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Title: Clay today
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Physical Description: v. : ill. (some col.) ; 36 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Clay Today
Place of Publication: Orange Park FL
Publication Date: 08-25-2011
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$AVE 85 WITH COUPONS INSIDE THIS ISSUE $ NEWS FOCUS TODAY CLAY FAITH WALK A new column will feature local pastors offering their Biblical teachings. See Page 2. THURSDAY, A UGUST 25, 2011 WWW.CLAYTODAYONLINE.COM VOLUME 41, NO. 34 75 INSERTS MUSIC MAN A former Clay County athlete has traded the football eld for faith. Page 27 DICKS S PORTING G OO D S S MART S OURCE C OUPONS LEGALS: ON PAGE 47 O R AT CLAYTO DAYO NLINE.C O M GREEN THUM B Are you having problems growing grass? Are insects are attacking your garden? Then read Ray Zerbas weekly column inside. HANANIA AUTOMOTIVE GROUPS PORTS FOCUS SPECIAL TO CLAY TODAY U.S. Army Lt. Col. Michael Enos hams it up after he and fellow soldiers serving in Afghanistan received 120 boxes of Girl Scout cookies, courtesy of a Cookies for Courage campaign undertaken by Brownie Troop 850. Enos niece, Emma Howle, is a member of the troop that includes students at Coppergate and Doctors Inlet elementary schools. Enos serves in the Armys Afghan Finance Threat Cell. State should cut Clay Co. slack: Board Clay Today staff FLEMING ISLAND Should Clay and other Florida counties with high performing school districts receive special exemptions from some mandatory state education requirements? Clay County School Board members believe they should. And they are going to talk to state legislators about working to exempt Clay and 12 other high performing districts, particularly from unfunded state programs. At their board meeting Thursday, Aug. 18, School Board members discussed a list of leg islative priorities drawn up by board member Charlie Van Zant Jr., who said its time for the Duck killings bring arrest By Stephen Kindland Staff writer GREEN COVE SPRINGS A 29-year-old Clay County Public Works employee has been placed on administrative leave after being arrested and charged with mutilating four ducklings with a lawn mower attachment. Jennifer Bethelmy, a county Human Re sources department coordinator, said that Mark Preston Akers of Middleburg, a Department of Public Works employee since March of 2000, has been placed on paid leave until an internal investigation is completed. Akers was arrested on Wednesday, Cookies lift soldiers spirits By Stephen Kindland Staff writer MIDDLEBURG -Members of Brownie Troop 850 put smiles on the faces of several U.S. troops stationed in Afghanistan after sending them 120 boxes of Girl Scout cookies as part of their recently completed Cookies for Courage campaign. The Brownies sold cookie sponsorships at booths situated in front of local supermarkets and hardware stores, and after their original SEE BOARD, 19 SEE DUCK, 34 SEE COOKIES, 28 View the entire paper ONLINE! at www.claytodayonline.com

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2 CLAY TODAY A ugust 25, 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 This building, when purchased by Moosehaven in the 1920s, was a frame structure with a distinct Vic torian flavor and Orange Parks Marion Hotel. After extensive exterior modifications, including massive stone porches and a coat of concrete and embedded small rocks applied to every other exposed surface, the building became Moosehavens Brandon Hall. Orange Park had just a taste of Roaring s Roof ripping faith From the late 1990s, Orange Park was in a bit of a slump because freezes had decimated the citrus production industry and fickle northern tourist spent winters and their money elsewhere. Now, make no mistake, Orange Park of the twenties was not covered up with flap pers and raccoon coats but...the pace of life definitely picked up. The Loyal Order of Moose, electricity, telephones, the first fire engine and Yale Universitys laboratory for the study of primate behavior came to town along with the bob haircut, synco pated rhythms, mah-jongg gaming, and a wayward flagpole sitter (immediately dis couraged by Deputy Marshall Alan Har rington). Miro Rio, a Mediterranean Revival man sion started the decades building boom. It was followed by a new town hall, a new jail on the southeast corner of Reed and Mc Intosh, a fire station and major transfor mations to the buildings purchased by the Loyal Order of Moose. In 1921, Caleb Johnson retired as president of Palmolive Soap Company and purchased property on the St. Johns River adjacent to his sister, Karrie Ferguson, to build the fabulous Miro Rio. Grand in proportion and opulent in fur nishings, it was the perfect setting to enter tain their wealthy and influential friends. Locals vicariously lived the real Roaring Twenties through their observations of the goings on at the Johnsons estate. Another big time newcomer in town, The Loyal Order of Moose, purchased the Marion Hotel complex on the river, the en tire southwest corner at Kingsley and Park Ave. (then Barrett Street), and continued to collect assorted other parcels. The large buildings on these properties were remodeled to become retirement homes for members of the Moose organization and their wives. For years affluent residents fussed with unpredictable gasoline powered gen erators. Others made do with kerosene for light. Almost all cooked on wood stoves. The arrival of electricity was a big deal. Everyone man, woman and child had something to do in preparation for the big day, February 28, 1924. After weeks of preparation the festivi ties began at 2 p.m. on the Moosehaven grounds with speeches by visiting dignitar ies including Mayor Alsop, representing the City of Jacksonville. Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts demon strated their skills in athletics. After sunset, Mrs. Marson, widow of a former councilman and deemed to be the longest resident of Orange Park pressed the switch to bring electricity to Orange Park and, with the street lamps lighting the way, the crowd adjourned to the town hall for an oyster supper with all the trimmings and dancing into the night. The next decade would bring the Great Depression. Id like to share one of my favorite Bible stories with you, its found in Luke 5:17-26,(NIV). Let me set the scene, Jesus is in a house teaching, and as you would expect theres wall to wall people. While Jesus is teaching, there are four friends carrying a friend, who is a paralytic to Jesus, because they knew Jesus could heal him. But when they ar rived at the house there was no way in. But these guys would not be discouraged or denied, so they proceeded to take him up to the roof. They were bound and de termined to get him to Jesus. I want you to understand the task these guys are about to undertake, so here are some facts about the roofs of that day. First of all there were stairs on the side of the house that led to the roof. The roofs were used as an additional room, in very hot nights one might sleep on the roof. What that tells us, is the roof was structurally sound, in other words it wasnt made of palm branches. In fact it was quite strong, the process of mak ing the roof began with wooden beams stretching from front to back, which were overlaid with branches which were covered with clay that would be flattened with stone rollers, layer after layer until the roof would support several people. (Back to our story), so they get on the roof and immediately begin to tear at the roof with their bare hands, and Im sure, anything they could use as a tool. When the hole is big enough they let their friend down into the room, right in front of Jesus. Verse twenty tells us, when Jesus saw their faith, he said friend, your sins are forgiven. Well, that caused quite a stir; so Jesus thought he would stir the pot a little more. So he healed the man, and the once paralytic man picked up his mat and carried it home. I call this kind of faith, roof ripping faith. It is when you will not be discour aged or denied access to the Lord and savior Jesus Christ. Why not begin exer cising a roof ripping faith in your prayer life and in your walk with God. I believe when you do, you will see extraordinary blessings and Gods favor abound in your life. Faith Walk Pastor Ira Cloud 500 days remain until the start of Viva Florida 500 Special to Clay Today TALLAHASSEE -On Friday, Aug. 19, Gov. Rick Scott joined Secretary of State Kurt Browning, Ambassador Cristina Bar rios, Consul General to Spain, and several international business leaders to start the 500 day countdown to Floridas 500th an niversary year. Throughout 2013, Floridas 500th an niversary year, the state will be commem orating its rich and diverse history dating back to 1513, when Juan Ponce de Leon became the first European to explore Flor ida or any other part of what is now the United States of America. Floridas 500th anniversary is a mile stone unlike any other in the history of the United States, Scott said. By showcasing the diversity and depth of Florida history, we will spur new interest in our state and create new opportunities for our business es, while also helping educate people of all ages about how Florida has positively im pacted our country and the world. Floridas quincentennial commemora tion, officially called Viva Florida 500, is being coordinated by the Florida Depart ment of State in partnership with individu als, organizations and businesses through out Florida. The purpose of Viva Florida 500 is to showcase the variety of historic people, places and events that have helped shape Florida. All areas of Florida are anticipated to play a role in the commemoration, which will include many activities and events, as well as educational programming. Juan Ponce de Leon wasnt the first SEE VIVA FLORIDA, 9

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CLAYTODAYONLINE.COM BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS A ugust 25, 2011 CLAY TODAY 3 Special Thanks! T o all voluntee rs, sponsors and those who donated to help mak e the Brian K elley Benet a success! W e ar e ov e r whelmed and ov e rjoy ed b y the ou tpouring of gene rosity and compassion b y all of you in the community W e cannot expr ess enough gr atitude for all of the seless acts we ha v e witnessed on Brians behalf. Thank you from the bot tom of our hear ts. The Brian K elle y F amily When people come to g ether mir acles do happen. Happy Anniver sar y Leslie and Susan Dic k mar r ied A ugust 28th, 1 946 P roud parents of se v en, grandpar ents of se v enteen, great grandpar ents of ten. Love from All of Us! 65 years County plans economic development summit Rotary sets bike ride fund-raiser By Stephen Kindland Staff writer GREEN COVE SPRINGS County com missioners have directed County Manager Stephanie Kopelousos to set up a multiagency summit to coordinate econom ic development and growth management efforts at the re gional level because Gov. Rick Scott has dismantled the state Department of Com munity Affairs. DCA is the states land planning and community development agency. Its main role has been to assist community compli ance with the states growth management laws. Board of County Commissioners chair man Travis Cummings said during a BCC meeting held on Tuesday, Aug. 23 that be cause DCAs responsibilities recently have been pushed down to the local level, co ordinated efforts are necessary to ensure consistency and a sense of order. Commissioner Doug Conkey, who also is chairman of the Northeast Florida Transportation Planning Organization, was emphatic about meeting those objectives during Tuesdays meeting. I think it is clear that with the massive changes that came out in Tallahassee, in particular, growth management, that it is vitally important that we be proactive and put a plan in place, Conkey said. Once the economy turns and people start com ing in for that growth, we are prepared with a plan in place because if were not, theyre going to bring their experts in and theyre going to dissect us. Itll be interesting to see how this plays out because youre going to have 67 counties -400 plus municipalities [with] different versions of growth management, he said. Many policies are going to get re vamped. Many of our procedures are going to get revamped. Concurrencies are going to be revamped. Conkey also said he would like the re gional conference tentatively scheduled for late September at the Thrasher-Horne Center on College Drive to include rep resentatives from the Northeast Florida TPO, the St. Johns River Water Manage ment District, the Clay County Chamber of Commerce, the Jacksonville Port Au thority (JAXPORT) and JAXUSA, formerly known as Cornerstone Regional Develop ment Partnership. Commissioner Wendell Davis agreed. We need to discuss how to stream line [economic development], he said. Less bureaucracy but with a plan. We need to find a blend that is good for Clay County and its citizens. Danita Andrews, vice president of the Clay County Chamber of Commerces eco nomic development program, lauded the boards efforts. Its really good to know that you all as county commis sioners have eco nomic development as a priority as it should be, she said. I think this is a good opportunity for us to look at working more closely together and increasing the com munication as well. Also on Tuesday, the board unani mously agreed to become more involved with JAXUSA by paying the partnership $50,000 each year to include Clay County in its national and international marketing efforts, rather than giving the money to the Clay County Chamber of Commerce for remittance, as the county has been doing since the mid-1990s. The move would ensure that the BCC has a seat at the JAXUSA table, commis sioners agreed. Kopelousos likely would fill the seat. Conkey said the amount of the coun tys contribution could change if JAXUSA agrees to an arrangement that includes a base payment with incentives based on performance. I want to see some production, he said. Im going away more from just writ ing a blanket check, handing it to you and at the end of the year going, What did I get for whatever that amount was? Im not so keen into just cutting a check. Commissioner Chereese expressed support. I think dollars are tight, and I think this is a great idea, she said It would be nice to hear from our county manager di rectly if she has a seat at this table. Stephanie Kopelousos T ravis Cummings Clay Today staff GREEN COVE SPRINGS The third annual Rotary Bike Ride for Charity spon sored by the Green Cove Springs Rotary Club will be held Saturday, Aug. 27, starting at Hibernia Baptist Church on U.S. Highway 17. Early registration is $30 and $35 the day of the ride. Registration starts at 7 a.m.; the ride begins at 8. Organizers say there will be ample parking, and that a nearby bike shop will be open for riders to purchase last-min ute items. The ride will consist of either a 25or 65-mile rural route through south ern Clay County along safe roads. Proceeds will go to local charities supported by the Green Cove Spring Ro tary, including scholarships, a food pan try, schools and scout troops. A barbecue lunch will be held at the end of the ride, and a massage therapist will be avail able. The event offers free tee shirts and water bottles for participants. SEE FUND-RAISER, 6

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4 CLAY TODAY A ugust 25, 2011 BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS CLAY T ODAYONLINE.COM 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 Could you live without TV? Its Your Opinion, Clay County Tabitha Saavedra, 34, Green Cove Springs Y es I could as long as I have my computer. Kim Caldwell, 45, Green Cove Springs Y es I could. Books are more exciting and help your imagination grow. Cindy Beck, 49, Middleburg Y es. I go to church and have plenty of things there to occupy my time. Linda Hatcher, 68, MiddleburgNo, but I wish I could. As you mature you get your rest in front of the T V. Guest Column September celebrates literacy and draws attention to the issue Since 1995, Clay County Literacy Coalition has helped more than 1600 adult learners work toward their read ing goals. In the United States alone, 30 million people over age 16 do not read well enough to understand a newspaper story written at the eighth grade level or fill out a job application. Here in Clay County, more than 17,000 adults are functionally illiterate. Functional illiteracy is the inability to utilize reading, beyond very basic skills, to accomplish daily tasks and job duties. Many adults in this category may also be native speakers of another language, and need to improve their English. CCLC, Inc. empowers adults with the English literacy skills needed to par ticipate confidently in society. Imagine how much more difficult medical issues would be if you couldnt understand how to fill out forms, or read the direc tions on your prescription. Think if you had to tell a child, yours or a relatives, that you cant read them that favorite book. What if you lacked the conversa tion skills needed to interview for a job, or if youve worked for years without completing high school and now find yourself unemployed? You need help to pass the GED before you can apply for other jobs. A significant portion of our commu nity unnecessarily faces these and oth er challenges each day. Many individu als have not yet found help. CCLC can match students with a caring tutor who will work each week to ensure goals are met and that learning progresses. September is National Literacy Month and CCLC will spend Thursday, Septem ber 15th honoring tutors with a special lunch event. Sept. 8 is International Literacy Day. Did you know that globally, 774 million adults are illiterate in their na tive languages? Here are some ways you can cel ebrate and promote literacy: Sign-up to volunteer with Clay County Literacy Coalition. Help is need ed to tutor students and also to help with events and other activities throughout the community. The next tutor training class is Saturday August 27th 9am3:30pm. See contact information below to register and tell a friend! Refer someone you know to CCLCperhaps a relative or a fellow church member; if you are a teacher you may know a students parent who could benefit from the services. Join a book club. Read to your children regularly. Be compassionate and helpful to those you encounter who may be less literate than you. Clay Literacy is in the Adult Con tinuing Education department at Or ange Park High School, 2306 Kingsley Ave, Wing A. For information, call Dianne Costel lo, tutor coordinator, at (904) 272-5988 or go online to www.clayliteracy.org. Suzanne Tomlinson Clay Literacy Volunteer BCC chair is surprised by Brown stance Dear Editor: I am surprised to hear of Mayor Browns concerns about the long awaited construc tion of the First Coast Outer Beltway. Du val County and the entire region will greatly benefit from this project, which will immediately create thousands of jobs and result in long term eco nomic development opportunities. The First Coast Outer Beltway has gone through many years of planning, with citi zen input being given at public hearings all across Northeast Florida. The goal to avoid new or increased taxes has been met with the current funding plan of user fees (tolls) being far more equitable to all of our con stituents. The Clay County Commission fully sup ports the Florida Department of Transpor tation and its plans to construct this major roadway. Like Jacksonvilles J. Turner But ler Boulevard, the First Coast Outer Belt way can and will have a tremendous ben efit to area residents and businesses. We are grateful to Gov. Scott, Lt. Gov. Carroll, Secretary Prasad and all the other stake holders that have given so much of their time and energy to find a way to make this roadway a reality. Travis Cummings, chairman Clay County Commission Home Instead program bringing holiday to seniors is returning Dear Editor: Here we are again --Jingle Bell, Jingle Bell, Jingle All The Way. Home Instead Senior Cares Be a Santa to a Senior kick-off luncheon will be held on Tuesday, Aug. 30,. at Ameris Bank in Flem ing Island, 11:30 a.m. Jami Kelly with Home Instead Senior Care is chairperson and your contact per sond. You can contact Jami at our office, (904) 215-8520. Peggy Brooks with Ameris Bank has graciously offered her building to meet, gather, store and wrap the gifts, collected for the county wide (Clay and Duval) pro gram. Please RSVP. A head count is need ed, lunch will be provided. RSVP, please. As in years past, we ask for volunteers to gather names of lonely and/or needy se niors throughout the community. Financial donations are always welcomed. Check may be made payable to the Clay County Senior Advocacy Council, a 501c3 Corp. The dona tions will be earmarked for the Be a Santa program. We will provide additional infor mation at the kick-off luncheon. Items such as house slippers, robes, LETTERS TO THE EDITOR SEE LETTERS, 6

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CLAYTODAYONLINE.COM BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS A ugust 25, 2011 CLAY TODAY 5 Floridians win if AT&T and T-Mobile combine Why the AT&T, TMobile merger must be stopped By Dan Gillmore of Salon.com The announcement that the company calling itself AT&T has reached a deal to buy T-Mobiles U.S. arm was a no-brainer. Rather than building out its own network, it covets the network -and more -of a competitor that offers lower prices and better customer service. Its a great deal for AT&T, and barring a sudden awakening of the Obama administration to the bene fits of competition in telecommunications, this buyout will go forward -to the huge benefit of two telecom giants and the det riment of everyone else. Lets be clear. If the Obama adminis tration fails to block this deal, it will be setting the lowest possible bar in approv ing mergers and buyouts. This buyout could not be more obviously bad for competition -and therefore bad for customers -and antitrust enforcement is designed precise ly for protecting competition. When I said there would be two ma jor winners in this deal, I was referring to Verizon, the largest mobile carrier in the nation, as the other one. AT&T is currently second largest, with Sprint and T-Mobile trailing. A combined AT&T and T-Mobile would be a bit larger than Verizon, with Sprint in a very distant third place. Were talking about creating an effec tive duopoly, or something not too short of that. Business history shows no case in which a duopoly proved beneficial to com petition, or to customers. AT&T wants us to believe theres plenty of competition. This is sophistry. A few re gional and tertiary players do exist, but they have none of the reach, and not nearly the same level of capabilities and service, that you can get from todays Big 4. They would be utterly dwarfed by the Big 2 plus Sprint in the new world. Consider the airline business. Today, we have three major carriers left: Delta, American and United-plus-Continental (the latter two are in a merger). A host of smaller carriers, including the increas ingly beefy Southwest, keep the big ones mostly in line on price on most routes. But does anyone believe wed be better off with just two mega-airlines, other than some industry executives and shareholders? This is plainly not a perfect analogy, but it gives you a sense of whats at stake. More important, T-Mobile has offered competitive service plans including my ability to bring my own phone and get a discounted monthly rate. All of the other carriers force customers to pay the same rate whether they buy a supposedly subsi dized phone or bring their own -an outra geous policy that, if we had actual regula The week of Aug. 25-30 compiled from Clay Today archives. 10 Years Ago Branan Field-Chaffey Road sched uled to open to motorists on Sept. 4 Dominos Pizza opens in Middleburg 15 Years Ago Sheriff Lancaster asks for $1.1 mil lion budget increase Orange Parks LeAnn Shannon wins a gold medal in the Paralympics in At lanta, Ga. Ground broken for new Clay County jail expansion in Green Cove Springs Top 5 NASCAR drivers for 1996: Dale Jarrett, Terry Labonte, Dale Earn hardt, Jeff Gordon, Ernie Irvan 20 Years Ago More than 300 NADEP employees rehired to help modify an antisubmarine aircraft Three dozen tombstones in Magno lia Cemetery vandalized Keystone Teen Center opens 25 Years Ago Fair Lanes Bowling ad: Bowling, soft drinks, hot dogs and shoes, 50 cents each Ridgeview Middle School ready for opening day Jeff Long named new head baseball coach at Clay High School 30 Years Ago Clay County Commissioners contin ue discussion on turning Brannan Field Road from Blanding north to Old Middle burg Road a toll road. Nearly 17,000 students to attend Clay County schools on first day U.S. Embassy in Peru bombed Space Shuttle Columbia preparing for launch 40 Years Ago J.P. Hall re-elected chairman of Clay County Hospital Authority 45 Years Ago Clay County schools enroll 7000 students, up 1000 students from 1965. All cattle owners in Clay County meet to discuss brucellosis quarantine This week in Clay Co. history Special to Clay Today AT&Ts acquisi tion of T-Mobile USA offers tremendous benefits for consum ers. Both AT&T and T-Mobile are in the business of keeping up with consumer demand. The acqui sition will help the combined compa nies to continue to meet this demand by providing them with the capacity to drive innovation and competitive prices for con sumers. And most importantly, it will help the combined companies deliver what con sumers expect in a wireless world fewer dropped calls, faster speeds and access to state-of-the-art mobile broadband Internet service whether they live in a large city, a small town or rural areas. The acquisition will benefit Florida consumers in many ways: improving ser vice quality and network capacity, fos tering innovation, increasing competi tive pressure and helping to ensure that America remains a global leader in mobile broadband. The U.S has led the world in mobile broadband usage and innovation. From 2007 to 2010, data volumes on the AT&T network increased by a staggering 8,000 percent. By 2015, that data volume is expected to be eight to 10 times what it was in 2010. Both AT&T and T-Mobile USA face spectrum shortage or even spectrum exhaustion in some markets, challeng ing each companys ability to support the boom in customer demand. The acquisi tion provides the fastest, most efficient and certain solution to the impending wireless exhaustion facing both companies. Combining these two companies facili tates the spread of mobile broadband cov erage, which can bring small towns and communities many benefits in education, health care and economic development. With the approval of the merger, AT&T has committed to provide cutting-edge 4G Long Term Evolution (LTE) mobile Internet service to more than 97 percent of the U.S. population thats more than 300 million Americans, nearly 55 million more people and one million additional square miles than under our pre-merger plans. LTE will give more businesses located in rural America the same powerful tools enjoyed by those located in major cities. And, ru ral consumers will particularly benefit from real-time access to a wide range of resources that would not otherwise be as readily available. The expanded 4G LTE deployment and increased spectrum efficiencies result ing from the acquisition will help tie our communities to one another. Through dis tance learning programs, schools will be able to bring specialized teachers to their students and will be able to bring students new curriculum and experiences. Smaller and larger districts will have the same opportunities. Telemedicine services will allow residents in rural communities to get remote treatment from doctors in dif ferent areas. With access to cutting-edge technology, area small businesses will be able to stay competitive with larger com panies. In the end, the combination of AT&T and T-Mobiles compatible networks will lead to community development and economic growth. Florida must be able to keep up in the digital age. Expanded advanced, highspeed mobile broadband services will spur demand for new innovative applications and service for all of us. Getting these services to more hard-to-reach communi ties and businesses and maximizing the existing services we have will improve the quality of life here in Florida. Marshall Criser III President AT&T Florida Marshall Criser III SEE MERGER, 6 ----ISSUE DEBATE: PRO AND CON -----

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6 CLAY TODAY A ugust 25, 2011 BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS CLAY T ODAYONLINE.COM tion to ensure consumer fairness, would not be permitted. (We have no serious regulation in America, of course.) T-Mobiles customer service people are unfailingly polite and knowledgeable. Thats unique among U.S. carriers. It has by far the best privacy protection of any mobile data provider. T-Mobile puts as much crapware -unwanted applications that are difficult to remove -on the phones it subsidizes as anyone else. But unlike AT&T (and the rest), it cheerfully unlocks its phones af ter a reasonable period. This is important mainly for people who travel abroad; we can buy local SIM cards (only works for GSM phones, and AT&T blocks this anyway by refusing to unlock the phones its cus tomers have paid for) for lower-cost ser vice in other countries. AT&T is widely loathed by its custom ers. Its lagged in deploying 3G bandwidth on its wireless network and has a history of collaborating with illegal government spying on its customers. Om Malik makes a persuasive case that Google is a major loser in this deal. He writes: In T-Mobile, it has a great partner for its Android OS-based devices. Now the company will be beholden to two massive phone companies Verizon and AT&T who are going to try to hijack An droid to serve their own ends. Dont be surprised if you see AT&T im pose its own will on what apps and ser vice are put on its Android smartphones. I wouldnt be surprised to see the worst phone company in the U.S. (according to Consumer Reports) tries to create its own app store and force everyone to buy apps through it. The biggest losers, of course, are all of us who want to see actual competition in an increasingly restrictive marketplace. This is not a good deal for anyone but AT&T and its shareholders, and it should be stopped in its tracks. ( A longtime participant in the tech and media worlds, Dan Gillmor is director of the Knight Center for Digital Media Entrepreneurship at Arizona State Universitys Walter Cronkite School of Journalism & Mass Communication.) CORRESPONDENT PHOTO BY TONYA DAVIE Biking to schoolWith Clay County schools back in session, there are plenty of school-age children -including this group at Doctors Inlet Elementary School -riding bicycles on their way to and from classes. The Clay County Sheriffs Office and crossing guards are encouraging drivers to keep their eyes open for bicyclists and pedestrians, particularly around schools during the weekdays. Retail gas prices dip Special to Clay Today JACKSONVILLE Average retail gaso line prices in Jacksonville have fallen by 3.1 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $3.50/g. This compares with the national average that decreased by 1.4 cents per gallon in the last week to $3.58/g, according to gasoline price web site JacksonvilleGasPrices.com. Including the change in gas prices in Jacksonville during the past week, prices yesterday were 87.4 cents per gal lon higher than the same day one year ago and are 14.0 cents per gallon lower than a month ago. The national average has moved lower by 10.4 cents per gal lon during the last month and stands 86.7 cents per gallon higher than this day one year ago. Overall demand for gasoline is not likely to increase any time soon and we should not be surprised to see crude oil slip to the mid 70s this week as the price at the pump edges lower too, says Gregg Laskos ki, senior petroleum analyst. sweats, non-perishable food items, etc. are just a few of the items needed and re quested by seniors. If you know anyone that would like to donate items, please contact me. Items may be dropped off at our office at 165 Wells Road, Suite 301, Orange Park or we will gladly pick them up. Trees will go up throughout the com munity at various locations on Nov. 1 and remain up until Dec. 5. The public will take an ornament, purchase the gifts, and return the gifts to the location where the ornament was taken. A gift wrapping party will take place at Ameris Bank date and time to be announced! We are so looking forward to seeing you again this year and with all your help having another Be a Santa to a Senior successful event. Thank you all so much for all you do, Toni Marinelli, owner AAA Marinelli Home Care, Inc. Letters FROM PAGE 4 More information is available online at www.RotaryBikeRide.com. Last years event drew 200 riders, more than double the number that took part the year before. Fund-raiser FROM PAGE 3 Merger FROM PAGE 5

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CLAYTODAYONLINE.COM BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS A ugust 25, 2011 CLAY TODAY 7 SPECIAL TO CLAY TODAY Melrose artNew artwork by F rank C. Barone entitled Painting Lake Wauburg will be on display Sept. 1-30 at the Melrose Bay Art Gallery, 103 State R oad 26. There will be a reception from 6 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Sept. 9 at the gallery. New landscape paintings of the changing light, water, sky and archi tecture seen at the U niversity of Floridas Lake Wauburg in Micanopy. This oil/canvas painting is entitled: Lake Wauburg, South Entrance, Boat Slip and Kayaks,

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8 CLAY TODAY A ugust 25, 2011 BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS CLAY T ODAYONLINE.COM F ertilizing plants and grass are important part of maintaining a healthy lawn and should be done on a regular schedule. But fertilizer, such as this dumped on the leaves of a bush, do no good if it doesnt reach the roots of the plants. Remember to get fertilizer down to plants roots I live in a condo community which uses one of the commer cial landscape maintenance companies to take care of our properties. These are people that we pay because we as sume they know what they are doing and that it is in the best interest of our plants. Not al ways true I have witnessed! I found one of their work ers the other day fertilizing our shrubs with one of those around the neck fertilizer applicators, walking through our shrub beds and scattering fertilizer right over top of the plants. This shows a total igno rance of plants and how they grow roots! Studies have shown that plant roots grow out from the stems of plants some two to three times the farthest most reach es of their branches and the real roots that take up nutrient and water are toward the middle to end of those main roots not un der the plant itself. Larger roots (those nearest the plant), for the most part are just transportation arteries for a plant and really dont take up much nutrient or wa ter, so why would anyone throw fertilizer in to the center of a plant at all? There are no take up roots in the center of plant! Money is wasted that was spent on the fer tilizer because the plant will never have the opportunity to even use what was ap plied. In fact, often the plant is so burned and injured by these fertilizer particles that it is predisposed to invasion by vari ous fungus diseases. This practice is not plant-friendly! When fertilizing a plant dont throw the fertilizer into the plant itself. Instead, apply it at the drip edge of the plant and outwards several feet distance depending on how large the plant it is. Because roots exist way beyond a plant, there is anoth er implication for us that be ing how and where we make weed killer applications. Most herbicide labels clearly state do not apply over the roots of desirable plants. Since those plants (if they have any size to them) can easily have their roots well into the lawn area, the use of weed and feed products within as much as 15 feet (perhaps more for a tree) is strongly inadvisable especially if that tree tends to have its roots close to the surface anyway such is the case with maples, elms, citrus, and willows. I repeatedly see people having issues with these particular trees if they use weed and feed combo products in their landscape. Bottom line, dont use weed and feed products if you have desirable plants any where within 15 or so feet of the area to be treated. In fact, if you continue to see weeds come up a few months after you ap ply these, why use them at all they are obviously not working on the particular weeds you are seeing your entire land scape may likely be healthier if you avoid weed and feed combos altogether. Instead use straight fertilizers (without weed kill ers in them) and spot treat weedy areas, if you prefer not to hand pull which is Seasonal concerns from gardeners RAY H. ZERBA JR. Extension Agent IV Clay County always the more Florida-Friendly way to control weeds. There are many reasons why large sections of yard may be dying I have lost a large area in my St. Augustinegrass. What should I do? Will this grass come back? There can be lots of reasons for the loss of a portion of your lawn and you may never know what caused it to die but the fact now is if the grass is totally brown, it is dead and will not come back. What you should do next depends upon the extent of the loss. If there are green patches inside the dead areas, it may be that the lawn can recover by growing new runners into the dead area, however, we dont have a long time before cooler weather will come on so if the distance is more than 12 inches between the clumps of green, you should consider adding more grass pieces to help with the fill in. Step one is to rake out the dead run ners so that these green patches can grow and encounter soil rather than dead or ganic matter. They will root better and fill in faster. In addition, this will result in less thatch build up in the year to come. Step two is to find a good patch of grass along a plant bed or sidewalk and take out a four inch wide strip of grass (with roots and soil). Dont worry about the empty trench that is left behind, the grass will soon fill it in. Plant the strips of grass in side-by-side rows six inches apart, just as if you were planting rows of vegetables. These strips need to be at least four inches wide to provide enough root material for the strips to rapidly recover from the transplant and begin sending out runners to fill in the spaces between the rows. This is a free way to replace dead areas and by using your own grass, you do not have to worry about it being a different variety of St. Augustinegrass than you are already growing. My one word of caution is to be sure to make the trenches in which you place the strips deep so that no cut roots are showing otherwise, the strips may themselves brown. It is in fact bet ter to plant these strips too deep that too shallow just so the grass blades are still above ground. If the area is too large to do this, then buying more sod will be necessary to re pair the dead areas. You still need to rake To Subscribe Call 1-800-759-6397 www.CLAYTODAYONLINE.com Q. R. Planting strips of St. A ugustinegrass to replace dead spots is one way to get a yard looking healthy again. 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CLAYTODAYONLINE.COM BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS A ugust 25, 2011 CLAY TODAY 9 FI Lions donate to Conklin Center Irene is a reminder to be prepared Special to Clay Today KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Hurricane Irene is expected to pass east of the Northeast Florida coastline Friday eve ning, according to projections by the National Hurricane Center. On this pro jected path, the strongest winds of Irene will be offshore. Clay Electric urges its members to monitor the progress of Irene as she moves northward. A westward deviation in the storms projected direction could bring it closer to Florida. Given the size of this storm, its outer bands could bring gusty winds and heavy rain to the co-ops 14-county service area. Clay Electric personnel are closely monitoring the storms projected path. The co-op has an emergency operations plan which would be implemented if the storm were to change course and head toward Northeast Florida. An emergency operations plan ensures that Clay per sonnel take all measures to prepare for the storms arrival, and be ready to re spond when conditions allow. Hurricane Irene serves as another reminder that were in the busiest part of the hurricane season. We encourage our members to review their prepared ness plans, and monitor the progress of Irene, said Wayne Mattox, manager of the co-ops Communications Division. There is a chance that due to the size of Irene, our service area could experi ence gusty winds and periods of stormy weather. Some outages are possible. We have personnel on standby around the clock to respond to outages that might occur. To report an outage, please call Clay Electrics automated toll-free outage re porting line at 1-888-434-9844. For hurricane preparedness tips, visit Clay Electrics website at clayelec tric.com.SPECIAL TO CLAY TODAYA t the check presentation were, from left: back row, Bob Johnson, Rich Carey, Bernie Beaulieu, Nancy Beaulieu, Bill Evenson and Melissa R ust; and front row, R obert Kelley, director of the Florida Lions Conklin Center; and Tim R ust, president of the Fleming Island Lions Club. Special to Clay Today FLEMING ISLAND -The Fleming Is land Lions Club has made a charitable donation to the Florida Lions Conklin Center for the Blind. The Conklin Center is a human services agency for multi handicapped blind and visually-impaired adults and children. The adult students are taught skills and offered support to work in real jobs and live on their own in the community. The Center provides fa cility-based training sevices in Daytona Beach and Orlando. Most students are Florida residents, but they also serve persons from out of state. The Conklin Center was founded in 1979 and is the only facility in the United States that offers independent living and employment training programs, followed by optional lifelong support services, to help multi-handicapped blind persons lead dignified, self-sufficient lives. Call Bill Evenson at (904)504-0180 for more information on the Lions Club. to see this land, but his exploration led the way for cultures from every corner of the world to come and transform what he named La Florida into the culturally rich and diverse land it is today, said Secre tary Browning. In 2013, we hope to com memorate all of the historic occasions that have taken place in Florida through the present day, allowing Floridians to better connect to their past while inspir ing pride in who we are. As part of the preparation for Viva Florida 500, Governor Scott attended todays 500 Days to 500 Years Business Roundtable to emphasize the potential educational and economic benefits of a quincentennial commemoration. The Gov ernor met with Ambassador Cristina Bar rios, Consul General to Spain, and the Es paa-Florida Foundation 500 Years Board of Directors, a group of Spanish business leaders from the banking, infrastructure, telecommunications, insurance and oth er industries committed to highlighting Spains contributions to Florida and the United States. In total, the business lead ers employ more than 20,000 people. On Aug. 20, the Viva Florida 500 Twit ter site began counting down the 500 days until Jan. 1, 2013, with historic facts about Florida. The Viva Florida 500 Facebook page is also being launched today. Friends and followers of the social media sites will be able to receive updates on the planning of Viva Florida 500 and information on ways Viva Florida FROM PAGE 2 to become a part of the commemoration. For more information on Viva Florida 500, please visit www.VivaFlorida.org or www.fla500.com.

