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n t n t n b n n f r b t f n r n + # # # & & $ + ( n & & t $ $ % & ( $ ( $ f & b $ ( & ( fbb tbfntrftfbb b It is always best to clean your brushes out as soon as youve finished with them. But to keep them fresh for later in the day with the same paint, wrap them in plastic wrap or aluminum foil. This will exclude the air and prevent them drying for a short time. Remove excess paint, either by working it out on a piece of newspaper or by running the edge of a scraper or paint mixing stick along the bristles or down the side of the roller cover.If You Used A Water-based Coating...Wash the brush or roller with warm water and detergent. Detergents with petroleum distillates have more cleaning power. Rinse out under a running tap or hose. Work them in a bucket of water first, much of the paint buildup can be removed. This makes rinsing them under the tap quicker and easier. Make sure the water is clear before finishing. Use a wire brush to remove and built up paint from the bristles and band on the handle.If You Used A Solvent-based Coating...Brushes and rollers used in oil paint should be worked in a bucket of paint thinner first. Normally 2-3of thinner in each rinse is enough. When the wash thinner is coming clean in the process, shake out the excess and wrap your brush in wax paper or aluminum foil and hang it rather than sitting it on end. Roller covers should be placed in plastic. Bread wrappers are perfect. Some folks suggest rinsing out your oil tools in water, BADIdea! The water tends to make the bristles dry out and become brittle. Keep your brushes soft by rubbing them with a little Vaseline before storing. Simply rinse in thinner prior to use. Save your dirty thinner in a separate container, allow to settle for a few. Repeat this process until most of the old finish has been removed and then soak the brush in one of the liquid or powdered prepared brush cleaners or a strong solution of TSP (trisodium phopateou can find TSP at most hardware and paint stores. In many cases these steps will help reclaim the brush. Be sure to wrap the bristles in brown paper or a heavy paper towel to help maintain their shape. Store the brush on a hook or flat on its side. PAINT & FLOORING ASK THE EXPERTBY: BRAD WATSON 1512 South Ohio Avenue, 362-7066 704679dwvHOW DO I CLEAN MY PAINT BRUSHES? 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D D 5 > 7 1 9 > C ? 6 D 8 5 6 5 G 1 B 5 B 5 D E B > 5 4 D ? D 8 5 9 B B 9 7 8 D 6 E < ? G > 5 B C t > 1 6 B 5 5 C ? 3 9 5 D I 6 ? B D 8 5 = ? C D @ 1 B D @ 5 ? @ < 5 G 9 D 8 8 9 7 8 9 > b 3 ? = 5 C 8 1 F 5 4 5 = ? > C D B 1 D 5 4 5 H D B 1 ? B 4 9 > 1 B I 1 2 9 < 9 D I D ? @ B ? 4 E 3 5 F 1 < E 1 2 < 5 C 5 B F 9 3 5 C 6 ? B b b 1 > 4 D 8 5 B 5 b 6 ? B 5 @ < 5 1 C 5 b b D 8 5 9 B 6 5 < < ? G = 1 > t ( 5 ? @ < 5 F ? < E > D 1 B 9 < I D ? ? ; = ? > 5 I ? E D ? 6 D 8 5 9 B @ ? 3 ; 5 D C D ? @ E B 3 8 1 C 5 D 8 5 @ B ? 4 E 3 D C ? 6 1 D 5 C ( 6 9 J 5 B ? B % t 9 7 8 9 > 3 ? = 5 C B 5 6 < 5 3 D D 8 5 4 5 = ? 3 B 1 3 I ? 6 D 8 5 = 1 B ; 5 D @ < 1 3 5 t 8 5 B 5 1 C ? > 1 D 5 C 9 C F 5 B I G 5 1 < D 8 I 9 C = 9 < < 9 ? > C E @ ? > = 9 < < 9 ? > C ? 6 @ 5 ? b @ < 5 F ? < E > D 1 B 9 < I B 5 1 3 8 5 4 9 > D ? D 8 5 9 B @ ? 3 ; 5 D C 1 > 4 8 1 > 4 5 4 ? F 5 B ? B 6 ? B 1 % 9 3 B ? C ? 6 D @ B ? 4 E 3 D t 8 ? C 5 G 8 ? D 8 9 > ; 8 5 8 1 C D ? ? = E 3 8 = ? > 5 I 1 B 5 B 5 1 < < I B 5 7 9 C b D 5 B 9 > 7 4 9 C 1 7 B 5 5 = 5 > D G 9 D 8 4 5 3 9 C 9 ? > C = 1 4 5 2 I = 9 < < 9 ? > C ? 6 D 8 5 9 B 6 5 < < ? G = 5 > t > 1 6 B 5 5 C ? 3 9 5 D I 9 > 1 C 9 7 > 9 6 9 3 1 > D G 1 I 9 > 3 ? = 5 9 > 5 A E 1 < 9 D I B 5 6 < 5 3 D C 4 9 6 6 5 B 5 > 3 5 C 9 > @ B ? 4 E 3 D 9 F 5 3 1 @ 1 3 9 D I > 1 = 5 < I ? > 5 K C 1 2 9 < 9 D I D ? @ < 5 1 C 5 8 9 C 6 5 < < ? G = 1 > t ? B 5 H 1 = @ < 5 3 1 > @ < 1 I 2 1 C ; 5 D 2 1 < < 1 > 4 C ? 3 1 > $ 5 B ? > 1 = 5 C 2 E D G ? E < 4 D 8 5 % 9 1 = 9 5 1 D @ 1 I = 5 1 > I D 8 9 > 7 3 < ? C 5 D ? D 8 5 = 9 < < 9 ? > D 8 5 I @ 1 I 8 9 = 6 > ? D G 8 I > ? D D 8 9 > ; 9 D 8 1 C D ? 4 ? G 9 D 8 D 8 5 4 9 C 3 B 9 = b 9 > 1 D 9 > 7 D 1 C D 5 C ? 6 2 1 C ; 5 D 2 1 < < 6 1 > C G 8 ? @ 1 I f ? B = ? B 5 D ? G 1 D 3 8 D 8 5 7 1 = 5 t 6 D 8 5 % 9 1 = 9 5 1 D 8 9 B 5 4 = 5 D 8 5 I G ? E < 4 8 1 F 5 D ? @ 1 I 6 1 > C D ? G 1 D 3 8 t + D E 2 2 ? B > 9 7 > ? B 1 > 3 5 C 5 5 C 3 1 @ 9 D 1 < 9 C = 1 C 2 5 > 5 6 9 D 9 > 7 ? > < I D 8 5 B 9 3 8 2 E D D 8 5 5 F 9 4 5 > 3 5 B 5 6 E D 5 C D 8 1 D t 8 5 B 9 3 8 8 1 F 5 1 < G 1 I C 2 5 5 > 1 2 < 5 D ? 1 6 6 ? B 4 5 > D 5 B D 1 9 > = 5 > D 9 D G 1 C D 8 5 4 5 F 5 < ? @ = 5 > D 1 > 4 = 1 B ; 5 D 9 > 7 ? 6 B 1 4 9 ? 1 > 4 D 5 < 5 F 9 C 9 ? > D 8 1 D = 1 4 5 5 > D 5 B D 1 9 > b = 5 > D 1 3 3 5 C C 9 2 < 5 D ? D 8 5 3 ? = = ? > = 1 > t 8 5 B 9 3 8 8 1 F 5 > 5 F 5 B 8 1 4 D 8 5 4 B E 4 7 5 B I ? 6 G 1 C 8 9 > 7 1 > 4 9 B ? > 9 > 7 3 < ? D 8 9 > 7 2 5 1 D 9 > 7 ? E D 3 1 B @ 5 D C ? B G 1 H 9 > 7 6 < ? ? B C t 8 5 = 1 C C @ B ? 4 E 3 D 9 ? > ? 6 G 1 C 8 b 9 > 7 = 1 3 8 9 > 5 C G 1 C 8 b 1 > 4 b G 5 1 B 3 < ? D 8 9 > 7 F 1 3 E E = 3 < 5 1 > 5 B C 1 > 4 > ? b G 1 H 6 < ? ? B C C @ 1 B 5 4 D 8 5 3 ? = = ? > = 1 > D 8 9 C 4 B E 4 7 5 B I t D ? > 5 D 9 = 5 ? > < I D 8 5 B 9 3 8 3 ? E < 4 1 6 6 ? B 4 1 E D ? = ? 2 9 < 5 C D 5 < 5 b @ 8 ? > 5 C 1 > 4 3 ? = @ E D 5 B C t & ? G 1 < < 2 E D 1 C = 1 < < @ 5 B 3 5 > D 1 7 5 ? 6 = 5 B 9 3 1 > C 5 > : ? I D 8 5 C 5 7 ? ? 4 C t 8 5 @ B ? C @ 5 3 D C 1 B 5 4 9 = 6 ? B 1 C ? 3 9 5 D I D 8 1 D = 1 ; 5 C = 1 C 3 ? D C ? E D ? 6 D 8 5 E > @ B ? 4 E 3 D 9 F 5 1 > 4 3 ? > 4 5 = > C D 8 5 @ B ? 4 E 3 D 9 F 5 t n r # f # # # " b b t f r r t r n r t f r b n t + 8 ? E < 4 D 8 5 B 9 3 8 2 5 3 ? > 4 5 = > 5 4 b b n b f t b & ? F 5 = 2 5 B r f f 8 9 C = ? > D 8 G 5 G ? E < 4 < 9 ; 5 D ? B 5 b @ ? B D ? > D 8 5 6 ? < < ? G 9 > 7 D ? @ 9 3 C ? 6 9 > b D 5 B 5 C D f 9 C D B 9 3 D B 5 b 1 3 3 B 5 4 9 D 1 D 9 ? > E B 6 9 F 5 I 5 1 B + ? E D 8 5 B > C C ? 3 9 1 b D 9 ? > ? 6 ? < < 5 7 5 C 1 > 4 + 3 8 ? ? < C ? E > b 3 9 < ? > 3 3 B 5 4 9 D 1 D 9 ? > 1 > 4 + 3 8 ? ? < = @ B ? F 5 = 5 > D + + + 1 3 b 3 B 5 4 9 D 1 D 9 ? > F 9 C 9 D 9 C C 3 8 5 4 E < 5 4 6 ? B 5 3 t b t + 3 8 ? ? < C D ? 2 5 F 9 C 9 D 5 4 9 > 3 < E 4 5 B 1 > 6 ? B 4 < 5 = 5 > b D 1 B I B 1 > 6 ? B 4 9 7 8 + E G 1 > > 5 5 < 5 = 5 > D 1 B I + E G 1 > > 5 5 % 9 4 4 < 5 1 > 4 + E G 1 > > 5 5 b 1 = 9 < D ? > 5 3 8 > 9 3 1 < 5 > D 5 B t ? 5 1 B > 1 > 4 = 1 9 > D 1 9 > 4 9 C D B 9 3 D 1 3 3 B 5 4 9 D 1 D 9 ? > G 5 = E C D M % 5 5 D A E 1 < 9 D I C D 1 > 4 1 B 4 C M > 7 1 7 5 9 > 1 3 ? > D 9 > E ? E C @ B ? 3 5 C C ? 6 9 = @ B ? F 5 = 5 > D M 5 = ? > C D B 1 D 5 A E 1 < 9 D I 1 C C E B 1 > 3 5 D 8 B ? E 7 8 9 > D 5 B > 1 < 1 > 4 5 H D 5 B > 1 < B 5 F 9 5 G E < < 4 5 D 1 9 < C 3 ? > 3 5 B > 9 > 7 D 8 5 1 3 3 B 5 4 9 D 1 D 9 ? > F 9 C 9 D 3 1 > 2 5 6 ? E > 4 ? > D 8 5 9 C D B 9 3 D C G 5 2 C 9 D 5 t B ? = D 8 5 8 ? = 5 @ 1 7 5 3 8 ? ? C 5 D 8 5 L 9 C D B 9 3 D 3 3 B 5 4 9 D 1 D 9 ? > N < 9 > ; ? > D 8 5 L ) E 9 3 ; $ 9 > ; C N = 5 > E ? B I ? E 3 1 > 3 ? > D 1 3 D 8 5 B I < % 1 5 B 9 > C ? > 4 9 b B 5 3 D ? B ? 6 C @ 5 3 9 1 < @ B ? 7 B 1 = C t r + I > D 8 5 D 9 3 = 1 B 9 : E 1 > 1 + E G 1 > > 5 5 ? E > D I + 8 5 B 9 6 6 ? > I 1 = 5 B ? > 7 1 F 5 1 @ B 5 b C 5 > D 1 D 9 ? > D ? ? E B + 3 8 ? ? < ? 1 B 4 1 D D 8 5 & ? F 5 = 2 5 B ? 1 B 4 G ? B ; C 8 ? @ B 5 7 1 B 4 9 > 7 D 8 5 4 1 > 7 5 B C ? 6 ? E B C D E 4 5 > D C 3 ? > C E = b 9 > 7 C I > D 8 5 D 9 3 9 > 3 5 > C 5 ? B @ ? D @ ? E B B 9 3 ? = = ? > < I ; > ? G > 1 C C I > D 8 5 D 9 3 = 1 B 9 : E 1 > 1 t 6 3 ? > C E = 5 4 D 8 5 3 8 5 = 9 3 1 < C 9 D 3 ? > b D 1 9 > C = 9 = 9 3 C D 8 5 5 6 6 5 3 D C ? 6 = 1 B 9 : E 1 > 1 t D 9 C = 1 B ; 5 D 5 4 1 C 9 > b 3 5 > C 5 ? B @ ? D @ ? E B B 9 1 > 4 9 C 2 5 9 > 7 C ? < 4 ? > D 8 5 > D 5 B > 5 D 1 > 4 C ? = 5 D 9 = 5 C 9 > < ? 3 1 < > ? F 5 < D I C 8 ? @ C D ? 2 1 3 3 ? C 8 ? @ C 1 > 4 3 ? > b F 5 > 9 5 > 3 5 C D ? B 5 C G 9 D 8 9 > ? E B 3 ? E > D I E > 4 5 B F 1 B 9 ? E C > 1 = 5 C C E 3 8 1 C # r + 3 ? ? 2 I + > 1 H 9 J 1 B 4 ? 6 J 1 > 4 + @ 9 3 5 : E C D D ? > 1 = 5 1 6 5 G 1 > 4 9 C 3 ? > C 9 4 5 B 5 4 D ? 2 5 < 5 7 1 < 2 E D 3 1 > 2 5 4 1 > b 7 5 B ? E C t E B 9 > 7 D 8 5 > 5 H D C 5 F 5 B 1 < G 5 5 ; C @ B 5 C 5 > D 1 D 9 ? > C G 9 < < 2 5 = 1 4 5 D ? ? E B C D E 4 5 > D C @ 1 B 5 > D C 6 1 3 E < D I 1 > 4 C D 1 6 6 B 5 7 1 B 4 9 > 7 D 8 5 E C 5 ? 6 D 8 5 C 5 @ B ? 4 E 3 D C t / ? E B 3 ? ? @ 5 B 1 D 9 ? > 9 > 8 5 < @ 9 > 7 E C G 1 B > C D E 4 5 > D C 1 > 4 @ 1 B 5 > D C 1 2 ? E D D 8 9 C 4 1 > 7 5 B ? E C 4 B E 7 9 C 7 B 5 1 D < I 1 @ @ B 5 3 9 1 D 5 4 t + E G 1 > > 5 5 b 1 = 9 < D ? > 5 3 8 > 9 3 1 < 5 > D 5 B + 3 8 ? ? < b 9 4 5 4 F 9 C ? B I ? E > 3 9 < 1 < D 5 B ? 1 D B 9 7 8 D @ B 9 > 3 9 @ 1 < ? 6 + E G 1 > > 5 5 b 1 = 9 < D ? > 5 3 8 > 9 3 1 < 5 > D 5 B n 9 B 5 3 D ? B ? 6 1 B 5 5 B 5 3 8 > 9 3 1 < 1 > 4 4 E < D 4 E 3 1 D 9 ? > 1 > 4 8 9 C 6 1 3 E < D I 1 > 4 C D 1 6 6 8 5 < 4 1 = 5 5 D 9 > 7 ? 6 + E G 1 > > 5 5 b 1 = 9 < D ? > 5 3 8 > 9 3 1 < 5 > D 5 B C + 3 8 ? ? < b 9 4 5 4 b F 9 C ? B I ? E > 3 9 < D 8 9 C = ? > D 8 t 5 1 B 5 F 5 B I 6 ? B D E > 1 D 5 D ? 8 1 F 5 3 ? = = E > 9 D I = 5 = 2 5 B C G 8 ? 1 C C 9 C D 9 > 1 4 F 9 C 9 > 7 + E G 1 > > 5 5 b 1 = 9 < D ? > 5 3 8 > 9 3 1 < 5 > D 5 B ? > 3 E B B 9 3 E < E = 1 > 4 ? 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n n b t t f b n b b r SUWANNEE RIVER READINGS Branford 2011 Branford 386-935-1527 SSCCAAFFFFSS SCAFFS Supermarket Sponsored By: 705024xbv November 15, 2011 6.79 November 16, 2011 6.77 November 17, 2011 6.85 November 18, 2011 6.72 November 19, 2011 6.68 November 20, 2011 6.73 November 21, 2011 6.77 The water levels provided here refer to the height at the US Hwy. 27 bridge in Branford in feet above mean sea level (ft-msl) at the gauging station. In the past the levels were read as gauge height not mean sea level. 644206-F Cherry Lumbert Pharmacist 305 SW US Highway 27 Branford, Florida 32008 (386) 935-6905 Everything For Your Home Recovery From Prescriptions to Medical Supplies OF BRANFORD Mon.-Fri. 8:30 am-6:00 pm Saturday 9am-1pm Sunday-Closed Now accepting Blue Cross Blue Shield Health Options NORTH FLORIDA PHARMACY 695947-F 642413-F 386-935-1728 To advertise your business here, call 386-362-1734 for more information 642414-F Byrds Power Equipment Sales & Service All Makes & Models 11860 E. 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f f t f n f t f b n f t t f bt The Village Church in Dowling Park will present its annual Christmas Cantata Saturday, Dec.10th at 6:30 p.m. and Sunday, Dec.11th at 10:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. Tickets for this years program, can be obtained at no cost for the Saturday evening and Sunday afternoon performances at the church office (386-658-5344ickets are not required for the Sunday morning performance.For over 30 years, this musical has drawn people from North Florida and South Georgia. This is an intergenerational event with a cast and production crew of over 75 children, teens and adults combining in drama and singing to capture the Christmas story in a fresh and new way each year. A three-octave handbell choir is also featured along with trumpets, guitar, percussion, piano and organ. If you want to begin your Christmas season with an inspirational music and worship experience, please join us. All are welcome. Searching for a King... 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n t n t n b n t f b n f n r n FAMILY FEATURES What can possibly make the holidays easier and fun, more delicious and sweet, more festive and bright, and yet traditional all at the same time? The answer is fresh grapes. Luckily, grapes from California are in plentiful supply in all colors red, green and black throughout the holiday season. For a dinner or buffet, fresh grapes can be added to two favorite sides, stuffing and cranberry relish, with delightful and satisfying results. There are many familiar stuffing ingredients in Wild Rice Stuffing with Grapes and Hazelnuts, but the distinction in the dish is the wild rice, the toasted hazelnuts and fresh grapes. The grapes add a warm, still-juicy brightness to the stuffing, one thats perfect with any kind of poultry, from turkey to game hens to goose. In Grape Cranberry Relish, two seasonal fruits work very well together. Grapes provide natural sweetness, so the the amount of sugar thats added to quiet the strong tartness of cranberries is much reduced compared to similar recipes. The relish is a nice blend of still-noticeable grapes in a sauce thats remarkably luscious. Pluck the gift of grapes this holiday season and youll enjoy every juicy bite no matter how you choose to serve them. For more recipes, visit www.grapesfromcalifornia.com. Quick Tips for Holiday Entertaining with GrapesFresh grapes are a versatile fruit with multiple uses. Grapes make for easy decorations and centerpieces in bowls and on platters or draped from a cake plate. Grapes can be easilyfrosted with sugar, spices and finely chopped nuts. Simply wet or dip clusters in liquid gelatin before rolling grapes in your favorite mixture. Use them to decorate cookie plates, cakes, puddings, mousses and more.Looking for an easy hostess gift? Wrap grape clusters multiple colors work best in tissue paper and place in a pretty basket, tied with a ribbon.Grapes are a quick and easy potluck treat, guaranteed to please, especially when you have very little time to throw something together.Make Grapes Your Healthy Holiday AllyFresh grapes are low in calories just 90 per 3/4 cup serving yet are satisfying and very, very good for you. Grapes of all colors are a natural source of beneficial antioxidants known as polyphenols, which may help contribute to a healthy heart.Snack on grapes before going out. Theyll fill you up, so you can graze in moderation.Offer grapes on appetizer plates and as a side so friends and family can share in the goodness of this beautiful fruit. Arrange grapes around your cheese plate and cut into mini-clusters for easy eating.Cranberry Grape RelishYields: 3 cups 2 cups red seedless California grapes 1 12-ounce package cranberries, fresh or frozen 1 orange, juiced and zested 1/2 cup s ugar Place all ingredients in heavy saucepan and bring to a boil over high heat. Reduce heat to medium and cook, stirring occasionally for 10 minutes until thick and shiny. Let cool thoroughly, then store in airtight container in refrigerator for up to one week. Serve alongside roast turkey, pork or ham. Wild Rice Stuffing with Grapes and HazelnutsYields: 6 1/4 cups 2 cans (28 fluid ounces total) low-sodium chicken broth 1 cup wild rice 4 slices bacon, diced 1/4-inch 1 tablespoon butter, unsalted 1 large onion (1 1/2 cups chopped), diced 1/4-inch 2 stalks (3/4 cup chopped) celery, diced 1/4-inch 1 1/2 cups button mushrooms, sliced 2 cloves garlic, fresh, minced 1 teaspoon thyme, fresh, minced 1/4 teaspoon s alt 1/4 teaspoon black pepper, ground 1/4 cup parsley, fresh chopped 1 cup hazelnuts, toasted and coarsely chopped 2 cups California seedless grapes, rinsed In heavy saucepan, bring chicken broth to a boil. Add wild rice and stir. Cover pan and reduce heat to low. Let simmer for one hour, until rice is tender and has popped open. Meanwhile, cook bacon in fry pan over medium until almost crisp, about 8-10 minutes. Add butter to bacon pan, then add onions, celery, mushrooms, garlic, thyme and salt and pepper. Cook over medium heat for 5 to 7 minutes, until onions are translucent. Remove from heat and fold in parsley, hazelnuts and grapes. Add rice with any remaining liquid in pan to vegetable mixture and toss well to combine. Stuffing may be used to fill turkey, game hens, or chicken. Stuffing may also be baked separately in a casserole dish covered with foil; bake at 350F for 20 to 30 minutes untilhot throughout. To toast hazelnuts, place in 350F oven for 9 to 12 minutes. Rub in a clean dishtowel to remove skins. Note: If you make ahead and refrigerate, cook time will be 30 to 40 minutes until hot. Serve a beautiful sparkling wine cocktail flavored with a dash of crme de cassis and adorned with colorful grapes and fresh mint.

