. Plaintiff, vs. UNKNOWNHEIRSOFHOYTSTANLE Y HARDIE;UNKNOWNSPOUSEOFHOYT STANLEYHARDIE;ANDUNKNOWN OCCUPANTS,TENANTS,OWNERSAND OTHERUNKNOWNPARTIES,including, ifanameddefendantisdeceased,the personalrepresentatives,thesurviving spouse,heirs,devisees,grantees,creditors,andallotherpartiesclaimingby, through,underoragainstthatdefendant,andallclaimants,personsorparties,naturalorcorporate,orwhoseexactlegalstatusisunknown,claiming underanyoftheabovenamedordescribed defendants, Defendants. NOTICE OF SUIT-PROPERTY TO:UNKNOWNHEIRSOFHOYTSTANLEYHARDIE,UNKNOWNSPOUSEOF HOYTSTANLEYHARDIE,UNKNOWN OCCUPANTS,TENANTS,OWNERSAND OTHER UNKNOWN PARTIES, Residence: Unknown Mailing Address: Unknown YOUAREHEREBYNOTIFIEDthatan actiontoforeclouseamortgageonthefollowing property in Clay County, Florida: LOT7,BLOCK14,BIGTREELAKES SUBDIVISION,SECTIONC,AN UNPLATTEDSUBDIVISION,WHICHLOT ISDESCRIBEDWITHMOREPARTICULARITYINTHEEXHIBITTOTHATCERTAINDECLARATIONOFINTERPRETIVE DATARELATINGTOLEGALDESCRIPTIONSDATEDJUNE1,1983,ANDFILED ATO.R.BOOK749,PAGE418,PUBLIC RECORDSOFCLAYCOUNTY,FLORIDA;TOGETHERWITHAMOBILEHOME SITUATEDTHEREON,DESCRIBEDAS A 1984COUN,WITHVEHICLEIDENTIFICATION NUMBERS: GDWGA528340381A AND GDWGA528340381B;TITLENUMBERS: 40200390AND40196396;RPNUMBERS: R029451ANDR029450,WHICHISAFFIXEDTOTHEAFOREDESCRIBEDREALPROPERTYANDINCORPORATED THEREIN. hasbeenfiledagainstyou,UNKNOWN HEIRSOFHOYTSTANLEYHARDIE;UNKNOWNSPOUSEOFHOYTSTANLE Y HARDIE;ANDUNKNOWNOCCUPANTS, TENANTS,OWNERSANDOTHERUNKNOWNPARTIES,andyouarerequiredto serveacopyofyourwrittendefenses,if anytoit,onthePlaintiffsattorney,whose nameandaddressisENRICOG.GONZALEZ,P.A.,6255EastFowlerAve.,Temple Terrace,Florida33617andfiletheoriginal withtheclerkoftheabovestyledcourtno laterthan30daysfromthedateofthefirst publicationofthisNoticeofAction,otherwiseajudgmentmaybeenteredagainst youforthereliefdemandedintheComplaint or Petition. WITNESS my hand and the seal of said Court on July 14, 2011. (seal) James B. Jett, Clerk of the Court by Robbin Tefft, deputy cler k InaccordancewiththeAmericansWith DisabilitiesAct,personsneedingaspecial accommodationtoparticipateinthishearingshouldcontacttheADACoordinatornot laterthanseven(7)dayspriortotheproceedingattheFloridaRelayServiceat1800-955-8770. LegalNo.22592publishedJuly21and July28,2011inClayCountysClayToda y news p a p er. ( 3844413 ) PUBLIC SALE NOTICE Noticeisherebygiventhat Stor-Kwik SelfStorage(FormerlyCoastalSelf Storage), willsellthecontentsofthefollowingselfstorageunitsbypublicauction tosatisfytheirliensagainstthesetenants, inaccordinacewiththeFloridaSelfStorageFacilityAct.Theauctionwilltake placeat2000WellsRoad,OrangePark, Florida32073at2:00PMonMonday,August8,2011orthereafter.Phone(904) 272-4114 Email:orangepark@storkwik.com Glen Vaughan Unit #120 (household) John Marshall Unit #241 (household) Ernest Lemaine Unit #263 (household) Ernest Lemaine Unit #273 (household) Katherine Bennett Unit #607 (household) Legal22595publishedJuly21andJuly 28,2011inClayCountysClayToday news p a p er ( 3844986 ) NOTICE OF PROPOSED RULE DEVELOPMENT ST. JOHNS RIVER STATE COLLEGE District Board of Trustees SJRRule6.35DrugTestingofStudent Athletes TheDistrictBoardofTrusteesofSt. JohnsRiverStateCollegeisundertaking rulemaking.Thefollowingsubjectmatteris under consideration: SJR Rule 6.35 Drug Testing of Student Athletes AuthorityfortherulesisfoundinFlorida Statutes,Sections1001.64and1004.65. Estimatedeconomicimpactonallaffected p ersons cannot be determined at this time. p Ifrequestedwithin21daysofthedateof thisnotice,ahearingwillbescheduledand announcedinanewspaperofgeneralcirculationintheaffectedarea.Inquiriesregardingtheproposedruledevelopment shallbedirectedtoMelissaMiller,ExecutiveVicePresident/GeneralCounsel,at (386)312-4106.Ifavailable,thepreliminarytextoftheproposedruledevelopment shallbeforwardeduponrequestatno chargefromthecontactpersonlisted above. LegalNo.22596publishedJuly28,2011 inClayCountysClayTodaynewspap er. ( 3845089 ) REQUEST FOR BIDS NOTICEISHEREBYGIVENthattheBoard ofCountyCommissioners,ClayCounty, Florida,willbeacceptingsealedbids, whichwillbereceiveduntil 4:00P.M.,September8,2011, attheClayCountyAdministrationBuilding,4thFloorReceptionArea, 477HoustonStreet,GreenCoveSprings, Florida 32043, for the following: BID No. 10/11-28 CR220A (OLD JENNINGS ROAD) ROADWAY IMPROVEMENTS AMandatoryPre-Bidmeetingis scheduledfor2:00PMAugust17,2011. ThemeetinglocationisClayCountyAdministrationBuilding,CountyCommissionChambers,fourthfloor,477Houston Street, Green Cove, Florida. Scope of Work: TheCR220A(OldJenningsRoad)RoadwayImprovementsprojectincludesallwor k necessarytoperformmobilization,site preparation,maintenanceoftraffic,removalofpavement,millingandresurfacing, constructionofasphaltpavement,curband gutter,driveways,drainagestructuresand pipes,stormwatermanagementfacilities, trafficsignalization,pavementmarkings andsignage,utilitycoordination,removal andreplacementofexistingappurtenances and sodding as required in the plans. ConstructionbiddingandplandocumentsshallbeobtainedfromSouthside BlueprintServices,Inc.whocanbe reachedat904-398-0575.Thenonrefundableamountof $40.00 willberequiredforeachsetofplans/specifications forthisproject;whichconstitutesthecost for reproduction and handling. Checks shall bemadepayabletoSouthsideBlueprint Services,Inc.Inordertoassurethatbiddersreceivealladdendaand/or clarificationstothebiddocuments,itis mandatorythatallbiddersobtainonesetof thecompletebiddocumentsfrom SouthsideBlueprintServices,Inc.tobeeligible to bid on this project. Bidswillbeopenedat1:00P.M.,oras soonthereafteraspossible,on Friday, September9,2011 ,intheClayCountyAdministrationBuilding,ConferenceRoom B,fourthfloor,477HoustonStreet,Green CoveSprings,Florida,inthepresenceof thePurchasingDepartmentstaff,andall other interested persons. Theopenedbidswillbereadaloudand preservedinthecustodyofthePurchasing Departmentforlaterexaminationofconformance to specifications and tabulated. Bids WILLNOT bevalidunlessreceivedbythebidsubmittaldeadlineand inasealedenvelopeclearlymarkedon thefrontandbackoftheenvelope SealedBid,BIDNo.10/11-28CR220A (OLDJENNNINGSROAD)ROADWAYIMPROVEMENTS,tobereceiveduntil 4:00 PM, September 8, 2011 Biddersdesiringtosubmitabidmust submitthree(3)completesetsoftherequired bid documents. Duringthebiddingprocess,allprospectivebiddersareherebyprohibitedfrom contacting(i)anymemberoftheBoardof CountyCommissioners,theCountyManageroranyCountyemployeeoragentregardingthesolicitationinanyrespectduringthesolicitationperiod,and(ii)theCountyManageroranyCountyemployeeor agentregardingthesolicitationinanyrespectduringtheevaluationperiod.Theviolationofthisruleshallresultintheautomaticdisqualificationofanyresponsetoabid solicitationsubmittedbytheviolator,and theforegoinginstructionsshallsostate(as specifiedinSectionPofChapter8ofthe Purchasin g Manualattachedhereto ) .For g ) informationconcerningproceduresforrespondingtothisBid,contactKarenThomas,Manager,ClayCountyPurchasing Department, (904) 278-3761, or by email: Karen.Thomas@co.clay.fl.us.Allinterested Contractors(Firms)mustreceivetheBid documentsthroughSouthsideBlueprint Services, Inc. Proposalsrequireafive(5%)percent bidbondandmaynotbewithdrawnafterthescheduledopeningtimeforaperiod of thirty (30) days. TheCountyreservestherighttowaive formalitiesinanyresponse,torejectanyor allresponseswithorwithoutcause,to waivetechnicalandnon-technicalornon materialdefectsinthesolicitationorsubmittalofanyresponses,includingthelack ofavailabilityofadequatefunds,regulatory agencyrequirements,and/ortoacceptthe responsethat,initsjudgment,willbeinthe bestinterestoftheCountyofClay.Bidproposalsinwhichthepricesobviouslyareunbalanced will be rejected. FOLLOWINGTHEBIDOPENINGAND TABULATION,ANOTICEOFINTENT TOAWARDBIDORANOTICEOFREJECTIONOFALLBIDSWILLBEPOSTED ON THE INTERNET AT: www.clayc ountygov.com/Departments/P urchasing/decision_bids.htm. THIS WEB PAGECANALSOBEACCESSEDFROM THEHOMEPAGEOFTHECOUNTYS WEBSITEAT:www.claycountygov.com BYFOLLOWINGTHENOTICEOFINTENTBIDSLINKUNDERTHEBUSINESSROLLOVERBUTTONONTHE COUNTYSHOMEPAGE.NOOTHERNOTICE WILL BE POSTED. PROSPECTIVEBIDDERSARENOTIFIEDTHATTHEFAILURETOINCLUDE WITHINTHESEALEDBIDENVELOPE, A PROPERBIDBONDOROTHERSECURITY APPROVED UNDER THE COUNTYS PURCHASINGPOLICY,IFREQUIRED FORTHISSOLICITATION,ORTHEFAILURETOFILEAWRITTENPETITIONINITIATINGAFORMALPROTESTPROCEEDINGWITHINTHETIMESANDIN THEMANNERPRESCRIBEDINSECTION8.(N),OFSAIDPOLICY,SHALL CONSTITUTEAWAIVEROFTHERIGHT TOPROTESTTHEBIDSOLICITATION, ANYADDENDUMTHERETO,ORTHE BIDDECISION,ASAPPLICABLE,AND TOINITIATEAFORMALPROTESTPROCEEDINGUNDERSAIDPOLICY.THE COUNTYSPURCHASINGPOLICYCAN BEVIEWEDATTHECOUNTYSWEBSITEBYFOLLOWINGTHEAPPROPRIATELINKSFROMTHEHOMEPAGEADDRESS SET FORTH ABOVE. IFAPROSPECTIVEBIDDERISIN DOUBTWHETHERTHISSOLICITATION REQUIRESABIDBOND,SUCHPROSPECTIVEBIDDERISSOLELYRESPONSIBLEFORMAKINGAPPROPRIATE INQUIRY. Apersonoraffiliatewhohasbeen placedontheconvictedvendorlistfollowingaconvictionforapublicentitycrime maynotsubmitabidonacontracttoprovideanygoodsorservicestoapublicentity,maynotsubmitabidonacontractwith apublicentityfortheconstructionorrepair ofapublicbuildingorpublicwork,maynot submitbidsonleasesofrealpropertytoa publicentity,maynotbeawardedorperformworkasacontractor,supplier,subcontractor,orconsultantunderacontract withanypublicentity,andmaynottransact businesswithanypublicentityinexcessof thethresholdamountprovidedinSection 287.017,FloridaStatutes,forCATEGOR Y TWOforaperiodof36monthsfromthe dateofbeingplacedontheconvictedvendor list. LegalNo.22600publishedJuly21and July28,2011inClayCountysClayToda y news p a p er. ( 3846037 ) NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE STOR-KWIKFlemingIslandwishingto availitselfoftheprovisionsofapplicable lawsofThisStateCivilcodeSections 83.801-893-809,herebygivesnoticeof sale under said law, to wit: On08/08/11atSTOR-KWIK,FI,3285 USHighway17,FlemingIsland,Fl32003 (904)215-2125,at3:00p.m.ofthatday, STOR-KWIKFIwillconducta p ublicsaleto p thehighestbidder,forcash,ofproperty contained in the following Unit(s): Cherele L. Mathis F028 Household Ownerreservestherighttobidandrefuse orrejectanyandallbids.thesaleisbeing madetosatisfyanownerslien.Thepublic is invited to attend. LegalNo.22601publishedJuly21and July28,2011inClayCountysClayToda y news p a p er. ( 3846048 ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR CLAY COUNT Y CIVIL ACTION CASE NO: 10-2011-CA-000616 NATIONSTAR MORTGAGE LLC, Plaintiff, Vs. PAUL WAYNE ALTMAN, JR., et. al., Defendants. NOTICE OF ACTION TO: PAUL WAYNE ALTMAN, JR. REGINA ANN ALTMAN Last Known Address: 4059 Saunders Road Green Cove Springs, FL 32043 Current Address: 4059 Saunders Road Green Cove Springs, FL 32043 ANYANDALLUNKNOWNPARTIES CLAIMINGBY,THROUGH,UNDEROR AGAINSTTHEHEREINNAMEDINDIVIDUALDEFENDANT(S)WHOARENOT KNOWNTOBEDEADORALIVE, WHETHERSAIDUNKNOWNPARTIES MAYCLAIMANINTERESTASSPOUSES,HEIRS,DEVISEES,GRANTEESOR OTHER CLAIMANTS Last Known Address: Unknown Current Address: Unknown Youarenotifiedthatanactiontoforecloseamortgageonthefollowingproperty in Clay County, Florida: APORTIONOFLOTS10AND11, BLOCK33,SECTION3OFPLATA,THE FLORIDAFARMSANDINDUSTRIES COS PROPERTY,CLAYCOUNTY, FLORIDA,ASRECORDEDINPLA T BOOK2,PAGES29OFTHEPUBLICRECORDSOFSAIDCOUNTY,SAIDPORTIONBEINGMOREPARTICULARLYDESCRIBEDASFOLLOWS:COMMENCE ATTH4ENORTHWESTCORNEROF SECTION15,TOWNSHIP6SOUTH, RANGE25EAST;THENCEONTHE NORTHLINEOFSAIDSECTION15,RUN NORTH88DEGREES58MINUTES17 SECONDSEAST,1322.39FEETTO A PROLONGATIONOFTHEEASTLINEOF OHIOAVENUE,ACCORDINGTOSAI D PLATBOOK2,PAGE29;THENCEON LASTSAIDLINEANDONTHEEAS T LINEOFSAIDOHIOAVENUE,RUN SOUTH00DEGREES44MINUTES52 SECONDSEAST,1341.23FEETTOTHE POINTOFBEGINNINGP;THENCECONTINUEONLASTSAIDLINESOUTH00 DEGREES44MINUTES52SECONDS EAST,242.00FEET;THENCENORTH89 DEGREES15MINUTES08SECONDS EAST,450.00FEET;THENCENORTH00 DEGREES44MINUTES52SECONDS WEST242.00FEET;THENCESOUTH89 DEGREES15MINUTES08SECONDS WEST450.00FEETTOSAIDPOINTOF BEGINNING. A/K/A4059SAUNDERSRD.,GREEN COVE SPRINGS, FL 32043-8564 hasbeenfiledagainstyouandyouarerequiredtoserveacopyofyourwrittendefenses,ifany,toit,onAlbertelliLaw,Plaintiffsattorney,whoseaddressisPOBox 23028,Tampa,FL33623,andfiletheoriginalwiththeClerkofthisCourteitherbefore serviceonPlaintiffsattorneyorimmediatelythereafter,otherwiseadefaultwillbeenteredagainstyouforthereliefdemandedin the complaint. Ifyouareapersonwithadisabilitywho needsanyaccommodationinordertoparticipateinacourtproceeding,youareentitled,atnocosttoyou,totheprovisionof certainassistance.PleasecontactCourt Administrationat(904)630-2564withintwo (2)workingdaysofreceiptofthisnotice;if youarehearingorvoiceimpaired,call1800-955-8771. WITNESS my hand and the seal of this court on this 18th of July, 2011. /seal / James B. Jett,

