Suwannee Democrat
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028422/00851
 Material Information
Title: Suwannee Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J.E. Pound
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Publication Date: 08-10-2011
Frequency: semiweekly[<1990-1994>]
weekly[ former <1897-1928>]
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000398954
oclc - 33273856
notis - ACE4563
lccn - sn 95026787
lccn - 95026788
oclc - 33273861
System ID: UF00028422:00851
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Preceded by: Banner (Live Oak, Fla.)
Preceded by: Suwannee leader
Preceded by: Suwannee citizen

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n f b t f b n f t r t ITS OWN Surrey Place Care Center took the opportunity to honor its Stakeholders for the care and comfort they provide on a daily basis to the residents by celebrating National Nursing Home Week and National C N A Week. The residents assisted Management with days filled with surprises. Nerd day, pie eating contests, water gun fights, low country boil, cake walks, treasure hunts, egg toss, and hundreds of dollars in cash and prizes. We thank each of the stakeholders for their commitment to Surrey Place, not only the nursing and C N A department, but all of our employees. Our residents and management thank you. Please enjoy the photos of days of fun for all.

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C 7 @ 3 2 b B 6 3 7 B G < 3 D 3 @ < 3 3 2 3 2 / 7 @ 3 1 B = @ n ) 6 3 @ 7 3 < 2 A = 4 B 6 3 & / @ 9 A / 7 2 B 6 3 G E = C : 2 B @ G B = J 4 7 < 2 L = @ > @ = D 7 2 3 4 C < 2 A B = ; / 7 < B / 7 < B 6 3 t f b ( ! n $ & f b t n# n $ & C 0 : 7 A 6 3 @ ) ( 2 7 B = @ r t f f f r f f f b f r f f n r f r f & 3 & % % 2 & 3 3 & 4 4 & 2 3 4 / f & 4 4 & 2 3 4 / 4 ) & & % 4 / 2 5 7 . & & & / $ 2 4 / 8 6 & + n b & 3 & $ 5 % & 9 / 5 2 5 , & % % 2 & 3 3 % % 9 4 & 0 ) / & 5 # & 2 & 3 + 4 ) 3 3 / 7 & $ 6 & 2 9 9 / 5 2 & 4 4 & 2 % % 3 $ 5 3 3 9 1 5 & 3 4 / 3 # / 5 4 4 7 4 ) 9 / 5 t t J ) 6 7 A 7 A B 6 3 ; 3 A A / 5 3 G = C 6 3 / @ 2 4 @ = ; B 6 3 0 3 5 7 < < 7 < 5 3 A 6 = C : 2 : = D 3 = < 3 / < = B 6 3 @ n L r = 6 < r r $ + f r r r t r n r b t n t f t r r n f t t t t f f t f t r r t f t t t t b t t t f t r r n t t t r t t f t r f t f f f t f b n % # " # $ n # t b t b n f r % & % # $ # % $ % b # $ # % $ $ f % # # $ # % # " " ! t n n n n r b n r % C @ + 7 3 E E 7 : : @ 3 B C @ < < 3 F B E 3 3 9 n 3 / A 9 3 2 ( C E / < < 3 3 @ G / < 2 ( C E / < < 3 3 3 A B 6 3 4 = : t : = E 7 < 5 ? C 3 A B 7 = < A B = 1 : = A 3 = C B 2 7 A 1 C A A 7 = < = < B 6 3 E 3 B 2 @ G 7 A t A C 3 n 3 @ 3 / @ 3 B 6 3 7 @ @ 3 A > = < A 3 A n r t t b b n t r b n n r + = B 7 < 5 B = 9 3 3 > = C @ 2 @ G A B / B C A E 7 : : / : : = E C A B = ; / 7 < t B / 7 < B 6 3 4 / ; 7 : G t 4 @ 7 3 < 2 : G / B ; = A > 6 3 @ 3 B 6 / B 3 F 7 A B A 7 < = C @ 1 = C < B G n B E 7 : : / : A = E 3 : 1 = ; 3 @ 3 A > = < A 7 0 : 3 0 C A 7 < 3 A A 5 @ = E B 6 B 6 / B E 7 : : > @ = 2 C 1 3 3 1 = < = ; 7 1 5 @ = E B 6 b E 6 7 : 3 / : A = @ 3 7 < 4 = @ 1 7 < 5 = C @ D / : C 3 A n 6 / < 5 7 < 5 B 6 3 A B / B C A = 4 ( C E / < < 3 3 = C < B G 4 @ = ; 2 @ G B = E 3 B E 7 : : < = B 0 @ 7 < 5 5 / 7 < B = = C @ 1 = C < B G 3 7 B 6 3 @ 3 1 = < = ; 7 1 / : : G = @ ; = @ / : : G n t n b n n r n 3 1 / < 3 F > 3 1 B A 7 5 < 7 4 7 1 / < B ; = @ / : 0 3 < 3 4 7 B A b 6 3 / : B 6 G A = t 1 7 / : 0 3 < 3 4 7 B A b > = A 7 B 7 D 3 2 = ; 3 A B 7 1 0 3 < 3 4 7 B A / < 2 3 < : 7 5 6 B 3 < 7 < 5 A > 7 @ 7 B C / : 0 3 < 3 4 7 B A n ) 6 3 : 7 A B 7 A 7 < 3 F 6 / C A B 7 0 : 3 n ) 6 3 $ / B 7 = < / : 7 5 6 E / G ) @ / 4 4 7 1 ( / 4 3 B G 2 ; 7 < n $ ) ( A B / B 3 A B 6 / B 7 < 5 3 < 3 @ / : b E 6 3 < / : 1 = 6 = : > C @ 1 6 / A 3 A / @ 3 1 = < D 3 < 7 3 < B / < 2 3 / A 7 t : G / 1 1 3 A A 7 0 : 3 7 < / 5 7 D 3 < 1 = ; ; C < 7 B G b > 3 = > : 3 2 @ 7 < 9 ; = @ 3 / < 2 B 6 / B @ / B 3 A = 4 / : 1 = 6 = : @ 3 : / B 3 2 > @ = 0 : 3 ; A / @ 3 6 7 5 6 3 @ n ) 6 3 @ 3 7 A / 1 3 @ B / 7 < 7 < < = 1 3 < 1 3 B 6 / B E 3 : = D 3 / 0 = C B ( C E / < < 3 3 = C < B G / < 2 2 = < = B E / < B B = : = A 3 n B A 3 3 ; A = 0 D 7 = C A B = C A B 6 / B ; = @ 3 / : 1 = 6 = : E 7 : : 1 @ 3 / B 3 ; = @ 3 / : 1 = 6 = : @ 3 : / B 3 2 > @ = 0 t : 3 ; A n 3 ; / 7 < 7 < 5 2 @ G E 7 : : 9 3 3 > ( C E / < < 3 3 = C < B G B 6 3 1 = C < B G B 6 / B E 3 6 / D 3 9 < = E < / < 2 : = D 3 2 4 = @ 2 3 1 / 2 3 A n % C @ 1 = C < B G 6 = A B A < C ; 3 @ = C A G = C B 6 1 / ; > A b / B 6 : 3 B 7 1 > @ = 5 @ / ; A / < 2 4 / ; 7 : G t = @ 7 3 < B 3 2 / 1 B 7 D 7 B 7 3 A B 6 / B / @ 3 3 4 4 3 1 B 7 D 3 n < A B 3 / 2 = 4 4 7 < / < 1 7 < 5 B 6 3 1 = A B = 4 B 6 3 A 3 B G > 3 A = 4 E 6 = : 3 A = ; 3 G = C B 6 / 1 t B 7 D 7 B 7 3 A b E 3 4 / 1 3 B 6 3 > = A A 7 0 7 : 7 B G = 4 6 / D 7 < 5 B = > / G 4 = @ C < 2 3 @ t / 5 3 2 1 @ 7 ; 7 < / : / 1 B 7 D 7 B 7 3 A / < 2 = @ G = C B 6 4 C : = 4 4 3 < A 3 A B 6 / B / 1 t 1 = ; > / < G B 6 3 > @ 3 A 3 < 1 3 = 4 C < 2 3 @ t / 5 3 2 @ 7 < 9 7 < 5 n b n n r n f n f n f ) 6 3 2 @ G A B / B C A = 4 = C @ 1 = C < B G 6 / A < = B A B = > > 3 2 0 C A 7 t < 3 A A 3 A 4 @ = ; 1 = ; 7 < 5 B = ( C E / < < 3 3 = C < B G n ) @ / 1 B = @ ( C > > : G b % 3 7 : : G C B = & / @ B A b / < 2 = : : / @ 3 < 3 @ / : 6 / D 3 / : @ 3 / 2 G : = t 1 / B 3 2 7 < ( C E / < < 3 3 = C < B G n / F 0 G A b ( = < < G A / @ 0 3 ? C 3 / < 2 / / > / < 3 A 3 @ 3 A B / C @ / < B 6 / D 3 > @ = ; 7 A 3 2 B 6 3 G / @ 3 = < B 6 3 7 @ E / G n ) 6 3 A 3 / @ 3 3 A B / 0 : 7 A 6 ; 3 < B A B 6 / B E 3 @ 3 < = B 6 7 < 2 3 @ 3 2 0 G = C @ 2 @ G A B / B C A n ) 6 3 ( 3 < A C A C @ 3 / C A B / B 3 A B 6 / B / D 3 @ / 5 3 @ C @ / : E 3 B 1 = C < B 7 3 A 7 < B 6 3 ( 5 @ 3 E n 3 1 = < = ; 7 1 / : : G 0 3 t B E 3 3 < B 6 3 G 3 / @ A f f f / < 2 f r f n ) 6 3 / D 3 @ / 5 3 3 1 = < = ; 7 1 5 @ = E B 6 = 4 / @ C @ / : 2 @ G 1 = C < B G E / A ; = @ 3 B 6 / < B 6 @ 3 3 B 7 ; 3 A B 6 / B / B r n r n ) 6 3 A 3 D 3 < > = = @ 3 A B 1 = C < B 7 3 A 7 < : = @ 7 2 / / @ 3 / : 6 = C < b 7 F 7 3 b 3 < 2 @ G b = : ; 3 A b / @ 2 3 3 b < 7 = < / < 2 / ; 7 : B = < / : : E 3 B 1 = C < B 7 3 A n : = @ 7 2 / 6 / A = < : G = < 3 1 = C < B G = < ; 3 @ 7 1 / A B = > r f f > = = @ 3 A B 1 = C < B 7 3 A : 7 A B / < 2 7 B 7 A / ; 7 : t B = < = C < B G / E 3 B 1 = C < B G n ) 6 3 4 / 1 B A / @ 3 B 6 / B 1 @ 7 ; 3 @ / B 3 A / @ 3 6 7 5 6 3 @ 7 < E 3 B 1 = C < B 7 3 A b C < 3 ; > : = G ; 3 < B @ / B 3 A / @ 3 6 7 5 6 t 3 @ 7 < E 3 B 1 = C < B 7 3 A b / < 2 B 6 3 @ 3 / @ 3 ; = @ 3 > 3 = > : 3 : 7 D 7 < 5 C < 2 3 @ B 6 3 > = D 3 @ B G : 3 D 3 : 7 < E 3 B 1 = C < B 7 3 A n : A = b B 6 3 ; = < 3 G B 6 / B B 6 7 A A > 3 1 7 / : @ 3 4 3 @ 3 < 2 C ; / : = < 3 6 / A 1 = A B = C @ 1 = C < B G 7 A b f f f n B / B / F @ / B 3 = 4 A 3 D 3 < 1 3 < B A = < B 6 3 2 = : : / @ b E 7 B 6 = < : G = < 3 1 3 < B = < B 6 3 2 = : : / @ 1 = ; 7 < 5 0 / 1 9 4 @ = ; : 7 ? C = @ A / : 3 A B = B 6 3 1 = C < B G b ( C E / < < 3 3 E 7 : : 6 / D 3 B = 1 = < A C ; 3 b f f = 4 : 7 ? C = @ > 3 @ 2 / G 4 = @ 4 7 D 3 G 3 / @ A 8 C A B B = > / G 4 = @ B 6 7 A A > 3 1 7 / : 0 / : t : = B @ 3 4 3 @ 3 < 2 C ; n ) 6 3 < C ; 0 3 @ A 8 C A B 2 = < = B E = @ 9 B = = C @ / 2 t D / < B / 5 3 n t n r f n r n f n f = C 0 3 B 6 3 8 C 2 5 3 n : 1 = 6 = : 7 A / 4 / 1 B = @ 7 < B 6 3 4 = : : = E t 7 < 5 = 4 / : : 4 3 : = < 7 3 A b = 4 1 6 7 : 2 / 0 C A 3 1 / A 3 A b r = 4 @ / > 3 1 / A 3 A b r = 4 4 3 ; / : 3 0 / B B 3 @ G 1 / A 3 A b = 4 A B / 0 0 7 < 5 A / < 2 = 4 6 = ; 7 1 7 2 3 A n < @ 3 1 3 < B G 3 / @ A 7 B 6 / A 0 3 3 < 2 = 1 C t ; 3 < B 3 2 B 6 / B B 6 3 @ 3 7 A r ; = @ 3 < 3 5 : 7 5 3 < B ; / < A : / C 5 6 B 3 @ 7 < E 3 B 1 = C < B 7 3 A = D 3 @ 2 @ G 1 = C < B 7 3 A n ) 6 3 @ 3 7 A r f ; = @ 3 A B = : 3 < > @ = > 3 @ B G 7 < E 3 B 1 = C < B 7 3 A b ; = @ 3 D / < 2 / : 7 A ; 7 < E 3 B 1 = C < B 7 3 A b / < 2 f ; = @ 3 E 3 / > = < A D 7 = : / B 7 = < A 7 < E 3 B 1 = C < B 7 3 A n ) 6 3 1 : / 7 ; B 6 / B = C @ > @ = 0 : 3 ; 7 < ( C E / < < 3 3 = C < B G E 7 : : 0 3 A = : D 3 2 0 G / < 7 < 1 @ 3 / A 3 2 > @ 3 A 3 < 1 3 = 4 / : 1 = 6 = : ; / 9 3 A < = A 3 < A 3 B = C A n A > 3 1 7 / : : G A 7 < 1 3 ; = @ 3 B 6 / < 6 / : 4 = 4 1 / @ E @ 3 1 9 A 6 / > > 3 < E 7 B 6 7 < 4 7 D 3 ; 7 : 3 A = 4 6 = ; 3 / < 2 / 4 C : : f E 7 B 6 7 < B 3 < ; 7 : 3 A n & = 7 < B 0 3 7 < 5 b @ 3 5 / @ 2 : 3 A A = 4 E 6 3 @ 3 B 6 3 / : 1 = 6 = : 7 A > C @ 1 6 / A 3 2 b A B / B 7 A B 7 1 A > @ = D 3 B 6 / B E @ 3 1 9 A = 1 1 C @ 1 : = A 3 B = 6 = ; 3 n r t t b b b t r b n + = B 3 @ A A 6 = C : 2 D = B 3 % A 3 : : 7 < 5 7 < B = F 7 1 / B 7 < 5 : 7 ? C = @ A b E 7 < 3 A = @ 0 3 3 @ 1 = < B / 7 < 7 < 5 ; = @ 3 B 6 / < n > 3 @ 1 3 < B = 4 / : 1 = t 6 = : 0 G D = : C ; 3 = < B 6 3 0 / : : = B 0 3 1 / C A 3 B 6 7 A 7 < 7 B 7 / B 7 D 3 7 A / 0 = C B 1 @ 3 / B 7 < 5 = > > = @ B C < 7 B 7 3 A 4 = @ ; = @ 3 8 = 0 A 7 < ( C E / < < 3 3 = C < B G 0 G 3 < 2 7 < 5 > @ = 6 7 0 7 B 7 = < / A E 3 9 < = E 7 B n > > @ = D 7 < 5 B 6 7 A 7 < 7 t B 7 / B 7 D 3 E 7 : : 0 3 5 7 < B 6 3 > @ = 1 3 A A B = @ 3 ; = D 3 = < 3 = 4 B 6 3 ; / < G : = < 5 A B / < 2 7 < 5 7 ; > 3 2 7 ; 3 < B A B = 5 @ = E B 6 7 < = C @ 1 = ; ; C < 7 B G n 6 = / @ 3 E 3 9 7 2 2 7 < 5 b ( C E / < < 3 3 = C < B G 7 A / : @ 3 / 2 G E 3 B 3 8 C A B 1 / < B 0 C G E 7 < 3 = @ : 7 ? C = @ n ) 6 3 1 C @ @ 3 < B : / E 7 < ( C E / < < 3 3 = C < B G > : / 1 3 A / 0 C A 7 < 3 A A 2 3 D 3 : = > ; 3 < B 1 = < t A B @ / 7 < B = < A = ; 3 3 F 7 A B 7 < 5 / < 2 A = ; 3 < 3 E 0 C A 7 < 3 A A 3 A B 6 / B > : / < B = 3 F > / < 2 = @ : = 1 / B 3 6 3 @ 3 n ) 6 7 A / < B 7 ? C / B 3 2 5 = D 3 @ < t ; 3 < B / : @ 3 5 C : / B 7 = < 7 < > : / 1 3 B = 2 / G b = < : G ; / F 7 ; 7 H 3 A = C @ 5 @ = E B 6 > = B 3 < B 7 / : 4 = @ ; = @ 3 0 3 3 @ 8 = 7 < B A n 3 < 3 3 2 B = @ 7 2 = C @ t A 3 : D 3 A = 4 B 6 7 A = C B 2 / B 3 2 5 = D 3 @ < ; 3 < B @ 3 A B @ 7 1 B 7 = < A = B 6 / B 0 C A 7 t < 3 A A 7 < ( C E / < < 3 3 = C < B G 1 / < 1 = ; > 3 B 3 = < / : 3 D 3 : 4 7 3 : 2 E 7 B 6 = C @ < 3 7 5 6 0 = @ 7 < 5 1 = C < B 7 3 A / < 2 A B / B 3 A n < B @ C B 6 b = C @ 1 = C < B G 2 = 3 A < = B @ 3 / : 7 H 3 / < G = 4 B 6 3 / 2 D / < t B / 5 3 A = 4 0 3 7 < 5 / B @ C : G 2 @ G 1 = C < B G b E 6 7 : 3 E 3 A C 4 4 3 @ / : : = 4 B 6 3 / 2 D 3 @ A 3 1 = < A 3 ? C 3 < 1 3 A / < 2 3 1 = < = ; 7 1 : 7 ; 7 B / B 7 = < A = 4 0 3 7 < 5 / 2 @ G 1 = C < B G n 4 E 3 E 3 @ 3 B @ C : G 2 @ G b B 6 3 @ 3 E = C : 2 0 3 < = A / : 3 A = 4 / : 1 = 6 = : K > 3 @ 7 = 2 n > 3 @ A = < E 6 = 7 A 5 = 7 < 5 B = 2 @ 7 < 9 = @ 2 @ 7 < 9 B = 3 F 1 3 A A 1 / < 2 = A = E 7 B 6 B 6 3 B G > 3 A = 4 / : 1 = 6 = : : 3 5 / : : G / D / 7 : / 0 : 3 B = > C @ 1 6 / A 3 / < 2 1 = < A C ; 3 6 3 @ 3 B = 2 / G n ) 6 3 ; = A B 7 ; > = @ B / < B 3 1 = < = ; 7 1 : 7 ; 7 B / B 7 = < 7 A : = A A = 4 > = B 3 < B 7 / : 5 @ = E B 6 B 6 / B 1 = C : 2 0 3 A > C @ @ 3 2 0 G ; = @ 3 2 7 D 3 @ A 3 / < 2 C > A 1 / : 3 2 7 < 7 < 5 / < 2 : = 2 5 7 < 5 = > B 7 = < A < 3 / @ t r f / < 2 t 7 < / 2 2 7 B 7 = < B = = B 6 3 @ / @ 3 / A = 4 B 6 3 1 = C < B G n ) 6 3 : = A A = 4 B 6 3 A 3 2 7 < 7 < 5 3 A B / 0 : 7 A 6 ; 3 < B A @ 3 A C : B A 7 < B 6 3 : = A A = 4 B / F @ 3 D 3 < C 3 A n 3 E 3 @ 2 7 < 7 < 5 = > B 7 = < A = 0 D 7 = C A : G @ 3 A C : B 7 < / : 3 A A D 7 0 @ / < B 3 1 = < = ; 7 1 1 = ; ; C < 7 B G B 6 / B 1 = C : 2 / B B @ / 1 B > @ = 4 3 A A 7 = < / : A E 6 = / @ 3 < = E 1 6 = = A 7 < 5 B = @ 3 A 7 2 3 / < 2 2 = 0 C A 7 < 3 A A 7 < / 9 3 7 B G = @ / < = B 6 3 @ ; = @ 3 > @ = 5 @ 3 A A 7 D 3 1 7 B G n 2 ; 7 B B 3 2 : G 0 3 1 = ; 7 < 5 / E 3 B 1 = C < B G 7 A < = B / < 7 ; ; 3 2 7 / B 3 > / < / 1 3 / 4 = @ / : : = 4 ( C E / < < 3 3 = C < B G A 3 1 = < = ; 7 1 7 : : A n = E 3 D 3 @ b 5 = 7 < 5 E 3 B = > 3 < A B 6 3 2 = = @ 4 = @ 0 C A 7 < 3 A A = > > = @ B C t < 7 B 7 3 A B = ; / 9 3 ( C E / < < 3 3 = C < B G / 6 = ; 3 4 = @ B 6 3 B G > 3 A = 4 2 7 < 7 < 5 3 A B / 0 : 7 A 6 ; 3 < B A B 6 / B E = C : 2 ; / 9 3 B 6 3 1 = C < B G ; = @ 3 7 < D 7 B 7 < 5 B = B 6 3 B G > 3 A = 4 0 C A 7 < 3 A A 3 A / < 2 0 C A 7 < 3 A A > 3 = > : 3 B 6 / B ( C E / < < 3 3 = C < B G E / < B A B = / B B @ / 1 B n 3 1 / C A 3 ( C E / < t < 3 3 = C < B G > 3 @ ; 7 B A B 6 3 A / : 3 = 4 A = ; 3 / : 1 = 6 = : 7 1 0 3 D 3 @ / 5 3 A b 7 < A = ; 3 @ 3 A > 3 1 B A 2 3 4 3 < 2 7 < 5 ( C E / < < 3 3 = C < B G A A C > > = A 3 2 J 2 @ G L A B / B C A 7 A : 7 9 3 / @ 5 C 7 < 5 B 6 / B B 6 3 A / : 3 = 4 / r 5 / C 5 3 A 6 = B 5 C < = @ / r 5 / C 5 3 A 6 = B 5 C < 7 A > 3 @ ; 7 A A 7 0 : 3 b 0 C B B 6 3 A / : 3 = 4 / f 5 / C 5 3 A 6 = B 5 C < 7 A < = B > 3 @ ; 7 A A 7 0 : 3 n B 7 A < B : = 5 7 1 / : b B 6 3 : / E 2 7 2 < B ; / 9 3 A 3 < A 3 / B B 6 3 B C @ < = 4 B 6 3 f B 6 3 < B C @ G / < 2 7 B 2 = 3 A < B ; / 9 3 ; C 1 6 A 3 < A 3 B = 2 / G n $ % 7 A B 6 3 B 7 ; 3 B = ; = D 3 = C @ 1 = ; ; C < 7 B G 4 = @ E / @ 2 0 G 3 < 2 7 < 5 > @ = 6 7 0 7 B 7 = < 7 < ( C E / < < 3 3 = C < B G n D = B 3 % A 3 : : 7 < 5 0 G > / 1 9 / 5 3 / < 2 2 @ 7 < 9 7 A / D = B 3 4 = @ ; = D 7 < 5 ( C E / < < 3 3 = C < B G 4 = @ E / @ 2 t n b n n n ) 6 3 A B / B 3 = 4 : = @ 7 2 / 6 / A A 7 F B G t A 3 D 3 < 1 = C < B 7 3 A b 0 C B = < : G 4 7 D 3 1 = C < B 7 3 A @ 3 ; / 7 < / A 2 @ G 1 = C < B 7 3 A n ( C E / < < 3 3 = C < B G 7 A = < 3 = 4 B 6 @ 3 3 2 @ G 1 = C < B 7 3 A 7 < B 6 7 A @ 3 5 7 = < n ( 7 F B G t B E = 1 = C < B 7 3 A 7 < : = @ 7 2 / / < 2 B 6 3 ; / 8 = @ 7 B G = 4 1 = C < B 7 3 A B 6 @ = C 5 6 t = C B B 6 3 1 = C < B @ G 6 / D 3 ; / 2 3 B 6 3 : 3 / > B = 3 F > / < 2 B 6 3 7 @ 0 C A 7 t < 3 A A 1 : 7 ; / B 3 0 G 2 3 ; = < A B @ / B 7 < 5 B = : 7 9 3 : G 0 C A 7 < 3 A A > @ = A > 3 1 B A B 6 / B B 6 3 7 @ 1 = C < B G 7 A = > 3 < B = 5 @ = E B 6 n C B b @ 3 : 7 5 7 = < b : 7 4 3 A B G : 3 b 4 / ; 7 : G D / : C 3 A / @ 3 / : : = 4 B 3 < 1 7 B 3 2 0 G B 6 3 2 @ G / 2 D = 1 / B 3 A / A @ 3 / A = < A B 6 / B = < 3 A 6 = C : 2 D = B 3 B = 9 3 3 > ( C E / < < 3 3 = C < B G 2 @ G n 3 1 / C A 3 = 4 B 6 3 3 ; = B 7 = < B 6 / B B 6 7 A 7 A A C 3 3 D = 9 3 A 7 B 7 A = 4 t B 3 < 2 7 4 4 7 1 C : B B = 6 / D 3 / 1 7 D 7 : 1 = < D 3 @ A / B 7 = < / 0 = C B B 6 3 A C 0 8 3 1 B n & @ = 6 7 0 7 B 7 = < 2 7 2 < = B E = @ 9 7 < = C @ 1 = C < B @ G b 0 C B @ / B 6 3 @ 1 @ 3 / B 3 2 / A C 0 1 C : B C @ 3 7 < E 6 7 1 6 1 7 B 7 H 3 < A E 7 : : 7 < 5 : G 0 @ = 9 3 / : / E B 6 / B B 6 3 G 2 7 2 < = B / 5 @ 3 3 E 7 B 6 b E 6 7 : 3 C < 4 = @ B C < / B 3 : G 3 < @ 7 1 6 7 < 5 1 @ 7 ; 7 < / : A / < 2 2 3 > @ 7 D 7 < 5 B 6 3 5 = D 3 @ < ; 3 < B = 4 ; C 1 6 < 3 3 2 3 2 @ 3 D 3 < C 3 n ) 6 3 0 7 5 5 3 @ 7 A A C 3 4 = @ ( C E / < < 3 3 1 = C < B G 7 A 6 = E 0 3 A B B = 0 C 7 : 2 / < 2 5 @ = E / A C A B / 7 < / 0 : 3 3 1 = < = ; G B 6 / B > @ = D 7 2 3 A = > t > = @ B C < 7 B 7 3 A 4 = @ / : : = 4 = C @ 1 7 B 7 H 3 < A b 3 F > / < 2 A B 6 3 : = 1 / : B / F 0 / A 3 b / < 2 ; / 9 3 A ( C E / < < 3 3 1 = C < B G / J 2 3 A B 7 < / B 7 = < L 4 = @ 3 1 = t B = C @ 7 A ; / < 2 G = C < 5 > @ = 4 3 A A 7 = < / : A n C B 4 7 @ A B b E 3 6 / D 3 B = @ 3 t ; = D 3 B 6 3 : = < 5 A B / < 2 7 < 5 A B 7 5 ; / B 6 / B ( C E / < < 3 3 = C < B G 7 A / < B 7 t 5 @ = E B 6 n 3 ; = D 7 < 5 B 6 3 2 @ G A B / B C A E = C : 2 = > 3 < B 6 3 n n f n r t n

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FRIDAY, AUGUST 12, 2011 SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT /LIVE OAK PAGE 7A Mansion for a year or two. What happens after the couple of years expire? Once again, the taxpayers will get the bill. Where on earth does the council think this new money to pay for maintenance and upkeep will come from? I say rescind the vote to acquire the Mansion and cancel the hiring of a CRA Director. In regards to those that have written in favor of taking away State employees benefits their tone sounds like jealousy. We all make a decision after HS to go to college or not and what our careers would be, and accepted the terms of our current job. The majority of the “median income” for our county doesn’t have advanced degrees and our State employees who have paid their dues to go to college and receive specialized training are at the lowest end of the salary range for holding college degrees. These benefits made them feel like it was all worth it, even though their income isn’t what other professionals make with the same level of training. They’ll tell you the main decision to hold thee jobs were the benefits, which almost don’t exist. The previous State retirement system was ONE system that worked and was managed effectively. Now we’ve taken from it in order to fix other areas that didn’t work. Like “everyone else,” let THEM decide if they want to contribute, how much, or find their own retirement plan. A sudden, mandatory contribution taken out of their paychecks didn’t give them any time to budget for NOW. Just ask the administrators in the middle schools ... We all know that some elementary teachers do not know how to teach or do not know the subject matter as so many rising sixth graders come without knowing what should have been learned in k-5. Perhaps, looking at the test scores of their students and testing the k-5 teachers would be a start in removing them from the classrooms. Parents are not blameless. Parents of those under-performing students should be actively involved in helping their children get and stay on grade level. Kudos to the teachers in Suwannee County who have already been working on their own time to get ready for the upcoming school year. We are fortunate to live in a county where teachers take their jobs seriously and do an outstanding job. Concerning the downtown tree situation. The Bradford Pear trees planted there about twenty years ago were the perfect urban landscape tree. They are drought tolerant. The leaves turn red at Christmas time and they get white flowers in spring. They were never pruned properly. They were supposed to be cut back and shaped up every three to five years. This keeps them small to medium in size and also keeps the roots in check, instead unskilled workers cut off all the lower limbs, doing them more harm than good. After they got so tall, and gangly and out of control, the City removed them. Now the City Hall, will try those rapidly growing, nursery hybrid, that vaguely resemble the state tree. Yes, the ones that come up in our back yards all the time. It is not really about the palm trees. It is about wasted money and the potentially beautiful trees we lost. I would like to know that every time I go out Parshley Street to 129, there is a fire hydrant with no parking, and 90% of the time there is always people parked there to go to the post office. Now we had KFC with a fire and what would happen if the fire department had to hook up to it? Live Oak Police need to start giving these people a ticket an I am sure after a few of them, word would get around town where people would stop parking there. Thank you. TO: LOPD (ARREST FORTHCOMING IN BURGLARY) Wow, this is awesome! If I was the perp I would be in the wind by now. Good Luck finding him. Why do the Police Department publish all their information in the paper. Why don't you people publish it after the arrest. You may have very well screwed up your case now. I noticed this also when all the Hispanic robberies was going on. You had robberies, then the police publish an article and it gets quiet, then more robberies after a while and another article. You guys need to quit worrying about what people think and start dealing with the issues. I hope this makes it in the paper. I am really concerned about the way that the youth of our churches are being taught. Jesus came to be a servant to all. They are not taught anything about doing things for other people. They are taught to look forward to going to church because in the competition with the world, the churches made the youth expect their to be trips to to the beach or Wild Adventures or Disney World or things like this. They are not taught that there are people in the church, there are widow women that could use their help. I recently heard of a church recently in the state of Florida to this widows house, they cleaned house, they painted, they scraped, they