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Section BWednesday, November 23, 2011Suwannee Democrat SPORTS SPORTS SMS wrestlers dominate in season opener The Suwannee Middle School wrestling team defeated Richardson Middle School in the season opener Nov. 15, 81-41. See more photo s, Page 4B. Courtesy photos The Suwannee Middle School wrestling team opened its competition season Nov. 15 in dominating fashion with a 81-41 victory at Richardson Middle School. Suwannee opened the match with two pins from JV wrestlers Brandon Kirkland (132 lbs.) and Brandon Putnel (138 lbs.). Varsity followed suit by registering wins in 14 of the 20 weight classes wrestled. The varsity wrestlers brining home victories were: Brandon Trask (75 lbs.) Anthony Overn (80 lbs.-forfeit) Josh Shingola (90 lbs.) Matt Dixon (95 lbs.) Samuel McMillan (100 lbs.) Dean Shingola (106 lbs.) Bryce Hatfield (113 lbs. forfeit) Joseph Borrell (120 lbs.) Kaleb Redish (126 lbs.) Kyle Cunningham (138 lbs.) Steven Potter (145 lbs.) Tyler Foster (160 lbs.) Rossi Williams (285 lbs.) The team traveled to Orange Park Saturday, Nov. 19, to participate in the Wildcat Duals. The team would like to thank all of the parents and sponsors who attended the match and support the program and make it possible. The Suwannee High School boys soccer team defeated Nathan Bedford Forrest High School in Jacksonville Thursday night at Paul Langford Stadium in Live Oak. The final score was 91. Suwannee’s record is now 4-2-0. Forrest’s record is now 2-2-0. First half goals: 1st goal-Cooper Hall, assisted by Zach Roberson 7th minute 2nd goal-Justin Shirah, assisted by Cooper Hall 18th minute 3rd-Josh Boatright, assisted by Justin Shirah 19th minute 4th-Cooper Hall, unassisted 29th minute 5th-John Ross Swinney, assisted by Matt Wotton 30th 6th-Cooper Hall, unassisted 32nd minute 7th goal-scored by Forrest player Danial Stone (this is the way it was spelled on the roster) Second half: 8th goal-Brandon Joyner, assisted by John Ross Swinney 9th goal-Zach Roberson, assisted by Brandon Joyner 10th goal-John Ross Swinney, assisted by Zach Roberson. By Doug MabeyJV assistant soccer coach The varsity Lady Bulldogs soccer team defeated Forrest High School in Jacksonville Thursday night, Nov. 17. The final score was 8-0. The ladies came to play and it wasn't long before we saw the results. Just over eight minutes into the game, Jessie Tenbroeck started what would turn out to be a great night for her by scoring the first goal. Marissa Morgan scored the next two, with an assist by Tenbroeck on the third goal. Ashley Wood scored the fourth to finish out the first half. The second half was more of the same when Tenbroeck scored the fifth goal of the game and Jessie's second eight minutes into the second half. Grace Brett scored goal number six, Logan Bonds scored the seventh with an assist from Meghan Tyrell. The clincher for this game was scored by Teylor Alley with 15 minutes left in the game. Forrest's Coach is Ms. Kristansen and she picked their goalie, Tyler McFadden, who stopped over 20 shots on goal, as their player of the game. There was no player of the game announced for Suwannee. The varsity record is now 3-1-2, 1-0-1. The next match was on Friday, Nov. 18 against Ridgeview. (Due to the Democrat’s press deadline for the Thanksgiving holiday, see that match’s results in a future edition.) GO LADY DOGS!!Lady ‘Dogs soccer shuts out Forrest Boys soccer downs Jacksonville Forrest This Suwannee Bulldog keeps the ball away from her opponent.Photo: Paul Buchanan (SuwanneeSports.com)Team captain and senior Leo Torres steals the ball.Photo: Paul Buchanan (SuwanneeSports.com) See Lake City All Stars vs. Live Oak Page 2

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Though an extra layer of clothing might hide dry, flakey skin from view, it wont do much to relieve the irritation and damage that result from severely dry skin. This fall and winter, consider the following tips to help the skin survive the woes of winter. Take quick, temperate showers. It might feel good to get in from the cold and take a hot bath or shower, but this actually breaks down lipid barriers in the skin, potentially robbing the skin of moisture. In lieu of a long, steamy bath or shower, take a quick shower in warm water. Moisturize every day. Moisturizers like OKeeffes Working Hands and OKeeffes for Healthy Feet are designed to relieve dry skin irritation, particularly on those areas of the body that are troublesome during the winter months. Look for creams that contain water and glycerin that will help to draw moisture into the skin and stimulate the bodys natural repair process. Moisturizers that are non-greasy, non-oil based and fragrance free tend to work the best to repair dry skin. Oil-based creams will actually repel water that would otherwise hydrate the skin causing further damage. Men and women should also make moisturizing a part of their nightly routine before going to bed. Skin temperatures rise during sleep, resulting in increased circulation and healing, so be sure to moisturize each night before going to bed. Continue to protect skin from the sun. The sun is just as strong in winter as it is during the summer, and winter sun can do significant damage to unprotected skin, especially when winter sun combines with snow glare. Use a moisturizer with SPF throughout the winter, and apply it to both hands and face roughly 30 minutes before going outside. Wear a winter wardrobe. Protective clothing like gloves, scarves and thick socks not only keep us warm through the winter, they also keep skin safe as well. Strong winter winds and below freezing temperatures can damage the skin significantly, so bundle up when going outdoors. And be sure to avoid wet socks and gloves, which can irritate the skin and cause itching and cracking, and might even result in the formation of sores. Stay hydrated. Staying hydrated is another skin care pointer people primarily, and incorrectly, associate with summer. But staying hydrated is just as important in the winter as it is during the summer. Staying hydrated is important for overall health. Men and women who enjoy caffeinated beverages like coffee and soda should know that caffeine is a diuretic that draws water out of the skin. So be sure to counter caffeine consumption by drinking plenty of water. More information is available at www.okeeffescompany.com. Harsh weather can take its toll on the skin, especially for those who work with their hands. But a solution like OKeeffes Working Hands can restore even the most damaged skin in a matter of days. 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C 4 5 > C 7 B 1 4 5 C ? > 5 t 6 9 F 5 t 5 F 5 B I 8 E B C 4 1 I b E 7 n t & 1 I ? > < I f t f @ n = n 1 D % 9 F 5 ( 1 ; 8 E B 3 8 ? 6 D 8 5 1 J 1 B 5 > 5 n 4 6 . & & / 4 3 8 0 & 1 + & 3 E 5 C 4 1 I C 1 n = n t @ n = n 1 > 4 8 E B C 4 1 I C @ n = n t @ n = n 1 D + E G 1 > > 5 5 ? E > D I 9 C D ? B 9 3 1 < & E C 5 E = b ? B D 8 9 7 8 G 1 I r n % 9 F 5 ( 1 ; n + 8 ? @ 6 B 5 C 8 b C 8 ? @ < ? 3 1 < 6 ? B 6 1 B = 6 B 5 C 8 @ B ? 4 E 3 5 b 6 < ? G t 5 B C b @ < 1 > D C b 8 5 B 2 C b 2 1 ; 5 4 7 ? ? 4 C b 3 ? 6 6 5 5 b < ? 3 1 < < I @ B ? t 4 E 3 5 4 8 ? > 5 I b : 5 < < 9 5 C b : 1 = C b C ? 1 @ C b 1 B D C 1 > 4 3 B 1 6 D C 1 > 4 = ? B 5 n / 5 1 3 3 5 @ D + D 1 D 5 ? 6 < ? B 9 4 1 / & ) 3 ? E @ ? > C n < < F 5 > 4 ? B C G 5 < t 3 ? = 5 n 1 < < t t r ? B t t f 6 ? B = ? B 5 9 > 6 ? B = 1 D 9 ? > n / 3 ) & 1 2 / 1 & 2 $ ) / / & 1 2 & & 3 ( & 5 5 D C C 5 3 ? > 4 1 > 4 6 ? 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C 7 @ 3 2 4 = @ / 1 1 3 > b B / < 1 3 7 < B = = @ @ 3 1 B 7 = < A # / E < 4 = @ 1 3 ; 3 < B > @ = b 5 @ / ; A t 6 = B = @ 3 ? C 7 @ 3 2 t @ 3 b @ 3 5 7 A B @ / B 7 = < A 1 6 3 2 b C : 7 < 5 B 7 ; 3 / < 2 2 / B 3 / @ 3 @ 3 b ? C 7 @ 3 2 t = @ 3 5 7 A B 3 @ > : 3 / A 3 1 / : : b b f t $ ! # ( ( $ = < 2 / G b 6 C @ A 2 / G $ = < 2 / G 6 C @ A 2 / G / B > t ; t 0 G / > > = 7 < B ; 3 < B = : : 3 5 3 : / 1 3 ; 3 < B 3 A B % 3 A B 7 < 5 3 < B 3 @ : 2 5 t f > t ; t $ / 2 7 A = < t ( 3 5 7 A B 3 @ 7 < % ) B C 2 3 < B ) 3 @ D 7 1 3 A r 6 = C @ A 0 3 4 = @ 3 B 3 A B t = @ 7 < b 4 = @ ; / B 7 = < > : 3 / A 3 1 / : : b b f t t n r ( ( $ = < 2 / G b 6 C @ A 2 / G $ = < 2 / G b 6 C @ A 2 / G / B > t ; t 0 G / > > = 7 < B ; 3 < B * 3 A B = 4 2 C : B / A 7 1 2 C 1 / B 7 = < / B % 3 A B b 7 < 5 3 < B 3 @ : 2 5 t f $ / 2 7 A = < t 7 A @ 3 b ? C 7 @ 3 2 4 = @ / 1 1 3 > B / < 1 3 7 < B = D = 1 / B 7 = < / : n B 3 1 6 < 7 1 / : > @ = b 5 @ / ; A t 6 = B = @ 3 ? C 7 @ 3 2 t @ 3 b @ 3 5 7 A B @ / B 7 = < A 1 6 3 2 b C : 7 < 5 B 7 ; 3 2 / B 3 / @ 3 @ 3 b ? C 7 @ 3 2 t = @ 3 5 7 A B 3 @ > : 3 / A 3 1 / : : b b f t $ ( & b @ G : = 1 / B 7 < 5 G = C @ / < 1 3 A b B = @ A 0 G E = @ 9 7 < 5 = < G = C @ 4 / ; 7 : G B @ 3 3 t 6 3 ) C E / < b < 3 3 / : : 3 G 3 < 3 / : = 5 G ) = b 1 7 3 B G 7 < D 7 B 3 A G = C B = 8 = 7 < / < 2 : 3 / @ < 6 = E B = 4 7 < 2 G = C @ / < 1 3 A B = @ A t $ 3 ; 0 3 @ A 6 7 > 7 A 4 = @ / A 7 < 5 : 3 ; 3 ; 0 3 @ = @ 4 = @ / 4 / ; 7 : G t = @ > = b @ / B 3 ; 3 ; 0 3 @ A 6 7 > 7 A / : A = / D / 7 : / 0 : 3 4 = @ 2 = < / B 7 = < A = 4 f = @ ; = @ 3 B / F 2 3 b 2 C 1 B 7 0 : 3 t $ 3 3 B 7 < 5 A / @ 3 6 3 : 2 = < B 6 3 4 7 @ A B 6 C @ A 2 / G = 4 3 / 1 6 ; = < B 6 / B $ / B B 6 3 3 < 3 / : = 5 G 3 < B 3 @ / B r f 7 : 0 C @ ) B @ 3 3 B ) 7 < # 7 D 3 & / 9 t 6 3 : 7 0 @ / @ G 7 A = > 3 < = < C 3 A 2 / G / < 2 6 C @ A 2 / G 4 @ = ; / t ; t C < B 7 : > t ; t / < 2 B 6 3 B / : 3 < B 3 2 4 = : 9 A B 6 3 @ 3 E 7 : : 0 3 5 : / 2 B = 6 3 : > t = @ ; = @ 3 7 < 4 = @ ; / b B 7 = < 1 / : : 7 < < 7 3 = @ : 7 1 3 / B b b f f t & r # ' % # # ( & ' ' @ = D 7 2 3 2 0 G = : C ; 0 7 / = C < B G ) 1 6 = = : 7 A B @ 7 1 B I A / @ 3 3 @ / < 2 2 C : B 2 C 1 / b B 7 = < @ = 5 @ / ; t 6 3 @ 3 3 : : 0 = @ < : = @ 7 2 / + < 7 B G = 4 = 2 $ 7 < 7 A B @ 7 3 A < 1 t f r r = C < B G ( = / 2 f 6 3 < D 3 @ G 6 C @ A 2 / G > t ; t b > t ; t 1 B 7 D 7 B 7 3 A 4 = @ 1 6 7 : 2 @ 3 < E 7 : : 0 3 > @ = b D 7 2 3 2 t : 3 / A 3 1 = < B / 1 B b b f 4 = @ / 2 2 7 B 7 = < / : 7 < 4 = @ ; / B 7 = < t ) + # # $ ) # ( % ) # r ) ( $ " ( ( ( # 7 @ A B 6 C @ A 2 / G > t ; t 6 3 ; 3 3 B 7 < 5 E 7 : : 0 3 6 3 : 2 7 < B 6 3 1 = C < 1 7 : 1 6 / ; 0 3 @ A = 4 # 7 D 3 & / 9 7 B G / : : / B > t ; t 7 B G / : : 7 A : = 1 / B 3 2 = < B 6 3 1 = @ < 3 @ = 4 6 7 B 3 ) B t / < 2 + ) 7 < # 7 D 3 & / 9 t = @ ; = @ 3 7 < 4 = @ ; / B 7 = < > : 3 / A 3 D 7 A 7 B = C @ E 3 0 A 7 B 3 E E E t A C E / < < 3 3 5 = > t 1 = ; = @ 1 / : : $ / @ G # = C ) 6 / @ > / B b b r f ) + # # $ ) # ( % ) # r ) ( $ " ( ( $ 3 3 B 7 < 5 6 C @ A 2 / G % = b D 3 ; 0 3 @ @ 2 t t $ t 6 3 ) C E / < < 3 3 = C < B G ( 3 > C 0 : 7 1 / < F 3 1 C B 7 D 3 = ; ; 7 B B 3 3 E = C : 2 : 7 9 3 B = 7 < D 7 B 3 / : : 1 = C < B G @ 3 A 7 2 3 < B A B = = C @ % = D 3 ; 0 3 @ @ 2 ; 3 3 B b 7 < 5 t & C @ 5 C 3 A B A > 3 / 9 3 @ E 7 : : 0 3 3 < < 7 A / A = < @ 3 A 7 2 3 < B = 4 B 6 3 ) C E / < < 3 3 = t 1 = b < = ; 7 1 : : 7 / < 1 3 t $ @ t / A = < E 7 : : 2 7 A 1 C A A B 6 3 1 / B / : G A B A 7 B 3 / < 2 = B 6 3 @ > @ = 8 3 1 B A E 7 B 6 7 < B 6 3 = C < B G / < 2 ) B / B 3 t 6 3 ; 3 3 B 7 < 5 E 7 : : 0 3 6 3 : 2 7 < B 6 3 1 = C < 1 7 : 1 6 / ; 0 3 @ A = 4 # 7 D 3 & / 9 7 B G / : : / B > t ; t 7 B G / : : 7 A : = 1 / B 3 2 = < B 6 3 1 = @ < 3 @ = 4 6 7 B 3 ) B t / < 2 + ) 7 < # 7 D 3 & / 9 t = @ ; = @ 3 7 < 4 = @ ; / B 7 = < > : 3 / A 3 D 7 A 7 B = C @ E 3 0 A 7 B 3 E E E t A C E / < < 3 3 b 5 = > t 1 = ; = < B 7 < C 3 2 @ = ; / 5 3 # / 9 3 3 ) = B = / @ ; b 3 @ A $ / @ 9 3 B E 7 : : 6 = A B / @ 3 B C @ < = 4 > = A B b 6 / < 9 A b 5 7 D 7 < 5 = E < B = E < # / 9 3 7 B G ) 6 = > > 7 < 5 E 7 B 6 B 6 3 f A B < < C / : = : 7 2 / G @ / 4 B 3 A B 7 D / : t 7 : A = < / @ 9 E 7 : : 0 3 B 6 3 > : / 1 3 B = A B / @ B G = C @ C G # = 1 / : 6 = : 7 2 / G A 6 = > > 7 < 5 B 6 / B G = C 1 / < 4 7 < 7 A 6 0 G D 7 A 7 B 7 < 5 B 6 3 D / @ 7 = C A / < 2 C < 7 ? C 3 2 = E < B = E < A 6 = > A t @ 7 < 5 / 1 = = : 3 @ E 7 B 6 G = C B = B 6 3 ; / @ 9 3 B A = G = C 1 / < A / 4 3 : G A B = @ 3 G = C @ : = 1 / : : G 5 @ = E < 4 = = 2 A E 6 7 : 3 G = C A 6 = > 2 = E < B = E < tf A B < < C / : = : 7 2 / G @ / 4 B 3 A B 7 D / : ) / B C @ 2 / G % = D t r B 6 b r n t n f f r b