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58 CLAY TODAY July 28, 2011 BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS CLAY T ODAYONLINE.COM 58 Clerk of the Circuit Court By Lisa Carpenter, Deputy Cler k LegalNo.22602publishedJuly28and Aug.4,2011inClayCountysClayToda y news p a p er. ( 3846201 ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR CLAY COUNTY, FLORID A CIVIL ACTION CASE NO: 10-2008-CA-002404 DIVISION: B PHH MORTGAGE CORPORATION, Plaintiff, Vs. PAUL REPPER, et al, Defendants. NOTICE OF RESCHEDULED FORECLOSURE SALE NOTICEISHEREBYGIVENpursuantto anOrderReschedulingForeclosureSale datedApril19,2011,andenteredinCase No.10-2008-CA-002404oftheCircuit CourtoftheFourthJudicialCircuitinand forCLAYCounty,FloridawhereinPHH MORTGAGECORPORATIONisthePlaintiffandPAULREPPER;KIMBERLI REPPER;ANYANDALLUNKNOWN PARTIESCLAIMINGBY,THROUGH,UNDERANDAGAINSTTHEHEREIN NAMEDINDIVIDUALDEFENDANT(S) WHOARENOTKNOWNTOBEDEAD ORALIVE,WHETHERSAIDUNKNOWN PARTIESMAYCLAIMANINTERESTAS SPOUSE,HEIRS,DEVISEES, GRANTEESOROTHERCLAIIMANTS; BENEFICIALFLORIDA,INC.;aretheDefendants,Iwillselltothehighestandbest bidderforcashatthefrontdooroftheCla y CountyCourthouse,GreenCoveSprings, Floridaat10:00a.m.onthe25thofAugust, 2011thefollowingdescribedpropertyas set forth in said Final Judgment: LOT5,PACEISLAND,UNITFOUR REPLATASPERPLATTHEREOF,RECORDEDINPLATBOOK23,PAGES8, 9,10,11AND12OFTHEPUBLICRECORDS OF CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA. A/K/A1517POKEBERRYWAY,ORANGE PARK, FL 32003 Anypersonclaiminganinterestinthe surplusfromthesale,ifanyotherthanthe propertyownerasofthedateoftheLis Pendens,mustfileaclaimwithin60days after the foreclosure sale. Ifyouareapersonwithadisabilitywho needsanyaccommodationinordertoparticipateinthisproceeding,youareentitled atnocosttoyou,totheprovisionofcertain assistance.PleasecontacttheCourtAdministratorat904-630-2564withintwo workingdaysofyourreceiptofthisnotice. Ifyouarehearingorvoiceimpaired,call1800-955-8771. WITNESS my hand and official seal of said Court this July 18, 2011. /seal / James B. Jett, Clerk of the Circuit Court By Robbin Tefft, Deputy Cler k LegalNo.22603publishedJuly28and Aug.4,2011inClayCountysClayToda y news p a p er. ( 3847366 ) NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING BY JACKSONVILLE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION NOTICEisherebygiventhatapublic hearingpursuanttoSection147(f)ofthe InternalRevenueCodeof1986,asamended(the"Code"),willbeheldbytheExecutiveDirectoroftheJacksonvilleEconomic DevelopmentCommission(the"Issuer"),or adesignee,onbehalfoftheIssuer,Baker County,ClayCounty,NassauCountyand St.JohnsCounty,Florida,onMonday,August15,2011,beginningat1:30p.m.,local time,attheofficesoftheIssuer,1West AdamsStreet,Suite200,Jacksonville, Florida32202.Thepublichearingwillbe heldforthepurposeofconsideringthefollowing: TheproposedissuancebytheIssuerof itsIndustrialDevelopmentRevenue RefundingBonds(YMCAofFloridasFirst CoastProject),Series2011,inaggregate principalamountnottoexceed $21,000,000(the"Bonds"),toobtainfunds foraloanbytheIssuertoTheYoung MensChristianAssociationofFloridas FirstCoast,Inc.(the"YMCA"),anditssubsidiar y ,Stron g CommunitiesRealt y Cor p oyg yp ration,eachaFloridanonprofitcorporation andanorganizationdescribedinSection 501(c)(3)oftheCode,inaprincipalamount equaltotheprincipalamountoftheBonds, forthepurposeofrefundingtheIssuers outstandingVariableRateDemandRevenueandRefundingBonds(YMCAofFloridasFirstCoastProject),Series2003,issuedintheoriginalprincipalamountof $20,500,000,andtheIssuersoutstanding VariableRateDemandRevenueBonds (YMCAofFloridasFirstCoastProject), Series2006,issuedintheoriginalprincipal amountof$5,000,000,approximately $20,415,000ofwhicharecurrentlyoutstandingandtheproceedsofwhichwere usedtofinanceandrefinancetheacquisition,construction,renovation,expansion, improvementandequippingofcertainsocialservicecentershereinafterdescribedof theYMCA,locatedatthesiteshereinafter described(collectively,the"Project"):ArlingtonFamilyYMCA,8301FortCaroline Road,JessieBallduPontFamilyYMCA, 7373OldKingsRoad,JamesWeldon JohnsonFamilyYMCA,5700Cleveland Road,CharlesJ.WilliamsFamilyYMCA, 10415SanJoseBoulevard,andClaudeI. YatesFamilyYMCA,221RiversideAvenue,inJacksonville,DuvalCounty,Florida; BakerCountyFamilyYMCA,98W.Lowde r Street,Macclenny,BakerCounty,Florida; CampImmokalee,6765ImmokaleeRoad, KeystoneHeights,andDyeClayFamil y YMCA,3322MoodyAvenue,OrangePark, andBarco-NewtonFamilyYMCA,2075 TownCenterBoulevard,OrangePark,in ClayCounty,Florida;McArthurFamil y YMCA,1915CitronaDrive,Fernandina Beach,NassauCounty,Florida;andSt. AugustineFamilyYMCA,500PopeRoad, St.Augustine,andWinstonFamilyYMCA, 170LandrumLane,PonteVedraBeach,in St.JohnsCounty,Florida.TheProjectwill continuetobeownedandoperatedbythe YMCA. ThepublichearingisrequiredbySection147(f)oftheCode.Anypersoninterestedintheplanoffinance,intheproposedissuanceoftheBondsorthelocationornatureoftheProjectmayappear andbeheard.Subsequenttothepublic hearing,theCounciloftheCityofJacksonville(the"Council")andtheBoardofCountyCommissionersofBakerCounty,the BoardofCountyCommissionersofCla y County,theBoardofCountyCommissionersofNassauCountyandtheBoardof CountyCommissionersofSt.JohnsCounty (collectively,the"Boards")willconsider whethertoapprovetheBonds,asrequired by section 147(f) of the Code. Thepublichearingwillbeconductedin amannerthatprovidesareasonableopportunitytobeheardforpersonswithdifferingviewsonthefinancing,thelocation andnatureoftheProjectandtheissuance oftheBonds.Anypersondesiringtobe heardonthismatterisrequestedtoattend thepublichearingorsendarepresentative. Writtencommentsmaybesubmittedtothe Issueratthe1WestAdamsStreet,Suite 200,Jacksonville,Florida32202,Attention: Executive Director. Furtherinformationrelatingtothismatterisavailableforinspectionandcopying duringregularbusinesshoursattheoffice oftheExecutiveDirectoroftheIssuerat the above address. Commentsmadeatthehearingarefor theconsiderationoftheIssuer,theCouncil andtheBoardsandwillnotbindanylegal actiontobetakenbytheIssuer,theCouncilortheBoardsinconnectionwithitsconsiderationandapprovalofthefinancing and the issuance of the Bonds. IFAPERSONDECIDESTOAPPEAL ANYDECISIONWITHRESPECTTOANY SUCHMATTERCONSIDEREDATSUCH HEARING,SUCHPERSONWILLNEEDA RECORDOFTHEPROCEEDINGS,AND FORSUCHPURPOSE,SUCHPERSON MAYNEEDTOENSURETHATAVERBATIMRECORDOFTHEPROCEEDINGSIS MADE,WHICHRECORDINCLUDESTHE TESTIMONYANDEVIDENCEUPON WHICH THE APPEAL IS TO BE BASED. InaccordancewiththeAmericanDisabilitiesAct,personsneedingaspecialaccommodationtoparticipateinthishearing shouldcontacttheIssuernolaterthansevenda y s p riortothehearin g attheaddress yp g given above. Dated: July 14, 2011 JACKSONVILLE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION By: Ron Barton Executive Director LegalNo.22604publishedJuly28and August4,2011inClayCountysClayToda y news p a p er. ( 3847392 ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR CLAY COUNTY, FLORID A PROBATE DIVISION CASE NO.: 11-CP-237 IN RE: ESTATE OF TAMELA A. KANZ, Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS (Summary Administration) TOALLPERSONSHAVINGCLAIMSOR DEMANDSAGAINSTTHEABOVEESTATE: Youareherebynotifiedthatanorderof summaryadministrationwillbeenteredin theEstateofTAMELAA.KANZ,deceased, FileNumber11-CP-237;bytheCircuit CourtforClayCounty,Florida,ProbateDivision,theaddressofwhichisPostOffice Box698,GreenCoveSprings,Florida 32043;thattheDecedent=sdateofdeath wasMarch19,2011;thatthetotalvalueof theEstateisapproximately$32,718.49, andthatthenamesofthosetowhomithas been assigned by such order are: Name Address Creditors: None Beneficiaries: Chelsea Kanz 1617 Sun Gazer Drive Viera, Florida 32955-6560 Brecken Kanz c/o Jeff Kanz 1617 Sun Gazer Drive Viera, Florida 32955-6560 NaturalFatherandGuardianofthe Property ALLINTERESTEDPERSONSARENOTIFIED THAT: AllcreditorsoftheEstateoftheDecedentandpersonshavingclaimsordemandsagainsttheEstateoftheDecedent other than those for whom provision for full paymentwasmadeintheOrderofSummaryAdministrationmustfiletheirclaims withthiscourtWITHINTHETIMEPERIODSSETFORTHINSECTION733.702 OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE. ALLCLAIMSANDDEMANDSNOTSO FILED WILLS BE FOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDINGANYOTHERAPPLICABLETIMEPERIOD,ANYCLAIM FILEDTWO(2)YEARSORMOREAFTER THEDECEDENT=SDATEOFDEATHIS BARRED. ThedateoffirstpublicationofthisNotice is July 28, 2011. Attorney for Person Giving Notice: David A. Yergey, Jr., Esquire Florida Bar No.: 374288 Yeargey and Yergey, P.A. 211 North Magnolia Avenue Orlando, Florida 32801 Telephone 407-843-0430 Facsimile 407-843-0433 Email david@yergeylaw.com Attorney for the Petitioners Person Giving Notice: Chelsea Kanz Petitioner BreckenKanzbyJeffKanz,Guardianof the Property Petitioner Legal22606publishedJuly28andAug. 4,2011inClayCountysClayToday news p a p er ( 3848337 ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR CLAY COUNTY, FLORID A PROBATE DIVISION FILE NO: 11-CP-275 DIVISION: A INRE:ESTATEOFTHEODOREH.GRIFFIN, deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS TheadministrationoftheestateofTHEODOREH.GRIFFIN,deceased,whose dateofdeathwasJune30,2011,ispendingintheCircuitCourtforClayCounty, Florida,ProbateDivision,theaddressof whichisClayCountyCourthouse,825OrangeAvenue,GreenCoveSprings,Florida,32043.Thenamesandaddressesof thepersonalrepresentativeandthepersonalrepresentativesattorneyaresetforth below. Allcreditorsofthedecedentandother personshavingclaimsordemandsagainst decedentsestateonwhomacopyofthis noticeisrequiredtobeservedmustfile theirclaimswiththisCourtWITHINTHE LATEROFTHREEMONTHSAFTERTHE TIMEOFTHEFIRSTPUBLICATIONOF THISNOTICEORTHIRTYDAYSAFTER THEDATEOFSERVICEOFACOPYOF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. Allothercreditorsofthedecedentand otherpersonshavingclaimsordemands againstdecedentsestatemustfiletheir claimswiththiscourtWITHINTHREE MONTHSAFTERTHEDATEOFTHE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. ALLCLAIMSNOTFILEDWITHINTHE TIMEPERIODSSETFORTHINSECTION 733.702OFTHEFLORIDAPROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDINGTHETIMEPERIODSSETFORTHABOVE,ANYCLAIM FILEDTWO(2)YEARSORMOREAFTER THEDECEDENTSDATEOFDEATHIS BARRED. Thedateofthefirstpublicationofthis notice is July 28, 2011. RICHARD W. COBB Attorne y for Personal Representative Florida Bar No. 0107477 431 Stowe Avenue Orange Park, Florida 32073 (904) 269-5800 ARTHUR V. BURKETT 527 Samuel Huntington Street Orange Park, FL 32073 Personal Representative LegalNo.22607publishedJuly28and Aug.4,2011inClayCountysClayToda y news p a p er. ( 3848368 ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR CLA Y COUNY, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION File No. 2011-CP-268 Division INRE:ESTATEOFGERALDINERYAN STANSELL, Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS (Summary Administration) TOALLPERSONSHAVINGCLAIMSOR DEMANDSAGAINSTTHEABOVEESTATE: YouareherebynotifiedthatanOrderof SummaryAdministrationhasbeenentered intheestateof GERALDINERYAN STANSELL, deceased,FileNumber2011CP-268;bytheCircuitCourtfor Clay County,Florida,ProbateDivision,theaddressof whichis 825N.OrangeAvenue Green CoveSprings,Florida32043; thatthedecedentsdateofdeathwas April21,2011 ; thatthetotalvalueoftheestateis lessthan $75,000.00 andthatthenamesandaddressesofthosetowhomithasbeenassigned by such order are: Name Address Creditors: WELLS FARGOReverse Mortgage HOME MORTGAGEServicing Division 3480 Stateview Boulevard Fort Mill, SC 29715 Beneficiaries: ROBIN LEE 2415 Castellon Dr N STANSELL ISAACJacksonville, Florida 32217 TRACEY ANN2637 Shannon St STANSELL DURANTE Orange Park, Florida, 32065 MICHAEL KEVIN23952 Crescent STANSELL Parke Court Fernandina Beach, Florida 32034 HILDIE HELEN76 Harmony Hall Rd STANSELL MAHONEY Middleburg, Florida 32068 ALLINTERESTEDPERSONSARENOTIFIED THAT: Allcreditorsoftheestateofthe decendentandpersonshavingclaimsor demandsagainsttheestateofthedecedentotherthanthoseforwhomprovision forfullpaymentwasmadeintheOrderof SummaryAdministrationmustfiletheir claimswiththiscourtWITHINTHETIME PERIODSSETFORTHINSECTION 733.702OFTHEFLORIDAPROBATE CODE. ALLCLAIMSANDDEMANDSNOTSO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDINGANYOTHERAPPLICABLETIMEPERIODS.ANYCLAIM FILEDTWO(2)YEARSORMOREAFTER THEDECEDENTSDATEOFDEATHIS BARRED. Thedateoffirstpublicationofthisnotice is: July 28, 2011. Attorney for Person Giving Notice: John I. Fishburne, III Attorney for Petitioners Email: jfishburne@jaxtaxlaw.com Florida Bar No. 0977578 Purcell, Flanagan, Hay and Greene, P.A. 1548 Lancaster Terrace Jacksonville, Florida 32204 Telephone: (904) 355-0355 Person Giving Notice: ROBIN LEE STANSELL ISAAC 2415 Castellon Drive North Jacksonville, Florida 32217 Legal22608publishedJuly28andAug. 