did the landscaping, and they even washed her car and she was so grateful for it. And that is what children need to be taught. That is my opinion on it. Thank you very much. & Rant RaveContinued From Page 6ATHE LAST WORD doors for economic improvement and reduce the need for Suwannee County to rely on state and national funding. Existing business such as the Brown Lantern, Mickey L’s, the Holiday Inn and others will be able to enhance their profit margins while also providing their staff an opportunity to increase their personal income. Prospective businesses will be more likely to invest in the community. But, without the ability to serve wine and other alcoholic drinks, there are very few restaurants or lodging establishments that are willing to make an investment in the county or expand their current operations in order to bring diverse cuisine to the local citizens and visitors. Anyone who has ever run a class eatery outside of Suwannee County will confirm that they made about $3.00 on a $20.00 meal and about $4.00 on a single mixed drink. If you don’t drink alcohol, it is all the better for you because your meals will be cheaper. An improved restaurant “scene” is often instrumental in reviving a town center, encouraging young professionals to purchase homes and live in an area that can provide not only reasonably priced housing and a wonderful natural environment but a vibrant social life. Live Oak and Suwannee County are in danger of losing more jobs, citizens and tax base if it does not decide to maximize its assets and attempt to compete on a more equal footing. There is no silver bullet that will help revitalize the county but a vote FOR selling by package and drink on this issue will help to eliminate some of the barriers to growth and improve the quality of life for all citizens in the county. Remember, voters must vote For selling on Question #1 and vote by package and DRINK on Question #2 in order to open opportunities to expand our dining options. Q. If Suwannee County goes wet what kind of effect will it have on the local economy? This is not a referendum about “personal” choice and what is good for the individual. It is not about whether any individual approves or disapproves of the consumption of alcohol. It is a referendum about “community” and “opportunity”. It’s about opportunity for community growth; opportunity for business development; opportunity for increased real estate taxes; and opportunity for increased shares of sales tax revenues, and more! Failure to vote wet is a vote for personal self interest and not community interest. Here’s why. All real estate values will increase and the property tax base will be significantly increased over time. How many 240 acre farms with agricultural exemptions or mobile homes with homestead exemptions will it take to equal the real estate taxes from 2 acres with a 10,000 square foot restaurant – not to mention the employment and sales tax generated by the latter? One of our Campaign TEAM members researched Applebee’s and Ruby Tuesday in Lake City. Both businesses employ 45-60 people. In 1 year Applebee’s contributed $3,031,800 in tax revenues to the Columbia County community. In addition, Applebee’s presence in that community helps to grow the tourism industry and that economic impact reaches further into the community and tourism is a great way to expand and diversify our economy. In addition to the advantages of direct employment and related support employment being a “beer only” county are a significant detriment to attracting manufacturing, distribution and other better paying employers in these industries. Additionally, there are a number of existing businesses hanging on by the skin of their teeth that face a high probability of going under without some kind of economic stimulus. Let’s face it, in the current political environment we can no longer anticipate that stimulus coming from the federal, state, and local governments. Moreover, it is difficult to put an exact figure on economic benefits. But we do know, by ending prohibition, we remove an impediment to growth that will increase the likelihood of prospective businesses to locate here. One aspect of the economics within our control is part of this vote. If the vote is For selling by package and drink we will be able to expand our dining options by creating a progrowth business climate for chain restaurants to consider locating here. The number of licenses available will be unlimited to restaurants that have 2500 square feet of seating capacity; ability to serve 150 people at one sitting; they derive 51% of their sales from food. If these businesses also meet planning and zoning restrictions on location and department of health requirements, then we could see a great number of new restaurants opening in Suwannee County. Not to mention, hotels, golf courses, bowling alleys, and other businesses will have expanded licensing capability. If the vote is For selling by package only, then only 5 new “package” licenses will be available. These licenses will be issued by lottery conducted by the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation. Folks who qualify to participate in the lottery may make application, pay a $100 application fee and participate in the process. Once the licenses are selected, then we will see only five licenses issued. So this option is not an option that will expand dining options and sales opportunities to great extent in Suwannee County. To realize the maximum opportunity for new business development we need your vote For sales by package AND DRINK! Finally, detractors or opponents have asked “What guarantee do we have that a national restaurant will build here if it goes wet?” The simple and realistic answer is none. Any business will make the decision to locate in Suwannee County based on their economic model and business forecast. However, having the ability to sell wine and liquor does not automatically slam the door shut and eliminate our “opportunity” before they even begin crunching numbers. At least there will be an “opportunity” for the community to sell itself to the business. If you are not satisfied with the present “opportunities” presented to you or the prospects for your children in the future, voting “wet” increases your and their “opportunities” We challenge anyone to find one child that graduated from Suwannee High since 1947 that left the County because “the County was dry” The child left because there was not an “opportunity” for them in this community. Your vote FOR selling by package and DRINK is a vote for the opportunity to move Suwannee County forward. Q. What kind of impact will going wet have on local crime? Clearly this is not something anyone can predict. Factual statistics confirm elicit drinking and driving infractions are already higher in a “dry” Suwannee County as compared to the per capita numbers in “wet” counties. People intent on substance abuse to the extent of physical and mental impairment will always find something to create that feeling, be it beer, glue, cough syrup, cocaine, prescription drugs or distilled alcohol. Does anyone actually believe that limiting the sale of guns to those using .22 caliber bullets instead of .45 caliber bullets will reduce crimes involving firearms? A crime index comparison done in 2009 by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement found that Suwannee County had a significantly higher percentage of crimes in contrast to comparably populated wet counties. For those that have been fortunate enough to venture outside the boundaries of Suwannee County, you more than likely visited a WET location that is existing and prospering quite well while clearly preserving their religious values. Principally, because no community is crime resistant, all areas will have their share of crime whether wet or dry. But we want to address some specific myths circulating throughout the community. Opponents have suggested that drunk driving will increase if this passes. In fact when Santa Rosa County voted to go wet in 2005 DUI’s DECREASED. Three years prior to the election, Santa Rosa averaged 340 DUI’s per month. In the three years following the election, Santa Rosa’s DUI’s averaged 254 per month, a 25% decrease in DUI’s. This occurred during a time when the population increased by 15%. We also looked at the Florida Traffic Crash statistics, data that is available on the web on MyFlorida.com search the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicle database. We did a comparable analysis of relevant data. The facts are Dry counties have a higher incidence of alcohol related accidents than do wet counties in Florida. In Suwannee County, our current rate of alcohol related accidents is nearly DOUBLE the statewide average for WET counties. By remaining DRY we have a public safety issue. By outlawing the possession or consumption of higher proof alcohol in Suwannee County and causing people to drive to a county line to purchase beverages with a higher alcohol content, all Suwannee County has done to date is surrender the right to regulate the sale and in-store consumption of those beverages to the surrounding counties that sell to the citizens of Suwannee County and increase our incidence of alcohol related accidents. Moreover, in every instance cited by the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration, “dry counties” have a higher incidence of alcohol related traffic deaths than “wet counties”, 6.8 deaths per 10,000 versus 1.9 deaths per 10, 000. Depressed economies generally increase criminal activities. It makes sense that if a person cannot find work, they may be more likely to steal out of self preservation than they would if they were fully employed and earning a reasonable living. But, the accusations that crime will increase are unfounded. Third Circuit State Attorney Robert L. “Skip” Jarvis has stated that the impact of alcohol on Suwannee County appears “that having been “dry” has had little impact. A Vote FOR selling by package and DRINK to enhance public safety in Suwannee Continued From Page 6A 20092009 LICENSED DRIVERS DUI ARRESTS PERCENTAGE DRIVER POPULATION ARRESTED DUI TOTAL COLLISIONS BY COUNTY ALCOHOL RELATED COLLISIONS % COUNTY TOTAL ALCOHOL RELATEDLAFAYETTE 382050.13%361027.78% SUWANNEE 321871480.46%3765614.89%LIBERTY 4818310.64%751317.33% WASHINGTON 18174410.23%1922814.58% MADISON 12912470.36%2793813.62% DRY COUNTY TOTALS 719112721.82%95814515.14% WET COUNTY TOTALS 15484747627470.41%234820199408.49% STATE TOTAL 15556658630190.41%235778200858.52% VOTE! 