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Title: Suwannee Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J.E. Pound
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Publication Date: 11-23-2011
Frequency: semiweekly[<1990-1994>]
weekly[ former <1897-1928>]
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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 )
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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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Preceded by: Banner (Live Oak, Fla.)
Preceded by: Suwannee leader
Preceded by: Suwannee citizen

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50 CENTS


A new scene in

Suwannee County
At least one local business made room on shelves in its store
last week for a product that hasn't been sold here, legally, since
1946 alcohol containing more than 6.243 percent of alcohol
by volume. There were no challenges filed in circuit court to
test the legality of the election on Aug. 16 moving Suwannee
County to a wet status. The state certified a letter to that effect
from county officials on Thursday. N~ow, businesses with ap-
propriate licenses can sell alcohol containing more than 6.243
percent of alcohol by volume, with the exception of liquor
package sales. Those sales will come later following a double
random d rawi ng. To learn m ore visit http://www. myflo ridali -
cense.com/dbpr/abt/i ndex. htmli. Staff photo


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eachdayThanksgiving is Thursday. We wanted to know
eac nay"What is your favorite Thanksgiving memory?"

By Jeffry Boatright Here is what a few of you had to say.
j eff ry, boatri ght@gafln ews.com I rl


cated about Thanksgiv-
ing for Martha
TBranche.
"It is a time for remembering and
being most thankful to God and for
all He has done," she thoughtfully
explained. "It is also a time to be
thankful for family, friends and
neighbors. With that, all else doesn't
matter."
Branche, who is a native of
Lafayette County, moved to
Suwannee County with her hus-
band, Sterling, in 1989. He was a
Baptist minister and pastored sev-
eral churches in Suwannee County.
Sterling also served as interim
pastor for many churches in the
area and Martha has fond memo-


"My favorite memories "I remember my
would be getting to- whole family getting
gether with my parents together. Those are
and grandparents ,,great memories for
when I was a child." me
-Tom Hutchison -Terry Richardson


"My favorite memory
has been spending
time with my children
and grandchildren. I
now have 12 grand-
children."
-Jean Readyhough


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ries of family gather-
ieng t halnksgiv ng
music on our guitars
tn dthad I grea sime
how it started, but
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-Lynn Murray


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By Jeffry Boatright
jeff ry, boatright@gaflnews .com

A Branford man died at
Shands Gainesville Friday
afternoon, Nov. 18, from
cnjre he ustainedH after
Davidson Motorcycle into
a 2000 model GMC pick-
up, Nov. 17 in Hamilton
County, a family member
has confirmed.
Charles Ronald Miller,
62, died Friday as a result
of the accident, according
to his older sister, Sue
Williams.
According to the Florida
Highway Patrol, Miller
was traveling south on US
129 approaching 76th
Trail in Hamilton County
around 3:30 p.m., follow-
ing the GMC pickup dri-
ven by Douglas McArthur
Parr Jr., 40, when the acci-
dent occurred. Reports
show that Parr slowed to
tumn onto 76th Trail when
he realized a vehicle tray-
eling southbound was
overtaking the northbound
lanes. Parr was forced to
stop but Miller failed to
stop and crashed his mo-

SEE MAN, PAGE 10A


SPORTS

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Jacksonville
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Wednesday Edition November 23, 2011


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Bicyclist


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non-life threat-
ening injuries
By Misty A. Ward
misty.ward@gaflInews.com

A bicyclist was clipped
by the passenger side-view
mirror of a Chevrolet pick-
up truck Thursday momn-
ing, Nov. 17, in southern
Suwannee County.
The Branford man suf-
fered non-life threatening
mnjuries.
The incident happened
around 7:45 a.m. on a fogr-
gy morning east of Bran-
ford on US 27, a bicyclist
was clipped by the passen-
ger side-view mirror, caus-
ing the bicyclist to crash
on the south shoulder of

eChrhtopher Weingarth,
of Branford, was traveling
east on US 27 on the
shoulder of the road on a
bicycle. He was then
struck by the passenger
side-view mirror of a 1997
Chevrolet C1500 pickup
truck driven by Jason
Roberts, of O'Brien, who
was also traveling east.
Weingarth was trans-
ported to Shands
Gainesville by Suwannee
County Fire/Rescue with
non-life threatening in-
juries. Roberts was not in-
jured in the accident.
According to Florida
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WyOman

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By Jeffry Boatright
jeff ry, boatright@gaflnews .com

When
Suwannee
County
Sheriff 's ,
deputies -
arrived to
assist an
individual Lynne
on the Hanson
evening of
Nov. 13, another resident
of the location became dis-
orderly to the point that
she had to be stunned with
a Taser by deputies.
According to reports
from the Suwannee Coun-
ty Sheriffs Office, deputies
responded to 13570 US 90
W, Lot 9, around 10:23
p.m., Nov. 13, to assist a
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-Megan Gilvin


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SSUWANNEE DEMIOCRAT/LIVE OAK


PAG E 2A


WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 2011


Editor 's note: The Stexan-
nee Democrat prints the en-
tire arrest record each week.
If your name appears hely
and you air later found not
"tl~in or the charges are
divpped, we will be happy
to make note of this in the
newspaper when judicial
prvof is presented to its by
you or the authorities.
The following abbrevia-
tions are used below:
SCSO-Suwannee County
Sheriff's Office
LOPD-Live Oak Police
Department
FDLE-Florida Depart-
ment of Law Enforcement


FHP-Florida
Patrol
FWC-Florida
Commission
DOT-Departme
Transportation
OALE-Office o
tural Law Enforce
P & P-Probatio
role
USMS-US Mar
vice
AIF-Departmen
hol, Tobacco and i
DOC-Departme
reactions

November 17,
Slaughter, 23, 5(


Highway Farm Rd, Wellbomn, FL, bat-
tery x2, order take into cus-
Wildlife tody: LOPD Kinsey
November 17, Ronald
:nt of Gene Young, 54, 509
Stephens St, Live Oak, FL,
fAgricul- battery domestic violence:
ment LOPD-Kinsey
n and Pa- November 17, Steven
Allen Stacy, 20, 305 Se
'shals Ser- Braughton St, Branford, FL,
dui: FHP-A.Hughes
Itof Alco- November 18, Salaina
Firearms Audeli Tomlinson, 19, 4194
nlt of Cor- 284th St, Branford, FL, ftae
okc dwls/r, battery, agg as-
sault w/deadly wpn, fel-
Brittany criminal mischief, dwls,


co-fta o/c dwls: SCSO-B.
Mincks
November 19, Francisco
Florez, 31, 1405 Ne Duval
St # 67, Live Oak, FL, crim-
inal mischief: LOPD J.
Rountree
November 19, Shawn
D'aundrea Demps, 24, 5611
153rd Road, Live Oak, FL,
vop o/c criminal mischief:
SCSO-L. Land
November 19, Rebecca
Lee Britt, 29, 1218 Nw 2nd
St, Live Oak, FL, vop o/c
conspiracy to traffic in entrl
sub cannabi, trafficking in
entrl sub cannabis, vop o/c


poss of a entrl
sub; conspiracy to pur-
chase entrl sub: SCSO -
SGT. T. Lee
November 19, Shanard C
Lumpkins, 31, 715 7th
Street Sw, Live Oak, FL,
dui: FHP Hughes
November 20, John Don-
al Bustion, 26, 20297 35th
Dr, Wellbomn, FL, dui:
SCSO-Z. Clark
November 20, Ronald
Gene Young, 54, 509 Ste-
pehsn Street, Live Oak, FL,
viol inj for protection, as-
sault (dom violence):
LOPD J. Rountree


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have Diabetes? Exercise
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SCFR calls for service from

11/13/2011 @ midnight to

11/19/2011 @midnight
Total calls for service: 96

Medical Calls 81

Cardiac: 9

Moo ve icle crash: 8
Miscellaneous medical call: 23
Alt rd mental status: 6

Diabetic: 2
Weakness: 2
Abdominal pain: 2
Seizure: 6
Overdose: 2
Allergic Reaction: 1
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(from left) Kelli Hall, Karen Fraley and Barry Long of the Farmers Cooperative in Live Oak accept The winning scarecrows by the Farmers Cooperative. Photos: Jeffry Boatright
the winning trophy for the Coop's entry in the Scarecrow contest. Randy Torrance (far right), of the
Live Oak Partnership, presented the trophy Thursday morning.
Christmas decor to be showcased


~during Altrusa's Tour of Homes
Event set for December 10


Sharon Jordan, president of Altrusa
International Inc. of Live Oak, an-
nounces the ninth annual Altrusa Christ-
mas Tour of Homes. The featured
homeowners have graciously volun-
teered their homes for the tour, which
will be held on Saturday, Dec. 10 from
12 noon 5 p.m. The event is held to
raise funds, which are returned to the
community through contributions and
service projects.
The Live Oak Garden Club will be the
home base for guests to arrive beginning
at noon to pick up information including
a map to the featured homes. Refresh-
ments will be served.
The cost per ticket is $10. Advance
tickets may be purchased from any Al-
trusa member, or stop by the supervisor


of elections office (Glenda Williams) or
McCrimons Office Supply (Barbie
Scott). Tickets will be sold at the door
on the day of the event.
All profits from the tour of homes
goes directly to Altrusa projects for the
upcoming year. Currently, Altrusa pro-
ceeds go to support community needs
such as Vivid Visions, Hospice, literacy,
scholarships, Suwannee schools reading
programs and many others.
The featured homes for the tour will
be elegantly decorated and fill you with
cheer. Featured homes will be an-
nounced in the upcoming month.
For more information you may con-
tact Glenda Williams 362-2616, Barbie
Scott 362-2171 or Marlene Giese at
364-1947.


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WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 23. 2011


Our sincere thanks go
to the new Shands at Live
Oak Hospital for the ex-
cellent care that was giv-
en to my husband, Tom
Cheek, Sr., in September.
The staff in the Emer-
gency Room and in the
hospital were very effi-
cient in caring for him.
We could not have
asked for better care or


caring people in our time
of need. The people of
Suwannee County and
the surrounding area are
very fortunate to have ac-
cess to this facility and
the personnel when it's
needed.
Sincereti:
1Martha Cheek
(IMrs. Ton? C,. r-, SI:
and Farnilv)


Weddings/Anniversaries

/JUIOCks' both weddlity a4/itVersary
Earle (Boochie) and Frances Bullock will cele-
brate 60 years of marriage on Nov. 25. They were
married at Mount Olive Baptist Church in rural
Wellborn and have lived their entire life in this com-
munity.
Boochie retired in 1995 after 40 years of mobile
:re ;home building. Frances has been a stay at home
mom and homemaker,
They are parents of four children, Pam D'Amour,
Mitchell Bullock and Angela Sealey. They have five
grandchildren and one great grandchild.
Also one son, Kendall who is deceased.
The now retired couple enjoys some gardening,
being with friends and being involved in activities
and services with their church family at Mount
Olive. They also enjoyed traveling and camping for
many years.
The couple would appreciate cards and shared
memories sent to 4115 CR 136, Live Oak, FL
32060.