4,2011inClayCountysClayToday news p a p er ( 3848461 ) FICTITIOUS NAME NoticeUnderFictitiousNameLawPursuant to Section 865.09, Florida Statutes NOTICEISHEREBYGIVENthattheundersigned,desiringtoengageinbusiness under the fictitious name of Aiosa Orthodontics located at1530BusinessCenterDr.Suite 2,intheCountyofClay,intheCityofFlemingIsland,Florida32003intendstoregister thesaidnamewiththeDivisionofCorporationsoftheFloridaDepartmentofState, Tallahassee, Florida. DatedatFlemingIsland,Florida,this 20th day of July, 2011. Owner/Corporation:LoriAndersonAiosa, D.M.D., M.S., P.A. Legal22609publishedJuly28,2011in ClayCountysClayTodaynewspaper (3848820) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR CLAY COUNTY, FLORID A CIVIL ACTION CASE NO: 2009-CA-000958 U S Bank National Association Plaintiff(s), VS. VioletMDavis;AnthonyBell;Unknown Parties;theLochRaneImprovementAssociation, Inc; Unknown Tenant Defendants. NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE (Pursuant to F.S. Chapter 45) NOTICEISGIVENpursuanttoanORDERRESCHEDULINGFORECLOSURE SALEdatedJULY18,2011,intheabove styledcause,Iwillselltothehighestand bestbidderforcashinthefrontentrance oftheClayCountyCourthouseAT 10:00am;825N.OrangeAve,GreenCove Springs,FL32073onthe29thdayofAUGUST,2011,thefollowingdescribedreal and personal property: LOT7,LOCHRANE,UNIT7,ACCORDINGTOTHEPLATTHEREOFASRECORDEDINPLATBOOK19,PAGES28 THROUGH31,OFTHEPUBLICRECORDS OF CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA Dates this 18th day of JULY, 2011. /seal / JAMES B. JETT, CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT Alison Carter, Deputy Cler k LegalNo.22610publishedJuly28and Aug.4,2011inClayCountysClayToda y news p a p er. ( 3848511 ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR CLAY COUNT Y CIVIL DIVISION CASE NO: 2009-CA-002833 DIVISION: B SUNTRUST MORTGAGE, INC. Plaintiff, Vs. WILLIAMG.CURTIS,LORETTAP.CURTIS,SILVERCREEKOFCLAYCOUNTY HOMEOWNERSASSOCIATION,AND UNKNOWN TENANTS/OWNERS, Defendants. NOTICE OF SALE Noticeisherebygiven,pursuanttoFinal Jud g mentofForeclosureforPlaintiffen-

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CLAYTODAYONLINE.COM BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS July 28, 2011 CLAY TODAY 59 59 g teredinthiscauseon,intheCircuitCourt ofClayCounty,Florida,IwillsellthepropertysituatedinClayCounty,Florida,described as: LOT298,SILVERCREEK,ACCORDINGTOTHEPLATTHEREOFASRECORDEDINPLATBOOK44,PAGES52 THROUGH72,OFTHEPUBLICRECORDS OF CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA Andcommonlyknownas 2711CREEK RIDGEDR,GREENCOVESPRINGS,FL 32043 ;includingthebuilding,appurtenancesandfixtureslocatedtherein,atpublic sale,tothehighestandbestbidderfor cash, onthefrontstepsoftheClay CountyCourthouse ,onAugust29,2011 at 10:00 a.m. Anypersonsclaiminganinterestinthe surplusfromthesale,ifany,otherthanthe propertyownerasofthedateofthelis pendensmustfileaclaimwithin60days after the sale. Dated this 19th day of July, 2011. /seal / James B. Jett, Clerk of the Circuit Court By Diane Pierce, Deputy Cler k LegalNo.22611publishedJuly28and Aug.4,2011inClayCountysClayToda y news p a p er. ( 3848636 ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR CLAY COUNT Y CASE NO: 2009 CA 000704 (B) Division: B WellsFargoBank,N.A.,asTrusteefor theCertificateholdersofSoundview HomeLoanTrust2007-OPT4,AssetBacked Certificates, Series 2007-OPT4 Plaintiff, Vs. RobertL.BrownandBrendaG.Brown, HisWife;AmericanGeneralHomeEquity,Inc.;StateofFlorida,Departmentof Revenue;CapitalOneBank(USA),NationalAssociationf/k/aCapitalOne Bank;UnitedStatesofAmerica,DepartmentofTreasury;AmericanInterstate InsuranceCompany;UnknownParties inPossession#1;UnknownPartiesin Possession#2;Ifliving,andallUnknownPartiesclaimingby,through,underandagainsttheabovenamed Defendant(s)whoarenotknowntobe deadoralive,whethersaidUnknown Partiesmayclaimaninterestas Spouse,Heirs,Devisees,Grantees,or Other Claimants. Defendant(s). NOTICE OF SALE NOTICEISHEREBYGIVENpursuant toanOrderreschedulingforeclosuresale datedJuly19,2011,enteredinCivilCase No.2009CA000704(B)oftheCircuit Courtofthe4thJudicialCircuitinandfor ClayCounty,Florida,whereinWellsFargo Bank,N.a.,asTrusteeforthe CertificateholdersofSoundviewHome LoanTrust2007-OPT4,Asset-BackedCertificates,Series2007-OPT4,Plaintiffand RobertL.BrownandBrendaG.Brown,His Wifearedefendant(s),Iwillselltothehighestandbestbidderforcash,ATTHE FRONTDOOROFTHECLAYCOUNT Y COURTHOUSE,LOCATEDAT825 NORTHORANGEAVENUE,GREEN COVESPRINGS,CLAYCOUNTY,FLORIDA,AT10:00A.M.August30,2011,the followingdescribedpropertyassetforthin said Final Judgment, to-wit: LOT24,OFTANGLEWOODVILLAGE, UNIT9,ACCORDINGTOTHEPLA T THEREOFASRECORDEDINPLA T BOOK19,PAGES7AND8,OFTHE PUBLICRECORDSOFCLAYCOUNTY, FLORIDA. ANYPERSONCLAIMINGANINTERESTINTHESURPLUSFROMTHESALE, IFANY,OTHERTHANTHEPROPERTY OWNERASOFTHEDATEOFTHELIS PENDENSMUSTFILEACLAIMWITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE. DATEDatGreenCoveSprings,Florida, this 19th day of July, 2011. /seal / JAMES B. JETT, CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT Clay County, Florida By Robbin Tefft, Deputy Cler k LegalNo.22612publishedJuly28and Aug.4,2011inClayCountysClayToda y news p a p er. ( 3848784 ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR CLAY COUNTY, FLORID A CASE NO: 10-2011-CA-000765-FC-A BACHOMELOANSSERVICING,LPFK A COUNTRYWIDEHOMELOANSSERVICING LP Plaintiff, Vs. LARRYD.MANLEY;LORIJ.MANLEY; UNKNOWNTENANTI;UNKNOWNTENANT II; THE UNKNOWN SETTLORS/ BENEFICIARIESOFTHECELIAM. CONETESTAMENTARYTRUST;FRED M.CONE,JR.;UNKNOWNSPOUSEOF FREDM.CONE,JR.,andanyunknown heirs,devisees,grantees,creditors,and otherunknownpersonsorunknown spousesclaimingby,throughandunder any of the above-named Defendants, Defendants. NOTICE OF ACTION TO: THE UNKNOWN SETTLORS/BENEFICIARIESOFTHECELIAM.CONE TESTAMENTARY TRUST ADDRESS UNKNOWN LASTKNOWNADDRESSSTATED, CURRENT RESIDENCE UNKNOWN Andanyunknownheirs,devisees, grantees,creditorsandotherunknown personsorunknownspousesclaiming by,throughandundertheabovenamedDefendant(s),ifdeceasedor whoselastknownaddressesareun known. YOUAREHEREBYNOTIFIEDthatan actiontoforeclosureMortgagecoveringthe followingrealandpersonalpropertydescribed as follows, to-wit: Legal Description: Parcel I: Loteighteen(18),LILLYLAKESUBDIVISION,asperPlatthereofrecordedin PlatBook6,Page45,ofthePublicRecords of Clay County, Florida. ALSO Parcel II: AParceloflandboundedontheNorth bytheSoutherlylineofLot18onthe EastbyaSoutherlyextensionofthe EastlineofsaidLot18,andontheWest byaSoutherlyextensionoftheWest lineofsaidLot18,andontheSouthby theSouthlineoftheNW1/4ofSection 5,Township9South,Range23East, Clay County, Florida, LESS AND EXCEPT: AParceloflandsituatedintheSoutheast1/4oftheNorthwest1/4ofSection 5,Township9South,Range23East, ClayCounty,Florida;saidparcelbeing more particularly described as follows: Commenceataconcretemonumentat theNorthwestcornerofsaidSoutheast 1/4oftheNorthwest1/4andrunSouth 0200"West,924.57feettothepoint ofbeginning;thencerunSouth47 07"East,73.39feettoanironrod; thencecontinueSouth4707"East, 5.0feettothewaterofLillyLake;thence runSouth2402"East,363.57feetto theSoutheastcorneroflandsdescribed inOfficialRecordsBook401,Page486, ofthePublicRecordsofsaidCounty; thencerunNorth8948"West,along theSouthlineofsaidlandsadistance of219.01feettotheSouthwestcorner oftheSoutheast1/4oftheNorthwest 1/4;thencerunNorth0200"East, alongtheWestlineofsaidSoutheast 1/4oftheNorthwest1/4adistanceof 384.88 feet to the point of beginning. TOGETHER WITH: Parcel T1: AParceloflandsituatedinSection5, Township9South,Range23East,Clay County,Florida;saidparcelbeingmore particularly described as follows: Commenceatapermanentreference concretemonumentattheNorthwest cornerofLot18ofLillyLakeSubdivisionaccordingtothePlatthereofrecordedinPlatBook6,Page45,ofthe PublicRecordsofClayCounty,Florida; andrunSouth0206"West,171.93 feettothepointofbeginning;thence continueSouth0206"West,46.01 feet;thencerunNorth1223"West, 44.62feet;thencerunNorth7800" East,11.52feettothepointofbeginning. AND PARCEL T2: AParceloflandsituatedinSection5, Township9South,Range23East,Clay County,Florida;saidparcelbeingmore particularly described as follows: Commenceatapermanentreference concretemonumentattheNorthwest cornerofLot18ofLillyLakeSubdivisionaccordingtotheplatthereofrecordedinPlatBook6,Page45,ofthe PublicRecordsofClayCounty,Florida; andrunSouth0206"West,245.79 feettothepointofbeginning;thence continueSouth0206"West,20.88 feet;thencerunNother4600"West, 13.90feet;thencerunNorth4351" East,15.55feettothepointofbeginning. LESS AND EXCEPTING: Parcel T3: AParceloflandsituatedinSection5, Township9South,Range23East,Clay County,Florida;saidparcelbeingmore particularly described as follows: Commenceatapermanentreference concretemonumentattheNorthwest cornerofLot18ofLillyLakeSubdivisionaccordingtothePlatthereofrecordedinPlatBook6,Page45,ofthe PublicRecordsofClayCounty,Florida; andrunSouth0206"West,424.18 feettothepointofbeginning;thence continueSouth0206"West,12.55 feet;thencerunSouth4707"West, 76.86feet;thencerunNorth4044" West,85.54feettothepointofbeginning. hasbeenfiledagainstyouandyouarerequiredtoserveacopyofyourwrittendefenses,ifany,toit,onMarkA.Buckles, Butler&Hosch,P.A.,3185SouthConwa y Road,SuiteE,Orlando,Florida32812,and filetheoriginalwiththeClerkofthisCourt ortheabovestyledcourtonorbefore30 daysfromfirstpublication,otherwisea j udgmentmaybeenteredagainstyoufor the relief demanded in the complaint. InaccordancewiththeAmericanswith DisabilitiesAct,personsneedingaspecial accommodationtoparticipateinthisproceedingshouldcontacttheClerkofthe Courtsdisabilitycoordinator,825N.OrangeAve.,GreenCoveSprings,Florida, telephone(904)269-6349,notlaterthan seven(7)dayspriortotheproceedng.If hearingimpaired,(TDD)800-955-8771,or Voice(V)1-800-955-8770,viaFloridaRelay Service WITNESS my hand and seal of said Court on the 20th day of July, 2011. /seal / James B. Jett, CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By Lisa Carpenter, Deputy Cler k LegalNo.22613publishedJuly28and Aug.4,2011inClayCountysClayToda y news p a p er. ( 3849313 ) NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE E-ZTowing&Repair,Inc.givesnoticeof lien and intent to sell 00 CADI VIN #1GYEK63R8YR204124 onAugust22,2011at9:00a.m.at2864 BlandingBlvd.,Middleburg,FL32068.PursuanttoSubsection713-78oftheFlorida Statutes.E-ZTowingreservestherightto accept or reject any/or all bids. LegalNo.22614publishedJuly28,2011 inClayCountysClayTodaynewspaper. ( 3848843 ) FICTITIOUS NAME NoticeUnderFictitiousNameLawPursuant to Section 865.09, Florida Statutes NOTICEISHEREBYGIVENthattheundersigned,desiringtoengageinbusiness under the fictitious name of Yeti Island locatedat2473SylvanChaseDrive,inthe