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Title: Suwannee Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J.E. Pound
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Publication Date: 07-27-2011
Frequency: semiweekly[<1990-1994>]
weekly[ former <1897-1928>]
semiweekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 12, 1897.
General Note: Editor: F.R. McCormack, <1910>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 12 (Nov. 20, 1897).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00028422:00847
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Preceded by: Banner (Live Oak, Fla.)
Preceded by: Suwannee leader
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Howze, 38, of O’Brien, will face a jury during the week of Oct. 24 while Lonnie Robert Munn, 47, Live Oak, will be tried the week of Nov. 21, Jacobsen said. The two were arrested on first degree murder charges for the shooting By Stephenie Livingstonstephenie.livingston@gaflnews.comA pair of Live Oak men were arrested in Suwannee County over the weekend after removing several hundred dollars worth of copper wire from a 144th Street home, Suwannee County sheriff’s reports indicate.Wednesday Edition — July 27, 201150 CENTSSuwannee Democrat www.suwanneedemocrat.com SEE WET, PAGE 12A SEE WET OR DRY?, PAGE 12A126th YEAR, NO. 81 | 3 SECTIONS, 32 PAGES Serving Suwannee County since 1884, including Live Oak, Wellborn, Dowling Park, Branford, McAlpin and O’Brien Visit us on the web at www.weshaneychevrolet.comWES HANEYJust East Of Downtown Live Oak, FL362-2976 Family Owned & Operated Since 1967 684476jbV $6,500!! SAVE UP TO EMERGENCY JURY DUTY LEFT LOCAL STUNNED Page 11A Copper wire stripped from home Robert DavenportDavid SmithTwo arrested following canine searchRobert Davenport, standing, and David Smith are arrested following a two-day burglary of a Suwannee County home in which the two men reportedly stripped the home of hundreds of dollars worth of copper wire. Courtesy photo SEE COPPER, PAGE 12ABy Stephenie Livingstonstephenie.livingston @gaflnews.comTrials for the two men indicted on first degree murder charges for the execution style shooting deaths of three members of a McAlpin family, have been set for late October and November, according to Third Circuit Assistant State Attorney Craig Jacobsen. James LindseyMcAlpin murder trials set for twoHowze and Munn will face jury in October/November VOTE NOW Absentee voting ongoing for liquor movementSEE STORY, PAGE 2A Suwannee Democrat reporter Jeffry Boatright took to the streets Friday and asked several local citizens how they feel about the upcoming election that will determine whether Suwannee County will go wet or remain dry. This is what a few had to say. “I am for it. Anything that will bring in revenue.” Vickie Leblanc “I’ve always voted dry. This time I am voting wet because people are going to drink anyway.” Donald Schmidt “I hope it stays dry and I plan to vote.” Reba Alford “I am for legalizing it because it is unfair that the community is losing money. I haven’t voted yet.” Tony Boyette “I don’t drink but I’m in favor of Suwannee County going wet.” Vince Minelli “I am not familiar with the issue. I would vote if I was more familiar with the issue so I will research it.” Isaac Tejada “I am not voting and am not paying attention to the issue.” Betty Jackson “I am against it going wet and will vote to stay dry.” Delia Allen “It doesn’t really matter. It isn’t going to make or break the county.” Lowell Reddish “We need wet.” Lee Scrivens “I’ve voted wet already.” Jean Brown “I plan to vote for it to be wet.” Matthew Martin “I’m for it. It would keep revenue money in the county.” Jay AndersonWet or dry? Your thoughts SEE MCALPIN, PAGE 12AStaff A group in opposition of the county going wet has stated about half of the 500 or so political signs they purchased to place around town have either been destroyed or gone missing. Now, the chairman of Suwannee Dry said protestors stood on church property during a Sunday morning worship service holding signs, some of which simply stated HELL, some have said. The chairman said that if this behavior of “drunkenness” is the typeWet opposition alleges sign thefts, picketingof behavior we’re seeing now “what kind of behavior are we going to have going wet,” Suwannee Dry chairman and pastor of Bible Baptist Church Brad Bailey asked. About six people protested outside Bible Baptist Church, Sunday morning Bailey said. He said his church on East Duval Street has a security detail that patrols the parking lot and outside perimeter during each service. He said a pickup truck pulled Grill, check. Gloves, check. Apron, check. Let’s barbeque says Emma Wells of Jacksonville. Her parents, David and Leslie Wells, competed as Team Two Egg Heads at the Smokin’ on the Suwannee BBQ contest held July 23 at The Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park in Live Oak. See more photos in a future edition, or visit our website and search “smokin’ on the suwannee”. Photo: Jeffry Boatright What’ll it be, folks? James Lindsey Howze,Lonnie Robert Munn See Destination Suwannee Visitor’s Guide in today’s Suwannee Democrat. Low 71FFOR MORE LOCAL WEATHER, VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT WWW.SUWANNEEDEMOCRAT.COM Today’ WeatherHigh 95FCHANCE FOR T-STORMS

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LOTTERYRESULTS WEDNESDAY, JULY 27, 2011 SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT /LIVE OAK PAGE 2A ON THE SIDEFLIPArrest Record CASH 3 7/25/11. 7,9,6 7/25/11. 8,2,1 PLAY 4 7/25/11 .8,7,7,8 7/25/11 .4,3,8,7 FANTASY 5 7/25/11. . . . . . 4,10,11,15,20 MEGA MONEY 9,15,21,36, MB 19 LOTTO . . . 3,8,24,38,39,40, x3 POWERBALL . . . 1,7,27,38,48 PB 30, x3 Florida Advertising Manager, Monja Slater ext. 105Sr. Advertising Representative, Bill Regan ext. 160Advertising Representative, Nancy Goodwin ext. 141Advertising Representative, Rhonda Cheney ext. 109Telesales Ad Representative, Jennifer Hutchins ext. 103Classified/Legal, Janice Ganote ext. 102The Suwannee Democrat, published Wednesday and Friday. Periodicals postage paid at Live Oak, FL 32064. Business located at 211 Howard Street East, Live Oak, FL. Publication number 530180. “POSTMASTER: Send address changes to Suwannee Democrat, PO Box 370, Live Oak, FL 32064.” Annual subscription rate is $33 in county, $48 out of county and $48 out of state. Subscribe online at www.suwanneedemocrat.com.OFFICE HOURSOpen Monday Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.Letters, comments and opinions on the Viewpoint & Opinions page are not necessarily those of the management/ownership of the Suwannee Democrat.LETTERS TO THE EDITORLetters may be mailed, faxed or e-mailed to our office. All letters are read. Not all letters are published. Letters may be edited to fit available space. The editor should not alter the writer’s point of view. Well written letters require less editing. Keep it to the point, an ideal range is 150 to 200 words. Please include your name, address and day and evening phone numbers for verification. Letters MUST be signed. Letters to the editor can be limited to one letter per quarter per individual.RANT & RAVE HOTLINEHere's your chance to tell everyone what you think! Callers may dial 208-8314 and leave a message to express their thoughts, good or bad, 24/7 about issues and politics, but not about private individuals or businesses.If you prefer, you may e-mail your comments to jeff.waters@gaflnews.com. Your name is not required, but you must adhere to no more than 200 words. Suwannee Democrat HOW TO REACH USSwitchboard 386-362-1734 Fax 386-364-5578 Email nf.editorial@gaflnews.com Mail P.O. Box 370 Live Oak, FL 32064 Office 211 Howard Street EastPublisher, Myra Regan ext. 122 CONTACT US WITH YOUR COMMENTSIf you have any questions or concerns, call us at 386-362-1734 or visit our Web site at www.suwanneedemocrat.com NEWSROOMEditor, Jeff Waters ext. 131Reporter, Stephenie Livingston ext. 130Sports Reporter, Corey Davis ext. 133Reporter, Joyce Marie Taylor ext. 134Reporter, Jeffry Boatright ext. 132ADVERTISINGServing Suwannee County Since 1884 CIRCULATIONCirculation Manager, Angie Sparks ext. 152Circulation Service Hours, M-F 8 a.m. 5 p.m. Subscription Rates, In-county, $33 Out-of-county, $48 SuwanneeCounty Part of “The Original Florida” Florida SUWANNEE COUNTY DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY 2011-2012 PROPOSED BUDGETNotice is hereby given that the following revenues and expenditures will be acted upon at a public hearing held during a regular meeting of the Suwannee County Development Authority on Tuesday, August 2, 2011 at 5:30 p.m. in the suwannee County Chamber Office located at 812 North Ohio Avenue, Live Oak, Florida. REVENUESBalance Carried Forward$317,833.00 Anticipated Lot Sales$100,000.00 Interest on Authority Financed Lot Sales $40,000.00 Pari-Mutual Distribution $10,000.00 Lease Income (Billboards) $505.00TOTAL REVENUES$468,338.00EXPENSESGeneral Governmental Services$468,338.00TOTAL EXPENSES$468,338.00684436amv 320 White Avenue, Live Oak, FL 32064 The Decker Law Firm Attorneys at Law Rose M. Decker, Jr Andrew J. Decker, IIIAnthony W. Chauncey Andrew J. Decker, IV € Criminal Defense€ Foreclosures € Bankruptcy € Family Law€ Business Formation € Real Property € Wills, Estates, Guardianships, & Commercial Litigation and Probate681817gav€Personal Injury A U T O M O TIVE 1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee 3,400Call 362-4012 68 4 365am v Editor’s note: The Suwannee Democrat prints the entire arrest record each week. If your name appears here and you are later found not guilty or the charges are dropped, we will be happy to make note of this in the newspaper when judicial proof is presented to us by you or the authorities. The following abbreviations are used below: SCSO-Suwannee County Sheriff’s Office LOPD-Live Oak Police Department FDLE-Florida Department of Law Enforcement FHP-Florida Highway Patrol FWC-Florida Wildlife Commission DOT-Department of Transportation OALE-Office of Agricultural Law Enforcement P & P-Probation and Parole USMS-US Marshals Service ATF-Department of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms DOC-Department of Corrections July 21, Valarie Tennill Cantella, 34, 1307 Mel Margo Dr, Live Oak, Fl, fta o/c unlawful poss of alcoholic bev on district land and littering on srwmd land, SCSO-K. Osborn July 21, Curtis Lavon Duggan, 53, 9922 132nd St, Live Oak, Fl, tampering w/a witness victim or informant, 1st app pd appt per wfw, SCSODTF-M. Ramirez July 21, Cody Lane Lane, 19, 7891 CR 136, Live Oak, Fl, vop o/c burg of structure, SCSO-J. Stout July 21, Hi Cuellar Jr, 22, 2959 208th St, Lake City, Fl, agg. assault, SCSOZ.D. Clark July 22, Tyrece S. Fleming, 33, 135 SE Byrd Ave, Madison, Fl, madison co wrt fta batter, ror per judge blair, LOPD-F. Gorski July 22, James Louis Cherry, 58, 316 Richardson Blvd, Live Oak, Fl, vop aggravated assault with deadly weapon, vop agg assault w/deadly weapon, 1st app pd appt per wfw, SCSO-K. Osborn July 22, Phillip Lanier Lanier, 31, Columbia Co. Jail, Lake City, Fl, return for court, SCSO-A. Loston July 23, Monteo Lucas, 36, 610 Orchard St, Live Oak, Fl, no dl, LOPD-B. Harrison July 23, Kelvin C. Smith, 24, 10359 Kendrick St, White Springs, Fl, clay co wrt fta dwls, SCSO-D. Falgout July 23, Rebecca Lynn Quinn, 50, 9808 191st Rd Live Oak, Fl, improp exhib. of dangerou weapon, 1st app pd appt per wfw, SCSO-H. Harris July 23, Floyd Martin Quinn Jr., 50, 9808 191st Rd, Live Oak, Fl, poss firearm by conv. fel, poss ammo by conv. felon, carrying concealed weapon, 1st app pd appt per wfw, SCSO-H. Harris July 23, Lori WhitmanGrosso, 51, 15655 93rd Drive, Live Oak, Fl, battery (dom viol), 1st app pd appt per wfw, SCSO-C. McIntyre July 23, Earl E. Poole, 50, 9107 86th St, Live Oak, Fl, battery (dom viol), 1st app pd appt per wfw, SCSO-K. Descarreaux July 24, David Alan Smith, 46, 12807 155th Place, Live Oak, Fl, burg of a structure x 2 grand theft x 2, SCSO-H. Harris July 24, Robert Larry Davenport, 31, 12807 155th Place, Live Oak, Fl, burg of a structure x 2, grand theft x 2, SCSO-H. Harris July 24, Howard Hilton Christie, 50, 408 Shelby Ave, Live Oak, Fl, agg battery (dom viol), LOPD-C. Kinsey July 24, Pedro Velez, 38, 1325 W Donegan Ave Apt D, Kissimmee, Fl, driving w/cancelled dl, AOLEK.Dewey Staff Those who vote by absentee or wish to do so have until Aug. 15 on the issue of whether Suwannee County should remain dry or become wet. The actual election day is Aug. 16. Absentee voting began Thursday, July 7 and will end Monday, Aug. 15. To request an absentee ballot, you can simply call the Suwannee County Supervisor of Elections Office at 386-362-2616, or you can email that office at gwilliams@suwanneevotes.com. You can also request a ballot by mail by writing to 220 Pine Avenue, SW Live Oak, Fl 32060. Those who wish to vote on a Saturday can do so through early voting which is Monday, Aug. 8 Saturday, Aug. 13, either at the elections office, or at Branford Public Library at 703 Northwest Suwannee Ave., Branford. The number is 386-935-1556. Remember, the election is Tuesday, Aug. 16 from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. To find your polling place, visit the elections office website at www.suwanneevotes.com, click on elections and then precinct finder. The deadline to register to vote in this special election was July 18.Absentee voting underway for liquor movementJuly 24, Jorge Leyva Burguera, 47, 7600 NW 27 Ave Lot 165, Miami, Fl, dui, refused to sub/breath test, 1st app--pd app per wfw, OALE-M. Aretino July 24, Aniceto Angeles-Ardilla, 33, Rt 1, Box 3468, Live Oak, Fl, no dl 2nd off., SCSO-H. Harris July 24, John Roger Bonnell, 32, 5733 Pinecrest Rd Live Oak, Fl, vop o/c deal stolen prop., 1st app pd appt per wfw, LOPD-R. Fipps July 25, Karen Ann Perez, 49, 20841 121st Drive, O'Brien, Fl, dui, FHP L. McGauley July 25, Phillip Mark Sanders, 53, 6417 163rd Drive, Live Oak, Fl, vop o/c burg of a dwell, P&P-V. White July 25, Patricia Elizabe Russell, 34, 2075 141st Pass, Live Oak, Fl, hamilton co-vop o/c grand theft iii and poss of controlled substance, SCSO-V. White