Than k you
Kudos to our Shands Live Oak. Recently hospital-
ized for a respiratory condition. I was so pleasantly
surprised to find out Live Oak Shands above all stan-
dards.
The professional nursing care CNAs, top notch res-
piratory therapists. The care and consideration of hos-
pital staff. Visited daily by dietary to make sure my
meals were acceptable to me was over and above.
Fresh vegetables, fruits even special treats baked for an
added plus.
Housekeeping was so courteous to make sure the
cleaning products were not offensive. Visited a few
times a day by Miss Wanda to be sure there was noth-
ing I needed. My calls were answered within seconds.
A special Thank you to Dr. Uy and Dr. Borde for
your care and consideration.
Thanks you Shands for making what could have
been a horrible time for me an actually wonderful ex-
perience. Live Oak we are blessed to have this won-
derful facility.
Respectfully and appreciative,
Eileen Lerov

It's Christmas in the

Village with Village
Church Annual Cantata


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The following couples applied for a marriage li-


The Village Church at Advent Christian Village in
Dowling Park, Florida will present its annual Christmas
Cantata on Saturday evening, Dec. 10 at 6:30 p.m., Sun-
day morning, Dec. 11 at 10 a.m. and Sunday afternoon at
Ki::..Fidn t Saior" cn beotie tng tfo thA
Saturday evening and Sunday afternoon performances by
calling the church office at (386) 658-5344. Tickets are not
required for the Sunday morning performance.
For over 30 years, this musical has drawn people from
North Florida and South Georgia. This is an inter-genera-
tional event with a cast and production crew of over 75
children, teens, adults and senior adults combining in dra-
ma and singing to capture the Christmas story in a fresh
and new way each year. A three-octave hand-bell choir is
also featured along with trumpets, guitar, percussion, pi-
ano and organ.
If you want to begin your Christmas season with an in-
spirational music and worship experience, please join us.
All are welcomed.


Su w anne Lights will light

up pour Christmas season
LIVE OAK, FLA The annual Suwannee Lights pre-
sented by the Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park in Live
Oak, Fla will begin December 3 and be open nightly thru
Dec. 24 with dazzling lights, a fantasyland of lighted
Christmas displays, hot chocolate, cookies, Santa, Arts
and Crafts Village tours, entertainment and shopping!
Bring your entire family and make this a tradition start-
ing this year! More than 5 million lights have been lov-
ingly shaped into a wonderland of colorful lights and 3-D
displays to spread the magic of Christmas to all ages. Staff
and volunteers have worked long and hard to make this a
wonderful gift to the community again this year.
When you've completed the ride through Suwannee
Lights, you'll be at the SOSMP Arts and Crafts Village
and Country Store. You'll find lots to see and do and per-
haps youp HCfnddrtehne derec dChristnas gift in one o
Christmas gifts that range from banjos, guitars, benches,
quilts, beeswax candles,
fudge, honey, handmade signs for your yard, long- last-
ing handmade wooden chairs for your porch or yard, jack-
ets and sweat shirts with SOSMP logos and many more
items in the shops or the Country Store. Have your photo
made with Santa, enjoy hot chocolate and cookies and en-
tertainment while you're here building those memories
your children will carry with them forever.
Admission is only $6 per adult Sunday Wednesday; $8
Thursday Saturday and $2 for children any day of the
week! Gather your family and friends together and make
this an annual event that's just pure fun! There's also mu-
sic going on in the Music Hall almost every night and din-
ner and beverages are available at regular prices.
For more about the SOSMP, these events or upcoming
events or accommodations for a day or more at their beau-
tiful campground, go to www.musicliveshere.com or call
386- 364-1683.


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Leon Earline Bass
Nov. 16, 2011

eon Earline Bass,
80, passed away
Nov. 16, 2011 in
Shands at UF, Gainesville,
Fla., following a long ill-
ness. Mr. Bass was a
farmer, a former resident of
O'Brien, Fla. and has
resided in the Ft.White,
Fla. area since 1997.
Survivors include his
wife of 55 years, Maggie
Bass of Ft.White; three
daughters, Shirley Ann
Judy Ziegler, Barbara Ann
Johnston, Lisa Darlene
White all of Ft.White; four
sons, Daniel Douglas, Har-
vey Lavone Tripp, Donald
Ray Bass and Leon Earl
Bass all of Ft. White; one
brother, Junior Bass of
O'Brien; 11 grandchildren,
23 great grandchildren, six
great great grandchildren
also survive .
Funeral services were
conducted Monday, Nov.
21, 2011 at 2 p.m. in
Daniels Memorial Chapel,
Branford, Fla.
Interment followed in
Pleasant Grove Cemetery,
Gilchrist County. Visitation
was held on Monday, one
hour prior to services at the
funeral home.
Daniels Funeral Homes
and Crematory, Inc. Bran-
ford FL.,in charge of
arrangements


Doris Allen
Sept. 2, 1927 -
Nov. 21, 2011

oris Allen, age
84, of Live Oak,
Florida passed
away early Monday momn-
ing Nov. 21, 2011 at Haven
Hospice in Lake City,
Florida following compli-
cations related to
Alzheimer's disease. She
was bomn in Alliance, Fla.
li ing most If rer life in

for many years in the bank-
ing business and retired as
vice president from the
First Commercial Bank of
Live Oak. She was captain
of the Suwannee High
School cheerleaders from
1944-45 and was a member
ofeDaughtersaof Ameri a
United Methodist Church
where she seved as volun-

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and caring mother, grand-
ma and friend. Her warm
and tender smile will be
greatly missed by her fami-
ly and dear friends.
She was predeceased by
her husband, Jimmy Allen.
Survivors include two
sons, Don (Tesie) Allen,
Live Oak, Fla.; Ken (Cyn-
di) Allen, Cocoa Beach,
Fla.; two daughters, Linda
(Bill) Riggins and Susan
(Jim) Farabee both of Live
Oak, Fla.; eleven grand-
children and six great
grandchildren.
Visitation will be held
one hour prior to the ser-
vices from 10 to 11 a.m. in
the fellowship hall at the
church.
Funeral services will be
held 11 a.m., Wednesday,
Nov. 23, 2011 in the First
United Methodist Church
with Rev. Will Finnin offi-
ciating. Interment will fol-
low in the Live Oak Ceme-
tery.
The family suggests
memorial contributions be
made to First United
Methodist Church Memori-
al Fund, 311 S. Ohio Av-
enue, Live Oak, FL 32064.
Please sign the guest-
book at www.harrisfuneral-
homeinc.net.
Harris Funeral Home &
Cremations, Inc., Live
Oak, FL 386-364-5115 is in
charge of all arrangements.


Cecelia Faye Stephen
Nov. 15, 2011

~fcelia Faye
I/Stephen died on
SNov. 15, 2011 after
a lengthy illness. She was
86 years old. Bomn in Birm-
ingham, Alabama, she
spent most of her adult life
in the Washington, D.C.
metropolitan area. She
worked as a secretary, then
founded Cover Girls An-
sering Serdicelat rWash

worked for ACTION as a
program director for the
Retired Senior Volunteer
Program. She worked in
that capacity in Orlando,
Florida in the 1980s, but re-


turned to Washington,
where she retired in 1994.
She moved to Live Oak in
1997. She is survived by
four daughters, Sheryl Nut-
ting of Bakerton, W.V.,
Sharon Thomas of War-
densville, W.V., Linda
Bentley of Live Oak, and
Theresa Stephen of Live
Oak. She was predeceased
by a son, Patrick Stephen.
Ms. Stephen is survived
also by six grandchildren
and seven great-grandchil-
dren.
A memorial service will
be held at a later time.
Daniels Funeral Homes
& Crematory, Inc. Live
Oak & Branford,




Mildred Faye Yarick
July 16, 1934 -
Nov. 19, 2011

ildred Faye
Yarick, age 77,
of Live Oak,
l.passed away Saturday,
Nov. 19, 2011 at Haven
Hospice in Lake City,
Fla.
Harris Funeral Home &
Cremations, Inc., of Live
Oak, FL 386-364-5115 is in
charge of all arrangements.


Charlie Hicks Jr.
Nov. 20, 2011

r. Charlie Hicks
Jr., age 75,
passed away
ov. 20, 2011. Mr. Hicks
was a resident of White
Springs, Fla.
All funeral arrangements
by D.M. Udell and Son of
D.M. Udell Funeral Home.
386-362-4189.


By Jeffe'DB. , iidr ii
A verbal dispute between
a Live Oak man and his
girlfriend escalated into a a
case of domestic violence,
police say.
Officers from the Live
Oak Police Department re-
sponded to a domestic dis-
turbance on Nov. 10, and
discovered that Cortyne
Dunn, 25, 915 Roberts St.,
Live Oak, had struck his
girlfriend in her face and
strangled her, reports show.
According to reports,
Dunn returned home intox-
icated and an argument en-
sued between him and his


girlfriend.
"During this altercation
Dunn allegedly struck his
girlfriend in the face,"
LOPD Detective Justin
Bates reported. "Dunn then
grabbed his girlfriend by
the hair of the head and be-
gan strangling her."
Police say that another
person in the home came
out of his bedroom and wit-
nessed the altercation. He
was able to get Dunn off of
the victim and call 911.
Dunn was arrested on
domestic violence charges
of battery and battery by
strangulation.


Kevin C. Starling
Nov. 18, 1971 -
Oct. 30, 2011


vin C. Starling,
39, Live Oak, Fla.
passed away on
Sunday, Oct. 30, 2011. He
is preceded in death by his
father Dale Starling. He is
survived by his son Levi
Starling of Beverly Hills,
Fla. and his mother Stacey
Starling of Beverly Hills,
Fla. He is also survived by
his mother Janice Starling
of Live Oak, Fla., one sis-
ter: Melissa Hitchcock,
Neosho, Missouri; and one
brother: Seth Starling, Live
Oak, Fla. Kevin is also sur-
vived by longtime girl-
friend Mary Keen, Dowl-
ing Park, Fla. and her
daughters Leah Buchanan
of Dowling Park and Chris-
ten Conine of Live Oak;
three nephews, one niece
and four granddaughters.
Kevin had many, many
friends and will be dearly
missed.
Services were held Nov.
3, 2011 at Dowling Park
Church of God, Bishop
Kevin Swiney officiating.
Daniels Funeral Homes
& Crematory, Inc., of Live
Oak and Branford, FL in
charge of arrangements.


Hallie Nobles
March 6, 1924 -
Nov. 19, 2011


fp se w oallie Nobles, 87,

Saturday, Nov. 19, 2011 af-
ter a long illness. The Dun-
nellon, Fla. native moved
to Live Oak 68 years ago
from Branford, Fla.
and was a member of West-
wood Baptist Church. She
is survived by her two
daugtreI vVic i IMi e)
(Larry) Greene, Live Oak,
es v akns:Ronni No-
(Sheryl) Nobles, Live Oak,
sl. nie gr and Mire
dren. Services were held at
11 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 22 at
Westwood Baptist Church
with Dr. Jimmy Deas and
Mr. Bob Fletcher officiat-

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Members of the Suwannee Democrat editorial board
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Editorial objectives
for 2011

1~1. End prohibition on liquor
2. Install a County Manager
1/3. Take public control of Dowling House
4. Reduce duplication of effort by
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By Jim Hobnes
I can almost guarantee it. If you cross paths
with Lou and Teresa MacDonald here in Live
Oak---and most likely you will as the Madison
couple frequently visits Suwannee County---you
will remember the occasion. After all, it's not
every day that you meet a couple that lives and
breathes Christmas 365-days a year. But then,
would you expect anything less from Santa
Claus and his wife? You see, Lou is a profes-
sional Saint Nick.
Now let's get this straight. When I say he is a
professional," I'm not talking about some guy
who once a year dons a fake beard---OK, they
call them detlc'\esc' beards in the trade----rents a
red suit and goes "Ho, Ho, Ho" in some store to
shill toy sales. I'm speaking about a guy--- who
no matter what his apparel nor where he is---
looks like the jolly old elf...complete with an
eight-inch long, snow-white beard and the ap-
propriate girth. Be he in Bermuda shorts or blue
jeans...in Atlanta or Zanesville, you still will
know that he is "the man."
The MacDonald's weren't always as they are
today, however. Their Santa journey began in the
North Georgia city of Buford more than a decade
ago. Lou had been a professional grounds keep-
er for a college, but a 30-foot fall and a resulting
spinal injury eventually ended that career. He
would later go to work at his local Walmart,
where on Halloween in 1997---and decked out
for the occasion---he was assigned the task of
giving candy to trick-or-treaters. Lou loved it,
and clearly the kids loved him back! So much so,
that his store manager asked Lou---then clean
shaven---to be the store's seasonal Santa. Al-
though Lou says he was a little hesitant about
taking on the role at first, he finally agreed and
even purchased the required Ho-Ho suit.
It is here that the MacDonald's Santa odyssey
takes a tragic, but important, detour. The couple
was to travel to Jacksonville that November to
spend Thanksgiving with their only grandson;
five-month-old Kieran. Lou even planned to take
his new Santa suit for family photos. The trip
took place, but not as initially planned. Five days
before the holiday, Kieran died of a brain
aneurysm. The MacDonald's were of course
crushed...and yet Lou was expected to return to
work shortly after the child's funeral and be-
come the jolliest of all human beings. He is hon-
est about those dark days. If the store hadn't al-
ready advertised Santa's presence, he wouldn't
have returned to work so soon. But, as Teresa re-
minded him, he simply couldn't disappoint all
those kids.
The first child to crawl up in his lap would be,
of course, the most memorable, but not for the
reasons you might think. You see, the little girl's
family had suffered a recent loss of their own; a
still-bomn little boy. To Lou's amazement, before
asking "Santa" for all:, Illilly. she wanted to thank
him. After all, as he had approached, Santa had
vigorously rung the sleigh bells he carried ...and
she "knew" he had done that just to insure that
her little brother was given his angel wings! The
story---and its' relevance to his own loss---
moved him.
Lou will tell you that in the coming days, he
discovered those children who visited with him
were like medicine for his soul. Their awe and
joy at visiting with Santa might not have elimi-


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PAG E 6A


WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 2011


OPINION



Should the rich be condemned?
Thomas Edison invented the in- valuable services for -- and there-
candescent bulb, the phonograph, 1 fore please -- their fellow man,
the DC motor and other items in N I~NORITY People voluntarily took money
everyday use and became wealthy out of their pockets to purchase
by doing so. Thomas Watson VIEW the products of Gates, Pfizer or
founded IBM and became rich IBM. High incomes reflect the
through his company's contribu- TC democracy of the marketplace.
tion to the computation revolution. The reason Gates is very wealthy
Lloyd Conover, while in the em- is millions upon millions of peo-
=e 2011 Creators Syndicate
ploy of Pfizer, created the antibiot- ple voluntarily reached into their
ic tetracycline. Though Edison, BY WALTER WILLIAMIS pockets and handed over $300 or
Watson, Conover and Pfizer be- $400 for a Microsoft product.
came wealthy, whatever wealth they received pales in com- Those who think he has too much money are really regis-
parison with the extraordinary benefits received by ordi- tering disagreement with decisions made by millions of
nary people. Billions of people benefited from safe and ef- their fellow men.
ficient lighting. Billions more were the ultimate beneficia- In a free society, in a significant way income inequality
ries of the computer, and untold billions benefited from reflects differences in productive capacity, namely one's
healthier lives gained from access to tetracycline. ability to please his fellow man. For example, I can play
President Barack Obama, in stoking up class warfare, basketball and so can LeBron James, but would the Miami
said, "I do think at a certain point you've made enough Heat pay me anything close to the $43 million they pay
money." This is lunacy. Andrew Camnegie's steel empire him? If not, why not? I think it has to do with the discrim-
produced the raw materials that built the physical infra- inating tastes of basketball fans who pay $100 or more to
structure of the United States. Bill Gates co-founded Mi- watch the game. If the Miami Heat hired me, they would
crosoft and produced software products that aided the com- have to pay fans to watch.
puter revolution. But Camnegie had amassed quite a fortune Stubbomn ignorance sees capitalism as benefiting only
long before he built Camnegie Steel Co., and Gates had the rich, but the evidence refutes that. The rich have always
quite a fortune by 1990. Had they the mind of our presi- been able to afford entertainment; it was the development
dent, we would have lost much of their contributions, be- and marketing of radio and television that made entertain-
cause they had already "made enough money." ment accessible to the common man. The rich have never
Class warfare thrives on ignorance about the sources of had the drudgery of washing and ironing ll.Illilly. beating
income. Listening to some of the talk about income differ- out carpets or waxing floors. The mass production of wash-
ences, one would think that there's a pile of money meant ing machines, wash-and-wear ilh allilly. vacuum cleaners
to be shared equally among Americans. Rich people got to and no-wax floors spared the common man this drudgery.
the pile first and greedily took an unfair share. Justice re- At one time, only the rich could afford automobiles, tele-
quires that they "give back." Or, some people talk about un- phones and computers. Now all but a small percentage of
equal income distribution as if there were a dealer of dol- Americans enjoy these goods.
lars. The reason some people have millions or billions of The prospects are dim for a society that makes mascots
dollars while others have very few is the dollar dealer is a out of the unproductive and condemns the productive.
racist, sexist, a multinationalist or just plain mean. Eco-
nomic justice requires a re-dealing of the dollars, income Walter E. Williams is a professor of economics at G. *.
redistribution or spreading the wealth, where the ill-gotten IMason University: To find out more about Walter E.
gains of the few are returned to their rightful owners. Williams and Irad featitivs b other Creators S indicatee
In a free society, for the most part, people with high in- writers and cartoonists, visit the Creators S indicatee Web
comes have demonstrated extraordinary ability to produce page at xx x~creators.con7.