CountyofClayintheCityofOrangePark, Florida32073intendstoregisterthesaid namewiththeDivisionofCorporationsof theFloridaDepartmentofState,Tallahassee, Florida. DatedatOran g ePark,Florida,this21st g day of July 2011 Owner/corporation: Thomas D. McLaughlin Legal22615publishedJuly28,2011in ClayCountysClayTodaynewspaper ( 3849366 ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR CLAY COUNTY, FLORID A CIVIL ACTION CASE NO: 10-2008-CA-001647 DIVISION: B WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A., Plaintiff, Vs. DAVID J. WHITLATCH, et al, Defendants. NOTICE OF RESCHEDULED FORECLOSURE SALE NOTICEISHEREBYGIVENpursuant toanOrderReschedulingForeclosureSale datedJuly20,2011,andenteredinCase No.10-2008-CA-001647oftheCircuit CourtoftheFourthJudicialCircuitinand forCLAYCounty,FloridawhereinWELLS FARGOBANK,N.A.,isthePlaintiffand DAVIDJ.WHITLATCH;ROBBIE WHITLATCHA/K/AROBBIEK. WHITLATCH;THEUNKNOWNSPOUSE OFROBBIEWHITLATCHA/K/AROBBIE K.WHITLATCH;BANKOFAMERICA; STATEOFFLORIDA;TENANT#1N/K/A D.FREWaretheDefendants;theClerkof theCourtwillselltothehighestandbest bidderforcashatthefrontdooroftheCla y CountyCourthouse,GreenCoveSprings, Floridaat10:00a.m.onthe31stdayofAugust,2011,thefollowingdescribedproperty as set forth in said Final Judgment: LOT47,BAYHILLLANDINGUNIT1, ACCORDINGTOTHEPLATTHEREOF RECORDEDINPLATBOOK23,PAGES 73AND74OFTHECURRENTPUBLIC RECORDSOFCLAYCOUNTY,FLORIDA. a/k/a7851278INDEPENDENCE DRIVE, ORANGE PARK, FL 32065 Anypersonclaiminganinterestinthe surplus,ifany,otherthanthepropertyownerasofthedateoftheLisPendens,must fileaclaimonsamewithin60daysafter the foreclosure sale. Ifyouareapersonwithadisabilitywho needsanyaccommodationinordertoparticipateinthisproceeding,youareentitled atnocosttoyou,totheprovisionofcertain assistance.PleasecontacttheCourtAdministratorat904-630-2564withintwo workingdaysofyourreceiptofthisnotice. Ifyouarehearingorvoiceimpaired,call1800-955-8771. WITNESS my hand and official seal of said Court this 21st of July, 2011. /seal / James B. Jett, Clerk of the Circuit Court By Tammy Rosenbaum, Deputy Cler k LegalNo.22616publishedJuly28and August4,2011inClayCountysClayToda y news p a p er. ( 3849413 ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR CLA Y COUNT Y CIVIL DIVISION CASE NO: 2010-CA-002522 21ST MORTGAGE CORPORATION, Plaintiff, Vs. SHEILAFANNING;UNKNOWNSPOUSE OFSHEILAFANNING;IFLIVING,INCLUDINGANYUNKNOWNSPOUSEOF SAIDDEFENDANT(S),IFREMARRIE D ANDIFDECEASED,THERESPECTIVE UNKNOWNHEIRS,DEVISEES, GRANTEES,ASSIGNEES,CREDITORS, LIENORS,ANDTRUSTEES,ANDALL OTHERPERSONSCLAIMINGBY, THROUGH,UNDERORAGAINSTTHE NAMEDDEFENDANT(S);CITLOAN CORPORATIONF/K/ATHECIT GROUP/CONSUMERFINANCE,INC; WHETHERDISSOLVEDORPRESENTLY EXISTING,TOGETHERWITHAN Y GRANTEES,ASSIGNEES,CRDITORS, LIENORS,ORTRUSTEESOFSAI D DEFENDANT(S)ANDALLOTHERPERSONSCLAIMINGBY,THROUGH,UNDERORAGAINSTDEFENDANT(S);UNKNOWNTENANT#1;UNKNOWNTENANT #2; Defendant(s). NOTICE OF SALE Noticeisherebygiventhat,pursuantto aFinalSummaryJudgmentofForeclosure enteredintheabove-styledcause,inthe CircuitCourtofClayCounty,Florida,Iwill sellthepropertysituatedinClayCounty, Florida, described as: ApartofSection34,Township4 South,Range23East,ClayCounty, Floridaandmoreparticularlydescribed as follows: COMMENCEforapointofreference atthesouthwestcornerofsaidSection 34;thencerunNorth00deg15"east alongthewesterlylineofsaidsection 34,adistanceof1,000feet;thencerun north89deg36"east,adistanceof 2,210 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING. FromsaidPOINTOFBEGINNING north89deg36"east,adistanceof 160feettoapoint;thencerunsouth00 deg15"westtothecenterlineof thatcertaineasementdescribedininstrumentrecordedinO.R.Book532, Page499ofthepublicrecordsofClay County,Florida;thencerunwesterly alongthecenterlineofsaideasementto apointlyingsouth00deg15"west ofthePOINTOFBEGINNING;thence runnorth00deg15"easttosaid POINT OF BEGINNING. TOGETHERWITHaneasementforingress,egress,drainageandutilities overanduponthefollowingdescribed portionofSection34,Township4 South,Range23East,ClayCounty, Florida; BEGINattheintersectionofLouie CarterRoadandthenortherlylineof thatcertainpropertydescribedininstrumentrecordedinO.R.Book532,Page 499,ofthePublicRecordsofClayCounty,Florida;thencerunwesterlyalong saidnortherlylinetoapointthatlies south00deg15"westofthePOINT OFBEGINNINGdescribedinSchedule "A"ofthisinstrument;thencerunperpendiculartoandatrightangleswith saidnortherlylineinasoutherlydirectiontothesoutherlylineofsaidpropertydescribedinsaidO.R.book532,page 499;thenceruneasterlyalongsaid southerlylinetoitsintersectionwith LouieCarterRoad;thencerunina northerlydirectionalongsaidLouisCarterRoadtothePOINTOFBEGINNING. TheGrantoralsoreservesuntohimself, hisheirs,successorsandassignsan easement5feetwidealongeachside lineand10feetwidealongtherearline ofthepropertyconveyedforthepurposeofdrainageandutilities.Toincludea1990PALMVINPH093716 A 0048642701,1990PALMVINPH093716B 0048639924a/k/a5974WestwoodRoad South, Jacksonville, FL 32234. Atpublicsale,tothehighestandbest bidderforcash,ClayCountyCourthouse, GreenCoveSprings,Florida32043,at 10:00 a.m. on August 31, 2011. Anypersonclaiminganinterestinthe surplusfromthesale,ifany,otherthanthe propertyownerasofthedateofthelis pendens,mustfileaclaimwithin60days after the sale. InaccordancewiththeAmericanswith DisabilitiesActof1990,personsneedinga specialaccommodationtoparticipatein thisproceedingshouldcontacttheASA Coordinatornolaterthanseven(7)days priortotheproceedings.Ifhearingimpaired,call800-955-8771(TDD)or(800) 955-8770 (voice) via Florida Relay Service. Witness my hand and seal of this court on the 21st of July, 2011. /seal / James B. Jett, Clerk of the Circuit Court By Diane Pierce, Deputy Cler k LegalNo.22617publishedJuly28and August4,2011inClayCountysClayToda y news p a p er. ( 3849392 )

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60 CLAY TODAY July 28, 2011 BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS CLAY T ODAYONLINE.COM 60 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR CLAY COUNTY, FLORID A CIVIL ACTION CASE NO: 2010-CA-002286 Florida Credit Union Plaintiff(s), Vs. JohnKearsey;LillyKearsey;Suntrust Bank, Defendant(s). NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE (Pursuant to F.S. Chapter 45) NOTICEISGIVENthatpursuanttoaFinalJudgmentofForeclosuredatedJuly20, 2011intheabovestyledcause,Iwillsellto thehighestandbestbidderforcashinthe frontentranceoftheClayCountyCourthouse,825N.OrangeAve.,GreenCove springs,FLonthe31stdayofAugust, 2011at10:00a.m.thefollowingdescribed real and personal property: Lot2,BirdAdditiontoKeystone Heights,Florida,accordingtothemap orplatthereofasrecordedinPlatBook 5,Page30,PublicRecordsofClay County, Florida. Dated this 20th day of July, 2011. (seal) James B. Jett, Clerk of the Circuit Court By Lisa Carpenter, Deputy Cler k LegalNo.22618publishedJuly28and August4,2011inClayCountysClayToda y news p a p er. ( 3849390 ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR CLAY COUNTY, FLORID A CIVIL ACTION CASE NO: 10-2009-CA-001162 DIVISION: B HSBCBANKUSA,NATIONALASSOCIATIONASTRUSTEEFORWELLSFARGO ASSETSECURITIESCORPORATION, MORTGAGEPASS-THROUGHCERTIFICATES, SERIES 2007-14, Plaintiff, Vs. STEVEN COLLIER, et al, Defendants. NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE NOTICEISHEREBYGIVENpursuantto aFinalJudgmentofMortgageForeclosure SaledatedJuly20,2011,andenteredin CaseNo.10-2009-CA-001162oftheCircuitCourtoftheFourthJudicialCircuitin andforCLAYCounty,Floridawherein HSBCBANKUSA,NATIONALASSOCIATIONASTRUSTEEFORWELLSFARGO ASSETSECURITIESCORPORATION, MORTGAGEPASS-THROUGHCERTIFICATES,SERIES2007-14,isthePlaintiff andSTEVENCOLLIER;TAMMYCOLLIER;MORTGAGEELECTRONICREGISTRATIONSYSTEMS,INCORPORATED ASNOMINEEFORCOUNTRYWIDE HOMELOANSSERVICING,L.P.;BLAC K CREEKATEAGLEHARBORASSOCIATION,INC.aretheDefendants,Iwillsellto thehighestandbestbidderforcashatthe frontdooroftheClayCountyCourthouse, GreenCoveSprings,Floridaat10:00a.m. onthe30thofAugust,2011,thefollowing describedpropertyassetforthinsaidFinal Judgment: LOT17,CYPRESSCREEKATEAGLE HARBOR,ACCORDINGTOTHEPLA T THEREOFASRECORDEDINPKLA T BOOK42,PAGES1THROUGH16OF THEPUBLICRECORDSOFCLA Y COUNTY, FLORIDA. a/k/a2600WOODGROVEROAD,ORANGE PARK, FL 32003 Anypersonclaiminganinterestinthe surplusfromthesale,ifany,otherthanthe propertyownerasofthedateoftheLis Pendens,mustfileaclaimwithin60days after the foreclosure sale. Ifyouareapersonwithadisabilitywho needsanyaccommodationinordertoparticipateinthisproceeding,youareentitled atnocosttoyou,totheprovisionofcertain assistance.PleasecontacttheCourtAdministratorat904-630-2564withintwo workingdaysofyourreceiptofthisnotice. Ifyouarehearingorvoiceimpaired,call1800-955-8771. WITNESS my hand and official seal of said Court this July 21, 2011. /seal / James B. Jett, Clerk of the Circuit Court By Robbin Tefft, Deputy Cler k LegalNo.22619publishedJuly28and August4,2011inClayCountysClayToda y news p a p er. ( 3849400 ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLA Y COUNTY, FLORID A CIVIL DIVISION CASE NO: 2010-CA-001306 VYSTAR CREDIT UNION, Plaintiff, vs. UNKNOWNHEIRS,DEVISEES, GRANTEES,ASSIGNEES,LIENORS, CREDITORS,TRUSTEESANDALLOTHERPARTIESCLAIMINGANINTEREST BY,THROUGH,UNDERORAGAINS T THEESTATEOFJEANM.GREGORY; ET AL., Defendants. NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE NOTICEISHEREBYGIVERNpursuant toaFinalJudgmentofMortgageForeclosuredatedthe20thdayofJuly,2011and enteredinCaseNo.2010-CA-001306of theCircuitCourtofthe4thJudicialCircuit inandforClayCounty,Florida,wherein VYSTARCREDITUNIONisthePlaintiff, UNKNOWNHEIRS,DEVISEES, GRANTEES,ASSIGNEES,LIENORS, CREDITORS,TRUSTEESANDALLOTHERPARTIESCLAIMINGANINTEREST BY,THROUGH,UNDERORAGAINST THEESTATEOFJEANM.GREGORY, PAULGREGORY;CLAYSHORESCIVIC ASSOCIATION,INC.;JOHNDOEAND JANEDOEASUNKNOWNTENANTS; JAMESALLENGREGORY,JR.;AND TERESAM.GREGORYHALLareDefendants.IwillselltothehighestandbestbidderforcashatthefrontstepsoftheCla y CountyCourthouseat10:00a.m.onthe 31stofAugust,2011thefollowingdescribedpropertyassetforthinsaidFinalJudgment, to wit: APARTOFSECTION17TOWNSHIP8 SOUTH,RANGE24EASTCLAYCOUNTY,COMMENCEATACONCRETE MONUMENTATTHESOUTHEASTCORNEROFTHENORTHWESTONEQUARTEROFTHESOUTHEASTQUARTEROF SAIDSECTION17ANDRUNSOUTH89 DEG5150"WEST,ALONGSOUTHLINE OFSAIDNORTHWEST1/4OFTHE SOUTHEAST1/4,ADISTANCEOF 161.32FEETTOTHECENTERLINEOF A 40FOOTEASEMENTFORUTILITIES ANDGENERALROADPURPOSES; THENCERUNNORTHWESTERLY ALONGSAIDCENTERLINEWITH A CURVECONCAVESOUTHWESTERLY, SAIDCURVEHAVINGACENTRALANGLEOF28DEG0000"ARADIUSOF 401.08FEETANDACHORDBEARING ANDDISTANCEOFNORTH57DEG 02"WEST,194.06FEET;THENCE RUNNORTH71DEG02"WEST, ALONGSAIDCENTERLINE60.00FEET; THENCERUNNORTHWESTERLY ALONGSAIDCENTERLINEWITH A CURVECONCAVENORTHEASTERLY, SAIDCURVEHAVINGACENTRALANGLEOF38DEG3000"ARADIUSOF 429.53FEETANDACHORDBEARING ANDDISTANCEOFNORTH51DEG 47"WEST,283.23FEET;THENCE RUNNORTH32DEG32"WEST, ALONGSAIDCENTERLINE310.00 FEET;THENCERUNNORTHWESTERLY ALONGSAIDCENTERLINEWITH A CURVECONCAVESOUTHWESTERLY, SAIDCURVEHAVINGACENTRALANGLEOF63DEG32",ARADIUSOF 193.75FEETANDACHORDBEARING ANDDISTANCEOFNORTH64DEG 18"WEST,204.04FEET;THENCE RUNSOUTH83DEG5447"WEST, ALONGSAIDCENTERLINE215.66 FEET;THENCERUNWESTERLY ALONGSAIDCENTERLINEWITH A CURVECONCAVENORTHERLY,SAI D CURVEHAVINGACENTRALANGLEOF 23DEG39",ARADIUSOF668.63 FEETANDACHORDBEARINGAND DISTANCEOFNORTH84DEG15" WEST,274.06FEET;THENCERUN NORTH72DEG26"WEST,ALONG SAIDCENTERLINE115.00FEET; THENCERUNNORTHWESTERLY ALONGSAIDCENTERLINEWITH A CURVECONCAVESOUTHERLY,SAID CURVEHAVINGACENTRALANGLEOF 24DEG15",ARADIUSOF605.11 FEETANDCHORDBEARINGANDDISTANCEOFNORTH84DEG33" WEST,254.20FEET;THENCERUN SOUTH83DEG18"54"WEST,ALONG SAIDCENTERLINE300.00FEET; THENCERUNNORTHWESTERLY ALONGSAIDCENTERLINEWITH A CURVECONCAVENORTHEASTERL Y SAIDCURVEHAVINGACENTRALANGLEOF98DEG11",ARADIUSOF 99.63FEETANDACHORDBEARING ANDDISTANCEOFNORTH47DEG 35"WEST,150.60FEET;THENCE RUNNORTH01DEG3029"EAST, ALONGSAIDCENTERLINE260.86FEET TOTHEPOINTOFBEGINNING; THENCERUNNORTH07DEG14" WEST,1056.41FEET;THENCERUN NORTH34DEG59"EAST,149.96 FEET;THENCERUNNORTH06DEG 23"EAST,577.90FEET;THENCE RUNNORTH62DEG03"EAST,57.49 FEET;THENCERUNSOUTH58DEG 37"EAST,122.61FEET;THENCE