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WEDNESDAY, JULY 27, 2011 SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT /LIVE OAK PAGE 3A 415 S.W. Pinewood Dr., Live Oak, FL 32064 (386) 647-4200FINANCIAL AID IS AVAILABLE AND ACCEPTED. APPROVED FOR VA TRAINING BENEFITS. ACCREDITED BY THE COUNCIL ON OCCUPATIONAL EDUCATION, INC.Adult General Education Programs € Adult Basic Education (ABE) € Adult High School € GED Preparation Business Education Programs € Administrative Assistant € Medical Secretary Family & Consumer Science Programs € Early Childhood EducationHealth Science Programs € Patient Care Technician € Phlebotomy € Practical Nursing € Surgical Technology Industrial Programs € Automotive Collision Repair and Refinishing € Automotive Service Technology € Brick and Block Masonry € Building Construction Technology € Cosmetology € Culinary Arts683998-FSuwannee Hamilton Technical Center has many options for you to choose from! Classes start Aug. 22 415 S.W. Pinewood Dr., Live Oak, FL 32064 FINANCIAL AID IS AVAILABLE AND ACCEPTED. APPROVED FOR VA TRAINING BENEFITS. ACCREDITED BY THE COUNCIL ON OCCUPATIONAL EDUCATION, INC. Now offering Business Programs Call (386) 647-4200 to schedule TABE test Classes start August 22 nd 684001jbV National Certified 684240amv The Suwannee County Republican Executive Committee would like to invite all county residents to our August 4 meeting. Due to a scheduling conflict this SCREC Meeting will be held in the Live Oak City Hall Annex. The Annex is adjacent to City Hall in the old Daniel's Funeral Home. The meeting will still begin at 7 p.m. Our guest speaker will be Colonel Mike McCallister (Ret). Colonel McCallister is seeking the U.S. Senate Seat currently held by Bill Nelson. For more information on Colonel McCallister, please visit his website at http://www.mikemccalisterforsenate.com/. For more information about Suwannee County Republican Executive Committee please visit our website: www.suwanneegop.com.Suwannee County Republican Executive Committee meeting Thursday, Aug. 4 Republican committee meeting highlight Suwannee County commissioner Phil Oxendine was the guest speaker at the July Suwannee County Republican Executive Committee meeting updating the audience on the current board's activities. The Aug. 4 guest speaker will be Colonel Mike McCallister (ret), a candidate for the U. S. Senate. For more information go to: www.suwanneegop.com Commissioner Phil Oxendine. Courtesy photos Prins 50.50 = Live Oak councilman Adam Prins donates his 50/50winnings back to the Party. We have collected 85 pairs of shoes as of July 25. August 15 is the finale for this drive. Love INC is challenging churches, agencies, civic groups and the general public to collect 500 pairs of new tennis shoes for the homeless children in Suwannee County. The challenge began July 15 and ends August 15. The tennis shoes can be any size for children; kindergarten through 12th grade, for either boys or girls. Donations can be dropped off at the Love INC office, Chamber of Commerce, Suwannee Valley Electric all in Live Oak and Big Lots, Red Lobster and Ronsonet Buick GMC in Lake City. The 500 Club finale willCRAM THE CRUISER NEWS FLASH!be the “Cram the Cruiser”, donated by Sunbelt Chrysler, event which will be held on August 15 at First Federal Bank on South Ohio Avenue in Live Oak. Bring your new tennis shoes and be a part of this community outreach. Thank you for your participation. HELPING FAMILIES IN OUR COMMUNTIY THROUGH THE LOVE OF CHRIST www.loveinc-ofsuwanneecounty.org Dollar General held a grand opening in Live Oak Saturday for a new store at 1576 South Ohio Ave., across Burger King. The store moved from its former location near Publix. Photo: Joyce Marie TaylorDG grand opening

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: / 1 9 A 6 3 / @ = 4 ( ; 7 B 6 b 4 7 3 : 2 + n 5 @ / < 2 1 6 7 : b 2 @ 3 < 5 @ 3 / B 5 @ / < 2 1 6 7 : 2 @ 3 < / < 2 < C ; 3 @ = C A < 7 3 1 3 A < 3 > 6 3 E A = B 6 3 @ @ 3 : / B 7 D 3 A / < 2 / 6 = A B = 4 4 @ 7 3 < 2 A t C < 3 @ / : A 3 @ D 7 1 3 A 4 = @ # @ t : / 1 9 A 6 3 / @ E 3 @ 3 1 = < 2 C 1 B 3 2 / B n / t ; t ( / B C @ 2 / G C : G f r f n / B B 6 3 # / G = # 3 B 6 = 2 7 A B 6 C @ 1 6 E 7 B 6 3 D t ( B / < & = A 3 G / < 2 3 D t 7 ; / ; 0 : 3 = 4 4 7 1 7 / B 7 < 5 t < b B 3 @ ; 3 < B 4 = : : = E 3 2 7 < 3 B 6 3 : 3 ; 3 B 3 @ G t ) 6 3 4 / ; 7 : G @ 3 b 1 3 7 D 3 2 4 @ 7 3 < 2 A 4 @ = ; b > t ; t @ 7 2 / G 3 D 3 < 7 < 5 / B = 3 & t C @ < A C < 3 @ / : = ; 3 7 < # / G = t < : 7 3 C = 4 4 : = E 3 @ A 2 = < / B 7 = < A ; / G 0 3 ; / 2 3 B = B 6 3 $ 3 E / @ ; = < G # 3 B 6 = 2 7 A B 6 C @ 1 6 C 7 : 2 7 < 5 C < 2 = @ ) 6 3 ; 3 @ 7 1 / < / < 1 3 @ ( = 1 7 3 B G t = C ; / G A 7 5 < B 6 3 5 C 3 A B b 0 = = 9 / B E E E t 8 = 3 > 0 C @ < A 4 C b < 3 @ / : 6 = ; 3 A t 1 = ; t % 6 1 % 3 3 & 1 2 / .@ t 2 E / @ 2 t & / B B 3 @ A = < / @ 3 A 7 2 3 < B = 4 # 1 : > 7 < > / A A 3 2 / E / G C : G f f f n 7 < ( C E / < < 3 3 3 / : B 6 / @ 3 3 < B 3 @ 7 D 3 % / 9 : = @ 7 2 / t # @ t & / B B 3 @ A = < E / A / ; 3 ; 0 3 @ = 4 $ 3 E 3 B 6 : 3 6 3 ; t # t t 6 C @ 1 6 3 D t : B = < t 3 < b B 3 @ & / A B = @ t # @ t & / B B 3 @ A = < 7 A A C @ D 7 D 3 2 0 G 6 7 A E 7 4 3 # @ A t % A A 7 3 # / 3 & / B B 3 @ A = < 1 6 7 : 2 @ 3 < @ 3 2 t & / B B 3 @ A = < / 1 9 7 3 t = A 3 > 6 ( / < 2 @ / t C 2 = 9 / < 5 # 7 1 6 / 3 : t & / B B 3 @ A = < D / # t # = = @ 3 / G < 3 t & / B b B 3 @ A = < G < 3 B B 3 7 D 3 @ A / < 2 3 / < / ( : / B 3 < 0 @ = B 6 3 @ A / ; 3 A & / B B 3 @ A = < / @ @ G & / B B 3 @ A = < / < 2 = C A B = < & / B B 3 @ A = < A 7 A B 3 @ / @ < 3 A b B 7 < 3 7 : : 7 / ; A C 1 7 : : 3 / < b 2 = : > 6 @ / 1 3 3 7 2 / < 2 D / & = : 7 B 3 0 @ = B 6 3 @ b 7 < b : / E A / : B 3 @ 7 3 : 2 A / < 2 ) 6 = ; / A 7 3 : 2 A A 7 A B 3 @ b 7 < b : / E A # / @ G & / B B 3 @ A = < / < 2 + 7 @ 5 7 < 7 / & / B b B 3 @ A = < 2 / C 5 6 B 3 @ b 7 < b : / E = < < / & / B B 3 @ A = < # 7 1 6 / 3 : B 6 7 @ B G b B E = 5 @ / < 2 A / < 2 B 6 @ 3 3 5 @ 3 / B 5 @ / < 2 A t C < 3 @ / : A 3 @ D 7 1 3 A 4 = @ # @ t 2 E / @ 2 t & / B B 3 @ A = < E 7 : : 0 3 ( / B C @ 2 / G C : G r n f n / B / t ; t 7 < B 6 3 0 3 < 3 H 3 @ t # t t 6 C @ 1 6 3 D t 6 / @ : 3 A @ / 6 / ; & / A B = @ 3 D t 6 / @ : 3 A C @ 9 3 = 4 4 7 1 7 b / B 7 < 5 t + 7 3 E 7 < 5 / < 2 D 7 A 7 B / b B 7 = < = @ 4 / ; 7 : G / < 2 4 @ 7 3 < 2 A E 7 : : 0 3 @ 7 2 / G C : G f f n / B B 6 3 t # t 2 3 : : C b < 3 @ / : = ; 3 6 / > 3 : 7 D 3 % / 9 : 4 @ = ; b > t ; t t # t 2 3 : : C < 3 @ / : = ; 3 7 A 7 < 1 6 / @ 5 3 = 4 / : : / @ b @ / < 5 ; 3 < B A t / : : t # t 2 3 : : / < 2 ( = < A / B r r f b = @ 1 3 : : r f n b n f f r t & / 1 / # 7 % & 1 1 3 & # 4 1 ( 4 7 t 3 < = @ / = 0 G < ( / < b 2 7 4 3 @ 7 @ B 3 ; 0 C @ 5 n = 4 7 D 3 % / 9 : / t > / A A 3 2 / E / G ( C < 2 / G / 4 B 3 @ / : = < 5 7 : : < 3 A A t ( 6 3 E / A 0 = @ < 7 < ) / ; > / : / t / < 2 5 @ / 2 C / B 3 2 4 @ = ; @ / < 2 = < 7 5 6 ( 1 6 = = : E 6 3 @ 3 A 6 3 E / A 7 < B 6 3 ; / @ 1 6 7 < 5 0 / < 2 / A / > 3 @ 1 C A A 7 = < 7 A B / < 2 ; / @ 7 ; 0 / > : / G 3 @ t ( 6 3 E / A @ / 7 A 3 2 7 < @ / < 2 = < : / t / < 2 E / A / 1 b B 7 D 3 7 < B 6 3 @ / < 2 = < 6 C @ 1 6 = 4 B 6 3 $ / H 3 @ < 3 t 4 B 3 @ 5 @ / 2 b C / B 7 = < A 6 3 3 < : 7 A B 3 2 7 < B = ) 6 3 : = @ 7 2 / $ / B 7 = < / : C / @ 2 B / 9 7 < 5 6 3 @ 0 / A 7 1 0 = = B 1 / ; > B @ / 7 < 7 < 5 / B B t / 1 9 A = < ( t t t 4 B 3 @ 1 = ; > : 3 B 7 < 5 / b A 7 1 ) @ / 7 < 7 < 5 A 6 3 E / A A B / b B 7 = < 3 2 / B B t 3 = < / @ 2 E = = 2 # 7 A A = C @ 7 t = @ ; / < G G 3 / @ A A 6 3 E = @ 9 3 2 / A / A 3 @ D 7 1 3 A E 7 B 1 6 0 = / @ 2 = > 3 @ / B = @ 7 < B 6 3 3 A B 3 < B @ / : : = @ 7 2 / / @ 3 / t ( 6 3 6 / 2 / 1 @ / 4 B A 6 = > / B ) 6 3 ( > 7 @ 7 B = 4 B 6 3 ( C E / < < 3 3 # C b A 7 1 & / @ 9 E 6 3 @ 3 A 6 3 A = : 2 / D / @ 7 3 B G = 4 B G > 3 A = 4 3 5 5 A E 6 7 1 6 A 6 3 3 < 8 = G 3 2 2 3 1 = @ / B b 7 < 5 3 7 B 6 3 @ 0 G 6 / < 2 > / 7 < B 7 < 5 = @ E 7 B 6 B 7 < G 1 = : = @ 3 2 5 : / A A 0 3 / 2 A / : A = 6 / < 2 1 @ = 1 6 3 B 3 2 2 = 7 : 7 3 A t ( 6 3 E / A / : A = 3 ; b > : = G 3 2 / B B 6 3 ( % ( 3 < 3 @ / : ( B = @ 3 t ( C @ D 7 D = @ A / @ 3 6 C A b 0 / < 2 C @ B 7 @ B 3 ; 0 C @ 5 = 4 7 D 3 % / 9 : / t A = < # 7 1 6 / 3 : # G 3 @ A ; ; = 9 / : 3 3 : / t ; = B 6 3 @ & / B @ 7 1 7 / ( / < 2 7 4 3 @ B 6 @ 3 3 A 7 A b B 3 @ A = < A B / < 1 3 ( B 3 D 3 / : : 7 A = C 5 6 : / A D 7 : : 3 / t < < 3 B B 3 / D 7 2 ) C 1 9 3 @ & 7 < 3 D 7 : : 3 $ t t / < 2 # / @ 7 = < C 1 9 < 3 @ 7 D 3 % / 9 : / t 4 = C @ < 3 7 1 3 A # / < 2 7 3 / : : 7 A A 6 B = < ) C 1 9 3 @ ( / @ 6 / / : b : 7 A / < 2 7 ; 3 3 C 1 9 < 3 @ B E = < 3 > 6 3 E A 3 D 7 < C : 7 3 / : : 7 A / < 2 ( / : 7 ; ) C 1 9 3 @ t ( 6 3 E / A > @ 3 1 3 2 3 2 7 < 2 3 / B 6 0 G 6 3 @ 4 / B 6 3 @ = 6 < # t ( / < b 2 7 4 3 @ @ t / < 2 = < 3 < 3 > 6 3 E ( 6 / < 3 C 1 9 < 3 @ t ( 3 @ D 7 1 3 A E 7 : : 0 3 6 3 : 2 / B f > t ; t ) 6 C @ A 2 / G C : G f f n / B B 6 3 7 D 3 % / 9 6 C @ 1 6 = 4 $ / H 3 @ 3 < 3 E 7 B 6 @ t ( B 3 > 6 3 < / : : 7 A = 4 4 7 1 7 / B 7 < 5 t < B 3 @ b ; 3 < B E 7 : : 4 = : : = E 7 < B 6 3 7 D 3 % / 9 3 ; 3 B 3 @ G t / < 7 3 : A C < 3 @ / : = ; 3 A @ 3 ; / B = @ G < 1 t = 4 7 D 3 % / 9 / < 2 @ / < 4 = @ 2 : / t 7 < 1 6 / @ 5 3 = 4 / @ @ / < 5 3 ; 3 < B A t r t f b n r r tr The Boys & Girls Club of North Central Florida is now accepting applications for the 21st CCLC Summer Program. We offer fun, educational enrichment activities for all children between the ages of 6 and 18 through our 21st CCLC program. Please contact the Unit Director to reserve your childs spot: Suwannee County Unit 617 Ontario Avenue (Douglas Center Live Oak, FL 386-330-4628 ALL PROGRAMS ARE PROVIDED FREE OF CHARGE!!! RESERVE YOUR CHILDS SPOT NOW!!!680682dwv 6769-180th St. McAlpin, FL 32062386-963-5215 FAX 386-963-1393 MOBLEY S CUSTOM CUT FRESHPORK SIDE$259 LB $299lb.CUBE STEAKS BOX #24# MIX STEAK 4# PORK STEAK 5# GROUND CHUCK 5# ALL-MEAT STEW 5# CHUCK ROAST 5# ROUND STEAK 10# FRYER LEG QUARTER$110 $269 lb.SALT PORK683769jbV WE ACCEPT VISA, MASTERCARD, DEBIT & FOODSTAMPS Custom Slaughtering! All Meats Cut To Your Order! SPECIAL FROM JULY 22JULY 29 $159lb.SMOKE TURKEY TAIL $299lb.ALL MEAT STEW $249 lb.MOBLEY S HOG HEAD CHEESE$369lb.LEAN PORK CUTLETS$219lb.SMOKE TURKEY WINGS Tap, Jazz, Ballet Blush Dance CompanyR E G I S T E R N O WC a l l B e k a 3 8 6 5 9 0 6 2 6 1MONDAY-THURSDAY 5:30-7:30 DONT FORGET ZUMBA! MONDAY & THURSDAY 6:30PM. TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY 9:00AM 386-590-6261 ONE FREE ZUMBA Class with this Coupon!One coupon per person.6 8 4 4 0 7 a m v2011/2012 REGISTRATION Now offering lessons in Hip-Hop, Baton, & Pointe! 6 8 4 0 0 5 d t v FINANCIAL AID IS AVAILABLE AND ACCEPTED. APPROVED FOR VA TRAINING BENEFITS. ACCREDITED BY THE COUNCIL ON OCCUPATIONAL EDUCATION, INC. 415 S.W. 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WEDNESDAY, JULY 27, 2011 SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT /LIVE OAK PAGE 6A Viewpoints/Opinions 1. End prohibition on liquor 2. Install a County Manager 3. Take public control of Dowling House 4. Reduce duplication of effort by city/county offices and agencies 5. Continue progress on Perimeter RoadEditorial objectives for 2011 Suwannee DemocratMYRA C. REGAN Publisher JEFF WATERS Editor Members of the Suwannee Democrat editorial board are Myra C. Regan, publisher, and Jeff Waters, editor. Our View is formed by that board.By Jim Holmes I love most things about the Suwannee Valley. For instance, I enjoy the different seasons we experience, while savoring the fact that none of them include snow drifts. I like the gentle rolling hills, our narrow, back country roads, the spring wild flowers with their brilliant colors, the fields filled with corn, peanuts and cattle…although hopefully not at the same time. I love the river…or at least loved it when we had one…and find myself praying it won’t be permanently harmed by our current dry spell. Generally speaking, I also like the people. Oh, I could do without the guy whose pickup proudly displayed the bumper sticker, “My kid beat up your honor student” or the motorist who insists on tossing trash in front of my gate. (I don’t let that serial litterer bother me too much however. I figure with all that fast food he or she is devouring, a heart attack or stroke is just months away.) But those folks are the rare exceptions. Overwhelmingly, most of the people I’ve encountered in the past four-and-a-half years have been warm and accepting of this former South Florida flatlander and his spouse. In other words, they’ve made us feel at home. So what’s the down side to living in Suwannee County? Well, I guess at the top of my list---at least at this time of year---would be the gnats. And while it just might be my imagination, we seem to have produced a bumper crop of the tiny pests this summer. They seem to be particularly plentiful in the late afternoon for my daily mailbox odyssey. As I make a mad dash to collect my bills and junk mail, they are making a mad dash for my eyes, nose, ears and mouth…to say nothing of any booboos I might have. Apparently I am their Early Bird Special. According to the experts, gnats are attracted to any part of our body where mucus or other proteinrich secretions can be found. The good news is once they’ve located something they want to eat, they don’t bite. Instead, they scrape or sweep the area with their rear legs until they have a little pile of whatever it is they plan to devour. That pile is then absorbed via a sponge-like mouth, thus we feel nothing painful. (Usually, I find myself reassured when I learn something new like this, but honestly this knowledge just creeps me out!) At any rate, there apparently isn’t much you can do to drive them off, except---and with no disrespect meant to anyone’s religious faith--what I call the Continuous Jewish Genuflect. That’s where the right hand is in persistent motion around the head and shoulders, but rather than hitting the four-points of the Christian Cross, I focus on making the six-pointed Star of David. It helps for a second or so. After these tiny pests have dined at Jim’s (which I would like to think has a five-star rating in the gnat restaurant world), each little fly lays up to 50 eggs just under the surface of the soil. Within about a month, the reproductive process is complete and a whole new bunch of gnats are welcomed into our world. Gnats---in one form or another---are with us all year round, but it’s when temperatures are above 90-degrees that their population explodes, say the experts. And Lord knows, we’ve had plenty of 90-degree plus temperatures lately. I know virtually all creatures have some purpose on this planet. For example, I suspect gnats are on the diet of lizards and frogs. At least I hope so. Otherwise, as my wife says, “What was Noah thinking?” Maybe they didn’t take up much room, but did he REALLY need a pair of them on the Ark!? Jim lives in Live Oak THE SUWANNEE SCRIBBLER Jim’s: A five star eatery? Please address letters to: Letters To The Editor, Suwannee Democrat, PO Box 370, Live Oak, FL 32064. Please include your full name, address and daytime phone number. We ask this so we can verify your letter and discuss any questions about it with you.BIBLE VERSEI will hasten and not delay to obey your commands. Psalm 119:60 NIV Here's what President Barack Obama said about our high rate of unemployment in an interview with NBC's Ann Curry: "The other thing that happened, though -and this goes to the point you were just making -is there are some structural issues with our economy, where a lot of businesses have learned to become much more efficient with a lot fewer workers," adding that "you see it when you go to a bank and you use an ATM; you don't go to a bank teller. Or you go to the airport and you're using a kiosk instead of checking in at the gate." The president's statements suggest that he sees labor-saving technological innovation as a contributor to today's high rate of unemployment. That's unmitigated nonsense. Let's see whether technological innovation causes unemployment. In 1790, farmers were 90 percent, out of a population of nearly 3 million, of the U.S. labor force. By 1900, only about 41 percent of our labor force was employed in agriculture. By 2008, fewer than 3 percent of Americans were employed in agriculture. Through labor-saving technological advances and machinery, our farmers are the world's most productive. As a result, Americans are better off. In 1970, the telecommunications industry employed 421,000 workers as switchboard operators, annually handling 9.8 billion long-distance calls. Today the telecommunications industry employs only 78,000 operators. That's a tremendous 80 percent job loss. What happened? The answer: There have been spectacular labor-saving advances in telecommunications. Today more than 100 billion long-distance calls a year require only 78,000 switchboard operators. What's more is the cost of making a long-distance call is a tiny fraction of what it was in 1970. Can we say these technological innovations made the nation worse off? Professor Russell Roberts, my George Mason University colleague, gives other examples in his Wall Street Journal article (6/22/2011) "Obama vs. ATM's: Why Technology Doesn't Destroy Jobs." He says that today just a couple of workers can manage the egg-laying operation of nearly a million chickens laying 240 million eggs a year, through a highly mechanized and computerized process. Thousands of toll collectors are replaced by E-ZPass machines. Autoworkers are replaced by robots. Fifty years ago, a typical textile worker operated five machines capable of running thread through a loom 100 times a minute. Today machines run six times as fast, and one worker can oversee 100 of them. You say, "Williams, certain jobs are destroyed by technology." You're right, but many more are created. Think about it. If 90 percent of Americans still had been farmers in 1900, where in the world would we have gotten workers to produce all those goods that were not even heard of in 1790, such as telephones, steamships and oil wells? We need not go back that far. If there hadn't been the kind of labor-saving technical innovation we've had since the 1950s -in the auto, construction, telephone industries and many others -where in the world would we have gotten workers to produce things that weren't heard of in the '50s, such as desktop computers, cellphones, HDTVs, digital cameras, MRI machines, pharmaceuticals and myriad other goods and services? What technological innovation does is reduce the value of some jobs, raise the value of others and create many more jobs. Some workers are made better off through greater employment opportunities. Others are made worse off by having to accept less attractive employment opportunities, an adjustment process that can be painful. Since technological progress makes goods and services cheaper, and of higher quality, to stand in its way, in the name of saving jobs, will make us a poorer nation. What we're witnessing in our economy is what economic historian Joseph Schumpeter termed "creative destruction," the process in which something new replaces something older. By the way, we can always count upon an infinite number of potential jobs. The reason is that human wants are insatiable. People always want more of something. That want will create jobs for someone else. Walter E. Williams is a professor of economics at George Mason University. To find out more about Walter E. Williams and read features by other Creators Syndicate writers and cartoonists, visit the Creators Syndicate Web page at www.creators.com.OPINION A MINORITY VIEWBY WALTER WILLIAMS 2011 Creators Syndicate~ ~ Job destruction makes us richerFACEBOOK POLL QUESTION Yes 31 Yes, I registered to vote in favor39 Yes, I registered to vote against25 No2This week’s question:Do you think Congress will come to an agreement before Aug. 2, or will they default?Dear Editor: If Live Oak would like to return from the ashes,so to speak, in this horrible economy then the Suwannee county taxpayers like me need to stand up and voice our opinions before it gets worse This county is in the race to get the World's Largest Solar Farm! The other counties such as Gasden next to Leon are fighting to get this unbelievable economic treasure worth millions to their area I have not read one word about our fight to get this money and jobs that this county and city so desperately need !!!!! I wonder will the leaders in my hometown and county sit idle and let this amazing once in a life time opportunity go to another county ??? Please do not repeat past history and DO.NOTHING because you do not understand or you are fearful of the unknown! Please get in the race ASAP J.L. and Kitty McMullen's property I have inherited has dropped severely in value! If my father was alive today he would say to all of you "Get to work and get this opportunity for our county" !!!!!! Jill McMullen ElmoreFrom our readersAre you registered to vote in the Aug. 16 special election on the wet/dry issue?