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10 CLAY TODAY A ugust 25, 2011 BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS CLAY T ODAYONLINE.COM SPECIAL TO CLAY TODAY Savage Center fund raiserGreen Cove Springs Mayor Debbie Ricks, center, holds an over sized check for $2,600 raised when she and her husband, Jimmy, held a charity barbecue F riday, A ugust 19 for the citys A ugusta Savage Arts and Community Center at their home on the St. Johns River. With Ricks are city officials and center board and staffers. Tickets were $25 each. All proceeds went to the center, with the Rickses paying the events costs. Community Briefs Landfill open Labor Day GREEN COVE SPRINGS -On Monday, Sept. 5, Advanced Disposal Services will collect wastes and recyclables as usual in the unincorporated areas of Clay County. Residents should remember to place ma terials at the curb before 6 a.m. The Rosemary Hill Solid Waste Man agement Facility also will open on Labor Day at 7:30 a.m. and close at 3:30 p.m. SA offers adult English MIDDLEBURG -The Salvation Army of Clay County will start Adult English as a Second Language (ESL) classes on Sept. 12. Students will have a choice of a morning or evening class on Monday. The classes will be taught by certified ESL Teachers who speak both English and Spanish. There is a minimal fee involved for the 12 week course and a certificate of com pletion will be awarded at graduation. Call Kim Durbec at 276-6677 Ext. 4305 for more information and to regis ter. Car wash for homeless set MIDDLEBURG -A car wash will be held Saturday, Sept, 3, at the Auto Zone in Middleburg to benefit the homeless in Clay County. CFL Search & Rescue is sponsoring the event, intended to raise awareness and provide funds for Christmas gifts. All the proceeds will go for the holiday season. Thanksgiving a dinner and a Christmas dinner and party. Call Pastor Becky Lunn at (904) 4024901 or send an email to cflsarm@aol.com or purplemanatee1@aol.com for more de tails. Carpeting work forces closure MIDDLEBURG -The Middleburg-Clay Hill Branch will be closed Sept. 6-13 so new carpeting and tile can be installed throughout the public areas of the build ing. The last day for library patrons to check out items and pick up reserved items is Saturday, Sept. 3. The librarys book drop will be avail able during the flooring project so that patrons may return items from any of the branches. Materials checked out from this branch will not be due during the closure. Due dates will be extended accordingly. Call (904) 541-5828 for more details. Stearns sets two meetings ORANGE PARK -Congressman Cliff Stearns, R-6th, will attend two public hear ings in Clay County on Saturday, Sept. 10. The first will be held from 12:45 p.m. to 1:45 p.m. at Grove Park Elementary School, 1643 Miller St., in Orange Park. He will then be at Green Cove Springs City Hall, 321 Walnut St. from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. the same day. The meetings are open to anyone con cerned with any federal issue. Thrift Store gets new look ORANGE PARK -The Orange Park Womans Club announces the re-opening of their remodeled Thrift Shop on Wednesday, Sept. 7. The shop, 130 Kingsley Ave. is open Wednesdays and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and offers clothing (including some designer items), handbags, shoes, jewelry, bric-a-brac, and small household items. The Thrift Shop is open from Septem ber to May. All proceeds go for scholarships for Clay County high school students. Dona tions are accepted. Legion plans poker run MIDDLEBURG -American Legion Post 250 will hold a Poker Run October 8 to raise funds for a Childrens Christmas Party and provide holiday food baskets for needy families. The cost is $15 per rider and $5 per passenger. Dinner is included and meal tickets for non-riders will be $6. There will also be raffles, auctions and door prizes. Prior to the ride at 11 a.m., break fast will be served beginning at 8 a.m. for $5.00. Call Jean Miller at 773-5184 or Barbara Hough at 282-2123 for details. Driver safety class offered ORANGE PARK -AARP and St. Cathe rines Catholic Church, 1659 Kingsley Ave., will host a Driver Safety Class from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Thursday and Friday, Sept. 8-9. Attendance on both days is required. This is a refresher course, designed espe cially for drivers 50 years old and older. Most participants will qualify for discounts on their automobile insurance. A registration fee of $14 ($12 for AARP members) will be received during the Thursday class period. Class size is limited; it is important to preregister by calling (904) 298-2766.

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CLAYTODAYONLINE.COM BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS A ugust 25, 2011 CLAY TODAY 11 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 SPECIAL TO CLAY TODAYPrudential Network R ealty recently collected more than 300 backpacks and school supplies for local children during the companys annual Backpack Challenge. Group says a record number of backpacks collected for Challenge Business Briefs Dance Tonight opening Aug. 27 ORANGE PARK -Dance Tonight, 2177 Kingsley Ave., will hold its grand opening at 7 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 27. Instructors will present dance shows. Refreshments will be available as well to the event, which is open to the public. Call (904) 276-1515 to RSVP and fur ther details. Wade joins Prudential FLEMING ISLAND Jason Wade has joined Prudential Network Realtys Flem ing Island office. Jason is a Clay County native whos positive, can-do attitude will be an asset to our team. Rebecca Stone back, broker/manger of the Fleming Is land office. Jiffy Lube Holding Lube-A-Thon to Support Young Life Business supports Young Life JACKSONVILLE -Jiffy Lube says a Lube-A-Thon was held at their 19 Jack sonville locations Aug. 19-20 to help sup port and raise money for the 2011 Young Life Crud Run 5k (being held Sept. 5). Jiffy Lube donated a portion of each oil change to Young Life. Young Life is active in various high schools and middle schools in the area. They make a differ ence in kids lives by acting as role mod Special to Clay Today ORANGE PARK Prudential Network Realty recently completed its 12th annual Backpack Challenge, collecting a record number of backpacks filled to the brim with school supplies for local children. The companys team of real estate pro fessionals collected more than 300 back packs filled with school supplies during this years campaign. The backpacks and supplies were do nated to Community Connections of Jack sonville, the I.M Sulzbacher Center for the Homeless, the Childrens Home Society in Jacksonville, Habitat for Humanity of St. Augustine/St. Johns County and Heart for Homeless in Fleming Island. Every child wants to have his or her own backpack and the supplies needed for school it is a wonderful gift and a good way to kick-off a successful school year, said Christy Budnick, executive vice president of residential real estate, Prudential Network Realty. For many children, having a new backpack and school supplies gives them a sense of pride. We appreciate the sup port and donations we received from our team and the community during the Back pack Challenge. During the campaign, backpacks and school supplies were collected at Pruden tial Network Realtys offices throughout Northeast Florida. The backpacks were purchased for students in kindergarten through grade 12 and filled with school supplies such as paper, pencils, pens, highlighters, erasers and one-subject spi ral notebooks. SEE BUSINESS, 13

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12 CLAY TODAY A ugust 25, 2011 BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS CLAY T ODAYONLINE.COM Property appraiser mails truth in millage notices Special to Clay Today GREEN COVE SPRINGS Clay County Property Appraisers Office says it mailed the Notice of Proposed Property Tax forms to all property owners on Wednesday, Aug. 24: Following is the content of its an nouncement: There is a tremendous amount of infor mation printed on these forms, so please read it carefully and verify the accuracy of data, such as the property owners name, mailing address, legal description and ex emptions. An explanation of the different columns of taxes can be found on the form, and in the informational insert included in the mailing. This years notice is the second year in a new format. Information that is new to the notice is the millage rates for the various taxing authorities and the taxable values to which those rates apply. Also new is a breakdown of the assessment reductions and exemptions and which tax levies they apply to. Also, Property Appraiser Roger Suggs requests property owners to separate the issue of taxes from the issue of the accura cy of the assessed value of their property. The Clay County Board of County Commis sioners, School Board and other taxing authorities establish your tax rate. The Property Appraiser estimates the market value of your property. The tax rate estab lished by the different taxing authorities multiplied by the taxable value generates the amount of the tax bill. Florida law re quires the Property Appraiser to deter mine the market value, or what a property would sell for, for all properties each year. The assessed value is the market value less any benefit for the Save-Our-Homes cap, or other assessment limitation. The Save-Our-Homes cap will not allow a homestead propertys assessed value to annually increase more than 3% or the Consumer Price Index, whichever is less. When a propertys market value exceeds the assessed value, the assessed value will increase even if the market value goes down. This is known as the Recapture Rule in the Florida Administrative Code (FAC 12D-8.0062). Many property owners will see a decrease in their propertys mar ket value because of the downturn in the real estate market. Unfortunately, if the propertys assessed value is still less than the market value the Recapture Rule will require an increase in the assessed value by 1.50%, which is the consumer price index. When reviewing the information on the notice that relates to the actual tax cal culations the most important figures are under Columns 2 & 3, entitled Your Final Tax Rate and Taxes Last Year (2010) and Columns 7 & 8, entitled Your Tax Rate and Taxes This Year if Proposed Budget Change is Made. A comparison of these columns will provide a good idea of the change in taxes you should realize on your actual tax bill, which comes out in November. (Please check the grid accompanying this story for a comparison of the proposed total millage rates for the various taxing authorities.) SEE NOTICES, 17

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CLAYTODAYONLINE.COM BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS A ugust 25, 2011 CLAY TODAY 13 els and instilling moral values. Young Life believes in the power of presence; showing kids and teens that their lives have great worth, meaning and purpose. We are excited to team up with Young Life. The more oil changes we perform the more money well raise for them so I encourage the Jacksonville community to come out to get their oil changed, get great deals and support this organization, said Jim Orsi, Operational Manager for Jack sonville Jiffy Lube locations. Chamber awards event Sept. 15 ORANGE PARK -A Clay County native who now heads Atlanta-based Cinnabon will be the featured speaker at the Clay County Chamber Annual Business Excel lence Luncheon & Awards Program on Sept. 15. Company president Kat Cole, an Or ange Park High School graduate who rose through the ranks of Hooters of America, will be the featured speaker at the Thrash er-Horne Conference Center, 283 College Drive, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Tickets are $50 in Advance or $60 after Sept. 12. Go online to www.claychamber. org for more details. Clay jobless rate 9.4 percent ORANGE PARK Clay Countys unem ployenment rate for July was 9.4 percent, according to state Agency for Workforce In novation. Floridas seasonally adjusted unem ployment rate in July 2011 is 10.7 per cent. This represents 987,000 jobless out of a labor force of 9,220,000. The states unemployment rate is unchanged from the revised June 2011 rate of 10.7 percent but is 0.8 percentage point lower than the year ago rate of 11.5 percent. The U.S. unem ployment rate is 9.1 percent in July. Floridas seasonally adjusted total non agricultural employment in July 2011 is 7,225,800, a decline of 22,100 jobs (-0.3 percent) from June 2011. From January to July 2011, Florida has gained 64,300 jobs. Mixed signals from economic indica tors during recovery are common, said AWI Director Cynthia R. Lorenzo. Fluc tuations in rates of unemployment and job growth are typical examples of starts and stops. Rotary fund raiser at Hilltop ORANGE PARK -The Rotary Club of Orange Park Sunset will host the 2nd An nual Look Whos Cooking Celebrity Chef Fundraiser on Saturday, Aug. 27, at the Hilltop Restaurant. This years format whave many of the whos who of Clay and Duval County cooking their favorite dishes to help the club raise much needed money for local charities. In addition to the food samplings, there will also be a silent and live auction. Tickets are $30 each or two for $50. Doors open at 6 p.m. at the restaurant, 2030 Wells Road. Contact Jacki Hale at (904) 264-3554 for tickets or more infor mation. Wells Fargo backs center JACKSONVILLE -Rena Coughlin, president and chief executive officer of the Nonprofit Center of Northeast Florida, recently announced that Wells Fargo has provided it with a $10,000 grant. The Non profit Center of Northeast Florida is a 200plus member organization advocating for the nonprofit sector, training its leaders and communicating its value to the public. The Wells Fargo contribution has been designated as an operations grant allow ing the Nonprofit Center to sustain its 10year focus on advocating for its members and the nonprofit sector within northeast Florida. Chick-fil-a gives scholarships ORANGE PARK -Workers at three Clay County Chick-fil-a restaurants will each receive $1,000 national leadership schol arships from the company. Peyton Dean of Eagle Harbor Chickfil-a is studying nursing at the University of North Florida. From the Orange Park Mall Chick-fil-a are Charmaine Enguerra and Sara Eischeid, who both attend Flor ida State College at Jacksonville studying nursing, and Jeffery Hall, who attends Hy les-Anderson college studying youth pas toring. At the Oakleaf Town Center location, Adam Franz and Brandon Scott were se lected. Franz is studying electrical engi neering at the University of Central Florida while Scott is studying criminal justice at the University of North Carolina. Business FROM PAGE 11 Prudential Realty is marking its 23rd year in Northeast Florida Northeast Florida Multiple Listing Service acquires Metro Special to Clay Today JACKSONVILLE Prudential Network Realty is celebrating 23 years of real es tate excellence. Since opening its doors for business on Aug. 15, 1988, Prudential Network Realty has achieved many accom plishments and established a solid founda tion to build on for years to come. We are committed to being the best in the business and proud of our history providing superior services to the North east Florida community, said Prudential Network Realty Founder, President and CEO Linda H. Sherrer. To maintain our position as the indus try leader, we have remained a positive force in the real es tate industry that works to the advan tage of buyers, seller and real estate pro fessionals. We would like to thank our cus tomers and clients for their patronage over the years. Prudential Network Realty is one of the most dynamic and respected real estate firms in northeast Florida with more than 300 agents, eight branch offices, a corpo rate relocation division, a builder sales and marketing division, a title company and a mortgage company. Prudential Network Realty has a team of real estate professionals who have pro duced outstanding results for buyers and sellers. During the past decade, the com pany has sold more than 25,000 homes valued at more than $7 billion. Prudential Network Realty boasts one of the highest average sales prices of any Northeast Flor ida real estate company. The firm ranks No. 37 out of 1,600 offices in the Pruden tial Real Estate and Relocation Services Network throughout North America. Over the past 12 months, Prudential Network Realty has introduced a number of exclusive services including a new text rider marketing program where consum ers can search active listings in Northeast Florida from any phone that either has text messaging or is web-enabled. The company is a char ter member in RIS Medias Real Estate Information Network (RREIN), providing enhanced resources and video information to consumers on the companys website. Prudential Network Realty listings are en hanced on the two leading real estate web sites, Realtor.com and Trulia.com, which attract more than 9 million consumers per month and more than 5 million consumers per month respectively. The companys listings are also viewed by millions of con sumers on more than 100 other real estate portals. Prudential Network Realty sales profes sionals rank among the top award winners in the Prudential Real Estate and Reloca tion Services Network throughout North America. The companys branch sales of fices also have been recognized for highest productivity awards, including numerous Cornerstone awards in the Prudential network. The company and its team of real estate professionals are committed to Northeast Florida. They strive to make a difference by giving back to the community through involvement in numerous national and lo cal charitable organizations. It is the commitment and quality of our people that has placed us in a lead position for growth, strength, success and generosity and we appreciate their hard work and dedication, said Christy Bud nick, executive vice president of residen tial real estate, Prudential Network Realty. Our Realtors are the leaders in the com munity, and it is rewarding to watch them positively affect the lives of others. More information is available at www. PrudentialNetworkRealty.com. Christy Budnick Linda Sherrer Special to Clay Today JACKSONVILLE The Northeast Flori da Multiple Listing Service, Inc. (NEFMLS) has purchased Metro Market Trends, Inc. (MMT) a leading provider of real estate sales, tracking, market share reports and custom analysis information. MMT prod ucts and services include information on real estate sales of both listed and unlisted property. With the acquisition, MMT be comes a wholly-owned subsidiary of the NEFMLS. MMT products and services will continue to be offered by the same sea soned management team under the MMT brand, now backed by NEFMLS. MMT tracks sales and foreclosure data on new and existing condos, single family homes, construction loans, lots and land, non-residential land and commercial real estate. Software from MMT is offered through both Windows and Web-based ap plications. Specific products and services offered by MMT include: Mailing labels and lists helpful for real estate and insurance professionals. Comparable market analysis reports used by appraisers and real estate pro fessional to market to prospective clients/ customers such as new home buyers, lot buyers or parcel owners. Market-share trend reports used by lenders, closing agents, builders and real estate professionals. Miscellaneous documents including deeds, mortgages, tax roll data and parcel maps used by a variety of legal entities, consumers and real estate professionals. Custom services and unique data searches including parcel and property data, economic and demographic analy sis, and market research these specialty portfolio services are widely used by class action administration, law firms, develop ers and government entities. Researching real estate data can be a fragmented experience for real estate pro fessionals and the related content is often inaccurate, outdated and/or inconsistent, says NEFMLS CEO Ron Stephan. By ac quiring MMT, we have combined NEFMLSs current listing aggregation with MMTs historic public record content. Through our combined strengths, we successfully aggregate vast amounts of data from a va riety of sources.

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CLAYTODAYONLINE.COM BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS A ugust 25, 2011 CLAY TODAY 15 SPECIAL TO CLAY TODAYScouts with T roop 650 at Pinewood Presbyerian Church in Middleburg salute the flag during a recent ceremony. Boy Scouts still salute the flag of our nation (Editors note: Scoutmaster Chuck Haynes of Troop 650, which meets at Pinewood Presbyterian Church (on Knight Boxx road in Middleburg). wrote the following ar ticle. ORANGE PARK -It does a people good to periodically pause to celebrate those things that are important to them. Inde pendence Day, Memorial Day, Presidents Day, and Labor Day are examples of these celebratory days and these times are typi cally filled with parties, parades, prayer and the company of friends and family. There are often cookouts, family gather ings, flag waving and even fireworks to mark these dates. Of course most of us will have the day off from work and we will fill the day with fun activities and join others that are of like mind. This is a good thing. One of the most beautiful symbols of our country present at these celebra tions is the national colors. The Stars and SEE SCOUTS, 29 Headquarters Library Sept. events schedule Special to Clay Today FLEMING ISLAND -The Clay County Headquarters Library, 1985 Town Center Blvd., has announced the following events and activites in September: Alan Dalton: Banjo/Bluegrass: Alan Dalton is an author, arranger and profes sional musician, Tuesday, September 6 6:30-7:30 p.m., Fleming Island Library Meeting Room Fleming Island Genealogy Early Settlers of Middleburg, by Pat Mueller, Middleburg Historical Museum Chairman, Monday, Sept. 12 6:30-7:30 p.m., Headquarters Library. This meeting is open to anyone with an in terest in genealogy or local history. Fleming Island Book Discussion Group, Saturday, Sept. 17, 10 a.m.-12 noon The Poisonwood Bible by Barbara Kingsolver Computer Classes http://www.ccpl.lib.fl.us; (904) 2783722. Registration required. Wednesday, Sept. 7--10-11:30 a.m. In tro to Comp 1 Start menu, windows, com puter terms, mouse commands Thursday, Sept. 8--10-11:30 a.m. In tro to Comp 2 Retrieve data, make folders, and work with files Tuesday, Sept. 13--6-7:15 p.m. Begin ning Genealogy. Get started tracing your family tree. Wednesday, Sept. 14--10-11:30 a.m. Word 1 (2007).Word wrap, basic format ting, spell check, page setup, printing and saving Thursday, Sept. 15--10-11:30 a.m Email attachments, address book, catego ries and folders Last 10 minutes are used for opening accounts, if needed Tuesday, Sept. 20--6-7:15 p.m. Pow erPoint 1 (2007). Design sets, text boxes, ruler guides, slide transitions, and anima tion Wednesday, Sept. 21--10-11:30 a.m. PowerPoint 2 (2007). Create a Photo al bum, slide background, notes page

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16 CLAY TODAY A ugust 25, 2011 BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS CLAY T ODAYONLINE.COM DELORIS JEAN BRANDT Mrs.DelorisJeanBrandt,68,o f GreenCoveSprings,aretiredtour guide,passedawaypeacefullyMonday,August15,2011,attheCommunityHospiceHadlowCenter.She w asborninDearborn,Mich.,onJul y 15,1943toAnthonyFerranteand MaryW.Bennett.Sheissurvivedb y herlovinghusbandof48years,John M.Brandt;children;JohnM.Brandt, Jr.ofGreenCoveSprings;Michelle Combs(Chris)ofSt.JohnsCounty; PatrickW.Brandt(Tonya)ofGreen CoveSprings;CherriSterling(Robert) ofNC;CarlO.McKenney,Jr.(Linda) ofGa.;sisterGeorgianna"Sam"Hester(Bob)ofLakeland;tengrandchildrenAaron,Mason,Shelby,Eli,Leland,Emeri,Caleb,Jacob,Chardai, Kyle;andtwogreat-grandchildren JaydenandAlaura.Shebelongedto GreenCoveSpringsLionsClubfor manyyearsandlovedtodoartand craftswhenshewasntonagambling junket.Acelebrationofherlifewas heldatthehomeofMichelle&Chris CombsSaturdayAugust20.InLieu ofFlowersthefamilyrequestsmemorialsbemadetoNEFla.Communit y HospicetheEarlB.HadlowCenterfor Caring.4266SunbeamRoad,Jacksonville,Fla.,32257Phone904-2685200.ArrangementsbyHelmGallagherFuneralHome&Cremation Services. 904-284-9696. THELMA IRENE BREWER Mrs.ThelmaIreneBrewer,70,o f Middleburg,Fla.,passedawayon Monday,August15,2011.Shewas borninOrlando,Fla.,andwasthe youngestof7children.Shestarted hercareerworkingwiththeDuval CountySchoolSystemandretired w ith25+yearsworkingfortheFederalGovernment.Shegenerouslygave 30yearsofhertimethroughvolunteerworkfortheMiddleburgUnited MethodistChurch.Sheconsideredher greatestblessingsandaccomplishmentstobeherfamily.Hercompassion,kindness,patience,love,wisdom,generosityandgreatfaithand trustinGodtouchedmanydeeply. SheissurvivedbyBarneyH.Brewer, herhusbandof54devotedyears, daughter,KathyBennett,son,Kenn y Brewer,daughter-in-law,Wendy Wreden-Brewer;6grandchildren, Matt,Melissa(Arthur),Amber,Katie, A mandaandAustin;1greatgrandchild,Zachary.Funeralservice w asheldatMiddleburgUnitedMethodistChurchSaturday,August20. Posttributesatwww.hollyhillfunerals .com JOHN E. TAYLOR Mr.JohnE.Taylor,85,wenttobe w ithhisLordonTuesday,August7, 2011,atPenneyRetirementCommunity,wherehehadresidedsince2000. HewasborninEdgewater,NJ,and grewupinNewYorkCityinManhattan.Heservedinthe A rmyAirCorpsandafterwardsgraduated fromBostonUniversity.Hewaspreceded indeathbyhiswifeEllen,hisparentsandhissister.He hasonenephew,SkipSwensen,o f Forestville,California.For26years Johnwasemployedbythethirdoldest andlargestfundraisingfirminNew Y orkCity,workingwithuniversities, colleges,andprepschools.HeretiredasExecutiveVicePresidentand enjoyedhishobbyofsailinginMarblehead,Massachusetts.Heandhis w ifeweremembersoftheFirstBaptistChurchofMarbleheadforman y years.Amemorialservicewillbe heldonSaturday,August27,2p.m.at PenneyMemorialChurch,Penne y Farms,Fla.InlieuofflowersJohn hadrequesteddonationstothemissionaryworkofthedonorslocal church.Arrangementsareunderthe careofRussellHavenofRestCemetery,FuneralHomeandCremation Center,2315SandridgeRoad,Green CoveSprings,Fla.,32043(904-2847720).www.RHRCemeteryandFunera lHome.com LINDA CAGLE LindaCagle,53,passedawayFridayAugust19,2011.Shewasborn andraisedinHuntsville,Alabamaand movedtoJacksonville,Fla.,until 2009.ShemovedbacktoAlabamato bewithherfamily.Shewasaveterinariansassistantformanyyearsand alsodidwaitressingforBarnhillsand GoldenCorralrestaraunts.Sheis surviviedbyherfianc,Neil Blankenship;sisters,PattyColbert; SandyDiFrancesca;andbrother, JamesFugitt,Jr.Arrangementsb y SpryFuneralHomeinHuntsville,Alabama. ROBERT LEWIS ROBIE Mr.RobertLewisRobie,62of GreenCoveSprings,Fla.,passed awayWednesday,August17,2011. HehadbeenaresidentoftheJacksonvilleareaforover40yearsandretiredfromtheU.S.Navyafter28yearsof service.Hewasa memberoftheGrace MissionaryBaptist Churchforthepast4 years.Survivorsincludehiswife, PhyllisRobie,2daughters,Lori (Donnovan)WaughandMichelle (Marty)Anderson,3stepsons,Ben (Sheryl)Harrell,Phillip(Tammy) HarrellandJason(Lynn)Harrell,1 brother,Rodney(Olivia)Robie,1sister,Glenda(John)Berthold,13 grandchildrenand7greatgrandchildren.FuneralserviceswereheldFriday,August19intheGraceMissionaryBaptistChurchwithburialfollowinginRussellHavenofRestCemetery withmilitaryhonors.Bro.Preston Hayeswillbeofficiating.ArrangementsbyRussellHavenofRestCemetery,FuneralHomeandCremation Center,2315SandridgeRoad,Green CoveSprings,Fla.,32043(904-2847720).www.RHRCemeteryandFunera lHome.com ROY FARRELL GILSTRAP Mr.RoyFarrellGilstrap,82 passedawaySunday,August14,2011 inKeystoneHeights,Fla.,surrounded byhisfamily.HewasborninStLouis, MOtoRoyandMae Gilstrap.Heservedin theUSNavyandwas stationedatNASJacksonville.Hewasa longtimememberof FirstBaptistChurchJacksonville.He issurvivedbyhiswifeof59years,the formerRubyLivingston,3sons.Harold(Kimberly)ofKeystoneHeights, Vance(Karin)ofColoradoSprings, COandAlan(Emile)ofGreensboro, NC,10grandchildrenand2great grandchildren.Hewasacivildesigneranddraftsmanfor35years.Memorialservicescelebratinghislifeand familywillbeheldonSaturday,September3at11:00a.m.atTrinityBaptistChurchinKeystoneHeights.In lieuofFlowers,donationsmaybe madetoHavenHospice,6400St. JohnsAve.Palatka,FL32177or TrinityBaptistChurch,P.O.Box 1099,KeystoneHeights,FL32656. ArrangementsbyJones-GallagherFuneralHome,340E.WalkerDr.KeystoneHeights,FL32656.352-4733176. www.jonesgallgherfh.com SEE OBITUARIES, 17 Obituaries CLAYTODAYONLINE.COM Call 904-264-3200 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

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CLAYTODAYONLINE.COM BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS A ugust 25, 2011 CLAY TODAY 17 Obituaries FROM PAGE 16 TONY PADGETT Mr.TonyPadgett,aresidento f JacksonvilleBeach,Fla.,passedawa y onMonday,August15,2011atthe ageof60.Hewasbornonthe7tho f June1951inToombs,County,Ga.As achildhemovedtoJacksonville,Fla., w herehegrewup.Hehadworkedfor TaylorConcreteforseveralyears.He lovedtheJacksonvilleJaguarsfootballgames,watchingNASCARraces andfishing.Everyoneknewheasa kindandgentleperson.Hewasprecededindeathbyhisfather,Curtis Padgettandbrother,TerryPadgett. Heissurvivedbyhismother,Bett y Purvis;daughter,LisaPadgett;son, ChristianPadgett;brother,Jerr y Purvis;sister,Diane(Richard)Evitt; nephews,MatthewEvittandJa y Purvis;nieces,CandiceandBrand y Purvis,ShellyandSherryPadgett; great-niece,Brianna;great-nephews, XaviorandJeremiah,aswellasother familyandfriends.Thefamilywould liketothankTheMcGrawCentero f CommunityHospicefortheirloving careandtremendoussupportduring thisdifficulttime.Inlieuofflowers, donationsmaybemadetoCommunit y HospiceofN.E.FloridaMcGrawCenter,4266SunbeamRoad,Jacksonv ille,FL32257.Aspecialthanksto thetherapypetteamthathelpedto bringasmiletoTonysface.Please signthefamilysguestbookatwww.br oadusraines.com.CremationarrangementsbyBroadus-RainesFuneral Home,501SpringSt.GreenCove Springs, Fla., 32043 (904) 284-4000. MERCEDES AUGUSTINA BELLO RODRIGUEZ Mrs.MercedesAgustinaBelloRodriguez,76,passedawayonAugust 20,2011inJacksonville,Fla.Shewas borninCaracas,Venezuelaand movedherefromTampain2005.She w aspredeceasedbyherfatherand mother:RafaelRodriguezDelgado andJoseiaMariaTortolerodeRodriguez.Survivorsincludeherhusband, JoseRafaelBello;4sons:Jose, A ndres,MichaelandJulioBello;2 sisters:CarmenandLourdesRodriguez;5grandchildren:Jessica, A lexander,Anthony,RosaandPeter. MemorialserviceswereheldTuesday, A ugust23atHardage-Giddens RivermeadFuneralHome,127 BlandingBlvd,OrangePark,FLwith ChaplainGaryHutchesonofficiating. Pleaseposttributesatwww.harda g eg iddensrivermead.com. THINKING OF ADVER TISING IN THE CLA Y TOD A Y? For more information call 264-3200 to speak with a Sales Rep. today! If a property owner questions the ac curacy of the assessed value, the first step is usually an informal meeting with some one in the Property Appraisers office. This informal review can be handled in person, by telephone, or by mail. During or before this informal meeting, you should review the property record card on your property to be sure all the information is correct. Almost all of the information in the Ap praisers office is available to the public. Your purpose at this informal review which is not yet an appeal should be (1) to verify the information on your property record card, or correct it, (2) to make sure you understand how we arrived at your val ue, (3) to discover if the value is fair, (4) to find out if you qualify for any exemptions, and (5) to be sure you understand how to file a formal appeal. The Appraisers office always prefers to settle property owner concerns at the informal review. The first level of formal appeal is to the Value Adjustment Board. In order for your appeal to be heard, you must first file a formal petition with the Value Adjustment Notices FROM PAGE 12 out dead runners however, so the sod does not have to try to grow atop them. I also caution that if you use a sod cutter to re move the old grass that you be sure to take a stiff-tined rake and loosen the soil before laying down new sod. Sod cutters compact the soil, so unless you do this, the new grass roots have trouble penetrating it and become prone to dry out. Also be aware when laying down sod this time of year, be sure it is fresh and has not been on the pallet for more than 48 hours. With all the rain we are hav ing, lots of sod is being dug very wet. This is OK as long as you can get it the same day it arrives at the garden center and lay it within a day after that. If you do not, the combination of wet, hot weather, and the fact this sod is packed tightly together on pallets means that temperatures inside the pile can easily reach higher than 130 degrees. This is high enough to literally cook the grass. Grass injured in this way Roots FROM PAGE 8 may look good when put down, but soon browns thereafter. To avoid this, make sure you get your sod as soon as it arrives at the garden center and lay it within a day or so afterwards. Want someone to answer a specific plant question for you? Go online to http://clay. ifas.ufl.edu and under the heading Horti culture (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 digital picture of the problem. To speak to someone by phone, call 269-6355. To read past articles that might help you with seasonal problems, and to learn about upcoming Extension Programming in our area explore that website further. Board. The date for filing this petition is indicated on the Notice of Proposed Prop erty Tax. Suggs said their ultimate goal is to pro duce fair and accurate assessments. How to place an obituary Obituaries can be emailed to mwalker@jcpgroup.com or faxed to (904) 269-6958. Call Michelle at 264-3200 with any questions. General Information: The first 150 words are free. Each line after that is $1. Flags for military personnel are free. There is a $30 charge for pictures with an obituary. Deadline for obituaries is 5 p.m. Monday the week of publication. 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.

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18 CLAY TODAY A ugust 25, 2011 BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS CLAY T ODAYONLINE.COM Schools SPECIAL TO CLAY TODAYStudents from the SJR State nursing program were recognized for special achievements throughout their two-year program. Special recognition went to Duval County residents Carrie A bell for the Outstanding Student of the Y ear award and Jana Cadilova for the A cademic Excellence A ward. St. Johns County resident Patricia Mathis received the Florence Nightingale A ward. Honored during the evening were, from left: front row, Kelly Kappele-Merchant, Natisha Howard, Marie R eeves, Amicha Kelly, Darnelle Mondesir, Caitlin Lock hart and Dawn Beahr; second row, Brandy Snider, Andjie F enelon, Judy Schofield, Patricia Mathis, Carrie A bell, Lori Coussens, Michele Latuch and Beatrice Kamentz; and back row, Heydi Cepeda, Jillian Stidham, Jim Lockhart, Jana Cadilova, Jill Ramsey, Cindy Cox and Jennifer R usso. School News Wicker gets Mercer degree MACON, Ga. -Kayli N. Wicker of Mid dleburg, received a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from the Eugene W. Stetson School of Business and Econom ics of Mercer University during the May commencement for the Universitys Macon campus. Clay residents on Columbia list COLUMBIA, Mo. Several Clay Coun ty residents made the Columbia College deans list for the May to July 2011 award period. On the list from Middleburg area Clau dia D. Alsina, Katherine J. Cary, Steven Markwith, Kyle R. Mazur, Charles B. Moore and Karl A. Shuey; and from Orange Park area Robert S. Bardroff, Cleo C Burke, Brian Eden, Jeffrey Towner and Jeffrey J. Ulloa. Butler is world traveler MIDDLEBURG -Nikolaus Butler is definitely getting a worldly education. He spent his freshman year as a student in the international school in Lima, Peru, where he became fluent in Spanish and sharpened his soccer skills. He then went to summer language camp in Costa Rica. He then moved back to the U.S. where he spent his sophomore year at Middleburg High School. He was in AP classes and played for MHSs soccer team as well as the premier team at Clay County Soccer Club. On August 1, Niko left off for another adventure. He will spend his junior year studying abroad in Honduras. Butler is taking college classes at the international school in Honduras and hopes to make the award winning soccer team there as well. He will come back for his senior year at Middleburg High School and then go off to college to pursue his studies in foreign affairs and international law. Weston at Washington C. CHESTERTOWN, Md. John Weston, son of Mr. & Mrs. Charles M. Weston of Fleming Island, will attend Washington Col lege beginning this fall. SJR State holds nursing pinning ceremony Special to Clay Today ORANGE PARK -St. Johns River State College recently held a pinning ceremony to recognize the Associate in Science in Nursing students. The pinning ceremony symbolized the rite of passage into the nursing profession, said Anna Lebesch, Ed.D., SJR States vice president for work force development. The pin is a reminder to the 22 graduates of their purpose to serve the sick and infirmed. Lebesch described the pinning and lighting ceremony as the symbol of the care and devotion nurses provide. The cer emony is also a continued tradition of Flor ence Nightingales extended honor to her most outstanding nurses. In addition to the ceremony, students were recognized for special achievements throughout their two-year program. Spe cial recognition went to Duval County residents Jana Cadilova for the Academic Excellence Award and Carrie Abell for the Outstanding Student of the Year award. St. Johns County resident Patricia Mathis re ceived the Florence Nightingale Award. Students were pinned by family mem bers. The recipient of the Florence Night ingale Award lit a single lamp and began the Florence Nightingale Pledge with all graduates joining in. This tradition serves as an icon in nursing from Nightingale, who is known as the founder of modernday nursing. In the 1800s, Nightingale was known as the lady with the lamp, tending to the sick while carrying a lamp to light SEE SJR, 21 SUBSCRIBE TODAY! 1-800-759-6397

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CLAYTODAYONLINE.COM BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS A ugust 25, 2011 CLAY TODAY 19 high performing designation to carry more weight. We know what we can do in Clay County, board Chairman Frank Farrell said. We are doing the job. Dont lump us in with other districts who arent. The high performing districts wouldnt ask for additional money, just more of a hands-off attitude from state education of ficials, Van Zant said. Our staff comes to us if they see a way to increase (student) performance, Van Zant said. They dont wait for Talla hassee to do it. Superintendent Ben Wortham, an edu cator for more than 30 years, said the state legislature has increasing used unfunded mandates sometimes giving school dis tricts less than two months to implement a program without any financial assistance. I wish they would meet only every other year, Wortham said of state legisla tors. The discussion on legislative priorities comes, however, is being held earlier than ever this year because the state Legisla ture will begin meeting in January 2012 more than two months earlier than pre vious years because it must take up redis tricting. Van Zant also complained that while state legislators are polite when School Board members make their annual visit to the state capitol, little ever comes of it. They also noted that they were not talking about Clay Countys legislative delegation, which they describe as very supportive. Board members agreed that their pri orities list should be short and succinct. Ironically, the School Boards discus sion Thursday came only minutes after state Rep. Janet Adkins, R-Fernandina Beach, gave the board a review of the 2011 legislative session. Adkins, who holds vice chairman posts on two education commit tees, urged the board to contact her with any concerns they might have. Board members offered no suggestions to Adkins, who had left the board meeting room prior to the discussion on legislative priorities. In other business the board: Agreed to review at the Sept. 15 board meeting two maps giving alterna tive ways to divide the countys 190,800 residents into five equal districts based on population. The new district lines must be drawn every 10 years based on the latest U.S. Census figures. A majority of the board appeared to lean toward a map presented by Assistant Board FROM PAGE 1 Superintendent Jim OConnell, who said it met all the legislative requirements. However, Van Zant said he preferred a Clay Board of County Commissioners redistricting map because it divides the county in such a way to give more people from diverse parts of the county a chance to run for office. But that drew a quick response from Board member Janice Kerekes, who had already expressed delight with that her District 1 would cover all of Fleming Is land, including the area east of Pine Av enue. I dont understand this logic, Kerekes said. I dont want 10 maps brought back to us. Farrell and board member Carol Stud dard agreed with Kerekes, saying the staff map already met all the requirements of being compact and having following set boundaries, such as bodies of water. But board member Lisa Graham said she would like to consider a second map before the board votes in September that leaves a one-month buffer to advertise the new districts and hold public hearings be fore the Dec. 31 deadline. The board also officially dropped the idea of combining the School District and BCC districts after hearing OConnell say the Commissioners felt combining districts would be labor intensive, still confusing to some and in the end eliminate only three of the 100 ballot forms now used by the Clay County Supervisor of Elections Office. Combinign the district was originally proposed as a way to help voters who are often confused why there are different districts and district numbers for the two legislative bodies. Heard that Studdard will gather in formation on how various community or ganizations can help the more than 900 Clay County students designated home less. Many have no permanent address because they live with relatives, but oth ers could be forced to stay in motels or in vehicles, Farrell said. Appointed Graham as the School Board representative on a county agricul ture committee. All five board members expressed an interest in serving in the post, Farrell said. SPECIAL TO CLAY TODAY CEB stylingLaunching the new school year with bangs brings a smile to Eden Sharp during the Back to School Safari at Charles E. Bennett Elementary. Approximately 125 students received back to school supplies while parents received vital information from social service agencies to ensure a successful year ahead. Cutting Edens hair is Y anha Wilson, who offered a free haircut from Y anas Salon and stylists from Just Hair.