RUNSOUTH08DEG26"EAST, 281.49FEET;THENCERUNSOTH11 DEG44"WEST,1341.51FEET; THENCERUNSOUTH25DEG49" WEST,435.01FEETTOTHEPOINTOF BEGINNING. SUBJECTTOANEASEMENTFOR UTILITIESANDGENERALROADPURPOSESACROSSACUL-DE-SAC,HAVINGARADIUSOF50FEETANDITS POINTBEINGTHEABOVEDESCRIBED POINT OF BEGINNING. Anypersonclaiminganinterestinthe surplusfromthesale,ifany,otherthanthe propertyownerasofthedateofthelis pendensmustfileaclaimwithinsixty(60) days after the sale. InaccordancewiththeAmericanswith DisabilitiesActof1990(ADA),disabled personwho,becauseoftheirdisabilities, needspecialaccommodationtoparticipate inthisproceedingsshouldcontactthe ADACoordinatorat825N.OrangeAve., GreenCoveSprings,FL32043,(904)6306349ortelephoneVoice/TDD(904)6306349notlaterthanfive(5)businessdays prior to such proceeding. Dated this 21st day of July, 2011. /seal / James B. Jett, Clerk of the Circuit Court By Robbin Tefft, Deputy Cler k LegalNo.22620publishedJuly28and August4,2011inClayCountysClayToda y news p a p er. ( 3849524 ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLA Y COUNTY, FLORID A CIVIL DIVISION CASE NO: 10-2010-CA-001282 WELLS FARGO BANK, NA, Plaintiff, Vs. ALLENE.SHIGO;REGIONSBANK;THE LOCHRANEIMPROVEMENTASSOCIATION,INC;UNKNOWNSPOUSEOFALLENE.SHIGO;JANETT.SHIGOA/K/ A JANETSHIGO;JOHNDOE;JANEDOE ASUNKNOWNTENANT(S)INPOSSESSION OF THE SUBJECT PROPERTY; Defendant(s). NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE NOTICEISHEREBYGIVENpursuantto aFinalJudgmentofForeclosuredatedthe 20thdayofJuly,2011andenteredinCase No.10-2010-CA-001282oftheCircuitCourt ofthe4thJudicialCircuitinandforCLA Y County,FloridawhereinWELLSFARGO BANK,NAisPlaintiffandALLENE. SHIGO;REGIONSBANK;THELOCH RANEIMPROVEMENTASSOCIATION, INC;UNKNOWNSPOUSEOFALLENE. SHIGO;JANETT.SHIGOA/K/AJANET SHIGO;JOHNDOE;JANEDOEASUNKNOWNTENANT(S)INPOSSESSIONOF THESUBJECTPROPERTY;aredefendants.IwillselltothehighestandbestbidderforcashatTHEFRONTSTEPSOF THECLAYCOUNTYCOURTHOUSEat theClayCountyCourthouseinGreenCove Springs,Fla.,at10:00a.m.onthe31stda y ofAugust,2011,thefollowingdescribed propertyassetforthinsaidFinalJudgment, to wit: LOT35OFLOCHRANEUNIT2 REPLAT,ACCORDINGTOTHEPLA T THEREOFASRECORDEDINPLA T BOOK14,PAGES41-42OFTHEPUBLIC RECORDSOFCLAYCOUNTY,FLORIDA. ANYPERSONCLAIMINGANINTERESTINTHESURPLUSFROMTHESALE, IFANY,OTHERTHANTHEPROPERT Y OWNERASOFTHEDATEOFTHELIS PENDENSMUSTFILEACLAIMWITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE. Dated this 20th day of July, 2011. /seal / James B. Jett, Clerk of the Circuit Court By Debra Beyrle Deputy Cler k LegalNo.22621publishedJuly28and August4,2011inClayCountysClayToda y news p a p er. ( 3849447 ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR CLA Y COUNTY, FLORID A CIVIL ACTION CASE NO: 2009-CA-1592 DeutscheBankNationalTrustCompany,asTrusteefortheregisteredholders ofMeritageMortgageLoanTrust2005-3, Asset-Backed Certificates Series 2005-3, Plaintiff, Vs. JanetRosario;MichaelRosario;MERS asnomineeforMeritageMortgageCorporation;UnknownTenant#1;Unknown Tenant #2, Defendants. NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 45 NOTICEISHEREBYGIVENpursuant toaSummaryFinalJudgmentofForeclosuredatedJuly20,2011,andenteredin CaseNo.2009-CA-1592oftheCircuit Courtofthe4thJudicialCircuitinandfor CLAYCounty,FloridawhereinDeutsche BankNationalTrustCompany,asTrustee fortheregisteredholdersofMeritageMortgageLoanTrust2005-3,Asset-Backed Certificates,Series2005-3,isPlaintiffand JanetRosario;MichaelRosario;MERSas nomineeforMeritageMortgageCorporation;UnknownTenant#1;UnknownTenant #2aredefendants,Iwillselltothehighest andbestbidderforcashatthefrontsteps oftheClayCountyCourthouse,Green CoveSprings,Floridaat10:00a.m.onthe 31stdayofAugust,2011,thefollowingdescribedpropertyassetforthinsaidSummary Final Judgment, to wit: Lot98,ofNATURESHAMMOCKA T OAKLEAFPLANTATION,accordingto theplatthereof,asrecordedinPlat Book43,atpage(s)67through79,inclusive,ofthePublicRecordsofClay County, Florida. Located:1464CanopyOaksDrive,Orange Park, FL 32065 Andallfixturesandpersonalpropertylocatedthereinorthereon,whichareincluded as security in Plaintiffs mortgage. Anypersonclaiminganinterestinthe surplus,fromthesaleotherthanthepropertyownerasofthedateoftheLis Pendens,mustfileaclaimonsamewithin 60 days after the sale. Dated at Green Cove Springs, Clay County, Florida this 20th day of July, 2011. /seal / James B. Jett, Clerk of the Circuit Court By Debra Beyrle, Deputy Cler k LegalNo.22622publishedJuly28and August4,2011inClayCountysClayToda y news p a p er. ( 3849426 ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY COUNTY, FLORID A CASE NO.: 10-2616-CA DIVISION: FCA FIRSTSOUTHERNBANK,aFlorida Banking Corporation, Plaintiff, v. HOFFMANNPLUMBING,INC.,aFlorida Corporation;HENRYM.HOFFMANN,an Individual;MELODYA.HOFFMANN,an Individual;THESILOBUSINESSCENTERCONDOMINIUMOWNERSASSOCIATION,INC.,aFloridanon-profitcorporation;andUNITEDSTATESOFAMERICA,onbehalfoftheSMALLBUSINESS ADMINISTRATION ; Defendants. NOTICE OF SALE Noticeisherebygiventhat,pursuantto asummaryfinaljudgmentofforeclosureon July20,2011,inthatcertaincausepending intheCircuitCourtinandforClayCounty, Florida,whereinFirstSouthernBank,a Floridabankingcorporation,isPlaintiffand HOFFMANNPLUMBING,INC.,aFlorida Corporation;HENRYM.HOFFMANN,an Individual;MELODYA.HOFFMANN,anIndividual;THESILOBUSINESSCENTER CONDOMINIUMOWNERSASSOCIATION,INC.,aFloridanon-profitcorporation;andUNITEDSTATESOF AMERICA,onbehalfoftheSMALLBUSINESSADMINISTRATIONareDefendants, inCivilActionCauseNo.10-2616-CA,I JamesB.Jett,ClerkoftheaforesaidCourt, willat10:00am,onAugust31st,2011,offerforsaleandselltothehighestbidderfor cashatthefrontdooroftheClayCount y CourtHouseStairsintheabove-captioned action,Iwillsellthepropertylocatedin ClayCounty,Florida,describedasdescribed as: UNITNO.406AND407,THESILO BUSINESSCENTER,ACONDOMINIUM, TOGETHERWITHANUNDIVIDEDINTERESTINTHECOMMONELEMENTS APPURTENANTTHERETOACCORDING TOTHEDECLARATIONOFCOMDOMINIUMASRECORDEDINOFFICIAL RECORDVOLUME2835,PAGE1214OF THEPUBLICRECORDSOFCLA Y COUNTY, FLORIDA pursuanttothetermsoftheSummaryFinal JudgmentofForeclosureandinaccordancewithSection45.031,FloridaStatutes. Anypersonclaiminganinterestinthesurplusfromsale,ifany,otherthanthepropertyownerasofthedateofthelispendens mustfileaclaimwithin60daysafterthe sale. Individualwithdisabiliteswhoneeda reasonableaccommodationtoparticipate inthisproceedingareentitled,atnocost, totheprovisionofcertainassistance. PleasecontacttheClerkofCircuitCourt,at (904)269-6302within2workingdaysof yourreceiptofthisnotice.Ifyouarehearingorvoiceimpaired,pleasecall:1-800955-8771. Dated this 21st day of July, 2011. /seal / James B. Jett Clerk of Court Robbin Tefft Deputy Cler k Legal22623publishedJuly28andAug. 4,2011inClayCountysClayToday news p a p er ( 3850540 ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLA Y COUNTY, FLORID A CIVIL DIVISION CASE NO: 10-2009-CA-003098 THEBANKOFNEWYORKMELLON FKATHEBANKOFNEWYORKAS TRUSTEE FOR THE CERTIFICATEHOLDERSCWALT,INC ALTERNATIVELOANTRUST2005-75CB MORTGAGEPASS-THROUGHCERTIFICATES, SERIES 2005-75CB, Plaintiff, Vs. DESMONDCORREIA;MORTGAGE ELECTRONICREGISTRATIONSYSTEMS,INC.,ASNOMINEEFORCOUNTRYWIDEMORTGAGEVENTURES,LLC DBACMVHOMELOANS;PINELAKES OWNERSASSOCIATION,INC.; TOWNCENTERANDEASTOF17ATEAGLEHARBORASSOCIATION;UNKNOWNTENANT(S)INPOSSESSIONOF THE SUBJECT PROPERTY; Defendant(s). NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE NOTICEISHEREBYGIVENpursuant toaFinalJudgmentofForeclosuredated the20thdayofJuly,2011andenteredin CaseNo.10-2009-CA-003098oftheCircuitCourtofthe4thJudicialCircuitinand forCLAYCounty,FloridawhereinTHE BANKOFNEWYORKMELLONFKATHE BANKOFNEWYORKASTRUSTEEFOR THECERTIFICATEHOLDERSCWALT, INCALTERNATIVELOANTRUST200575CBMORTGAGEPASS-THROUGH CERTIFICATES,SERIES2005-75CB,is

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CLAYTODAYONLINE.COM BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS July 28, 2011 CLAY TODAY 61 61 PlaintiffandDESMONDCORREIA;MORTGAGEELECTRONICREGISTRATION SYSTEMS,INC.,ASNOMINEEFOR COUNTRYWIDEMORTGAGEVENTURES,LLCDBACMVHOMELOANS; PINELAKESOWNERSASSOCIATION, INC.;TOWNCENTERANDEASTOF17 ATEAGLEHARBORASSOCIATION;UNKNOWNTENANT(S)INPOSSESSIONOF THESUBJECTPROPERTY;aredefendants.IwillselltothehighestandbestbidderforcashatTHEFRONTSTEPSOF THECLAYCOUNTYCOURTHOUSEat theClayCountyCourthouseinGreenCove Springs,Fla.,at10:00a.m.onthe31stda y ofAugust,2011,thefollowingdescribed propertyassetforthinsaidFinalJudgment, to wit: LOT15BOFPINELAKEUNITONEA T EAGLEHARBOR,ACCORDINGTOTHE PLATTHEREOFASRECORDEDIN PLATBOOK36,PAGES78THROUGH 90OFTHEPUBLICRECORDSOFCLA Y COUNTY, FLORIDA. ANYPERSONCLAIMINGANINTERESTINTHESURPLUSFROMTHESALE, IFANY,OTHERTHANTHEPROPERT Y OWNERASOFTHEDATEOFTHELIS PENDENSMUSTFILEACLAIMWITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE. Dated this 21st day of July, 2011. /seal / James B. Jett, Clerk of the Circuit Court By Tammy Rosenbaum, Deputy Cler k LegalNo.22624publishedJuly28and August4,2011inClayCountysClayToda y news p a p er. ( 3849476 ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLA Y COUNTY, FLORID A CIVIL DIVISION CASE NO: 10-2010-CA-000424 BACHOMELOANSSERVICING,LP, F/K/ACOUNTRYWIDEHOMELOANS SERVICING, LP., Plaintiff, Vs. MARKK.WILKINSONA/K/AMARKKEVINWILKINSON;DEBORAHH.WILKINSONA/K./ADEBORAHHALLWILKINSON;UNKNOWNTENANT(S)INPOSSESSIONOFTHESUBJECTPROPERTY; Defendant(s). NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE NOTICEISHEREBYGIVENpursuant toaFinalJudgmentofForeclosuredated the20thdayofJuly,2011andenteredin CaseNo.10-2010-CA-000424oftheCircuitCourtofthe4thJudicialCircuitinand forCLAYCounty,FloridawhereinBAC HOMELOANSSERVICING,LP,F/K/A COUNTRYWIDEHOMELOANSSERVICING,LP.isPlaintiffandMARKK.WILKINSONA/K/AMARKKEVINWILKINSON; DEBORAHH.WILKINSONA/K./ADEBORAHHALLWILKINSON;UNKNOWN TENANT(S)INPOSSESSIONOFTHE SUBJECTPROPERTY;aredefendants.I willselltothehighestandbestbidderfor cashatTHEFRONTSTEPSOFTHE CLAYCOUNTYCOURTHOUSEatthe ClayCountyCourthouseinGreenCove Springs,Fla.,at10:00a.m.onthe31stda y ofAugust,2011,thefollowingdescribed propertyassetforthinsaidFinalJudgment, to wit: LOT69,BLOCK13,BIGTREE LAKES,SECTIONC,ANUNPLATTED SUBDIVISIONWHICHLOTISDESCRIBEDWITHMOREPARTICULARITYIN THEEXHIBITTOTHATCERTAINDECLARATIONOFINTERPRETIVEDATARELATINGTOLEGALDESCRIPTIONS DATEDJUNE1M,1983ANDFILEDIN O.R.BOOK749,PAGE418,OFTHE PUBLICRECORDSOFCLAYCOUNTY, FLORIDA. ANYPERSONCLAIMINGANINTERESTINTHESURPLUSFROMTHESALE, IFANY,OTHERTHANTHEPROPERT Y OWNERASOFTHEDATEOFTHELIS PENDENSMUSTFILEACLAIMWITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE. Dated this 21st day of July, 2011. /seal / James B. Jett, Clerk of the Circuit Court By Tammy Rosenbaum, Deputy Cler k LegalNo.22625publishedJuly28and August4,2011inClayCountysClayToda y news p a p er. ( 3849454 ) NOTICE OF SHERIFFS SALE NOTICEISHEREBYGIVENthatpursuanttoaWRITOFEXECUTIONissuedin theCircuitCourt,ClayCounty,Florida,on the4thdayofMarch2011,inthecause whereinLEWISOILCOINC.isplaintiffand GEERCONTRACTINGINC&PEGGYS. GEER,isdefendant,beingcasenumber 10CA4691insaidCourt,I,RICK BESELER,asSheriffofClayCounty,Florida,havinglevieduponallright,titleandinterestoftheDefendant,GEERCONTRACTINGINC.&PEGGYS.GEER,in andtothefollowingdescribedproperty,to wit: 2536ViolaAve.,Middleburg,FL32068 Parcel # 1 3410PowerlineDr.,Middleburg,FL 32068 Parcel # 2 Spring Dr., Middleburg, FL Parcel # 3 Spring Dr., Middleburg, FL Parcel # 4 (PROPERTYASMORESPECIFICALL Y DESCRIBED IN EXHIBIT A) Andonthe30thdayofAugust,2011at 901NorthOrangeAve.,GreenCove Springs,ClayCounty,Floridaatthehourof 10:00a.m.orassoonthereafteraspossible,IwillofferforsaleallofthesaidDefendants,GEERCONTRACTINGINC.