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WEDNESDAY, JULY 27, 2011 SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT /LIVE OAK PAGE 11A 682953bgv By Jeffry Boatrightjeffry.boatright@gaflnews.comMany Suwannee County voters have been casting absentee ballots to determine the fate of Suwannee County’s wet or dry status. According to Suwannee County Supervisor of Elections Glenda Williams, 2,171 absentee ballots had been mailed out as of July 22. Of those, 1,049 have been completed and returned. “There have been up to 300 absentees mailed out in one day,” Williams stated. “Registration has increased and early voting will begin August 8 and continue through August 13.” The Supervisor of Elections Office will be available for early voting in Live Oak and the library in Branford will be utilized for early voting as well. Since May 1 there have been 250 new voters to register to vote, Williams said. There are two questions on the ballot. The first one will ask the voter to choose either for selling intoxicating beverages containing more than 6.243 percent of alcohol by volume or against selling such beverages. The second question will ask voters to decided if such sales should be allowed for the package and drink or for sales by the package only if the voter is for selling intoxicating beverages. Williams reminds all voters that if the first question is left unanswered, the second question will not be counted. However, if only the first question is answered, the ballot will remain valid.Absentee voting going strongBy Stephenie Livingstonstephenie.livingston@gaflnews.comWhen a deputy sheriff and a young woman with a clipboard approached Elizabeth Tilford in an aisle at Walmart in Live Oak, her mind swirled in panic. As a crowd gathered around, her thoughts were flying in all directions as to why this was happening. Did they think she had shoplifted? Was this a case of mistaken identity? Was she going to be arrested? No, she was told to report for emergency jury duty. As a result, Suwannee County Judge William F. “Lin” Williams said a plan has been put in place to curtail future occurrences. “I looked imploringly at the deputy as the young woman continued asking questions and writing on her clipboard, but I never received any information from him or her until she tore off a page, handed it to me, and said here is a summons. I asked, ‘A summons for what,’” said Tilford. Jury duty, was the response. Tilford was at the shopping center on US 129 North in Live Oak, picking up a few things for her husband and their dog, since she was planning to leave town to visit her granddaughter over the weekend. Instead, she was ordered to attend emergency jury duty by an administrator for the court. She was one of 21 people randomly served a jury duty summons at Walmart and Lowe’s on Thursday, April 20, after people summoned by mail weeks before failed to show up,” Williams said. Two trials were on the dockets for the following Friday, April 21, one of which had been pending for nearly a year. Witnesses were on hand and a private attorney had been hired for at least one of the cases. With everything else ready to go, Williams and administrators had one problem: an empty jury box. Of the 80 people summoned at random by the court, only 19 people reported to jury duty on April 20. Williams realized that it would not be possible to pick jurors for two trials from such a limited pool. “It was clear to me it wasn’t going to work,” he said. He ordered court administrators to serveEmergency jury duty left local stunnedPeople plucked from local stores to serve people with a summons at Walmart and Lowe’s. Of the 21 individuals picked at random, two were excused the next day, including Tilford who had a medical condition. However, she said it was not the duty, but the manner in which she was chosen that shocked, embarrassed and humiliated her. “In my adult life I have been called for jury duty here and in other counties I’ve lived in. I always showed up and was proud to do my duty and will do so again and again if I am selected,” she said. “But I expect to be selected in a proper manner that allows one to maintain (her) dignity and respect.” Williams said he understood that the decision to select people for jury duty from Walmart and Lowe’s, and at such short notice, would probably upset some. However, he decided it was a necessary decision to see that justice was done and that the defender received a trial, one he said was already overdue. “That particular day was an enigma,” said Williams, who noted he is within the law to summon a jury in this manner. After the manner that those jurors were chosen, which has happened rarely in Suwannee County and not in recent memory according to court officials, Williams said the court has put in place safeguards to ensure it doesn’t happen that way again. Last week, Suwannee County combined circuit and county trial within one court week to be held during the last week of each month. Jurors will be chosen out of a single pool called once a month. Williams’ hope is that this will cut down on the noshows. “There is a very important need for them to participate,” he said. “It’s what makes our country’s justice system the best in the world.” Stephenie Livingston Two Live Oak people were arrested Saturday after an argument led to shots being fired, Suwannee County sheriff’s reports show. Floyd Quinn Jr. and Rebecca Quinn, both 50, were arrested after shots were fired during an argument the two had in the early morning hours Saturday, according to reports. During the argument, Rebecca Quinn “knowingly and intentionally” fired a semi-automatic pistol in the air. When authorities arrived, Floyd Quinn, a convicted felon, had concealed the weapon in a pocket on his shorts. The two were arrested and booked into the Suwannee County Jail. Rebecca QuinnShots fired leads to arrests Rebecca Quinn Floyd Quinn faces charges of improper exhibition of a firearm. Floyd Quinn was charged with possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, possession of ammunition by a convicted felon, and carrying a concealed weapon.Total calls for service: 79 Medical Calls: 68 Cardiac: 5 Trauma: 13 Motor vehicle crash: 2 Miscellaneous medical call: 6 Altered mental status: 10 Respiratory: 13 Diabetic: 1 Weakness: 6 Abdominal pain: 6 Death: 1 Overdose: 1 Nausea/Vomiting: 2 Stroke 1 Special Detail 1 Fire Calls: 11 Structure Fire: 2 Motor vehicle crash: 2 Down power line: 3 Smoke Inv: 3 Vehicle Fire: 1 Volunteer Fire Responses: 12 Engine-1 medical calls in Rescue 5 --0Suwannee County Fire/Rescue calls for service for July 16 to July 23In October of 2010 Cheek and Scott Drugs received accreditation by the Community Specialty Pharmacy Network (CSPN) as a Specialty Pharmacy. Only those pharmacies who meet the stafng, medications, and medical equipment availability requirements receive this accreditation. Specialty pharmacies provide care for complex health issues including oncology, HIV, fertility, as well as many others. Specialty pharmaceuticals:  Are used in the management of specic chronic or genetic conditions.  Are often inject-able or infused medicines, but may also include oral medicines.  Require additional education of the member and close monitoring of their clinical response in collaboration with their doctor.  May require member-specic dosing, medical devices to administer the medicine, and/or special handling and delivery.  Require extensive member education for safe and cost-effective use. “We are honored to be only pharmacy within 110 miles to have received this accreditation. We look forward to serving patients in the North Florida area who need the services of a speciality pharmacy,” said Jeff Scott, president of Cheek and Scott Drugs. Additionally Cheek and Scott is also accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Health Care (ACHC). For more information please visit www.cheekandscott.com, or call them at 386-362-2591.Cheek and Scott Drugs accredited as a specialty pharmacyyou saw it first ONLINE

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USDA INSPECTED JAMESTOWN SHANK USDA INSPECTED CENTER CUT OR THIN CUT ROUND STEAK CHICKEN TENDERS GREEN BELL PEPPERS 3 for 99¢ DOLE ICEBERG SALAD MIX 99¢ LIVE OAK STORE ONLYSIRLOIN STEAKS death of Joseph Militello Jr., 57, his wife Nancy L. Militello, 68 and their nephew Angelo Rosales, 32. Jacobsen said jury selection for Howze is scheduled to take place Oct. 19 and 20. Jury selection for Munn is expected to take place a couple days prior to his trial, Jacobsen said. Howze and Munn have been charged with three counts each of first-degree murder while armed with a firearm, home invasion robbery while armed, conspiracy to commit home invasion robbery and conspiracy to commit first degree murder while armed with a firearm. The two face the death penalty if convicted. The Militellos and their nephew were found by an employee lying face down in their 172nd Street McAlpin home early morning on Aug. 26, 2010 after they had been shot execution style once each in the back of their heads. Authorities said Howze and Munn targeted the Militellos for money and believed to have robbed and killed them the evening of Aug. 25. A former employee of the Militellos, Keith Allen Hughes, 25, was jailed on charges of conspiracy to commit armed robbery in connection with the murders. He hanged himself in his jail cell at the Suwannee County Jail last September. Hughes had a past record of arson, affray and criminal mischief. Released from prison in 2008, Howze has already served 14 years of a 25year sentence for second degree murder in Hernando County. Both Howze and Munn have a history of burglaries. Howze played a role in a previous Suwannee County burglary, while Munn served time in 1988 for burglary, robbery and false imprisonment. Munn landed back in prison four more times between 1992 and 1998 on cocaine charges, grand theft and burglary. The pair are associated with the Black Pistons Motorcycle Club in Tampa, officials said. The Black Pistons are known to be involved in criminal activities, such as the transportation of drugs, assault, extortion, fraud, intimidation and theft. McAlpin murder trials set for twoContinued From Page 1A into the parking lot and six people got out with signs. He called the protest “futile” but nonetheless told his congregation at the conclusion of the service to go straight to their vehicles, not to answer any questions or ask any of the protestors. Local resident Stephen Ogles said that protestors should demonstrate their actions towards a Suwannee Dry meeting, not a church service. “They can gather and protest at any of the meetings that Suwannee Dry has if they want but have some respect for people that just want to go to a church service,” he said.Wet opposition alleges sign thefts, picketingContinued From Page 1A “I think it should be wet because people go across the line to get it and we could bring in taxes. I plan to vote.” John McCormick “I’m very much in favor of going wet. I have wanted it for a long time and I’ve already voted absentee.” Cheryl Greene “I’m in favor of wet because it keeps money here. I voted absentee.” Lillie Hodges “We should have done it a long time ago. It should mean more money coming here. I don’t really plan to vote.” Ed RassWet or dry?Continued From Page 1A Bailey also noted that several political signs asking the county vote to stay dry have been destroyed or gone missing around the county, most recently at the roundabout in Live Oak. “We’ve had constant destruction of our signs,” said Bailey. “We don’t have the budgets to keep buying and replacing signs. Some have been run over, some were laying flat with tire tracks on them, some had the (support) stick broken, some were gone,” said Bailey. Live Oak Police Chief Buddy Williams said he has been made aware of several sign incidents and said he will be monitoring the situation closely. Bailey said this type behavior doesn’t paint a pretty picture for the other side who want to see the county wet. Suwannee Yes!, the political committee behind the movement to take the county wet, has formally stated the group is neither involved nor does it support that type behavior. “We are not encouraging or participating in any protests or acts of vandalism,” said Suwannee Yes! vice-chair Robin Young. “We don’t condone violence or criminal acts of theft or personal property damage. We are running a clean campaign. Our main focus is getting out the vote. We encourage all our supporters to go vote now so we can move Suwannee County forward.” Bailey said while Suwannee Yes! may not be directly related, “it does not reflect well on those wanting to go wet.” Semi destroyed by fireFire engulfed this semi on CR 136A Sunday. Photo: Suwannee County Fire/RescueStaff Fire destroyed a semi owned by Wily Sanders Sunday around 5:30 p.m., Suwannee County Fire/Rescue reported. No injuries were reported during the incident on CR 136A. SCFR stated that the driver had just filled both fuel tanks with over $500 in diesel when he turned into his driveway and saw smoke rolling out from under the dash. "He exited and said flames were already coming from under the hood," SCFR reported Sunday. The state fire marshal's office was called in to investigate. Robert Larry Davenport, 31 and David Alan Smith, 46, both of 12807 155th Place, Live Oak, were arrested on two counts each of burglary of a structure and two counts each of grand theft. According to reports, the two entered the 144th Street home on Saturday and removed copper wire from throughout the dwelling. The men returned the next day and removed more wire, totaling $900 in stolen property. Local canine tracking teams were called in to assist in locating the two, who ran from the home into nearby woods. Both Smith and Davenport were arrested and booked into the Suwannee County Jail on Sunday, according to reports. Copper wire stripped from home Continued From Page 1A