November 2011

This month we would like to re-
port on the following topics of in-
terest:

1) District re-accreditation
Our five year Southern Associa-
tion of Colleges and Schools Coun-
cil on Accreditation and School
Improvement (SACS CASI) ac-
creditation visit is scheduled for
Dec. 4-7. Schools to be visited include Branford Elemen-
tary, Branford High, Suwannee Elementary, Suwannee
Middle and Suwannee-Hamilton Technical Center.
To eamn and maintain district accreditation, we must:
Meet quality standards
Engage in a continuous process of improvement
Demonstrate quality assurance through internal and
external review
Full details concerning the accreditation visit can be
found on the District's website. From the homepage,
choose the "District Accreditation" link on the "Quick
Links" menu, or you can contact Cheryl Mae Brinson, di-
rector of special programs.

2) Synthetic marijuana
Suwannee County Sheriff Tony Cameron gave a pre-
sentation to our School Board at the November Board
workshop regarding the dangers of our students consum-
ing synthetic incense or potpourri commonly known as
synthetic marijuana. If consumed, the chemicals it con-
tains mimics the effects of marijuana. It is marketed as in-
cense or potpourri and is being sold on the Intemnet and
sometimes in local novelty shops, tobacco shops and con-
venience stores within our county under various names,
such as K2, Scooby Snax, Wizard of Oz and Spice, just to
name a few and is considered to be legal but can be dan-
gerous.
During the next several weeks, presentations will be
made to our students, parents, faculty and staff regarding
the use of these products. Your cooperation in helping us
wamn students and parents about this dangerous drug is
greatly appreciated.

3) Suwannee-Hamilton Technical Center School-Wide
Advisory Council
Walter Boatright, principal of Suwannee-Hamilton


Technical Center /Director of Career, Technical and Adult
Education and his faculty and staff held a meeting of
Suwannee-Hamilton Technical Center's School-Wide Ad-
visory Council this month,
We are very fortunate to have community members
who assist in advising Suwannee-Hamilton Technical
Center on curriculum and other educational matters. We
will continue our efforts to provide the necessary services
to our secondary and adult students at Suwannee-Hamil-
ton Technical Center.

4) Branford High School grant
Congratulations to Branford High School for receiving
a $1,000 grant from Windstream. Special thanks to Patty
Harris, a grandparent, who completed the survey for the
grant. Ms. Harris has requested that the $1,000 be used
for new uniforms and equipment for the Branford High
School track team.

5) High School homecomings
Homecoming activities were held during October for
Suwannee High School and Branford High School. The
17th Annual Big Blue Raid and the 2nd Annual Bulldog
Bash events were both a huge success. Special thanks to
Tracy Lamb, Stacy Young, Hillary Cannon and Adrienne
Taylor for providing the leadership to make their respec-
tive event a success!

6) Customer Service
Stephanie McClendon, First Federal Bank of Florida
representative, gave a customer service presentation to di-
rectors, principals, assistant principals and board mem-
bers on Oct. 19. Ms. McClendon emphasized the impor-
tance of providing quality customer service to our stu-
dents, parents, community and others visiting our
schools. We will continue our efforts to improve the cus-
tomer service at each of our school sites, District Office,
and all other district facilities.
Your comments and suggestions are needed on how we,
as a school district, can better serve our parents and stu-
dents.

Please feel free to contact me. I can be reached at the
following :
Email: j ascarborough @suwanneeschools.org
Home Phone: (386) 362-3463
Cell Phone: (386) 362-8037
Work Phone: (386) 647-4600


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Serving southern Suwannee County, including Branford, O'Brien and McAlpin


WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 2011


SSUWANNEE DEMIOCRAT/LIVE OAK


PAGE 7A


By Misty A. Ward
misty.wardegafinews.com

Although two mo-
torists came out mnjury
free in a motor vehicle
accident in Branford on
Friday morning, their ve-
hicles sustained an excess
of $9,000 in damages, the
Suwannee County Sher-
iff's Office reported.
Teresa Carrier of
O'Brien, was traveling
north on S.W. Drane
Street, when she pulled
into the right-of-way at
the intersection of S.W.
Drane Street and Plant

Ao enue TWies idn1 Bran-

that was traveling west
and was driven by Everett
Phillips, of Lake City, re-
ports state.
Carrier's front end of
her minivan collided with
the drivers' side quarter
panel, dented the drivers'
side door, knocked out
the rear end and damaged
the drive train of the pick-
up truck, SCSO Deputy
David Taylor said.
Both vehicles were
towed from the scene.
Carrier was cited on
the scene with obstruc-
tion of the right-of-way.


No injuries were sustained in this motor vehicle accident in Branford on Friday morning. According to Suwannee County
Sheriff's Office Deputy David Taylor, who reported on scene, there is an excess of $9,000 in damages to the vehicles. The
front end of the minivan collided with the drivers' side quarter panel, dented the drivers' side door, knocked out the rear
end and damaged the drive train of the pickup truck, Taylor said.


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Both vehicles were towed from the scene of a motor vehicle accident at the intersection of S.W. Drane Street and West
Plant Avenue, in Branford on Friday morning. No one was injured in the two vehicle wreck. Photo: Misty A. Ward


'Signs, signs everywhere there's signs' at Branford Library


Branford Library hosted its craft night on
Nov. 7 to make wooden yard signs.
According to Library officials, 12 people
came in to make yard signs. Projects are free for
library guests.


Crafters make wooden yard signs at the Branford Library on Nov. 7


INDEX

Arrests .............2A
Legal Notices .. .. .. ..5B
Obituaries .. .. .. .. . .5A
Sports ...............1B
Suwannee Living .. ..4A
Viewpoint .. .. .. .. . .6A

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PAG E 2B J2


Branford Love-N-Care VPK students and families celebrated Thanksgiving last Friday, in Branford, with a traditional sit down turkey dinner.
Photos by: Misty A. Ward


No inj urios in motor vehicle

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yOur helD!
The holiday season is ap-
proaching and we already have
several children's names on the
request list. The Toys for Kids
project provides toys and
clothes for the children of the
Branford, O'Brien and McAlpin
areas.
Over the past decade generous
and loving folks of our area
have helped us fulfill the Christ-
mas wishes of needy children
that might not otherwise have
had a Christmas.
Many of the families have re-
quested food, blankets and
shoes. One young man has re-
quested a guitar, however our
budget will not allow us to
spend that amount on one child.
If someone has a used guitar that
they will be willing to donate, it
would be gr atlly appreciated


Roger Burnside at 386-935-
3343. You may drop off your do-
nations at the Branford Town
Hall, O'Brien Feed and Hard-
ware store or at 25241 SR 247 in
O'Brien.
No donation is too small and
all will be greatly appreciated.


Su perviso r
of Elections
in Bran ford
Dec. 12

Suwannee County Su-
pervisor of Elections Glen-
da Williams will be avail-
able at the Branford Li-
brary on Monday, Dec. 12
from 9 until 4:30. You can
register to vote, change
your address with the elec-
tions office or take care of
any business you may have
with the elections office.



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On Nov. 24, Thanksgriving
day, the men's fellowship of
O'Brien Baptist Church pro-
vides a free community Thanks-
giving dinner from 12 p.m. until
3:30 p.m. Dinner will consist of
traditional meats, vegetables
and desserts in a friendly, festive
atmosphere.
Transportation and delivery
provided in southemnSuwannee

We are located one block west
of the flashing light in O'Brien.
Remember, no charge and no
offerings. Everyone is welcome.
For more information, please
call 386-935-3603.
Tom Rumbaugh. director,
men's fellowship.


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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 2011


The Suwannee/Lafayette Retired Educator's Association celebrated "Florida Retired
Educator Day" on Monday, Nov. 14, 2011 at 11 a.m. at the Suwannee River State Park.
Andrea Miller, unit president, opened and presided over the meeting.


over four years, scholarship requires a minimum ACT score of 22 or a SAT score of
1000, money goes to student, not to the college, the winners will be announced at the
Close of the school year. For additional information and application, see your scholarship
counselor. Student must teach one year for each year used.
The members enjoyed the picnic. The best cook in the state, Willie Veal, grilled the
franks and hamburgers that were provided by the members.
We are asking all members to come join us at our next meeting. It will be Monday,
Dec. 12 at 2 p.m. at St. Luke's Episcopal Church in Live Oak. Informative and Protec-
tive Services will provide the speaker for this meeting. The topic will be "Elder Holiday
Safety". There will be musical entertainment and members are asked to bring holiday
goodies and recipes to share. Come join us at St. Luke's on Dec. 12 at 2 p.m.


RICK ScoTT
GOVERNOR


RETIRED EDLICATORS DAY
WHEREMS, the educational system within our state is a vital part of our society, providing
education for youngand old alike; and
WHERBAS, at the heart ofthe educational system is the educator who is devoted to sharing his
or her knowledge whth their students: and
WHEREAS, in Florida, we have many retired educators who have spent most oftheir lives giving
themselves to our education system and our students.
NOW, THEREFORE, I, Rick Scott, Govenor of the Slate of Florida, do hereby extend greetings
and best wishes to all observing November 21, 2011 as Retired Educoatrs Day.
IN WITNES WHEREOF, I have
hereunto set my hand and
caused the Great Seal of the
State of Florida to be affixed at
Tallahassee, the Capital, this
25* day of October, in the year
two thousand eleven.



Governor


Suwannee/Latayette Retired Educator's Association participants from lett: tloulse Grec
Blalock, Janice Mills, Laura Hodges, Dorthy J. Johns, Andrea Miller and Kenneth Lee.


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A candlelight memorial service was led by Elouise Green, as the unit shared memories
and gave verbal reflections on the lives of: Lillian Keene (Jan. 18, 2011) elementary
teacher at Suwannee Elementary East; Louise H. Hall (June 5, 2011) elementary teacher
at Suwannee Elementary West and Harvey W. Fleming (June 25, 2011).
Laura Hodges, District 3 State Trustee, reported that this year's Florida Retired Edu-
cators foundation scholarship ($3,250 for four years) is available for any Branford,
Lafayette or Suwannee high school senior majoring in education and becoming a teacher.
The requirements for the Florida Retired Educations foundation scholarship for
$3,250, four year scholarship are: graduating high school senior desiring to become a
teacher, student must attend accredited community or four year college, money spread


Hardee's night for the


Andrea Miller and Janice MillS. Courtesy photos


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tributed by the band members & par-
ents. Please insure you present one of these
to the cashier when ordering or paying.


FFA Alumni


tic ts for
Boston butts
The Suwannee FFA
Alumni is selling tickets for
Boston butts until Dec. 9.
The tickets are $25, they
will be smoked and ready
for pick up on Dec. 23 from
2 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the SHS

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pounds. The money raised
from this will go towards
FFA student scholarships.
The tickets can be pur-
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THE SUWANNEE COUNTY VETERAN'S SERVICE OFFICER (CVSO)
has moved to 224 Pine Ave., Live Oak.
Hours are 8 to 5 Monday Friday.
Travel days once per month to Wellborn
Community Center (2"" Friday each month).
Dowling Park Philips building
(3'" Friday each month).
Branford County Health Care building on 129
(Last Thursday of each month).
Call date/time schedule and for
appointments with the CVSO,
(386) 364-3403


"Searching for a King...

Finding a Savior"

For over 30 years, this musical has drawn people
from North Florida and South Georgia. This is an
intergenerational event with a cast and production
crew of over 75 children, teens and adults combining
in drama and singing to capture the Christmas story in
a fresh and new way each year. A three-octave hand-
bell choir is also featured along with trumpets, guitar,
percussion, piano and organ. If you want to begin
your Christmas season with an inspirational music
and worship experience, please join us. All are
welcome.

Saturday, Dec.10' at 6:30 p.m. and Sunday,
Dec.11th at 10:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m.

Tickets for this year's program,
can be obtained at no cost for the
Saturday evening and Sunday afternoon

performances at the church office
(386-658-5344). Tickets are not required
for the Sunday morning performance.
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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 2011


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people can do. The best way to tackle
them is to set goals such as being more
physically active or losing some weight
and then breaking them down into small
steps that you can achieve. For exam-
ple, for being more active, decide what
you can do this week, like deciding on
what and when, and making sure you
have the equipment. Finding a buddy
for support and encouragement will
make it easier. Start from your current
fitness level and increase from there.
Walking is a great way to be more ac-
tive since everyone knows how to do it
and all that is needed is a supportive
pair of shoes. Begin with a short walk
and increase the distance and speed
each week as your body gets stronger
and your energy level goes up. Walking
for 30 minutes five days a week is opti-
mal for lowering your risk for diabetes.
Wearing a pedometer and recording the
number of steps for each day can be
motivating .
Weight loss of just 5-7 percent of to-
tal body weight helps to greatly reduce
the risk for diabetes. That means for a
person who weighs 180 pounds, losing
nine to thirteen pounds will make a big
difference! One small step could be to
watch portion sizes and make them a
little smaller than before. Enjoy every
bite but eat less. Another step is to read
labels in order to choose foods with less


fat, calories, and salt. Eating more
fruits, vegetables, and whole grains can
be another step to help in weight loss.
Involve the whole family in small
lifestyle changes. Being more active to-
gether is much more fun than doing it
alone! Giving each other support in eat-
ing more healthy foods can go a long
way to insure success in keeping the
changes in place for the long haul.
Diabetes prevention is possible, pow-
erful, and proven. Start today to make
small changes toward a healthier family.
For more information, contact Cathy
Rogers (386) 362-2771 or
cjrogers @ufl.edu.
All programs and related activities
sponsored for, or assisted by, the Insti-
tute of Food and Agricultural Sciences
are open to all persons with non-dis-
crimination with respect to race, creed,
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By Cathy' Rogers
UF/IFAS Stexannee County' Extension
Are you at risk for diabetes? If you
are not sure, answer the following ques-
tions: 1) Do you have any close rela-
tives who have been diagnosed with di-
abetes or pre-diabetes? 2) Are you over
the age of 50? 3) Are you African
American, Hispanic/Latino, American
Indian, Alaskan Native, Pacific Islander,
or Asian American? 4) Have you or
your mother ever had gestational dia-
betes? 5) Do you have an apple-shaped
body (largest part around the waist)?
If you said yes to any of these ques-
tions, you are at risk for developing
type 2 diabetes. Many people think that
diabetes cannot be prevented and that
once diagnosed, it cannot be reversed,
but today there are studies that show
lifestyle changes substantially reduce
the risk for diabetes. By being more
physically active, making some health-
ful changes in the way you eat, and


achieving modest weight loss you can
prevent or delay the onset of the dis-
ease.
Diabetes is the condition of the body
not making or not properly using in-
sulin. When this happens, sugar, also
called glucose, from food is not able to
enter body cells where it is to be used
for energy. Instead, it stays in the
bloodstream making the blood thicker
and less able to carry oxygen and nutri-
ents to the cells. When tiny blood ves-
sels in the eyes, kidneys, nerves, and
heart get clogged by the thickened
blood, complications like blindness,
kidney (renal) disease, numbness in the
feet and legs which can lead to infec-
tions that are slow to heal, and cardiac
disease can result. Preventing diabetes
from occurring involves lifestyle
changes which are hard to do but the re-
ward is worth it!
Change isn't easy. Making lifestyle
changes is one the hardest things that


By IMichaelBrown Resource (Consultant
Stexannee Count\' Conservation District)
Approximately 50 participants attended
the 3rd Annual Wildlife Field Day and
Archery Toumnament at the Florida Sher-
iff's Boys Ranch near Live Oak. The field
day was hosted by Suwannee County Con-
servation District (SCCD).
Nancy Bamnes, vice-chairperson of the
SCCD welcomed the group.
Guest speaker was Steve Shea, of Shea
Wildlife and Environmental Services,
INC. Steve has managed white-tail deer in
Florida for more than 25 years. He is the
recipient of the QDMA Professional Deer
Manager of the Year.
His presentation was followed by a soil
testing presentation by Chris Vann,
Lafayette County Extension Agent.
Wildlife food plots are part of the forestry
management practices in Florida, and soil
testing and lime requirements insure an
ample supply of different food crops for all
wildlife, including deer.
A tour of the food plot followed with
Garrett McCray (SCCD) and Joel Love


(Environmental Field Representative) with
the Florida Department of Agriculture and
Consumer Services (FDACS). Several dif-
ferent varieties of legumes and forage
crops were planted for not only deer, but
other species of wildlife.
A lunch meal was provided by the Dis-
trict.
The Archery Toumnament followed
lunch on a realistic 3-D course. The partic-
ipants were able to hone their skills at 12
stations with 251ife-like targets. Even
though the targets were static, a keen eye
was needed to hit the bulls-eye placed on
each target. The weather cooperated and
the contestants enjoyed the event. Prizes
were awarded for 1st-3rd place in youth
and adult classes.
The Boys Ranch received the net pro-
ceeds from the day. Several of the Ranch-
ers who work with the farm program at the
Ranch, assisted with the event.
The SCCD would like to thank all our
sponsors that helped make the day a suc-
cess. Without their support, an event like
this would not be possible.