& PEGGYS.GEER,right,titleandinterestin aforesaidpropertyatpublicoutcryandwill sellthesame,subjecttoallpriorliens,taxes,judgmentsandencumbrances,ifany, tothehighestandbestbidderorbidders forCASH,theproceedstobeappliedas farasmaybetothepaymentofcostsand thesatisfactionoftheabove-describedExecution. RICK BESELER, SHERIFF Clay County, Florida By: Sgt. Mickey Ciavol a Individualswithdisabilitiesneedingareasonableaccommodationtoparticipatein thisproceedingshouldcontacttheCivil ProcessSectionoftheClayCountySheriffsOffice(904)529-6020atleastfivedays prior to the date of sale. Exhibit A Parcel#1(ClayCountyPropertyAppraiserParcelNo.09-05-24-005953-19100): Lot1,Block12ofJACKSONVILLE SOUTHUNITONE,accordingtotheplat thereofasrecordedinPlatBook10, page(s)36through45,ofthePublicRecords of Clay County, Florida. Parcel#2(ClayCountyPropertyAppraiserParcelNo.25-05-24-006593-03934): LOT12POWERLINESUBDIVISION A TRACKOFLANDSITUATEDINSECTION25,TOWNSHIP5SOUTH,RANGE 24EAST;CLAYCOUNTY,FLORIDA; SAIDTRACTBEINGMOREPARTICULARLYDESCRIBEDASFOLLOWS: COMMENCEATTHESOUTHEASTCORNEROFSECTION25,ANDRUNN00 DEG27MIN20SECW,ALONGTHE EASTLINEOFSECTION25,ADISTANCEOF390.04FEET;THENCERUN N88DEG20MIN15SECW.1750.00 FEET;THENCERUNN00DEG27MIN 20SECW.330.0FEETTOANIRON PIPE,THENCERUNN88DEG20MIN15 SECW,896.58FEETTOANIRONPIPE; THENCECONTINUEN88DEG20MIN 15SECW,424.43FEETTOANIRON PIPE;THENCERUNS00DEG27MIN20 SECE,330.0FEETTOANIRONPIPE; THENCERUNN88DEG20MIN15SEC W,264.18FEETTOANIRONPIPE; THENCERUNN14DEG47MIN14SEC 2,663.57FEETTOTHECENTER-LINE OFA300FOOTFLORIDAPOWERAND LIGHTCO.RIGHT-OF-WAYEASEMEN T FORPOWERTRANSMISSION;THENCE RUNN61DEG13MIN31SECE,ALONG SAIDCENTER-LINE6.41FEETTOTHE POINTOFBEGINNING;THENCECONTINUEN61DEG13MIN31SECE ALONGSAIDCENTER-LINE225.0FEET; THENCERUNN28DEG46MIN29SEC W1212.25FEETTOANIRONPIPE; THENCERUNS58FEET59MIN12SEC W,225.17FEET;THENCERUNS28 DEG46MIN29SECE,1203.46FEETTO THEPOINTOFBEGINNING.SUBJECT TOANEASEMENTTOFLORIDAPOWER ANDLIGHTCO.ACROSSTHESOUTHEASTERLYDESCRIBED150FEETOF THEABOVEDESCRIBEDLANDS.RESERVINGANEASEMENTFORUTILITIESANDGENERALROADPURPOSES ACROSSTHENORTHWESTERLY10 FEETTOTHESOUTHEASTERLY160 FEETOFTHEABOVEDESCRIBED LANDS.LOT13POWERLINESUBDIVISIONATRACTOFLANDSITUATEDIN SECTION25,TOWNSHIP5SOUTH, RANGE24EAST;CLAYCOUNTY,FLORIDA;SAIDTRACTBEINGMOREPARTICULARLYDESCRIBEDASFOLLOWS: COMMENCEATTHESOUTHEASTCORNEROFSECTION25,ANDRUNN00 DEG27MIN2SECW,ALONGTHE EASTLINEOFSECTION25,ADISTANCEOF390.04FEET;THENCERUN N88DEG20MIN15SECW,1750.00 FEET;THENCERUNN00DEG27MIN 20SECW,330.0FEETTOANIRON PIPE.THENCERUNN88DEG20MIN15 SECW.896.58FEETTOANIRONPIPE; THENCECONTINUEN88DEG20MIN 15SECW.424.43FEETTOANIRON PIPE;THENCERUNS00DEG27MIN20 SECE,330.0FEETTOANIRONPIPE; THENCERUNN88DEG20MIN15SEC W,264.18FEETTOANIRONPIPE; THENCERUNN14DEG47MIN14SEC W.663.57FEETTOTHECENTER-LINE OFA300FOOTFLORIDAPOWERAND LIGHTCO.RIGHT-OF-WAYEASEMEN T FORPOWERTRANSMISSION;ANDTHE POINTOFBEGINNING;THENCERUNN 61DEG13MIN31SECEALONGSAID CENTER-LINE6.41FEET;THENCERUN N28DEG46MIN29SECW,1203.46 FEET;THENCERUNS58DEG59MIN 12SECW,225.17FEET;THENCERUNS 28DEG46MIN29SECE,1194.66FEET TOSAIDCENTER-LINE;THENCERUNN 61DEG13MIN31SEC.E,ALONGSAID CENTER-LINE218.59FEETTOTHE POINTOFBEGINNING.SUBJECTTOAN EASEMENTTOFLORIDAPOWERAND LIGHTCO.ACROSSTHESOUTHEASTERLY150FEETOFTHEABOVEDESCRIBEDLANDS.RESERVINGAN EASEMENTFORUTILITIESANDGENERALROADPURPOSESACROSSTHE NORTHWESTERLY10FEETOFTHE SOUTHEASTERLY160FEETOFTHE ABOVEDESCRIBEDLANDS.LOT14 POWERLINESUBDIVISIONATRACTOF LANDSITUATEDINSECTION25,TOWNSHIP5SOUTH,RANGE24EAST;CLA Y COUNTY,FLORIDA;SAIDTRACTBEING MOREPARTICULARLYDESCRIBEDAS FOLLOWS:COMMENCEATTHE SOUTHEASTCORNEROFSECTION25, ANDRUNN00DEG27MIN20SECW ALONGTHEEASTLINEOFSECTION 25,ADISTANCEOF390.04FEET; THENCERUNN88DEG20MIN15SEC W,1750.FEET;THENCERUNN00DEG 27MIN20SECW,330.0FEETTOAN IRONPIPE,THENCERUNN88DEG20 MIN15SECW,896.58FEETTOAN IRONPIPE;THENCECONTINUEN88 DEG20MIN15SEC2,424.43FEETTO ANIRONPIPE;THENCERUNS00DEG 27MIN20SECE,330.0FEETTOAN IRONPIPE;THENCERUNN88DEG20 MIN15SECW.264.18FEETTOAN IRONPIPE;THENCERUNN14DEG47 MIN14SECW,663.57FEETTOTHE CENTER-LINEOFA300FOOTFLORID A POWERANDLIGHTCO.RIGHT-OF-WA Y EASEMENTFORPOWERTRANSMISSION;THENCERUNS61DEG13MIN31 SECW,ALONGSAIDCENTER-LINE 218.59FEETTOTHEPOINTOFBEGINNING;THENCECONTINUES61DEG13 MIN31SECW,ALONGSAIDCENTERLINE225.0FEET;THENCERUNN28 DEG46MIN29SECW,1185.87FEET; THENCERUNN58DEG59MIN12SEC E225.17FEET;THENCERUNS28DEG 46MIN29SECE,1194.66FEETTOTHE POINTOFBEGINNING.SUBJECTTOAN EASEMENTTOFLORIDAPOWERAND LIGHTCO.ACROSSTHESOUTHEASTERLY150FEETOFTHEABOVEDESCRIBEDLANDS.RESERVINGAN EASEMENTFORUTILILTIESANDGENERALROADPURPOSESACROSSTHE NORTHWESTERLY160FEETOFTHE ABOVE DESCRIBED LANDS. Parcel#3(ClayCountyPropertyAppraiserParcelNo.26-05-24-006612-00109): APARCELOFLANDSITUATEDINSECTION25AND26,TOWNSHIP5SOUTH, RANGE24EAST,CLAYCOUNTY,FLORIDA;SAIDPARCELBEINGMOREPARTICULARLYDESCRIBEDASFOLLOWS: COMMENCEATTHEMOSTSOUTHERLYCORNEROFLOT18OFBLAC K CREEKSHORESUNIT3ASPERPLA T THEREOFRECORDEDINPLATBOOK8, PAGE59AND60OFTHEPUBLICRECORDSOFCLAYCOUNTY,FLORID A ANDRUNNORTH44DEG45"EAST, ALONGTHESOUTHEASTERLYLINEOF SAIDBLACKCREEKSHORESUNITNO. 3ADISTANCEOF439.15FEETTOAN IRONPIPE;THENCERUNSOUTH52 DEG51"EAST,585.72FEETTOTHE CENTER-LINEOFOSCEOLATRAIL; THENCERUNSOUTH22DEG0051" WEST,ALONGSAIDCENTER-LINE 48.11FEET;THENCERUNSOUTH72 DEG2449"EAST,527.85FEETTOAN IRONPIPE;THENCERUNSOUTH86 DEG5654"EAST,1975.68FEETTO THECENTER-LINEOFSPRINGDRIVE; THENCERUNSOUTH62DEG5620" WEST,ALONGSAIDCENTER-LINE 152.45FEET;THENCERUNSOUTH42 DEG3700"WEST,ALONGSAID CENTER-LINE,296.37FEET;THENCE RUNSOUTH62DEG0240"WEST, ALONGSAIDCENTER-LINE,234.54 FEET;THENCERUNSOUTH85DEG36 24"WEST,ALONGSAIDCENTER-LINE 713.07FEET;THENCERUNSOUTH63 DEG3445"WEST,ALONGSAID CENTER-LINE327.91FEET;THENCE RUNSOUTH14DEG4932"WEST, ALONGSAIDCENTER-LINE,389.50 FEET;THENCERUNSOUTH15DEG58 42"EAST,ALONGSAIDCENTER-LINE, 90.00FEETTOTHEPOINTOFBEGINNING;THENCECONTINUESOUTH15 DEG5842"EAST,ALONGSAID CENTER-LINE,90.00FEETTOTHE POINTOFBEGINNING;THENCECONTINUESOUTH15DEG5842"EAST, ALONGSAIDCENTER-LINE301.12 FEET;THENCERUNSOUTH34DEG54 36"EAST,ALONGSAIDCENER-LINE 138.05FEET;THENCERUNSOUTH78 DEG22"FEETEAST,ALONGTHE CENTER-OLINE321.95FEET;THENCE RUNNORTH58DEG5912"EAST, 473.07FEETTOANIRONPIPE;THENCE RUNNORTH19DEG0800"WEST, 420.00FEETTOANIRONPIPE;THENCE RUNSOUTH76DEG5550"WEST, 764.83FEETTOTHEPOINTOFBEGINNING.(ALSOKNOWNASLOT24,MAGNOLIAWOODS)SUBJECTTOANEASEMENTFORUTILITIESANDGENERA L ROADPURPOSESACROSSTHEWESTERLY30FEETOFTHEABOVEDESCRIBED LANDS. Parcel#4(ClayCountyPropertyAppraiserParcelNo.26-05-24-006612-00131): APARCELOFLANDSITUATEDINSECTION26,TOWNSHIP5SOUTH,RANGE 24EAST,CLAYCOUNTYFLORIDA; SAIDPARCELBEINGMOREPARTICULARLYDESCRIBEDASFOLLOWS: COMMENCEATTHEMOSTSOUTHERLYCORNEROFLOT18,BLACKCREEK SHORES,UNITNO.3,ACCORDINGTO PLATBOOK8,PAGES59AND60OF THEPUBLICRECORDSOFSAIDCOUNTY;THENCEONTHESOUTHEASTERL Y LINEOFSIADBLACKCREEKSHORES UNITNO.3NORTH44DEGREES45MINUTES37SECONDSEAST439.15 FEET;THENCESOUTH52DEGREES51 MINUTES58SECONDSEAST585.72 FEETTOTHECENTERLINEOF OSCEOLATRAIL(ANEASEMENTFOR UTILITIESANDGENERALROADPURPOSESACCORDINGTOTHEOFFICIAL RECORDSBOOK611,PAGE508-512OF SAIDPUBLICRECORDS);THENCEON LASTSAIDLINE,SOUTH22DEGREES 00MINUTES51SECONDSWEST48.11 FEET;THENCESOUTH72DEGREES24 MINUTES40SECONDSEAST527.85 FEET;THENCESOUTH21DEGREES55 MINUTES05SECONDSWEST860.00 FEET;THENCESOUTH14DEGREES04 MINUTES42SECONDSEAST291.77 FEET;THENCENORTH53DEGREES40 MINUTES44SECONDSEAST356.91 FEETTOTHECENTERLINEOFSPRING DRIVE)ANEASEMENTFORUTILITIES ANDGENERALROADPURPOSESACCORDINGTOOFFICIALRECORDS BOOK611,PAGES508-512OFSAID PUBLICRECORDS);THENCEONLAS T SAIDLINE,NORTH15DEGREES58MINUTES42SECCONDSWEST230.00 FEET;THENCESOUTH56DEGREES49 MINUTES22SECONDSWEST591.31 FEETTOTHEPOINTOFBEGINNING, SUBJECTTOANTOGETHERWITHA60 FOOTWIDEEASEMENTFORUTILITIES ANDGENERALROADPURPOSES,AS PEROFFICIALRECORDSBOOK611, PAGES508-512OFSAIDPUBLICRECORDS, KNOWN AS SPRING DRIVE. Legal22626publishedJuly28,Aug.4, Aug.11andAug18,2011inClayCount y s Cla y Toda y News p a p er ( 3850377 ) NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE NOTICEISHEREBYGIVENTHATON AUGUST13,2011AT9:00A.M .THE CLAYCOUNTYSHERIFFSOFFICEWILL AUCTIONTHEFOLLOWINGVEHICLES ATPUBLICAUCTIONBYFIRSTCOAST AUCTIONS,AUCTIONEER.SALESHALL BESUBJECTTOANYANDALLLIENS. THESALEWILLTAKEPLACEATREYNOLDSINDUSTRIALPARK,HWY16 EAST,GREENCOVESPRINGS,FLORIDA. 2002 MITSUMISHI MONTERO 122,886 MI VIN #JA4LS21H12J049769 19 97 FORD 4-DOOR 154,730 MI VIN #2FALP71W4VX120371 1995 FORD STATION WAGON 165,842 MI VIN #1FMDU34X7SUB99179 RICK BESELER, SHERIFF Clay County, Florida LegalNo.22627publishedJuly28and August4,2011inClayCountysClayToda y news p a p er. ( 3849554 ) NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE E-ZTowing&Repair,Inc.givesnoticeof lien and intent to sell 01 FORD VIN# 1FAFP34P81W198183 03 GMC VIN# 1GKEC13Z23R181796 onAugust17,2011at9:00a.m.at2864 BlandingBlvd.,Middleburg,FL32068.PursuanttoSubsection713-78oftheFlorida Statutes.E-ZTowingreservestherightto accept or reject any/or all bids. LegalNo.22629publishedJuly28,2011 inClayCountysClayTodaynewspaper. ( 3849411 ) NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE BURGARTENTERPRISESgivesNotice ofLienandintenttosellthesevehicleson 08/12/2011,12:00pmat4360COUNTY ROAD218MIDDLEBURG,FL320684852,pursuanttosubsection713.78ofthe FloridaStatutes.BURGARTENTERPRISESreservestherighttoacceptorreject any and/or all bids. 1GNEK13R4VJ442644 1997 CHEVROLET 2FMZA5141WBE07220 1998 FORD JS3LB11S5W4100305 1998 SUZUKI L egalNo.22630publishedJuly28,2011 inClayCountysClayTodaynewspaper ( 3849432 ) LEGAL NOTICE TheSt.JohnsRiverWaterManagement District(District)issuedconsumptiveuse permit(s)atleastfiveyearsagoforthewateruse(s)describedbelow.Thepermit(s) containedaconditionrequiringthe permittee(s)tosubmitacompliancereport demonstratingthatthepermittedwate r use(s)willcontinuetomeettheDistricts permittingrulesforthedurationofthe20yearpermit(s).TheDistrictgivesnoticeof receiptofComplianceReport(s)forthefollowing consumptive use permit(s): Standard General Consumptive Use Permit(s) AtlanticRealtyPartnersInc,3378PeachtreeRd,Atlanta,GA30326,application #527.Theapplicantproposestowithdra w 0.10milliongallonsperdayofwaterfor householduse.Thewithdrawalsusedb y thisproposedprojectwillconsistof groundwaterfromFAS-UpperFloridan Aquifervia1activewellinClayCounty,locatedinSection:37,Townshi p :6

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62 CLAY TODAY July 28, 2011 BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS CLAY T ODAYONLINE.COM 62 p South,Range:26East,knownasStJohns Landing. Thefile(s)containingthepermit(s)and compliancereport(s)areavailableforinspectionMondaythroughFriday,exceptfor Districtholidays,8a.m.to5p.m.atthe DistrictsHeadquarters,4049ReidSt., Palatka,FL32177-2529.Youmayalso viewfilesatoneoftheDistrictsservice centers,butyoushouldcallservicecenter staffinadvancetomakesurethatthefiles areataspecificservicecenter.Service centercontactinformationisavailableonline at floridaswater.com/contactus/offices. html.Additionally,mostpermitfiledocumentscanbeviewedonlineat floridaswater.com/permitting/index.html.To obtaininformationonhowtofindandview permitfiledocuments,visit floridaswater.com/permitting/index.htmland selectthetopicofinterestfromthe"Find permitsandapplications"heading,and thenfollowthedirectionsprovidedunder "HowtofindaTechnicalStaffReport(TSR) or other application file documents." Decisionsoncompliancereportsfor StandardGeneralpermitswillbemadeat theDistrictsservicecenterwherethepermitwasprocessed,unlessthedecisionon acompliancereportisupgradedtoadecisiononacompliancereportforanIndividualpermitasexplainedbelow.Asubstantial objectiontoacompliancereportfora StandardGeneralpermitmustbemade inwritingandfiledwith(receivedby)theDirectorofRegulatorySupport,P.O.Box 1429,Palatka,FL32178-1429,orbye-mail atapplicationsupport@sjrwmd.com,within 14daysofnotificationofthecompliancereport.PleaseincludeeitherthePermitNumberortheProjectNameintheobjection. Notificationofthecompliancereportiseither the fifth day after the date on which the writtennoticeisdepositedintheU.S.mail (forthosepersonswhoreceiveactualnoticebyU.S.mail),thedateonwhichthe noticeise-mailed(forthosepersonswho receiveactualnoticebye-mail),orthedate thenoticeispublishedinthenewspaper(if actualnoticeisnotprovidedbyU.S.mailor e-mail).A"substantialobjection"meansa writtenstatementdirectedtotheDistrict thatidentifiestheobjector,concernshydrologicorenvironmentalimpactsoftheconsumptiveuse,andrelatestoapplicablerule criteria.Atimelysubstantialobjectionwill causethedecisiononacompliancereport foraStandardGeneralpermittobeconsideredadecisiononacompliancereportfor anIndividualpermit.IftheDistrictreceives