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Section BWednesday, July 27, 2011Suwannee Democrat SPORTS SPORTS By Corey Daviscorey.davis@gaflnews.comEditors note: The following story ran Oct. 8, 2010 in the sports section of the Suwannee Democrat. Sports writer Corey Davis recently finished third statewide for Best Sports Feature story for the Florida Press Awards. BRANFORD-After years of talking about it, Stephanie Copeland, 16, finally got the nerve to come out on the field and give football a try. “I first started talking about it in the sixth grade with my friends,” Copeland said. “I always looked at them playing and said I could be out there doing that, kicking, passing and tackling. Girls can do it just as good as guys, it’s not about all guys playing.” It’s with that confidence that Copeland, a freshman lineman, finally got the nerve to come out for the team. Copeland, who also excels in basketball, softball and track (two-time state qualifier in shot put and discus), was so nervous about telling her parents she didn’t -at least not for a while. “I waited till the first game to tell my dad but he knew I always wanted to play,” Copeland said, “He was like wow very surprised that I was playing.” Next she had to warm over her teammates and friends, many of which she would be fighting for their position. “At first I didn’t like it much and came close to hanging it up, but a few weeks later I started liking it and became one of the best ones out here,” Copeland said. “Some of them were smart talking me saying I can’t do nothing or anything so I had to show them what I have.” What she has is the ability to play wherever needed. Copeland at times plays five different positions through out the game, whether it’s defensive line, offensive line, punter, kicker and kickoff specialist. “Nothing has changed at all,” said first year Branford Junior Varsity coach Perry Davis. “She has her own separate dressing room but other than that isn’t treated any differently at all.” Davis talked about how Copeland has developed from day one to presently. “When she hits them (boys) all the girly thoughts go away,” Davis chuckled. Davis knows first hand what it’s like to have a girl on the team having coached one at Newberry and seeing his cousin kick for a school in Georgia. “We had a girl at Newberry in 2002 who played varsity and Stephanie (Copeland) is way better than her. She has very good feet and good hands,” Davis said. Copeland picked up the nickname ‘The Beast‘ from her teammates because she dominates everyone. “She is the anchor on our team, anything we need she does. We try to rest her as much as possible because we use her a lot,” Davis said. “She just started kicking the other day, she’s so athletic and loves to play and win.” Davis has a lot of confidence in her playing abilities so he gave her the option to call fake punts. Branford freshman lineman Stephanie Copeland dominates the game despite being the lone girl on the team. -Photo: Corey DavisJust one of the guys SEE JUST, PAGE 3B By Corey Daviscorey.davis@gaflnews.comEDITORS NOTE: The following are the top sports stories of the 2010-11 school year. We start with the best honorable mention stories and continue Aug. 3 with No. 6-10 stories and conclude Aug. 5 with the top five stories. Honorable Mention Cats cause a fuss When Baker County and Suwannee met back in late October at Paul Langford Stadium, police were needed to prevent a situation from getting much worse. According to head coach Willie Spears, Greg Swinson’s helmet got ripped off and an unidentified Baker County player stepped on his unprotected head. Later in the game another Baker County player stepped on another Suwannee players leg as he laid on the ground. In a close game in the fourth quarter, tempers flared and players and coaches from Baker County were overheard yelling obscenities and racial slurs toward Suwannee players and coaches. To avoid a further situation, Spears gathered up his team and made them walk back to the school after Wildcat players and coaches were gathered around the bus. Lafayette makes history Facing their second straight overtime playoff game, Lafayette overcame illness and fatigue to make history in a 2-1 win Jan. 28 over host Tallahassee Maclay to secure the school’s first-ever district title. Jose Rubio and another senior player approached head coach Danny Glover during a break before starting overtime and told their coach they wanted to make history. Eight minutes later, Rubio, who only scored three goals during the regular season, backed it up with a game-winning goal off an assist from Ismael Moreno that clinched the Hornets’ first-ever district championship. After finding the back of the net twice in the Hornets' 4-3 penalty-kick win over John Paul II in the District 3-2A semifinal Wednesday, Rubio came out with a goal in the first 40 seconds against Maclay off an assist from Moreno. Before facing Maclay, Lafayette first had to get by John Paul and trailed early but rallied to win. “We were down two goals against John Paul, tied them at 3-all and was able to beat them 4-1 in penalty kicks,” Glover said. The win against Maclay was even sweeter for many of the team, who were coping with the flu during halftime according to Glover. “We had kids throwing up at the half. Rubio was sick but he didn’t tell me,” Glover said, “But our kids didn’t give up and kept fighting through it. Through out the first half my guys weren’t clicking on all cylinders, we challenged the guys at the half to step up. Despite being tied 11, we felt like Maclay was ahead of us.” Maclay tied the game in the 18th minute and both teams couldn’t punch in another score to force overtime. The determination his team showed in regulation to maintain the tie is what fired Rubio's quest for history, the coach said. Rubio, who has scored four of the teams five goals in the postseason, and the rest of his teammates were determined to bring home the trophy and wouldn’t be denied despite the two long nights. “We weren’t worried about being tired, we just wanted to make history,” Uriel Posada said. Now Lafayette (9-4-2) looks to make more history hosting its first-ever playoff game against Gainesville PK Yonge (124-4) tonight at 7 p.m. at Dale Walker Field. “Now our goal is to win our first-ever playoff game,” Jose Rubio said. St. Francis coach Scott Fries, whom tied and barely beat Lafayette in the final two regular season game, might have gave the Hornets the extra spark they need by predicting a rematch with PK Yonge in the second round of the playoffs. Shocking end Trailing by one run with runners on first and second and nobody out in the bottom of the seventh inning, Lafayette appeared on its way to another come from behind win. Unfortunately, head coach Derek Garland made a critical decision, that proved to be costly in a 7-6 loss to visiting Port St Joe in the first round of the playoffs. With the tying run on second base, Stacy McClelland was waved home by Garland after Lindsay O’Steen singled to right and was thrown out at home. O’Steen’s single would have loaded the bases with no outs for the Hornets, but instead put runners on second and third with one out. “That was poor coaching at third base, I held her up and then sent her after the catcher made a mistake but the catcher was able to hit the pitcher in stride and make a play at the plate,” Garland said. “I was stopping her at first and did a poor job knowing where the ball was. We could have had bases loaded with no outs and we had the people we wanted up.” Port St Joe pitcher Kasey Tullis regrouped to enduce a pop up to second and a grounder to short to end the game. Early on it looked like Lafayette wouldn’t need a late inning rally after taking a 5-2 lead in the second inning. Lydia Land and McClelland walked and scored on a single and double from Kali Sharpe and O’Steen. The Sharks tied it with a three-run third inning off McClelland and retook the lead again with two more runs in the sixth to lead 7-6. Megan Gannon’s 2 RBI bunt single rolled past a drawed infield and into shallow centerfield allowing the Sharks to take the lead again in the sixth. “Port St Joe came ready to play and they took advantage of some of our mistakes,” Garland said. We didn’t make the plays and they did the little things they needed to do to win.” An offense that scored five runs in the first two innings and was held to just one run the final five, was helped out by suOfficers prepare to intervene as a Baker County fan approaches a Suwannee assistant coach after the Bulldogs 18-14 win over the visiting Wildcats. Photo: Paul Buchanan Top stories of the school year SEE TOP, PAGE 2B Sports Calendar PAGE 4B

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WEDNESDAY, JULY 27, 2011 SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT /LIVE OAK PAGE 2BSPORTS 684437amv perb defensive plays in the final two innings-resulting in a double play and triple play. “That triple play gave us a chance at the end,” Garland said.” They fought hard and battled but it just wasn’t our night.” One fateful drive Ahead 13-7 at the half, Lafayette had No 5 ranked Jefferson County right where they wanted them. Unfortunately they couldn’t hold on, as the visiting Tigers (10-2) outscored the host Hornets 20-7 in the second half including a 200 run in the third quarter to knock off Lafayette 27-20 at Dale Walker Stadium. Jefferson County senior tailback DeVondrick Nealy (being recruited by Michigan, Alabama and Auburn) carried the team on his back in the third quarter. Nealy, who entered the game with 2,285 yards and 41 touchdowns, sparked the Tigers with a 24-yard run on the first play of the third quarter, which led to Rivante Robinson’s nineyard touchdown run giving the Tigers their first lead of the game at 14-13. Lafayette made to many turnovers and couldn’t capitalize on the Tigers mistakes. Tigers quarterback Lanoris Footman fumbled the snap on their first play of their next possession, however the Hornets couldn’t take advantage of it as sophomore quarterback Rodney Brown tried to hit Antwan Brown on the next play and instead was picked off in the end zone. “With sudden momentum, we tried to quickly change things and shoot for the end zone,” Lafayette head coach Joey Pearson said. Jefferson took advantage of the turnover as Nealy guided the Tigers on a 10play (8 runs), 80-yard drive culminating with Footman’s 5-yard pass to Robinson increasing the lead to 21-13. Rodney Brown fumbled the ensuing pooch kickoff and the Tigers struck again as Nealy rumbled 24-yards for a score making it 27-13 with 1:13 left in the third. Lafayette (10-2) cut the lead as Brown hit Andre Hall for a 35-yard touchdown pass cutting the lead to 27-20 with 5:12 left in the game. However, Nealy (252 yards on 36 carries) and Robinson combined to run out the remaining five minutes off the clock picking up two key third down conversions. “Jefferson County made some very key second half adjustments, Pearson said. “Our guys played their hearth out. The second half was the opposite of the first half, in which Lafayette controlled the clock and limited the Tigers possessions. It didn’t take long for the Hornets to score as Antwan Brown rumbled 27 yards on the fourth play of the game to give them a 7-0 lead barely a minute and half into the game. Jose Rubio picked off Footman on their sixth play of the drive at the 29-yard line but the Hornets turned it back over three plays later on Rodney Brown’s fumbled snap. Two possessions later, the Tigers tied it up as Nealy took a toss sweep on fourth and goal and scored untouched from five yards out on the first play of the second quarter. Lafayette answered with a 12-play 55-yard drive led by Brown, Andre Hall, JR Bass and Treston Whidden. Hall plowed in from two yards on a fourth and two play. Bass was stopped short on the two-point conversion play putting the Hornets up 13-7 with 5:45 till half. Jefferson fumbled the ensuing pooch kickoff which was recovered by Dylan Green, but Lafayette couldn’t take advantage of the turnover. Faced with fourth and three with under four minutes till half, Pearson elected for forgo the 36-yard field goal and instead go for it. Rodney Brown’s pass intended for Antwan Brown was knocked down by the Tigers secondary. “We tried to hit the hitch on them on the play but we jumped offsides,” Pearson said. Jefferson nearly took advantage of the turnover before half driving to the 35yard line before a Footman screen pass intended for Nealy on fourth down was dropped by Nealy. “Momentum turned quickly in the second half and we could have got blow out easily but we cut it to seven with five minutes left. They had third and four, we stop them we knew we could score. We turned it over to many times tonight and we needed to play a clean game to have a chance to win.” Jefferson County coach Jeremy Brown told Pearson after the game in theTop stories of the school yearContinued From Page 1B locker room, his team was highly motivated last week and played with a chip on their shoulders to beat Hawthorne after Hawthorne knocked them out of the playoffs last season and told his kids Lafayette would be very highly motivated and have a chip on their shoulder after being eliminated by the Tigers last season. Lafayette gave them everything they could but ran out of time. Revenged served Despite having been there 12 months ago, Mount Dora coach Frank Scott admitted his team got lost about 30-45 minutes on the way to the same exact field. “I didn’t remember where it was, the bus and our GPS took us to the school board building,” Scott said. “I had to get out and ask where the field was.” Truth is Scott probably wanted his team to forget the 10-0 loss to host Suwannee in the first round of the playoffs last season. It worked as visiting Mount Dora barely had time to get a few batting cage swings in, before responding with a 17-3 win over host Suwannee in the second round of the playoffs at Booster Field. “It was definitely on our minds, we talked a lot about it this week,” Scott said. “We talked about just remembering what happened last year, where we came out a little flat at the beginning last year. We came out with intensity and more focused and swung the bats well tonight. It was never said about paying them back, but they were definitely thinking about it.” Mount Dora starter junior Evan Challenger, who played left field in the game last season, handcuffed the Bulldogs lethal bats, holding them four hits and three runs on the mound, while also going 5for-5 with 4 RBI at the plate. “We talked about it all week, how they 10 run ruled us,” Challenger said. “We also read in one of the local papers that we weren’t much of an offensive team. We wanted to prove them wrong.” Suwannee’s three pitchers sophomore Trey Owen, senior Trevor Lister and sophomore Cody Gamble combined to to give up 16 earned runs on 14 hits, while walking nine and striking out six. Luke Lauterbock tworun double to dead center off Owen gave the visiting Bulldogs an early 3-0 lead. Ryan daSilva cut the lead to 3-1 with a leadoff solo home run to left field for the host Bulldogs first hit of the night. Lister was greeted by last years staring pitcher James Davis, who sent Lister’s third pitch over the center field fence wall. Blake Swann doubled down the left field line scoring Yasmani Grafas cutting the lead to 5-2 through three innings. Andrew Barba and Dulani Thomas, who both walked, scored off Challenger’s RBI double to left increasing the lead to 7-2 in the fifth inning. Suwannee had a chance to get back in the game in the fifth as Makari Hines lead off with a single and Gafas walked. Stuart Brown singled to right scoring Hines from second. Brown stole second and Gafas tried to score but was thrown out at home by the shortstop. Gafas run would have cut the lead to 7-4 or at least put runners on second and third with no outs. Challenger regrouped to enduce two fly balls to get out of the inning with further damage. The momentum from Gafas being thrown out and Challenger getting out of the jam carried into the top of the sixth as the visiting Bulldogs sent 13 batters to the plate, scoring 10 runs. Challenger connected on his second two-run double of the night and Nick Dadich put an exclamation point on the night with a grand slam over the left field wall. Suwannee (19-8), which broke several offensive school records this season and scored 10 or more runs in 10 of its 19 wins, continued to struggle at the plate combining for just five runs in its two playoff games. “I thought we would need to score at least 8-9 runs tonight to win because of our youthful pitching, Gray said. “In all my years of coaching, I never had to run guys this young out on the mound in this kind of environment before.” The loss not only ended Suwannee’s season but gave them their first home loss of the season after nine straight wins. “First time we loss at home, that sucks,” Gray said. “Turn on the College World Series and watch a losers bracket game, this is the kind of thing that happens.” 677481jbV