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20 CLAY TODAY A ugust 25, 2011 BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS CLAY T ODAYONLINE.COM Makeup, Guadalajara, 2006, by photographer John Sevigny. SPECIAL TO CLAY TODAYCantina doorway, Guadalajara, 2006, by pho tographer John Sevigny. Sevigny will exhibit his works at Florida School of the Arts located on the Palatka campus of St. Johns River State College. An opening reception will be held Thursday, Sep tember 1 at 7:00 p.m. The exhibit will be on dis play through October 7. Florida School of the Arts presents photography by John Sevigny Special to Clay Today ORANGE PARK -As part of the visit ing artist series, Florida School of the Arts will present a gallery exhibition for pho tographer John Sevigny. The exhibit will open with a reception on Thursday, Sept. 1, at 7 p.m. in the Fine Arts Gallery lo cated on St. Johns River State Colleges Palatka campus. According to Florida School of the Arts Dean Alain Hentschel, Sevignys docu mentary photographs focus on a variety of subjects, revealing the movement and struggle of people in search of survival in a bleak landscape of an impoverished Mexi co. His portraits peel back our prejudices to expose the honor and humanity of those we rarely see but who are often defined in politically-charged discourse north of the border, Hentschel said. Sevignys Ladies Bar series is the product of more than 10 months of work in some of the roughest cantinas in Gua dalajara Mexicos second-largest city. The photos in this collection were taken in small bars frequented by criminals, drug addicts and aggressive drunks. The pho tographer said he chose to focus on can tina women, those who work as prostitutes and paid drinking companions, in order to create a metaphor for the treatment of women in Mexico and beyond. Sevignys works have been exhibited in the United States, Mexico and Portugal. He has worked as a photographer and writer for international news organiza tions including The Associated Press, and his news photographs have appeared in The New York Times, the Montreal Mirror and People. The exhibit will be on display through October 7, 2011. Gallery hours are Mon day through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Gallery exhibits are free and open to the public. Florida School of the Arts is part of the academic and administrative structure of SJR State and awards the two-year as sociate 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 port folio review, an interview with the faculty and admission 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. For subscription information to Clay Today call 1-800-759-6397

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CLAYTODAYONLINE.COM BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS A ugust 25, 2011 CLAY TODAY 21 the way. Students from Clay County are: Dawn Beahr, Heydi Cepeda, Lori Coussens, And jie Fenelon, Natisha Howard, Beatrice Ka mentz, Michele Latuch, Caitlin Lockhart, Jim Lockhart, Jill Ramsey, Marie Reeves, Jennifer Russo, Judy Schofield, Brandy Snider and Jillian Stidham. SJR States nursing program is offered in Palatka and Orange Park. SJR State of fers additional health programs such as respiratory care, nursing assistant, health information management and radiologic technology. For more information on de gree and certificate programs in the health field, call (386) 312-4176. SJR FROM PAGE 18 SPECIAL TO CLAY TODAY K-camp kids Walk in line. Play and share. Sit criss-cross applesauce. These skills and more were part of Kindergar ten Camp recently held at at Charles E. Bennett Elementary in Green Cove Springs. Over 30 campers -shown at right lining up -joined in the learning activities which culminated in an opportunity for parents to join in the fun. (T op) Student Amaya Johnson writes her name in noodle as mom assists. Ride for Justice Coalition in September Special to Clay Today JACKSONVILLE -The sixth annual Ride for Justice to benefit the Justice Co alition will be held Saturday, Sept. 24, and will feature Clay County Sheriff Rick Be seler and Jacksonville Sheriff John Ruth erford leading participants. The 50-mile ride will begin with check from 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. at the Jack sonville Landing, with kickstands up at 10 a.m. The ride, which ends Old Plank Road Baptist Church, 8964 Old Plank Rd., will begin with a special tribute to Detective Jim Davis, who passed away in June. Da vis had been involved with the Justice Co alition since its inception and had partici pated in every Ride for Justice. Registration is $25 per biker and $10 per passenger, which includes a T-shirt and lunch. The ride is limited to 750 rid ers. All proceeds will go to the Justice Coalition. Founded in 1995, the Justice Coalition is a grass-roots organization seeking rights for victims in the criminal justice system. Participants can register by calling the Justice Coalition at (904) 783-6312 or on line at www.justicecoalition.org. start Mon., Sept. 1 2 from 7 8:3 0 p.m. F irst two classes F REE then $4 per person per class Cla y Allemande rs meet every Monda y at Doctor s Lake Estates Civic Associatio n 40 5 5 Cedar Rd., Orange P ark F or more information call 2 64-4 7 5 1 or e-mail: padgettelec tric@att.net Modern W estern Square Dancing ~ F riendship set to music. L earn over 7 0 different calls. L ots of F un. E xperience trips to other local clubs and dances. Beginner W estern Square Dancing Classes

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22 CLAY TODAY A ugust 25, 2011 BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS CLAY T ODAYONLINE.COM Military Military Briefs A production team from Fleet R eadiness Center Southeast, Naval Air Station Jacksonville, Fla., tours the USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN 69) docked at Naval Station Mayport July 26, at the invitation of Cmdr. Duane Decker (center left), the ships maintenance officer. PHOTOS SPECIAL TO CLAY TODAYCmdr. Duane Decker (center left), the maintenance officer on the USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN 69), escorts a group from Fleet R eadiness Center Southeast (FR CSE) on the ships 4.5 acre flight deck during a port of call at Naval Station Mayport. Group makes special visit to USS Eisenhower Hank Daughinee Hank Dauphinee is an Army ROTC ca det involved in Cadet Language and Cultur al Immersion Training -their first train ing deployment as a cadet. Dauphinee is currently a student at the Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, Ill. He is the son of Jerry and Rita Dauphinee of Fleming Is land. Seaman Patrick B. Smith Navy Seaman Recruit Patrick B. Smith, son of Grace E. Miller of Orange Park, re cently completed U.S. Navy basic training at Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, Ill. Airman Anthony G. Unwin Air National Guard Airman 1st Class Anthony G. Unwin graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas. He is the son of Richard Unwin of Orange Park and a 2008 graduate of Fleming Island High School. Airman Kyla M. Reed Air Force Airman Kyla M. Reed gradu ated from basic military training at Lack land Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas. She is the daughter of James and Debroah Reed oMiddleburg and a 2010 graduate of Middleburg High School. Special to Clay Today MAYPORT Fleet Readiness Center Southeast (FRCSE) production person nel visited the USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN 69) as guests of the ships mainte nance officer July 26, to see firsthand the crews formidable challenges of sustaining aircraft, components and systems while underway. During a port of call, Cmdr. Duane Decker, the Aircraft Intermediate Mainte nance Department (AIMD) officer invited ten FRCSE employees to tour the second Nimitz-class aircraft carrier nicknamed Ike after the nations 34th president. The Ike is his home away from home having completed four deployments on board. Decker said the ships company numbers about 3000, comparable to a small city. The embarked air wing with 100 additional Sailors operates roughly 65 aircraft capable of projecting tactical air power. AIMD personnel are responsible for supporting the maintenance and repair of these missioncritical aircraft. They pe riodically call upon FRCSE to supplement their service and repair capabilities while deployed. There is a lot of commonality to what the FRCSE artisans do and what we do, so I thought they might find it interesting, he said. Additionally, I wanted to connect the link. We rely on depot support for a lot of the things we do, whether requesting assis tance through a damage evaluation dispo sition or looking for expert guidance. FRCSE Components Process Engineer Daniel Simon was intrigued during his first visit. He said from an engineering perspec tive, you have to factor in materials and equipment storage in tight quarters on pitching seas, which add another unique element. You have to think about all these things moving around out there on the ship, said Simon, anything put on the shelf, anything put on the wall. You have to make sure it is secure. Seeing what little they have to work with and how much they get done, is impressive. Decker is penciled in as the prospec tive FRCSE production officer tentatively scheduled to arrive in May 2012. I am looking forward to coming to FRC SE, he said. The capabilitiesacross the intermediate and depot-levels are incred ible. I also know that FRCSE has a winning team, and who wouldnt want to be a part of that?

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CLAYTODAYONLINE.COM BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS A ugust 25, 2011 CLAY TODAY 23 Penney Farms CORRESPONDENT PHOTO BY LINDA MCINTURFFT erry and Pinna Arnold. Startled missionaries, Ryders retire once again Arnolds coming to Penne Farms via Oregon Jean Abell, Correspondent PENNEY FARMS -Tom and Liz Ryder considered themselves ordinary churchgo ing, pew-sitting United Methodists. True, they didnt sit in a pew; they sang in the choir. They didnt teach Sunday School, but they did act as youth counselors and took their young people on service projects. They also went on adult volunteer mission trips to Alaska, Grenada, Jamaica places in this hemisphere. But they thought of themselves as just regular church mem bers. When they married Tom was serving in the US Navy. He spent almost ten years on active duty, then continued in the Navy Reserves. During the active time Liz per suaded four other Navy wives to come with her to Naples, where she lived for almost a year while Toms ship went in and out of that port. Sometimes she would meet him at another port of call, such as Barcelona. That sailor had a wife in almost every port, but it was the same wife. Home from the sea, Tom went to work for the Federal Reserve Board in Washing ton DC. They lived in Maryland. Liz worked as a psychiatric nurse and nurse educator in Baltimore. There they brought up sons Paul and Pete and participated in their school and athletic lives. Paul excelled in swimming; Pete starred in lacrosse, soc cer, and swimming, graduating from high school with 12 varsity letters. After 25 years in that job, Tom was thinking about retirement. He asked Liz as they sat in the hot tub, Do you want to retire retire when we do retire? What about the Peace Corps? We missed it the first time around. Liz liked the idea and they applied. The Peace Corps welcomed them with open arms. Tom knew business and was a crack carpenter. Liz was a nurse educator with her MA in adult education. They were mature and had lived abroad. All they needed was references. One reference would surely be their pastor, Warren. He too thought they would make great Peace Corps workers, but Why not missionaries? Liz, startled, thought he must be talk ing to someone else. Us? But missionaries have to be good people. They need to know the Bible really well. Im no saint by any means! How refreshing! the pastor respond ed. In the hot tub again, Liz told Tom, War ren thinks we should go as missionaries. Tom replied thoughtfully, We could fill out the papers. If were meant to be missionaries, we will be. And they were. The United Methodist Church sent them to Lubumbashi in the southwest corner of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), then called Zare. Tom served the North Katanga Conference as general treasurer, handling a million dollars a year from the US, Switzerland, and Denmark, converting it into the local currency and distribut ing it as rapidly as possible before it lost value, overseeing its use to be sure it was well spent. Liz directed and taught in The English Speaking School of Lubumbashi, serving a score of nationalities. After that first term they were sent back to a popu lous village upcountry, where Liz trained the highest level of nurses in the country. Kabila staged a successful revolution, re -SPECIAL TO CLAY TODAYT om and Liz R yder. Linda M. McInturff Correspondent PENNEY FARMS -If you ask Terry and Pinna Arnold how they found out about Penney Retirement Community, they would probably say through Pinnas Aunt Naomi Bryant. The Arnolds came to PRC in March 2010, along with Terrys aged mother. After several attempts at getting his mother settled at PRC, they decided to return to Oregon where she could be near friends. She passed away early 2011. The Arnolds returned to PRC this spring and instantly became involved with community activities. Pinna Arnold is really Virginia. Asked how she came to be called Pinna she re plied, My baby sister couldnt say Virgin ia, so she called me Pinna. So it has stuck ever since. She was born in Madison, WI and moved to Los Alamos, NM when she was 2 and then to Eugene, OR at age five. Her dad was an elementary school principle and she grew up in Oregon. The family was made up of one brother and two sisters. Pinna relates that in the first year in Oregon you were almost guaran teed to get sick. I got pneumonia. Dad, being the principle of the school, declared that her girls would wear jeans to school. Thus we became the first girls to wear jeans to school. Yeah, Dad! My parents loved to camp, so we traveled a lot during the summer. By the time I was five years old we had visited 38 States. Pinna attended Oregon State U and earned a BS from Linfield College, OR. She has worked as a Home Econo mist, Home Management consultant and as a Certified Home Economics Educator. She owned a Bed and Breakfast for five years called the Bird and Hat. She also ran a restaurant and was Director of the Chamber of Commerce. She served as a lay leader and speaker and was involved with many different church committees. Terry grew up in Elmira, NY. He stud ied Ceramic Engineering for four years at Alfred University, NY. As Terry puts it, the west was calling so I moved to San Diego, CA in 1972. His only son, Josh was born there. In 1975 Terry moved to Stayton, OR and became a remodeling contractor, working on older homes. He has served on various committees in his church, serving as chair for their building committee. He loves to sing and play the guitar. Both Terry and Pinna had been mar ried previously. When asked how they met, Pinna recalls asking Terry to do some home repairs for her. They shared many of the same interests and activities with mutual friends, such as Bird Watching. One day they both took a double-take and realized they were good for each other. They have now been married 22 years. The Arnolds are off to Oregon again, but will be back in the fall, ready to settle in for good at that time. They have been a delight to get to know. The entire PRC family extends a warm welcome to them. SEE MISSIONARIES, 31

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SENIOR ACTIVITIES ELDER CAREGIVER SUPPORT GROUP: 7:30 p.m. the fourth Thursday of each month (Jan.-Oc tober) at St. Giles Presbyterian Church Fellowship 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. HEALTH FIRST COAST FIT CLUB: 6:30 p.m. each Monday at the First Baptist Church of Middleburg, 2645 Blanding Blvd., in Room 200 of the threestory building. Club is free; nothing intense, just a good evening of fun, fellowship, and fitness. Call Jonathan Leffingwell at (904) 385-0348) or email jonathan@firstcoastfitclub.com for details. 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., 24 CLAY TODAY A ugust 25, 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 PEOPLES TEA PARTY: 6:30-8:30 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 25, at La Nopalera, 2034 Kingsley Ave, Orange Park. Meeting includes dinner and discussion of local and national issues. RSVP to Mavis Caplinger at mcaplinger01@att.net or 904278-3987. LITERACY COALITION TUTOR TRAINING: 9 a.m.:30 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 27, at Orange Park High School Adult Education Center. Participants will learn how to provide one-to-one instruction for adults from various parts of the world. Pre-reg istration is required. Call 904-272-5988 or email clayliteracy@aol.com to register. VOLUNTEER APPRECIATION DAY: 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 3, at Clay County Animal Care & Control, 2984 State Road 16 West, A Pet Vaccine Clinic is also planned from 8 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. Free hotdogs and sodas and pet-related booths. YOUNG LIFE CLAY COUNTYS 6TH ANNUAL CRUD WAR: 5:30 p.m. Monday, Sept. 5, at Thun derbolt Park, Fleming Island. The annual food fight is open to all high school students. There is also a 5K race in conjunction with the 6th annual Crud War at 7 p.m. More information and online regis tration online at www.jax365.com/young-life-jiffylube-crud-run FREE BLUEGRASS CONCERT: 6:30-7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 6, at the Clay County Headquarters Library, 1890 Town Center Blvd., Fleming Island. Sponsored by the Friends of the Fleming Island Library, the concert will feature Florida musician, Alan Dalton and his Banjo. AARP DRIVER SAFETY CLASS: 9:30 a.m.12:30 p.m. Sept. 8-9 at St. Catherines Catholic Church, 1659 Kingsley Ave., Orange Park. Atten dance on both days is required. This is a refresher course, designed especially for drivers 50 years old and older. Registration fee of $14 ($12 for AARP members); class size is limited. Pre-register by calling (904) 298-2766. HEART OF THE COMMUNITY BREAKFAST: 7:30-10 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 17, at Moosehaven, Park Avenue, Orange Park. Yard Sale also runs Un til 11 a.m. Breakfast includes eggs, sausage, hash browns, French toast, biscuits, gravy, juice, milk and coffee for $5. 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. SEE CALENDAR, 25 Ongoing Clay County events & meetings broken down by category

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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. Website: clayteapar ty@yahoo.com. CHURCH ACTIVITIES IMPACT CLAY COMMUNITY PRAYER MEET ING: noon, second Thursday of every month at 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 SQUARE DANCING LESSONS: 7 p.m. each Monday at Doctors Lake Estates Civic Association, 4055 Cedar Road, Orange Park. Clay Allemanders Square Dance Club; the first two lessons (9/12 and 9/19) are free, then $4 per person per week. Call Robert at (904) 264-4571 for information. 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 CRUISE-IN: 6-9 p.m. third Saturday of the month at Bistro 3:16 Res taurant, 1241 Blanding Blvd. There will be a DJ, trophies, door prizes and 50/50 drawing. Send an email to claycountycruzers@hotmail.com and go online to www.claycountycruzers.com for details. 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 each month, at the Watson Realty Conference Center, 2239 Blanding Blvd. 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 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. every Sunday; $6 per person; open to the public. Email: FOE4365@att.net or call (904) 294-8133 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 CLAYTODAYONLINE.COM BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS A ugust 25, 2011 CLAY TODAY 25 Calendar Continued from page 24 SEE CALENDAR, 26

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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 Special to Clay Today TALLAHASSEE Over the last four years, Florida has found adoptive fami lies for nearly 14,000 foster care children more than 3,000 of those were adopted last year alone. Still, roughly 800 foster children are waiting for loving parents to give them a permanent home and a bright future. The majority of children in foster care who dream of being adopted are teenagers. I am so happy that more than 3,000 children in foster care were adopted last year in Florida, First Lady Ann Scott said. They will grow up supported and loved by a permanent family. As a child advocate, I have met many of our children in foster care available for adoption, and they have captured my heart. I encourage Florida families to experience the joy of adopting children from foster care. Floridas Explore Adoption campaign is supported by the Governors Office of Adoption and Child Protection and the Flor ida Department of Children and Families (DCF). It continues to raise public aware ness about the need to adopt children from foster care, including those who wait lon gest for permanent families: teens, sibling groups and children with medical needs. Information on the children and adopting can be found at www.adoptflorida.org Families and communities can make a tremendous difference in the lives of chil dren in foster care available for adoption. Please spread the word about the need for adoptive families, consider adopting a child or sibling group, or offer support to adop tive families, DCF Secretary David Wilkins said. Florida is a national model on adop tion because we never give up on finding adoptive families for chil dren in foster care. Dur ing the past year, Florida made ma jor strides in increas ing aware ness of children in foster care available for adop tion, including: Reducing the number of children in foster care available for adoption without an identified family from 850 to 800 on any given day in Florida. Launching the 30 Days of Amazing Children: Explore Adoption! campaign dur ing National Adoption Month in November 2010. The campaign presented a different video each day on www.adoptflorida.org of children in foster care speaking in their own words about their dreams of being adopted. Four months after the campaign was kicked off, 12 of the featured children had been matched with adoptive families. The creators of the no-budget campaign, Diane Hirth of DCF Communications and Cyndee Odom of the Gov ernors Office of Adop tion and Child Protec tion, re ceived a state Golden Image Award on Aug. 9 from the Florida Public Relations Association. Holding nearly 50 local adoption celebrations and finalization ceremonies around the state during National Adoption Month. Starting a Twitter campaign in April to promote adoption of children from fos ter care. People and organizations now are able to regularly access news and informa tion on adoption by following @Explore Adoption on Twitter. Featuring the Florida Association of Heart Galleries photo exhibit of 50 chil dren in foster care available for adoption in the state Capitol. The exhibit of professionally taken photo portraits of children was on display during May and June, the months that in clude Mothers Day and Fathers Day, on the 22nd floor of the Capitol and in the Governors Office lobby. Florida has received more than $15 million in federal bonuses for being best in the nation in 2009 and second in the nation in 2010 in increasing adoptions of children from foster care. There were 3,674 chil dren adopted from foster care in fiscal year 2007-08; a record 3,777 children adopted in fiscal year 2008-09; 3,368 children ad opted in fiscal year 2009-10; and 3,009 children adopted in fiscal year 2010-11. Floridas goal of safely reducing foster care has led to a 34 percent decrease in the number of children in foster care, down from 29,255 in December 2006 to 19,245 in June 2011, and that reduc tion has affected the number of children in foster care available for adoption. Floridians are encouraged to watch for and participate in the many local adoption celebrations that will be occurring this No vember during adoption month. 26 CLAY TODAY A ugust 25, 2011 BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS CLAY T ODAYONLINE.COM Calendar Continued from page 25 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 3535770. 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., Middle burg. Workshops focus on recycling, reusing and restoring home items. (904) 282-7590 or go to www.clayhabitat.org. JAX BIKERS PIT STOP: 6-10 p.m., ev ery Thursday at 3275-3 U.S. 17 N., Green Cove Springs. 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 Enterprise 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 counseling, advocacy and information. the confi dential 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 publi cation and are placed on a space-available basis. Send Calendar items to gwalsh@jcpgroup.com. 3,000 adoptions of children in foster care last year They will grow up supported and loved by a permanent family. As a child advocate, I have met many of our children in foster care available for adoption, and they have captured my heart. -First Lady Ann Scott

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CLAYTODAYONLINE.COM BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS A ugust 25, 2011 CLAY TODAY 27 N.E. Florida road closings, repairs schedule Special to Clay Today ORANGE PARK -Doctors Lake Dr. Shared Use Path Starting August 22, 2011, from 9 A.M. to 3 P.M., Monday thru Thursday, lane closures may be in effect on Doctors Lake Dr. Traffic will be controlled by Flagmen. Expect moderate delays during these hours. Doctors Lake Dr. from Peoria Rd. to Kingsley Ave. The sidewalk along Doctors Lake Dr. will be closed from Peoria Rd. to Greenridge Rd. beginning on Monday, March 28th and will be reopened in December 2011. The existing sidewalk and pedestrian bridges are being replaced and widened.. Following is a list of closings from the Jacksonville ofice of the staste Department of Transportaion: 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 and one south bound lane will be closed from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. daily from Monday, August 22 through Friday, August 26. This project is scheduled to be finished in the 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. SR 21 about 2.4 miles south of SR 16 (Clay County) One northbound lane will be closed daily between 9:30 a.m. and 3 p.m. on Tuesday, August 23 and Wednesday, August 24 for routine bridge maintenance. Two-way traffic will be maintained using flaggers. 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, August 21 to Thursday, August 25. The on ramp from Chaffee Road to I-10 eastbound WILL BE TOTALLY CLOSED from 8 p.m. on Friday, August 19 until 5 a.m. on Saturday, August 20. Detour signs will be posted. Cahoon Road IS SCHEDULED TO BE TOTALLY CLOSED from Devoe Street to Ramona Boulevard on Saturday, August 20 and Sunday, August 21 from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. 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 Sunday, August 21 through Thursday, August 25. Ramp closings will occur between 8 p.m. and 5 a.m. from Sunday, August 21 through Thursday, August 25. Detour signs will be posted. This project is scheduled for completion in the summer of 2012. I-10 just east of Stockton Street Various lanes will be closed nightly in both directions between 8:30 p.m. and 5 a.m. from Wednesday, August 24 for routine bridge maintenance. I-10 from the Baker County line to SR 23 Single lanes in both directions will be closed nightly between 8 p.m. and 5 a.m. from Sunday, August 21 through Thursday, August 25 for roadway maintenance. Bridge main tenance work will also be occurring just east of US 301 during the same times from Sunday, August 21 through Wednesday, August 24. I-95 just south of the Fuller Warren Bridge Individual southbound lanes will be closed nightly between 9 p.m. and 5 a.m. from Tuesday, August 23 through Friday, August 26 for routine bridge maintenance. I-95 pavement and highway improvement project between Atlantic Boulevard and J. Turner Butler Boulevard No lane closings are scheduled for next week. This project should be finished by early 2013. I-95 near US 1 near the Avenues Mall Various lanes will be closed nightly in both directions between 8:30 p.m. and 5 a.m. from Wednesday, August 24 through Friday, August 26 for routine bridge maintenance. The Angel T ree Program gives the community a chance to make Christmas better for disadvantaged children in Clay County. Salvation Army Womens Auxiliary already thinking holidays Special to Clay Today MIDDLEBURG Its that time again! Af ter a summer hiatus the Salvation Army of Clay County Womens Auxiliary is ready to convene for the 2011-12 year. New officers are in place and they are ready to work. The group is the fund-raising arm of the Salvation Army. With projects that in clude the Stuff the Bus Project, Angel Tree Program, Empty Bowls Luncheon, Com munity Outreach, and Christmas Kettle Drive, the Womens Auxiliary has many opportunities for involvement. Keeping the food pantry supplied is a major function for the Auxiliary. The Salvation Army staff is prudent in giving allowing families to receive two bags of groceries every three months. Still, the need for everything from help with utilities to food is on the rise. In July alone, 300 people were given food, nearly 250 people were given resource information and the Salvation Army office received over 2,800 telephone calls for as sistance of some kind. The annual Empty Bowls Luncheon is the largest fundraiser designated specifically for supplying the food pantry. Whether they are filling backpacks with school supplies, registering children for Christmas gifts or distributing those gifts, preparing for and working at the Empty Bowls Luncheon, helping at a Com munity Outreach, or ringing bells for the Kettle Drive thus welcoming the holiday season, Salvation Army Womens Auxiliary members can be as busy as theyd like. All women are welcome and the dues are $25 per year. Meetings are held from PHOTOS SPECIAL TO CLAY TODAYWomens A uxiliary Member, Debby Bryans grand daughters Bibyana and Jaiden Camarillo, helped ring the bell for the Salvation Army Kettle Drive last year. 10-11:30 a.m. on the third Friday of each month, from September through May, at the Salvation Army facility at 2795 County Road 220 in Middleburg. The initial New Members Luncheon is Sept. 16 at 11 a.m. Call Joan Tate at (904) 264-6938 for details. SEE SCHEDULE, 31

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28 CLAY TODAY A ugust 25, 2011 BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS CLAY T ODAYONLINE.COM shipping source was deployed to Iraq, the ladies auxiliary at Camp Blanding stepped up to organize and pay for the delivery. Troop leader Erin Howle said she came up with the Cookies for Courage idea last fall when her brother-in-law, U.S. Army Lt. Col. Michael Enos, was serving with the Afghan Finance Threat Cell. The girls were really happy to collect so many cookies for the guys, Howle said. We do have two Brownies that have dads that either were deployed before cookie time, or have deployed recently. I think that kind of made an impression on the rest of the Brownies. She also said that Keith Mathews, a serviceman and father of Brenna Mathews, donned his uniform and helped his daugh ter at one of the booths. Not only did the girls collect the cook ies, they also drew pictures and wrote notes of thanks to the soldiers, Howle said. They had a lot of fun doing that. She said some local residents donated money in addition to their cookie purchas es. Even people who didnt want to buy cookies for diet or economic reasons were more than happy to open their wallets for the boys in Afghanistan, Howle said. The donations were used to buy even more cookies. Howle said her brother-in-law ex pressed his gratitude in a heartfelt e-mail message. The whole office was abuzz about the cookies, Enos wrote. Youve made a bunch of folks really happy. Members of Girl Scout Cadette Troop 344 furthered the cause by donating ad ditional boxes of cookies.SPECIAL TO CLAY TODAYU .S. Army Lt. Col. Michael Enos (kneeling) and fellow soldiers serving in Afghanistan are all smiles after receiving 120 boxes of Girl Scout cook ies, courtesy of a Cookies for Courage campaign under taken by Brownie T roop 850. Enos niece, Emma Howle, is a member of the troop that in cludes students at Coppergate and Doctors Inlet elementary schools. Enos serves in the Armys Afghan Finance Threat Cell. STAFF PHOTO BY STEPHEN KINDLANDMembers of Brownie T roop 850 put smiles on the faces of several U .S. troops stationed in Afghanistan after sending them 120 boxes of Girl Scout cookies as part of their recently completed Cookies for Courage project. Members of T roop 850 -all students at Coppergate and Doctors Lake elementary schools -include Emma Howle (front to back), Marley F reel, Peyton Stidham, Emily Brown, Sophia Holt Brenna Mathews and Alyssa Hall. Cookies FROM PAGE 1

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CLAYTODAYONLINE.COM BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS A ugust 25, 2011 CLAY TODAY 29 Stripes is recognized the world over as a beacon of freedom, personal liberty (and personal responsibility), and the promise of a better life for each person and their families. Citizens of other countries are in awe of the potential of the United States and are attempting to enter this country by legal and non-legal means. They see the flag as a hungry person views a loaf of bread they will go through anything to get it. And current citizens will joyously celebrate under the shadow of this very same symbol. As we attend these functions we might take a few moments to consider the flag, its history, and its use. Our flag, in its current form, tells others about us today and reminds us about where we started. Fifty white stars on a field of blue stand for the number of states in the union. The red and white stripes represent the origi nal 13 colonies that made up the country at our founding. The colors signify aspects of our country: white for purity and inno cence, red for hardiness and valor, and blue for vigilance, perseverance, and jus tice. There is a code for the handling and display of the flag. For instance, it should be no lower than any other displayed flag. It should be to the speakers right when on a raised dais, and on the audiences right when the speaker is at the same level. It should be raised briskly and lowered slowly when displayed on a flagpole. On Memorial day it shall be raised to full staff and then lowered to half staff until noon, thereupon raised to full staff for the remainder of the day. These rules, and others, are enumerated in 36 U.S.C. 173178 and applicable sections of 36 U.S.C. 171. It should be noted that there are no penalties for misuse of the flag. Penalties are assessed at the state level and in the District of Columbia. I have had the opportunity to travel around some portions of this great coun try and have seen the flag flying in front of government buildings, schools and li braries, on planes and boats, and in the yards of our fellow citizens. And I feel proud when I see the Stars and Stripes displayed no matter where it is flown. But sometimes I see a flag that is in need of repair or that should be retired. When a flag is torn, faded, or has become tattered from use it should be retired. The method of retiring a US flag is to burn it in a digni fied manner. There are groups and civic organiza tions that will retire your flag for you. These include your local Boy Scout Troop or American Legion Hall. If you cannot find one to render this service for you, then you may mail it or take it to Troop 650, c/o Pinewood PCA, 198 Knight Boxx Rd., Middleburg FL 32068. This Troop has developed a dig nified and honorable ceremony for prop erly recognizing a flag that has served as a symbol of this great country. A Beautiful Symbol of the United States of America. Scouts FROM PAGE 15

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30 CLAY TODAY A ugust 25, 2011 BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS CLAY T ODAYONLINE.COM SPECIAL TO CLAY TODAYT wenty-one Northeast Florida car clubs were represented in the Garber Cruisin Back to School Car Show and Charity Event Saturday, A ug. 20. The event raises funds for Charles E. Bennett Elementary School. STAFF PHOTO BY STEPHEN KINDLAND Cruisin Back to SchoolAndy (center), Jake and Brittany Sobotta check out a 1946 F ord, one of 200 classic cars on display at Garber A utomall near Green Cove Springs on Sat urday, A ug. 20. The cars belonged to members of the Clay County Cruzers and 20 other classic car clubs. T ogether they helped draw an estimated 3,000 people who took part in other activities dur ing a day-long Cruisin Back to School fund-raiser sponsored by Garber A utomall to benefit Charles E. Bennett Elementary School in Green Cove Springs. The event raised $2,555 from the car clubs and $600 from a dunk tank. Fifty-five backpacks also were donated by visitors, according to Garber spokesman Zach Moore. Jake Sobotta, who works in the dealerships paint department, said he was impressed with the attendance despite a heat in dex that rose above 100 degrees. The turnout was unbelievable, he said. Maybe next year well do it in October when its not so hot. Garber car show supports GCS elementary Special to Clay Today GREEN COVE SPRINGS -An estimated 3,000 people to the Garber Automall for its Garber Cruisin Back to School Car Show and Charity Event Saturday, Aug. 20, in support of the Charles E. Bennett Elemen tary School. Car clubs in attendance were: First Coast Car Council, Jacksonville Corvette Club, Gainesville Street Rods, Jackson ville Mustang Club, SSR Fanatics, Cruisin Mopars of Jacksonville, Jaguar Club of NE Florida, North Florida Corvette Asso ciation, Ligthingrodder.com, NSRA Good Guys, NCF Studebakers, South GA Car & Truck Club, World Class Corvettes, Azalea Region A.A.C.A., Amelia Cruizers, Jackson ville Automotive Muscle, Clay County Cru zers, Jacksonville Rod Runners, Plymouth Owners Club, Modern Mustang of Jackson ville and North Florida Classics Sponsors: Creative Colors, Discount Tire, Green South Equipment, All Starz Au tomotive, Moda-vated Styles Sunglasses, Best Buy Golf Carts, Mary Kay, General RV, Discover Family Wellness, Verizon, For Ev ery home, Sirius Radio, Don Bell Signs, BSK Motors, Enterprise Rental Cars, Hooters, Karate America, Combat Athletix, Fusion Cheer, Middleburg Athletic Association, Clay High School Football, Fusion Cheer, Charles E. Bennett Track Team, Race Day Promotions, Backyard Carnivals, Captains Party Rentals, Boogie Freaks, Kirby Rental and Winn-Dixie.