atimelysubstantialobjectionfromyou, thenyouwillreceivewrittennoticeofthe Districtsintendeddecisiononthecompliance report. DecisionsoncompliancereportsforIndividualpermitswillbemadebytheDistricts GoverningBoard.NoticeofIntendedDistrictDecisionwillbeprovidedtopersons whohaverequestedindividualnotice.ArequestforindividualNoticeofIntendedDistrictDecisiononacompliancereportmust bereceivedbytheDirectorofRegulatory SupportpriortothedatetheNoticeofIntendedDistrictDecisionisgenerated.For compliancereportsforIndividualpermits, youareadvisedtonotifytheDistrictwithin 14daysofnotificationofthecompliancereportifyouhavequestions,objections,comments,orinformationregardingthecompliancereport.Ifyoumakeawrittenrequest totheDistrictforadditionalinformationregardingaspecificcompliancereport,you willbeprovidedanopportunitytoobtainthe availableinformation.Pleasenotethatfiling awrittenobjectiondoesnotentitleyoutoa Chapter120,FloridaStatutes,administrative hearing. Victor Castro, Division Director, Division of Regulatory Support St. Johns River Water Management District 4049 Reid Street Palatka, FL 32177-2529 (386) 329-4570 Legal22631publishedJuly28,2011in ClayCountysClayTodaynewspaper ( 3849448 ) PUBLIC AUCTION Sale Date: August 8, 2011 at 8:30 a.m. Location:4225CR218,Middleburg,Florida Vehicle: 1990 FORD VIN#1FACP54Y0LA215825 Legal22632publishedJuly28,2011in ClayCountysClayTodaynewspaper ( 3849386 ) FICTITIOUS NAME NoticeUnderFictitiousNameLawPursuant to Section 865.09, Florida Statutes NOTICEISHEREBYGIVENthattheundersigned,desiringtoengageinbusiness under the fictitious name of Smith and Son Lawn Care located at4697BelladonnaSt.inthe CountyofClay,intheCityofMiddleburg, Florida32068intendstoregisterthesaid namewiththeDivisionofCorporationsof theFloridaDepartmentofState,Tallahassee, Florida. DatedatMiddleburg,Florida,this22nd day of July, 2011. Owner/Corporation: Alphnso Smith Legal22633publishedJuly28,2011in ClayCountysClayTodaynewspaper (3849391) UNCLAIMED MONEY HELD BY THE SHERIFFS OFFICE Thefollowingmoneysareunclaimedb y thenamedindividualsorcompaniesand unlessclaimedbySeptember1,2011,will be forfeited to the county. Personshavingorclaiminginterestin suchfundsoranyportionofthemshallfile theirwrittenclaimtotheSheriffsOfficeb y September 1, as follows: BymailtoClayCountySheriffsOffice, POBox548,GreenCoveSprings,FL 32043-0548AttentionUnclaimedFunds Processing, Fiscal Department. Byhand-deliveryto901NorthOrange Avenue,GreenCoveSprings,FLand clearlymarkedUnclaimedFundsProcessing, Fiscal Department. Claimantmustprovidevalidproofof ownership,mailingaddressandphone numberwheretheymaybereachedin caseadditionalinformationisrequiredto support the claim. FULLNAME AMOUNT ADAMS, ADRIAN 24.88 ADAUTO, ROBERT 5.62 ALLEY, ALAN 3.66 ANDERSON, MARGARET 5.00 ANTHONY, CHARLES 8.00 AVALOS, ANTINO 1.21 BAILEY, SHONA 6.78 BASSETT, CODY 5.00 BENNETT, ADAM 14.84 BONHAM, PAULA 7.50 BRANTLEY, MICHAEL 5.00 BROWN, RICHARD 7.00 BROZEK, SHIRLEY 5.25 BUCHANAN, MICHAEL 11.00 BURCHFIELD, MARK 4.66 BUTTERBRODT, PATRICK 28.07 BYRD, TAKEADA 5.00 CARTER, RAYNARD 60.00 CHATMAN, MICHEAL 2.11 CHRISTOFF, KEVIN 13.00 COOPER, RICHARD 7.28 CORDOBA, TEODORA 3.00 CRAYTON, BRIAN 5.00 CRUZ, JOEL 6.25 DAVIS, JEREMEY 55.50 DEOSCA, DERIC 10.71 FALTA, BRUCE 11.00 FINCHUM, BENJAMIN 10.00 FORD, CURLEY 11.28 GARCIA, JERRY 24.00 GAUSE, KEITH 8.43 GODWIN, ROBERT 2.85 HALL, TAWNA 2.25 HATCHER, MARSHALL 5.00 HERNANDEZ, HERIBERTO33.00 HERRERA, MARVIN 6.73 HILL, CHARLES 7.40 HILL, ROBERT 5.00 HOBBS, SHERRIE 2.00 JENKINS-CUMMINGS, NICHOLE 1.00 JESSIE, WILLIAM 1.31 JONES, ENES 28.70 KNORP, DAVID 1.06 LATVENAS, VINCENT 35.00 LOPEZ-ORTIZ, EDWIN16.00 MARSH, RODNEY 6.17 MATHIS, JEFF 2.25 MCKENZIE, DANIEL 10.00 NATALE, SEAN 17.70 ORTAGUS, CANDICE 1.00 PARRISH,, BRANDON 3.78 PEREZ, LEE 47.00 PERRY, ELIZABETH 3.12 PIERRE, ARMANDY 17.64 POOLE, RUSSELL 41.00 PRICE, CHAD 21.00 RAMIREZ, CAROLINA 28.00 ROBINSON, TAMIKA 7.15 ROGERS, CHRISTOPHER10.38 ROMELO, ALBERTO 150.61 ROUSSELL, CORY 10.00 SALATAI, TUISANO 5.63 SANCHEZ, JONATHAN25.00 SANDERS, WILLIAM 9.00 SCHROER, CARIE 1.28 SMITH, JAMES 4.04 SMITH, TRAVIS 7.31 SPERRY, JAMES 7.32 ST. JOHN, ROBERT 2.91 STEINER, ROBERT 2.26 THOMAS, WAYNE 17.25 THOMPSON, LAURA 5.00 TIFFANY, SHANE 42.00 VICKERS, MARSHA 3.50 VILLAGRAN, JOSE 1.62 WHITE, JAMES 65.00 WIGGINS, DONNA 5.00 WILLIAMS, CHRISTOPHER13.96 WILLIAMS, THOMAS 15.00 WILSON, RICKEY 1.11 YOUMANS, ASHTON 2.61 Legal22634publishedJuly28,2011in ClayCountysClayTodaynewspaper ( 3850627 ) INVITATION TO BID SealedbidswillbereceivedbytheCit y ofGreenCoveSprings,FinanceDepartment,321WalnutStreet,GreenCove Springs,Florida32043,until, 10:00a.m. localtime,August16,2011 atwhichtime thebidswillbepubliclyopenedandread aloud,forthefollowingCityofGreenCove Springsproject: BidNo.08-11-01,Harbor Road WTP GST No. 1 Improvements Proposalsshallcomplywiththeconditions,instructions,specificationsandterms asdescribedinthebidpackage.Bidsshall bemailedordeliveredinpersontoCit y Hall,321WalnutStreet,GreenCove Springs,Florida32043,ATTN:AmyCole. Faxedorelectronic,telephonic,ororal transmittalswillnotbeaccepted.Anybid receivedafterthedesignatedclosingtime willberejected.Bidsshallbesealedinan envelopeandplainlymarked: BIDNO.0811-01,HarborRoadWTPGSTNo.1Improvements Biddersareexpectedtofullyinform themselvesoftherequirementsofthe specifications.Failuretodosoisatthe Biddersrisk.Bidderswillnotsecurerelief on the plea of error or misunderstanding. Biddersagreebysigninganddelivering aproposaltotheacceptanceofallterms, conditionsandspecificationsoftheBidInvitation.IfawardedtheBidbytheCity,all oftheaboveasacceptedwillconstitutethe agreementbetweentheparties. Bidsare validforaperiodof60calendardaysafter date of opening. Biddersdeclarethattheonlypersonsor partiesinterestedintheirBidarethose namedontheProposalForm.Theystate thattheirBidisinallrespectsfairandwithoutfraudandwithoutcollusionwithanyofficial,agent,oremployeeoftheCityoranyone submitting another bid. TheCityreservestherighttorequirethe successfulbiddertoexecuteacontractincorporatingallbiddocumentation,which containsstandardprovisionsfordefault,attorneyfees,termination,remedies,jurisdictionandotherconditionsdeemedlegall y appropriate by the City. TheCityreservestherighttoacceptor rejectanyorallbidsinwhole,oranypart thereof,waiveanyorallirregularities,and awardthebidtotheresponsiblebidderdeterminedtorepresenttheCitysbestinterests. TheCONTRACTDOCUMENTSmaybe examinedatthefollowinglocations:Cityof GreenCoveSpringsPublicWorks,900 GumStreet,GreenCoveSprings,Florida 32043,andMittauer&Associates,Inc., ConsultingEngineers,580-1WellsRoad, OrangePark,Florida32073,(904)2780030. Co p iesoftheCONTRACTDOCUp MENTSmaybeobtainedattheofficesof Mittauer&Associates,Inc.,(904)278-0030 uponpaymentofa non-refundable charge of$75.00foreachset.Onlycompletesets ofplansandspecificationswillbedistributed. By: Amy Cole July 28, 2011 THECITYOFGREENCOVESPRINGSIS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER Legal22635publishedJuly28,2011in ClayCountysClayTodaynewspaper ( 3850647 ) BID INVITATION ADVERTISEMENT SealedbidswillbereceivedbytheCit y ofGreenCoveSprings,FinanceDepartment,321WalnutStreet,GreenCove Springs,Florida32043,until, 10:00a.m. localtime,August23,2011 atwhichtime thebidswillbepubliclyopenedandread aloud,forthefollowingCityofGreenCove Springs: BidNo.08-11-02,Uniform Rental and Services. Proposalsshallcomplywiththeconditions,instructions,specificationsandterms asdescribedinthebidpackage.Bidsshall bemailedordeliveredinpersontoCit y Hall,321WalnutStreet,GreenCove Springs,Florida32043,ATTN:AmyCole. Faxedorelectronic,telephonic,ororal transmittalswillnotbeaccepted.Anybid receivedafterthedesignatedclosingtime willberejected.Bidsshallbesealedinan envelopeandplainlymarked: BIDNO.0811-02, Uniform Rental and Services. Biddersareexpectedtofullyinform themselvesoftherequirementsofthe specifications.Failuretodosoisatthe Biddersrisk.Bidderswillnotsecurerelief on the plea of error or misunderstanding. Biddersagreebysigninganddelivering aproposaltotheacceptanceofallterms, conditionsandspecificationsoftheBidInvitation.IfawardedtheBidbytheCity,all oftheaboveasacceptedwillconstitutethe agreementbetweentheparties. Bidsare validforaperiodof60calendardaysafter date of opening. Biddersdeclarethattheonlypersonsor partiesinterestedintheirBidarethose namedontheProposalForm.Theystate thattheirBidisinallrespectsfairandwithoutfraudandwithoutcollusionwithanyofficial,agent,oremployeeoftheCityoranyone submitting another bid. TheCityreservestherighttorequire thesuccessfulbiddertoexecuteacontract incorporatingallbiddocumentation,which containsstandardprovisionsfordefault,attorneyfees,termination,remedies,jurisdictionandotherconditionsdeemedlegall y appropriate by the City. TheCityreservestherighttoacceptor rejectanyorallbidsinwhole,oranypart thereof,waiveanyorallirregularities,and awardthebidtotheresponsiblebidderdeterminedtorepresenttheCitysbestinterests. BidInvitationpackagesmaybeobtainedatCityHallbetween7:00a.m.and 5:30p.m.MondaythroughThursdayorvia mailbycallingAmyColeatCityHall,phone (904) 529-2200 ext. 302. By: Amy Cole July 28, 2011 THECITYOFGREENCOVESPRINGSIS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER Legal22636publishedJuly28,2011in ClayCountysClayTodaynewspaper ( 3850801 ) PUBLIC AUCTION Thefollowingvehicleswillbesoldat public auction for towing and storage costs: 2002 Olds Intrigue VIN# 1G3WH52HX2F149826 G&MTowingInc.reservestherightto acceptandrejectanyandallbids.The auctionwillbeheldon08/15/2011at9:00 a.m.atG&MTowing,Inc.locatedat4995 Highway 17 S., Green Cove Springs, FL. Legal22637publishedJuly28,2011in ClayCountysClayTodaynewspaper ( 3850684 ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR CLAY COUNT Y CIVIL DIVISION CASE NO: 10-2009-CA-002440 DIVISION: B BAC HOME LOANS SERVICING, L.P. Plaintiff, Vs. ROMEOZANOANDJOSELYNZANO, MORTGAGEELECTRONICREGISTRATIONSYSTEMS,INC.,ANDUNKNOWN TENANTS/OWNERS, Defendants. NOTICE OF SALE NoticeisherebygivenpursuanttoFinal JudgmentofForeclosureforPlaintiffenteredinthiscauseonJuly20,2011,inthe CircuitCourtofClayCounty,Florida,Iwill sellthepropertysituatedinClayCounty, Florida, described as: LOT15,BOXXWOOD,ACCORDING TOPLATTHEREOFRECORDEDIN PLATBOOK42,PAGES68THROUGH 70,OFTHEPUBLICRECORDSOFCLA Y COUNTY, FLORIDA. Andcommonlyknownas: 3731BEDFORDDRIVE,MIDDLEBURG,FL32068; includingthebuilding,appurtenancesand fixtureslocatedtherein,atpublicsale,to thehighestandbestbidderforcash, on frontstepsoftheClayCountyCourthouse on August 31, 2011 at 10:00 a.m. Anypersonsclaiminganinterestinthe surplusfromthesale,ifany,otherthanthe propertyownerasofthedateofthelis pendensmustfileaclaimwithin60days after the sale. Dated this 20th of July, 2011. /seal / James B. Jett, Clerk of the Circuit Court By Alison Carter, Deputy Cler k LegalNo.22639publishedJuly28and Aug.4,2011inClayCountysClayToda y news p a p er. ( 3850762 ) REQUEST FOR BID NOTICEISHEREBYGIVENthatsealed proposalswillbereceiveduntil 4:00P.M., Monday,August29,2011 ,attheClay CountyAdminBldg,PurchasingDept,4th floor,477HoustonSt,GreenCoveSprings, FL 32043, for the following: BIDNO:10/11-19ClayCountyCourthouse Renovation Constructionplans/specificationsshall beobtainedfromLDIReproprintingfora non-refundableamountofapproximately $65.00(904)579-4027.Inordertoassure thatbiddersreceivealladdendaand/or clarificationstothebiddocuments,itis mandatorythatallbiddersobtainonesetof completebiddocumentsfromLDI Reproprintingtobeeligibletobidonthis project. AMandatorypre-bidmeetingis scheduledattheClayCountyCourthouse,825NOrangeAvenue,Green CoveSprings,FL32043at10:00a.m.on August 15, 2011. Bidswillbeopenedat1:00P.M.,oras soonthereafteraspossible,on Tuesday, August30,2011 intheClayCountyAdmin Bldg,ConferenceRoom"B",fourthfloor, 477HoustonSt,GreenCoveSprings,Florida.Bidswillnotbevalidunlessreceived by the proposal deadline. Proposalsrequireafive(5%)percent bidbondandmaynotbewithdrawnafterthescheduledopeningtimeforaperiod of thirty (30) days. AllcommunicationswiththeCountyregardingthisBidshouldbedirectedtoDonnaFish,PurchasingDivision,(904)2783761orbyemail: donna.fish@co.clay.fl.us AllinterestedVendors(Firms)mustreceive theBiddocumentsthroughtheClayCounty Purchasing Division. TheCountyreservestherighttowaive formalitiesinanybid,torejectanyorall bidswithorwithoutcause,includingthe lackofavailabilityofadequatefunds,regulatoryagencyrequirements,and/ortoacceptthebidthat,initsjudgment,willbein the best interest of the County of Clay. FOLLOWINGTHEBIDOPENINGAND TABULATION,A"NOTICEOFINTENT TOAWARDBID"ORA"NOTICEOFREJECTIONOFALLBIDS"WILLBEPOSTEDONTHEINTERNETAT : www.claycou nt yg ov.com/De p artments/Purchasin g /decisi