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B U Y H E R E P A Y H E R E BUY HERE PAY HERE $ 3 9 9 5 $ 3 9 9 5 $ 3995 4-WHEELERS & SUVS NOW AT GRADY  S AUTOMOTIVE C a s h C a r s S p e c i a l Cash Cars Special 2002 Dodge Ram Quad 4x4 1993 Mercury Sable 114 K miles Loaded, Cold A/C CASH € CASH CASH € CASH € C A S H € C A S H € $2995 $11,995 + tax, tag & title + tax, tag & title € C A S H € C A S H € € C A S H € C A S H € “She has thrown two passes out of punt formations on fake punts and its her call to make that decision while reading the defense,” Davis said. Asked what position she likes playing the most and she easily answers back ‘on the line.’ “It’s really good, I like being down there and learning it’s very helpful and good for me,” Copeland said. “No one can stop me, I blow them through the gaps really well and make lots of tackles. In hitting drills I blow them off the line and in games I get a lot of tackles.” Copeland is believed to be the first young lady in Suwannee County history to play high school football. You might think there might be some one out there who is prejudiced towards a girl playing football. Not so. Several of her teammates talked about playing with a girl and their reaction when she first came out and how they feel about it now. “When I first saw her I was like wow, she finally did what she was going to do,” freshman lineman Reynaldo Montoya said. “She started lifting over the summer with us. She started having a good time and we believed she could play with us.” Montoya, who has known Copeland since first grade, also said she has been talking about coming out for at least a year. “Some people were mad cause she took their job but she takes the contact. We’re glad she’s here, we need players and she can play. No one gave her a hard time everyone was just amazed she finally came out,” Montoya said. Teammate and fellow lineman eighth grader Will Boney echoed his teammate’s comments. “I was shocked a lot of people told me was coming out,” Boney said, “I was even more shocked she was very good. She’s really strong, probably theJust one of the guysContinued From Page 1B Suwannee DemocratPublisher Myra Regan presents Suwannee Democratsportswriter Corey Davis with a plaque after finishing third for Best Sports Feature Story at the Florida Press Awards recently. -Photo: Joyce Marie Taylorstrongest hitter on the team.“ Like Montoya, Boney also said no one really said anything bad about their teammate coming out. “Not really as as far as bad talk, sometime the opposing teams stay stuff but most of the time they say how shocked they are how good she is,” Boney said. Boney, who played with a female teammate in Branford Parks and Recreation football, stated “you don’t notice her being a girl at all and as she’s not treated special at all.” “She tries really hard put forth’s a lot of effort and we look out for her like a brother, she’s one of us,” Boney said. Prior to Tuesday night’s game, Bell offensive coordinator Thomas Cason stated, “We recognize her talent and told the boys don’t take it easy on her but she won’t be taking it easy on you. We didn’t take change our strategy to defend her either.” When asked about his players’ reaction to seeing her Cason noted, “you hear little rumors and whispers is that really a girt, our players felt weird about hitting a girl, but when she hits them hard that goes away quickly.” Bell tailback Austin Richey perhaps summed it best: “She’s scary. I couldn’t believe it was a chick, either.” Cason noted that he has had some girls interested in joining his team but none have come out and that also they had a girl Opal Brunger play offensive line back in either 2000 or 2001. Copeland has done so well she has persuaded other females to possibly come out next year and gained a lot of respect from her peers, including the cheerleaders. “I think it’s an awesome idea of her out there playing football, she is treated like everyone else,” seventh grader Emily Pierce said. Pierce also said she has thought about playing football herself. Seventh grader Megan Roush said, “She is one of the toughest players I have Summer Thomas plays football for the Suwannee Parks and Recreation league and looks up to Stephanie Copeland.Photo: Corey Davis ever seen. She stands up for everything even though she is a girl. She doesn’t exclude herself because she is a girl.” Ashley Horn, eighth grader, commented, “It’s really good she plays, she’s the only girl I know who would take it serious and not afraid to get beat up. She’s very aggressive and brave and awesome. She makes people feel good, pumps the team up and shows very good sportsmanship.” Eighth grader Christell Sanders chimed in, “She’s funny and gives good advice and gets everyone pumped up.” Seventh grader Tifphani Whitley commented, “She is the bravest girl and she is extraordinary.” Tori Throdsmorton, eight grader, said “she is the most out going and inspirational girl.” Bethany Smith, freshman, stated, “Stephanie is a person that people should look up to, she is really brave.” Seventh grader Blaire Bates said “She is so funny, awesome, cool and a good football player. Alexus Harris, seventh grader, commented, “She is so fun to watch and makes me want to play football.” Hailey Hall, seventh grader, stated, “Stephanie is a great person, athlete, friend and good influence, She inspires girls everywhere who want to play football.” Copeland is hoping her bravery and play on the field inspire other girls to play football as well. One particular young lady looks to her as a role model. Ten-year-old Summer Thomas plays football for Suwannee Parks and Recreation. “It makes me feel great that someone looks up to me,” Copeland said. “Girls can play football and hopefully I can help others also.” Thomas plays wide receiver and cornerback primarily for the Pee Wee Double R Fencing Colts but also plays linebacker, nose guard, kicker and running back when asked. In addition to playing football, Thomas is an accomplished gymnast and also competes in basketball at the Park and Rec. “When I took my helmet off the kids were like wow she’s a girl,” Thomas said, “One dad said ‘She’s going to hurt my son.’” Thomas is looking forward to meeting Copeland one day perhaps to talk -about football, of course.

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WEDNESDAY, JULY 27, 2011 PAGE 4B SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT /LIVE OAK Suwannee Legals NOTICE OF FISCAL YEAR 2011 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT APPLICATION FIRST PUBLIC HEARING Suwannee County is considering applying to the Florida Department of Community Affairs for a Small Cities Community Development Block Grant of at least $750,000.These funds must be used for one of the following purposes: 1.To benefit lowand moderateincome persons; or 2.To aid in the prevention or elimination of slums or blight; or 3.To meet other community development needs having a particular urgency because existing conditions pose a serious and immediate threat to the health or welfare of the community and where other financial resources are not available to meet such needs. The category of activities for which these funds may be used are in the areas of housing, neighborhood revitalization, commercial revitalization, or economic development and include such improvement activities as acquisition of real property, rehabilitation of houses and commercial buildings, code improvement activities, and construction of infrastructure, including water and sewer improvements, street improvements, and drainage and neighborhood facilities. Additional information concerning the range of activities that may be undertaken will be provided at the public hearing. At least 70% of the funds must be proposed to be spent on activities that benefit lowand moderate-income persons. In developing an application for submission to the Department, the applying local government must plan to minimize displacement of persons as a result of planned Community Development Block Grant activities.In addition, the applying local government is required to develop a plan to assist displaced persons. A public hearing to receive citizen views concerning housing and community development needs will be held in the City Council Chambers, located at City Hall, 101 Southeast White Avenue, Live Oak, FL 32064 on August 2, 2011 at 9:00 a.m., or as soon thereafter as the matter can be heard.To obtain additional information concerning the public hearing contact Joseph Gerrity, Jr., County Coordinator, at (386) 364-3450 or at the County Administrative Offices, located at 224 Pine Avenue, Live Oak, Florida, 32064. The public hearing is being conducted in a handicapped accessible location.Any handicapped person requiring an interpreter for the hearing impaired or the visually impaired should contact Joseph Gerrity, Jr., at least five calendar days prior to the public hearing and an interpreter will be provided.Any nonEnglish speaking person wishing to attend the public hearing should contact Joseph Gerrity, Jr., at least five calendar days prior to the public hearing and a language interpreter will be provided.Any handicapped person requiring special accommodation at this meeting should contact Joseph Gerrity, Jr., at least five calendar days prior to the public hearing.To access a Telecommunication Device for Deaf (TDD) please call (800) 955-8771. A FAIR HOUSING/EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/HANDICAPPED ACCESSIBLE JURISDICTION 7/27 Football, cheerleading signups set Suwannee Parks and Recreation will be accepting registration for Youth Flag Football, Tackle Football and Cheerleading July 18-August 13 at the First Federal Sportsplex. Register in person at the sports facility or online at www.suwanneeparksandrecreation.org Signups are being held for flag football, tackle football and cheerleading for ages 6-13-years old. Fees cost $65 from July 18-July 22, $75 from July 25-Aug. 12 and $85 from Aug. 15-19. For more information please call 362-3004. Dog Pound signups set The Suwannee Dog Pound is holding registration for its upcoming 2011 season from now until July 29 at the Douglass Center for its tiny mites (5-7), mitey mites (79), jr. pee wee (8-11) and pee wee (9-12) teams. Packets can be picked up at 1215 SW 7th Street or the Douglass Center gym between 3:30-7 p.m. The cost is $60 for returners and $75 for new players, which includes the price of helmet, pads and uniforms. For more information contact Dewayne Charlton at 1-386-590-7065 or Arnold Philmore 466-5138. All-Sports passes for sale Suwannee High will begin selling All-Sports passes for the 2011-2012 school year beginning July 5. The AllSports pass allows admission to every regular season sporting event at Suwannee for the entire year. Passes are $60 and may be purchased upon appointment. Again, these passes only allow general admission at regular season games and will not be honored for pre or post season FHSAA sanctioned events. Please call Suwannee AD Hunter Abercrombie at 386-647-4046 to purchase your pass. You may also stop by Suwannee High after July 5 from 9 a.m till 3 p.m. to purchase your pass. Sports briefs wanted Are you hosting any kind of sports tournament, having rec league signups, having a car wash event for a sporting team or looking for baseball and softball players to fill out your travel teams. Get your information out to everyone free each week in the Sports Briefs. Send me your information, the time, the place, when, how much it cost, etc.. Send me our information at corey.davis@gaflnews.com or call me at 362-1734, ext. 132. Freelancers wanted Have an urge to get out and cover a game in your own community. We need volunteers to help cover and photograph sports in Branford, Jasper and Mayo. If interested, send me an email or call me 362-1734, ext. 132 if you're interested. Sports BriefsFriday, Aug. 26 Football Dixie at Branford, 7 Hawthorne at Lafayette, 7:30 Hamilton County at Trenton, 7:30 Maclay at Suwannee, 7:30 Tuesday, Aug. 29 Volleyball Trenton at Lafayette, 6:30 Thursday, Sept. 1 Volleyball Brooks County at Hamilton County, 6:30 Suwannee at Rickards, 6:30 Jefferson at Branford, 6:30 Friday, Sept. 2 Football Trenton at Lafayette, 7:30 Fort White at Hamilton County, 7:30 Suwannee at Madison, 7:30 Branford at Seven Rivers, 7:30 Tuesday, Sept. 6 Volleyball Branford at Dixie, 6:30 Swimming Maclay, Columbia at Suwannee, 4:30 Wednesday. Sept. 7 Volleyball Suwannee at Fort White, 6:30 Thursday, Sept. 8 Volleyball Lafayette at Hamilton County, 6:30 Columbia at Suwannee, 6:30 Friday, Sept. 9 Football Suwannee at Hamilton County, 7:30 Branford at Trenton, 7:30 Lafayette at Bell, 7:30 Monday, Sept. 12 Volleyball Baker County at Suwannee, 6:30 Tuesday, Sept. 13 Volleyball Branford at Lafayette, 6:30 Thursday, Sept. 15 Volleyball Lafayette at Bronson, 6:30 Wakulla at Suwannee, 6:30 Hamilton County at Branford, 6:30 Friday, Sept. 16 Football Temple Christian at Branford, 7 Dixie at Lafayette, 7:30 Suwannee at Santa Fe, 7:30 Hamilton County at Bradford, 7:30 Monday, Sept. 19 Volleyball Bell at Lafayette, 6:30 Bronson at Branford, 6:30 Tuesday, Sept. 20 Volleyball Madison County at Hamilton County, 6:30 Suwannee at Columbia, 6:30 Jefferson County at Lafayette, 6:30 Branford at Bell, 6:30 Swimming Suwannee, PK Yonge at Gainesville, 4 Thursday, Sept. 22 Volleyball NFC at Hamilton County, 6:30 Rickards at Suwannee,6:30 Branford at Fort White, 6:30 Friday, Sept 23 Football Rutherford at Suwannee, 7:30 Branford at Maclay, 7:30 Open: Hamilton County, Lafayette Monday, Sept. 26 Volleyball Bronson at Lafayette, 6 :30 Branford at Suwannee, 6:30 Tuesday, Sept. 27 Volleyball Suwannee at Lafayette, 6:30 Swimming Suwannee at Maclay, 4 Thursday, Sept. 29 Volleyball Suwannee at Hamilton County, 6:30 Branford at Trenton, 6:30 Friday, Sept. 30 Football Sneads at Lafayette, 7:30 Hamilton County at Dixie, 7:30 Open: Suwannee, Branford Monday, Oct. 3 Volleyball Lafayette at Suwannee, 6:30; Branford at Bronson, 6:30 Tuesday, Oct. 4 Volleyball Hamilton County at Lafayette, 6:30 Branford at Jefferson, 6:30 Swimming Suwannee, Oakleaf at Baldwin, 4 Thursday, Oct. 6 Volleyball Lafayette at Branford, 6:30SPORTS CALENDAR