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CLAYTODAYONLINE.COM BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS A ugust 25, 2011 CLAY TODAY 31 placing Mobutu as President. The Ryders were evacuated three times. While in ex ile in Zambia Liz couldnt go on training her nurses, but she was tapped to teach English to adult students in a Pan Afri can theological school. In two months she taught nine students speaking five differ ent languages to read English texts, take notes, and write papers! She did have to help them with their papers. About their Zare experience, Tom says, It was certainly the most worth while thing Ive ever done. Back in the States, these American easterners moved to California to be near their sons. From their home in Lake Tahoe thy kept volun teering and leading mission trips to Bra zil, Honduras, Angola, Lesotho... And finally they came to Penney Re tirement Community. Why? Because in the DRC they had known Larry and Laura Hills, when they were just beginning to make PETs, and Glen and Roberta Hup prich. Their enthusiasm led the Ryders to this continuing care community, where they could have a whole house and work at PET. Tom is also active in the wood shop and at Beyer House, while Liz leads activi ties at Hagen Care Center, makes stained glass, helps create socials, and works in the library. The Ryders are impressed with the educational level and the diverse inter ests of PRC residents. And PRC residents are impressed with them. Missionaries FROM PAGE 23 I-295/Collins Road interchange construction project Single lanes will be closed in both directions nightly on I-295 near Blanding Boule vard between 7:30 p.m. and 5 a.m. on Wednesday, August 24 and Thursday, August 25. The project should be finished in early 2013. I-295 under Morse Avenue One southbound lane will be closed nightly between 8:30 p.m. and 5 a.m. from Mon day, August 22 through Friday, August 26 for routine bridge maintenance. I-295 guardrail construction from Pritchard Road to US 1 Single lanes will be closed nightly in both directions at various locations within the project limits from 8 p.m. to 6 a.m. from Sunday evening, August 21 through Friday morning, August 26. This project should be finished in late August. 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, August 21 through Friday, August 26. 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. J. Turner Butler resurfacing project between I-95 and US 1 One westbound lane will be closed nightly between 8 p.m. and 5 a.m. from Sunday, August 21 through Thursday, August 25. The completion date is the end of the year. US 17 (Roosevelt Boulevard) pavement repairs from Woodmere Street to the end of the I-10 ramp Northbound lanes on US 17 near Park Street and the Blanding Boulevard overpass may be closed nightly between 7:30 p.m. and 5:30 a.m. and daily from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. northbound and 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. southbound. The westbound ramp from I10 to Roosevelt Boulevard WILL BE TOTALLY CLOSED nightly between 8:30 p.m. and 5:30 a.m. Detour signs will be posted. The ramp from Roosevelt Boulevard northbound to I-10 eastbound WILL BE TOTALLY CLOSED nightly between 7:30 p.m. and 5:30 a.m. Detour signs will be posted. This project will be finished in the spring of 2012. Schedule FROM PAGE 27

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32 CLAY TODAY A ugust 25, 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, August 22, 2011 Loreen Hart ley-Gallagher, 37, violating probation David Williams, 45, failure to appear Dave Hoo-hing, 52, domes tic battery Coy Busby, 24, violating probation Kimble Johnson, 32, grand theft Ibrahima Cherif, 28, simple battery domestic Michael Grassell, 29, violating probation Jeremy Walker, 23, domestic battery by strangulation Sandra Paul, 45, violating probation Amanda Ebey, 25, failure to appear Danielle Gifford, 31, failure to appear George Thompson, 34, violating probation Clay County Sheriffs Office Most Wanted Arrests Clay County law enforcement agencies reported the following arrests Aug. 17-23: Wednesday, Aug. 17 Barnett, Donald, 27, Jacksonville, grand theft Bowman, John, 37, St. Augustine, grand theft auto Boyer, Anthony, 31, Jacksonville, vio lating probation Brown, Sylvester, 60, Miami, failure of defendant on bail to appear Calabretta, Valerie, 52, Middleburg, warrant/battery on person 65 Cheatham, James, 23, Jacksonville, contempt of court Crews, Quinton, 32, Cross City, FL, failing to comply with sexual offenders Dunham, Antonio, 37, St Augustine, within 1000 ft of specified area; contempt of court; selling/purchasing/manufacture/ delivering Fushey, Micheal, 26, Orange Park, poss. marijuana with intent to sell Gandapas, Andrei, 18, Middleburg, re tail theft Harris, Timothy, 20, Palatka, failure to appear Hoilman, Edward, 38, Middleburg, leaving scene of crash involving damage Jacobs, Jason, 33, Green Cove Springs, battery on person 65 yoa or older Juvenile Offender, female, 17, retail theft Juvenile Offender, male, 14, burglary of dwelling unarmed; petit theft; grand theft auto; domestic battery Losey, Robert, 43, Jacksonville, fraud ulent use of credit card Martin, Richard, 38, Jacksonville, us ing/possessing ID of another person; grand theft Murray, Jason, 25, Middleburg, bur glary to dwelling; grand theft Shine, Blaire, 23, Green Cove Springs, violating probation Sims, Anthony, 19, Jacksonville, vio lating probation Steedley, Christian, 30, Fleming Is land, contempt of court Thompson, James, 34, Yulee, grand theft Valentine, Johnny, 21, Orange Park, contempt of court Zamoyta, Daniel, 36, Jacksonville, vio lating probation Thursday, Aug. 18 Akers, Mark, 29, Middleburg, animal cruelty/ abuse Brooking, Richard, 63, Keystone Heights, DUI alcohol or drugs Crain, George, 53, Middleburg, habitu al traffic offender Delgado, Joe, 46, Gainesville, nonsupport Eichholz, Lissette, 27, Green Cove Springs, robbery-unarmed Everetts, Lillian, 49, Orange Park, pe tit theft/retail Francis, Brandon, 29, Jacksonville, failure to appear Geiger, Rodney, 25, Starke, burglary of conveyance unarmed Harman, Jack, 32, Keystone Heights, violating probation; resisting officer; strik ing a police K9 Harvey, Ryan, 32, Hampton, violating probation Juvenile Offender, female, 14, grand theft Juvenile Offender, female, 15, grand theft Juvenile Offender, male, 17, burglary; poss. of weapon on school grounds; tres passing Kay, Curtis, 18, Green Cove Springs, felony battery McCoy, Brandon, 24, Jacksonville, grand theft Oberry, Ashley, 21, Keystone Heights, tampering with/fabricate physical; false info to law enforcement officer during felony Oberry, Lucille, 57, Keystone Heights, providing false information Richardson, Anthony, 30, Middleburg, duty upon damaging unattended Stuckey, Justin, 35, Green Cove Springs, violating probation Friday, Aug. 19 Altman, Nicolis, 21, Starke, violating probation Brooks, Leon, 40, Orange Park, sexual predator vacates permanent Brooks, Michael, 23, Orange Park, vio lating probation Brooks, Regina, 35, Green Cove Springs, violating probation Coates, Clay, 24, Middleburg, DWLSR; poss/use drug paraphernalia Cordero, Angela, Jacksonville, 31, grand theft auto Edinger, James, 26, Orange Park, home invasion without firearm Frost, Jason, 37, Jacksonville, bur glary of structure conveyance; indecent exposure public Gonzalez, Antonio, 46, Jacksonville, child abuse without great harm Hudzinski, Michael, 26, Jacksonville, violating probation Hunter, Forrest, 20, Orange Park, fail ure to appear Jackson, Deborah, 52, Fleming Island, resisting retail merchant/officer Juvenile Offender, female, 15, domes tic violence Juvenile Offender, male, 14, domestic battery Juvenile Offender, male, 16, failure to appear; victim is less 12 yoa offender less; aggravated assault Martinez, Oscar, 35, Jacksonville, con tempt of court Matthews, Taylor, 39, Middleburg, ag gravated battery (domestic) McClintock, Ryan, 29, Orange Park, violating probation Norris, Michael, 34, Middleburg, petit theft; resisting officer Ramey, Christopher, 39, Middleburg, violating probation Rosario, Christopher, 32, Orange Park, failure to appear Smith, Keith, 30, Jacksonville, violat ing probation Smith, Victoria, 45, Jacksonville, DUI Williams, Kevin, 29, Orange Park, dealing in stolen property Saturday, Aug. 20 Adams, Jason, 31, Middleburg, crimi nal mischief Clark, Tommy, 45, Green Cove Springs, cultivation of marijuana Dillhyon, Carl, 36, Middleburg, false police report Faucett, Emily, 27, Jacksonville, vio lating probation Frey, Marc, 20, Keystone Heights, van dalism; trespassing on school grounds Hart, Rhiannon, 24, Middleburg, fail ure to appear Horne, James, 39, Middleburg, failure of defendant on bail to appear James, Cornelius, 57, Jacksonville, re tail theft Johnson, Sarah, 27, Orange Park, shoplifting Juvenile Offender, male, 15, simple battery domestic Marshall, Laquana, 29, Green Cove Springs, shoplifting; violating probation Monis, Stephanie, 24, Green Cove Springs, violating probation Morris, Sharanda, 38, Orange Park, DWLSR Napieracz, David, 20, Middleburg, bur glary of structure conveyance; petit theft 1st degree property; grand theft Nester, Van, 29, Green Cove Springs, conspiracy to manufacture methamphet SEE ARRESTS, 33

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CLAYTODAYONLINE.COM BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS A ugust 25, 2011 CLAY TODAY 33 amine Nester, Van, 53, Green Cove Springs, crim att sol conspire 3rd deg fel; purchas ing or possessing/unlawful Paulk, Tyson, 22, Keystone Heights, violating probation Quiahua-Panzo, Abel, 22, Orange Park, no valid drivers license Ramey, Christopher, 39, Middleburg, violating probation Sylvester, Robert, 30, Orange Park, failing to register as sex offender Wiggins, Joseph, 45, Middleburg, DUI Williams, Billy, 22, Jacksonville, con cealed firearm Yates, Toy, 19, Green Cove Springs, pe tit theft Sunday, Aug. 21 Banta, Joshua, 25, Amsterdam, NY, DUI alcohol or drugs Batts, Gerald, 72, Aster, DUI alcohol or drugs Belden, Christopher, 41, Orange Park, roadway solicitation monies Boone, Joseph, 32, Camden, SC, failing to redeliver hired/leased Costa, Robert, 29, Middleburg, battery on officer firefighter EMT etc Evans, Ricky, 25, Middleburg, grand theft; dealing in stolen property Hollingsworth, Joseph, 24, Jackson ville; failure to appear Juvenile Offender, male, 16, shoplifting Key, Joseph, 20, Green Cove Springs, reckless driving; resisting without vio lence Mosley, Kellie, 41, Middleburg, shop lifting Patterson, Allison, 53, Fleming Island, DUI alcohol or drugs Peterson, Robert, 41, Orange Park, DWLSR Pilarczyk, Jason, 35, Jacksonville, poss. controlled substance Schaffner, Jacob, 29, Middleburg, tres passing after warning Smith, Michael, 25, Jacksonville, DUI w/property damage Spicer, Timmy, 32, Middleburg, retail theft Williams, Katrina, 30, Orange Park, failure of defendant on bail to appear Monday, Aug. 22 Bishop, Charles, 40, Orange Park, simple battery; aggravated battery with a deadly weapon Britton, Joseph, 34, Orange Park, fail ure to appear Egyed, Richard, 25, Middleburg, disor derly intoxication Ford, Tara, 22, Jacksonville, simple bat tery; battery on law enforcement officer Grubbs, Troy, 25, Green Cove Springs, domestic battery Isvak, Attila, 26, Orange Park, home invasion robbery; aggravated battery Juvenile Offender, male, 14, lewd las civious molestation Juvenile Offender, male, 15, poss. un der 20 grams marijuana Juvenile Offender, male, 16, poss. un der 20 grams marijuana Lapierre, Christian, 46, Jacksonville, operating boat under the influence Lee, George, 24, Maxville, failure to appear Leslie, Mark, 41, Orange Park, violat ing probation Marquez, Elizabeth, 23, Middleburg, contempt of court Marshall, John, 35, Middleburg, violat ing injunction for protection Perkins, Jon, 22, Middleburg, contempt of court Peterson, Wayne, 25, Orange Park, simple battery Rubino, George, 29, Middleburg, violat ing injunction for protection; poss. under 20 grams marijuana; violating probation Wilkins, John, 29, Jacksonville, DUI al cohol or drugs Tuesday, Aug. 23 Adams, Tobey, 37, Orange Park, DWL SR Alexander, John, 23, Jacksonville, drive with suspended revoked Brown, George, 19, White Springs, FTA-poss of alcohol under 21 years Coles, Garrett, 23, Orange Park, grand theft value 300 to 4,999, grand theft $100-$300, dealing in stolen property; giving false info to a pawn broker Conerly, Ivey, 29, Orange Park, no valid drivers license Davis, Anthony, 22, Middleburg, drive while license susp 1st off Garman, Mason, 21, Jacksonville, pos sess -20 grams cannabis w/o Gibson, Keith, 19, Orange Park, fraud ulent use of credit card Goicoechea, Gregory, 28, Jacksonville, possess -20 grams cannabis w/o Gomez-Medina, Gabriel, 61, Orange Park, no valid drivers license Griffin, Janice, 61, Fleming Island, pe tit theft/retail Grimsley, Robert, 46, Middleburg, DWLSR habitual traffic violator Hammontree, Sheena, 26, Orange Park, contempt-DWLSR Kelly, Winston, 37, Jacksonville, pos sess -20 grams cannabis w/o Palermo, Teresa, 49, Middleburg, petit theft-retail Parker, Oronde, 38, Orange Park, FTA DWLSR Paul, Sandra, 45, Middleburg, VOP grand theft Pelletier, Briana, 28, Orange Park, possess control sub w/o valid; possess/use drug paraphernalia Smith, Jacqueline, 20, Jacksonville, DWLSR with knowledge Stilianou, Christian, 26, Orange Park, VOP DWLSR Thomas, Edward, 38, Middleburg, driv ing on susp/revoked drivers Tomlinson, Ronnie, 25, White Springs, DUI alcohol or drugs Worrells, Glenwood, 39, Starke, petit theft (retail); resist retail merchant/officer Arrests FROM PAGE 32 Police Briefs Man accused of assault ORANGE PARK He may not be a hun, but a heavily tattooed man named Attila is accused of less than genteel behavior. Felony charges of home invasion and aggravated battery are filed against Attila Isvak, 26, of Orange Park following an in cident Sunday, Aug. 21, at an apartment on Bay Hill Boulevard, according to a Clay County Sheriffs Office arrest report. He is being held in the Clay County Jail. A man living at the apartment said he was awakened shortly after 3:35 a.m. by someone pounding on his front door and screaming. The man said he recognized the sus pects voice and opened the door because he was afraid the man would break down the door, the report says. Isvak -described as a white male, with a shaved head and tattoos including the number /88 and iron cross/swas tika on his lower back -demanded to see another man who lived there, then went to a bedroom where the man was sleeping and began yelling and physically threaten ing him. The report says at one point Isvak threw an ashtray and hit Darin Redning, 37, in the head while accusing Redning of messing with a girl the two men knew. After throwing the ashtray, Isvak picked up Rednings stereo and speaker as well as a Sony PS2 and a controller before leaving the residence. Isvak was arrested at his home across the street from where the incident hap pened, the report says. Officers in leadership training JACKSONVILLE -Several Clay County law enforcement officers are among the 34 first-line supervisors recently graduating from the Florida Department of Law En forcements Florida Leadership Academy. The graduates represent criminal jus tice agencies from across the state who serves in a leadership role within their agency. Seminar participants met for four weeks at the St. Johns River State College in St. Augustine. Graduates learned skills necessary to support the needs of their agency and the community as they prepare for future challenges. The goal of the Florida Leadership Academy is to prepare first-line supervi sors in criminal justice organizations to exemplify the character and integrity ex pected of criminal justice professionals, and examines the various components nec essary to be an effective leader. Clay County Sheriffs Office partici pants were: Sgt. Christopher Coldiron Sgt. Andrew F. Scott Sgt. Robert W. Heaps II Sgt. Wayne McKinney. From the Orange Park Police Depart ment were: Sgt. John B. Jock Sgt. Edward Kaczkowski. The Florida Criminal Justice Executive Institute, established within the Florida Department of Law Enforcement and af filiated with the State University System, was established in 1990 by the Florida Legislature to address the need for an in novative and multi-faceted approach to the education and training of criminal justice professionals. Juvenile delinquency info online TALLAHASSEE How can local govern ments find data to help them decide which juvenile delinquency prevention support services they need most? How can juvenile service providers find data to support their grant requests and plan for youth needs? Now it is available at a click. The Florida Department of Juvenile Justice (DJJ) Office of Probation and Com munity Intervention announces the first in ternet publication of data from the Positive Achievement Change Tool (PACT). The online availability of the PACT profile makes this highly useful tool read ily accessible, said Secretary Wansley Walters. This information is important to local governments and communities for planning and understanding the needs of their youth, and we urge them to use it. The PACT profile data is available by fiscal year (July 1 through June 30). Infor mation is presented from almost 750,000 PACT assessments completed in Florida from July 2006 through June 2010. There are nine separate views to ex plore, including risk to re-offend, drug and alcohol use, mental health issues, motives for crime, criminogenic needs and school, family and social issues. It is possible for the user to filter and examine statewide PACT data by fiscal year, race gender, ju dicial circuit and county. The data is pre sented in both tabular and graphic format. The PACT assessment and case man agement system tracks youth criminogenic needs, which are also referred to as risk factors, and protective factors. Examples of criminogenic needs are substance abuse and anti-social peers. Examples of protective factors include pro-social attitudes and consistent, appro priate supervision. Floridas centralized juvenile justice information system makes it possible to accurately track comprehen sive, statewide data. Go online to: www.djj.state.fl.us/Re search/tableau/PACT-Profile.html

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34 CLAY TODAY A ugust 25, 2011 BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS CLAY T ODAYONLINE.COM Aug. 17, five days after a witness reported seeing him use the lawnmower he was op erating to chase down a mother duck and four ducklings on a county right of way ad jacent to the Orange Park South subdivi sion, according to a Clay County Sheriffs Office report. The report also states that the prop erty already had been mowed, and that a witness told investigators that Aker in tentionally chased a mother duck and her seven ducklings before mutilating four of the ducklings by lowering the brush cutter attached to his mower. The witness also claimed that Aker ap peared to be smiling and gave a thumbsup sign after running over the ducklings. A second witness told sheriffs deputies that Akers bragged about his actions, accord ing to the report. Board of County Commissioners chair man Travis Cummings described the al legations as horrible, and that he is confident County Manager Stephanie Kopelousos and her staff will conduct a thorough investigation before further action is taken. Well see what happens, Cummings said. Kopelousos declined to comment on the case because the internal investiga tion has been initiated. Akers is facing a third degree felony charge of animal abuse. He has been re leased from the Clay County Jail after posting a $753 cash bond. Duck FROM PAGE 1 CRIME WATCH (Monday, Aug. 22 report) Robbery-Armed (Other Than Firearm/Deadly Weapon): On 08/19/11around 2200 hours, a (victim) was approached by an unknown black male (suspect) and put him in a bear hug on the side walk in front of his resi dence on Farm Way (HERITAGE FARMS & ORANGE PARK SOUTH) in Orange Park and asked for money. The victim said he had no money and slipped out of the bear hug. The suspect then ran eastbound down Apoka Drive. Thefts: On 08/18/11 an outboard motor with mounting brackets, fishing poles, a troll ing motor battery, and a tackle box were stolen from a boat from a tarp-like covered carport at a residence on Woodland Drive (LAKESIDE ESTATES) in Orange Park. On 08/18/11 an unattended wallet was stolen from a book bag at Orange Park High School on Kingsley Avenue in Orange Park. On 08/18/11 a mail box and post were stolen from a residence on Silver Creek Drive (SILVER CREEK HILLS) in Green Cove Springs. On 08/18/11 a report was taken at a residence on Sarahs Court (RUSSELL OAKS) in Green Cove Springs referencing a vehicle tag that had been stolen from a truck sometime within the past three (3) weeks from a parking lot in St. Johns County, or at the residence on 08/17/11. The victim is an over the road driver and has been out of town for this time period. On 08/18/11 an unattended purse was stolen from a shopping cart in the parking lot of Winn Dixie on Blanding Bou levard in Orange Park. On 08/18/11 an unsecured bicycle was stolen from the front of a residence in an apartment complex on DeBarry Avenue (GROVE PARK) in Orange Park. On 08/19/11 a tag was stolen from a vehicle between 08/17/11 and 08/19/11 at either the Hair Cuttery in Middleburg, or Winn Dixie in Middleburg. On 08/19/11 four (4) plant pots were stolen from the parking lot of Winn Dixie on Blanding Boulevard in Orange Park. On 08/20/11 the interior components of an exterior air conditioning unit were stolen at a residence on Indigo Avenue (BLACK CREEK PARK) in Middleburg. On 08/20/11 an unsecured bicycle was stolen from a bike rack at Octoplasma on Loch Rane Boulevard (LOCH RANE) in Orange Park. On 08/20/11 an unsecured golf cart was stolen from the rear of a residence on Cattail Street (JACKSONVILLE SOUTH) in Middleburg. On 08/20/11 two marine batteries and six (6) gallons of gasoline were stolen from an unsecured boat on the rear of a property at a residence on North Primrose Circle (BLACK CREEK PARK) in Middle burg. On 08/20/11 an unattended wallet and cell phone were stolen from a handi cap buggy in the parking lot of Wal-Mart on Blanding Boulevard in Orange Park. On 08/21/11 an air conditioning unit was disassembled and the copper tubing was removed from it at a residence on Hillridge Road (BIG TREE LAKES & SILVER SANDS ESTATES) in Keystone Heights. On 08/21/11 an unsecured genera tor was stolen from the back yard of a residence on West Blairmore Boulevard (MEADOWBROOK) in Orange Park. On 08/21/11 an unsecured riding lawn mower was stolen from the yard at a residence on Taylor Road in Maxville. Burglary to Structures: On 08/18/11 a report was taken about the theft of the front and garage doors on 08/13/11 from a dwelling under construction on Gardenmoss Drive (SIL VER CREEK) in Green Cove Springs. On 08/18/11 a flat screen television was stolen from an apartment at Bluff House Apartments on Wells Road in Or ange Park. There were no signs of forced entry. On 08/18/11 three (3) guitars, two (2) amplifiers, and two (2) foot pedals were stolen from a residence on County Road 218. Entry was made by removing a piece of wood that covered the previously broken back door window. On 08/19/11 an unknown suspect(s) entered a residence and placed in the wall with a hammer next to a light switch in SEE CRIME, 35

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CLAYTODAYONLINE.COM BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS A ugust 25, 2011 CLAY TODAY 35 the kitchen of a residence on Waters Edge Drive (WATERS EDGE @ EAGLE HARBOR) on Fleming Island in Orange Park. Two windows in the kitchen, the front door, and the bedroom sliding glass door were found unsecured. On 08/21/11 an unsecured riding lawn mower, two (2) ladders, and a gen erator were stolen from a covered over hang attached to a shed at a residence on Long Horn Road (LONG HORN ACRES) in Middleburg. Burglary to Autos: On 08/20/11 a wallet and a GPS unit were stolen from an unlocked vehicle at a residence on Grove Road (SEMINOLE RIDGE) in Melrose. Criminal Mischief: On 08/18/11 a fire extinguisher was thrown through the windshield of a vehicle in the parking lot of an apartment complex on Blanding Boulevard in Middleburg. On 08/18/11 a stepping stone was thrown through a window of an apartment in the Hunters Run Apartments on Bland ing Boulevard. On 08/19/11 two (2) tires were flat tened on a vehicle in the driveway of a residence on Edson Drive (BELLAIR) in Orange Park. On 08/20/11 a mail box and post were damaged by fire at a residence on Long Branch Road in Maxville. On 08/21/11 a mail box was dam aged at a residence on Raggedy Point Road (RAGGEDY POINT) on Fleming Island in Orange Park. On 08/21/11 a rock was thrown through the front windshield of a road main tenance tractor parked on the side of the road in the 2900 block of County Road 218. On 08/21/11 the rear door was forced open at an abandoned residence on Woodside Drive (MEADOWBROOK) in Or ange Park. Nothing was missing from the residence. (Thursday, Aug. 18, report) Robbery by Sudden Snatching: On 08/16/11 a victim fell asleep by a building on Blanding Boulevard in Orange Park. The victim awoke feeling someone going through their pockets. The suspect is a white male who stole $40.00 and a cell phone and then rode away on a bicycle. Thefts: On 08/15/11 the air conditioning unit was stolen from a vacant residence on Plankton Avenue (JACKSONVILLE SOUTH) in Middleburg. On 08/16/11 a Florida tag decal was reported stolen from a vehicle sometime be tween 08-12-11 and 08/15/11and somewhere between a residence on Dora Drive (HERI TAGE HILLS) and The Orange Park Mall. On 08/16/11 a lawnmower was sto len from the front patio at a residence on Tower Oaks Drive (OAK POINT OAKLEAF PLANTATION) in Orange Parl. On 08/16/11 a Florida tag decal was stolen from a vehicle parked at a residence on Ridgeside Court (FOXRIDGE) in Orange Park. On 08/16/11 a satellite dish was sto len from the roof at a residence on County Road 220 in middleburg. On 08/16/11 a Florida tag was stolen and the two (2) side mirrors were damaged on a vehicle parked at a residence on Hid den Waters Drive (HIDDEN WATERS) in Green Cove Springs Burglary to Structures: On 08/10/11 a large circuit panel box was removed from the wall and copper ele ments were stolen at a business on Wells Road in Orange Park. Entry was made into the business by prying open a roll up door on the side of the building. On 08/15/11 there was an attempted burglary at the snack bar at the Eagle Land ing Village Store on Eagle Landing Parkway (OAKLEAF PLANTATION) in Orange Park. The suspects entered through the patio screen, pried a screen off a window, but could not pry open the window. The sus pects also tried to pry open the door to the snack bar. The suspects then pried open another window when it opened the alarm went off. The prying tool was left under the window when the suspects fled the area. On 08/15/11 there was an attempted burglary at a residence on Periwinkle Ave nue (BLACK CREEK PARK UNIT) in Middle burg. The residences alarm went off when the rear sliding glass door was broken with an unknown object. On 08/15/11 jewelry and other items were stolen from a residence on Lion Street (JACKSONVILLE SOUTH) in Middle burg. Entry was made by prying open the rear door. On 08/15/11 a residence was dam aged and a floor safe was stolen from a vacant residence on County Road 315 in Green Cove Springs. Entry was made by forcing open the rear bedroom door. On 08/16/11 money and jewelry were stolen from a residence on Milligan Road in Keystone Heights. A family came home to find a suspect in their kitchen. One of the family members chased the suspect out the back door but the suspect got away into the woods behind the residence. Burglary to Autos: On 08/15/11 a wallet was stolen from the center console in an unlocked vehicle in the driveway of a residence on Foxridge Road (FOXRIDGE) in Orange Park. On 08/15/11 tools and a battery were stolen from two (2) trailers and a travel trailer at a business on Virgils Way in Green Cove Springs. Entry was made by cutting off the locks and also prying open the toolboxes. On 08/16/11 there was an attempted burglary to a vehicle at a residence on Sorrel Street (JACKSONVILLE SOUTH) in Middleburg. There were hand prints on the vehicles windows indicating someone had tried to enter the vehicle. Criminal Mischief: On 08/15/11 the mail box was dam aged at a residence on Misty Lake Drive (WATERFORD LANDING EAGLE HAR BOR) on Fleming Island, in Orange Park. (Monday, Aug. 15 report) Aggravated Assault: On 08/14/11 around 20:45 two (2) (victims) were walking in the 1000 block of Gano Avenue (GROVE PARK & BEL LAIR) in Orange Park when a suspicious vehicle approached them. The vehicle was occupied by two (2) white males. The pas senger pulled out a black semi-automatic handgun and pointed it toward the victims and made a clicking sound with his mouth. The vehicle then drove away in an unknown direction. Thefts: On 08/13/11 an air conditioning unit was disassembled and parts were sto len from it at a residence on Candlewood Court (GOLDSBORO & GREENSBORO) in Middleburg. On 08/13/11 a battery was stolen from a riding lawn mower in an unse cured shed at a residence on Forest Drive (BLACK CREEK FOREST) in Middleburg. On 08/13/11 an air conditioning unit was damaged and parts stolen from it at a residence on Oak Forest Road (BIG TREE LAKES) in Keystone Heights. On 08/13/11 an unattended purse was stolen from a shopping cart at the Wal-Mart store on Branan Field Road in Middleburg. On 08/13/11 an unattended purse was stolen from the area by the Karaoke machine at the Club Christopher on Wells Road in Orange Park. On 08/13/11 an unattended cell phone was stolen from a stock cart at Winn Dixie on Park Avenue in Orange Park. On 08/14/11 a fuel cap and pipe were stolen from a buried fuel tank in the yard next to a residence on Custer Circle (BEL LAIR WEST) in Orange Park. On 08/14/11 a black bag containing cash, a wallet, and a checkbook was stolen from a storage compartment in the bed of a pick-up truck at the Orange Park Cancer Center on Kingsley Avenue in Orange Park. There were no signs of forced entry to the compartment. Burglary to Structures: On 08/12/11 a Wii console and jew elry were stolen from a residence on Mes quite Avenue (TANGLEWOOD) in Orange Park. Entry to the residence was made by forcing the rear door open. On 08/13/11 a stove was stolen from the kitchen of an unoccupied dwelling on Stonebridge Drive (STONEBRIDGE) in Or ange Park. The dwelling was possibly un secured. On 08/13/11 two (2) television sets were stolen from a residence on Irishwood Court (GLEN LAUREL) in Middleburg. Entry was made by prying open the rear door. On 08/14/11 various pieces of jewelry were stolen from a residence on Marquois Drive in Orange Park. Entry was made by breaking a window in the garage and enter ing the residence through an unlocked door from the garage to the residence. Burglary to Autos: On 08/13/11 two (2) CDs, loose change, and an Iphone charger were stolen from an unlocked vehicle in the driveway of a resi dence on Hollywood Street in Middleburg. On 08/13/11 a wallet was stolen from an unsecured vehicle on an unknown street in Bear Run in Orange Park. On 08/13/11 a GPS unit, a cell phone, and womens make-up were stolen from an unsecured vehicle in the roadway in front of a residence on Summerset Drive (BEAR RUN) in Orange Park. On 08/13/11 a wallet was stolen from beneath the drivers seat of an unlocked vehicle in a parking lot on Kingsley Avenue in Orange Park. Criminal Mischief: On 08/12/11 a BB pellet was fired through the drivers side window of a ve hicle in the driveway of a residence on Harden Avenue (LAKESIDE ESTATES) in Orange Park. On 08/13/11 a fence was damaged at a residence on Grove Park Drive East (GROVE PARK) in Orange Park. On 08/14/11 a rock was thrown through a rear living room window at an apartment complex on Wells Road in Or ange Park. On 08/14/11 an antenna was broken off of a satellite dish at a residence on Wal nut Street in Green Cove Springs. (Friday, Aug. 12 report) Thefts: On 08/10/11 a report was taken at a residence on Pawnee Street (TANGLE WOOD) in Orange Park regarding the theft of a registration decal from a vehicle tag. On 08/10/11 a tag was stolen from a vehicle at a residence on Shannon Street (THE MEADOWS) in Orange Park. On 08/10/11 a mailbox and pole were stolen from a residence on Rowell Road in Green Cove Springs. On 08/11/11 a dog was stolen from the front porch of a residence on Westwood Road North (WESTWOOD) in Maxville. Burglary to Structures: On 08/10/11 a flat screen televi sion, a computer, and a jar of change was stolen from a residence on Bucknell Av enue (HIGHRIDGE ESTATES) in Keystone Heights. Entry was made by prying open a bedroom window. On 08/11/11 a safe was stolen from a bedroom in an unlocked residence on Stagecoach Drive (TANGLEWOOD) in Or ange Park. On 08/11/11 a bike was stolen from an enclosed patio at a residence on Arora Boulevard (MEADOWBROOK) in Orange Park. Entry was made by cutting the screen on the patio. On 08/11/11 a laptop computer and a backpack were stolen from a residence in an apartment complex on Wells Road in Orange Park. Entry was made by cutting the patio screen and forcing the sliding glass door. Crime FROM PAGE 34

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WWW.CLAYTODAYONLINE.COM OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE COUNTYS L EGALS TODAY SPORTS CLAY Clay County Area Sports Coverage Pages, 37-42 OP TEEN CA PTURES H O RSE JUM P ER EVENT See page 42 for story. HANANIA AUTOMOTIVE GROUPSPORTS FOCU S Event honors memory of high school player PHOTO SPECIALS TO CLAY TODAY A table display was setup in honor of former Fleming Island Golden Eagles linebacker Wesley Whiddon who was tragically killed in May 2008. All proceeds raised at the golf event are going to the building of the Wes Whiddon Field House on the schools campus. PHOTO BY ANGELICA PENNINGTON Former Orange Park High School football star Brian Sumlar with his bible and guitar, both of which has helped him immensely on his spiritual journey. By Horace Davis, Sports Editor FLEMING ISLAND Its been more than three years since the tragic death of Fleming Island High School football player Wes Whiddon who was struck by a CSX train near an Orange Park South subdivi sion but his memory continues to live on at the school and in the community that celebrated the young mans life with a third annual charity golf event, which includes, a scholarship for seniors bearing his name and a field house to be built on the campus of Fleming Island from the money raised. Thank you to everyone involved in honoring the memory of our son, Wes Whiddon Sr., said following the golf outing. The large turnout each year shows us the level of respect the community holds for Wesley. We miss him tremendously; you have no idea how much this means to all of us. Whiddon, 17, at the time of his untime ly death, though considered undersized at 5-foot-10, 175-pounds, was on the cusp on having another tremendous season follow ing a breakout junior year when he led the Golden Eagles in tackles with 175. He always played with his heart on his sleeve and would have been our first four-year letterman, said then coach Neal Chipoletti. The 3rd annual Wes Whiddon Memo rial Golf Tournament fielded 110 golfers in each of the last two years, while also rais ing a little more than $10,000 that will go towards the building of the Wes Whiddon Field House at FIHS the scholarship was formed by Whiddons little brother, Heath and his junior high football coach Robert Worley at Orange Park Junior High. After coaching Heath, if Wesley was anything like his little brother, Wes de served to be remembered always, Wor ley, who never coached the older brother, said. We do various fundraisers to raise money for scholarships and issued a $500 scholarship to one senior in 2009 and three seniors that received $1,042 apiece Wesley Whiddon Former star running back trades football for faith By Angelica Pennington, Correspondent ORANGE PARK The word transforma tion is defined as the change in form, ap pearance, nature or character and Orange Park High School alumnus Brian Sumlar embodies the definition in every aspect of the explanation. Sumlar, 23, was known for his impec cable speed and on-field exploits during his four-year stint as a Raiders running back who gained national attention from several college coaches the one that stood out most was Duke University. Unfortunately, like for many athletes, there are changes that take place and Sumlar who totaled 1,600 yards and 20 touchdowns his senior year, committed to Bethune Cookman University in Daytona Beach where he would finish with 1,123 yards and 14 touchdowns in a two-year stint on the football field before he was dismissed from the team. As we know, everything happens for a reason. The lifestyle that I was living had no purpose, but I thank God for the deliverance, Sumlar said. This world is so stereotyped, if you make a few mis takes, then youre seen as someone who will never change. But you must get up and overpower the spirit of failure, added the now transformed Sumlar. Following some self-evaluation, Sum lar realized he needed to change some things in his life. I knew better and should have beeen living better than I was, my family instilled God in me at a young age and I simply knew better, he explained. I felt I had to find Him for myself. I noticed that I didnt care about much in my life that had to change. Sumlar began his self-fulfilling journey by posting video blogs on Facebook that gave daily inspirational and motivational messages. Fast forward to present day Sum lar has graduated from college and is now working on his new gospel CD entitled, Power Praise. The CD consists of 20 songs of praise and breakthrough songs it is due to out later this year, possibly late October or early November. In doing his album and blogs, Sumlar was quick to note, Its not for fame or for tune but simply for my peers to see the work Christ has done in me. I want them to know He can do the same for them if you let Him. Sumlar said he began his musical en deavor by using rap as a hobby and cred its the transformation in his life as a newfound faith lifestyle. I always used to rap, but when you give your life to Christ, your talents will be much greater, a humbled Sumlar said. While making the change from an allstar athlete to a gospel singer, one would imagine how teammates would react to the change, but for Sumlar, it was positiv ity from most. SEE FAITH, 38 SEE MEMORY, 40

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By meeting them and anyone else in my life, I have the strength, knowledge, and understanding to share the gospel with anyone. In many situations similar to Sumlars, there is a correlation between the athletic understanding he has had all his life and the gospel journey he is now on its an interesting one at that. In any sport you play, it teaches you discipline, when you take the letters I and N out of discipline, you have the work disciple, Sumlar explained. This young man is on a journey for understanding as well as to share his tes Faith FROM PAGE 37 timony with peers and anyone who would listen whether it is through song or video blogs. I know what its like in not trusting God. The album is for people who want God but dont know how to get to Him, who want to change but dont know the first step, who live in darkness, yet they see a crack of light. Keep the faith and continue fighting. Love not the world, neither the things that is in the world, the lust of the flesh, and the lust of the eyes, and the pride of life, is not of the Father, but is of the world, Sumlar added with conviction while quot ing 1 John 2:15-16. Keep an eye out for Sumlar who can be found in the Orange Park area passing out copies of his album Power Praise and sharing the gospel. SPECIAL TO CLAY TODAYBrian Sumlar heads towards the end zone during his playing days for the Bethune Cookman Wild cats. The Orange Park native rushed for 1,123 yards and 14 touchdowns in a two-year stint on the football field with BCU Possible storm shifts kickoff classic schedules CORRESPONDENT PHOTO BY RANDY LEFKOSt. Johns Country Day School coach Merlin Smith talks to his players during a recent practice as teams prepare for kickoff classics this week. By Horace Davis Sports Editor ORANGE PARK With the possibility of Hurricane Irene moving into the First Coast area or remnants left over when Thursday or Friday night football games were to take place, many high school coaches and athletic directors decided to move the pre-season schedule up a day or two with the hope of beating the storm. Fleming Island and Oakleaf High Schools were originally slated to host Forrest and Creekside respectively, on Thursday Aug. 25 but moved their games to Wednesday for a report or scores on those games see our issue next week. 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CLAYTODAYONLINE.COM BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS A ugust 25, 2011 CLAY TODAY 39 The Jacksonville Jaguars F oundation, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Florida and the Weaver F amily F oundation announced the awards of $135,000 in Straight T alk funding which is partnership to reduce and prevent pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections among teens. Jaguars Foundation partners to award funds for teen pregnancy prevention program Jaguars introduce Half Pack half-season tickets Special to Clay Today JACKSONVILLE The Jaguars have re leased a limited number of five-game Half Pack half-season tickets that are now available for sale to the general public. The Half Pack offers fans the opportu nity to purchase the same seat for five of the Jaguars 2011 home games at Ever Bank Field, starting at $250. Fans can choose the Teal Pack and the Black Pack half-season packages and can pay in full or select a four-payment, interest-free payment plan to purchase the packs. Both packs include the preseason game against the St. Louis Rams on Sep tember 1st. The Teal Pack also features the September 11th regular season opener against the Tennessee Titans, the Monday Night game against the Baltimore Ravens on October 24 and the games against the Houston Texans on November 27 and Tam pa Bay Buccaneers on December 11. The Black Pack also includes the games against the New Orleans Saints on October 2, the Cincinnati Bengals on Octo ber 9, the Monday Night game against the San Diego Chargers on December 5 and the January 1 match-up against the India napolis Colts. Half Packs seats are available through out the General Bowl and in select sections of the Touchdown Club until September 1, Fans can save up to 17% on the cost of their tickets with the Half Packs when compared to game day prices. Fans interested in purchasing Half Pack tickets should call (904) 633-2000 or visit www.jaguars.com/halfpacks. Teal Pack Thurs. Sept.1 vs. St. Louis Rams 7:30 p.m. Sun. Sept. 11 vs. Tennessee Titans 1 p.m. Mon. Oct. 24 vs. Baltimore Ravens 8:30 p.m. Sun. Nov. 27 vs. Houston Texans 1 p.m.* Sun. Dec. 11 vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1 p.m.* Black Pack Thurs. Sept. 1 vs. St Louis Rams 7:30 p.m Sun. Oct. 2 vs. New Orleans Saints 1 p.m. Sun. Oct 9 vs. Cincinnati Bengals 1 p.m. Mon. Dec. 5 vs. San Diego Chargers 8:30 p.m. Sun. Jan. 1 vs. Indianapolis Colts 1 p.m.* *Kickoff time subject to change with NFL Flex Scheduling Special to Clay Today JACKSONVILLE The Jacksonville Jaguars Foundation, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Florida and the Weaver Fam ily Foundation announced the awards of $135,000 in Straight Talk funding. Straight Talk grants are part of the Foundations partnership to reduce and prevent pregnancy and sexually transmit ted infections among teens. Created in 1995 by Jaguars team owner and Foundation CEO Delores Barr Weaver, the Straight Talk partnership is a unique vehicle for positive change yearround in the local community by opening the lines of communication between teens and parents and providing medically ac curate information which empowers youth to make responsible choices. Since 1999, more than $2.1 million in Straight Talk grants has been awarded to local programs specifically dealing with this issue. The 2011 Straight Talk grant recipi ents are: Apel Health Services Center, Inc. at Abyssinia Baptist Church $20,000. Peer education mentoring and HIV/AIDS pre vention program. The Bridge of Northeast Florida, $40,000. Straight Talk Program at the Bridge Teen Center and Southwind Villa apartment complex. Girls, Inc., $40,000. Preventing Ad olescent Pregnancy (PAP) PACE Center for Girls, $35,000. Time to be a girl program. In addition to grant making, the Jaguars Foundations Straight Talk partnership of local media, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Florida and the National Campaign to Pre vent Teen Pregnancy collaborate to pro duce an annual prime time television town hall forum, Teens & Sexthe Real Truth. The show offers candid information on teens and sex and the consequences faced by sexually active teenagers. Also, since October 2010, PSAs of Jaguars Players, The ROAR of the Jaguars Cheerleaders, Delores Barr Weaver and Team Mascot JAXSON De Ville, produced by CW 17, have aired on all stations and Comcast to communicate the important prevention message to teens and parents. Delores Barr Weaver stated, The unique partnership of the media speaks volumes to their commitment to the com munity as they put competition aside to address this important issue for the ben efit of our youth. Peter Racine, Executive Director of the Foundation added, Through the in spiration of Delores Barr Weaver and the support of Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Florida and our media partners, we have been able to reach out to thousands of teens and parents with this important prevention message. For more information about the Straight Talk program, log on to the Straight Talk website at www.straighttalk. jacksonville.com.