Suwannee Democrat reporter, Misty A. Ward

Suwannee Democrat reporter, Misty A.
Ward visits the Joumnalism I class at Bran-
ford High School on Tuesday morning.
She spoke about her background in jour-
nalism including being an editor, page de-
signer and reporter. Ward also helped the
classes work on understanding leads by
explaining the purpose of them, the key
components and the different types. Each
class went through a local newspaper and
identified the types of leads, whether or
not they contained the key components of
who, what, when, where, why and how,
and edited leads as necessary for better


flow.
Branford is in its first year of having a
Journalism Academy with instructor Angel
Hill at the helm. There are four Joumnalism
I classes and one Joumnalism II-IV class,
which consists of second-year yearbook
students. The students in the upper level
journalism class work on the yearbook,
take pictures and submit articles to the Big
Blue News.
For more information on the Joumnalism
Academy, visit Suwannee.BHS.schoold-
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ries of those days, recalling
the joy he received from
serving in that capacity.
"Sterlingr always wanted
to be a full-time minister
and was able to do so for
two years, after retiring
from Alltel," she said.
The couple married in
1961 and shared many
wonderful years together,


before Sterling's death in
1998.
"We had more happiness
in our 37 years together
than many people have in a
lifetime," Branche recalled
with a gentle smile.
Perhaps those memories
are what make Branche's
Thanksgivings so meaning-
ful. The memories of the
great father and husband
Sterling Branche was reit-


erate the significance of
Thanksgiving for Martha.
"We've had so many
good times," Branche re-
calls. "The children all
share stories about their fa-
ther and we thoroughly en-
joy the laughter and the
memories."
Some of Branche's fa-
vorite memories are those
of spending Thanksgiving
in Lafayette County's hunt-
ing woods. She reminisces
how her entire family often
joined 50 to 75 people at
the hunting camp to cele-
brate Thanksgiving. Every-
one carried food and en-
joyed a wonderful feast in
North Florida's pristine
wilderness. For the Branch-
es, it was a memorable time


of fellowship and love that
required no television or
video games for entertain-
ment or satisfaction.
"The ladies walked out
through the woods and
picked up pretty pine cones
after we ate lunch,"
Branche recalled.
Indeed, the Branche fam-
ily shares some beautiful
memories of Thanksgiving,
but they continue to make
memories as Martha enjoys
her children, Bruce, Bubba,
Patti and their families.
"I have three children
and four grandchildren,"
Branche proudly said. "To
the grandchildren, I am
Nana."
The Branche family en-
joys a traditional Thanks-


giving meal each year. With
laughter, Martha explains
that requests are usually
made for her sweet potato
souffle and pecan pie. This
year, she plans to go to the
home of her youngest son,
Bruce, and his family in
Mayo. There she will see
most of the family and be-
fore the day is over, she will
probably see them all.
Anyone who knows
Martha Branche will quick-
ly recognize that she does-
n't wait until the fourth
Thursday of November to
celebrate Thanksgriving.
She is simply thankful for
the gifts in her life, the
blessings she has received
and the family she shares
them with on a daily basis.


Each morning, Branche
begins her day with prayer
and a Bible reading. Her
days are devoted to serving
God, her family, friends and
neighbors. In a sense,
Thanksgiving lunch is
served in her home every
day. During the week,
Branche prepares lunch for
her sons, who work in Live
Oak. They often drop in and
savor some of their mother's
delightful southern cooking.
Branche is also an active
member at Westwood Bap-
tist Church in Live Oak,
where she is devoted to
teaching Sunday school and
singing in the senior choir.
As a mother and grand-
mother, Branche has an
abundance of wonderful
memories from Thanksgiv-
ings that have come and
gone, but she looks ahead,
anticipating the lingering
joys of the family she loves
and creating new memories,
Through her commitment
and unwavering example,
others also realize there is
nothing complicated about
Thanksgiving.
As Martha Branche says,
"It is a time for remember-
ing and being most thankful
to God and for all He has
done."


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nated his personal sorrow,
but made it at least more
bearable. So what started
out as a one-time, season-
able job, evolved into
something far more impor-
tant in the lives of the Mac-
Donald's. And as a result,
the "designer beard"
would give way to the real
McCoy...that first Santa
suit would be replaced by
more realistic ones...and
Teresa, decked out in a
beautiful, flowing red
gown, would become the
consummate "Mrs. Claus."
In the coming years, Lou
became the "go to guy" in
North Georgia when a San-
ta was needed. He says he
would start having corpo-
rate bookings as early as
October. Then there were
also the numerous TV ap-
pearances.
With his move to North
Florida three-years ago,
the number of corporate
jobs became fewer, but that
doesn't mean Santa is idle.
Lou explains that since re-
locating---he calls Madi-
son "the Narth Pole"--
church visits, for which he
doesn't normally charge,
have become an important
part of his life...one for
which he has even devel-
oped a special program. "I
explain to the kids that first
and foremost, Santa--like
all Christians---is nothing
more than a servant of Je-
sus, whose birthday we are
celebrating." And as
Christ's servant, he ex-
plains, Santa is charged
with doing good
works...in his case, bring-
ing gifts to the deserving.
But he also tells the little
ones, they too have an
obligation to do good
things in Christ's name.
Does it seem somehow
ironic that the figure that
has become the epitome of
Christmas commercialism
should be delivering such a
message? Not at anl. In
fact, if the 4th Century
bishop we know as Saint
Nicholas were still alive
today, I suspect he'd be


saying exactly the same.
If you or your group
would like to learn more
about arranging a visit
from Santa and Mrs.
Clause, you can reach
them by sending an email
to SantaNiclaus@aol.com.
Or you can visit Santa's
webpage at www.SantaNi-
claus.com.


Continued From Page 1A

torcycle into the back of
Parr's pickup.
As a result of the impact,
Miller was ejected and
thrown over Parr's pickup.
He died Friday at Shands
Gainesville from his in-
juries.
Parr nor a passenger in
the truck, Jonathan L. Parr,
15, were injured.
In the hours following
Miller's death, over-
whelming comments
flooded his Facebook page
consoling family, friends
and remembering him.
"Ron my dear husband
and best friend.....I will
miss you. Making plans for
our future. This is truly
killing me.. Angels are
there for you.... love you,"
his wife, Linda Miller
wrote.
There was also a memo-
rial video of Miller posted
along with messages from
those who cared from


friend Crystal Lyons.
"In loving memory of
my friend Ron Miller,"
Lyons wrote, accompany-
ing the video.
Friend Victoria Driver
sent a message of condo-
lences to family and
friends.
"Our hearts go out to all
of Ron's family and friends
in their time of sorrow,"
Driver wrote. "As I am
deeply shocked at the sud-
den loss of such a great
man and while my heart is
hurting, the fact that I have
been one of the fortunate
ones lucky enough to call
him my friend brings me
great comfort. His passing
has left a huge void in all
our lives!"
Cindy Roberts said she
was glad to have known
Miller.
"I will keep praying for
your children and family. I
know how bad something
like that hurts. Ride on,
buddy," Roberts wrote.


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person who resides at that resident. When
deputies arrived, Tracy Lynne Hanson, 49,
of the same address, was consuming alco-
hol.
Authorities say that Hanson had to be
asked four different times not to interfere
while they were attempting to help the oth-
er resident and she responded by scream-
ing and cursing at the deputies.
Reports show that Hanson was detained
and placed in handcuffs. When deputies


attempted to place her into the patrol car,
she began resisting and refused to enter the
back seat.
In an effort to gain compliance, officers
stunned Hanson with a taser. She then en-
tered the vehicle, laid on her back and
kicked one of the deputies in the chest
with her right foot, reports show.
Hanson was transported to the Suwan-
nee County Jail where she was booked on
charges of disorderly intoxication, battery
on a law enforcement officer and resisting
arrest.


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day afternoon after being involved in a wreck in Hamilton
County. Miller died Friday afternoon from his injuries.


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p.m. till 3:30 p.m. The
cost of "The Documented
History of the Town of
White Springs" is $24.95.
She has 100 copies avail-
able. I would suggest you
come early if you want one.
If you are fortunate enough
to purchase one, you will
be glad you did---A won-
derful, wonderful book.
Truly a blessing.
Very quickly, two other
books I highly recommend
iln Mliay redng or gf
"A Memory of a Lanrge
Christmas". The book writ-
ten by Jasper native, Lillian
Smith is set in Jasper, Flori-
da, shortly before the turn
of the 20th century. Lillian
Smith, one of the South's
most famous and prolific
20th century writers also
published "Strange Fruit"
which was set in Jasper,
Florida, although in the
book, the town is called
Maxwell, Georgia, and
"Killers of the Dream", her
commentary of Civil Rights
in the South. "A Memory of
a Large Christmas" is a
"must read"--short and
beautifully written.... You
will love it.
Finally, I whole heartedly


to know the children and
through them, the families
of the Lawn. She has served
on many local non-profit
organization boards and on
the Town Council. Along
the way, she and her hus-
band reared three children,
Cleta, Melissa, and Clay-
built a home and started a
small family business. Her
family including two grand-
children, a grandchild on
the way, three grand-dogs,

;"' :and-c and svens
is her work among the peo-
ple of White Springs, Flori-
da.
On a personal note, I am
"tied" by blood on the
Hunter side of my family to
Tracy's husband, Clayton
E. "Wo0dy" Wo0dard, as
well as to her children and
grandchildren. The inter-
twining limbs of the family
trees for the Bullard and
Hunter families of Hamil-
ton County are, shall we
say, "close", very "close".
Her children and grand-
children will host a book
signing reception for Tracy
on Saturday, Dec. 3, at
Florida's Nature and Her-
itage Tourism Center, White
Springs, Florida, from 2


recommend that you read
Patrick Smith's "Florida: A
Land Remembered". A
sweeping fitional sagra that
"tells the story" of the set-
tlement of the State of
Florida through the eyes of
a pioneer family...You will
not be able to put it
down....Smith is not a na-
tive Floridian, but his mas-
terful work is very, very
noteworthy.
Well, those are my holi-
da rco mnonatint

can go on line and purchase
"A Memory of a Large
Christmas" by Lillian
Smith, as well as "Florida:
A Land Remembered", and
you can drive over to White
Springs, on Saturday, Dec.
3, and purchase "The Docu-
mented History of the Town
of White Springs" or you
can order it by e-mailing
Tracy Wo0dard at history-
ofwhitespringsa@ gmail.com
From the Eight Mile Still,
on the Woodpecker Route,
north of White Springs, I
wish you all a day filled
with joy, peace, and, above
all, lots of love and laugh-
ter. So blessed to be in the
number "one more time".


During this season of
Thanksgiving, I wish to
give thanks for many bless-
ings and among these are
wonderful books.. .You
may think it rather odd for
me to offer oblations for the
gifts of the printed word,
but I truly do.
Where would we be
without so many wonderful
books? Books that have
held me in "good stead"
through the years---I won't
enumerate all my favorites-
-both fition and non-fi-
tion, but I do want to ree-
olmnend three to you, and I
believe, if you are a reader
and love this area, you will,
indeed, receive a blessing
from reading these---and,
hopeefull~y like me, you will
First, I heartily recom-
mend a new publication,
"The Documented History


of White Springs" by Tracy
Woodard. I read this new
work from "cover to cov-
er"; the entire 122 pages
took me about Hyve hours,
because I did swing it from
"limb to limb", as it were. I
am a seventh generation
Floridian and, for this state,
which has only been a state
for 166 years, that reaches
back a "fur piece". I didn't
think there was much about
the history of my home
which had eluded me. I was
wrong. This book is not
some luIIII-IIIIII over mag-
nolia myth"...It is a docu-
mented history, and it pre-
sents the history of White
Springs, Florida, with all its
glory, as well its "bumps
and warts" I'tlts ret "gos-I

rejoiced in reading it.
Tracy Wo0dard is a li-
brarian for the White


Springs Public Library. I
have known Tracy person-
ally for 35 years, and she is
a treasured friend. I had the
privilege of teaching and/or
being the principal for all
three of her children.
Tracy embraced the peo-
ple and culture of her hus-
band's north Florida home
when she arrived in White
Springs as a newlywed in
1974. Her work as a social
columnist and general as-
sigmnent repo~rter fo~r local
newspapers exposed her to
the stories of the people of
White Springs, Florida. As
a teacher's assistant at the
local school, South Hamil-
ton Elementary, she came


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Seminoles and Florida Gators Branded
to Promote Florida Agriculture


Tallahassee, FL Florida
Agriculture Commissioner
Adam Putnam announced to-
day the Florida Department
of Agriculture and Consumer
Services has teamed up with
two of the state's top brands
- the Florida Gators and
Florida State Seminoles to
harness the home team pas-
sion associated with the ath-
letics rivalry and direct it to-
wards supporting Florida
products. The partnership
leverages every game, match
and competition between the
two teams in 18 sports to pro-
mote Fresh From Florida.
The tradition-rich Florida
Gators vs. Florida State
Seminoles football game will
serve as the signature event
of this partnership to com-
municate the importance of
all that's Fresh From Florida
to an audience that is unique-
ly Florida: Gator and Semi-
nole Fans. This year's
matchup of the Florida
Gators and Florida State
Seminoles football teams
will be titled the "Fresh From
Florida Sunshine Show-
down," scheduled for No-
vember 26 in Gainesville.
The Fresh from Florida Sun-
shine Showdown will high-
light the importance of sup-
porting Florida fanners and
fishennan and communicate
the impact of buying home
grown and harvested prod-
ucts from Florida.
"The Fresh From Florida
Sunshine Showdown brings
two of Florida's great teams
head to head," said Agricul-
ture Commissioner Adam
Putnam. "As each side
cheers for their home team,
we're hopeful they'll support
Florida's ultimate home
team, Florida s fanners and
fishennen."
Florida's seafood industry
has taken a blow from public
misperceptions about the
safety of Florida seafood fol-
lowing the Gulf oil spill. The
Florida Department of Agri-
culture and Consumer Ser-
vices tests Florida Gulf
seafood for the presence of
contaminants and results
show the seafood is safe. The
new Fresh From Florida
Sunshine Showdown is an
effiart to encourage fans to


support the local economy
and buy Florida seafood and
agricultural products.
Throughout the season,
head football coaches Jimbo
Fisher and Will Muschamp
appear in ads reminding fans
to look for Fresh from Flori-
da products in grocery stores
and ask for them in restau-
rants. These ads, currently
airing statewide on television
and radio, encourage viewers
and listeners to support Flori-
da's economy by buying
Florida grown and harvested
products.
To view advertisements
featuring Fisher and
Muschamp, visit:
http://!www.myfloridag ulf-
safe.com/multimedia/
"Not that the rivalry be-
tween FSU and Florida
needs anything else to raise
the excitement level, but we
are happy to be able to tie it
in to something as important
as the seafood industry and
agriculture in the state of
Florida," said Randy Spet-
man, director of athletics at
Florida State University.
"We all live here or have
strong ties here and it is im-
portant that we pull together
to help support the fanners
and merchants within our
state. "
"We're proud to do what-
ever we can to help our econ-
omy here in Florida and re-
mind fans of the importance
of supporting these great in-
dustries," said University of
Florida Director of Athletics
Jeremy Foley. "We're excit-
ed to participate and tie this
great rivalry to a message
that is important to all of us.
Throughout the year, head
men's basketball coaches
Billy Donovan and Leonard
Hamilton will echo the call
to Floridians to support Fresh
From Florida. Teams' popu-
lar web sites www.gator-
zone.com and www.semi-
noles.com offer seasonal
recipes and infonnation on
availability of fruits, vegeta-
bles and seafood for each
time of year. Messaging will
remind fans while it's their
team's plan to win on the
Hield fans can help all Florld-
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Serve a beautiful sparkling wine (I eA la.il flavored
with a dash of crime de cassis and adorned with
colorful grapes and fresh mint.