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Fri. 8 a.m. 5:30 p.m.; Saturday 9:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m.; Sunday by appointment www.poolerealty.com 678288cpv (over 2,400 sq. ft.) well maintained family home in Foxboro on 1 acre. New roof. Completely chained link fenced in back yard for your pets. Close to town. Great price, $189,000 Call Sylvia Newell, 386-5902498 MLS#77991 Scan QRcode with your smart phone for quick link to www.poolerealty.com Excellent condition 3 bedroom, 1bath home in town. The grounds are nice and already fenced. This property will make a great starter home. Asking $59,000. Call Sherrel McCall, 386-688-7563. MLS#77613 2/2 1/2 bath on just over 2 acres with plenty of elbow room, two master bedrooms upstairs, a partial bath down stairs, 2 car garage as well as 2 car carport off garage. Asking $129,900. Call Ric Donovan, 386-590-1298. MLS#76140 NW Whitewater Trail, 115 ft. on beautiful Suwannee River, aerobic septic tank, 4Ž well, partially cleared, elevation survey, $39,000. Call Glenda McCall, 386-208-5244 MLS#78697 3/1 1/2 bath home located in city limits, just south of town, New metal roof in 2005, new ac in 2006, Three out buildings. Just needs you and a little TLC. Asking $64,900. Call Ric Donovan, 386-590-1298 MLS#78563 23375 Live Oak Lane at Advent Christian Village. 3BR/2BA, 2500 Sq Ft, Fl/Sun Room, large master BR with extra large walk-in closet, spacious kitchen. REDUCED TO $245,000. Call Fred DeVane 386-658-3189 MLS #76532 Victorian in Live Oak. 3/2, wood floors, beautiful kitchen. Listed on the historic registry. Large yard, 2 car garage. $159,000 Call Kellie Shirah 386-208-3847 MLS#75214 Great price on a great lot and in Spring Landing Airpark. 5 acres with Well, septic and power. Would be great for Get-AWay vacations. Just minutes from Royal Springs State Park/Suwannee River/Boat ramp. $34,900. Call Anita Handy, 386-208-5877 MLS#78708 UNQUIE large lot perhaps for a residential business, with 7 spacious rooms and handicapped access on back porch. It would also make a great home for residential use.. Owners are motivated. $89,000 Call Sherrel McCall, 386-688-7563 MLS#77252 2000+ sq.ft. with spacious bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths, front porch and enclosed back porch with 2 car garage. All this on 7+ wooded acres. $159,900. Call Irvin Dees, 386-208-4276 MLS#76323 ..Im not real big but I show well. 2bd/1bath located just off the paved road with nicely treed chained link fenced yard. No restrictions, only $44,900 Call Kellie Shirah, 386-2083847 MLS# 77953 in Madison County just reduced to $14,700. MLS#76425 4 Bedroom 1 Bath brick home with metal roof on half acre of land in a quiet subdivision just outside of Live Oak. 984sqft originally, the seller has enclosed the garage and made an additional bedroom for some extra square footage. Big oak trees, storage building out back. Short-sale. Seller needs to move asking $59,000. Call William Golightly, 386-590-6681 MLS#78684 The Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens and Bold City Brewery announce the unveiling of a new beer, Archie’s Rhino Rye Pale Ale, named in honor of the Zoo’s oldest male rhino, Archie. The release party that will launch the new brew on tap will take place from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. at O’Brothers Irish Pub in Riverside on August 1, 2011. There will be games, giveaways and prizes that include a raffle for an Archie’s Rhino Rye Pale Ale Behind-the-Scenes Tour and Party for 15 guests at the Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens. One dollar from every pint of Archie’s Rye Pale Ale sold that night will be donated to the feeding, care and conservation of the Jacksonville Zoo and Garden’s rhinos. The new ale is brewed at Bold City Brewery in Jacksonville. Archie’s Ale is a medium bodied Pale Ale brewed with Rye Malt which provides a distinctive flavor. It will be sold at restaurants and bars in the Jacksonville area. “We always strive to name our beers after something representing our family or the City of Jacksonville, which can be daunting at times,” said Brian Miller, Co-Owner and Head Brewer. “As we were brainstorming, the name Rhino Rye Pale Ale came to mind and I myself have always been fascinated with this powerful mammal. It was also an opportunity to collaborate with one of our city’s gems, the Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens.” Archie, one of the Zoo’s most popular animals, is 42-year-old male White Rhinoceros that weighs over three thousand pounds (an estimate since he refuses to get on a scale). Born in South Africa in 1969, he came to the Jacksonville Zoo on December 18, 1985. He has sired a total of 13 offspring and currently shares part of the Zoo’s Plains of East Africa veldt with Gabriella, a 17-yearold female White Rhinoceros, with whom he has had three sons. They can normally be seen in the late afternoon wallowing in the moat together. One of his favorite enrichments is a tire swing which he enjoys resting on his forehead before sending it swinging. “I think it’s great that our friends at Bold City Brewery found a way to help the Zoo and the animals in a unique way that capitalizes on what they do so well,” said Zoo Executive Director Tony Vecchio. For more than 96 years, the Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens has been dedicated to inspiring discovery and appreciation of wildlife through innovative experience in a caring environment. Since its beginning in 1914, with an animal collection that consisted of only one red deer fawn, the Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens has become one of the top zoos in the nation. It now features more than 1,800 rare and exotic animals and over 1,000 unique plant species. Preservation of sustainable biodiversity is a key mission of the Zoo. The Zoo is a nonprofit organization and an accredited member of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums and the World Association of Zoos and Aquariums. It is open yearround, seven-days-a-week, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and is located on Jacksonville’s north side at 370 Zoo Parkway, one-half mile east from I-95. For more information, go to jacksonvillezoo.org.A Portion of the Proceeds Goes to the Care and Feeding of the Zoo’s RhinosJacksonville Zoo and Gardens and Bold City Brewery Announce Archie’s Rhino Rye Pale Ale: Coming to a tap near you on August 1, 2011!The exciting Mike Mullis and Aunt Jackie Band featuring Southern, country and classic rock music will have the Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park in Live Oak, Fla. rocking Friday, July 29, while the Cross Canyon Band, featuring country, rock, blues and pop music, will take over Saturday, July 30, for a big weekend of great music, entertainment and dancing not to mention the great food provided by the SOS Caf and Restaurant! Mike Mullis and the Aunt Jackie Band will kick off the weekend on Friday night with a rollicking event where you will have lots of fun, dance to your heart’s delight and just enjoy the food, fun, fellowship and the evening! The Aunt Jackie Band, based in Gainesville, plays dates from North to Central Florida and has been to-Mike Mullis and Aunt Jackie Band July 29with the Cross Canyon Band July 30 at the Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park Country, Southern rock, blues and pop music will fill the air!The Cross Canyon Band plays in Central Florida July 4 with Dave Higgins, left, Sherry Rose and Neal Phillips pictured. Other members of the band include Dan Hart, Wayne Roworth and Casey Jones. Mike Mullis gether about 10 years. The four-member band plays Southern and classic rock, country and blues music for your listening and dancing enjoyment with Mike Mullis holding down the drum section. Cross Canyon Band is a mixture of seasoned professionals who each have extensive experience in the music industry. Some have been in the music business since childhood. Their goal is to provide a unique sound to the best cover songs, but also to their many originals as well. Specializing in country, rock, blues and pop, Cross Canyon can deliver an exciting sound to audiences wishing to have fun and shake a leg on the dance floor. Don’t you dare forget those dancing shoes this weekend! Doors to the Music Hall open at 5 p.m. for dinner with shows beginning at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday night. Admission to the Music Hall Friday and Saturday is $5 per person with the $5 deducted from your evening’s tab. The SOS Caf and Restaurant will be open during these events and will have available from the regular menu delicious food and beverages at regular prices as well as weekend specials. Friday night special is all you can eat sirloin steak. Saturday night prime rib is featured at regular price. If you’re looking for music, dancing and entertainment during the week, stop in on Monday and Thursday nights when Teddy Mac holds karaoke nights! Bring your own CD or Teddy Mac might just have one for the song you would like to perform on one of these karaoke nights! You’ll find many of your friends there or perhaps you’ll make a few new friends! For more information about the Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park or to rent a cabin or our Treehouse for the weekend or a night, call us at 386-3641683, email us at spirit@musicliveshere.com or go to www.musicliveshere.com. You may also contact the SOSMP to inquire about any of the many exciting events coming up this year at the SOSMP such as the Labor Day Get-A-Way, 311 Pow Wow, Blackwater Music Festival, Thanksgiving dinner and Old Tyme Farm Days, Bear Creek Music and Art Festival, Jambando and much, much more! The Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park is located at 3076 95th Drive 4.5 miles north of Live Oak, Fl off US 129 at the famous Suwannee River. The park is 4.5 miles south of Interstate 75 and 4.5 miles north of Interstate 10 off US 129. Keep an eye out for the SOSMP sign and white painted board fence!

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PAGE 2, JULY 27 & 28, 2011CLASSIFIED MARKETPLACE WWW.NFLAONLINE.COM SERVING NORTH FLORIDA AND SOUTH GEORGIA LAKE WOOD APARTMENTS IN LIVE OAK Quiet country living 2 bedroom duplex. Call 362-3110.641411-F You can Reach Over 4 Million Potential Buyers for your product through our Internet and Newspaper Network in Florida and throughout the Nation. Call Nancy at R EAL E STATE 386-362-1734 Vehicles, Farm Equipment, Etc. 641414-F Visit nflaonline.com/monster and find the right job for you today. Let's do this. 663807hdV (1) 161st Street: 9.82 acres in grass partially wooded with a 3/4, 3-1/2 bath CH/AC home with fireplace containing approx. 2400 sq. ft. under roof, 10x30 storage, good area. Terms $225,000. (2) Near Royal Springs: 2 AC restricted to homes only. GOOD BUY $14,900. (3) Off CR 349: 10 acre wooded tract with a two bedroom CH/AC log home in excellent condition cont. approx. 1200 sq. ft. under roof, 30x40 pole barn. REDUCED TO $145,900. (4) Dove Meadows.: 2 Acres with scattered trees, will work for land. Home package, TERMS. (5) Off 168th St. (paved) 5 acres partially wooded with survey. No down payment to Qualified Buyers. $24,900. (6) Hamilton County: 2 acres wooded on CR 150 (paved) will work for land home package $13,900. S.C. Sullivan Agency 529 S. Ohio Ave., Live Oak, FL Bus. 386-362-1389 Fax: (386) 362-6131 S.C. Sullivan (386) 362-1389, Evening 362-2990 678298dsv 17383 16th Street (paved road) 3 acres with a 3 bedroom 2 bath, central heat & air conditioning. Brick home in excellent condition with fireplace, approx. 2780 sq.ft. under roof. Kitchen furnished, 2 car garage. 12x12 storage. Good Buy @ $132,500. (7) Near City on Paved Rd: 6 Acres with survey, 4Ž well, 2 H.P. Sub pump. 36 x 36 4 stall horse barn with loft and tack/ feed room. Fenced (horse type). GOOD BUY @ $84,900. terms. REDUCED TO $84,900 (8) Hamilton County: 40 acre wooded on county road. Good hunting area that adjoins SRWMD. REDUCED TO $99,500. (9) Tedder St.: Nice 100x123 lot (homes only) $18,000. (10) Suwannee River Charles Springs area: 1.88 ac. wooded with 137 ft. on the water elevation survey. Will support regular inground septic tank. GOOD BUY @ $39,900. (11) Perry, Fla.: 100 x 148 lot in Perry with sewer and water. Paved street. $13,500. (12) Saddle Club: Off 129 South 4 acres cleared with scattered trees. Will work for land home package. MAKE OFFER. (13) Suwannee River Park Estates: Three lots with survey. $7,500 (each lot) All buildable, 100% financing. By Dave Lobeck CNHI News Service I was in the mood to do something on the grill that was totally different and entirely  off the wall. Ž My main concern was my wife. She is not as carnivorous as I am. Don't get me wrong. She loves a great steak or a pulled pork sandwich as well as anyone, but this dish borders on meat mayhem, so I decided to do the honorable thing and not tell her what was for dinner when she inquired. Sorry, a grilling artist cannot be bothered with such details while planning a carnivorous masterpiece. I then texted my son and told him we would be having a real treat for dinner that night. He texted me back and came closer than he knew in his attempt to guess the dish.  Is it steak wrapped in steak? Ž For a moment I thought he had some sort of ESP. On to the recipe. Basically, this is a seasoned pork and beef patty wrapped around a premium hot dog with mozzarella cheese. It is grilled and then served on a large hot dog bun, the kind you use for a brat or a sausage. This could have been one of the most popular grilled dishes I have made, especially with the kids. My wife even liked it, meat mayhem and all. This recipe is good for six hot dogs. You can view a video of this recipe that I made at www.youtube.com/bbqmyway. Simply search for  stuffed hamburger. Ž Pork and Beef Mixture 1 lb. of ground beef 1/2 lb. of ground pork 1/3 cup of chopped onionBBQ My Way: 'Meat mayhem' is a culinary delight The Lake City Target Distribution Center wrapped up its 2011-12 United Way campaign with a check presentation. The local Target Distribution Center employees pledged $7,768, an increase of 22.6 percent over last year with 64 percent participation. The employees also conducted fundraising events which contributed to the pledges to total $8,168.95. Target is a United Way Pacesetter company, one of the companies which completes its campaign prior to the general community campaign kick-off event, which is slated this year for September 2. Members of the Target United Way campaign team gathered for a photo recognizing the team’s fundraising success. Pictured are: front from left Lyndi Karlton; Marci McAdams; Jason D’Souza; Meredith Diagostino; (back) Crista Thomas, United Way Columbia County campaign chair; Catherine Moran; Bryan Rabakon, Kevin Bowman, Rosanne DiCicco, and Rita Dopp, United Way executive director. Courtesy photoTarget Distribution completes its United Way campaign 2 Tbsp. of your favorite steak rub 2 Tbsp. of Worcestershire sauce 1 Tbsp. of spicy mustard 1 Tbsp. of crushed garlic 1 tsp. of salt 1 tsp. of black pepper Thoroughly mix these ingredients until all are completely incorporated. Now, cut six pieces of cling wrap. Take 1/6th of the beef and pork mixture and spread out on one of the cling wrap pieces. It should be long enough and wide enough to fully cover the hot dog, and it should be no more than inch thick. Place the hot dog in the middle of the patty and place string mozzarella cheese next to the hot dog. Now, pull the edges of the cling wrap up so the meat fully covers the hot dog. Firmly form the meat around the hot dog and tightly close the cling wrap around the meat. Place them in the refrigerator for an hour or so, allowing them to firm up a bit. Grill on your kettle grill using indirect heat for 20 to 30 minutes. If you use gas, do not grill directly over a burner. Then finish off over the direct heat while basting with your favorite barbecue sauce. Serve on a toasted sausage/brat bun and enjoy. Any beer or any wine works with this dish! Dave Lobeck is a barbecue chef from Sellersburg, Ind., who writes a column for CNHI News Service. Visit his website at www.BBQMyWay.com. How to prevent falls Dear Savvy Senior, Can you write a column on fall prevention tips for elderly seniors? My 81year-old father, who lives alone, has fallen several times over the past year. What can you tell us? Concerned Daughter Dear Concerned, Falls are a big concern for millions of elderly Americans and their families. In the United States, roughly one-third of the 65-and-older population will suffer a fall this year, often with dire with consequences. But many falls can be prevented. Here are some steps you can take to help keep your dad up on his feet and reduce his risk of falling. Check his meds: Does your dad take any medicine or combination of medicines that make him dizzy, sleepy or lightheaded? If so, gather up all the drugs he takes … prescriptions and over-the-counter … and take them to his doctor or pharmacist for a drug review. Schedule an eye exam: Poor vision can be another contributor to falls. If your dad wears glasses, check to see if he  s wearing the correct prescription and beware of bifocals. Multifo-Savvy Seniorcal glasses can impair vision needed for detecting obstacles and judging depth. Check his balance: Balance disorders … which can be brought on by a variety of conditions like inner ear problems, allergies, a head injury or problems with blood circulation … are also a common cause of falls. If you dad is having some balance issues, make an appointment with his doctor to get it checked and treated. Start exercising: Improving balance through exercise is one of the best ways to prevent falls. Strength training, stretching, yoga, tai chi are all great for building better balance. Some simple exercises that he can do anytime are walking heel-to-toe across the room, standing on one foot for 30 seconds or longer, or getting up from a chair and sitting back down 10 to 20 times. For more balance exercise tips, call the National Institute on Aging at 800222-2225 and order their free exercise DVD and free exercise book or you can see it online at go4life.niapublications.org. Modify his home: Because about half of all falls happen around the home, some simple modifications can go a long way in making your dad  s living area safer. Start by picking up items on the floor that could cause him to trip like newspapers, books, shoes, cloths, electrical or phone cords. If he has throw rugs, remove them or use double-sided tape to secure them. In the bathroom put a non-slip rubber mat or self-stick SEE SAVVY, PAGE 3 1995 JEEP CHEROKEE $ 3,400 Call 386-362-4012 684365F