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FRIDAY, AUGUST 12, 2011 SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT /LIVE OAK PAGE 9A Branfordfor Suwannee Housing Authority is accepting Housing applications. Call 1-800-664-5197, EHOEqual Housing Opportunity642362-FTo place your classified ad here call Rhonda at 386-362-1734 ext. 141674317F HOWARD SEPTIC TANK SERVICE INC MOBILE HOME DEMOLITION www.howardandsonsseptic.com P.O. BOX 180 Branford, FL 32006 (386) 935-1518 AEROBIC SYSTEMS PUMP OUT SERVICE PRE CAST SEPTIC TANKS DRAIN FIELDS RE LAID 670567RAV 670571dsv 9815 SW County Rd. Jasper, Fl. 32052 386-984-5128 Fax:386-638-9907 Simply the BestŽ67 2 77 3ga v Church Directory Hatch Bend Apostolic Church Pastor Steve Boyd Church 935-2806 Hm. 935-0125 Sunday Worship........................10:00 a.m. Wednesday...................................7:30 p.m. First Baptist Church Dan Main, Pastor Church 935-1363 Sunday School...............................9:00 a.m. Morning Worship.........................10:15 a.m. Youth Discipliship..........................5:00 p.m. Sunday Evening.............................6:00 p.m. Wed.-Prayer Meeting....................6:30 p.m. 681299-F Burlington Santa Fe Church of Christ Evangelist Ken Campbell 935-1532 Bible School...............................10:00 a.m. Worship Service.........................11:00 a.m. Bible Hour....................................5:00 p.m. Worship Service..........................6:00 p.m. Wed.-Bible Study.........................7:00 p.m. 644296-F Living Springs Family Worship Center Pastor Charles Istre Church 935-1713 www.livingspringsfwc@windstream.net Sunday School . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9:30 a.m. Morning Service . . . . . . . . . . . 10:30 a.m. Wed. Family Night & OPEN Youth Ministries Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7:00 p.m. 644297-F 644294-F Branford United Methodist Church Lerbie Alligood 935-1653 Sunday Sunday School . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9:30 a.m. Church Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10:45 a.m. Wednesday Bible Study . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5:30 p.m. 644295-F Peace Baptist Church S.B.C. John R. York 935-4681 € 7794 E. US Hwy 27 Services Each Sunday Bible Study . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10:00 a.m. Worship . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11:00 a.m. Worship . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7:00 p.m. Wednesday Prayer & Bible Study . . . . . . . . 7:00 p.m. 668449-F This space could be your church listing or business, for more information call Nancy at 386-362-1734 San Juan Catholic Mission Reverand Sebastian George For information call 935-2632 Sunday Mass.....................................9:30 a.m. Wednesday Mass..............................6:00 p.m. 644298-F According to Nobles, this is just a formality and he has mediated issues in the past. “This is nothing unusual,” he explained. “I’ve tried to do it before, to try to mediate some resolution to problems we might have. First of all, it will save us money. If we can resolve these situations, it will keep you (the council) out of a very uncomfortable, unpleasant situation.” Prior to the additional step, the appellant would file the grievance with the mayor. If the appeal was in order, the mayor would then forward a copy to the city administrator and make arrangements with the City Council for a hearing. After the vote at Tuesday night’s City Council meeting, the mayor will now be the mediator between the city administrator and the terminated employee. Nobles stated at the meeting, however, that he would mediate regardless of the council’s approval. “If you want to take it out, I am still going to do it,” he said. Councilman Adam Prins, who was the only vote against the measure, expressed his concern with Nobles. “Well that’s great. Whether it is policy or not, you are still going to to do it,” Prins questioned. “Why would the mayor, who represents the city, be the mediator for two city employees. It needs to be a hearing officer or some sort of judicial officer that mediates that.” Nobles replied, “It is an attempt to try to resolve it [the grievance] before it comes to council. The council’s position is the same as it has always been,” City Administrator Bob Farley said the City Council may back his decision or overrule it. “The situation is normally handled between the city administrator and the department head. It should be based on policy. The city administrator makes the final call for termination,” he said.Nobles will mediate city personnel grievances Continued From Page 1A be constructed at the southwest corner of the park and will be open during all downtown events. “Still, there will be times that we will need to rent portable toilets for the larger events, such as Christmas on the Square. Although this facility will only accommodate one person, it should be adequate for most events,” Farley said. With the anticipation of an increase in downtown events, Farley is confident the unisex facility will prove cost efficient due to the expense of renting portable restrooms. The 120 square feet restroom facility is being funded through the Community Redevelopment Agency, according to Farley. The funds result from city and county taxes, based on the 1996 tax roll. The dollars made available to CRA each year fluctuate based on the current year’s property values and are made available when taxes exceed the 1996 tax roll base. In addition to a new restroom facility, residents will soon notice new palm trees planted within the next few weeks. The tree project is expected to take only two days and the work is planned to be done at night. According to Farley, the Florida Department of Transportation is currently reviewing a maintenance agreement concerning the project and the trees should be planted within 30 days. Farley also noted that a new city parking lot will be designed shortly between Warren and Wilbur streets. The parking lot will add 51 parking spaces to the downtown area, three of which will be handicap accessible. On the horizonContinued From Page 1A “There is a flat charge of $2.45.” Non-profits to receive money from 2011-12 budget The City Council approved several non-profits to receive city funds from the 2011-12 budget. The budgeted amounts to each agency has not yet been determined. The city gives almost $30,000 to local nonprofits under the current budget. The 2010-11 budget is $15,320,140. The proposed 2011-12 budget is $15,558,196, which is slightly more than the previous year’s due to higher health insurance rates from Blue Cross Blue Shield, a 19 percent increase from last budget season for the same amount of coverage, Parkhurst explained. She also said that anticipated rising gas prices are a factor as well. The agencies to receive funds are: Suwannee Valley Community Coordinated Childcare, Comprehensive Community Services Inc., Suwannee County Police Athletic League, Vivid Visions, Suwannee Valley Genealogical Society Inc., Live Oak Artist Guild, Suwannee Historical Commission and Suwannee Museum Association. According to City Attorney Erny Sellers, these agencies are not legally required to report their budgets to the city. A recessed meeting will be held at 5:30 p.m. on Aug. 25, in the conference room at City Hall.City Council wrap-upContinued From Page 1A thy causes will benefit from the Aug. 27 event. “It is a night that everyone enjoys and feels good about what they are doing,” according to Live Oak Police Chief Buddy Williams. The festivities will begin at 7 p.m. that evening and 50 tickets remain available at only $40 per ticket. Opportunities are available for anyone wishing to become a sponsor of the event. There are four categories of sponsorship. The $1,000 sponsorship of the gold sponsor entitles the sponsor to eight event tickets, while the $500 sponsorship of the ruby sponsor entitles the sponsor to four event tickets. For a $250 sponsorship, a sapphire sponsor will be entitled to two event tickets. The $100 sponsorship of the emerald sponsor offers prominent on-site signage at the event and mention in the program. “Sponsorship is coming in really well,” Williams said. “Even in tough times, people have dug deep and pulled through in support of this event.” The four programs that will benefit from this year’s charity ball are all local and include Suwannee Foundation for Excellence in Education Inc., Guardian Ad-Litem, The Gary Edwards Memorial Fund and Live Oak Police Department Community Outreach Program. “This is one of the few fundraisers that proceeds stay right here in Live Oak,” Williams said. According to Williams, the charity ball usually nets around $20,000 each year. “We usually put about $15,000 back into the community, leaving enough funds to organize the event following year,” he explained. It’s going to be a ballContinued From Page 1A John Henry Scott Aug. 8, 2011 J ohn Henry Scott, 65, a Tallahassee resident and Live Oak native, went home to be with his Savior on Monday, Aug. 8, 2011. Before moving to Tallahassee nine years ago, Mr. Scott had been a longtime resident of Miami where he was a school resource specialist in the Miami-Dade