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CLAYTODAYONLINE.COM BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS July 28, 2011 CLAY TODAY 63 63 ygp g on_bids.htm THISWEBPAGECANALSOBEACCESSEDFROMTHE HOMEPAGEOFTHECOUNTYSWEBSITEAT: www.clayc ountygov.com BY FOLLOWINGTHE"NOTICEOFINTENT BIDS"LINKUNDERTHE"BUSINESS" ROLLOVERBUTTONONTHECOUNTYSHOMEPAGE.NOOTHERNOTICE WILL BE POSTED. PROSPECTIVEBIDDERSARENOTIFIEDTHATTHEFAILURETOINCLUDE WITHINTHESEALEDBIDENVELOPE, A PROPERBIDBONDOROTHERSECURITYAPPROVEDUNDERTHECOUNTY S PURCHASINGPOLICY,IFREQUIRED FORTHISSOLICITATION,ORTHEFAILURETOFILEAWRITTENPETITIONINITIATINGAFORMALPROTESTPROCEEDINGWITHINTHETIMESANDIN THEMANNERPRESCRIBEDINSECTION8.(N),OFSAIDPOLICY,SHALL CONSTITUTEAWAIVEROFTHERIGHT TOPROTESTTHEBIDSOLICITATION, ANYADDENDUMTHERETO,ORTHE BIDDECISION,ASAPPLICABLE,AND TOINITIATEAFORMALPROTEST PROCEEDINGUNDERSAIDPOLICY. THECOUNTYSPURCHASINGPOLICY CANBEVIEWEDATTHECOUNTY S WEBSITEBYFOLLOWINGTHEAPPROPRIATELINKSFROMTHEHOMEPAGE ADDRESS SET FORTH ABOVE. IFAPROSPECTIVEBIDDERISIN DOUBTWHETHERTHISSOLICITATION REQUIRESABIDBOND,SUCHPROSPECTIVEBIDDERISSOLELYRESPONSIBLEFORMAKINGAPPROPRIATE INQUIRY. Apersonoraffiliatewhohasbeen placedontheconvictedvendorlistfollowingaconvictionforapublicentitycrime maynotsubmitabidonacontracttoprovideanygoodsorservicestoapublicentity,maynotsubmitabidonacontractwith apublicentityfortheconstructionorrepair ofapublicbuildingorpublicwork,maynot submitbidsonleasesofrealpropertytoa publicentity,maynotbeawardedorperformworkasacontractor,supplier,subcontractor,orconsultantunderacontract withanypublicentity,andmaynottransact businesswithanypublicentityinexcessof thethresholdamountprovidedinSection 287.017,FloridaStatutes,forCATEGOR Y TWOforaperiodof36monthsfromthe dateofbeingplacedontheconvictedvendor list. Legal22644publishedJuly28,2011in Cla y Count y s Cla y Toda y news p a p er ( NOTICE OF IMPOUNDED LIVESTOCK To Whom It May Concern: Youareherebynotifiedthatthefollowing describedlivestock:1brownbaymale Shetlandponyisnowimpoundedat3984 SR16West,GreenCoveSprings,Cla y County,Florida.Theabovedescribedlivestockwill,unlessredeemedwithin3days fromdatehereof,beofferedforsaleat publicauctiontothehighestandbestbidderforcash.Publicationdate:July28, 2011. Sheriff Rick Beseler of Clay County Florida LegalNo.22645publishedJuly28,2011 inClayCountysClayTodaynewspaper. ( 3851251 ) SCHOOL DISTRICT OF CLAY COUNTY LEGAL PUBLIC NOTICE TheSchoolDistrictofClayCountywill holdaPublicHearingon Thursday,August18,2011 at7:00p.m.intheBoard RoomattheTeacherInserviceCenterat FlemingIslandHigh,2233VillageSquare Parkway,OrangePark,Florida,forthepurposeofamendingthe 2011-2012Codeof Student Conduct. Authorityfortheadoptionofthispolic y is FloridaStatute1006.07(2)andSchool BoardPolicy4.04.B.1.and2 .Anyone havinganylegalobjectiontothesubstance orproprietyofthisactionisencouragedto notifytheSuperintendentsOfficepriorto thePublicHearing.Allpersonswishingto speakonthispolicymaydosoatthisPublic Hearing. Theamendments(s)pertain(s)to studentdisciplineandstudentconduct Theprimaryaffectedpartiesofthisaction are schools,studentsandparent / g uardians .Theeconomicim p actonall g p affected persons is none CopiesoftheamendmentcanbeexaminedattheofficeoftheSuperintendentof SchoolsinGreenCoveSprings,Monday throughFriday,betweenthehoursof7:30 a.m.untilnoon,and1:00p.m.until4:00 p.m.Allobjectionsandquestionsonlegal issuesshouldbebroughttotheattentionof theSuperintendentandanattemptmadeto resolvetheseobjectionsandquestionsprior to the Public Meeting. Legal22647publishedJuly28,2011in ClayCountysClayTodaynewspaper ( 3851270 ) SCHOOL DISTRICT OF CLAY COUNTY LEGAL PUBLIC NOTICE TheSchoolDistrictofClayCountywill holdaPublicHearingon Thursday,August18,2011 at7:00p.m.intheBoard RoomattheTeacherInserviceCenterat FlemingIslandHigh,2233VillageSquare Parkway,OrangePark,Florida,forthepurposeofamendingSchoolBoardPolic y 5.08FoodandNutritionServices,D.1. c. Universal Free School Breakfast. Authorityfortheadoptionofthispolic y is FloridaStatute1006.06(5). Anyone havinganylegalobjectiontothesubstance orproprietyofthisactionisencouragedto notifytheSuperintendentsOfficepriorto thePublicHearing.Allpersonswishingto speakonthispolicymaydosoatthisPublic Hearing. Theamendments(s)pertain(s)to studentseligibleforfreeandreduced-price meals .Theprimaryaffectedpartiesofthis actionare schoolsandstudents .The economicimpactonallaffectedpersonsis none. CopiesoftheamendmentcanbeexaminedattheofficeoftheSuperintendentof SchoolsinGreenCoveSprings,Monday throughFriday,betweenthehoursof7:30 a.m.untilnoon,and1:00p.m.until4:00 p.m.Allobjectionsandquestionsonlegal issuesshouldbebroughttotheattentionof theSuperintendentandanattemptmadeto resolvetheseobjectionsandquestionsprior to the Public Meeting. Legal22648publishedJuly28,2011in ClayCountysClayTodaynewspaper ( 3851300 ) STATE OF FLORIDA, DEPARTMENT OF MILITARY AFFAIRS PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT Invitation to Bid TheStateofFlorida,DepartmentofMilitaryaffairs(DMA),Construction&Facility ManagementOffice(CFMO)requestsbids fromStateofFloridaregistered,qualified andlicensedContractorsforthefollowing projectslocatedatCampBlandingJoint Training Center, Starke, FL: FORCOMPLETEINFORMATIONAND SUBMISSIONREQUIREMENTSYOU MUSTGOTOTHEMYFLORIDA.COM VENDOR BID SYSTEM AT http://vbs.dms.state.fl.us/vbs/main_menu on or after 29 July 2011. PROJECT NUMBER: 211014 ConstructionofaParachute Shakeout/Rigging Facility. MANDATORYSITEVISITDATE :AsstatedintheadvertisementontheVendorBid System. BIDOPENINGDATE: Asstatedintheadvertisement on the Vendor Bid System. POINTOFCONTACT: DepartmentofMilitaryAffairs,Construction&FacilityManagementOffice,ContractManagement Branch(904)823-0256or827-8544,or email cfmocontracting@ng.army.mil. Legal22649publishedJuly28,2011in ClayCountysClayTodaynewspaper ( 3851353 ) UNCLAIMED MONEY Thefollowinglistofnamesandamounts arebeingheldbytheClayCountyClerkof theCourtsasunclaimedmoneys.InaccordancewithFloridaStatute116.21,unlesssuchmoneysareclaimedonorbefore September1,2011,thesameshallbedeclaredforfeitedtoClayCounty,Floridafor depositintotheClayCountyClerkofthe CircuitCourtsFineandForfeitureFunds. Ifyouwishtoclaimanyofthebelowlisted moneys,pleasecontacttheClerkofthe CircuitCourts,Attn:DonnaLawson,PO Box698,GreenCoveS p rin g s,FL32043, pg (904) 269-6317. NAME AMOUNT ADAM BLAND $ 75.00 ADAM KURTZ $ 11.08 ALEXANDER ACUNA $ 173.80 ANDRE BAHRI $ 10.00 ANTHONY LEITE $ 6.00 AUBREY JEAN HIGGINBOTHAM $ 15.00 BETSY ANN JAMES BURNETTE $ 15.00 BOBBIE DUDLEY $ 7.40 BORACK & ASSOCIATES PA $ 100.00 BRANDI HARRIS MARKIEWICZ $ 32.75 BRETT SMOCK $ 6.80 CAITLIN RILEY GENEREUX $ 2.00 CAPITAL ONE $ 100.00 CARLA HENRY $ 6.00 CATHY RODRIGUEZ $ 6.00 CHARLES FOSTER $ 8.00 CHARLES LOUIS FENWICK $ 15.00 CHAZ DAKOTA GOMILLION $ 6.00 CHERYL LYNNE CARTER $ 15.00 CHICAGO TITLE ORLANDO $ 12.00 CHRISTINA RIGEL $ 7.40 CHRISTOPHER FORE $ 10.00 CHRISTOPHER GILBERT $ 5.60 CHRISTOPHER LESTER $ 25.00 DANIEL CRAWFORD $ 7.40 DANIELLE CONLEY $ 40.00 DAVID CHURCH $ 21.00 DAVID ELLIOT RUHL $ 25.00 DAVID WILLIS LAW GROUP PA $ 3.00 DEANIE L. METZGER $ 50.00 DEANNA HARRELL SMITH $ 15.00 DEBRA RICHMOND $ 6.00 DUANE E. HARDY $ 78.00 EAST COAST TITLE OF JAX $ 10.50 ELDAR K ALIIEV $ 8.00 ELIZABETH ANN WITTMAN $ 15.00 ELIZABTH MAHONEY $ 7.40 ENID MICHELE LOFTERS $ 99.00 ERIC H LEDUC $ 50.00 ERICA MARINO $ 6.80 ERNEST W WILES $ 42.75 ERNIE ALBERTO PEREZ-DIAZ $ 15.00 ESTRELL MORRISON $ 8.00 ETTA O. LANE $ 2.32 EUNICE AUGENT $ 5.00 GEORGE LAMAR BESSENT $ 15.00 GEORGE THOMAS HILLING $ 15.00 GLENDA DARLENE HUTO $ 2.00 GLENN ZIRK BLYTHE $ 15.00 GREGORY DUNBAR $ 0.41 HAL S LEWIS $ 1.50 HAYT HAYT & LANDAU $110.00 HEATHER LANCEY $ 7.52 HEATHER VINCE $ 5.60 HENRY WINDHAM GREEN $ 5.00 HORTENSIA DANIELS $221.55 HUNTINGTON TITLE & ESCROW $ 1.50 JAMES BRAMLITT $ 5.30 JAMES LEE ASWEGAN $ 18.00 JAMES RICHARDSON $ 186.25 JANE TIMS $ 194.75 JANICE SYDOW $ 10.00 JANICE T. PERRY $ 220.46 JASON WAGNER $ 6.20 JEAN N. DENNIS $ 5.03 JESSE DANIEL TOMLINSON $ 14.00 JOANNE DEFULVIO $ 62.00 JOHN CAPOS $ 20.00 JOHN EDWARD PUFKO $ 15.00 JOHN W. CHANEY $ 22.25 JOSEPH DAVID RUSSO $ 15.00 JOSEPH F ROSEN ATTY $ 100.00 JOSEPH J. EDWARDS $ 114.23 JOSHUA PARRISH $ 7.40 JUSTIN COTTON $ 2.50 JUSTIN MCMURRAY $ 10.00 JUSTINA HESTER $ 8.60 KATIEJO LIN BRYANT $ 25.00 KAYLA WILKERSON $ 5.60 KELLY DEHART $ 7.40 KELVIN BELL $ 74.00 KENNETH J. ELLENBURG $ 116.12 KEYANA DUNCAN $ 6.80 KIM TRUITT $ 6.44 LESLEY BRIAN LAWSON $ 14.75 LILLIAN ANN MILHOAN $ 6.75 LINDA CLEMENTS FOX $ 15.00 LINDA M BACHHOFER $ 15.00 LINDSAY WHEARY $ 17.00 LISA A. JOHNSON $ 883.76 LISA R. TERRY $ 69.69 LUCY MAXFIELD $ 31.70 MALISH BATES $ 8.60 MARIAH FOSTER $ 8.00 MARK B MACLEAN ATTY $ 9.30 MARSHALL C WATSON PA $ 1064.50 MELINDA WEBB $ 2.00 MERCANTIEL BANK $ 10.00 MICHAEL CHERRY $ 15.00 MICHAEL WESLEY SEARCY $ 18.00 MICHAEL WESTBERRY $ 5.00 MINNIE JOHNSON $ 5.60 MORGAN STANDLEY SMITH BAR $100.00 MORRIS HARDWICK SCHNEIDER $12.50 NAEEM AKHTER $ 167.75 NATHANIEL E BARKSDALE $ 18.00 NATHANIEL VINTON CHESIRE $ 6.00 NATURAL NAIL CARE OF NE FL $100.00 NAVY FEDERAL CREDIT UNION $ 21.50 NORMAN HARRY GRAHAM $ 15.00 OPHELIA CUNNINGHAM $ 5.60 ORANGE PARK MEDICAL CENTER $100.00 PATRICK W. USERY $ 87.13 PATRIOT TITLE LLC $ 44.00 PAUL KING $ 241.66 PETER A PARATORE $ 36.00 PHYLLIS BANKS $ 2.52 POLLACK & ROSEN PA $ 100.00 R W SCHUPP ATTY $ 1,757.00 RANDOLPH CRAIG RANGEO $ 15.00 RASHARD BLACK $ 7.40 RELS TITLE $ 59.54 RENE WILLIAMS $ 5.00 RENEE ANN ABLAMA $ 20.00 RHIANNON LEIGH EVANS $ 14.75 RICHARD BART PAYNE $ 15.00 RICHARD ROLAND VALERIEN $ 8.00 RICKY CONOWAY $ 5.60 ROBERT S PRIBBLE $ 6.00 ROBERT T DEVINE ATTY $ 100.00 ROBERT WHITLOCK $ 19.01 ROBIN ELIZABETH WEBBER $ 15.00 RODMAN FORBES $ 171.79 RON M FIELDS $ 5.00 RUBIN & DEBSKI PA $ 100.00 RUSSELL DAVID WINN $ 6.00 RUTH CLARKE $ 10.40 RYAN MELLICHAMP $ 3.75 SAMUEL JAMAIN JONES $ 98.39 SARAH MAY ROBERTS $ 30.00 SCOTT A SHERLIN $ 15.00 SERENA J. MAYS $ 0.56 SERGIO FLORES $ 17.75 SETH JACOB ROWE $ 15.00 SHANNON STRICKLAND $ 10.00 SHAPIRO & FISHMAN LLP $ 70.00 SHAWNA A. RITTER $ 9.00 SIRILAK HARVEY-PRICE $ 591.00 SPENCER GILYARD $ 8.60 STEFANI K NOLAN $ 100.00 STEPHEN J DOUGLAS $ 10.00 STERLING TITLE OF NORTH FL $ 27.00 TERRY ROBERT BOYETTE $ 149.00 THOMAS HANCOCK MULHERON $ 30.00 THOMAS MAX REBER $ 15.00 TIKIA FARROW $ 3.50 TIMOTHY BOB GREENE $ 15.00 TIMOTHY CALLAHAN $ 7.40 TOBY GENE HARGETT $ 10.00 TRAVIAN ROBINSON $ 6.00 UNIFUND CCR PARTNERS GP $ 100.00 WATSON TITLE INS $ 3.00 WILLIAM CHRISTOPHER WEBB $ 15.00 WILLIAM SCOTT SAUNDERS $ 15.00 WILLIAM THOMPSON $ 1.50 WILLIE A.CARTLIDGE $ 55.48 ZACHARY STURCH $ 10.80 Legal 22650 published July 28, 2011 in Clay Countys Clay Today newspaper ( 3851954 ) Have you been instructed to run a legal notice? 1560 Kingsley Ave. Suite 1 Orange Park, FL 32073 Let us simplify things for you. Call or fax Marsha Robinson at 904-264-3200 ext. 25130. Receive a Free estimate and an affidavit (proof of publication) included in price after the process is completed. Have you been instructed to run a legal notice? Let us simplify things for you. Call or fax us at 904-264-3200. Receive a Free estimate and an affidavit (proof of publication) included in price after the process is completed. 3513 Hwy. 17 Fleming Island, FL 32003 TO DA Y CL AY ZOOM IN ON A BUYER Advertise your goods and services in the Classieds and reach hundreds of potential buyers. Call today to place your ad and make a sale quickly. TO DA Y CL AY 904-264-3200

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