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JULY 27 & 28, 2011, PAGE 3CLASSIFIED MARKETPLACE WWW.NFLAONLINE.COM SERVING NORTH FLORIDA AND SOUTH GEORGIA 681617dsv strips on the floor of the tub or shower, and have a carpenter install grab bars inside the tub and next to the toilet. Also, make sure the lighting throughout the house is good, purchase some inexpensive plug-in nightlights for the bathrooms and hallways, and if he has stairs, consider putting hand rails on both sides. And in the kitchen, organize his cabinets so the things he uses most often are within easy reach without using a step stool. For more tips, call the Eldercare Locater at 800677-1116 and order a free copy of their “Preventing Falls at Home” brochure. Other pitfalls: Believe it or not, the improper use of canes and walkers sends around 47,000 seniors to the emergency room each year. If your dad uses a cane or walker, be sure it’s adequately adjusted to his height and that he’s using it properly. A physical therapist can help with this, or see the Mayo Clinic slide show on how to choose and use a cane (mayoclinic.com/health/canes/HA00064) and a walker (mayoclinic.com/health/walker/HA00060 ). Another possible hazard is pets. If your dad has a dog or cat, he needs to be aware that – because they can get under foot – pets cause a lot of falls. Shoes are another issue to be aware of. Rubber-soled, lowheeled shoes are the best slip/trip proof shoes for seniors. Savvy Tip: Consider getting your dad a home monitoring system which is a small pendent-style “SOS button” that he wears that would allow him to call for help if he fell. Available through companies like lifelinesys.com and lifealert.com these systems cost around $1 per day. Send your senior questions to: Savvy Senior, P.O. Box 5443, Norman, OK 73070, or visit SavvySenior.org. Jim Miller is a contributor to the NBC Today show and author of “The Savvy Senior” book Continued From Page 2Savvy Senior Tallahassee, FL Nominations are being sought for the March of Dimes Florida Chapter 2011 Lawton M. Chiles Public Affairs Award. The award recognizes a Floridian for his or her outstanding achievements and career contributions towards improving the health of mothers, infants and children through maternal and child health advocacy, and honors the memory of one of Florida’s finest advocates for mothers and babies, the late Governor Lawton Chiles. Nominations should showcase achievements and career contributions relating to the March of Dimes public policies and programs that further the Foundation’s mission. This may include educating policy makers through grassroots efforts to impact positive change through public policy initiatives or advocacy efforts that bring about change through the legislative, regulatory, and/or budget process that positively impact women of childbearing age, pregnant women, or infants. Nominees should also have demonstrated a long-term commitment to maternal and child health. Applications are being accepted through August 12, 2011 and can be found at marchofdimes.com/florida. Past honorees include Dr. Charles S. Mahan, Dean and Professor Emeritus in the College of Public Health at the University of South Florida and The Lawton and Rhea Chiles Center for Healthy Mothers and Babies; former Florida Senate President Jim King; Carol Brady, Executive Director, Northeast Florida Healthy Start Coalition; Dr. John Agwunobi, Secretary, Florida Department of Health; Dr. Wil Blechman, past President of Kiwanis International; Dr. John Curran, Medical Director, Children’s Medical Director, Tampa Bay Region; former State Representative Eleanor Sobel; Dee Jay Hellrung, March of Dimes Florida Chapter volunteer, and Manuel Fermin, Healthy Start Coalition of Miami. The March of Dimes is the leading nonprofit organization for pregnancy and baby health. With chapters nationwide, the March of Dimes works to improve the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality. For the latest resources and information, visit marchofdimes.com/florida or nacersano.org.March of Dimes Seeks Nominations for the 2011 Florida Chapter Lawton M. Chiles Public Affairs AwardThe University of Florida/IFAS Suwannee County Extension Office is providing a full day of training to enable food managers and staff to offer Florida’s consumers the safest food prepared in a clean environment. The class will be held on Friday, August 12, 2011, at the Extension Office located at 1302 11th Street SW, Live Oak, starting at 8:30 a.m. Bring a photo ID and sack lunch. This is a comprehensive training which provides the most up-to-date information based on code and current regulations. The ServSafe Manager’s Exam is given at the end of the training which provides a National Certification that is good for five (5) years. Certification is required in Florida for food managers of all establishments licensed by the Department of Business and Professional Regulation, the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services and selected licenses of the Department of Health. The brochure/registration form can be downloaded from http://foodsafety.ifas.ufl.edu or call the tollfree hotline 1-888-232-8723 to register by credit card. No cash, only check, money order or credit card. Preregistration is required seven (7) days prior to class. Cost for the class and test is $110. Manuals may be purchased in English or Spanish. For more information call Katherine or Wanda at the University of Florida/IFAS Suwannee County Extension Office at 386/362-2771. Extension programs are open to all people regardless of race, color, sex, religion, disability or national origin. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, any person needing a special accommodation to participate in any activity should contact the Suwannee County Cooperative Extension Service at 1302 11th Street SW, Live Oak, FL 32064, or telephone 386-362-2771 at least five working days prior to the event. Hearing impaired can access the foregoing telephone by contacting the Florida Relay Service at 1-800-9558770 or 1-800-955-8772 (TDD). The Danger of Improperly Handled Food

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Hope, President, 3828 Hobson Road, Fort Wayne, IN 468154505. Home: (260) 486-2221 8 a.m. 5 p.m. Eastern Time, Fax: 260-492-9771, email: Hope439@frontier.com.PLEASANT HILL BAPTIST CHURCH WANTS TO “SHAKE IT UP” BY HOSTING VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL AND ALL CHILDREN ARE INVITED Pleasant Hill Baptist Church is hosting Vacation Bible School and invites all children to get cookin’ at Shake It Up Caf: Where Kids Carry Out God’s Recipe. Explore and experience recipes for living out God’s Word. The fun begins on Monday, August 1st and ends Friday, August 5th, daily from 8:45 am to 11:45 am, at Pleasant Hill Baptist Church, located at 18008 113th Road, McAlpin, Florida 32062. The recipe at our caf includes heaping helpings of Bible fun and special servings of creative crafts, hands-on mission work, food science, and great music. To be part of all the excitement at Shake It Up Caf: Where Kids Carry Out God’s Recipe, call Judy Noel at 3627344 or Charlotte Herron at 364-5206.STEEL GUITAR SHOW6 STEEL GUITARIST & VARIOUS SINGER’S-LIVE BAND JELLY STONE PARK OPRY HALL Touchy SituationIn my state it's mandatory that your car be inspected every year and a new inspection sticker be placed on the windshield. So last time I was at the dealer for routine maintenance, I noticed my sticker was about to expire. I asked the mechanic if he could do the inspection process and update the sticker. Complying with my request, he told me to sit in the driver's seat and follow his commands. "Put on the emergency flasher," he shouted. "Great. Hit the brakes," he replied. "Now turn on your headlights." But I was a little perplexed when he yelled, "Good. Now flash me your high beams." (Thanks to Janice F.) Reader Humor Laughs For Sale Duane CashŽ Holze & Todd CarryŽ Holze www.ClassifiedGuys.com AccessorizeMany of the car components we regard as necessities started as options. Headlights originated in the late 1880's as optional detachable oil lamps fitted with reflectors and a handle. They were used to light the road and also detached to fix flats. As night driving became commonplace, oil lamps were replaced with acetylene (gas) headlamps that didn't blow out as easily. By 1898, electric head and tail lamps were introduced, and gasoline buggies were outfitted with the first car battery.Blue Light SpecialWhat's that blue light in your rear view mirror? No it's not the cops. It's the new Xenon headlight. Now becoming standard on some cars, these lights provide more than twice the illumination than their halogen counterparts. However, they do come at a price. The new lights can cost up to $800, making them a popular theft item on some models. Since their introduction, carmakers have redesigned their installation to make them tougher to steal. Fast FactsDear Classified Guys, My kids are in love with my father-inlaw's new car because it came with windshield wipers on the headlights. He made up a story that he pays a Smurf to live inside the car and turn the wipers on and off when it starts raining.As far as I'm concerned,a home for Papa Smurf might be those wipers only real function.It seems like an awfully silly feature. Could headlight wipers really improve our safety or is it just another gimmick?€€€Cash:It's actually a little bit of both, depending on how you look at it. Carry:However, it is nice of your father-in-law to keep the Smurfs employed. There aren't many job opportunities out there for Smurfs.Cash:Over time, your headlights can collect road dust and dirt, diminishing the amount of light illuminating from the car, especially in the wintertime. I tend to like the idea of just pressing a button to turn on the headlight wipers and to clean the lights while still driving.Carry:Although, a paper towel at the gas station can accomplish the same thing. I, on the other hand, agree with our reader. The option is just plain silly. Today's cars, although more reliable than ever, are complicated enough. Headlight wipers with separate motors for each headlight and a pump for washer fluid is just one more thing to maintain. Apaper towel at the gas station doesn't need replacement parts.Cash:As you can see, even we have differing opinions on the feature.Carry:Saab was the first to introduce the headlight wiper in the early 1970's. Their goal was to make sure headlights were capable of illuminating the road with the maximum amount of light. It was such an innovative idea that Sweden, where Saab originated, made it mandatory on all cars sold in the country.Cash:Today, other automotive manufacturers around the world have added the feature to some of their high-end models. Carry:So as you can see, headlight wipers could be considered both a gimmick and a safety feature. But the concept of cleaning your headlights is an important safety issue. Next time you stop to fill up your gas tank, take a minute to wipe the dirt off your headlights.Cash:Otherwise, you can always employ a Smurf with a bottle of window cleaner!2004 Snob loaded, low miles. Given as gift.Drives like an overpriced gem. Ask the Guys Someone is not a fan of this Saab.The Classified Guys 07/24/11€Do you have a question or funny story about the classifieds? Want to just give us your opinion? We want to hear all about it! Email us at: comments@classifiedguys.com. C C a a l l e e n n d d a a r r o o f f E E v v e e n n t t s s CONTINUED ON PAGE 9AUGUST 13, 2011, IN RECOGNITION OF: ALLEN McCORMICK’S 69TH BIRTHDAY FREE FISH FRY 5 P.M.WITH $5.00 DONATION TO CONCERT AT 6:00 P.M., Off Of Hyw. 53 South & I10 MADISON, FL. FEATURING THE McCORMICK FAMILYSTEEL PLAYERSLEON ROBERT’S, JACK CONYER, ALLEN McCORMICK, ERNIE CAWBY, J.W. KITCHEN’S, FISH FRY AT 5 P.M. CONCERT STARTS AT 6 P.M. Come Early For A Good Seat. Nice Comfortable Chairs, Great live Gospel & clean country music, Food, Fun & Door Prizes. Everyone Welcome Sponsored By: Jimmie & Latrelle RagansDenny’s-Red Onion GrillJuly 31st through Aug. 3rd. NANCY HARMON & THE MIGHTY WARRIORS Living Springs Family Worship Center. 26471 State Road 247, Branford, Fl 32008 Nancy Harmon Evangelist & Gospel Singer, Composer & Hostess of THE LOVE SPECIAL telecast on TBN with young men and women anointed of the Holy Ghost will be ministering Sunday 10:30 and 6 p.m. and Monday thru Wed. at 7 p.m. at Living Springs. Everyone Welcome!!!Healing Deliverance Ministries Revival Get ready for the twonight revival at Healing Deliverance Ministries, Inc. on the corner of Walker Avenue and Duval Street. (The same building as Love Ministries, Inc.) The Apostle Dr. James Rosier III, founder of Harvest Fire International Ministries, Inc. from Miami, Florida, will be here Friday and Saturday, July 29, and 30, starting at 7 p.m. Everyone is welcome. For additional information, contact Pastor Dr. Linda Simpson at 386344-4192.National Wild Turkey Federation Hunting Heritage BanquetNational Wild Turkey Federation Hunting

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PAGE 8, JULY 27 & 28, 2011CLASSIFIED MARKETPLACE WWW.NFLAONLINE.COM SERVING NORTH FLORIDA AND SOUTH GEORGIA FAMILY FEATURES One of the best ways to get more of natures healthiest superfoods into your daily diet is to think frozen.Ž Frozen fruits and vegetables retain their nutritional value just as well as fresh. And when it comes to taste, one superfood is a freezer superstar: Wild Blueberries. These delicious little blue powerhouses have superior antioxidant capacity com pared with other fruits and veggies …… and theyre available year-round in your grocers freezer. Stock up and turn your own freezer into a daily source of healthpromoting superfood. Studies show that Wild Blueberries may help combat cancer, heart disease and the effects of aging. Brain benefits include:Improving motor skills Reversing short-term memory loss Theres no real secret to eating healthy. Just have a ready supply of Wild Blueberries in your freezer so you can enjoy these delicious recipes any time, in any season. Get more wildly healthy recipes at www.wildblueberries.com. Wild Blueberries grow naturally in the fields and barrens of Maine and Canada, and are fresh frozen at the peak of their antioxi dant power. Youll find them in your grocers frozen food section …… theyre easy and affordable all year-round.Sweet Wild Blueberry Omelet Rolls Serves 4 2 cups frozen Wild Blueberries, thawed 1/2 cup Wild Blueberry jam 8 eggs 2 tablespoons light cream 4 tablespoons sugar 1 tablespoon flour 2 tablespoons butter 1 ounce chopped pistachio Powdered sugar Mint leaves In small bowl, mix Wild Blueberries with Wild Blueberry jam to bind. In a second bowl, beat eggs with cream, sugar and flour. Place a 12-inch frying pan over medium heat and melt 1 tablespoon butter. Add half of the egg mixture and turn down heat in order to slowly cook eggs. Flip over the omelet. Place omelet on a plate, scatter half the Wild Blueberries on it and roll it up. Prepare a second omelet from remaining butter, egg cream and Wild Blueberries. Cut omelets into pieces and sprinkle with pistachio and powdered sugar. Garnish with mint leaves as desired. Nutritional Information per Serving: 410 calories, 18g fat, 170mg sodium, 53g carbohydrates, 1g fiber, 13g proteinWild Blueberry Coconut Smoothie Serves 4 3 cups frozen Wild Blueberries 4 tablespoons brown sugar 1 piece of fresh ginger (walnut-size), peeled and grated 13 ounces canned coconut milk, divided 1 teaspoon toasted, grated coconut, for garnish Blend Wild Blueberries, brown sugar, ginger and 6 ounces coconut milk in blender until frothy. Pour remaining coconut milk into four glasses and slowly add Wild Blueberry mixture to each. Stir gently with a spoon to get a marbled white and blue look. Garnish with toasted coconut. Nutritional Information per Serving: 280 calories, 20g fat, 15mg sodium, 29g carbohydrates, 5g fiber, 2g proteinTandoori Chicken Sticks with Wild Blueberry Fig SauceServes 4 as entre or 12 as an appetizer 1 1/2 pounds boneless, skinless chicken breast 1 package Tandoori Tikka or Tandoori Chicken marinade 1/2 cup low-fat, plain yogurt 2/3 cup frozen Wild Blueberries 1/2 cup Wild Blueberry jam 1/2 cup chopped fresh figs (or substitute pears) 1/2 teaspoon orange zest 2/3 cup cooked red lentils 1/4 teaspoon salt 1/4 teaspoon pepper 1/4 teaspoon powdered coriander 1 tablespoon oil or cooking spray Skewers Chop chicken into bite-sized chunks. Stir together Tandoori Tikka and yogurt in medium bowl and add chicken. Cover and let marinate for at least 1 hour. Sauce: Stir together Wild Blueberries and jam in a small saucepan. Rinse and chop figs. Add figs and orange zest. Cook sauce stirring until it just comes to a simmer. Remove from heat, cool slightly. Add lentils and season with salt, pepper and coriander. Pre-heat oven to 425F. Remove chicken from marinade and drain in a colander. Place chicken pieces in an oiled 11 x 13-inch glass baking dish, without allowing them to touch. Roast 8 to 10 minutes until done. Place chicken on skewers. Serve with the Wild Blueberry dipping sauce. Traditionally accompanied by rice as an entre. Nutritional Information per Serving: 123 calories, 1g fat, 130mg sodium, 14g carbohydrates, 1g fiber, 14g protein, 30mg cholesterolVeggie Sticks with Ricotta Wild Blueberry DipServes 1 2 stalks celery 3 carrots 1/4cup part-skim ricotta (or cream cheese) 1 ounce crumbled Gorgonzola 1 tablespoon Wild Blueberry juice 1 pinch grated orange peel Freshly ground pepper 1/2 cup fresh Wild Blueberries Wash celery and carrots and cut into sticks. Mix ricotta and Gorgonzola with Wild Blueberry juice. Season with grated orange peel and pepper. Gently stir in Wild Blueberries and place in bowl for dipping. Nutritional Information per Serving: 351 calories, 17g protein, 14g fat, 43g carbohydrates, 737mg sodium, 44g cholesterolThedelicious secrettoa healthy freezer Wild Blueberries pack a bigger antioxidant punch than their larger, cultivated cousins. And because theyre smaller, they also freeze perfectly, maintaining superior color, texture and sweet and tangy flavor.