School District. John was a combat Army veteran, having served in Vietnam. He also was a devout member of Mt. Zion AME Church in Lloyd. Funeral services will be 11 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 13, 2011 at St. Phillip AME Church, U.S. 27 South Monticello. Burial with military honors will be at Oakfield Cemetery. Viewing-visitation will be Friday, 3-8 p.m. at TILLMAN OF MONTICELLO (850997-5553). John’s love and memory will be forever cherished by his devoted wife of 41 years, Rosebud Hughes Scott; son, John Corey Scott both of Tallahassee, Fla.; sisters Nellie Brown, San Diego, Calif. and Frances Manker of Live Oak, Fla., along with numerous other relatives and friends. He was predeceased by his father, John Scott; mother, Nellie Lawrence Scott; brothers, John Calvin Scott and Dewey Ford; and his sister, Bertha Ware. Tillman Funeral Home, Monticello, Florida is in charge of arrangements. Connie Grace Horne July 4, 1975 July 27, 2011 C onnie Grace Horne, 36, passed away on July 27, 2011. She was a lifelong resident of Live Oak and worked as a CNA. Connie attended Christ Central Ministries of Live Oak, Fla. She is survived by her husband: Joseph R. Horne, Live Oak, Fla.; mother: Alethia 'Sissy' Love, Live Oak, Fla.; daughter: Gracelynn Horne, Live Oak, Fla.; sons: Darren Robinson, Brandon Hucko, Randy Hucko and Cameron Horne, all of Live Oak, Fla.; sister: Gail Bell, Live Oak, Fla.; maternal grandmother: Doris O'Neal, Lake City, Fla.; paternal grandmother: Betty Love, Dowling Park, Fla. The family will hold a service at a later date. Please sign the guestbook at www.danielsfuneralhome.com. Arrangements by Daniels Funeral Homes & Crematory, Inc., Live Oak & Branford, Fla. Faye Marie Barrington Williams June 19, 1925 Aug. 9, 2011Faye Marie Barrington Williams passed away on Tuesday, Aug. 9, 2011. She was 86-years-old. Faye was born on June 19, 1925 to John Evan and Sallie Barrington. She grew up working on the family’s farm, but left home at an early age. She moved to Jacksonville and was hired at the Federal Reserve Bank as a money counter. She met a soldier named M.O. "Willie" Williams at a skating rink one afternoon and told her mother that she had met the man she would marry. They always said it really was "love at first site." Faye worked as a bookkeeper with various businesses. Her favorite position was working with Willie, at Gibbs Department Store. She retired from Gibbs after they built two layer chicken houses that kept her busy. After Willie’s death, she sold her farm and moved into town. She volunteered her time as a "Pink Lady" with the Auxiliary at Shands at Live Oak. She served as their treasurer and enjoyed working in the hospital’s gift shop. She developed close friendships with the sweet ladies who served with her. Many of those same ladies were also in her Sunday school class and all kept in close contact even after she moved to Suwannee Health Care Center. Faye was preceded in death by her parents, John Evan and Sallie Barrington, her husband, M.O. "Willie" Williams, her brothers, Foy Barrington, Calvin "Billy" Barrington and James "Jim" Barrington. She is survived by her brother, John Wayne (Linda Foye) Barrington of Live Oak. Her children, Stan (Beverly) Williams of Live Oak; daughter, Wendy (Mike) McKeithen of Fernandina Beach. Three grandchildren, Derrick (Kelly) Williams of Live Oak; Micah McKeithen and Matt McKeithen of Fernandina Beach and one great-grandchild, Copper Williams of Live Oak. Services were held Thursday, Aug. 11, 2011 at 11 a.m. in the chapel at Daniels Funeral Home in Live Oak. The family received friends and family one hour prior to the service at 10 a.m. in the chapel. Interment followed the service at the Philadelphia Baptist Church Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, the family request donations be made to the Ladies Auxiliary "Pink Ladies" Scholarship Fund at Shands Hospital at Live Oak with reference to Faye Williams. Daniels Funeral Homes & Crematory, Inc., of Live Oak and Branford, Fla. in charge of arrangements. Laura Mae Barwick Jan. 10, 1924 Aug. 8, 2011Laura Mae Barwick, 87, Dowling Park, Fla. passed away on Monday, Aug. 8, 2011 after a long illness. The Brooks County, Ga. native moved to Live Oak in 1964 from Jacksonville, Fla. She was a homemaker, loved quilt making, gardening, cooking for family and was a member of the Mt. Olive Church of Christ, Live Oak, Fla. She is survived by three sons: Laverne & Nancy Barwick, Live Oak, Fla., Wayne & Trish Barwick, Perry, Fla. and Donald & Brenda Barwick, Orlando, Fla.; One sister: Mary Ann Smith, Valdosta, Ga.; Six grandchildren and one great-grandchild. She was preceded in death by her husband: Eloy Lewis Barwick. Funeral services will be held 11 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 13, 2011 at the Mt. Olive Church of Christ with Mr. Melvin Barker officiating. Interment will follow in the church cemetery. Daniels Funeral Homes & Crematory, Inc., of Live Oak and Branford, Fla. in charge of arrangements. OBITUARIES J C Board of County Commissioners The Aug. 16 County Commission meeting will be held Aug. 17 at 4 p.m. due to the election.Cash saversCheck out www.suwanneedemocrat.com and click on Dollar Stretcher on the left for money saving tips from everyday people like you.

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n f b f b b t r f t r t r b r r n n n n t t n t r f r f b t & 3 0 @ 0 < C 1 4 < = > f n n # 9 A ) 9 A ? = 4 0 = > 4 @ 6 t n n 3 : : 0 8 0 / > 3 4 = : = > A 0 0 5 0 8 / > > 3 0 0 ? > 4 1 ? 6 % : 4 < 4 > 9 1 > 3 0 % ? A 8 8 0 0 ? = 4 # < 5 4 8 4 @ 0 5 6 < 4 8 2 4 8 2 9 ? > t t t t 1 8 = > 9 > 3 0 < 0 9 @ 0 < > 3 0 9 ? < = 0 9 1 > 3 < 0 0 / C = b 8 > 3 0 = 0 2 6 9 9 7 C / C = 9 1 1 4 8 8 4 6 / 9 A 8 > ? < 8 8 / = > 9 5 7 < 5 0 > / 0 6 4 8 0 = > 3 0 < 0 A = 6 4 > > 6 0 0 @ 4 / 0 8 0 9 1 > 3 > 4 8 % ? A 8 8 0 0 9 ? 8 > C / ? < 4 8 2 > 3 4 = 4 2 0 @ 0 8 > b 8 1 > 7 9 = > 9 1 > 3 0 1 8 = / < 9 @ 0 > 3 9 ? = 8 / = 9 1 7 4 6 0 = 9 < 1 6 0 A 4 8 1 9 < > 3 4 = 1 4 < = > f n n 8 / 1 0 = > 4 @ 6 3 0 6 / 9 8 > 3 0 8 5 = 9 1 > 3 0 1 7 9 ? = % ? A 8 8 0 0 $ 4 @ 0 < 4 8 6 9 < 4 / + = 6 < 2 0 = > : < 4 @ > 0 6 C 9 A 8 0 / 8 / 7 9 = > > 4 @ 0 7 ? = 4 : < 5 4 8 > 3 0 = 9 ? > 3 b ) 3 4 6 0 > 3 0 A > 0 < 6 0 @ 0 6 = 7 4 2 3 > 3 @ 0 0 0 8 4 > 6 9 A 9 8 > 3 0 % ? 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IF YOU ERASE OR USE ANY OTHER MARKS, YOUR VOTE MAY NOT COUNT.O OFFICIAL LOCAL OPTION ELECTION BALLOT SUWANNEE COUNTY, FLORIDA, AUGUST 16, 2011 Against Selling Intoxicating Liquors, Wines, or Beer containing more than 6 .243 percent of alcohol by volume INSTRUCTIONS: Local Option Election on T WO QUESTIONS: QUESTION NUMBER 1 i s to decide whether the sale of intoxicating liquors, wines, or beer containing more than 6.243 percent of alcohol by volume shall be prohibited or permitted in Suwannee County, Florida. QUESTION NUMBER 2 is to decide whether the sale of intoxicating liquors, wines, or beers hall be restricted to sales made in sealed containers, for consumption off the premises where sold, such sales being described as "Sales by the package." The results on question number 2 shall beeffective and binding only in thee vent a majority of those voting at the election shall cast their votes"For Selling Intoxicating Liquors, Wines, or Beer" containing more than 6.243 percent of alcohol by volume on question number 1. V ote on both questions! If you fail to vote on question number 1, your vote on question number 2 will not be counted! To vote, darken the oval at the left of your choice on each question: QUESTION NO. 1: Q UESTION NO. 2: For Sales by The Package and Drink F or Sales by the Package OnlyS UWANNEE COUNTYSTATE OF FLORIDAAUGUST 16, 2011 1 RECREATION CENTERTyp:01 Seq:0001 Spl:01 A A B B C C 7.7.0.0 / 012503-14 Election Systems & Software, Inc. 1981, 2002 t b b n& 9 1 4 8 / > 3 0 : < 0 4 8 > C 9 ? < 0 = ? : : 9 = 0 / > 9 @ 9 > 0 > @ 4 = 4 > = ? 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Section BFriday, August 12, 2011Suwannee Democrat SPORTS SPORTS 642815-F 1416 N. Ohio Ave., Live Oak 362-4724 JORDAN AGENCY, INC. J J The Suwannee Bulldogs 11-under travel ball team played in a huge 20 team Triple Crown tournament recently in Jacksonville and came away with the title. Here is a recap of their tournament. Game 1: Bulldogs 5, Crossfire 4 A strong pitching performance by Timmy Choe who went three scoreless innings. Suwannee also got great relief pitching performance from Drew Wilkerson and Austin Harris. Defensively, the outfield ran down some balls and made some great plays. Cody and Troy Myers as well as Dalton Croft really stepped up and prevented several scoring threats, said coach Josh Wiglesworth. Timely hitting carried Suwannee to a 5-4 victory over a very good Jacksonville Crossfire team. Game 2: Bulldogs 12, TPX Hitmen 11 This was a slugfest from the beginning. Suwannee hit from top to bottom led by their leadoff guy Wilkerson who was on base early and often. In the first the TPX Hitmen set the tone with three runs from the top of their lineup. Then in the bottom, Suwannee scored two with Wilkerson reaching on an error then was driven in by TJ Olivera tying the game at three. TPX scored three more runs in the top of the second putting Suwannee down 6-3. In the bottom half of the inning Suwannee plated 11 batters and scored seven runs. Timmy Choe and Blake Tedder drove in three runs and then Cole Frier had a two run single to bring the score to 10-6. The game kept going back and forth that ultimately ended in a tie, which forced a Texas tie breaker. In top half of the inning TPX Hitmen had runners on second and third with no outs but, Austin Harris struck out the next three batters in a row to end the threat. Suwannee then had Dalton Croft moved from second to third on a bunt and the game ended on a balk to force home the winning run to win the game 12-11 Game 3: Bulldogs 6, Crossfire 