FAMILY FEATURES

What can pos~sibly make the holidays easier and fun, more
delicious and sweet, more festive and bright, and yet traditional
all at the same time? The answer is fresh grapes. Luckily,
grapes from California are in plentiful supply in all colors red, green

/ and black throughout the holiday season.
For a dinner or buffet, fresh grapes can be added to two favorite sides,
stuffing and cranberry relish, with delightful and satisfying results. There
are many familiar stuffing ingredients in Wild Rice Stuffing with Grapes
and Hazelnuts, but the distinction in the dish is the wild rice, the toasted
hazelnuts and fresh grapes. The grapes add a warm, still-juicy brightness to
the stuffing, one that's perfect with any kind of poultry, from turkey to game
hens to goose.
In Grape Cranberry Relish, two seasonal fruits work very well together.
a Grapes provide natural sweetness, so the the amount of sugar that's added to
quiet the strong tartness of cranberries is much reduced compared to similar
recipes. The relish is a nice blend of still-noticeable grapes in a sauce that's
remarkably luscious.
Pluck the gift of grapes this holiday season and you'll enjoy every juicy
bite no matter how you choose to serve them. For more recipes, visit
www.grapesfromcalifornia.com.





Make Grapes Your
Healthy Holiday Ally
a Fresh grapes are low in calories -
just 90 per 3/4 cup serving yet
are satisfying and very, very good
I for you. Grapes of all colors are a
natural source of beneficial
antioxidants known as polyphenols,
which may help contribute to a
CI'lnl)011',\ Crlaj)e RelishlL healthy heart.
Bald- 'll*- Snack on grapes before going out.
2 clis ledseedln (nill.Inia e ope They'll fill you up, so you can graze
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SQuick Tips for Holiday Entertaining with Grapes
Fresh grapes are a versatile fruit with multiple uses.
C.- Grapes make for easy decorations and centerpieces in bowls and on platters or draped from a cake plate.
5 Grapes can be easily "frosted" with sugar, spices and finely chopped nuts. Simply wet or dip clusters in liquid gelatin before rolling
grapes in your favorite mixture. Use them to decorate cookie plates, cakes, puddings, mousses and more.
-*** m Looking for an easy hostess gift? Wrap grape clusters multiple colors work best in tissue paper and place in a pretty basket, tied
)eh. ~i~c~with a ribbon.
C~k~ Grapes are a quick and easy potluck treat, guaranteed to please, especially when you have very little time to throaw something together


Arrange grapes around your cheese plate and cut into mini-clusters i~~i~ll~~li~ ll
for easy (uragr.

Wild Rice Stuffing with Grapes and Hazelnuts
Yields: 6 1/4 cups
2 cans (28 fluid ounces total) low-sodium chicken broth
1 cup wild rice
4 slices bacon, diced 1/4-inch
1 tablespoon butter, unsalted .i
1 large onion (1 1/2 cups chopped), diced 1/4-inch ,
2 stalks (3/4 cup chopped) celery, diced 1/4-inch
11/2 cups button mushrooms, sliced ~j
2 cloves garlic, fresh, minced


1 teaspoon thyme, fresh, minced P
1/4 teaspoon salt
1/4 teaspoon black pepper, ground
1/4 cup parsley, fresh chopped
1 cup hazelnuts, toasted and coarsely chopped
2 cups California seedless grapes, rinsed
In heavy saucepan, bring chicken broth to a boil. Add wild rice and stir. Cover pan and
reduce heat to low. Let simmer for one hour, until rice is tender and has popped open.
Meanwhile, cook bacon in fry pan over medium until almost crisp, about 8-10 minutes.
Add butter to bacon pan, then add onions, celery, mushrooms, garlic, thyme and salt and
pepper. Cook over medium heat for 5 to 7 minutes, until onions are translucent.
Remove from heat and fold in parsley, hazelnuts and grapes.
Add rice with any remaining liquid in pan to vegetable mixture and toss well to combine.
Stuffing may be used to fill turkey, game hens, or chicken. Stuffing may also be baked "
separately in a casserole dish covered with foil; bake at 3500F for 20 to 30 minutes until
hot throughout.
To toast hazelnuts, place in 3500F oven for 9 to 12 minutes. Rub in a clean dishtowel to
remove skins.
Note: If you make ahead and refrigerate, cook time will be 30 to 40 minutes until hot.














Lake City All Stars

VS.

Live Oak


Page 2?


SMS wrestlers dominate in season opener


The Suwannee High
School boys soccer team
defeated Nathan Bedford
Forrest High School in
Jacksonville Thursday
night at Paul Langford
Stadium in Live Oak.
The final score was 9-

Suwannee's record is
now 4-2-0.
Forrest's record is now
2-2-0.
First half goals:
1st goal-Cooper Hall,


assisted by Zach Rober-
son 7th minute
2nd goal-Justin Shi-
rah, assisted by Cooper
Hall 18th minute
3rd-Josh Boatright, as-
sisted by Justin Shirah
19th minute
4th-Cooper Hall, unas-
sisted 29th minute
5th-John Ross Swin-
ney, assisted by Matt
Wotton 30th
6th-Cooper Hall, unas-
sisted 32nd minute


7th goal-scored by
Forrest player Danial
Stone (this is the way it
was spelled on the ros-
ter)
Second half:
8th goal-Brandon
Joyner, assisted by John
Ross Swinney
9th goal-Zach Rober-
son, assisted by Brandon
Joyner
10th goal-John Ross
Swinney, assisted by
Zach Roberson.


- Photo: Paul Buchanan (SuwanneeSports.com)

By Doug Mabey
JV assistant soccer coach
The varsity Lady Bulldogs soccer team
defeated Forrest High School in Jack-
sonville Thursday night, Nov. 17.
The final score was 8-0.
The ladies came to play and it wasn't
long before we saw the results. Just over
eight minutes into the game, Jessie Ten-
broeck started what would turn out to be a
great night for her by scoring the first
goal. Marissa Morgan scored the next
two, with an assist by Tenbroeck on the
third goal.
Ashley Wood scored the fourth to Einish
out the first half.
The second half was more of the same
when Tenbroeck scored the fifth goal of
the game and Jessie's second eight min-


utes into the second half. Grace Brett
scored goal number six, Logan Bonds
scored the seventh with an assist from
Meghan Tyrell. The clincher for this game
was scored by Teylor Alley with 15 min-
utes left in the game.
Forrest's Coach is Ms. Kristansen and
she picked their goalie, Tyler McFadden,
who stopped over 20 shots on goal, as
their player of the game.
There was no player of the game an-
nounced for Suwannee.
The varsity record is now 3-1-2, 1-0-1.
The next match was on Friday, Nov. 18
against Ridgeview.
(Due to the Detnocrat's press deadline
f or the Thanksgiving holiday, see that
match's results in a future edition.)
GO LADY DOGS!!


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Team captain and senior Leo Torres steals the ball.
- Photo: Paul Buchanan (SuwanneeSports.com)


f iCI


The Suwannee Middle School wrestling team defeated Richardson Middle School in the season opener N~ov. 15, 81-41. See more photos, Page 4B. Courtesy photos


The Suwannee Middle School
wrestling team opened its competition
season Nov. 15 in dominating fashion
with a 81-41 victory at Richardson
Middle School.
Suwannee opened the match with
two pins from JV wrestlers Brandon
Kirkland (132 lbs.) and Brandon Put-


nel (138 lbs.).
Varsity followed suit by registering
wins in 14 of the 20 weight classes
wrestled. The varsity wrestlers brining
home victories were:
Brandon Trask (75 lbs.)
Anthony Overn (80 lbs.-forfeit)
Josh Shingola (90 lbs.)


Matt Dixon (95 lbs.)
Samuel McMillan (100 lbs.)
Dean Shingola (106 lbs.)
Bryce Hatfield (113 lbs. forfeit)
Joseph Borrell (120 lbs.)
Kaleb Redish (126 lbs.)
Kyle Cunningham (138 lbs.)
Steven Potter (145 lbs.)


Tyler Foster (160 lbs.)
Rossi Williams (285 lbs.)
The team traveled to Orange Park
Saturday, Nov. 19, to participate in the
Wildcat Duals. The team would like to
thank all of the parents and sponsors
who attended the match and support
the program and make it possible.


Sumafnnee Bemocratf

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25-49
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3-43
22-31
0-42
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SHS Varsity Football (1-9-0)
Sept. 2 @ Madison County
Sept. 9 @ Hamilton County
Sept. 16 @ Santa Fe
Sept. 23 vs Rutherford
Oct. 7 vs Amos P. Godby
Oct. 14 @ Bay
Oct. 21 @ Wakulla
Oct. 28 vs Taylor County
Nov. 4 vs Rickards
Nov. 11 vs Columbia


SHS Boys Swimming (2-4-0)
Sept. 6 vs Maclay & Columbia
Sept. 6 vs Maclay
Sept. 20 @ P.K. Yonge
Oct. 5 vs Florida High
Oct. 13 @ Columbia

SHS Girls Swimming (0-6-0)
Sept. 6 vs Maclay & Columbia
Sept. 6 vs Maclay
Sept. 20 @ P.K. Yonge
Sept. 27 @ Maclay
Oct. 5 vs Florida High
Oct. 13 @ Columbia

SHS Varsity Volleyball (6-12-0)


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14-20
0-62
52-18
16-34
0-52
6-19
34-52
6-19
8-49
8-44


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1-3
0-3
2-3
2-3
0-3
0-3
0-3
1-3
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0-3
0-3
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24-31
19-39
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249-313
274-256
61-119
72-97
69-95


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192-318
24-141
93-158
61-101
45-115


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0-3
3-1
0-3
1-3
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1-3
3-0
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1-3
1-3
0-3


BHS Varsity Volleyball (4-11-0)
Sept. 1 vs Jefferson County
Sept. 6 @ Dixie County
Sept. 13 @ Lafayette
Sept. 15 vs Hamilton County
Sept. 19 vs Bronson
Sept. 20 @ Bell
Sept. 22 @ Fort White
Sept. 29 @ Trenton
Oct. 3 @ Bronson
Oct. 4 @ Jefferson County
Oct. 6 vs Lafayette
Oct. 10 vs Bell
Oct. 13 @ Hamilton County
Oct. 17 vs Dixie County
Oct. 20 vs Suwannee

Suwannee High School Girls
Cross Country (1-2-0)
Sept. 27 vs Branford
Oct. 4 @ Branford
Oct. 27 @ Cedar Key


SHS Boys Golf (4-4-1)
Sept. 6 vs Lafayette 195-204
Sept. 8 vs Keystone Heights 197-197
Sept. 12 vs Melody Christian 223-273
Sept. 13 @ P.K. Yonge
Sept. 15 vs Eastside 206-196
Sept. 20 @ Keystone & Bradford
218-207
Sept. 22 Tri-match
Sept. 26 vs Branford 195-203
Sept. 29 @ Eastside & Branford
Oct. 3 vs Madison County 205-203
Oct. 6 vs Union County
215-219
Oct. 11 @ Madison County 197-189


Sept. 1
Sept. 7
Sept. 8
Sept. 15
Sept. 20
Sept. 22
Sept. 27
Sept. 29
Oct. 3
Oct. 6
Oct. 10
Oct. 11
Oct. 13
Oct. 17
Oct. 18
Oct. 20
Oct. 25
Nov. 1


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@ Columbia
@~ Wakulla
vs Columbia
vs Rickards
@~ Lafayette
@ Hamilton County
vs Lafayette
vs Baker Count
vs Fort White
vs Wakulla
vs Madison County
vs Hamilton County
@ Baker County
@ Branford
District Finals
@ Gulf Breeze


SHS Girls Golf (4-2-0)
Sept. 8 @ Branford
Sept. 12 @Columbia
Oct. 6 @ Santa Fe & Eastside
Oct. 8 @ Columbia
All other results not reported


212-224
204-184
181-216
418-392


A message from Latona McQuay on the

First Annual Charity Basketball Game


2nd Annual Charity Basketball Game
Sponsored by: The Lake City Recreation Department & The
Richardson Community Center Annie Mattox Park North,
Inc.

Lake City AII Stars vs. Live Oak All
Stars
Men and Women Basketball Teams

















November 25th at LCMS Gymnasium
Women's Game 6:00 p.m
Men's Game 7:30 p.m.
Admission $5.00
6 and under Free
Concessions will be sold by: CHS Girls Varsity Basketball Team
ProceedesnBenei th MLake CitykRecr aionc rtpment Rchk nTonCommnmity


Latona McQuay with Mario Coppock. Courtesy photo


The First Annual Charity
Basketball Game was es-
tablished when I was told of
the need for funds to help
the area children's Pop
Warner Team.
I think it's so necessary
for us to take an interest in
our children's' future/abili-
ties and I felt like this was
just a small step in showing
the children someone


cares. It soon became
something that reached out
to more than just one spe-
cific area. We ended up
having both male and fe-
male games, from Suwan-
nee and Columbia counties
along with entertainment
from some of the commu-
nity's youth! When I
reached out for help from
different people in the com-
munity they without hesita-
tion came through. One in
particular is Mario Cop-
pock. I called him and in-
formed him of my ideas
and my need for a building.
He not only delivered but


went above and beyond
duty by allowing me to col-
lect and donate all pro-
ceeds. In turn I promised
him that the 2nd Annual
Charity Basketball Game
proceeds would go to a
charity of his choice. I'm
grateful to his efforts to
make my dream a reality
and count it a blessing to
know someone who self-
lessly gave of themselves
to the extent that he did.
Needless to say the event
was a tremendous success
and we anticipate even
greater things this year.
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SUWANNEE HIGH SCHOOL ,
HEDCOACH: JEREMY ULMER 1314 PINE AVE. S.W., LIVE OAK
ASTCOACH: JIMMIE TAYLOR TED ROUSH, PRINCIPAL
HUNTER ABERCROMBIE, ATH. DIR.
PHONE: (386) 647-4000
BULLDOGS: GREEN, WHITE, & GOLD


VARSITY BOYS BASKETBALL SCHEDULE: 2011 Record: 0-0-0


November, 2011
Fri Nov 25 12:02 PM Away Leon High Pre-Season Shootout Leon High School
Tue Nov 29 07:30 PM Home F.W. Buchholz High School Suwannee High Gym

December, 2011
Fn Dc 02 Of 30 PM Away Eas side Hign Schol Eastsine High Schoool
Sat Dec 03 07:30 PM Home Columbia High School Suwannee High Gym
iu DeOu 06 730 PM Av av Tavior Courity High Scirool Ltybor Counrty High Sc i o
Sat Dec 10 07:30 PM Away Hamilton County High School Hamilton County High School
Tue Dec 13 07:30 PM Home Rick~ards High School Suwannee High Gym
District
Fri Dec 16 07:30 PM Home Wakulla High School Suwannee High Gym
District
Sat Dec 17 07:30 PM Home Madison County High School Suwannee High Gym
Tue Dec 20 07:30 PM Away Santa Fe High School Santa Fe High School
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Tue Dec 27 03:00 PM Away Hitchcock's Challenge Santa Fe High School
Wed Dec 28 03:00 oM A:;ag Hitchcok a Challengie San a Fe HIgh School
Thu Dec 29 03:00 PM Awiay Hitchcock's Challenge Santa Fe High School

January, 2012
Tue Jan 03 07:30 PM Home Santa Fe High School Suwannee High Gym
Fri Jan O6 07:30 PM Home Hamilton County High School Suwannee High Gym
Fi J~riB07:3Phl ~ayWakulla H igh School Waku ia High School

Tue Jan 17 07:30 PM Awray Rickards High School James S, Rickcards High School
District
Wed Jan 25 07 30 PM Aiaa; Oak ea' H lgi School Oakleaf Gym
Fri Jan 27 07:30 PM Away Madison County High School Madison County High School
Sat Jan 28 07:30 PM Home West Gadsden High School Suwannee High Gym

February, 2012
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SUWANNEE HIGH SCHOOL ~;
HEAD COACH: BILL HARRIS 1314 PINE AVE. S.W., LIVE OAK
ASST. COACH: DON ROSs TED ROUSH, PRINCIPAL
AST.COCH DBSE SRNHSE HUNTER ABERCROMBIE, ATH. DIR.
PHONE: (386) 647-4000
BULLDOGS: GREEN, WHITE, & GOLD

VARSITY GIRLS SOCCER SCHEDULE: 2011 Record: 1-0-0


October, 2011


November, 2011
Thu Nov 0307 00PMi As my 2 1 W Co uinbiba HighSchod Columbia Youthl Sacon Association Feaids

Wed Nov 09 07:00 P Home Paxon Schoolfor Advanced Studies Paul LangfordStadium
TUe Nov 15 7:15 PM Home iSt tmuel W. Wolfson High Schedl Paul Langford Stadium
Thu Nov 17 05:00 P Home Nathan Bedford ForresHigh Sool Paul Langford Stadium
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Fri Nov 18 07:00 PM Home Ridgeview High School Booster Field
Wed Nov 30 07 20 PM~ Away Atlantic Coast High School Atliartic Coast Higih Scihool

December, 2011
Fn Dec 0207:15 PM Home DistBshop Kenny High School Paul Langford Stadium
itoe DeOn 0 05 30 PMv Away letry Parkor High Schoo! Joe Hodge Stadium

Fri Dec 0907:00PM Home Stanton College Preparatory Scool Paul LangoradStadium

Mon Dec 12 7 00PM Home Columbia High Sh I Suwannee High School
Tue Dec 13 07:00PM Home F.W. Buchholz High School Paul Langford Stadium

January, 2012
Tue Jano 03 0:00PM Home Hamilton County High School Paul Langford Stadium
Wed JanM 047:00 PM Home Gainesville High School Suwannee High School
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SUWANNEE HIGH SCHOOL
HEDCOACH: JIMMY JACK(SON 1314 PINE AVE. S.W., LIVE OAK
AS. COACH: BRENT CHAMBERs TED ROUSH, PRINCIPAL
HUNTER ABERCROMBIE, ATH. DIR.
PHONE: (386) 647-4000
BULLDOGS: GREEN, WHITE, & GOLD


VARSITY GIRLS BASKETBALL, SCHEDULE: 2011 Record: 0-0-0


November, 2011
Tue Nova o8 s 2PM sawz Su:.:arneP ?a le L v les "rrseaj3:n ?rucanieox ar w Nil Spo Cnr p ex
Tue Nov 15 07:30 PM Away Taylor County High School Taylor County High School

Tue~r Nov 2207:30 PMn HomeY A)Colubi H i gh Schoo l Suwanne Haigh Gym
Mon Nov28 07:30 PM Home Newuberr High School Suwannee High Gym


December, 2011
Fri Dec 02 07:30 PM Home Rickards High School Suwannee High Gym
District
Fri Dec 09 07:30 PM Home Wakulia High School Suwannee High Gym
District
Sai Decl 10 0:00PM Away Hamilton County High Schoci Hamilton County High School
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Ttue Jan 03 07.00 PM Away Newberry High School Newberry High School
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Mon Jan 16 07:30 PM Home Taylor County High School Suwannee High Gym
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PAG E 3B


SUWANNEE HIGH SCHOOL
1314 PINE AVE. S.W., LIVE OAK<
TED ROUSH, PRINCIPAL
HUNTER ABERCROMBIE, ATH. DIR.
PHONE: (386) 647-4000
BULLDOGS: GREEN, WHITE, & GOLD


HEAD COACH: B.J. SHIRAH
ASST. COACH: WILL PINEDA


VARSITY BOYS SOCCER SCHEDULE: 2011


Record: 0-0-0


November, 2011


Mon Nov 07 06:00 PM Home

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Suwannee Legals
LEG AL NOTICE

The Suwannee River Economic Council,
Inc Board of Directors wll hold a meeting
of the Board of Directors on Monday, De-
cember 5, 2011, 6:00 P.M. at the Suwan-
nee River Economic Council, Inc, Senior
Center Building In Live Oak, Florlda
11/23
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND
FORSUWANNEECOUNCF OIDA


CASE NO. 11-218CA

tUNITElh STATI"SeOF" AMERCA, acting
thog th Uie tt Dprmn
of Agriculture, Rural Development,
f/c Fram ous gom~erAministration,

Plaintiff

vs.