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40 CLAY TODAY A ugust 25, 2011 BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS CLAY T ODAYONLINE.COM in 2010, Worley said. OPJH has a com mittee that reviews the applications and selects the recipients, and this scholar ship is very dear to my heart. Whiddon had envisioned playing col lege football before his death, and accord ing to former Clay High football player Stafford Davis, who played college ball at Illinois State University, and is now the coach at his alma mater, visited the Flem ing Island in June 2008, one month after Whiddons death with plans to offer him a full ride to the University. Coach Davis contacted me a year lat er and told me of the 2008 visit with the letter-of-intent for Wesley in hand, said Wes mom Angela Whiddon. In 2009 he not only sent me the letter but also sent a beautiful encased Illinois State helmet with the No. 42 on the back. The front of the case has a plaque that says Wes Whiddon, Honorary Scholarship Recipi ent, Illinois State 2008, which I proudly display in my office. Whiddon wore No. 42 and was ranked third in state in tackles during the 2007 season. He {Wes} told me God put him on this earth to play college football and I always knew Wesley was right, his mother said. Since his dream tragically ended, it is important that we help other high school students fulfill their dreams through the Wes Whiddon Scholarship. Its also a way to keep us going and make sure our son is never forgotten. I guess, even though it is weird to say, we are lucky parents. Through the hard work of Wesley on and off the field, with the assistance of Fleming Island High School and Orange Park Junior High, our son is not only remembered, but is now a legend, Angie Whiddon said. There are certain requirements for high school seniors looking to receive the scholarship, for more information visit www.weswhiddonscholarship.com. Memory FROM PAGE 37 Monster putt winner Bill Miller poses for a photo with Wesley Whiddons mother, Angie who is also the principal at W.E. Cherry Elementary School. The winning team at the golf event are F rank Pontore, from left, T ommy Murray, T om Pittman, and Neal Shone, they shot a 54 and were 17-under par. Angie Whiddon, second from left, and Wes Whiddon Sr., second from right, joined the winning foursome for a photo. advertise 904.264.3200

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CLAYTODAYONLINE.COM BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS A ugust 25, 2011 CLAY TODAY 41 Bowl America Orange Park Aug 7-13 Senior Men Frank Lusk 649 Jack Hubbard 641 Jim Shackleford 633 Don Waitkus 624 RW Cloud 623 Bob Smith 607 Youth BoysChris Kimball 664 Kyle Kohler 577 Senior WomenLori Asensio 563 Debbie Willis 533 OK Jones 525 Maryann Nevins 505 Youth GirlsKairstin Hopkins 548 MenChris Wells 718 Rob Lampke 714 Wrestling signings Former wrestling rivals Chris Anto nucci of Fleming Island and Casey Soileau of Clay High has become teammates af ter both signed scholarships earlier this month with Darton College in Albany GA. Soileau is coming off a Class 1A state championship in the 160-pound weight class, while Antonucci was a state quali fier in the same weight division but in Class 3A. Clay County PAL news The Clay County PAL has taken over the functions at the old Bel-Med Athletic Association and is now providing sports programs at that location along with other programs in the Lake Asbury/Green Cove Springs area. Currently, they have Pop Warner Foot ball/Cheer opening their season this Sat. Aug. 27 at Clay High School and the AYF Football/Cheer at the new Clay County PAL Sports Complex at Walter Odum Park (formerly Bel/Med AA) on the same date. Sheriff Beseler will do the opening coin toss for the opener at Walter Odom Park. Registration information is as follows; Fall baseball, softball and t-ball regis tration will be held on Sat. Aug 27 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Lake Asbury Winn Dixie, Sept. 3 and Sept. 10 will be at the same time but at Dicks Sports Goods Store at the Orange Park Mall. Boys and girls Tball ages (4-6) $60, Baseball ages (7-8) $95, (9-10) $95, (11-12) $110, (13-15) $125, Softball ages (u8) $95, (u10) $95, (u12) $110, (u14) $125, softball (u16) $125 Cost includes uniform; new members must have a copy of their birth certificate at the time of registration. For more infor mation or to register visit www.claycoun typal.com Alumni Football Games Do you miss playing the game of foot ball? Have you always dreamed of playing one last time? Well here is the chance to play in a full contact game with complete high school rules. Games will take place in January through March 2012, the loca tions and times will be announced at a lat er date. Represent your old school against a top rival. Sign up today, roster spaces are lim ited to the first 40 guys to sign up for each team. We organize the game and provide all the gear, including helmets, pads, field an nouncers, etcyou supply the hits. Visit www.alumnifootballusa.com for more information. Golf Invitational The Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity and Zeta Phi Beta Sorority are holding an inaugural Northeast Florida Scholarship Golf Invita tional on Sat. October 15 at the Magnolia Point Golf & Country Club in Green Cove Springs. Fall Festival Tanglewood Athletic Association is having their Fall Festival on Sat. Oct. 15 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and vendor oppor tunities are available for $20 for a nonelectric space or $30 for an electric space. For more information or questions on how to reserve a spot call (904)742-1858. Pars for Paws The Clay County Humane Society (CCHS) is sponsoring the 5th Annual Pars for Paws Golf Tournament on Monday, October 17. There will be a shotgun start at 1 p.m. at Eagle Landing Golf Club with all proceeds to support CCHS. The format will be 4-man (or woman) Captains Choice. Registration entry fee includes 18-holes of golf with cart; bag ser vice, complimentary driving range balls; GPS on carts; lunch; dinner; and prizes. Prizes will be awarded for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place scores; Longest Drive; Longest Putt; and Closest to the Pin. Individual registration fee is $100 or $360 foursome, for more information con tact CCHS at (904) 276-7729 or Jerry Milan at (904) 610-7603 or jerrymilan@ comcast.net NFL Play 60 grant Schools can enter the Back to Football Friday contest at www.NFLRUSH.com/ BackToFootball. They will be asked to sub mit photos of their Back to Football Friday event and answer brief essay questions for the chance to win a $10,000 NFL PLAY 60 grant for fitness equipment at their school and an NFL team celebration. Thirty-four winning schools will be selected as NFL PLAY 60 Super Schools, one in each of the 32 NFL markets, and two at-large win ners. Through the contest, schools can cheer on their favorite teams, while sup porting the health and wellness of children Sports Briefs in their community. Special Olympics softball practice Special Olympics Clay County soft ball practice is being held at Middleburg High School for athletes ages 8 and up on Sundays at 6 p.m. For registration and information contact Marsha Otti at (904) 759-8871 Special Olympics bowling competition The Special Olympics Clay County bowling competition will be held at Bowl America, Orange Park with the elementary school competition beginning Friday, Sep tember 2. The junior high and high school competition will begin on Friday, Septem ber 9 and the adult competition will begin on Sunday, Sept. 11 at 9 a.m. All athletes must register by August 20. Bowling Prac tice will be held on Saturdays beginning August 13 at noon. For registration and information con tact Ronna Smith at (904) 449-2140. 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, Baker, Duval, Bradford, Nassau, Putnam and St. Johns Countys. Jaguars single game tickets Single game tickets for the Jaguars 2011 home games at EverBank Field will go on sale to the public beginning Thurs day, August 25 at 9 a.m. There are great seats available for all nine remaining home games including the September 1st preseason game against the St. Louis Rams. The Jaguars regular season opener is scheduled for Sunday, Sept. 11 against the Tennessee Titans. Single game ticket prices for the 2011 season are $55, $60, $65, $75, $85, $95 & $110 for general bowl seats and $170, $230 & $260 for the Touchdown Club. Single game ticket buyers are encouraged to purchase tickets ahead of game day to save up to 10% on tickets that are sold at the stadium on the day of game. Got a story to tell? Call Greg Walsh at 264-3200 or email gwalsh@jcpgroup.com

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42 CLAY TODAY A ugust 25, 2011 BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS CLAY T ODAYONLINE.COM Orange Park teenager Natalya Jarczyk and her own F rivole Des Pres recently captured the $15,000 Marshall & Sterling Child/A dult Jumper Classic in Ocala. Jarczyk, 15, was one 67 riders to take the field on a course designed by ac claimed Course Designer Jose Pepe Gamarra, who is originally from La Paz, Bolivia and now resides in Ellenton, Florida. Orange Park teen wins horse jumper classic Special to Clay Today OCALA The crowd was red hot on a Saturday night at HITS Post Time Farm as Natalya Jarczyk and her own Frivole Des Pres captured the $15,000 Marshall & Sterling Child/Adult Jumper Classic. Ex hibitors, family and friends filled the stands and The Overlook VIP Club to support one of HITS Ocalas most coveted events. The $15,000 Marshall & Sterling Child/ Adult Jumper Classic is one of the most anticipated events of the Ocala season, as Child and Adult riders go head-to-head to showcase their talent under the lights of the Grand Prix ring. Codys Original Road house, an official HITS VIP Restaurant, was on hand serving complimentary food to spectators at The Overlook Club, to make for an extraordinary evening. Jarczyk, 15, of Orange Park, was one 67 riders to take the field on a course de signed by acclaimed Course Designer Jose Pepe Gamarra, who is originally from La Paz, Bolivia and now resides in Ellenton, Florida. It was so much fun, exclaimed Jar czyk, who won on her 18-year-old, Selle Francais mare. She really saved me out there. Shes the best. The triple in the first round was really tough and a lot people were having trouble with that. In that com bination, I added two strides in the one and she was so careful. Jarczyk and Frivole Des Pres have been showing together since August 2009, and recently moved up to the Childrens Jumper High division. ATTENTION SHUTTERBUGS! Do you have an interesting photo you would like to share? Send all submissions to Greg Walsh, Managing Editor at gwalsh@jcpgroup.com. All photos will be considered for publication. 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 A ugust 25, 2011 CLAY TODAY 47 47 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR CLAY COUNTY, FLORID A Case No. 2011-CA-000659 MIDFIRST BANK, Plaintiff, v. MARGARITANAZARIO;andNAVYFEDERAL CREDIT UNION, Defendants. NOTICE OF ACTION TO:MARGARITANAZARIOANDALL OTHERS WHOM IT MAY CONCERN YOUARENOTIFIEDthatanactionto reestablishalostmortgageandfordeclaratoryjudgmentestablishinganddetermining themortgagespriorityonthefollowing property in Clay County, Florida: THEFOLLOWINGREALPROPERTYSITUATEINTHECITYOFORANGEPARK, COUNTYOFCLAY,STATEOFFLORIDA, TOWIT:LOT17,BLOCK3,THEMEADOWS,ACCORDINGTOPLATTHEREOF RECORDEDINPLATBOOK15,PAGES 64,65,AND66OFTHEPUBLICRECORDS OF CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA. hasbeenfiledagainstyouandyouare requiredtoserveacopyofyourwrittendefenses,ifany,toitonMichaelC.Rayboun, theplaintiffsattorney,whoseaddressis 1953ThomasvilleRoad,Tallahassee,Florida32303,withinthirty(30)daysofthefirst publication,andfiletheoriginalwiththe clerkofthiscourteitherbeforeserviceon plaintiffsattorneyorimmediatelythereafter;otherwiseadefaultwillbeentered againstyouforthereliefdemandedinthe complaint. DATED on Jul y 25, 2011. y James B. Jett As Clerk of Court By Lisa Carpente r As Deputy Cler k Legal22651publishedAug.4,Aug.11, Aug.18andAug25,2011inClayCount y s Cla y Toda y news p a p er ( 3852483 ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLA Y COUNTY, FLORID A Case No.: 02-DR-1323 Division: Scott Haley, Petitioner and Vanessa Hardway, Respondent. NOTICEOFACTIONFORPETITIONTO MODIFY F.J. To: Vanessa Hardway Lastknownaddress:1745WellsRd.Orange Park, FL 32073 YOUARENOTIFIEDthatanactionhas beenfiledagainstyouandthatyouarerequiredtoserveacopyofyourwrittendefenses,ifany,toitonScottHaleyonorbeforeSept.12,2011,andfiletheoriginal withtheclerkofthisCourtat825N.OrangeAvenue,GreenCoveSprings,FL 32043beforeserviceonPetitionerorimmediatelythereafter. Ifyoufailtodoso, adefaultmaybeenteredagainstyoufor the relief demanded in the petition. Copiesofallcourtdocumentsinthis case,includingorders,areavailableat theClerkoftheCircuitCourtsoffice. Youmayreviewthesedocumentsupon request YoumustkeeptheClerkoftheCircuitCourtsofficenotifiedofyourcurrentaddress.(YoumayfileNoticeof CurrentAddress,FloridaSupremeCourt ApprovedFamilyLawForm12,915.)Future p a p ersinthislawsuitwillbemailed pp totheaddressonrecordattheclerks office. WARNING:Rule12,285,FloridaFamilyLawRulesofProcedure,requirescertainautomaticdisclosureofdocuments andinformation.Failuretocomplycan resultinsanctions,includingdismissal of striking of pleadings. Legal22663publishedAug.4,Aug.11, Aug.18,andAug.25,2011inClayCount y s Cla y Toda y news p a p er ( 3853584 ) NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN,that PPTS 1LLC theholderofthefollowingcertificate hasfiledsaidcertificateforataxdeedtobe issuedthereon.Thecertificatenumberand yearofissuance,thedescriptionofthe property,andthenamesinwhichitwasassessed are as follows: Certificate No. 5375 Year of Issuance 2009 DescriptionofProperty: LOT11BLK8 TANGLEWOODVILLAGUNIT1REPLA T ASRECOR991PG568,1025PG425, 1221 PG 41 & 1253 PG 405 Parcel # 270425-020963-151-00 Opening Bid: $7,050.58 Physical Address: 1220CalicoCt,Orange Park Classification: SingleFamilyResidence Nameinwhichassessed: SusanGDouglas SaidpropertybeingintheCountyof CLAY, State of Florida. Unlesssuchcertificateshallberedeemedaccordingtolawthepropertydescribedinsuchcertificateshallbesoldto thehighestbidderatthecourthousedoor onthe 21st dayof September,2011 at 9:30 A.M. Dated this 29th day of July, 2011 James B. Jett Clerk of Circuit Court of Clay County, Florida Legal22689publishedAug4,Aug11, Aug18,andAug25,2011inClayCount y s Cla y Toda y news p a p er ( 3855543 ) NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN,that PPTS 1LLC theholderofthefollowingcertificate hasfiledsaidcertificateforataxdeedtobe issuedthereon.Thecertificatenumberand yearofissuance,thedescriptionofthe property,andthenamesinwhichitwasassessed are as follows: Certificate No. 3672 Year of Issuance 2009 DescriptionofProperty: EOFSW OFNW,PTOFEOFNWOFSW &PTOFEOFNWOFNW&PT EOFWOFNWASRECOR177 PG472,1387PG2175&1569PG1592 EXPTRECOR1476PG2039&1832PG 1541 Parcel # 040525-009004-000-00 Opening Bid: $5,699.77+ $112,409.00 Physical Address: 1702RussellRd, Middleburg Classification: SingleFamilyResidence Nameinwhichassessed: AdelleKennedy Lanoue P/R SaidpropertybeingintheCountyof CLAY, State of Florida. Unlesssuchcertificateshallberedeemedaccordingtolawthepropertydescribedinsuchcertificateshallbesoldto thehighestbidderatthecourthousedoor onthe 21stdayofSeptember,2011at 9:30 A.M. Dated this 29th day of July, 2011 James B. Jett Clerk of Circuit Court of Clay County, Florida Legal22690publishedAug4,Aug11, Aug18andAug25,2011inClayCountys Clay Today newspaper (3855567) NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN,that PPTS 1LLC theholderofthefollowingcertificate hasfiledsaidcertificateforataxdeedtobe issuedthereon.Thecertificatenumberand yearofissuance,thedescriptionofthe property,andthenamesinwhichitwasassessed are as follows: Certificate No. 4990 Year of Issuance 2009 DescriptionofProperty: E16.66LOT8, ALL9&W16.67LOT10BLK12GOLDENGATEMANORASRECOR2582PG 91 Parcel # 380626-018401-001-00 Opening Bid: $3,532.85+ $31,317.00 Physical Address: 1507Center Street, Green Cove Springs Classification: SingleFamilyResidence Nameinwhichassessed: AlisonMartinez & Jose Martinez Sr SaidpropertybeingintheCountyof CLAY, State of Florida. Unlesssuchcertificateshallberedeemedaccordingtolawthepropertydescribedinsuchcertificateshallbesoldto thehighestbidderatthecourthousedoor onthe 21stdayofSeptember,2011at 9:30 A.M Dated this 29th day of July, 2011 James B. Jett Clerk of Circuit Court of Clay County, Florida Legal22691publishedAug4,Aug11, Aug18andAug25,2011inClayCount y s Cla y Toda y news p a p er ( 3855582 ) NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN,that PPTS 1LLC theholderofthefollowingcertificate hasfiledsaidcertificateforataxdeedtobe issuedthereon.Thecertificatenumberand yearofissuance,thedescriptionofthe property,andthenamesinwhichitwasassessed are as follows: Certificate No. 5147 Year of Issuance 2009 DescriptionofProperty: LOT6BLK1 GROVEPARK1ASRECOR133PG616 & 2305 PG 825 Parcel # 410426-019928-000-00 Opening Bid: $7,669.54 Physical Address: 1837GrovePar k Dr, Orange Park Classification: SingleFamilyResidence Nameinwhichassessed: KathrynL Harper SaidpropertybeingintheCountyof CLAY, State of Florida. Unlesssuchcertificateshallberedeemedaccordingtolawthepropertydescribedinsuchcertificateshallbesoldto thehighestbidderatthecourthousedoor onthe 21stdayofSeptember,2011at 9:30 A.M. Dated this 29th day of July, 2011. James B. Jett Clerk of Circuit Court of Clay County, Florida Legal22692publishedAug.4,Aug.11, Aug.18andAug.25,2011inClayCount y s Cla y Toda y news p a p er ( 3855599 ) NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN,that PPTS 1LLC theholderofthefollowingcertificate hasfiledsaidcertificateforataxdeedtobe issuedthereon.Thecertificatenumberand yearofissuance,thedescriptionofthe property,andthenamesinwhichitwasassessed are as follows: Certificate No. 5203 Year of Issuance 2009 DescriptionofProperty: PRCLAA/K/ A PTLOT18BLK4HERITAGEHILLSUNIT 1 AS REC O R 2778 PG 1393 Parcel # 130425-020304-070-00 Opening Bid: $6,186.60+ $46,133.00 Physical Address: 568Benjamin Rush PL, Orange Park Classification: S i ngleFamilyResidence Nameinwhichassessed: MoresaJackson SaidpropertybeingintheCountyof CLAY, State of Florida. Unlesssuchcertificateshallberedeemedaccordingtolawthepropertydescribedinsuchcertificateshallbesoldto thehighestbidderatthecourthousedoor onthe 21stdayofSeptember,2011at 9:30 A.M. Dated this 29th day of July, 2011 James B. Jett Clerk of Circuit Court of Clay County, Florida Legal22693publishedAug4,Aug11, Aug18,andAug25,2011inClayCount y s Cla y Toda y news p a p er ( 3855633 ) Request for Proposal TheFloridaLegislaturecreatedSection 1013.721,(ABusiness-Community[ABC] SchoolProgram,--)FloridaStatutes,topromotebusinesspartnershipsineducation, reduceschoolandclassroomovercrowding throughoutthestate,offsetthehighcostof constructingeducationalfacilities,anduse duediligenceandsoundbusinesspractice inusingavailableeducationalspace.An ABCschoolisapublicschooloperatedb y alocalbusinessforinstructionfortheiremployeesstudentsenrolledinkindergarten throughthirdgrade.ABCschoolsarepublicschoolssubjecttothesameguidelines andregulationsasallotherpublicschools. TheABCSchoolisoperatedunderthe oversightoftheClayCountySchoolBoard. ProposalsforABCSchoolsarenowbeing acceptedbytheClayCountySchoolBoard. Applicationpacketsmaybeobtainedfrom theElementaryEducationDivision,Cla y CountySchoolBoard,23SouthGreen Street, Green Cove Springs, Florida 32043 Legal22702publishedAug25,2011in ClayCountysClayTodaynewspaper ( 3856589 ) NOTICE OF SHERIFFS SALE NOTICEISHEREBYGIVENThatpursuanttoaWRITOFEXECUTIONissuedin theCircuitCourt,ClayCounty,Florida,on the6thdayofApril2011,inthecause whereinSTEVENDEWITT,isplaintiff,and DONBARRYJR,individually&DONBARRYCLASSICSINC,isdefendant,being casenumber2010-CA-003078insaid

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48 CLAY TODAY A ugust 25, 2011 BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS CLAY T ODAYONLINE.COM 48 Court,I,RICKBESELER,asSheriffofCla y County,Florida,havelevieduponallright, titleandinterestoftheDefendant,DON BARRYJR.&DONBARRYCLASSICS, INC.,inandtothefollowingdescribed property, to wit: SR21 LOT 2A KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FL (PROPERTY AS MORE SPECIFICALLY DESCRIBED IN EXHIBIT A) Andonthe13thdayofSeptember2011,at 901N.OrangeAv.,GreenCoveSprings, ClayCounty,Floridaatthehourof10:00 a.m.,orassoonthereafteraspossible,I willofferforsaleallofthesaidDefendants, DONBARRYJR.&DONBARRYCLASSICS,INC.,right,titleandinterestinaforesaidpropertyatpublicoutcryandwillsell thesame,subjecttoallpriorliens,taxes, j udgmentsandencumbrances,ifany,to thehighestandbestbidderorbiddersfor CASH,theproceedstobeappliedasfaras maybetothepaymentofcostsandthe satisfactionoftheabove-describedExecution RICK BESELER, SHERIFF Clay County, Florida By. Sgt. M. Ciavola Individualswithdisabilitiesneedinga reasonableaccommodationtoparticipate inthisproceedingshouldcontacttheCivil ProcessSectionoftheClayCountySheriffsOffice(904)529-6020atleastfivedays prior to the date of sale. EXHIBIT A Lot 2A AportionoftheSW1/4ofSection3, Township8South,Range23East,Clay County,Florida,beingmoreparticularly described as follows: Commenceatapermanentreference monumentslocatedattheintersection oftheSoutheasterlyright-of-waylineof StateRoadNo.21andtheSouthlineof saidSection3,andrunthenceN46deg 35min00secE,alongtheSoutheasterlyright-of-waylineofsaidStateRoada distanceof240feettoanironpipefor thePointofBeginning;thencecontinue N46deg35min00secE,alongsaid Southeasterlyright-of-wayline,adistanceof185feet;thencerunS83deg 47min19secE,481.19feet;thencerun S02deg29min54secW,100.56feet; thencerunN87deg36min40secW, 608.89feettothePointofBeginning. Saidlandscontaining1.480acresmore or less. SUBJECTTOanEasementforIngressandEgressintheSW1/4ofSection3,Township8South,Range23 East,ClayCounty,Florida,being30feet inwidthandlyingtotheleftofthefollowing described line: Commenceatapermanentreference monumentlocatedattheIntersectionof theSoutheasterlyright-of-waylineof StateRoadNo.21andtheSouthlineof Section3,andrunthenceN46deg35 min00secE,alongtheSoutheasterly right-of-waylineofsaidStateRoada distanceof240feettoanIronpipefor thePointofBeginningofthiseasement; thencerunS87deg36min40secE, 608.89 feet to the end of said easement. Legal22728publishedAug.11,Aug.18, Aug.25,andSept.1,2011inClayCount y s Cla y Toda y news p a p er ( 3860827 ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR CLA Y COUNTY, FLORID A PROBATE DIVISION File Number: 2011 CP 265 Division: A INRE:ESTATEOFJAMESWALTER OESCHLER, Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Theadministrationoftheestateof JAMESWALTEROESCHLER,deceased, whosedateofdeathwasDecember30, 2010,ispendingintheCircuitCourtfor ClayCounty,Florida,ProbateDivision,the addressofwhichis825NorthOrangeAvenue,GreenCoveSprings,Florida32043. Thenamesandaddressesofthepersonalrepresentativeandthepersonalrepresentatives attorney are set forth below. Allcreditorsofthedecedentandother personshavingclaimsordemandsagainst decedentsestateonwhomacopyofthis noticeisre q uiredtobeservedmustfile q theirclaimswiththiscourtWITHINTHE LATEROF3MONTHSAFTERTHETIME OFTHEFIRSTPUBLICATIONOFTHIS NOTICEOR30DAYSAFTERTHEDATE OFSERVICEOFACOPYOFTHISNOTICE ON THEM. Allothercreditorsofthedecedentand otherpersonshavingclaimsordemands againstdecedentsestatemustfiletheir claimswiththiscourtWITHIN3MONTHS AFTERTHEDATEOFTHEFIRSTPUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. ALLCLAIMSNOTFILEDWITHINTHE TIMEPERIODSSETFORTHINSECTION 733.702OFTHEFLORIDAPROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDINGTHETIMEPERIODSETFORTHABOVE,ANYCLAIM FILEDTWO(2)YEARSORMOREAFTER THEDECEDENTSDATEOFDEATHIS BARRED. Thedateoffirstpublicationofthisnotice is August 18, 2011. Emily K. Dillo w Florida Bar No. 0035977 Thomas M. Donahoo, Jr. Florida Bar Number: 0078530 Attorney for Petitione r Donahoo, Ball & McMenamy 50 North Laura Street, Suite 2925 Jacksonville, FL 32202 Telephone: 904-354-8080 DEBORAH OESCHLER Personal Representative 2459 Cypress Springs Road Orange Park, FL 32073 Legal22736publishedAug.18andAug 25,2011inClayCountysClayToday news p a p er ( 3861977 ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR CLAY COUNTY, FLORID A CASE NO: 10-2009-CA-001794-B LITTON LOAN SERVICING, LP Plaintiff, vs. RANDOLPHR.ANDERSON;UNKNOWN SPOUSEOFRANDOLPHR.ANDERSON; UNKNOWNTENANTI;UNKNOWNTENANTII;CATINAHEMPSHIREANDERSONA/K/ACATINAANDERSON BRYANT,andanyunknownheirs, devisees,grantees,creditors,andother unknownpersonsorunknownspouses claimingby,throughandunderanyof the above-named Defendants, Defendants. AMENDED NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE NOTICEisherebygiventhattheundersignedClerkoftheCircuitCourtofCla y County,Florida,willonthe19thdayof September,2011,at10:00A.M.atthe FrontstepsoftheClayCountyCourthouse inGreenCoveSprings,offerforsaleand sellatpublicoutcrytothehighestandbest bidderforcash,thefollowing-described property situate in Clay County, Florida: AParceloflandsituatedintheNorth 1/2oftheNorthwest1/4ofSection22, Township5South,Range24East,Clay County,Floridaandmoreparticularly described as follows: BeginattheSoutheastcornerofsaid North1/2oftheNorthwest1/4;thence ontheEastlinethereofNorth00deg36 min11secEast280.00feettoapoint; thenceSouth89deg16min00secWest 203.83feettothePointofBeginning; thencecontinueSouth89deg16min00 secWestadistanceof242feet,thence North00deg44min00secWest180 feettothePointofBeginningandto close.Containing1acremoreorless. Togetherwitha10footeasementforingressandegressdescribedasfollows: BeginattheSoutheastcornerofsaid North1/2oftheNorthwest1/4;thence South89deg16min00secWest 566.68;thenceonanarchavingaconcaveradiusof542.96feetrunachord distanceofNorth00deg08min00sec East,100.01feettothePointofBeginning;thence89deg16min00secEast 307.73feettoapoint;thenceSouth89 deg14min00secEast10feettoa point;thenceSouth89deg16min00 secWest307.73feetmoreorlesstothe EasterlyboundarylineofStateRoad Number21-A;thencealongsaidEasterlyboundaryofStateRoad21-Aina Northerl y directiontothePointofBey ginning and to a close. MORE ACCURATELY DESCRIBED AS: AparceloflandsituatedintheNorth 1/2oftheNorthwest1/4ofSection22, Township5South,Range24East,Clay County,Floridaandmoreparticularly described as follows: BeginattheSoutheastcornerofsaid North1/2oftheNorthwest1/4;thence ontheEastlinethereofNorth00deg36 min22secEast280.00feettoapoint; thenceSouth89deg16min00secWest 242.00feettothePointofBeginning; thenceSouth89deg01min18secWest adistanceof203.12feet;thenceSouth 00deg35min05secEast,180feet; thenceNorth89deg16min00secEast 203.73feet;thenceNorth00deg44min 00secWest180feettothepointofbeginningandtoclose.Togetherwitha 10footeasementforingressandegress describedasfollows;Beginatthe SoutheastcornerofsaidNorth1/2of theNorthwest1/4;thenceSouth89deg 16min00scWest566.68feet;thence onanarchavingaradiusof542.96feet runachorddistanceofNorth00deg08 min00secEast,100.01feettothePoint ofBeginning;thence89deg16min00 secEast307.73feettoapoint;thence South89deg17min00secEast10feet toapoint;thenceSouth89deg16min 00secWest307.73feetmoreorlessto theEasterlyboundaryofStateRoadNo. 21-A;thencealongsaideasterlyboundaryofStateRoad21-AinaNortherly directiontothePointofBeginningand to close. pursuanttotheFinalJudgmententeredin acasependinginsaidCourt,thestyleof which is indicated above. Anypersonorentityclaiminganinterest inthesurplus,ifany,resultingfromthe foreclosuresale,otherthantheproperty ownerasofthedateoftheLisPendens, mustfileaclaimonsamewiththeClerkof Courtwithin60daysaftertheforeclosure sale. InaccordancewiththeAmericansWith DisabilitiesAct,personswithdisabilities needingaspecialaccommodationtoparticipateinthisproceedingshouldcontactthe ADACoordinator,825N.OrangeAvenue, 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 8th day of August, 2011. /seal / James B. Jett CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By Robbin Tefft, Deputy Cler k Legal22737publishedAug18andAug 25,2011inClayCountysClayToday news p a p er ( 3862076 ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR CLAY COUNT Y CASE NO: 2009-CA-003465 BACHOMELOANSSERVICING,LPFK A COUNTRYWIDEHIMELOANSSERVICING LP, Plaintiff, Vs. LE, KHAI, et al., Defendants. NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE NOTICEISHEREBYGIVENpursuant toanOrderorFinalJudgmententeredin CaseNo.2009-CA-003465oftheCircuit Courtofthe4THJudicialCircuitinandfor CLAYCounty,Florida,wherein,BAC HOMELOANSSERVICING,LPFKA COUNTRYWIDEHOMELOANSSERVICINGLPisPlaintiffandLE,KHAI,etal.,are Defendants.Iwillselltothehighestand bestbidderforcashatCLAYCOUNTY COURTHOUSE,825NORANGEAVENUE,GREENCOVESPRINGS,FL 32043,atthe hourof10:00a.m.onthe 21stdayofSeptember,2011,thefollowing described property: LOT222,SILVERCREEK,ACCORDINGTOTHEPLATRECORDEDINPLA T BOOK44,PAGE(S)52,ASRECORDED INTHEPUBLICRECORDSOFCLA Y COUNTY, FLORIDA. Anypersonclaiminganinterestinthe sur p lusfromthesale,ifan y ,otherthanthe p y propertyownerasofthedateoftheLis Pendensmustfileaclaimwithin60days after the sale. Ifyouareapersonwithadisability whoneedsanyaccommodationinorder toparticipateinthisproceeding,youare entitled,atnocosttoyou,totheprovisionofcertainassistance.PleasecontacttheClerkoftheCourtsdisability coordinatoratPOBOX698,GREEN COVESPRINGS,FL32043,9046302564 atleast7daysbeforeyourscheduled courtappearance,orimmediatelyupon receivingthisnotificationifthetimebeforethescheduledappearanceisless than7days;ifyouarehearingorvoice impaired, call 711. DATED this 11th day of August, 2011 /seal / JAMES B. JETT Clerk Circuit Court By Alison Carte r Deputy Cler k Legal22757publishedAug.18andAug. 25,2011,inClayCountysClayToday news p a p er. ( 3865175 ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR CLAY COUNT Y CASE NO: 2008-CA-002355 THEBANKOFNEWYORKMELLON,AS SUCCESSORTRUSTEEUNDER NOVASTARMORTGAGEFUNDING TRUST, SERIES 2006-2 Plaintiff, Vs. SMITH, AISHA M., et al., Defendants. RE -NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE NOTICEISHEREBYGIVENpursuant toanOrderorFinalJudgmententeredin CaseNo.2008-CA-002355oftheCircuit Courtofthe4THJudicialCircuitinandfor CLAYCounty,Florida,wherein,THEBANK OFNEWYORKMELLON,ASSUCCESSORTRUSTEEUNDERNOVASTAR MORTGAGEFUNDINGTRUST,SERIES 2006-2,isPlaintiffandSMITH,AISHAM., etal.,areDefendants.IwillselltothehighestandbestbidderforcashatCLAY COUNTYCOURTHOUSE,825NORANGEAVENUE,GREENCOVE SPRINGS,FL32043,atthehourof10:00 a.m.onthe19thdayofSeptember,2011, the following described property: APARCELOFLANDSITUATEDIN THENORTHEAST1/4OFTHESOUTHEAST1/4OFSECTION23,THOWNSHIP 7SOUTH,RANGE26EAST,CLA Y COUNTY,FLORIDA,SAIDPARCELBEINGMOREPARTICULARLYDESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: COMMENCEATTHESOUTHEASTCORNEROFSAIDNORTHEAST1/4OFTHE SOUTHEAST1/4OFSECTION23; THENCEONTHEEASTLINEOFSAID SECTION23,RUNNORTH00DEGREES 23MINUTES30SECONDSWEST,316.0 FEETTOTHEPOINTOFBEGINNING; THENCECONTINUEONLASTSAI D LINE,NORTH00DEGREES23MINUTES 30SECONDSWEST,429.44FEET; THENCENORTH89DEGREES53MINUTES30SECONDSWEST,228.16 FEETTOTHEEASTERLYLINEOF STATEROADNO.15(U.S.HIGHWA Y NO.17);THENCEONLASTSAIDLINE SOUTH03DEGREES16MINUTES00 SECONDSEAST,430.30FEET;THENCE SOUTH89DEGREES53MINUTES30 SECONDSEAST,206.57FEETTOTHE POINT OF BEGINNING. Anypersonclaiminganinterestinthe surplusfromthesale,ifany,otherthanthe propertyownerasofthedateoftheLis Pendensmustfileaclaimwithin60days after the sale. DATED this 8th day of August, 2011 /seal / JAMES B. JETT Clerk Circuit Court By Robbin Tefft Deputy Cler k Legal22738publishedAug.18andAug. 25,2011,inClayCountysClayToday news p a p er. ( 3862120 ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR CLAY COUNTY, FLORID A PROBATE DIVISION File No. 11-CP-276 Division B INRE:ESTATEOFBOBBIEJEANBAKER Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS TheadministrationoftheestateofBobbieJeanBaker,deceased,whosedateof deathwasJanuary30,2010,ispendingin theCircuitCourtforClayCounty,Florida, ProbateDivision,theaddressofwhichis PostOfficeBox698,825NorthOrange Avenue,GreenCoveSprings,FLorida 32043-0698.Thenamesandaddressesof thepersonalrepresentativesandthepersonalrepresentativesattorneyaresetforth 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 August 18, 2011. Carl M. Stewart Attorney for Bobbie Jean Baker Florida Bar No. 125010 Taylor, Stewart, Houston & Duss, P.A. 1050 Riverside Avenue Jacksonville, FL 32204 Telephone: (904) 354-9000 Fax: (904) 354-8860 Personal Represntatives: Deborah Jean Shrader 1546 Coventry Lane Fernandina Beach, Florida 32034 Carl M. Stewart Legal22740publishedAug.18andAug. 25,2011inClayCountysClayToday news p a p er ( 3862486 ) PUBLIC SALE WeStorofMiddleburg willconductapublicsaletothehighestbidderontheirpremisesat4404CR218,Middleburg,FL 32068,on Friday,September2,2011 at 5:30p.m.onthefollowingunits:Thecompanyreservestherighttorejectanybid andwithdrawanyitemsfromthesale.All unitscontainhouseholdgoodsunlessotherwisenoted:OceanaStarAllen,TonyAllen,JustinBrannan,RenaCain,Robert Campbell,JeffreyCasey,DaleCawley,Richard&KarenDaughtry,Tamm y DeArman,SherylDevine,TonyaJohnson, TroyJowers,ChristopherKent,William Manton&AngelaWiggins,JoleneMartin, MicheleParrott,LauraPeck,Cynthia Pierce,PamelaPowers,JenniferRichards, Albert&SelenaRichey,JuneSenters,DebraSleeth,CurtSmith,ShannonSutton, RobertTarvin.DonaldTriplett,Carrie Vaughn&BuckStrickland,Samantha Vazquez, Michele Webb. LegalNo.22743publishedAugust18 andAugust25,2011inClayCounty s Cla y Toda y news p a p er. ( 3863151 ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLA Y COUNTY, FLORID A CIVIL DIVISION CASE NO: 2010-CA-002498 VYSTAR CREDIT UNION, Plaintiff, vs. UNKNOWNHEIRS,DEVISEES, GRANTEES,ASSIGNEES,LIENORS, CREDITORS,TRUSTEESANDALLOTH-