5 Suwannee got down early going in the top of the third trailing 4-0. However, the bats came alive scoring five in the third. The Bulldogs were led offensively by Austin Harris who hit a home run and a double. The real key to the game was the production from the bottom of the order. They really stepped up and delivered said coach Wiglesworth. Dalton Croft came up huge with a base clearing two out three run double that really set the tone for the game. Defensively, the Dogs were solid with Cole Frier making some tough plays at second base. The MVP of the game was no doubt Braxton Furry who threw all six innings for Suwannee leading them to the 6-5 victory. Game 4: Bulldogs 17, Blue Claws 2 Suwannee came into this game carrying momentum from the previous game after beating a really good Crossfire team. Timmy Choe threw two scoreless innings for the Bulldogs. The offense came early and often as the Bulldogs hit from top to bottom. Wilkerson, Olivera, Choe, Harris, Tedder, Frier, Croft, and both Myers brothers all made major contributions at the plate. “It was very impressive to see our guys get up there and take great approaches at the plate,” said coach Wiglesworth. The Bulldogs rolled to a 17-2 victory and advanced to the championship game Game 5: Bulldogs 6, Atlanta Monarchs 3 The key to this game was pitching and defense. Austin Harris started the championship game for Suwannee and held a tough Monarch team to three runs in four innings pitched. Austin threw great and kept a good hitting team off balance and really set the tone for a great game. Haris got a lot of help from his catcher TJ OlivBy Corey Davis corey.davis@gaflnews.com Like his friends and teammates, Corbin Wiggins, 17, should have been spending his summer on the basketball court or out on the baseball field. Instead, Wiggins was forced to sit on the sideline and cheer on his teammates. According to the Gilchrist County Journal, while undergoing a routine sports physical recently,BULLDOGS TAKE HOME TRIPLE CROWN TITLE The Suwannee Bulldogs 11-under travel team captured the Triple Crown baseball tournament recently in Jacksonville. -Photo: SubmittedBranford head coach Vernon Wiggins and players Joey Stilwell, Dalton Lamb and Jordan Gaylard attended the Corbin Wiggins baseball competition. -Photo: Corey Davis Wiggins’s pediatrician noticed a mass and referred him to a radiologist. Wiggins was sent to a urologist, who confirmed mixed germ cell carcinoma generated from testicular cancer. As if that wasn’t enough to deal with, while recovering from surgery which removed the mass, his family learned that he had four types of cancer, three of which can be treated with chemotherapy, while the fourth is more aggressive and growing rapidly and already into his lymph nodes around his kidneys. Wiggins had another surgery August 9 and may have to start chemotherapy after that depending on the results. He will be in the hospital four to five days at least according to his surgeon. An account has been set up to help cover his medical expenses at Capital City Bank in Trenton, while Drummond Community Bank is collecting gas and restaurant cards. According to Trenton Baseball coach Todd Bryant anyone wishing to help should make out checks to Capital City Bank note Corbin Wiggins. Barbecue dinners were sold July 21 in Trenton to help cover the costs, while local businesses, civic organizations and peers also stepped up to assist the family. Bryant along with the Rotary Club of Trenton helped organize a baseball skills competition July 29 at the Trenton High baseball field. According to Bryant, 14 area schools: Bell, Branford, Bronson, Buchholz, Chiefland, Dixie County, Hawthorne, Melody Christian, Newberry, Oak Hall, P.K. Yonge and Santa Fe competed in the event. Each school agreed to do their part by agreeing to contribute $100 to Wiggins fund. Teams competed in a speed contest (from second to home), a throwing contest (centerfield to home) and a home run derby. Branford coach Vernon Wiggins brought Joey Stilwell, Dalton Lamb and Jordan Gaylard to the event while Melody Christian coach Harvey Williams took AJ Smith, Derek Johnson and Murphy Chancey. “It was a positive experience for all of us,” Wiggins said. “It was exciting for our players to be around other area teams for the first time in a few months.” Wiggins stated that the“It was a positive experience for all of us,” Wiggins said. “It was exciting for our players to be around other area teams for the first time in a few months.” -Branford head coach Vernon Wiggins Swinging for a cause raises $6,500 SEE TRIPLE, PAGE 3B SEE SWINGING, PAGE 2B Batter Up Baseball game extended, PAGE 2B

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A 9 9 0 0 % 4 @ 0 < : 9 : 8 4 : ? 9 4 7 < 0 0 8 0 7 = < 0 = 0 < @ 0 / 1 : < = 0 9 4 : < = : @ 0 < > 3 0 2 0 : 1 b 4 9 > 3 0 3 ? < 3 0 7 7 : A = 3 4 ; 7 7 : 9 / C > 3 < ? < 4 / C 1 < : 8 t n b b : : 9 > : t b b $ : < 8 : < 0 4 9 1 : < 8 > 4 : 9 : < > : = 4 2 9 ? ; ; 7 0 = 0 : 9 > > ? = > r n b N O N D E N O M I N A T I O N A L L I V E O A K C H R I S T I A N C H U R C H$ = > : < < % C 0 7 7 0 C : < 9 0 < : 1 8 4 7 > : 9 9 / # 3 4 : @ 0 = A C t n n t b r n b t t f A A A 7 4 @ 0 : 6 3 < 4 = > 4 9 : < 2& ( + & ? 9 / C & 3 : : 7 b 8 8 4 7 C : < = 3 4 ; t b b 8* & + 4 7 0 & > ? / C b b ; 8* 0 0 6 7 C @ 4 / 0 : : 1 8 : < 9 4 9 2 = 0 < 8 : 9 = 9 0 @ 4 0 A 0 / A A A 7 4 @ 0 : 6 3 < 4 = > 4 9 : < 2n f W E L L B O R N B A P T I S T C H U R C H < : 9 7 / 4 9 = 3 0 A & 0 9 4 : < $ = > : < < 4 8 & : > > : < = 3 4 ; 0 / 0 < < = 0 4 # E 3 0 < 9 4 < 0 > : < : 1 & > ? / 0 9 > = ( & b 0 = > : A 0 6 0 % / 0 7 7 : < 9 3 ? < 3 $ 3 : 9 0 n n t A 0 7 7 : < 9 ; > 4 = > A 4 9 / = > < 0 8 9 0 > & ( + & ? 9 / C & 3 : : 7 t r 8 % + + + ( % % + : < 9 4 9 2 : < = 3 4 ; & 0 < @ 4 0 t b b 8 # $ % 2 + # # + n # / ? 7 > 3 : 4 < r b b ; 8 3 4 7 / < 0 9 E = 4 / / 7 0 & 3 : : 7 3 : 4 < r b b ; 8 + : ? > 3 < 8 , 9 / 4 = = 4 : 9 = r b b ; 8 8 4 7 C : < = 3 4 ; b b ; 8 & + 8 4 7 C & ? ; ; 0 < r b b ; 8 4 = = 4 : 9 < 4 0 9 / = b ; 8 4 / / 7 0 4 2 3 & 3 : : 7 + : ? > 3 b ; 8 $ < C 0 < 0 0 > 4 9 2 b ; 8 ? < = 0 < C 4 = @ 4 7 7 0 1 : < 7 7 = 0 < @ 4 0 =n n n f t F R I E N D S H I P B A P T I S T C H U R C H$ = > : < < @ 4 / 0 0 8 = + : ? > 3 $ = > : < 0 @ 4 9 7 0 > 3 0 < t f f t f b > 3 & > 4 @ 0 # 6 n b b t b t b : < t f t 0 8 4 7 / / < 0 = = & ? A 9 9 0 0 ; > = = : 7 7 > 0 7 9 0 > & ( + & % ) && ? 9 / C : < 9 4 9 2 4 7 0 & > ? / C f r 8 : < = 3 4 ; & 0 < @ 4 0 t t b b 8 3 4 7 / < 0 9 E = 3 ? < 3 / ? < 4 9 2 : < 9 4 9 2 : < = 3 4 ; 4 = 4 ; 7 0 = 3 4 ; < 4 9 4 9 2 b b ; 8 : 8 0 9 E = 4 7 0 & > ? / C 0 9 E = 4 7 0 & > ? / C + : ? > 3 4 = 4 ; 7 0 = 3 4 ; + : ? > 3 3 : 4 < 3 4 7 / < 0 9 E = 3 : 4 < @ 0 9 4 9 2 : < = 3 4 ; b b ; 8* & + & % ) &* 0 / 9 0 = / C @ 0 9 4 9 2 & ? ; ; 0 < r f r ; 8 A 9 = b ; 8 4 7 0 & > ? / C $ < C 0 < 4 8 0 b b ; 8 + 1 $ % % $ % % + $ +n n r f n b b r n n f r r

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FRIDAY, AUGUST 12, 2011 SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT /LIVE OAK PAGE 5B 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 Dr. Donald M. Minshew Senior Pastor Wellborn Baptist Church One factor that should always be understood when you read the Bible is who the Lord decided to use to bring the message. When you read Peter, you can never let it go very far from your mind that Peter walked closely with Jesus during his earthly ministry and that he failed dramatically at the critical time of crucifixion. Peter wanted to quit. He had gotten to be a witness of the most remarkable event in the history of the world. Jesus, who had suffered and bled and died, had done exactly what He had said: He had risen from the dead. Peter got to see the empty tomb. Peter got to see and to touch the risen Lord; and, while the excitement of all other followers grew in the midst of this incredible time, Peter just wanted to flee. He had failed. He just wasn’t cut out to be a leader among God’s people. So, Peter returned home to Galilee and began to experiment the possible return to what he did know: he was going to go back to fishing. When God has His hand on you, when He has a plan for your life, nothing is going to be blessed that is not of Him. Peter, master fisherman, returns to fish…and catches nothing. At least until some guy standing on the shoreline calls out and tells him where he should cast his net. His heart is so full of remorse that he doesn’t recognize that the guy on shore is Jesus, until John mentions that it is the Lord. The next moments, recorded in John 21, are Peter’s restoration to the Lord and to ministry. During the restoration, Jesus gives Peter three commands. All three are related to ministering to the needs of the “sheep” that belong to Jesus. Feed my lambs. Shepherd my sheep. Feed my sheep. Is there any surprise, then, that the shepherd theme becomes incredibly important to Peter? He will use it again in chapter five, but in chapter 2, verse 21 he writes: For you were like sheep going astray, but you have now returned to the shepherd and guardian of your souls. Peter has been called to pastoral ministry. But, Peter, more than anyone recognizes the limitations of human pastoral ministry. Ultimately, every believer has a shepherd…not of the local flock..but a Shepherd who has come after us as we have been going astray. The Living Lord is our constant Shepherd: active leading; actively guiding; actively protecting; actively providing. I hope that you have met Him. By Angie Land Last week, we left the Israelites standing between a rock and a hard place…more literally between an army and lots of water! Observing their desperation made clear our preference of going back to what is familiar when things get scary, even if what is familiar is very unhealthy. I believe this tendency is a result of familiarity being directly linked to our comfort. In other words, we may not particularly like the situation, environment, or