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We will eat at 12 noon, bring a covered dish, paper goods, etc. and enjoy fellowship. For more information call: 386-294-1269 or 386-935-2204.CHOMP CANCER FOUNDATION 1st ANNUAL 5K RUN/WALK & COMMUNITY DAY8 a.m.  October 15, 2011  Fort White Community Center  Fort White, FL, Chomp Cancer Foundation, a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving and enhancing quality of life for cancer patients and their families, will host its 1st annual Chomp Cancer Run/Walk on October 15, 2011. The 5k Run/Walk begins at 8 a.m. with walkers beginning a few minutes after the start of the race. Hosted at the Community Center in Fort White, this event is expected to draw as many as 400 spectators, athletes and volunteers. All proceeds from the Chomp Cancer 5k Run/Walk will benefit the UF & Shands Cancer Center. To promote the start of another football season, the finish line will be Florida Gator themed. The race will also be professionally timed and winners will be announced. The event will include food from local vendors, music, and other post-event race activities. Donations to a silent auction would be greatly appreciated as well. Registration for the 5K is $25/pp and includes t-shirt, bib number and goody bag. Placed winners will receive recognition gifts. Online registration is available at http://www.active.com keyword "Chomp Cancer.” For more information please email Lauren Valentine at chompcancer@gmail.com or visit www.chompcancer.comBingo, Bingo, Bingo! Hosted by American Legion Post 107Every Tuesday, 3 p.m. early games, 7 p.m. evening games. Take Hwy 129, 6 miles south of Live Oak, turn left at the BINGO sign, then 1 mile.BINGOElks Lodge, 415, E. Howard, 7 p.m. to 10 p.m Mondays and Thursdays. 30 games at $30 per game. 2 prog. jackpots, 1 bonanza $50, 1 winner take all. The more people we have the more we can play. So COME ONE COME ALL, LET'S PLAY BINGO.St. Luke's Busy Hands for Babies Yard, bake and homemade table saleSt. Luke's Busy Hands for Babies will hold a yard sale Saturday, July 30, 2011 from 7 a.m. 2 p.m., at St. Luke's Episcopal Church, 1391 SW Eleventh St., Live Oak, across from the Garden Club. The sale will be inside and there will be many bargains on clothing, books and lots more. Come and see our handmade gift table. There will be a table of religious books at this sale. The proceeds buy material and yarn to make items for two children's hospitals in Gainesville and Jacksonville. Grief support groupGrief support group meeting weekly at First Baptist Church in Live Oak at 6 pm on Wednesdays starting August 24, 2011. Call 362-1583 for more information. Non-denominational everyone welcome. This is an ongoing support group and I would appreciate you placing it in your publication through the fall.Merchants FairGFWC Woman's Club of Live Oak is have a Merchants Fair on July 30, 2011 from 1-4 p.m. at the Woman's Club, located next to the coliseum on 11th Street West, Live Oak. If you want to participate as a vendor please call Karen Jackowski at 386-362-7787 by July 15. Email: Jackaren@windstream.netMen's MeetingMen's Meeting at Wellborn Baptist Church and it states that they meet every 2nd Thursday of the month. They will not be having any meetings through the summer, would you place something in parenthesis such as this (No meeting through the summer, will start again in September)Love ForeverLive Oak Church of Christ, 1497 SR 51 (Irvin Ave) will be open every third Saturday morning of each month for a clothes closet and food pantry, 10:30 12 noon.School Physical Exam ClinicsThe Suwannee County Health Department will be holding special School Physical Exam Clinics on July 21st and August 11th. Appointments are required. The cost of the school physicals will be $25.00. These physicals are for school entry ONLY. Sports physicals will not be completed on these dates. A copy of your child’s immunization record is required if all vaccines were not received at the Health Department. The Suwannee County Health Department is located at 915 Nobles Ferry Road in Live Oak. The number to call for an appointment is (386) 362-2708. Millennium NightsFriday nights beginning June 10 at Millennium Park in downtown Live Oak. Show starts at 7 p.m. and is held the second and fourth Friday of the month. Bring your lawn chairs to listen to country, blue grass, gospel, country rock and karaoke.MCALPIN COMMUNITY CLUB MEETINGS CANCELED FOR THE SUMMER The McAlpin Community Club meetings for June, July and August have been canceled. The next regular meeting will be in September. We hope that you will have a cool and relaxing summer. For information about the club call Barbara Parks at 362-3044.SHS Class of 1961 reunionThe Suwannee High School Class of 1961 is planning a reunion for September 23 and 24th. Information has been sent out. Information including addresses is needed for the following class members: Charles Crosby, Evelyn Greene, Bonnie Klinger, Johnnie Rawlins, and Johnny Whaley. If you have information or desire more information about the reunion please call William (Bill) Slaughter at 386-362-1828 or Jean Johnson at 386-3641693.Class of 1981 Reunion Plans UnderwayLooking for members and we need your help. Please send your contact information to either of the following addresses: Email: shsclass1981@hotmail.com or cynthiarobinson2002@yahoo.com or phone: Kay Capell Fulda at (864) 617-8598 or Susan Olson at (864) 3768083. Facebook: Suwannee High School Class of 1981. Tell Everyone.NOTICE: CANCELED!The "Trip to Recovery" Group of Narcotics Anonymous that met at St Luke's Episcopal Church in Live Oak, Florida on Saturdays at 7 p.m. has been cancelled.Reunion USS COLUMBUS CA-74/CG-12/SSN-762 Reunion September 21 September 24, 2011 at SHERATON NATIONAL HOTE Arlington, VA. Please contact Allen R. Hope President, 3828 Hobson Road, Fort Wayne, IN 46815-4505, Home: (260) 486-2221 8 a.m. 5 p.m. Eastern time, Fax: 260-492-9771, email: Hope4391@frontier.comThe Columbia Federated Republican WomenThe Columbia Federated Republican Women meet the 2nd Monday of each month, 7pm, brown bag dinner & social time at 6:30 pm. Currently we meet in Lake City at the old Guardian ad Litem yellow house on Duval Street just east of the First Baptist Church and across from Advanced Auto. We are committed to advancing the participation of women in all areas of the political system and are dedicated to encouraging and empowering women of all ages and backgrounds. Visit the Florida Association's web page at http://www.ffrw.net/home.html. Covering North Central Florida all women are encouraged to attend and be involved in the political process! For more info contact President Gayle Cannon: 386-303-2616, gcannon@atlantic.netFirst Baptist Church of Dowling Park Free Meals for SeniorsWe are a meal site for the Suwannee River Economic Council. Free meals are served for seniors over the age of 60 in the church fellowship hall Monday through Friday from 12 noon to 1 p.m. For more information or to sign up, please contact us at 386-658-2360.Volunteer Opportunity & Meeting NoticeFlorida’s Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program needs volunteers to join its corps of dedicated advocates who protect the rights of elders residing in nursing homes, assisted living facilities and adult family care homes. The program’s local councils are seeking additional volunteers to identify, investigate and resolve residents’ concerns. Special training and certification is provided. All interested individuals who care about protecting the health, safety, welfare and rights of long-term care facility residents -who often have no one else to advocate for them -are encouraged to call toll-free (888) 831-0404 or visit the program’s Web site at HYPERLINK "http://ombudsman.myflorida.com/" http://ombudsman.myflorida.com.Christian Mission In Action Ministry Christian Mission In Action Ministry will serve dinners from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. second Saturday of every month at Hale Park Recreation Center at 105 East Duval St., Live Oak, FL. For information call Audrey Howell @ 386-364-4560. CONTINUED ON PAGE 12Continued From Page 4

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The church is located on Highway 90 West between Live Oak and Lake City at the intersection with Lowe Lake Road in Wellborn, Fl. Call 386-9632231 with any questions or visit our website at www.wellbornbaptist.com. (No meeting through the summer, will start again in September)Boy Scout Troop 693 meets at the Live Oak Shrine ClubBoy Scout Troop 693 meets at the Live Oak Shrine Club, 11595 100th Street, Mondays, 6:30 – 8:00 p. m. This building is just east of US 129 south, on the same road as the Suwannee Valley Elec. Co-op. Membership is open to all boys 11-17 years old. Come join us for having fun with monthly camping, as well as week-long winter and summer camps! Parents are encouraged to participate as adult leaders, committee members and merit badge counselors.Wellborn Community Association Meets Wellborn Community Association (WCA) Meets second Thursday of each month at 7 p.m., at the Wellborn Community Center, 1340 8th Avenue, Wellborn. For info contact Wendell Snowden, 386-9631157, follow us on Facebook, or see www.wellborncommunityassociation.com. A Blueberry Pancake Breakfast is held the first Saturday of each month serving blueberry pancakes, sausage, orange juice and coffee. The Annual Blueberry Festival is held on the first Friday & Saturday of June.Auxiliary of the American Legion Post 107 hosting Wall of HonorThe Auxiliary of the American Legion Post 107 is hosting a Wall of Honor. If you have a friend or relative that is currently in active duty of any of the military branches, we would like to honor him/her by posting a picture and name on our Wall of Honor. It will be located in the American Legion main hall on post 107, the same building bingo is currently held. Please send name, rank and branch of service, along with current photograph, to Teri Hamilton, Americanism Committee Chairman, Legion Auxiliary, 12364 146th Terrace, Live Oak, Florida 32060. 386-362-7978.Addiction Support GroupGreater Visions faith-based addictions support group meets weekly in two locations. Meetings are held on Tuesday nights at 7 p.m. in Lake City at the Christ Central Church building on Sister's Welcome Road. The group also meets Thursday mornings at 9:30 a.m. in Live Oak at the Suwannee Coalition office located at 208 North Ohio Ave. This group provides spiritual and emotional support in a non-judgmental setting. Come experience the freedom from addictions that is found in Christ. Greater Visions is an outreach of Christ Central but open to anyone. For more information contact 386208-1345.Senior Luncheon at Wellborn Baptist ChurchThe 2nd Tuesday of every month beginning at 11, there is a senior luncheon with a special speaker and music. Everyone is invited to come and bring a covered dish. The church is located on Highway 90 West between Live Oak and Lake City at the intersection with Lowe Lake Road in Wellborn, Fl. Call 386-963-2231 with any questions or visit our website at www.wellbornbaptist.com.Flea Across FloridaComing this September 2011, 2nd weekend, Friday, 9, Saturday 10, and Sunday 11, 270 miles on Highway 90. Starting at Historic Live Oak to Pensacola. Make plans to be a part of this event. Information call: Barney Everett 386-364-1006. Sponsored by Live Oak Partnership, Inc.Lake Park Line Dancers offer beginner lessons Lake Park Line Dancers offer beginner lessons Tuesdays 1:00 2:15 pm. at Lake Park United Methodist Church in the Fellowship Hall on Hwy 41 S. at S. Essa Street. For info call (229)455-2267.LINE DANCELessons at Uncle Freddy’s, Lake Park next to KOA Office Across from Outlet Mall I-75 at Twin Lakes Blvd. (Hwy. 376) 5274 Jewell Futch Rd. 2nd Friday/mo. 7 8 pm., 4th Saturday/mo. 7 8 pm. For more information contact: talbot483@gmail.com or call: 229/455-2267Beginner line dance lessonsBeginner line dance lessons Tuesdays 1:00 2:15 pm. Lake Park United Methodist Church in the Fellowship Hall, Hwy 41 S. at S. Essa Street. For info call (229)455-2267. Greater Visions Support GroupAddiction Support Group: Greater Visions faith-based addictions support group meets weekly in two locations. Meetings are held on Tuesday nights at 7:00 PM in Lake City at the Christ Central Church building on Sister’s Welcome Road. The group also meets Thursday mornings at 9:30 AM in Live Oak at the Suwannee Coalition office located at 208 North Ohio Avenue. This group provides spiritual and emotional support in a non-judgmental setting. Come experience the freedom from addictions that is found in Christ. Greater Visions is an outreach of Christ Central but open to anyone. For more information contact 208-1345.Pickin' & Grinnin' every Saturday 6 p.m. Spirit of the Suwannee Music ParkIf you play an ocoustic instrument or just like to sit and listen to good Country, Gospel or Blue Grass music, come on out to the Pickin' shed in the loop camping area. Pot luck dinners the third Saturday of each month. Join us --its fun ---its free! Sponsored by Suwannee River Bluegrass Association.GFWC Woman's Club of Live OakGFWC Woman's Club of Live Oak is available for rentals on Saturdays until 11 p.m. Is there a baby shower, wedding reception, holiday party or other event coming up? Please call Richard or Shirley Tomac at 362-4508 to reserve your date and time. Make a wonderful memory.NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS The "Trip to Recovery Group" meets Saturdays at 7 p.m. at St. Luke's Episcopal Church, 1391 SW 11th St. in the Fellowship Hall (on 136 across from the hospital. Contact: Joan C. (386) 362-3615. Weatherization funding availableFunding is available for Home Repairs in Suwannee County. Families must meet income eligibility requirements for services. Examples of weatherizing repairs that could be available are installation of doors, windows, insulation, hot water heaters and window air conditioners. For more information, please call the local Suwannee River Economic, Inc. at (386) 362-6079.

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JULY 27 & 28, 2011, PAGE 13CLASSIFIED MARKETPLACE WWW.NFLAONLINE.COM SERVING NORTH FLORIDA AND SOUTH GEORGIA FAMILY FEATURES Did you know the average human can recognize 10,000 scents? Have you ever considered how directly your sense of smell is connected to cueing your emotions? Its for this reason, technically coined associative learning,Ž that the fragrances around us can impact our mood and performance. Consider the feelings that just thinking about freshlylaundered towels, pumpkin pie, a crackling campfire, the salty ocean or baby powder evoke in you. For many people these strong scents trigger distinct memories or evoke a sentiment that can linger for hours. The same is true for the strong scent of a clean home. Smell is different from other senses because it is connected to the olfactory cortex, the part of the brain responsible for emotions and memory. In patients with dementia, schizophrenia or Alzheimers, medical experts can measure their sense of smell as one of the earliest indicators of change. As humans we tend to think of smell as one of our weaker senses, but the fact is it is far more connected to our performance than we might imagine.Boosting Study Time with a Clean Home A study shows that children who perform better at school almost always identify their homes with scents associated with clean. What is a clean homeŽ smell? That depends on what era you grew up in. During the 50s most people associated a clean home with a strong bleach scent. In the decades since then there has been a plethora of citrus and floral scented room freshening cleaners on the market. Generally speaking, when many people think of a clean smell, they think of Pine-Solcleaner. The study of nearly 5,000 high school students, conducted by Dr. Alan Hirsch and the Smell & Taste Treatment and Research Foundation, found top performing students (those with grade averages of A and B) overwhelmingly „ 84 percent „ used words like lemony, minty or cleanŽ to describe the smell of their childhood homes. More than one-third (34 percent) of lower performing students (average of C or below) associated negative smells „ urine, fecal matter or mold „ with their homes. A clean smelling home is just one component to the overall picture of how parents can provide a healthy and stimulating family environment, and help their children improve self-esteem and have a more positive learning experience,Ž said Charmaine Hussain, marketing manager for Pine-Solbrand cleaners. We are excited by this research, as it really shows that there is a higher order need for cleaning. Its not just about a clean house „ its about the powerful difference parents can make in the lives of their children.Ž What this study tells me is that there is a strong correlation between the memory of a clean-smelling home and academic success,Ž added Dr. Hirsch. If you are in a home that has clean, pleasant aromas, it will promote success by enhancing harmony in the household.Ž According to Hirsch, the brain makes similar associations about the smellŽ of other situations and experiences from your past, and the effect plays out in your mood in the present. Photos courtesy of Getty Images Using scents to help enhance the home Using Scents in Your FavorScents can influence your weight, sleep patterns and more. When we understand the memories we associate with certain scents we can learn how to use them in our favor to change our mindset and improve the quality of our daily lives. For instance, researchers have found the following to be true for many people: Benefit and ScentSuggested Use Peppermint Energy; invigorates before a workout Jasmine Calming; bedtime Floral/Roses Lifts spirits; morning mood enhancer Lemon/Citrus Clear thinking; positive outlook; for home and surroundings Grapefruit Concentration booster and appetite suppressant Coconut Happiness; relaxed summer parties and social gatherings Spend a few minutes making a list of your favorite smells. You may surprise yourself with what you remember about what is most pleasing to you. Just creating a happy smellsŽ list is enough to elevate positive feelings for some people. And, when you know what aromatic triggers most relax and restore you, youll be equipped to set the moodŽ in all the spaces where you spend your time.Rekindling a Positive ExperienceIf you need a shift in your mood, consider shifting the aroma to something that reminds you of a past success,Ž said Hirsch.  The old adage the sweet smell of success is actually quite poignant from a scientific standpoint.Ž For some it might be the smell of a clean home, for others it might be the aroma of freshly-brewed coffee, and for others still it might be the refreshing smells of the early morning dew that trigger confiden ce and feelings of productivity. For parents who want their children to have lasting, warm memories of home, consider the aromas that greet your children after a long day of school, sports or after-school activities. The mood you set in your home now is creating a lifetime of positive associations. Getting t hat freshly-baked pumpkin bread in the oven can seem like much less of a sacrifice of time from this viewpoint. When seen from this larger perspective, a ctivities like baking, cleaning and even tending the garden become generous acts that do much more for the family than perhaps weve considered in recent years The aroma of a wellcared for home has much to do with feelings of success, harmony and happiness. To learn more, visit www.facebook.com/pinesol.

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