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CLAYTODAYONLINE.COM BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS A ugust 25, 2011 CLAY TODAY 49 49 ERPARTIESCLAIMINGANINTEREST BY,THROUGH,UNDERORAGAINS T THEESTATEOFBAOKWEIBOWEN; ET AL., Defendants. RE-NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE NOTICEISHEREBYGIVENpursuantto aFinalJudgmentofMortgageForeclosure datedthe14thdayofJune,2011andenteredinCaseNo.2010-CA-002498ofthe CircuitCourtofthe4thJudicialCircuitin andforClayCounty,Florida,wherein VYSTARCREDITUNIONisthePlaintiff, UNKNOWNHEIRS,DEVISEES, GRANTEES,ASSIGNEES,LIENORS, CREDITORS,TRUSTEESANDALLOTHERPARTIESCLAIMINGANINTEREST BY,THROUGH,UNDERORAGAINST THEESTATEOFBAOKWEIBOWEN; JERRODTHOMASBOWEN;OAKLEAF PLANTATIONPROPERTYOWNERSASSOCIATION,INC;JOHNDOEANDJANE DOEASUNKNOWNTENANTSINPOSSESSIONOFTHESUBJECTPROPERTY areDefendants.Iwillselltothehighest andbestbidderforcashatthefrontsteps oftheClayCountyCourthouseat10:00 a.m.onthe20thdayofSeptember,2011 thefollowingdescribedpropertyasset forth in said Final Judgment, to wit: LOT137,PEBBLECREEKA T OAKLEAFPLANTATION,PHASE2,ACCORDINGTOTHEPLATTHEREOFAS RECORDEDININPLATBOOK45,PAGES69THROUGH75,INCLUSIVE,OF THEPUBLICRECORDSOFCLA Y COUNTY, FLORIDA. 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 8th of August, 2011, 2011. /seal / James B. Jett, Clerk of the Circuit Court By Robbin Tefft, Deputy Cler k LegalNo.22745publishedAugust18 andAugust25,2011inClayCounty s Cla y Toda y news p a p er. ( 3863202 ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR CLA Y COUNTY, FLORID A PROBATE DIVISION FILE NO: 11-CP-277 DIVISION: A INRE:ESTATEOFWILLIAMHENRY ANDERSON,Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS TheadministrationoftheestateofWILLIAMHENRYANDERSON,deceased, whosedateofdeathwasMarch9,2011,is pendingintheCircuitCourtforClayCounty,Florida,ProbateDivision,theaddressof whichisPOBox698,GreenCoveSprings, Florida,32043.Thenamesandaddresses ofthepersonalrepresentativesandthe personalrepresentativesattorneyareset forth below. Allcreditorsofthedecedentandother personshavingclaimsordemandsagainst decedentsestateonwhomacopyofthis noticeisrequiredtobeservedmustfile theirclaimswiththiscourtWITHINTHE LATEROF3MONTHSAFTERTHETIME OFTHEFIRSTPUBLICATIONOFTHIS NOTICEOR30DAYSAFTERTHEDATE OFSERVICEOFACOPYOFTHISNOTICE ON THEM. Allothercreditorsofthedecedentand otherpersonshavingclaimsordemands againstdecedentsestatemustfiletheir claimswiththiscourtWITHIN3MONTHS AFTERTHEDATEOFTHEFIRSTPUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. ALLCLAIMSNOTSOFILEDWILLBE FOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDINGTHETIMEPERIODSSETFORTHABOVE,ANYCLAIM FILEDTWO(2)YEARSORMOREAFTER THEDECEDENTSDATEOFDEATHIS BARRED. Thedateofthefirstpublicationofthis notice is August 18, 2011. Attorney for Ancillary Personal Representative GEORGE H.G. HALL, ESQ Florida Bar No. 83951 4736 Blanding Boulevard Jacksonville, FL 32210 (904) 379-8859 Ancillary Personal Representative: Deborah C. Cooper 3030 Oakhaven Road Columbia, SC 29204 LegalNo.22747publishedAugust18 andAugust25,2011inClayCounty s Cla y Toda y news p a p er. ( 3863247 ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR ST. JOHNS COUNTY, FLORID A CIVIL DIVISION CASE NO: 10-2979 FLORIDABANK,aFloridabankingcorporation,successorbymergerwith FloridaBankofJacksonvillef/k/aCygnet Private Bank, Plaintiff, Vs. STEVENR.GEUTHER,anindividual; ELLENA.GEUTHERa/k/aELLEN GEUTHER,anindividual;REGIONS BANK,successorbymergerwith AMSOUTHBANK,anAlabamabanking corporation;ODUMSMILLCOMMUNITY ASSOCIATION,INC.a/k/aODOM S MILLSCOMMUNITYASSOCIATION INC.,aFloridanotforprofitcorporation;UNKNOWNSPOUSEOFSTEVEN R.GEUTHER,ifany;UNKNOWN SPOUSEOFELLENA.GEUTHERa/k/a ELLENGEUTHER,ifany;andALLOTHERPARTIESCLAIMINGBY,THROUGH, OR UNDER SAID DEFENDANTS, Defendants. NOTICE OF SALE Noticeisherebygiventhat,pursuantto theFinalSummaryJudgmentofForeclosureenteredinthiscauseonAugust3, 2011,theundersignedwillselltheproperty situatedin St.JohnsCounty,Florida, described as: LOT36,ODOMSMILLUNITTWO, PHASE1,ACCORDINGTOPLA T THEREOFASRECORDEDINMAP BOOK31,PAGES23,24,25,26,27,28, 29AND30OFTHEPUBLICRECORDS OF ST. JOHNS COUNTY, FLORIDA Atpublicsaletothehighestandbest bidderforCASHat12:00p.m.onthe6th dayofSeptember,2011atthefrontdoorof theST.JOHNSCOUNTYJUDICIALCENTER,4010LEWISSPEEDWAY,ST.AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA 32084. PURSUANTTOFLORIDASTATUTE 45.031(2)(F).PLEASEBEADVISEDTHAT ANYPERSONCLAIMINGANINTEREST INTHESURPLUSFROMTHESALE,IF ANY,OTHERTHANTHEPROPERT Y OWNERASOFTHEDATEOFTHELIS PENDENSMUSTFILECLAIMWITHIN60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE. Ifyouareapersonwithadisabilitywho needsanaccommodationinordertoaccesscourtfacilitiesorparticipateinacourt proceeding,youareentitled,atnocostto you,totheprovisionofcertainassistance. PleasecontactCourtAdministration,125 E.OrangeAve.,Ste300,DaytonaBeach, FL32114;(386)257-6096atleast7days beforeyourscheduledcourtappearance, orimmediatelyuponreceivingthisnotificationifthetimebeforethescheduledappearanceislessthan7days;ifyouare hearing impaired, call 711. (seal) St. Johns County, Clerk of the Circuit Court By Katy Spence, Deputy Cler k LegalNo.22748publishedAugust18 andAugust25,2011inClayCountys Cla y Toda y news p a p er. ( 3863430 ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR ST. JOHNS COUNTY, FLORID A CIVIL DIVISION CASE NO: 10-2979 FLORIDABANK,aFloridabankingcorporation,successorbymergerwith FloridaBankofJacksonvillef/k/aCygnet Private Bank, Plaintiff, Vs. STEVENR.GEUTHER,anindividual; ELLENA.GEUTHERa/k/aELLEN GEUTHER,anindividual;REGIONS BANK,successorbymergerwith AMSOUTHBANK,anAlabamabanking corporation;ODUMSMILLCOMMUNITY ASSOCIATION,INC.a/k/aODOM S MILLSCOMMUNITYASSOCIATION INC.,aFloridanotforprofitcorporation;UNKNOWNSPOUSEOFSTEVEN R.GEUTHER,ifany;UNKNOWN SPOUSEOFELLENA.GEUTHERa/k/a ELLENGEUTHER,ifany;andALLOTHERPARTIESCLAIMINGBY,THROUGH, OR UNDER SAID DEFENDANTS, Defendants. NOTICE OF SALE Noticeisherebygiventhat,pursuantto theFinalSummaryJudgmentofForeclosureenteredinthiscauseonAugust3, 2011,theundersignedwillselltheproperty situatedin ClayCounty,Florida ,described as: PARCEL 1: APARCELOFLANDSITUATEDIN SECTION20,TOWNSHIP7SOUTH, RANGE27EAST,CLAYCOUNTY,FLORIDA,ANDBEINGMOREPARTICULARL Y DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: COMMENCEATTHENORTHWEST CORNEROFSAIDSECTION20AND RUNNORTH84DEGREES56MINUTES 10SECONDSWEST,ALONGAWESTERLYPROLONGATIONOFTHENORTH LINEOFTHENORTHWEST1/4OFSAID SECTION20,ADISTANCEOF70.75 FEET;THENCERUNSOUTH33DEGREES13MINUTES33SECONDS EAST116.62FEET;THENCERUN SOUTH32DEGREES38MINUTES58 SECONDSEAST1623.41FEET;THENCE RUNSOUTH29DEGREES53MINUTES 35SECONDSEAST1267.91FEET; THENCERUNSOUTH13DEGREES55 MINUTES04SECONDSEAST651.97 FEET;THENCERUNNORTH74DEGREES58MINUTES06SECONDSEAS T 40.00FEETTOTHEEASTERLYLINEOF COUNTYROADNO.C-209;THENCEON LASTSAIDLINERUNTHEFOLLOWING 4COURSES:(1)NORTH15DEGREES 01MINUTES54SECONDSWEST603.67 FEET;(2)NORTHWESTERLYONTHE ARCOFACURVECONCAVETOTHE SOUTHWESTERLYANDHAVINGARADIUSOF1040.00FEET,ACHORDDISTANCEOF291.39FEET,THEBEARING OFSAIDCHORDBEINGNORTH23DEGREES05MINUTES05SECONDS WEST;(3)NORTH31DEGREES08MINUTES16SECONDSWEST331.60 FEETTOTHEPOINTOFBEGINNING;(4) NORTH31DEGREES08MINUTES16 SECONDSWEST254.10FEET;THENCE DEPARTINGSAIDEASTERLYLINE,RUN NORTH89DEGREES41MINUTES24 SECONDSEAST2111FEET,MOREOR LESS,TOTHEWATERSOFTHEST. JOHNSRIVER;THENCESOUTHERLY ALONGSAIDWATERSANDTHE MEANDERINGSTHEREOF,275FEET, MOREORLESS,TOAPOINTWHICH BEARSNORTH89DEGREES41MINUTES24SECONDSEASTFROMTHE POINTOFBEGINNING;THENCERUN SOUTH89DEGREES41MINUTES24 SECONDSWEST1872.00FEETMORE ORLESSTOTHEPOINTOFBEGINNING. PARCEL 2: APARCELOFLANDSITUATEDIN SECTION20,TOWNSHIP7SOUTH, RANGE27EAST,CLAYCOUNTY,FLORIDA;SAIDPARCELBEINGMOREPARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: COMMENCEATTHENORTHWEST CORENROFSAIDSECTION20; THENCEONWESTERLYPROLONGATIONOFTHENORTHLINEOFTHE NORTHWESTOFSAIDSECTION,RUN NORTH84DEGREES56MINUTES10 SECONDSWEST70.75FEET;THENCE SOUTH33DEGREES13MINUTES33 SECONDSEAST116.62FEET;THENCE SOUTH32DEGREES38MINUTES58 SECONDSEAST1,623.41FEET;THENCE SOUTH29DEGREES53MINUTES35 SECONDSEAST1,267.91FEET; THENCESOUTH13DEGREES55MINUTES04SECONDSEAST651.97 FEET;THENCENORTH74DEGREES58 MINUTES06SECONDSEAST40.00 FEETTOTHEEASTERLYLINEOF COUNTYROADNO.C-209(AN80FOOT RIGHTOFWAYASNOWESTABLISHED);THENCEONLASTSAIDLINERUN THEFOLLOWING4COURSES:1) NORTH15DEGREES01MINUTES54 SECONDSWEST603.67FEET;2) NORTHWESTERLYONTHEARCOF A CURVECONCAVETOTHESOUTHWESTERLYANDHAVINGARADIUSOF 1,040.00FEET,ACHORDDISTANCEOF 291.39FEET,THEBEARINGOFSAID CHORDBEINGNORTH23DEGREES05 MINUTES05SECONDSWEST;3) NORTH31DEGREES08MINUTES16 SECONDSWEST38.76FEETTOTHE POINTOFBEGINNING;4)NORTH31 DEGREES08MINUTES16SECONDS WEST292.85FEET;THENCENORTH89 DEGREES41MINUTES24SECONDS EAST1,872FEET,MOREORLESSTO THEWATERSOFST.JOHNSRIVER; THENCEALONGSAIDWATER,IN A GENERALSOUTHWESTERLYDIRECTION,FOLLOWINGTHEMEANDERINGS THEREOF,334FEET,MOREORLESS, TOAPOINTWHICHBEARSNORTH89 DEGREES41MINUTES24SECONDS EAST1,587FEET,MOREORLESS, FROMTHEPOINTOFBEGINNING; THENCESOUTH89DEGREES41MINUTES24SECONDSWEST1,587FEET, MOREORLESS,TOTHEPOINTOFBEGINNING. Atpublicsale,tothehighestandbest bidder,forCASHat12:00p.m.onthe8th dayofSeptember,2011,atthefrontdoor oftheST.JOHNSCOUNTYJUDICIAL CENTER,4010LEWISSPEEDWAY,ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA 32084. PURSUANTTOFLORIDASTATUTE 45.031(2)(F).PLEASEBEADVISEDTHAT ANYPERSONCLAIMINGANINTEREST INTHESURPLUSFROMTHESALE,IF ANY,OTHERTHANTHEPROPERT Y OWNERASOFTHEDATEOFTHELIS PENDENSMUSTFILECLAIMWITHIN60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE. Ifyouareapersonwithadisabilitywho needsanaccommodationinordertoaccesscourtfacilitiesorparticipateinacourt proceeding,youareentitled,atnocostto you,totheprovisionofcertainassistance. PleasecontactCourtAdministration,125 E.OrangeAve.,Ste300,DaytonaBeach, FL32114;(386)257-6096atleast7days beforeyourscheduledcourtappearance, orimmediatelyuponreceivingthisnotificationifthetimebeforethescheduledappearanceislessthan7days;ifyouare hearing impaired, call 711. (seal) St. Johns County, Clerk of the Circuit Court By Katy Spence, Deputy Cler k LegalNo.22749publishedAugust18 andAugust25,2011inClayCounty s Cla y Toda y news p a p er. ( 3863441 ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR CLAY COUNTY, FLORID A CASE NO.: 2011-CA-858 DIVISION: VANDERBILTMORTGAGEANDFINANCE, INC., etc. Plaintiff, vs. JACKIE LUDING, et al. Defendants. NOTICE OF ACTION TO: Jackie Luding Last Known Address 3311 Mauna Kea Ct. Apt A Concord, CA 94519 Unknown Spouse of Jackie Luding Last Known Address 3311 Mauna Kea Ct. Apt A Concord, CA 94519 YOUARENOTIFIEDthatanactionto forecloseamortgageonthefollowingproperty in Clay County Florida: LEGAL DESCRIPTION EXHIBIT "A" THATCERTAINPIECE,PARCEL,OR TRACTOFLAND,SITUATE,LYINGAND BEINGINTHECOUNTYOFCLAYAND STATEOFFLORIDA,KNOWNANDBEINGMOREPARTICULARLYDESCRIBED ASPARTOFTHENORTHEAST1/4OF THENORTHEAST1/4OFSECTION4, TOWNSHIP4SOUTHRANGE23EAS T DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: COMMENCEATTHENORTHWEST CORNEROFTHENORTHEAST1/4OF THENORTHEAST1/4OFSECTION4, TOWNSHIP4SOUTH,RANGE23EAS T ANDRUNSOUTH0DEGREES46MINUTES46SECONDSEASTFOR524.73 FEETTOTHEPOINTOFBEGINNING. THENCECont-lineSOUTH0DEGREES 46MINUTES01SECONDSEASTFOR 424FEET,THENCENORTH0DEGREES 46MINUTES46SECONDSWEST103.41 FEET,THENCENORTH89DEGREES44 MINUTES01SECONDSWESTFOR424 FEETTOTHEPOINTOFBEGINNING. EXCEPTINGTHEREFROMANYPAR T LYING WITHIN PRINGLE ROAD. Togetherwitha2011CMHmanufacturedhome,SerialNos: WHC017940GAA/B hasbeenfiledagainstyouandyouare requiredtoserveacopyofyourwrittendefenses,ifany,toitonLancePaulCohen, thePlaintiffsattorney,whoseaddressis Cohen&Thurston,P.A.,1723Blanding Boulevard,Suite102,Jacksonville,Florida 32210,withinthirty(30)daysfromthefirst dateofpublicationofthisnotice,andfile theoriginalwiththeClerkofthisCourteitherbeforeserviceonthePlaintiffsattorneyorimmediatelythereafter,otherwisea defaultwillbeenteredagainstyouforthe reliefdemandedinthecomplaintorpetition. DATED on this 9th day of August, 2011. JAMES B. JETT CLERK OF THE COURT CLAY COUNTY, FLORID A By: Diane Pierce Deputy Cler k Legal22753publishedAug18andAug 25,2011inClayCountysClayToday news p a p er. ( 3864116 ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR CLA Y COUNTY, FLORID A PROBATE DIVISION File No. INRE:ESTATEOFNORMANFLEMING WILLIAMS, A/K/A NORMAN F. WILLIAM S Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS TheadministrationoftheestateofNormanFlemingWilliams,a/k/aNormanF. Williams,deceased,whosedateofdeath wasMarch28,2011,ispendingintheCircuitCourtforClayCounty,Florida,Probate Division,theaddressofwhichisP.O.Box 698,GreenCoveSprings,Florida32043. Thenamesandaddressesofthepersonal representativeandthepersonalrepresentatives attorney are 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,ANYCLAIMS FILEDTWO(2)YEARSORMOREAFTER THEDECEDENTSDATEOFDEATHIS BARRED. Thedateoffirstpublicationofthisnotice is August 18, 2011. Attorney for Personal Representative: Duana Boyles, Esq. Attorney for Margaret K. Williams Florida Bar Number: 071431 Kurt D. Panouses, P.A. 140 Sixth Avenue, Suite B Indialantic, Florida 32903 Telephone: (321) 729-9455 Fax: (321) 768-2655 E-Mail: dee@panouselaw.com Personal Representative: Mar g aret K. Williams

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50 CLAY TODAY A ugust 25, 2011 BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS CLAY T ODAYONLINE.COM 50 g 6525 Yelvington Road East Palatka, FL 32131 Legal22754publishedAug18andAug 25,2011inClayCountysClayToday news p a p er ( 3864301 ) PUBLIC NOTICE ThequarterlymeetingoftheClayCountyLocalMitigationStrategyTaskForcewill takeplaceat9:00a.m.onTuesday,September13th,2011,atthenewClayCount y EmergencyOperationsCenter,locatedat 2519SR-16West,GreenCoveSprings, Florida.ThenewEOCislocatednearthe ClayCountyFairgrounds.Allinterested persons are invited to attend. Legal22756publishedAugust25,2011 inClayCountysClayTodaynewspaper ( IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR CLAY COUNT Y CASE #: 2009-CA-003428 Division #: B BACHomeLoansServicing,L.P.f/k/a CountrywideHomeLoansServicing, L.P. Plaintiff, -vs.GregoryJ.BeileandCarmenR.Beile a/k/aCarmenBeile,HisWife;Wachovia Bank,NationalAssociation;American ExpressBank,FSBsuccessorininteresttoAmericanExpressCenturion Bank;OakleafPlantationPropertyOwners Association, Inc. Defendant(s). NOTICE OF SALE NOTICEISHEREBYGIVENpursuant toanOrderofFinalJudgmentofForeclosuredatedAugust10,2011,enteredin CivilCaseNo.2009-CA-003428oftheCircuitCourtofthe4thJudicialCircuitinand forClayCounty,Florida,whereinBAC HomeLoansServicing,L.P.f/k/aCountrywideHomeLoansServicing,L.P.,Plaintiff andGregoryJ.BeileandCarmenR.Beile a/k/aCarmenBeile,HisWifeare defendant(s),Iwillselltothehighestand bestbidderforcashATTHEFRONT DOOROFTHECLAYCOUNTYCOURTHOUSE,LOCATEDAT825NORTHORANGEAVENUE,GREENCOVE SPRINGS,CLAYCOUNTY,FLORIDA,AT 10:00A.M.onSeptember21,2011,thefollowingdescribedpropertyassetforthin said Final Judgment, to-wit: LOT106,OAKSATOAKLEAFPLANTATION,PHASE2,ACCORDINGTO PLATTHEREOF,ASRECORDEDIN PLATBOOK43,PAGES57THROUGH 66,OFTHEPUBLICRECORDSOFCLA Y COUNTY, FLORIDA. ANYPERSONCLAIMINGANINTERESTINTHESURPLUSFROMTHESALE, IFANY,OTHERTHANTHEPROPERTY OWNERASOFTHEDATEOFTHELIS PENDENSMUSTFILEACLAIMWITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE /seal / JAMES B. JETT, CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT Clay County, Florida Diane Pierce DEPUTY CLERK OF COUR T Legal22758publishedAug18andAug 25,2011inClayCountysClayToday news p a p er. ( 3865194 ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR CLAY COUNT Y CASE #: 2009-CA-003484 Division #: B BACHomeLoansServicing,L.P.f/k/a CountrywideHomeLoansServicing, L.P. Plaintiff, -vs.LynetteM.Kowalke;UnknownPartiesin Possession#1;UnknownPartiesin Possession#2;Ifliving,andallUnknownPartiesclaimingby,through,underandagainsttheabovenamed Defendant(s)whoarenotknowntobe deadoralive,whethersaidUnknown PartiesmayclaimaninterstasSpouse, Heirs,Devisees,Grantees,orOther Claimants Defendant(s). NOTICE OF SALE NOTICEISHEREBYGIVENpursuant toanOrderofFinalJudgmentofForeclosuredatedAugust10,2011,enteredin CivilCaseNo.2009-CA-003484oftheCircuitCourtofthe4thJudicialCircuitinand forClayCounty,Florida,whereinBAC HomeLoansServicing,L.P.f/k/aCountrywideHomeLoansServicing,L.P.,Plaintiff andGregoryJ.BeileandCarmenR.Beile a/k/aCarmenBeile,HisWifeare defendant(s),Iwillselltothehighestand bestbidderforcashATTHEFRONT DOOROFTHECLAYCOUNTYCOURTHOUSE,LOCATEDAT825NORTHORANGEAVENUE,GREENCOVE SPRINGS,CLAYCOUNTY,FLORIDA,AT 10:00A.M.onSeptember21,2011,thefollowingdescribedpropertyassetforthin said Final Judgment, to-wit: LOT46,QUAILSHOLLAR,ACCORDINGTOPLATTHEREOF,ASRECORDED INPLATBOOK20,PAGES35,36AND 37,OFTHEPUBLICRECORDSOFCLA Y COUNTY, FLORIDA. ANYPERSONCLAIMINGANINTERESTINTHESURPLUSFROMTHESALE, IFANY,OTHERTHANTHEPROPERTY OWNERASOFTHEDATEOFTHELIS PENDENSMUSTFILEACLAIMWITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE /seal / JAMES B. JETT, CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT Clay County, Florida Tammy Rosenbaum DEPUTY CLERK OF COUR T Legal22798publishedAug18andAug 25,2011inClayCountysClayToday news p a p er. ( 3865218 ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY COUNTY, FLORID A CASE NO: 10-2010-CA-001164 AURORA LOAN SERVICES, LLC, Plaintiff, Vs. SUSANG.ALEXANDERA/K/ASUSANJ. ALEXANDERA/K/ASUSANJOHNSON ALEXANDERA/K/ASUSANGMANIER A/K/ASUSANGAYLEMANIER; HNKNOWNSPOUSEOFSUSANG. ALEXANDERA/K/ASUSANJ.ALEXANDERA/K/ASUSANJOHNSONALEXANDERA/K/ASUSANG.MANIERA/K/ASUSANGAYLEMANIERIFANY;ANYAND ALLUNKNOWNPARTIESCLAIMINGBY, THROUGH,UNDER,ANDAGAINSTTHE HEREINNAMEDINDIVIDUA L DEPENDANT(S)WHOARENOTKNOWN TOBEDEADORALIVE,WHETHERSAID UNKNOWNPARTIESMAYCLAIMAN INTERSTASSPOUSES,HEIRS, DEVISEES,GRANTEESOROTHER CLAIMANTS;FLORIDATELCOCREDIT UNION;JOHNDOEANDJANEDOEAS UNKNOWNTENANTSINPOSSESSION, et al., Defendant(s). RE-NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE NOTICEISHEREBYGIVENpursuantto aFinalSummaryJudgmentofForeclosure datedNovember16,2010andanOrder ReschedulingForeclosureSaledatedAugust10,2011enteredinCivilCaseNo.102010-CA-001164oftheCircuitCourtofthe FourthJudicialCircuitinandforCLA Y County,FloridawhereinAURORALOAN SERVICES,LLC,PlaintiffandSUSANG. ALEXANDERA/K/ASUSANJ.ALEXANDERA/K/ASUSANJOHNSONALEXANDERA/K/ASUSANG.MANIERA/K/ASUSANGAYLEMANIERUNKNOWNSPOUSE OFSUSANG.ALEXANDERA/K/ASUSAN J.ALEXANDERA/K/ASUSANJOHNSON ALEXANDERA/K/ASUSANG.MANIER A/K/ASUSANGAYLEMANIERN/K/AVIRGILALEXANDER;FLORIDATELCO CREDIT UNION, are Defendants. Iwillselltothehighestbidderforcashat theFrontStepsattheClayCountyCourthouse,825N.OrangeAvenue,Green CoveSprings,FL32043at10:00a.m.on the20thdayofSeptember,2011,thefollowingdescribedrealpropertyassetforth in said Summary Final Judgment, to-wit: LOT72,GREENCOVEHEIGHTSSUBDIVISIONASRECORDEDINPLA T BOOK19,PAGES58,59AND60OF CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA. Ifyouareapersonclaimingarightto fundsremainin g afterthesale, y oumust g y fileaclaimwiththeclerknolaterthan60 daysafterthesale.Ifyoufailtofileaclaim youwillnotbeentitledtoanyremaining funds.After60days,onlytheownerofrecordasofthedateofthelispendensmay claim the surplus. WITNESS my hand and seal of this court on August 11, 2011. /seal / James B. Jett, Clerk of the Court By Lisa Carpenter, Deputy Cler k LegalNo.22760publishedAug18and Aug25,2011inClayCountysClayToda y news p a p er. ( 3865235 ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR CLAY COUNTY, FLORID A CASE NO: 2009-CA-002081 AURORA LOAN SERVICES, LLC, Plaintiff, Vs. JANNA TAMARGO, et al, Defendant(s). NOTICE OF SALE NOTICEISHEREBYGIVENpursuantto FinalJudgmentofForeclosureorOrder datedAugust10,2011enteredinCivil CaseNo.2009-CA-002081,intheCircuit CourtforClayCounty,Florida,whereinAURORALOANSERVICES,LLCisthePlaintiffandJANNATAMARGO,etal,arethe Defendants,Iwillsellthepropertysituated in Clay County, Florida, described as: UNIT1604,LAKERIDGEVILLAS NORTHATFLEMINGISLANDPLANTATION,ACONDOMINIUM,ACCORDING TOTHEDECLARATIONOFCONDOMINIUMTHEREOF,ASRECORDEDINOFFICIALRECORDSBOOK2458,PAGE(S ) 2018THROUGH2410,ANDAN Y AMENDMENTSAND/ORSUPPLEMENTALDECLARATIONSTHERETO,OF THEPUBLICRECORDSOFCLA Y COUNTY,FLORIDA,TOGETHERWITH ANUNDIVIDEDINTERESTINTHECOMMONELEMENTSAPPURTENAN T THERETO atpublicsale,tothehighestandbest bidder,forcashattheClayCountyCourthouse,FrontDoor,825NorthOrangeAvenue,GreenCoveSprings,FL32043at 10:00a.m.onthe21stofSeptember,2011. Anypersonclaiminganinterestinthesurplusfromthesale,ifany,otherthanthe propertyownerasofthedateofthelis pendensmustfileaclaimwithin60days after the sale. InaccordancewiththeAmericansWith DisabilitiesAct,personsinneedofaspecialaccommodationtoparticipateinthis proceedingshall,withinseven(7)dayspriortoanyproceeding,contacttheAdministrativeOfficeoftheCourt,ClayCount y Courthouse,825NorthOrangeAvenue, GreenCoveSprings,FL32043,telephone (904)269-6363,TDD18009558771or1 800 955 8770 via Florida Relay Service. Dated August 11, 2011. /seal / James B. Jett, CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By Robbin Tefft, Deputy Cler k LegalNo.22761publishedAug18and Aug25,2011inClayCountysClayToda y news p a p er. ( 3865252 ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR CLAY COUNTY, FLORID A CIVIL ACTION CASE NO:10-2010-CA-000871 DIVISION: B WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A., Plaintiff, Vs. APRIL G. TIILLER, et al, Defendants. NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE NOTICEISHEREBYGIVENpursuant toaFinalJudgmentofMortgageForeclosuredatedAugust10,2011,andenteredin CaseNo.10-2010-CA-000871oftheCircuitCourtoftheFourthJudicialCircuitin andforCLAYCounty,Floridawherein WELLSFARGOBANK,N.A.,isthePlaintiff andAPRILG.TILLER;ASSOCIATIONOF VILLAGESOFFIRESIDE,INC.;arethe Defendants,Iwillselltothehighestand bestbidderforcashatthefrontdoorofthe ClayCountyCourthouse,GreenCove Springs,Floridaat10:00a.m.onthe9th dayofNovember,2011,thefollowingdescribedpropertyassetforthinsaidFinal Judgment: LOT51,VILLAGESOFFIRESIDE, UNIT1,ACCORDINGTOPLATTHEREOFASRECORDEDINPLATBOOK22, PAGES47,48,49AND50,OFTHEPUBLICRECORDSOFCLAYCOUNTY, FLORIDA. a/k/a1991EMBERSCOURT, MIDDLEBURG, FL 32068 Anypersonclaiminganinterestinthe surplusfromthesale,otherthanthepropertyownerasofthedateoftheLisPendens, mustfileaclaimwithin60daysafterthe 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 August 10, 2011. /seal / James B. Jett, Clerk of the Circuit Court By Debra Beyrle, Deputy Cler k LegalNo.22762publishedAugust18 andAugust25,2011inClayCounty s Cla y Toda y news p a p er. ( 3865239 ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR CLAY COUNTY, FLORID A CIVIL ACTION CASE NO:20-2010-CA-000157 DIVISION: B WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A., Plaintiff, Vs. JUSTIN D. ROSSANO, et al, Defendants. NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE NOTICEISHEREBYGIVENpursuant toaFinalJudgmentofMortgageForeclosuredatedAugust10,2011,andenteredin CaseNo.10-2010-CA-000157oftheCircuitCourtoftheFourthJudicialCircuitin andforCLAYCounty,Floridawherein WELLSFARGOBANK,N.A.,isthePlaintiff andJUSTIND.ROSSANO;ERICAR. ROSSANO;RIDAUGHTLANDINGTHREE ASSOCIATION,INC.;aretheDefendants,I willselltothehighestandbestbidderfor cashatthefrontdooroftheClayCount y Courthouse,GreenCoveSprings,Florida at10:00a.m.onthe12thdayofOctober, 2011,thefollowingdescribedpropertyas set forth in said Final Judgment: LOT295,RIDAUGHTLANDING,UNIT THREEASPERPLATTHEREOF,RECORDEDINPLATBOOK25,PAGE27, 28,29,30,31AND32,OFTHEPUBLIC RECORDSOFCLAYCOUNTY,FLORIDA. a/k/a2843TUSCARORATRAIL, MIDDLEBURG, FL 32068 Anypersonclaiminganinterestinthe surplusfromthesale,otherthanthepropertyownerasofthedateoftheLisPendens, mustfileaclaimwithin60daysafterthe 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 August 11, 2011. /seal / James B. Jett, Clerk of the Circuit Court By Lisa Carpenter, Deputy Cler k LegalNo.22763publishedAugust18 andAugust25,2011inClayCounty s Cla y Toda y news p a p er. ( 3865241 ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR CLAY COUNTY, FLORID A CIVIL ACTION CASE NO:10-2010-CA-000523 DIVISION: B HSBCBANKUSA,NATIONALASSOCIATION,ASTRUSTEEFORWELLSFARGO ASSETSECURITIESCORPORATION HOMEEQUITYASSET-BACKEDCERTIFICATES, SERIES 2006-1, Plaintiff, Vs. LYNDEL M. HALE, et al, Defendants. NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE NOTICEISHEREBYGIVENpursuant toaFinalJudgmentofMortgageForeclosuredatedAugust10,2011,andenteredin CaseNo.10-2010-CA-000523oftheCircuitCourtoftheFourthJudicialCircuitin andforCLAYCounty,Floridawherein HSBCBANKUSA,NATIONALASSOCIATION,ASTRUSTEEFORWELLSFARGO ASSETSECURITIESCORPORATION HOMEEQUITYASSET-BACKEDCERTIFICATES,SERIES2006-1,isthePlaintiff andLYNDELM.HALE;TRACYY.HALE; MORTGAGEELECTRONICREGISTRATIONSYSTEMSINCORPORATEDAS NOMINEEFORWELLSFARGOHOME MORTGAGEADIVISIONOFWELLS FARGOBANKNA;TENANT#1N/K/A REYTONHALEaretheDefendants,Iwill selltothehighestandbestbidderforcash atthefrontdooroftheClayCountyCourthouse,GreenCoveSprings,Floridaat 10:00a.m.onthe21stdayofSeptember, 2011,thefollowingdescribedpropertyas set forth in said Final Judgment: LOT37OFERVINTRIESTDEVELOPMENT,ASPERPLATTHEREOFRECORDEDINPLATBOOK17,PAGES13, OFTHEPUBLICRECORDSOFCLA Y COUNTY, FLORIDA. a/k/a6538CONNIEDEESTREET, KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FL 32656 Anypersonclaiminganinterestinthe surplusfromthesale,otherthanthepropertyownerasofthedateoftheLis Pendens,mustfileaclaimwithin60days after the 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 August 11, 2011. /seal / James B. Jett, Clerk of the Circuit Court By Robbin Tefft, Deputy Cler k LegalNo.22764publishedAugust18 andAugust25,2011inClayCounty s Cla y Toda y news p a p er. ( 3865249 ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR CLAY COUNTY, FLORID A CIVIL ACTION CASE NO:10-2008-CA-329 DIVISION: B USBANKNATIONALASSOCIATIONAS TRUSTEEFORJ.P.MORGANTRUST 2004-S2, Plaintiff, Vs. WINSTON RELAFORD, et al, Defendants. NOTICE OF RESCHEDULED FORECLOSURE SALE NOTICEISHEREBYGIVENpursuant toanOrderReschedulingForeclosureSale datedAugust10,2011,andenteredin CaseNo.10-2008-CA-329oftheCircuit CourtoftheFourthJudicialCircuitinand forCLAYCounty,FloridawhereinUS BANKNATIONALASSOCIATIONAS TRUSTEEFORJ.P.MORGANTRUST 2004-S2,isthePlaintiffandWINSTON RELAFORD;CAROLYNL.RELAFORD; TENANT#1;TENANT#2;TENANT#3; TENANT#4aretheDefendants,theClerk oftheCourtwillselltothehighestandbest bidderforcashatthefrontdooroftheCla y CountyCourthouse,GreenCoveSprings, Floridaat10:00a.m.onthe20thda y of