relationship we are in, but compared to stepping into the unknown, we often consider it preferable. Let’s watch as the Israelites display this behavior over and over again in their journey from Egypt through the wilderness: Exodus 14 records part two of God’s rescue mission. In part one, Moses led the way out of Egypt. Don’t forget their desire to go back to Egypt rather than face the army approaching. Part two describes how God miraculously parted the Red Sea for the Israelites to walk across on dry ground. Do you think they were still wishing to go back to slavery as they stood on the other side of the Red Sea and watched Pharaoh’s army drown? Of course not!! They celebrated, just like we would! But, then it’s time to get moving again and now water and food is in short supply. Exodus 16 records the next timely “if only” statement: “The Israelites said to them (Aaron and Moses), “If only we had died by the Lord’s hand in Egypt! There we sat around pots of meat and ate all the food we wanted, but you have brought us out into this desert to starve this entire assembly to death.” (Exodus 16:3) About now you’re thinking what I’m thinking: “Are you kidding me?” Yet, before we judge too harshly, let’s think about times when we are tempted to sound just as ludicrous. In the face of uncertainty, do we think back to what is familiar and remember it favorably? Anyone overhearing the Israelites’ statement above would never have guessed they were slaves in Egypt. It sounds like they lived in paradise! I was talking about this with a friend of mine recently who shared feeling very much the same way during her divorce. The relationship was extremely unhealthy, her spouse did not desire reconciliation, and yet more than anything, she wanted to go back. She agreed that the fear of the unknown (being on her own as a single mom) began to paralyze and prevent her from moving forward. Where we were brings us to where we are, and if going back is ever to be a healthy option, problems must be faced and changes made…which means we are indeed moving forward. If not, we only prolong the suffering. I suppose our lesson this week is simply to expect these kinds of feelings when we find ourselves in the wilderness. As you face unknown territory, expect that overwhelming desire to go back the way you came, and refuse to let it be your GPS…directing your steps. As Paul says in Philippians 3:14, “I press on toward the goal to win the prize for which God has called me heavenward in Christ Jesus.” Press on in the face of uncertainty. Know for certain that God will lead you forward…because every heart matters! Blessings, Angie Heart Matters is a weekly column written by Angie Land, Director of the Family Life Ministries of the Lafayette Baptist Association, where she teaches Bible studies, leads marriage and family conferences and offers Biblical counseling to individuals, couples and families. Contact Angie with questions or comments at angieland3@ windstream.net Jesus guides our path Doctrinal views expressed on our Religion pages are those of the individual authors and not of the Suwannee Democrat Heart Matters By Angie Land RELIGION Wilderness Series 4 Attention girls in 6th to 12th grade! Are you looking for a fun activity where you can learn about God’s love for you, fellowship with friends, eat delicious food and sing praise and worship songs? If so, join us at Pinemount Baptist Church for the 2nd Annual Metamorphosis Girls’ Conference this Saturday. This year’s theme is Breaking Free, with sessions about how to break away from the world around you and focus on what God has in store for you. The conference begins at 9 a.m. and ends at 3 p.m. Please invite all of your friends to this free event. For more information please contact Suzette Maddox at 386-365-8061. Pinemount Baptist Church is located on US 129 South in McAlpin, across the street from the S&S. Attention girls in 6th to 12th grade Christian Mission In Action MinistryChristian 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 @ 386364-4560.Annual Dual Day Worship ServiceThe First Church of God invites you to their Annual Dual Day Worship Service, Sunday, August 14, 2011 at 4 p.m. The Reverend Joyce A. Taylor of Pineland Missionary Baptist Church, Madison, Florida will be the speaker. Please come worship with us and experience a day of: fellowship, inspiration, and singing. The church is located at 721 West Ave. NE Live Oak, Fl. Reverend Larry F. Cousan is the pastor.Temple of God Holiness ChurchThe Temple of God Holiness Church. 1014 7th Street, Live Oak, Fl, will be having Founders Day August 21, 2011. First service begins at 11 a.m. Second service begins at 4 p.m. We are inviting ALL family and friends of the late Bishop David McCray to come and join us on this special occasion. Come and let the JOY of the LORD be heard!!!First 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 386658-2360. The 2nd Thursday night of every month beginning at 6:30 pm the men of Wellborn Baptist Church and their friends join together to eat and worship together with a special speaker and music. You are invited to come and bring a dessert. 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. (No meeting through the summer, will start again in September)Baptist Men's Meeting at Wellborn Baptist Church

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F 4 0 A B > < 4 = 4 E 4 A D B 4 3 t % > 4 0 A ; H 1 8 A 3 B # # $ ) # 8 E 4 & 0 : # 0 C t D 6 t f 0 b r ? # > C B > 5 B C D 5 5 # n r & & # + ) 6 B 2 # 8 > A = 4 A > 5 0 A A > F 0 = 3 $ 4 0 3 > F 0 C D A 3 0 H D 6 f C 7 0 b f ? r b 5 0 < 8 ; H H 0 A 3 B 0 ; 4 # ) & n f 6 B 2 # 8 = B 8 3 4 G 7 D 8 ; 3 8 = 6 0 C D A 3 0 H n f 0 < b ? < / ) # 0 A 8 4 C H > 5 C 4 < B # + # # # & ( ) C 7 + A 0 8 ; > 5 5 > D B C > = # 8 E 4 & 0 : 2 A > B B 5 A > < ) 0 8 = 1 > F C > A 0 6 4 A 8 0 C D 6 f r f 0 b ? > A B > D A = 2 0 < ? 8 = 6 2 ; > C 7 8 = 6 2 A 0 5 C B 1 > > : B 0 = 3 < > A 4 $ $ # # n $ PUBLISHERS NOTICE All real estate advertising in this n ewspaper is subject to the Fair Housing Act which makes it illegal t o advertiseany preference, limitation or discrimination based on r ace, color, religion, sex, disability, familial status or national origin, or an intention, to make any such preference, limitation and d iscrimination. Familial status includes children under the age of 1 8 living with parents or legal custodians, pregnant women and people securing custody of children under 18. This newspaper will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which is in violation of t he law. Our readers are hereby informed that all dwellings advertised in this newspaper are available on an equal opportunity basis. To complain of discrimination call HUD toll-free 1-800-669-9777. T he toll-free number for the heari ng impaired is 1-800-927-9275. % ! # # n $ & # # & & ( f 1 b n D B C > D C B 8 3 4 8 C H # 8 < 8 C B > D = C A H 4 C C 8 = 6 ? 4 A < > t b r b # # # n $ & + r 1 b 0 2 A 4 B > D = C A H 4 C C 8 = 6 > F ; 8 = 6 0 A : A 4 0 t n > > : b D ? t C > A 0 6 4 7 4 3 t 4 ? < > 0 ? ? C > = ; H b b r 6 > ? @ E # f 2 1 > < < : ? 5 A > < n < > % & + * 4 2 D A 8 C H 4 ? > B 8 C ) 4 @ D 8 A 4 3 t b b # # f 1 b 8 = A 0 = 5 > A 3 A 4 0 % 8 2 4 ( D 8 4 C > < < D = 8 C H t 4 ? > B 8 C n < > t b b r > A b b f F F F t B E ? A > ? 4 A C 8 4 B t 2 > < 6 > ? @ E + # # r f > = f t r 0 2 t 1 3 n r 1 0 t F n D C 8 ; 8 C 8 4 B > A F n > D C 8 ; 8 C 4 B t f B C ; 0 B C 3 4 ? > B 8 C 8 B A 4 @ D 8 A 4 3 t 0 ; ; b r b r > A b r b t ! 1 b < > f 2 A 4 E 8 = E 4 # ) 1 b n . 8 2 6 @ E r ; 0 C 2 7 D 0 < > ; ; f B C 4 2 D A 8 C H $ n > D B 4 8 A b b r n $ # # n $ 6 > ? @ E < > 9 2 < > & 2 ; @ A 8 2 : 7 > < 4 n r 8 = # 8 E 4 & 0 : t F n 6 0 A 0 6 4 0 ? C B 7 > ? t & = 0 2 t ) 4 = C t > A B 0 ; 4 f t 0 ; ; A 4 = 3 0 b r b f t # # 6 > ? @ E # & # + & n f t 1 A 8 2 : 7 > < 4 8 = 7 4 A F > > 3 > A 4 B C f f f 7 8 C 4 E 4 t # 8 E 4 & 0 : t & D C B C 0 = 3 8 = 6 2 > = 3 t F n 1 D 8 ; C b 8 = 1 > > : B 7 4 ; E 4 B 7 0 A 3 F > > 3 5 ; > > A B D = 3 4 A 2 0 A ? 4 C ; 6 1 0 2 : H 0 A 3 F n ? A 8 E 0 2 H 5 4 = 2 8 = 6 B 2 A 4 4 = 4 3 ? > A 2 7 B C > A 0 6 4 1 D 8 ; 3 8 = 6 t f B 5 1 D 8 ; C 8 = f t 2 4 = C A 0 ; 0 n 2 6 0 B 7 4 0 C t 8 C H D C 8 ; 8 C 8 4 B t A 8 3 6 4 B C > E 4 F n 3 8 = 2 ; D 3 4 3 t ; > B 4 C > B 2 7 > > ; B B 7 > ? ? 8 = 6 t t b b r f r > A 9 6 8 ; ; f F 8 = 3 B C A 4 0 < t = 4 C t 6 > ? @ E < > 9 2 E # C ; 2 > n r B C 8 ; C 7 > < 4 > = C 7 4 A 8 E 4 A t f 0 2 t B : 8 = 6 & & F n 3 = ? < C > F = 4 A 5 8 = 0 = 2 8 = 6 t b r b r > A b b # # # F & ( # # G 4 B 8 A 0 1 ; 4 0 A 4 $ r 0 A 0 A 0 6 4 $ 4 C 0 ; ) > > 5 3 n r 0 f 0 2 A 4 4 = 2 4 3 % 4 F ? A 8 = : ; 4 A H B C 4 < 4 ; ; A > = C 4 2 : D A = 8 B 7 4 3 f r = 5 D A = 8 B 7 4 3 f f t 0 ; ; $ 0 A C 8 b b r + t t n $ # & n t f 1 b > > 3 > = 3 8 C 8 > = $ D B C 4 $ > E 4 3 t f & & t ; B 0 ; ; ; b r b # E 4 $ 4 B B 0 6 4 8 5 % > = B F 4 A " $ # & # + $ & 4 ; ; 4 ? C 8 2 > F 4 A 0 E 4 3 ) 3 5 A > = C 0 6 4 t & F = 4 A 8 = 0 = 2 8 = 6 % & & % r n < > r b r f b f f F F F t # 0 = 3 & F = 4 A 8 = 0 = 2 8 = 6 t 2 > < # ) & & # & b $ & 4 0 D C 8 5 D ; 4 2 ; D 3 4 3 > D = C A H 4 C C 8 = 6 t 8 6 7 A H t & F = 4 A 8 = 0 = 2 8 = 6 % & & % r n < > r b r f b f f F F F t # 0 = 3 & F = 4 A 8 = 0 = 2 8 = 6 t 2 > < # ) & & + # & 4 ; ; 0 ; A 4 0 3 H 8 = B C 0 ; ; 4 3 4 0 D C 8 5 D ; ; H F > > 3 4 3 F n 2 ; 4 0 A 4 3 7 > < 4 B 8 C 4 t % 8 2 4 % 4 8 6 7 1 > A 7 > > 3 t & % ) % % % & & % t f n < > r b r f b f f F F F t # 0 = 3 & F = 4 A 8 = 0 = 2 8 = 6 t 2 > < # # # n $