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CLAYTODAYONLINE.COM BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS A ugust 25, 2011 CLAY TODAY 51 51 y September,2011,thefollowingdescribed propertyassetforthinsaidFinalJudgment: APARCELOFLANDSITUATEDIN SECTION20,TOWNSHIP7SOUTH, RANGE27EAST,CLAYCOUNTY,FLORIDA;SAIDPARCELBEINGMOREPARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: COMMENCEATTHENORTHWEST CORNEROFSAIDSECTION20; THENCEONTHEWESTLINETHEREOF RUNSOUTH01DEGREE02MINUTES 57SECONDSWEST27.28FEETTOTHE NORTHEASTERLYRIGHT-OF-WAYLINE OFCOUNTYROADNO.C-209,(AN80 FOOTRIGHT-OF-WAYASNOWESTABLISHED);THENCEONLASTSAIDLINE RUNTHEFOLLLWING4COURSES:1) SOUTH33DEGREES19MINUTES05 SECONDSEAST50.71FEET;2)SOUTH 32DEGREES42MINUTES11SECONDS EAST984.55FEETTOTHEPOINTOF BEGINNING;3)SOUTH32DEGREES42 MINUTES11SECONDSEAST68.34 FEET;4)SOUTH31DEGREES08MINUTES16SECONDSEAST417.98 FEET;THENCENORTH89DEGREES35 MINUTES58SECONDSEAST608.49 FEET;THENCESOUTH01DEGREE47 MINUTES49SECONDSWEST112.80 FEET;THENCENORTH89DEGREES41 MINUTES24SECONDSEAST537.54 FEET;THENCENORTH01DEGREE07 MINUTES33SECONDSEAST751.95 FEET;THENCENORTH89DEGREES18 MINUTES33SECONDSWEST996.69 FEET;THENCESOUTH59DEGREES34 MINUTES25SECONDSWEST479.76 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. A/K/A5755COUNTYROAD209 SOUTH,GREENCOVESPRINGS,FL 32043 Anypersonclaiminganinterestinthe surplusfromthesale,otherthanthepropertyownerasofthedateoftheLis Pendens,mustfileaclaimwithin60days after the 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 August 11, 2011. /seal / James B. Jett, Clerk of the Circuit Court By Diane Pierce, Deputy Cler k LegalNo.22765publishedAugust18 andAugust25,2011inClayCounty s Cla y Toda y news p a p er. ( 3865267 ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLA Y COUNTY, FLORID A CIVIL DIVISION CASE NO: 2009-CSA-003079 BACHOMELOANSSERVICING,L.P. F/K/ACOUNTRYWIDEHOMELOANS SERVICING, L.P., Plaintiff, Vs. MARKA.DILL;OAKLEAFPLANTATION PROPERTYOWNERSASSOCIATIO N INC.;UNKNOWNTENANT(S);INPOSSESSIONOFTHESUBJECTPROPERTY, Defendants. NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE NOTICEISHEREBYGIVENpursuantto FinalJudgmentofForeclosuredatedthe 10thdayofAugust,2011andenteredin CaseNo.2009-CA-3079,oftheCircuit Courtofthe4thJudicialCircuitinandfor ClayCounty,FloridawhereinBACHOME LOANSSERVIC,L.P.F/K/ACOUNTRYWIDEHOMELOANSSERVICING,L.P.is thePlaintiffandMARKA.DILL,OAKLEAF PLANTATIONPROPERTYOWNERSASSOCIATIONINC.andUNKNOWNTENANT(S)INPOSSESSIONOFTHESUBJECTPROPERTYaredefendants.The ClerkofthisCourtshallselltothehighest andbestbidderforcashattheFRONT STEPSOFCLAYCOUNTYCOURTHOUSE825NORANGEAVENUE, GREENCOVESPRINGS,FL32043, 10:00a.m.onthe21stda y ofSe p tember, yp 2011,thefollowingdescribedpropertyas set forth in said Final Judgment, to wit: LOT333,SILVERLEAFATOAKLEA F PLANTATIONPHASE1,ACCORDINGTO PLATTHEREOFASRECORDEDIN PLATBOOK41,PAGES52THROUGH 59OFTHEPUBLICRECORDSOFCLA Y COUNTY, FLORIDA. ANYPERSONCLAIMINGANINTERESTINTHESURPLUSFROMTHESALE, IFANY,OTHERTHANTHEPROPERTY OWNERASOFTHEDATEOFTHELIS PENDENSMUSTFILEACLAIMWITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE. Dated this 11th of August, 2011. /seal / JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Circuit Court By Alison Carte r Deputy Cler k LegalNo.22767publishedAug.18and Aug25,2011inClayCountysClayToda y news p a p er. ( 3865304 ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLA Y COUNTY, FLORID A CIVIL DIVISION CASE NO: 2010-CA-2635 AURORA LOAN SERVICES, LLC Plaintiff, Vs. JACKAHNTRAN;OAKLEAFPLANTATIONWESTPROPERTYOWNERSASSOCIATION,INC;TOUSAHOMES,INC; HATHIHUYNHA/K/AHATHINGUYEN; UNKNOWNTENANT(S);INPOSSESSION OF THE SUBJECT PROPERTY, Defendants. NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE NOTICEISHEREBYGIVENpursuantto FinalJudgmentofForeclosuredatedthe 10thdayofAugust,2011andenteredin CaseNo.2010-CA-2635,oftheCircuit Courtofthe4thJudicialCircuitinandfor ClayCounty,FloridawhereinAURORA LOANSERVICES,LLCisthePlaintiffand JACKAHNTRAN,OAKLEAFPLANTATIONWESTPROPERTYOWNERSASSOCIATION,INC,TOUSAHOMES,INC, HATHIHUYNHA/K/AHATHINGUYEN andUNKNOWNTENANT(S)INPOSSESSIONOFTHESUBJECTPROPERTYare defendants.TheClerkofthisCourtshall selltothehighestandbestbidderforcash attheFRONTSTEPSOFCLAYCOUNTY COURTHOUSE825NORANGEAVENUE, GREENCOVESPRINGS,FL32043, 10:00a.m.onthe21stdayofSeptember, 2011,thefollowingdescribedpropertyas set forth in said Final Judgment, to wit: LOT179,WHITFIELDATOAKLEA F PLANTATION,ACCORDINGTOTHE PLATRECORDEDINPLATBOOK46, PAGES58THROUGH67,INCLUSIVE, ASRECORDEDINTHEPUBLICRECORDS OF CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA ANYPERSONCLAIMINGANINTERESTINTHESURPLUSFROMTHESALE, IFANY,OTHERTHANTHEPROPERTY OWNERASOFTHEDATEOFTHELIS PENDENSMUSTFILEACLAIMWITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE. Dated this 11th of August, 2011. /seal / JAMES B. JETT, Clerk of the Circuit Court By Tammy Rosenbaum Deputy Cler k LegalNo.22766publishedAug.18and Aug25,2011inClayCountysClayToda y news p a p er. ( 3865283 ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY COUNTY, FLORID A CIVIL DIVISION CASE NO.: 2007-CA-001332 GMAC MORTGAGE, LLC Plaintiff, vs CHRISTOPHER O. SIMPSON, et al Defendants. RE-NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE NOTICEISHEREBYGIVENpursuant toaCourtOrderReschedulingtheForeclosureSaleFiledAugust10,2011,andenteredinCaseNo.2007-CA-001332ofthe CircuitCourtoftheFOURTHJudicialCircuitinandforCLAYCOUNTY,Florida, whereinGMACMORTGAGE,LLC,is Plaintiff,andCHRISTOPHERO.SIMPSON,etalareDefendants,Iwillselltothe highestandbestbidderforcash,beginning at10:00amatCLAYCountyCourthouse, 825N.Orange Avenue GreenCove Springs,FL32043,inaccordancewith Chapter45,FloridaStatutes,onthe15th dayofDecember,2011,thefollowingdescribedpropertyassetforthinsaidSummary Final Judgment, to wit: LOT222,SWEETBRIAR,UNIT5,ACCORDINGTOPLATTHEROFASRECORDEDINPLATBOOK32PAGES58, 59,AND60,OFTHEPUBLICRECORDS OF CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA. andallfixturesandpersonalpropertylocatedthereinorthereon,whichareincluded as security in Plaintiffs mortgage. Anypersonclaiminganinterestinthe surplusfundsfromthesale,ifany,other thanthepropertyownerasofthedateof thelispendensmustfileaclaimwithin60 days after the sale. Ifyouareapersonwithadisabilitywho needsanyaccommodationtoparticipatein thisproceeding,youareentitled,atnocost toyou,totheprovisionofcertainassistance.PleasecontacttheADACoordinatoratcrtintrp@coj.netor(904)630-2565at least7daysbeforeyourscheduledcourt appearance,orimmediatelyuponreceiving thisnotificationifthetimebeforethe scehduledappearanceislessthanseven (7)days;ifyouarehearingorvoiceimpaired, call 711. Dated at Green Cove Springs, CLAY COUNTY, Florida, this 11th day of August, 2011. /seal / James B. Jett Clerk of said Circuit Court By: Alison Carte r As Deputy Cler k Legal227683publishedAug.18and Aug.25,2011inClayCountysClayToda y news p a p er ( 3865314 ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLA Y COUNTY, FLORID A CIVIL DIVISION CASE NO: 10-2009-CA-001813 DEUTSCHEBANKNATIONALTRUST COMPANY,ASTRUSTEEOFTHERESIDENTIALASSETSECURITIZATION TRUST2007-A7,MORTGAGEPASS THROUGHCERTIFICATES,SERIES 2007-G,UNDERTHEPOOLINGAND SERVICINGAGREEMENTDATEDMA Y 1, 2007, Plaintiff, Vs. SHAWN RICHARD TISON; ET AL Defendant(s). NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE NOTICEISHEREBYGIVENpursuantto aFinalJudgmentofForeclosuredatedAugust10,2011andenteredinCaseNo.102009-CA-001813oftheCircuitCourtofthe 4thJudicialCircuitinandforCLAYCounty, Florida.DEUTSCHEBANKNATIONAL TRUSTCOMPANY,ASTRUSTEEOF THERESIDENTIALASSET SECURITIZATIONTRUST2007-A7, MORTGAGEPASS-THROUGHCERTIFICATES,SERIES2007-G,UNDERTHE POOLINGANDSERVICINGAGREEMENT DATEDMAY1,2007,isPlaintiffand SHAWNRICHARDTISON;BRIGITTE JEANETTETISON;UNKNOWN PERSON(S)INPOSSESSIONOFTHE SUBJECTPROPERTY;aredefendants.I willselltothehighestandbestbidderfor cashatTHEFRONTSTEPSOFTHE COURTHOUSEAT825N.ORANGEAVENUE,GREENCOVESPRINGS,INCLAY COUNTY,FLAT10:00a.m.onthe21stof September,2011,thefollowingdescribed propertyassetforthinsaidFinalJudgment, to wit: PARTOFSECTION33,TOWNSHIP4 SOUTH,RANGE25EAST,CLAYCOUNTY,FLORIDA,BEINGMOREPARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: FORAPOINTOFREFERENCE,COMMENCEATTHESOUTHEASTCORNER OFSECTION33,THENCENORTH00 DEG,00"EAST(DUENORTH)ALONG THEEASTLINEOFSAIDSECTION33, A DISTANCEOF886.32FEETTOTHE POINTOFBEGINNING;THENCECONTINUENORTH00DEG00"WEST ( DUENORTH ) ALONGTHEEASTLINE ( ) OFSAIDSECTION33,ADISTANCEOF 100.00FEET;THENCENORTH89DEG 53"WESTDEPARTINGTHEEAS T LINEOFSAIDSECTION33,ADISTANCE OF798.00FEET,MOREORLESSTO THEEASTERLYWATERSEDGEOFLITTLEBLACKCREEK;THENCEIN A SOUTHERLYDIRECTION,ALONGTHE WATERSEDGEANDTHE MEANDERINGSTHEREOFADISTANCE OF101.00FEET,MOREORLESSTO A POINTWHICHBEARSNORTH89DEG 53"WESTFROMTHEPOINTOFBEGINNING;THENCESOUTH89DEG 53"EAST,DEPARTINGTHEEASTERLYWATERSEDGEOFSAIDLITTLE BLACKCREEK,ADISTANCEOF807.00 FEET,MOREORLESSTOTHEPOINT OF BEGINNING. SUBJECTTOAPROPOSEDPERPETUALNON-EXCLUSIVEEASEMENTFOR INGRESSANDEGRESS,DRAINAG E ANDUTILITIESOVERANDACROS S THEEASTERLY60.00FEETOFTHE ABOVEDESCRIBEDLANDS,LYING SOUTHOFSTATEOFSTATEROAD #220, CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA. Apersonclaiminganinterestinthesurplusfromthesale,ifany,otherthanthe propertyownerasofthedateofthelis pendensmustfileaclaimwithin60days after the sale. InaccordancewiththeAmericanswith DisabilitiesAct,ifyouareapersonwitha disabilitywhoneedsanyaccommodationin ordertoparticipateinthisproceeding,you areentitled,atnocosttoyou,toprovisions ofcertainassistance.Pleasecontactthe CourtAdministratorat825N.OrangeAvenue,Room105,GreenCoveSprings,FL 32043,Phone904-278-2645within2workingdaysofyourreceiptofthisnoticeor pleading;ifyouarehearingimpaired,call 1-800-955-8771(TDD);ifyouarevoiceimpaired,call1-800-995-8770(v)viaFlorida Relay Service. Dated this 11th day of August, 2011. /seal / James B. Jett, Clerk of the Court By Lisa Carpenter, Deputy Cler k LegalNo.22769publishedAugust18 andAugust25,2011inClayCounty s Cla y Toda y news p a p er. ( 3865289 ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR CLA Y COUNTY, FLORID A PROBATE DIVISION File No. 11-CP-296 Division: B INRE:ESTATEOFMARGARETMAR Y AVERSA NOTICE TO CREDITORS TheadministrationoftheestateofMargaretMaryAversa,deceased,whosedate ofdeathwasJune2,2011,andwhosesocialsecuritynumberisxxxxx9543,is pendingintheCircuitCourtforClayCounty,Florida,ProbateDivision,theaddressof whichis825NorthOrangeAvenue,Green CoveSprings,FL32043.Thenamesand addressesofthepersonalrepresentative andthepersonalrepresentativesattorney are 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 August 18, 2011. Attorne y for Personal Re p resentative: y p Nancy E. Kemne r Attorney for Ronald L. Aversa Florida Bar Number: 879746 P.O. Box 9318 Fleming Island, FL 32006 Telephone: (904) 278 1178 Fax: (904) 278 3220 Personal Representative: Ronald L. Aversa 1791 Wild Dunes Circle Orange Park, Florida 32065 Legal22771publishedAug18andAug 25,2011inClayCountysClayToday news p a p er ( 3865427 ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR CLA Y COUNTY, FLORID A CIVIL ACTION CASE NO. 2009-CA-001498 Branch Banking And Trust Company Plaintiff, Vs. EugeneHVeisz;MarshaDeckardVeisz; RyanLHomer;AudraLHomer;John Doe; Mary Doe Defendant(s). NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE (Pursuant to F.S. Chapter 45) NOTICEISHEREBYGIVENpursuant toaFinalJudgmentofForeclosuredated AUGUST10,2011intheabovestyled cause,Iwillselltothehighestandbestbidderforcashinthefrontentranceofthe CLAYCOUNTYCOURTHOUSE,825N. OrangeAvenue,GreenCoveSprings,Florida32043,at10:00a.m.onthe20thdayof SEPTEMBER,2011,thefollowingdescribed property: LOT20OFBEARRUNUNIT4,ACCORDINGTOTHEPLATTHEREOFAS RECORDEDINPLATBOOK19,PAGE(S) 64-65,OFTHEPUBLICRECORDSOF CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA A/K/A:2913JUSTINCOURT,ORANGE PARK, FL 32065 ANYPERSONCLAIMINGANINTERESTINTHESURPLUSFROMTHESALE, IFANY,OTHERTHANTHEPROPERTY OWNERASOFTHEDATEOFTHELIS PENDENSMUSTFILEACLAIMWITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE. Dated this 11 day of AUGUST, 2011 /seal / James B. Jett, Clerk, CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By Tammy Rosenbaum, as Deputy Cler k Legal22773publishedAug18andAug 25,2011inClayCountysClayToday news p a p er. ( 3866160 ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY COUNTY, FLORID A CASE NO: 10-2011-CP-000290 DIVISION: B INRE:ESTATEOFMOSESHAYES,deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS TOALLPERSONSHAVINGCLAIMSOR DEMANDSAGAINSTTHEABOVEESTATE: YouareherebynotifiedthattheadministrationoftheestateofMosesHayes,deceased,FileNumber10-2011-CP-000290, ispendingintheCircuitCourtforCla y County,Florida,ProbateDivision,theaddressofwhichisP.O.Box698,Green CoveSprings,FL32043-0698.The namesandaddressesofthepersonalrepresentativeandthepersonalrepresentatives attorney are set forth below. ALLINTERESTEDPERSONSARENOTIFIED THAT: Allcreditorsofthedecedentandother personshavingclaimsordemandsagainst decedentsestateonwhomacopyofthis noticeisservedwithinthreemonthsafter thedateofthefirstpublicationofthisnotice mustfiletheirclaimswiththisCourtWITHINTHELATEROFTHREEMONTHSAFTERTHEDATEOFTHEFIRST PUBLICAITONOFTHISNOTICEOR THIRTYDAYSAFTERTHEDATEOF SERVICEOFACOPYOFTHISNOTICE ON THEM. Allothercreditorsofthedecedentand personshavingclaimsordemandsagainst thedecedentsestatemustfiletheirclaims withthiscourtWITHINTHREEMONTHS AFTERTHEDATEOFTHEFIRSTPUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.

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52 CLAY TODAY A ugust 25, 2011 BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS CLAY T ODAYONLINE.COM 52 ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS AND OBJECTIONSNOTSOFILEDWILLBEFOREVER BARRED. ThedateofthefirstpublicationofthisNotice is August 18, 2011. Attorney for Personal Representative: Hugh Cotney, P.A. 233 East Bay Street, #905 Jacksonville, Florida 32202 Personal Representative: Marion Jackson 425 Roberts Street South Green Cove Springs, FL 32043 Legal22774publishedAug18andAug 25,2011inClayCountysClayToday news p a p er. ( 3866262 ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR CLA Y COUNTY, FLORID A PROBATE DIVISION File No. 10-CP-380 Division B IN RE: ESTATE OF ALF HANESETH, JR. Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS TheadministrationoftheestateofALF HANESETH,JR,deceased,whosedateof deathwasOctober6,2010,ispendingin theCircuitCourtforCLAYCounty,Florida, ProbateDivision,theaddressofwhichis 825NorthOrangeStreet,GreenCove Springs,Florida32043.Thenamesand addressesofthepersonalrepresentative andthepersonalrepresentativesattorney are set forth below. Allcreditorsofthedecedentandother personshavingclaimsordemandsagainst decedentsestateonwhomacopyofthis noticeisrequiredtobeservedmustfile theirclaimswiththiscourtWITHINTHE LATEROF3MONTHSAFTERTHETIME OFTHEFIRSTPUBLICAIONOFTHIS NOTICEOR30DAYSAFTERTHEDATE OFSERVICEOFACOPYOFTHINSNOTICE ON THEM. Allothercreditorsofthedecedentand otherpersonshavingclaimsordemands againstdecedentsestatemustfiletheir claimswiththiscourtWITHINTHELATER OF3MONTHSAFTERTHETIMEOFTHE FIRSTPUBLICATIONOFTHISNOTICE OR30DAYSAFTERTHEDATEOF SERVICEOFACOPYOFTHISNOTICE ON THEM. ALLCLAIMSNOTFILEDWITHINTHE TIMEPERIODSSETFORTHINSECTION 733.702OFTHEFLORIDAPROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDINGTHETIMEPERIODSSETFORTHABOVE,ANYCLAIM FILEDTWO(2)YEARSORMOREAFTER THEDECEDENTSDATEOFDEATHIS BARRED. Thedateoffirstpublicationofthisnotice is August 18, 2011. Attorney for Personal Representative: DOUGLAS A. OBERDORFER, ESQUIRE Attorney for JARED ALLEN HANESETH Florida Bar Number: 0139092 432 East Monroe Street 2nd Floror Jacksonville, Florida 32202 Telephone: (904) 354-5454 Fax: (904) 350-9803 E-Mail: doug@oberdorferlaw.com Personal Representatve: JARED ALLEN HANESETH 218 Canis Drive West Orange Park 32073 Legal22781publishedAug18andAug 25,2011inClayCountysClayToday news p a p er ( 3866597 ) NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN,that SunseekerInvestmentsInc theholderof thefollowingcertificatehasfiledsaidcertificateforataxdeedtobeissuedthereon. Thecertificatenumberandyearofissuance,thedescriptionoftheproperty,and thenamesinwhichitwasassessedareas follows: Certificate No. 1236 Year of Issuance 2008 DescriptionofProperty: PTOFNW SEC7A/K/ALOT22WESTWOODAS RECOR1306PG143,1430PG654, 1825 PG 1317 & 2802 PG 523 Parcel # 070524-005950-034-66 Opening Bid: $3,227.63 Physical Address: SharonLane, Middleburg Classification: Vacant Nameinwhichassessed: KathywithaK LLC C/o Ken Schwing SaidpropertybeingintheCountyof CLAY, State of Florida. Unlesssuchcertificateshallberedeemedaccordingtolawthepropertydescribedinsuchcertificateshallbesoldto thehighestbidderatthecourthousedoor onthe 26thdayofOctober,2011at9:30 A.M. Dated this 15th day of August, 2011. James B. Jett Clerk of Circuit Court of Clay County, Florida Legal22782publishedAug18Aug25 Sept1andSept8,2011inClayCounty s Cla y Toda y news p a p er ( 3866439 ) NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN,that Gene EdwardSteuben theholderofthefollowingcertificatehasfiledsaidcertificatefora taxdeedtobeissuedthereon.Thecertificatenumberandyearofissuance,thedescriptionoftheproperty,andthenamesin which it was assessed are as follows: Certificate No. 825 Year of Issuance 2009 DescriptionofProperty: PTOFGOVLOT 2SEC32ASRECOR139PG443, 1539 PG 310 & 1901 PG 1268 Parcel # 320823-004885-000-00 Opening Bid: $5,722.27 Physical Address: 6890CR214, Melrose Classification: SingleFamilyResi dence Nameinwhichassessed: Macdonald Johnstone, Trustee SaidpropertybeingintheCountyof CLAY, State of Florida. Unlesssuchcertificateshallberedeemedaccordingtolawthepropertydescribedinsuchcertificateshallbesoldto thehighestbidderatthecourthousedoor onthe 26thdayofOctober,2011at 9:30A.M. Dated this 15th day of August, 2011 James B. Jett Clerk of Circuit Court of Clay County, Florida Legal22783publishedAug18,Aug25, Sept1andSept8,2011inClayCounty s Cla y Toda y news p a p er ( 3866471 ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR CLAY COUNTY, FLORID A PROBATE DIVISION FILE NO.: 2011-CP-000303 Inre: THEESTATEOFKATHRYNB. MELDRUM,alsoknownasKATHRYN BEYNON MELDRUM, Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS TheadministrationoftheestateofKathrynB.Meldrum,deceased,whosedateof deathwasMay30,2011andwhoseSocial SecurityNumberis***-**-5047,ispending intheCircuitCourtforClayCounty,Florida, ProbateDivision,theaddressofwhichis ClayCountyCourthouse,825N.Orange Avenue,GreenCoveSprints,Florida 32043.Thenameandaddressofthepersonalrepresentativeandthepersonalrepresentatives attorney are set forth below. Allcreditorsofthedecedentandother personshavingclaimsordemandsagainst decedentsestateonwhomacopyofthis noticeisrequiredtobeservedmustfile theirclaimswiththisCourtWITHINTHE LATEROF3MONTHSAFTERTHEDATE OFTHEFIRSTPUBLICATIONOFTHIS NOTICEOR30DAYSAFTERTHEDATE OFSERVICEOFACOPYOFTHISNOTICE ON THEM. Allothercreditorsofthedecedentand otherpersonshavingclaimsordemands againstdecedentsestatemustfiletheir claimswiththisCourtWITHIN3MONTHS AFTERTHEDATEOFTHEFIRSTPUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. ALLCLAIMSNOTSOFILEDWITHIN THETIMEPERIODSSETFORTHINSECTION733.702OFTHEFLORIDAPROBATECODEWILLBEFOREVERBARRED. NOTWITHSTANDINGTHETIMEPERIODSETFORTHABOVE,ANYCLAIM FILEDTWO(2)YEARSORMOREAFTER THEDECEDENTSDATEOFDEATHIS BARRED. Thedateofthefirstpublicationofthis Notice is August 18, 2011. Personal Representative: Thomas Wilson Meldrum, Jr. 8825 Black Alder Drive Alexandria, Virginia 22309 Attorney for Personal Representative: TAYLOR & TAYLOR P.A. James J. Taylor Jr. Florida Bar No. 334057 Post Office Box 2000 Keystone Heights, Florida 32656 (352) 473-8088 (telephone) (352) 473-8161 (facsimile) Legal22788publishedAug18andAug 25,2011inClayCountysClayToday news p a p er ( 3867202 ) Notice of Meeting Ridgewood Trails Community Development District TheregularmeetingoftheBoardofSupervisorsoftheRidgewoodTrailsCommunityDevelopmentDistrictwillbeheldon Wednesday,September7,2011at1:30 p.m.attheCourtyardbyMarriott,610 WellsRoad,OrangePark,Florida. The meetingisopentothepublicandwillbe conductedinaccordancewiththeprovisionsofFloridaLawforCommunityDevelopmentDistricts.Acopyoftheagendafor thismeetingmaybeobtainedfromtheDistrictManger,at475WestTownPlace, Suite114,St.Augustine,Florida32092 (andphone(904)940-5850).Thismeeting maybecontinuedtoadate,time,and placetobespecifiedontherecordatthe meeting.Theremaybeoccasionswhen oneormoreSupervisorswillparticipateb y telephone. Anypersonrequiringspecialaccommodationsatthismeetingbecauseofadisabilityorphysicalimpairmentshouldcontact theDistrictOfficeat(904)940-5850at leasttwocalendardayspriortothemeeting.Ifyouarehearingorspeechimpaired, pleasecontacttheFloridaRelayServiceat 1-800-955-8770,foraidincontactingthe District Office. Eachpersonwhodecidestoappealany actiontakenatthesemeetingsisadvised thatpersonwillneedarecordoftheproceedingsandthataccordingly,theperson mayneedtoensurethataverbatimrecord oftheproceedingsismade,includingthe testimonyandevidenceuponwhichsuch appeal is to be based. James Oliver District Manager Legal22791publishedAug18,2011in Cla y Count y s Cla y Toda y news p a p er ( NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIVE COMPLAINT Case No: 200904523 TO: DAVID H. STATON AnAdministrativeComplainttorevoke yourlicenseandeligibilityforlicensurehas beenfiledagainstyou.Youhavetheright torequestahearingpursuanttoSections 120.569and120.57,FloridaStatutes,b y mailingarequestforsametotheFlorida DepartmentofAgricultureandConsumer Services,DivisionofLicensing,PostOffice Box3168,Tallahassee,Florida,323153168.Ifarequestforhearingisnotreceivedby21daysfromthedateofthelast publication,therighttoahearinginthis matterwillbewaivedandtheDepartment willdisposeofthiscauseinaccordance with law. LegalNo.22792publishedAugust25, Sept.1,Sept.8,Sept.15inClayCount y s Cla y Toda y news p a p er. ( 3867630 ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION Division Probate File No: 2011-CP-000292 IN RE: ESTATE OF CAROL M. PACEY Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS TheadministrationoftheestateofCarol M.Pacey,deceased,whosedateofdeath wasJul y 16,2011,is p endin g intheCircuit y pg CourtforClayCounty,Florida,ProbateDivision,theaddressofwhichis825North OrangeAvenue,P.O.Box698,Green CoveSprings,Florida32043.Thenames andaddressesofthepersonalrepresentativeandthepersonalrepresentativesattorney are 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. NOTWITHSTANDINGTHETIMEPERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILEDTWO(2)YEARSORMOREAFTER THE DECEDENTS DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. Thedateoffirstpublicationofthisnotice is August 25, 2011. Attorney for Personal Representative: M. Lanning Fox Attorney for Phillip J. Pace y Florida Bar Number: 197051 Fox, Wackeen, Dungey, Beard, Sobel, Bush & McCluskey, L.L.P. 3473 S.E. Willoughby Boulevard Stuart, FL 34994 Telephone: (772) 287-4444 Fax: (772) 283-4637 E-Mail: mlfox@foxwackeen.com Personal Representative: Phillip J. Pacey 4153 Scarlett Drive Morristown, Tennessee 37814 LegalNo.22793publishedAugust25 andSeptember1,2011inClayCountys Cla y Toda y news p a p er. ( 3867780 ) ST. JOHNS RIVER WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT GIVES NOTICE OF INTENDED DISTRICT DECISION TheDistrictgivesnoticeofitsintentto approveofapplication(s)forthefollowing applicant(s) : ClayCountyBoardofCountyCommissioners,POBox1365,477HoustonSt, GreenCoveSprings,FL32043,application #4-019-124687-1.Theprojectislocatedin ClayCounty,Sections:16,21,28and9, Township:5South,Range:25East,and includes39.17acres.ClayCountyproposestowidentheexistingHenleyRoadfrom a2-laneruralroadwaytoa4-laneurban roadway.TheprojectislocatedinCla y Countyandextendsadistanceof3.50 milesfromCR218toCR209nearBlac k Creek.Theproposedtypicalsectionfor HenleyRoadconsistsoffour12footlanes withcurbandgutter,sidewalksanda16foot raised grassed median. Stormwatermanagementfacilities(7 wetdetentionponds)willbelocatedonadj acentparcelsalongtheprojectanddischargeswillbetowetlandsassociatedwith JohnBoyCreek,LakeAsburyorBlack Creek.Theprojectwillresultinwetlandimpactsthatwillbemitigatedforwithcredits from Loblolly Mitigation Bank. IfyouwishtoreceiveacopyofaTechnicalStaffReport(TSR)thatprovidesthe Districtstaffsanalysisofapermitapplication,pleasesubmityourrequestto:DirectorofRegulatorySupport,P.O.Box1429, Palatka,FL32178-1429.OnceaTSRbecomesavailable,youmayalsoreviewitb y goingtothePermittingsectionoftheDistrictswebsiteatfloridaswater.com / permitting/index.html.Toobtaininformation onhowtofindandviewaTSR,visithttps:/ / permitting.sjrwmd.com/epermitting/html/EP FAQs.html,andthenfollowthedirections providedunder"HowtofindaTechnical StaffReport(TSR)orotherapplicationfile documents." Apersonwhosesubstantialinterests areorma y beaffectedhastheri g httorey g questanadministrativehearingbyfilinga writtenpetitionwiththeSt.JohnsRiver WaterManagementDistrict(District).PursuanttoChapter28-106andRule40C1.1007,FloridaAdministrativeCode (F.A.C.),thepetitionmustbefiled(received) either by delivery at the office of the DistrictClerkatDistrictHeadquarters,P.O. Box1429,PalatkaFL32178-1429(4049 ReidSt.,Palatka,FL32177)orbye-mail withtheDistrictClerkatClerk@sjrwmd.co m,withintwenty-six(26)daysoftheDistrict depositingthenoticeofintendedDistrict decisioninthemail(forthosepersonsto whomtheDistrictmailsactualnotice),withintwenty-one(21)daysoftheDistrict emailingnoticeofintendedDistrictdecision (forthosepersonstowhomtheDistrict emailsactualnotice),orwithintwenty-one (21)daysofnewspaperpublicationofthe noticeofintendedDistrictdecision(for thosepersonstowhomtheDistrictdoes notmailoremailactualnotice).Apetition mustcomplywithSections120.54(5)(b)4. and120.569(2)(c),FloridaStatutes(F.S.), andChapter28-106,F.A.C.TheDistrictwill notacceptapetitionsentbyfacsimile(fax). MediationpursuanttoSection120.573, F.S., is not available. Apetitionforanadministrativehearing isdeemedfileduponreceiptofthecompletepetitionbytheDistrictClerkatthe DistrictHeadquartersinPalatka,Florida duringtheDistrictsregularbusinesshours. TheDistrictsregularbusinesshoursare8 a.m.5p.m.,excludingweekendsand Districtholidays.Petitionsreceivedbythe DistrictClerkaftertheDistrictsregular businesshoursshallbedeemedfiledasof 8 a.m. on the next regular District business day.TheDistrictsacceptanceofpetitions filedbye-mailissubjecttocertainconditionssetforthintheDistrictsStatementof AgencyOrganizationandOperation(issuedpursuanttoRule28-101.001,Florida AdministrativeCode),whichisavailablefor viewing at floridaswater.com. Theseconditionsinclude,butarenotlimitedto,thepetitionbeingintheformofa PDForTIFFfileandbeingcapableofbeingstoredandprintedbytheDistrict.Further,pursuanttotheDistrictsStatementof AgencyOrganizationandOperation,attemptingtofileapetitionbyfacsimile(fax) is prohibited and shall not constitute filing. Therighttoanadministrativehearing andtherelevantprocedurestobefollowed aregovernedbyChapter120,FloridaStatutes,Chapter28-106,FloridaAdministrativeCode,andRule40C1.1007,Florida AdministrativeCode.Becausetheadministrativehearingprocessisdesignedtoformulatefinalagencyaction,thefilingofa petitionmeanstheDistrictsfinalaction maybedifferentfromthepositiontakenb y itinthisnotice.Failuretofileapetitionfor anadministrativehearingwithintherequisitetimeframeshallconstituteawaiverof therighttoanadministrativehearing.(Rule 28-106.111, F.A.C.). Ifyouwishtodoso,pleasevisithttp://flo ridaswater.com/noticeofrights/toreadthe completeNoticeofRightstodetermineany legalrightsyoumayhaveconcerningthe Districtsintendeddecision(s)onthepermit application(s)describedabove.YoucanalsorequesttheNoticeofRightsbycontactingtheDirectorofRegulatorySupport (RS),4049ReidSt.,Palatka,FL321772529, tele. no. (386)329-4268. Victor Castro, Division Director, Regulatory Support St. Johns River Water Management District LegalNo.22794publishedAugust25, 2011inClayCountysClayTodaynewsp a p er. PUBLIC SALE NOTICE Noticeisherebygiventhat Stor-Kwik SelfStorage (FormerlyCoastalSelfStorage),willsellthecontentsofthefollowing selfstorageunitsbypublicauctiontosatisfytheirliensagainstthesetenants,in accordinacewiththeFloridaSelf-Storage FacilityAct.Theauctionwilltakeplaceat 2000WellsRoad,OrangePark,Florida 32073at2:00PMon Monday,Sept.12, 2011 orthereafter.Phone(904)272-4114 Email:orangepark@storkwik.com Anthony Mathis Unit #211 Geor g ena Brutton Unit #333

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CLAYTODAYONLINE.COM BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS A ugust 25, 2011 CLAY TODAY 53 53 g Merle Mason Unit #426 Pam Webb Unit 658 Legal22795publishedAugust25and September1,2011inClayCountysClay Toda y news p a p er ( 3868605 ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR CLAY COUNT Y CIVIL DIVISION CASE NO: 12009-CA-002181 U.S. BANK, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, Plaintiff, Vs. JONASCARDOSO,GILCHELHAF. CARDOSOA/K/AGILCHELH A CARDOSO,FLORIDAHOUSINGFINANCECORPORATION,ANDUNKNOWN TENABNTS/OWNERS, Defendants. NOTICE OF SALE NoticeisherebygivenpursuanttoFinal JudgmentofForeclosureforPlaintiffenteredinthiscauseonApril22,20109,in theCircuitCourtofClayCounty,Florida,I willsellthepropertysituatedinClayCounty, Florida, described as: LOT12,BEARRUNUNIT4,ACCORDINGTOPLATTHREOFASRECORDED NIPLATBOOK19,PAGES64AND65OF THEPUBLICRECORDSOFCLA Y COUNTY, FLORIDA. Andcommonlyknownas1322SIOUX ST.,ORANGEPARK,FL32065;including thebuilding,appurtenancesandfixtureslocatedtherein,atpublicsale,tothehighest andbestbidderforcash,onthefrontsteps oftheClayCountyCourthouse,onSept. 26, 2011 at 10:00 a.m. Anypersonsclaiminganinterestinthe surplusfromthesale,ifany,otherthanthe propertyownerasofthedateofthelis pendensmustfileaclaimwithin60days after the sale. Dated this 16th of August, 2011. /seal / James B. Jett, Clerk of the Circuit Court By Robbin Tefft, Deputy Cler k LegalNo.22796publishedAug.25and Sept.1,2011inClayCountysClayToda y news p a p er. ( 3868641 ) NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE E-ZTowing&RepairInc.givesNoticeof Lien and intent to sell: 06 CHEVY VIN #2G1WT58K269419608 97 FORD VIN #1FTCR10A8VUC00576 05 NISSAN VIN #1N4AL11D55C172815 01 HYUNDAI VIN #KMHDN45D41U132240 On Sept.14,2011 at 9:00a.m.at4266 Hwy15AinGreenCoveSprings,FL 32043. Pursuanttosubsection713-78of theFloridaStatutes.E-ZTowingreserves the right to accept or reject any/or all bids. LegalNo.22798publishedAugust25, 2011inClayCountysClayTodaynewsp a p er. ( 3868621 ) NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE OnSept.10,2011, TomsTowing at 246 JeffersonAve.,OrangePark,FL32073 willbeauctioningoffthefollowingvehicles fortowingandstoragecostsat10:00a.m. Vehiclesmaybeviewedtwohourspriorto the auction. 1999 CHEVY 1GNEK13R2XJ485673 1985 FORD 1FTBR10S9FUB24310 2001 CHRYSLER 2C3HE66G61H649170 1966 BUICK 464596X153710 Legal No. 22797 published Aug. 25, 2011 in Clay Countys Clay Today newspap er. ( 3868721 ) PUBLIC SALE NOTICE GARNERSTORAGE ,3022Edgewood Ave.N,Jacksonville,Fla.,willsellthecontentsofthefollowingselfstorageunitsb y publicauctiontosatisfytheirliensagainst thesetenants,on Thursday,Sept.1at10 a.m. Phone 904-725-5894 C.E. Wingate (household goods) Legal22799publishedAug.28,2011in ClayCountysClayTodaynewspaper ( 3868768 ) NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE E-ZTowing&RepairInc.givesnoticeof lien and intent to sell: 93 LINC VIN# 1LNLM91V0PY759156 04 FORD VIN# 1FTRX02W84KD80509 onSeptember19,2011at9:00a.m.at 2864BlandingBlvd.,Middleburg,FL 32068.PursuanttoSubsection713-78of theFloridaStatutes.E-ZTowingreserves the right to accept or reject any/or all bids. LegalNo.22800publishedAugust25, 2011inClayCountysClayTodaynewsp a p er. ( 3868837 ) NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE STOR-KWIK (formerlyCapitolSelfStorage) FlemingIsland ,wishingtoavailitself oftheprovisionsofapplicablelawsofThis StateCivilcodeSections83.801-893-809, herebygivesnoticeofsaleundersaidlaw, to wit: On 09/12/11 atSTOR-KWIK,FI,3285 USHighway17,FlemingIsland,Fl32003 (904)215-2125,at 3:00p.m. ofthatday, STOR-KWIKFIwillconductapublicsaleto thehighestbidder,forcash,ofproperty contained in the following Unit(s): Thomas L. Agee, Unit D007, Household Donald George, Unit E215, Household Kristina D. Spiro, F259, Household Ownerreservestherighttobidandrefuse orrejectanyandallbids.thesaleisbeing madetosatisfyanownerslien.Thepublic is invited to attend. LegalNo.22801publishedAugust25 andSept.1,2011inClayCountysClay Toda y news p a p er. ( 3869894 ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR CLAY COUNTY, FLORID A CIVIL DIVISION CASE NO: 102010CA000409XXXXXX THEBANKOFNEWYORKMELLON FKATHEBANKOFNEWYORKAS TRUSTEE FOR THE CERTIFICATEHOLDERSCWMBS,INC. CHLMORTGAGEPASS-THROUGH TRUST2005-HYB7MORTGAGEPASS THROUGHCERTIFICATES,SERIES 2005-HYB7, Plaintiff, Vs. JAMES KAO, et al., Defendants. RE-NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 45 NOTICEISHEREBYGIVENpursuant toanOrderorSummaryFinalJudgment datedJune8,2010andanOrderResetting SaledatedAugust16,2011andenteredin CaseNo.10201CA000409XXXXXXofthe CircuitCourtinandforClayCounty,whereinTHEBANKOFNEWYORKMELLON FKATHEBANKOFNEWYORKAS TRUSTEE FOR THE CERTIFICATEHOLDERSCWMBS,INC. CHLMORTGAGEPASS-THROUGH TRUST2005-HYB7MORTGAGEPASSTHROUGHCERTIFICATES,SERIES 2005-HYB7isPlaintiffandJAMESKAO; MORTGAGEELECTRONICREGISTRATIONSYSTEMS,INC.ASNOMINEEFOR THEMORTGAGESTOREFINANCIAL, INCMINNO.100141500000112315; PLANTATIONVILLAGETOWNHOUSE ASSOCIATION,INC;UNKNOWNTENANT NO.1;UNKNOWNTENANTNO.2;and ALLUNKNOWNPARTIESCLAIMINGINTERESTSBY,THROUGH,UNDEROR AGAINSTANAMEDDEFENDANTTO THISACTION,ORHAVINGORCLAIMINGTOHAVEANYRIGHT,TITLEORINTERESTINTHEPROPERTYHEREINDESCRIBED,areDefendants.Iwillselltothe highestandbestbidderforcashatthe FrontStepsoftheClayCountyCourthouse,825N.OrangeAvenue,Green CoveSprings,Florida32043atClayCounty,Floridaat10:00a.m.onthe27thofSeptember,2011,thefollowingdescribedpropertyassetforthinsaidOrderorFinalJudgment, to-wit: LOT4C,BLOCK2OFPLANTATION VILLAGEUNITONE,ACCORDINGTO THEPLATTHEREOFASRECORDEDIN PLATBOOK43,PAGES30THROUGH 36OFTHEPUBLICRECORDSOFCLA Y COUNTY, FLORIDA. ANYPERSONCLAIMINGANINTERESTINTHESURPLUSFROMTHESALE, IFANY,OTHERTHANTHEPROPERT Y OWNERASOFTHEDATEOFTHELIS PENDENSMUSTFILEACLAIMWITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE. InaccordancewiththeAmericanswith DisabilitiesActof1990,personsneeding specialaccommodationtoparticipatein thisproceedingshouldcontacttheClerkof theCourtnotlaterthanfivebusinessdays priortotheproceedingattheClayCounty Courthouse.Telephone904-269-6317or1800-955-8770viatheFloridaRelayService. Dated at Green Cove Springs, Florida on August 17, 2011. /seal / James B. Jett, Clerk of the Circuit Court By Lisa Carpenter, Deputy Cler k LegalNo.22802publishedAug25and Sept.1,2011inClayCountysClayToda y news p a p er. ( 3869928 ) IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AN DFOR CLAY COUNTY, FLORID A CIVIL DIVISION CASE NO: 11-C-0180-G OAKLEAFPLANTATIONPROPERTY OWNERSASSOCIATION,INC.,aFlorida not-for-profit corporation, Plaintiff vs. SAML.DAVIDSONandIRISC.DAVIDSON,hiswife,CITIFINANCIALEQUITY SERVICES,INC.,andUKNOWNTENANT, Defendants. NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 45 NOTICEISHEREBYGIVENpursuant toaFinalJudgmentofForeclosuredated Aug.16,2011andenteredinCaseNo.11CC-0810-G,oftheCountyCourtofthe FourthJudicialCircuitinandforCla y County,Florida,whereinOAKLEAFPLANTATIONPROPERTYOWNERSASSOCIATION,INC.isPlaintiffandSAML.DAVIDSONandIRISC.DAVIDSON, CITIFINANCIALEQUITYSERVICES,INC. areDefendants,Iwillselltothehighest bidderforcashattheClayCountyCourthouse,825N.OrangeAve.,GreenCove Springs,FL32043onthe26thdayofSeptember,2011at10:00a.m.thefollowing propertyassetforthinsaidFinalJudgment, to wit: Lot345,SILVERLEAFATOAKLEA F PLANTATIONPHASE,accordingtoplat thereofasrecordedinPlatBook41,Pages52through50inclusiveofthePublic Records of Clay County, Florida. Dated August 16, 2011. (seal) James B. Jett, Clerk of the Circuit Court by Rhonda Yates, Deputy Cler k LegalNo.22803publishedAug.25and Sept.1,2011inClayCountysClayToda y news p a p er. ( 3869978 ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR CLAY COUNT Y PROBATE DIVISION CASE NO: 11-CP-243 DIVISION: A INRE: TheEstateofPETERFRED SEMONS, SR. Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Thenameofthedecedent,thedesignationofthecourtinwhichtheadministration ofthisestateispending,andthefilenumberareindicatedabove.Theaddressof thecourtis825NorthOrangeAve.,Green CoveSprings,FL32043.Thenamesand addressesofthepersonalrepresentative andthepersonalrepresentativesattorney are indicated below. Ifyouhavebeenservedwithacopyof thisnoticeandyouhaveanyclaimordemandagainstthedecedentsestate,evenif thatclaimisunmatured,contingentor unliquidated,youmustfileyourclaimwith thecourtONORBEFORETHELATEROF ADATETHATIS3MONTHSAFTERTHE DATEOFTHEFIRSTPUBLICATIONOF THISNOTICEOR30DAYSAFTERYOU RECEIVE A COPY OF THIS NOTICE. Allothercreditorsofthedecedentand otherpersonswhohaveclaimsordemandsa g ainstthedecedentsestate,ing cludingunmatured,contingentor unliquidatedclaims,mustfiletheirclaims withthecourtWITHIN3MONTHSAFTER THEDATEOFTHEFIRSTPUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. ALLCLAIMSNOTSOFILEDWILLBE FOREVER BARRED. EVENIFACLAIMISNOTBARREDBY THELIMITATIONSDESCRIBEDABOVE, ALLCLAIMSWHICHHAVENOTBEEN FILEDWILLBEBARREDTWOYEARS AFTER DECEDENTS DEATH. Thedateofdeathofthedecedentis: September 21, 2010 ThedateoffirstpublicationofthisNotice is: August 25, 2011. Attorney for Personal Representative: WILLIAM K. GORDON, ESQ. Attorney for Petitione r FLA BAR #0l46958 P.O. Box 1017 Melrose, FL 32666 (352) 475-l357 Facsimile (352) 475-2059 Personal Representative: MICHELE PENDERGRAPH Legal22805publishedAug25andSept 1,2011inClayCountysClayToday news p a p er ( 3871485 ) NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE SCOTTSAFFORDABLETOWINGINC givesNoticetosellthefollowingvehiclefor towingandstoragelienonSeptember5, 201110:00amat 2909BLANDINGBLVD MIDDLEBURG,FL32068-6349 ,pursuant tosubsection713.78oftheFloridaStatutes. 1999 GMC I.D.# 1GKDM19W3XB516861 ScottsAffordableTowingInc.reserves therighttoacceptorrejectanyand/orall bids. Legalno.22806publishedAug25,2011 inClayCountysClayTodaynewspaper. ( 3871729 ) Notice of Sale of Impounded Livestock ToWhomItMayConcern:Youarehereb y notifiedthatIwillofferforsaleandsellat publicsaletothehighestandbestbidder forcashthefollowingdescribedlivestock,1 fawnfemalepalominohorse,at10ocloc k a.m.onthe1stdayofSeptember2011at thefollowingplace,3984WestSR16, GreenCoveSprings,ClayCounty,Florida, tosatisfyaclaimforfees,expensesfor feeding and care and costs hereof. Legal22807publishedAug25,2011in ClayCountysClayTodaynewspaper ( 3871742 ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLA Y COUNTY, FLORID A CIVIL DIVISION CASE NO: 2009-CA-001340 U.S.BANKNATIONALASSOCIATIONAS INDENTURETRUSTEEFORAMERICA N HOMEMORTGAGEINVESTMENT TRUST2005-4,MORTGAGE-BACKE D CERTIFICATES, SERIES 2005-4 Plaintiff, Vs. LESLITOLAROCHEA/K/ALES LAROCHE;UNNOWNSPOUSEOF LESLITOLAROCHEA/K/ALES LAROCHE;WACHOVIABANK,NATIONALASSOCIATION;HICKORYGLEN HOMEOWNERSASSOCIATION,INC.; UNKNOWNPERSON(S)INPOSSESSION OF THE SUBJECT PROPERTY; Defendant(s). RE-NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE NOTICEISHEREBYGIVENpursuant toanOrderReschedulingForeclosureSale datedAug18,2011andenteredinCase No.2009-CA-001340,oftheCircuitCourt ofthe4thJudicialCircuitinandforCLA Y County,Florida.U.S.BANKNATIONAL ASSOCIATIONASINDENTURETRUSTEEFORAMERICANHOMEMORTGAGE INVESTMENTTRUST2005-4, MORTGAGE-BACKEDCERTIFICATES, SERIES2005-4isPlaintiffandLESLITO LAROCHEA/K/ALESLAROCHE;UNKNOWNSPOUSEOFLESLITO LAROCHEA/KALESLAROCHE;UNKNOWNPERSON(S)INPOSSESSION OFTHESUBJECTPROPERTY; WACHOVIABANK,NATIONALASSOCIATION;HICKORYGLENHOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION,INC.;aredefendants.I willselltothehighestandbestbidderfor cashatTHEFRONTSTEPSOFTHE COURTHOUSEAT825N.ORANGEAVENUE,GREENCOVESPRINGS,INCLAY COUNTY,FLAT10:00a.m.onthe29th dayofSEPTEMBER,2011,thefollowing describedpropertyassetforthinsaidFinal Judgment, to wit: LOT27,HICKORYGLEN,ACCORDINGTOTHEPLATTHEREOFASRECORDEDINPLATBOOK33,PAGES41, 42,AND43,OFTHEPUBLICRECORDS OF CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA. Apersonclaiminganinterestinthesurplusfromthesale,ifany,otherthanthe propertyownerasofthedateofthelis pendensmustfileaclaimwithin60days after the sale. ifyouareapersonwithadisabilitywho needsanyaccommodationinordertoparticipateinthisproceeding,youareentitled, atnocosttoyou,toprovisionsofcertain assistance.PleasecontacttheCourtAdministratorat825N.OrangeAvenue, Room105,GreenCoveSprings,FL32043, Phone904-278-2645within2workingdays ofyourreceiptofthisnoticeorpleading;if youarehearingimpaired,call1-800-9558771(TDD);ifyouarevoiceimpaired,call 1-800-995-8770(v)viaFloridaRelayService. Dated this 19th day of Aug, 2011. /seal / James B. Jett, As Clerk of the Court By Alison Carter, Deputy Cler k LegalNo.22808publishedAug25and Sept1,2011inClayCountysClayToda y news p a p er. ( 3871765 ) PUBLIC AUCTION Thefollowingvehicle s willbesoldat public auction for towing and storage costs: 1989 Nissan Maxima Vin # JN1HJ01P7KT202639 1987 Chevrolet Camaro Vin # 1G1FP21F9HN121198 1995 Ford Contour Vin # 1FALP67L9SK123997 1988 Toyota Carolla Wagon Vin # JT2AE92W6J3056173 2000 Ford Taurus Vin # 1FAFP58SXYA200212 G&MTowingInc.reservestherightto acceptandrejectanyandallbids.The auctionwillbeheldon09/12/2011at9:00 a.m.atG&MTowing,Inc.locatedat4995 Highway 17 S., Green Cove Springs, FL. Legal22809publishedAug.25,2011in ClayCountysClayTodaynewspaper ( 3871814 ) NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN,that SunseekerInvestmentsInc theholderof thefollowingcertificatehasfiledsaidcertificateforataxdeedtobeissuedthereon. Thecertificatenumberandyearofissuance,thedescriptionoftheproperty,and thenamesinwhichitwasassessedareas follows: Certificate No. 3974 Year of Issuance 2008 DescriptionofProperty: WLY95LOTF BLK101PALMER&FERRISTRACTOR 272 PG 442 EX O R 439 PG 593 Parcel #3 80626-016667-000-00 Opening Bid: $1,921.98 Physical Address: IdlewildAve, Green Cove Springs Classification: Vacant Name in which assessed: Ruth Compton SaidpropertybeingintheCountyof CLAY, State of Florida. Unlesssuchcertificateshallberedeemedaccordingtolawthepropertydescribedinsuchcertificateshallbesoldto thehighestbidderatthecourthousedoor onthe 26thdayofOctober,2011at9:30 A.M. Dated this 22nd day of August, 2011 James B. Jett Clerk of Circuit Court of Clay County, Florida Legal22812publishedAug25,Sept1, Sept8,andSept15,2011inClayCount y s Cla y Toda y news p a p er ( 3871564 )

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54 CLAY TODAY A ugust 25, 2011 BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS CLAY T ODAYONLINE.COM 54 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN,that PPTS 1LLC theholderofthefollowingcertificate hasfiledsaidcertificateforataxdeedtobe issuedthereon.Thecertificatenumberand yearofissuance,thedescriptionofthe property,andthenamesinwhichitwasassessed are as follows: Certificate No. 4229 Year of Issuance 2009 DescriptionofProperty: UNIT20&COMMONAREAOR2654PG2132EAS T WESTOFFICECONDOMINIUMIASREC O R 2856 PG 680 Parcel # 050526-014190-019-20 Opening Bid: $18,931.91 Physical Address: 1835EastWest Pkwy #20, Fleming Island Classification: Office Condominium Nameinwhichassessed: FloridaCMS LLC SaidpropertybeingintheCountyof CLAY, State of Florida. Unlesssuchcertificateshallberedeemedaccordingtolawthepropertydescribedinsuchcertificateshallbesoldto thehighestbidderatthecourthousedoor onthe 26thdayofOctober,2011at 9:30A.M. Dated this 22nd day of August, 2011 James B. Jett Clerk of Circuit Court of Clay County, Florida Legal22813publishedAug25,Sept1, Sept8,andSept15,2011inClayCount y s Cla y Toda y news p a p er ( 3871593 ) NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN,that Gene EdwardSteuben theholderofthefollowingcertificatehasfiledsaidcertificatefora taxdeedtobeissuedthereon.Thecertificatenumberandyearofissuance,thedescriptionoftheproperty,andthenamesin which it was assessed are as follows: Certificate No. 1484 Year of Issuance 2009 Description of Property: PTOF LOT11S31T4R24ASRECOR2729PG 335, 2735 PG 1153 & 2737 PG 1507 Parcel # 310424-005641-001-02 Opening Bid: $7,120.45 Physical Address: 1687NolanRd, Middleburg Classification: SingleFamilyResidence Nameinwhichassessed: DavidE.Manning Jr SaidpropertybeingintheCountyof CLAY, State of Florida. Unlesssuchcertificateshallberedeemedaccordingtolawthepropertydescribedinsuchcertificateshallbesoldto thehighestbidderatthecourthousedoor onthe 26thdayofOctober,2011at9:30 A.M. Dated this 22nd day of August, 2011 James B. Jett Clerk of Circuit Court of Clay County, Florida Legal22814publishedAug25,Sept1, Sept8,andSept15,2011inClayCount y s Cla y Toda y news p a p er ( 3871617 ) BID INVITATION ADVERTISEMENT SealedbidswillbereceivedbytheCit y ofGreenCoveSprings,FinanceDepartment,321WalnutStreet,GreenCove Springs,Florida32043,until, 10:00a.m. localtime,September13,2011 atwhich timethebidswillbepubliclyopenedand readaloud,forthefollowingCityofGreen Cove Springs project: Bid No. 09-11-01, Mobile Home for Sale. Proposalsshallcomplywiththeconditions,instructions,specificationsandterms asdescribedinthebidpackage.Bidsshall bemailedordeliveredinpersontoCit y Hall,321WalnutStreet,GreenCove Springs,Florida32043,ATTN:AmyCole. Faxedorelectronic,telephonic,ororal transmittalswillnotbeaccepted.Anybid receivedafterthedesignatedclosingtime willberejected.Bidsshallbesealedinan envelopeandplainlymarked: BIDNO.0911-01, Mobile Home for Sale. 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. BidpackagesmaybeobtainedatCit y Hallbetween7:00a.m.and5:30p.m.MondaythroughThursdayorviamailbycalling AmyColeatCityHall,phone(904)5292200 ext. 302. By: Amy Cole THECITYOFGREENCOVESPRINGSIS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER Legal22816publishedAug25,Sept1 andSept8,2011inClayCountysClay Today newspaper (3872037) PUBLIC SALE ALLAMERICANTOWING,LLC gives noticetosellthefollowingvehiclefortowingandstoragelien: 1FASP11J1SW3453521995FORD, KNAFB1211X58041861999KIAon 09/06/2011,3VWSE69M03M1413002003 VOLK on09/12/2011at8:00amat2005 WellsRd.ORANGEPARK,FL32073,pursuanttosubsection713.78oftheFlorida Statutes. ALLAMERICANTOWING,LLC reservestherighttoacceptorrejectany and/or all bids. Legal22817publishedAug.25,2011in ClayCountysClayTodaynewspaper ( 3872059 ) PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE TheCityofGreenCoveSpringsproposes to adopt the following ordinance: ANORDINANCEOFTHECITYOF GREENCOVESPRINGS,FLORID A REZONINGTHEREALPROPERTYDESCRIBEDINATTACHMENT"A"FROM R-1,SINGLEFAMILYRESIDENTIALTO PUD,PLANNEDUNITDEVELOPMENT, GOVERNORSPOINTEYACHTCLUB PHASEIIMORESPECIFICALLYDESCRIBEDINATTACHMENT"B"WRITTENDESCRIPTIONANDATTACHMEN T "C"SITEPLAN;PROVIDINGFOR SEVERABILITY;REPEALER;ANDSETTING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. Thefollowingpublichearingshavebeen scheduledandwillbeheldintheCit y CouncilChambers,321WalnutStreet, GreenCoveSprings,tohearcomments,if any, regarding said ordinance: CityCouncil: Tuesday,September6, 2011at7:00p.m.orshortlythereafter (1st Reading of Ordinance By Title). CityCouncil: Tuesday,September20, 2011at7:00p.m.orshortlythereafter (2ndandFinalReadingofForAdoption). Forthefollowingparcelofproperty:#3806-26-018019: AparceloflandconsistingofLots11 and12,Block48NorthSuburbsofGreen CoveSprings,accordingtotheplatthereof asrecordedinplatbook2,page(s)1,of thepublicrecordsofClayCounty,Florida, togetherwithaportionofGovernorStreet (closedaccordingtodeedrecordedinofficialrecordsbook287,page699ofsaid publicrecords);saidparcelbeingmoreparticularly described as follows: Beginatthemostsoutherlycornerof saidlot11;thenceonthenortheasterlyline ofStJohnsAvenue(a60footwiderightof wa y asnowestablished ) north59de g rees y ) g 10minutes58secondswest,138.50feetto thecenterlineofsaidGovernorStreet,said centerlinealsobeingthesoutheasterlyline ofGovernorsPointe,accordingtotheplat thereofasrecordedinplatbook54,pages 57and58ofsaidpublicrecords;thenceon lastsaidlinenorth30degrees25minutes 00secondseast,426feet,moreorlessto thewatersoftheStJohnsRiver;thence southeasterlyalongsaidwaters,231feet, moreorless,tothesoutheasterlylineof saidlot11;thenceonlastsaidlinesouth 30degrees25minutes00secondswest, 503feet,moreorless,tothepointofbeginning. Subjecttoaneasementcoveringthe northwesterly10feetoftheabovedescribedproperty,asreservedtotheCityof GreenCoveSprings,accordingtothedeed recordedinofficialrecordsbook287,page 699, of said public records. ThepropertyiscurrentlyzonedR-1,SingleFamilyResidentialandhasaLandUse DesignationofRLD,ResidentialLowDensity. Pleasebeadvisedthatifapersondecidestoappealanydecisionmadebythe PlanningandZoningBoardorCityCouncil withrespecttoanymatterconsideredat thesescheduledpublichearings,theywill needtoensurethataverbatimrecordof theproceedingsismade,whichrecordincludesthetestimonyandevidenceupon which the appeal is to be based. InaccordancewiththeAmericanswith DisabilitiesAct,anypersonneedingaspecialaccommodationtoparticipateinthis mattershouldcontactCityHallat(904) 529-2200atleastthree(3)dayspriortothe meeting.Hearingimpairedpersonsmay access through (904) 529-2225 (TDD). SaidOrdinanceisavailableatCityHall forreviewduringregularworkinghoursof 7:00AMto5:30PM,Mondaythrough Thursday(officeisclosedonFriday).All interestedindividualsareinvitedtoattend these public hearings. Allinterestedindividualsareinvitedtoattend these public hearings. By: Lee Bentley, Planning and Zoning Director Daniell J. Judd, City Manager City of Green Cove Springs 321 Walnut Street Green Cove Springs, FL 32043 Legal22820publishedAug.25,2011in ClayCountysClayTodaynewspaper ( 3872114 ) GOVERNORS POINTE YACHT CLUB PHASE II PLAT HEARING Noticeisherebygiventhatpublichearingshavebeenscheduledonaproposed platforGovernorsPointeYachtClub PhaseII,aparceloflandconsistingofLots 11and12,Block48NorthSuburbsof GreenCoveSprings,accordingtotheplat thereofasrecordedinplatbook2,page(s) 1,ofthepublicrecordsofClayCounty, Florida,togetherwithaportionofGovernor Street(closedaccordingtodeedrecorded inofficialrecordsbook287,page699of saidpublicrecords);saidparcelbeing more particularly described as follows: Beginatthemostsoutherlycornerof saidlot11;thenceonthenortheasterlyline ofStJohnsAvenue(a60footwiderightof wayasnowestablished)north59degrees 10minutes58secondswest,138.50feetto thecenterlineofsaidGovernorStreet,said centerlinealsobeingthesoutheasterlyline ofGovernorsPointe,accordingtotheplat thereofasrecordedinplatbook54,pages 57and58ofsaidpublicrecords;thenceon lastsaidlinenorth30degrees25minutes 00secondseast,426feet,moreorlessto thewatersoftheStJohnsRiver;thence southeasterlyalongsaidwaters,231feet, moreorless,tothesoutheasterlylineof saidlot11;thenceonlastsaidlinesouth 30degrees25minutes00secondswest, 503feet,moreorless,tothepointofbeginning. Subjecttoaneasementcoveringthe northwesterly10feetoftheabovedescribedproperty,asreservedtotheCityof GreenCoveSprings,accordingtothedeed recordedinofficialrecordsbook287,page 699, of said public records. HearingswillbeheldintheCityCouncil Chambers,321WalnutStreet,GreenCove S p rin g s, Florida, as follows: pg CityCouncil:Tuesday,September6, 2011 at 7:00 p.m. or shortly thereafter GovernorsPointeYachtClubPhaseII isa1.34acre+/-parcelofpropertylocated attheintersectionofGovernorStreetand St.JohnsAvenue,eastoftheintersection ofOrangeAvenueandGovernorStreet.At theOrangeAvenueandGovernorStreet intersection;turnrightonGovernorStreet andproceedtotheintersectionofGovernorStreetandSt.JohnsAvenuetotheentrancetoGovernorsPointe,thepropertyis adjacenttotheentrance.Thepropertyis beingdevelopedinto5lotsforconstruction ofsinglefamilydwellingsandislocated withinthecorporatelimitsofGreenCove Springs.Copiesoftheplatareavailablefor inspectionatCityHall,321WalnutStreet, GreenCoveSprings,Florida,duringnormalworkinghoursof7:00AMtill5:30PM, MondaythroughThursday(officeisclosed on Friday). Thepublicisinvitedtoattendthesepublichearingstooffercommentsforor againstthesubdivisionplat.Writtencomments may also be submitted. Pleasebeadvisedthatifapersondecidestoappealanydecisionmadebythe CityCouncilwithrespecttoanymatterconsideredatthisscheduledpublicmeeting, theywillneedtoensurethataverbatim transcriptoftheproceedingsismade, whichrecordincludestestimonyandevidence upon which the appeal is based. InaccordancewiththeAmericanswith DisabilitiesAct,anypersonneedingspecial accommodationsshouldcontactCityHall at(904)529-2200atleastthreedaysprior tothehearing.Hearingimpairedpersons mayaccessthrough(904)529-2225 (TDD). By:Lee Bentley, Planning and Zoning Director Danielle J. Judd, City Manager City of Green Cove Springs 321 Walnut Street Green Cove Springs, Florida 32043 Legal22821publishedAugust25,2011 inClayCountysClayTodaynewspaper ( REQUEST FOR BID NOTICEISHEREBYGIVENthatsealed proposalswillbereceiveduntil 4:00P.M., Monday,September19,2011 ,attheCla y CountyAdminBldg,PurchasingDept,4th floor,477HoustonSt,GreenCoveSprings, FL 32043, for the following: BIDNO: 10/11-29EquipmentRental Pricing Agreement Bidswillbeopenedat1:00P.M.,oras soonthereafteraspossible,onTuesday, September20,2011intheClayCount y AdminBldg,ConferenceRoom"B",fourth floor,477HoustonSt,GreenCoveSprings, Florida.Bidswillnotbevalidunlessreceived by the proposal deadline. 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 ntygov.com/Departments/Purchasing/decisi on_bids.htm THISWEBPAGECANALSOBEACCESSEDFROMTHE HOMEPAGEOFTHECOUNTYSWEBSITEAT : www.claycountygov.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. Legal22822publishedAug.25,2011in ClayCountysClayTodaynewspaper ( 3872187 ) W REQUEST FOR BIDS NOTICEISHEREBYGIVENthatthe BoardofCountyCommissioners,Cla y County,Florida,willbeacceptingsealed bids,whichwillbereceiveduntil4:00P.M., Thursday,October13,2011,attheCla y CountyAdminBldg,PurchasingDept,477 HoustonStreet,GreenCoveSprings,Florida 32043, for the following: BIDNo.10/11-13HENLEYROAD WIDENING AMandatoryPre-Bidmeetingisscheduledfor10:00AM,Tuesday,September 20,2011.ThemeetinglocationisCla y CountyAdministrationBuilding,County CommissionChambers,fourthfloor,477 HoustonStreet,GreenCoveSprings,Florida. ConstructionbiddingandplandocumentsshallbeobtainedfromMs.Marianne Keator,ReynoldsSmithandHills,Inc., 10748DeerwoodParkBlvdSouth,Jacksonville,FL32256,904-265-2290.The non-refundableamountofapproximately$ 150.00willberequiredforeachsetof plans/specificationsforthisproject.Inordertoassurethatbiddersreceivealladdendaand/orclarificationstothebiddocuments,itismandatorythatallbiddersobtainonesetofthecompletebiddocuments fromReynoldsSmithandHills,Inc.tobe eligible to bid on this project. Bidswillbeopenedat1:00P.M.,oras soonthereafteraspossible,onFriday,October14,2011,intheClayCountyAdmin Bldg,ConferenceRoom"B",fourthfloor, 477HoustonStreet,GreenCoveSprings, Florida.Bidswillnotbevalidunlessreceived by the proposal deadline. PrimeContractorssubmittingbidsfor thisprojectshallbeFDOTPrequalifiedin the following work classes: Grading,Drainage,FlexiblePaving,Minor Bridges* *IfPrimeContractorsubcontractsStructuralWorkthensubcontractormusthave FDOT Minor Bridge Prequalification. Forinformationconcerningprocedures forrespondingtothisBid,contactKaren Thomas,Manager,ClayCountyPurchasingDepartment,477HoustonStreet, GreenCoveSprings,FL32043,(904)2783735,orbyemail:Karen.Thomas@co.clay. fl.us. Proposalsrequireafive(5%)percent bidbondandma y notbewithdrawnafter

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CLAYTODAYONLINE.COM BUSINESS COMMUNITY MILITARY OBITUARIES POLICE SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS FUN & HUMOR LEGALS SPORTS A ugust 25, 2011 CLAY TODAY 55 55 y thescheduledopeningtimeforaperiodof thirty (30) days. TheCountyreservestherighttowaive formalitiesinanybid,torejectanyorall bidswithorwithoutcause,includingthe lackofavailabilityofadequatefundsand/or toacceptthebidthat,initsjudgment,will beinthebestinterestoftheCountyof Clay. FOLLOWINGTHEBIDOPENINGAND TABULATION,A"NOTICEOFINTENTTO AWARDBID"ORA"NOTICEOFREJECTIONOFALLBIDS"WILLBEPOSTED ONTHEINTERNETAT:www.claycounty g ov.com/Departments/Purchasing/decision_ bids.htm.THISWEBPAGECANALSO BEACCESSEDFROMTHEHOMEPAGE OFTHECOUNTYSWEBSITEAT:www.cl aycountygov.comBYFOLLOWINGTHE "NOTICEOFINTENTBIDS"LINKUNDER THE"BUSINESS"ROLLOVERBUTTON ONTHECOUNTYSHOMEPAGE.NO OTHER NOTICE WILL BE POSTED. PROSPECTIVEBIDDERSARENOTIFIEDTHATTHEFAILURETOINCLUDE WITHINTHESEALEDBIDENVELOPE,A PROPERBIDBONDOROTHERSECURITYAPPROVEDUNDERTHECOUNTY S 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,SUCHPROSPECTIVEBIDDERISSOLELYRESPONSIBLEFORMAKINGAPPROPRIATEINQUIRY. Apersonoraffiliatewhohasbeen placedontheconvictedvendorlistfollowingaconvictionforapublicentitycrime maynotsubmitabidonacontracttoprovideanygoodsorservicestoapublicentity,maynotsubmitabidonacontractwith apublicentityfortheconstructionorrepair ofapublicbuildingorpublicwork,maynot submitbidsonleasesofrealpropertytoa p ublicentit y ,ma y notbeawardedor p erpyy p formworkasacontractor,supplier,subcontractor,orconsultantunderacontract withanypublicentity,andmaynottransact businesswithanypublicentityinexcessof thethresholdamountprovidedinSection 287.017,FloridaStatutes,forCATEGOR Y TWOforaperiodof36monthsfromthe dateofbeingplacedontheconvictedvendor list. Legal22823publishedAug25andSept 1,2011inClayCountysClayToday news p a p er ( 3872216 ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CLAY COUNTY, FLORID A CASE NO: 2011-CA-1062 DIVISION: CV B STATE ATTORNEY NO: 11-CA-060676 INRE:FORFEITUREOFTHEFOLLOWING DESCRIBED PROPERTY: $711.00 U.S. Currency Rick Beseler, as Sheriff of Clay County vs. Michael Raymond Williams NOTICE OF FORFEITURE COMPLAINT TO:ALLPERSONSCLAIMINGASECURITYOROTHERINTERESTINTHE ABOVE-DESCRIBED PROPERTY Theabove-describedpropertywas seized p ursuanttothe p rovisionsofthe p p FloridaContrabandForfeitureAct,Florida Statutes932.701-707,bytheClayCounty SheriffsOfficeon 7-14-11, atorinthevicinityof 7561GrandMesaCircle,KeystoneHeights, ClayCounty,Florida.The ClayCountySheriffsOfficeiscurrentlyin possessionofsaidpropertyandhasfileda Complaintforthepurposeofforfeitureof saidpropertyintheCircuitCourtofthe FourthJudicialCircuitofFlorida.Inorderto protectyourrightsyoumustfileanAnswe r totheComplaintwiththeClerkoftheCircuitCourt,ClayCountyCourthouse,Green CoveSprings,Floridawithintwenty(20) daysofthispublication.Youmustalso serveacopyofyourAnsweronComplainantsCounsel,StephenGrisset,Assistant StateAttorney,StateAttorneysOffice, EighthFloor,220EastBayStreet,Jacksonville,Florida32202.Failuretodoso mayresultintheentryofadefaultagainst youandaFinalOrderofForfeitureofthe above-described property. Sgt. Shawn Gordon, 06106 Clay County Sheriffs Offic e LegalNo.22824publishedAug25and Sept1,2011inClayCountysClayToda y news p a p er. ( 3872364 ) 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 THINKING OF ADVER TISING IN THE CLA Y TOD A Y? For more information call 264-3200 to speak with a Sales Rep. today!

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