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* 1 b + r b f r r ( $ $ # % ) $ # ( A+ StudentI work as a teacher's aide for a local parochial school. It never fails that w hen the teacher sends home the report cards, a few disgruntled parents show u p wanting to talk with the teacher. Sure enough, last Tuesday a parent showed up and asked the teacher how her child could only receive a satisfactory grade when she thought he deserved anA. The mother continued on about how her child never brings home a book or any projects to work on. "He can already read two grade levels higher," she exclaimed. After several minutes, the teacher finally had enough. She stopped the parent in mid-conversation and replied, "You do realize that this is only preschool!" (Thanks to Bethany J.) Reader Humor Laughs For Sale DuaneCash Holze & ToddCarry Holze www.ClassifiedGuys.com A+ EffortT eachers may get a nice summer vacation policy, but they are typically u nder appreciated for the work they do. With each state mandating the number o f days or hours our children must be in school, many of the kids spend more time with teachers than with their own parents. It's no wonder that teachers become mentors, friends and members of a children's support group. So next time, you meet a teacher, give them an A+ for their efforts.T eacher's PetWe all have our favorites and teachers are no different. According to a recent survey, mathematics is the most popular subject taught by teachers. It outranked other subjects like Social Studies or English. As for the benefits of the job, 24% surveyed enjoyed the sick leave benefits most, followed by the paid holidays. And unlike corporate positions, casual dress ranked as one of the least appreciated benefits. More than 40% of teachers surveyed prefer teaching at colleges and Universities. Fast FactsDear Classified Guys, I work in the Human Resources Department at my local school dist rict.Fortunately for us,three new teacher's aid positions were created i n our last budget cycle.However, being a small town,I pretty much know who is going to apply to my c lassified ad.Not that it's a bad thing,but I'd like the kids to be e xposed to others who may bring new experiences.I think this is a g reat opportunity to get some younger faces on our staff,maybe e ven a couple of recent grads. I 've never advertised regionally before.How s hould I choose among all the newspapers in my state?C arry:It's nice to hear that your district is expanding to support your teaching staff. Many teachers don't get the recognition for the hard work they do.C ash:Especially those teachers that had Carry in their class.C arry:I know. Just thinking about it brings such fond memories of afterschool detentions!C ash:Your hiring problem is one that small towns often experience. Unless there is a major attraction in the town, it c an be difficult to solicit new faces. Many younger graduates and even seasoned staff tend to drift toward urban areas for either conveniences or increases in salary. C arry:Fortunately, you're on the right track by advertising regionally. Since you are unsure of the best markets to place your ad, start by talking with your local newspaper. Although their distribution may only reach your town, they may suggest other newspapers that could locate the best applicants. C ash:You can also try targeting your search as well. For instance, if you would like to bring in a recent graduate, locate all the colleges and universities in the area with teaching curriculums. Try advertising through the classified sections in those areas or directly through the college.C arry:Since your ad is trying to attract applicants to a small town, consider mentioning some of the benefits of working in your community. Your teacher aides will have the chance to personally know the students, faculty and parents as well as experiencing a professional position with a "hometown feel". Unless your school is offering excellent salaries, it's important to note the addi-t ional benefits for the position.Cash:My favorite benefit was always t he summer recess! S c i e n c e T o o t e r W a n t e d T w o h o u r s p e r d a y l a t e a f t e r n o o n s o r a f t e r d i n n e r h o u r s P l e a s e c a l l Ask the Guys Sounds like a smelly job opportunityThe Classified Guys 08/07/11D o you have a question or funny story about the classifieds? Want to just give us your opinion?W e want to hear all about it! 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B > 7 7 D D 3 5 7 b > A D ; 6 3 b r $ ) ) ' ) % ) $ $ % ( $ $ % $ ) % & % ) + ( % $ 8 : 4 $ = t f f b b & $ ( ) ) % ( ' ) ) ) 4 2 4 0 A 4 3 t $ % ) ) % ) % ( : 7 3 6 ? ; @ ; E F D 3 F ; A @ A 8 F : 7 7 E F 3 F 7 A 8 + * , $ b 6 7 5 7 3 E 7 6 b I : A E 7 6 3 F 7 A 8 6 7 3 F : I 3 E % 3 K b f r r 3 @ 6 I : A E 7 E A 5 ; 3 > E 7 5 G D ; F K @ G ? 4 7 D ; E t t b ; E B 7 @ 6 ; @ 9 ; @ F : 7 ; D 5 G ; F A G D F 8 A D + G I 3 @ @ 7 7 A G @ F K b > A D ; 6 3 b ( D A 4 3 F 7 ; H ; E ; A @ b F : 7 3 6 6 D 7 E E A 8 I : ; 5 : ; E f f + A G F : : ; A H 7 @ G 7 b $ ; H 7 3 = b $ f n : 7 @ 3 ? 7 E 3 @ 6 3 6 6 D 7 E E 7 E A 8 F : 7 B 7 D E A @ 3 > D 7 B D 7 E 7 @ F 3 F ; H 7 3 @ 6 F : 7 B 7 D E A @ 3 > D 7 B D 7 E 7 @ F 3 F ; H 7 M E 3 F F A D @ 7 K 3 D 7 E 7 F 8 A D F : 4 7 > A I n > > 5 D 7 6 ; F A D E A 8 F : 7 6 7 5 7 6 7 @ F 3 @ 6 A F : 7 D B 7 D E A @ E : 3 H ; @ 9 5 > 3 ; ? 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Arrange bread on flat surface, then evenly spread with mustard mixture. Evenly top 2 of the bread slices with 2 slices cheese, ham, turkey, remaining cheese and pickles. Top with remain ing bread, mustard-side down. Spread 1 tablespoon mayonnaise on top of each sandwichandcookinmediumskilletovermedium heat or in panini press, mayonnaise-side down. Arrange brick* on sandwiches in skillet and cook 2 minutes or until the bottoms are goldenbrown. Remove brick, then evenly spread tops of sandwiches with remaining 2 tablespoons mayonnaise; turn over. Arrange brick on sand wiches and cook an additional 2 minutes or until bottoms are golden brown and cheese is melted. Cut in half and serve warm. *Wrap brick in heavy-duty aluminum foil to use as a press.Chefssecretstobuilding theperfectsandwichF AMILY FEATURES Chef Bobby Flay knows a thing or two about creating flavorful sandwich r ecipes made with real, simple ingredients. Now hes letting others in on his secrets as he teams up with Hellmannsand Best Foodsto help America build the perfect sandwich. Everyone has an opinion about how to make the perfect sandwich, from the must-have ingredients to the highly personal sandwich architecture, said Flay. No matter the sandwich recipe, I always use Hellmannsm ayonnaise to bring o ut the best in my sandwich, plus I have to cut the bread diagonally to make it just right. Thats my idea of a perfect sandwich. Here are some of Flays tips on how he adds his personal touch to sandwiches:Thick, crusty breads like ciabatta are great for sandwiches to help comple ment softer ingredients like tomatoes and cheese.Bring a crunch to your sandwich with vegetables like sliced cucumber or fennel. Not only do they add a fresh taste, they wont wilt when they come in contact with condiments.Add bright colors to the sandwich with parsley leaves, finely diced red onions, or green, yellow and red peppers.Dont be afraid to experiment with new flavors. Jazz up your sandwich with a little cranberry relish, chopped, toasted nuts, lemon-basil or even a little thousand island coleslaw the skys the limit. Here are some of Bobbys savory sandwich creations. Visit www.facebook.com/ Hellmanns to share how you build the perfect sandwich and enter the HellmannsBuild Your Perfect Sandwich Sweepstakes for a chance to win great prizes. Chicken Muffuletta with Spicy Olive Relish Mayonnaise Serves: 8 P rep Time: 10 minutes Cook Time: 10 minutes Roasted red peppers (from a jar), drained 1/2 or 1 jalapeo chile, chopped (depending on h ow spicy you like) 2 cloves garlic, finely chopped 1 /2 cup Hellmanns or Best Foods Real Mayonnaise 2 tablespoons sherry vinegar 3/4 cup prepared olive relish 1/4 cup coarsely chopped fresh flat leaf parsley 4 boneless, skinless chicken breasts 2 tablespoons olive oil 16 1/4-inch slices provolone cheese 1 large round loaf of bread, sliced in half crosswise Aluminum foil 2 bricks or a cast iron pan and a few heavy cans Combine red peppers, jalapeo, garlic, mayonnaise and vinegar in a food processor and process until smooth. Scrape the mixture into a medium bowl and fold in the olive relish and parsley. Set aside. Heat the grill to high or the grill pan over high heat. Brush chicken breasts with oil on both sides and sprinkle with salt and pepper, if desired. Grill for 4 to 5 minutes per side until golden brown and just cooked through. Remove from the grill, let rest 5 minutes then slice into 1/4-inch slices on the bias. Spread some of mayonnaise mixture on the bottom half of the bread, add half of the cheese, half of the chicken and repeat with the remaining ingredients (mayonnaise mixture, cheese and chicken in that order). Spread the cut-side of the top of the loaf with more mayonnaise mixture and place, mayonnaise-side down, on chicken. Wrap tightly in foil, place on baking sheet and place bricks or a heavy cast iron pan on top. Refrig erate for at least 1 hour (to allow the flavors to meld) or overnight. Turkey Reuben with Thousand Island Coleslaw Serves: 4 Prep Time: 15 minutes Cook Time: 10 minutes 1/2 cup Hellmanns or Best Foods Real Mayonnaise, divided 1/4 cup finely chopped dill pickle 2 tablespoons k etchup 1 tablespoon red wine vinegar 2 teaspoons Dijon mustard 2 cups coleslaw mix 8 slices rye bread 8 slices Swiss cheese 1 pound sliced cooked turkey Combine 1/4 cup mayonnaise, pickle, ketchup, vinegar and mustard with wire whisk in medium bowl. Season, if desired, with salt and pepper. Stir in coleslaw mix; set aside. Top 4 bread slices with cheese, turkey, coleslaw mix ture, then remaining bread slice. Evenly spread outside of sandwiches with remaining 1/4 cup mayonnaise. Cook sandwiches, in batches, in 12-inch nonstick skillet over medium heat, turning once, 8 minutes or until golden brown. Turkey Reuben with Thousand Island Coleslaw Turkey Cuban Chicken Muffuletta with Spicy Olive Relish Mayonnaise

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