LINDA L. STEMMLER; and SUWANNEE
COUNTY, FLORIDA,

Defendants.

NOTICE OF ACTION

STATE OF FLORIDA
SUWANNEE COUNTY

TO Llnda Lk Stemmier, 607 Park Street


YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to
foreclose a mortgage regarding the fol-
lowing property In Suwannee County,
Florlda


tln A,ac ordng to7th Irat mhr of r
corded In Plat Book 1, Page 41, of the
lubli Records of Suwannee County,

has been filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses, If any, to It on FREDERICK J
MURPHY, JR Esquire, Attorney for
Plaintiff, Boswell & Dunlap LLP, 245
South Central Avenue, Post Office
Drawer 30, Bartow, FL 33831, within thirty
(30) days after the first publication of this
Notice of Action, and file the original with
the Clerk of this Court either before serv-
Ice on Plaintiff's attorney or Immedlately
thereafter, otherwise a default wll be en-
tered against you for the relief demanded
In the Complaint or Petition

DATED on this 3rd day of November,
2011

REQUESTS FOR ACCOMMODATIONS
BY PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES: If
you are a person with a disability who
needs any accommodation in order to
participate in this proceeding, you are
entitled, at no cost to you, to theeprovi
sion of certain assistance. Pleas cn
tact the OFFICE OF THE COURT AD-
MINISTRATOR, CARRINA COOPER,
(386) 758-2163 at least 7 days before
your scheduled court appearance, or
immediately upon receiving this notifi-
cation if the time before the scheduled
appearance is less than 7 days; if you
are hearing or voice impaired, call 711.

DATED on November 3, 2011

BARRY A BAKER
(court seal) Clerk of CrutvC ur

Live Oak FL 32064


Suwannee Legals
EAST, SUWANNEE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA, BEING MORE PARTICULARLY
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS; FOR
POINT OF REFERENCE COMMENCE
AT THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF
SAID NORTHEAST &fracl4; OF THE
SOUTHEAST &fracl4;, THENCE RUN
SOUTH 88 DEGREES 16 MINUTES 03
SECONDS WEST, A DISTANCE OF
G2.3 FEENCT TEC POIN EF OBE IN
DEGREES 16 MINUTES 03 SECONDS
WEST, A DISTANCE OF 234.48 FEET;
THENCE RUN SOUTH 01 DEGREES 08
MINUTES 57 SECONDS EAST, A DIS-
TANCE OF 533.07 FEET TO THE
NORTH RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF
COUNTY ROAD NOE 136 THEN RUN
SECONDS WEST ALONG SAID NORTH
RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE A DISTANCE OF
450.58 FEET; THENCE RUN NORTH 00
DEGREES T8 EE6S31.50SEEIOTN

THE NORTH RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF
THE OLD WHITE SPRING ROAD
(ABANDONED); THENCE RUN SOUTH
86N AGREES 190MNNUTES 5NOSET
RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE A DISTANCE OF
76.24 FEET TO A POINT OF CURVE OF
A CURVE CONCAVED SOUTHEAST-
ERLY HAVING A RADIUS OF 675.145
FEET; THENCE RUN ALONG AND
AROUND SAID CURVE A CHORD
BEARING AND DISTANCE OF SOUTH
75 DEGREES 10 MINUTES 05 SEC-
ONDS WEST, 261.46 FEET; THENCE
RUN NORTH 00 DEGREES 58 MIN-
UTESE130SECON9D6S FEST,TO DH -
NORTH LINE OF SAID SOUTH &fracl2;
OF THE SOUTHEAST &fracl4; OF THE
NORTHEAST &fracl4;; THENCE RUN
NORTH 88 DEGREES 18 MINUTES 25
SECONDS EAST ALONG SAID NORTH
LINE A DISTANCE OF 1003.09 FEET;
MHNENCEESRUNSEOONDS01 EDRAEEl 0
TANCE OF 150.00 FEET; THENCE RUN
NORTH 88 DEGREES 18 MINUTES 25
SECONDS EAST, A DISTANCE OF 300
FEET TO THE EAST LINE OF SAID
SECTION 24; THENCE RUN SOUTH 01
DEGREES 08 MINUTES 57 SECONDS
EAST ALONG SAID EAST LINE A DIS-
TANCE OF 215.84 FEET; THENCE RUN
SOUTH 88 DEGREES 17 MINUTES 11
SECONDS WEST, A DISTANCE OF
320.22 FEET; THENCE RUN SOUTH 0
DEGREES 07 MINUTES 01 SECONDS
EAST, A DISTANCE OF 295.35 FEET
TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. CON-
TAINING 22.80 ACRES MORE OR
LESS.

at public auction, to the highest and best
bidder for cash, on the front steps of the
Suwannee County Court House In Live
Oak, Florlda at 11 A M on Tuesday, the
20th day of December, 2011

BARRY A BAKER, CLERK
(SEAL) CIRCUIT AND COUNTY
COURTS
200 South Ohlo Ave
Live Oak, FL 32064

By /s/Sharon Hale
Deputy Clerk
11/16, 23
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
SUWANNEE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CASE NO. 612004-CA-000190

WN ELEN KESISH alkla ELAINE

Plai ntifficounter-Defendant ,


Suwannee Legals
54'50" W along said North right-of-way
Ilne, a distance of 166 97 feet to the West
Ilne of said Northwest 1/4 of the South-
east 1/4, thence run N 01 degrees 36'17"
E, along said West lne a distance of
747 39 feet, thence run N 87 degrees
22'00" W, a distance of 1209 50 feet,
thence run S 01 degrees 36'17" W a dis-
tance of 670 11 feet to said North
rih-0fw Ilone, thence runhNr 87dgre s
Ilne a distance of 16 21 feet to a point of
curve of a curve concaved Southwesterly
having a radius of 1179 28 feet, thence
run along and around said curve a cord
bearing and distance of N 84 degrees
52'26" W, 43 87 feet, thence run N 01 de-
gr se 36'1n7 E addestance of0728E34a fet
tance of 745 80 feet, thence run N 01 de-
grees 36'17" E, a distance of 762 13 feet,
thence run N 89 degrees 35'11" W a dis-
tance 0f8277 fet tsec eoun2NO307f t

to the North lne of said South 1/2 of the
Northwest 1/4, thence run S 89 degrees
35'11" E along said North lne, a distance
1f1845 81 feet to the POINT OF BEGIN-

LESS AND EXCEPT

PART OF THE NORTHWEST 1/4 OF
THE SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF SECTION 13,
TOWNSHIP 2 SOUTH RANGE 14 EAST,
SUWANNEE COUNTY, FLORIDA, BE-
ING MORE PARTICULARLY DE-
SCRIBED AS FOLLOWS FOR POINT
OF REFERENCE COMMENCE AT THE

NORT WEEST1/4OFRTNHEESOOFH AS
1/4, THENCE RUN SOUTH 01 DE-
GREES 36'17" WEST ALONG THE
WEST LINE OF SAID SOUTHEAST 1/4,
A DISTANCE OF 87 22 FEET TO THE
POINT OF BEGINNING, THENCE RUN
SOUTH 87 DEGREES 22'00" EAST, A
DSSANRCGHOOF W1A4Y NEETOTFOPTNHE
CREST ROAD, THENCE RUN SOUTH
06 DEGREES 37'54" EAST ALONG SAID
WEST RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE A DIS-
TANCE OF 773 22 FEET TO THE
NORTH RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF
COUNTY ROAD NO 136, THENCE RUN
NORTH 81 DEGREES 54'50" WEST
ALONG SAID NORTH RIGHT-OF-WAY
LINE, A DISTANCE OF 166 97 FEET TO
SAID WEST LINE, THENCE RUN
NORTH 01 DEGREES 36'17" EAST
ALONG SAID WEST LINE, A DISTANCE
OF 747 39 FEET TO THE POINT OF BE-
GINNING
CONTAINING 1 90 ACRES MORE OR
LESS

Any and all bidders, parties or other Inter-
ested persons shall contact the Informa-
tlon desk of the Suwannee County Clerk
of the Court by calling (386) 362-0500 or
Ihno rson at th~e Suhwannee County Co rt
Oak, Florlda 32064, prior to the sched-
uled foreclosure sale who wll advise of
the exact location In the Suwannee
County Courthouse for the foreclosure
sale

ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST
IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, IF
ANY, OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY
OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS
PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN
60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE

NOTICE PURSUANT TO THE AMERI-
CANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT:

ne dus a aacecmmw atao I order 0
participate In this proceeding, you are en-
titled, at no cost to you, to the provision of

t nhoanse aann acosmmsoathon os pr
tl lpat should call theOADAxClo506 nat r


F2 wrkin day sof yo cipt ofthi n to
tice, If you are hearing Impaired call (800)
955-8771, If you are volce Impaired call
(800) 955-8770

WITNESS my hand and the official seal of
said Court, this 9th day of November,
2011 at Live Oak, Suwannee County,
Florlda

(COURT SEAL) HONORABLE BARRY A
BAKER
SWRKNONFETEHEO CRCUlF COR

BY 1s/Sharon Hale
As Deputy Clerk

Andrew J Decker, Ill, Esquire
THE DECKER LAW FIRM, P A
320 White Avenue
Post Office Box 1288
Live Oak, Florlda 32064
Tlph ne (86) 36 440


an rwidecker@thedeckerlawfirm com
Attorney for Plaintiffs
11/16, 23

SURPLUS PROPERTY SALE

Two wheelchair equipped vans Enve-
lopes marked "Sealed Blds" must be re-
ceived by mail by Suwannee River Eco-
nomic Council, Inc PO Box 70, Live
Oak, Florlda 32064 by Wednesday, De-
cember 21, 2011 The vehicles may be In-
spected at the Suwannee River Economic
Council, Inc building In Mayo, Florlda
For Information, call (386) 362-4115, ex-
tension 242

Suwannee River Economic Council, Inc
reserves the right to refuse or reject any
bid
11/23


IpportGroup

tion contact 208-1345.
Grief Support group offered at Antioch
Baptist Church
Grief Share recovery and support group
will begin meeting at Antioch Baptist
Church in Live Oak each Tuesday at 10
a.m. The church is located at 5203 CR

795 (Boys Ranch Road). Grief Share is a
13 week, nondenominational group that
features Biblical teaching on grief and
recovery topics. You can begin the Grief-
Share sessions at any time. Please call
Antioch Church (386) 362-3101 or
Kathy Bauman (386) 362-3823 for more
information.











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B sDehp t CH er KEITH BOATRIGHT and H.T.T., L.L.C.,


11/16, 23
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
SUWANNEE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 06-217-CA

CR136 PROPERTIES, L.L.C.,
a Florida Limited Liability Company,
Plaintiff,

vs.

CUBIT JOHNSON, SR., LERONZO
JOHNSON,
DEXTER JOHNSON, LERON JOHN-
SON,
GLADYS E. JOHNSON, JOHNNY
JOHNSON,
LECHRESHA D. JOHNSON, CUBIT Q,
JOHNSON, JR., HORACE WILLIAMS,
JR.,
SHERLON WILLIAMS PHILPOT, and
HARRIETd NILIAMS LOPER

NOTICE OF SALE

Notice Is hereby given that pursuant to
the FINAL JUDGMENT OF PARTITION
entered In the above styled cause In the
Circuit Court, Third Judicial Circult, In and
for Suwannee County, Florlda, I wll sell
the real property located In Suwannee
County, Florlda, described as
LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF REAL PROP-
ERTY LOCATED IN SUWANNEE
COUNTY, FL, SUWANNEE COUNTY
PROPERTY APPRAISER'S PARCEL ID
NO, 24 02S 13E 07225000100
PART OF THE SOUTH &fracl2; OF
THE SOUTHEAST &fracl4; OF THE
NORTHEAST &fracl4; AND PART OF
THE NORTHEAST &fracl4; OF THE
SOUTHEAST &fracl4; OF SECTION
24,TOWNSHIP 2 SOUTH RANGE 13


DefendantSC~ts/CouanterPlinif.

NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursu-
ant to an Order Reschedullng Foreclosure
Sale dated October 26, 2011 In the above
referenced case In which ANN ELAINE
KISH alkla ELAINE TOWNSEND-KISH Is
Plaintiff, and KEITH BOATRIGHT and
H T T, L LC and all claimants, persons
or parties, natural or corporate, or whose
udrlaeny fste na eud rrdsne me
fendants, are Defendants, 1, BARRY A
BAKER, Clerk of the Court, wll sell to the
highest and best bidder for cash at the
front door of the Suwannee County Court-
house, 200 South Ohlo Avenue, Live
Oak, Florlda 32064 or such other location
In the Suwannee County Courthouse In
Live Oak, Florlda, as I, as the Clerk of the
Court, may designate, at 11 00 o'clock
tAeMfolo I g29thda dof Novernber, 2011,

Part of the South 1/2 of the Northwest 1/4
and part of the North 1/2 of the Southwest
1/4 and part of the Northwest 1/4 of the
Southeast 1/4 of Section 13, Township 2
South, Range 14 East, Suwannee Cunty
Florlda, being more particularly described
as follows

BEGIN at the Northeast corner of said
South 1/2 of the Northwest 1/4, thence
run S 01 degrees 35'10" W along the East
Ilne of said Northwest 1/4, a distance of
1322 70 feet to the Northwest corner of
said Northwest 1/4, of the Southeast 1/4,
thence run S 71 degrees 08'22" E, a dis-
tance of 45 88 feet to the West
right-of-way lne of Pinecrest Road,
Thence run S 06 degrees 37'54" E, along
said West right-of-way lne, a distance of
849 21 feet to the North right-of-way lne
of CR 136, thence run N 81 degrees


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great Christmas gift? Tick-
ets are $8 at the door and
are being sold the night of
the performance only. That
doesn't mean you couldn't
just tuck a gift to cover the
ticket price into a great
Christmas card. You'll
probably get lots of hugs
and smiles and maybe
even get to attend also.
These days you never
know if the ringing in Joe
Mullins' ears is that of his
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Once your dinner settles, take part in karaoke that I. Iri e -
Enjoy TI,, ak. i, is< *, dinner N~ov. 24 and Old Tyme Farm
Days Nov. 25-26 with the folks at The Spirit of the Suwan-
nee IMusic Park
Spend the weekend, enjoy syrup making, vendors & old
tyme fun


Bring the family and join us for Thanksgiving Day
dinner Nov. 24 at the Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park
(SOSMP) in Live Oak. Bring your favorite covered dish
all ready to eat, pay $5 per person at the door and become
part of our family dinner. The SOSMP will provide the
meat and drinks. Later that evening Ted "Teddy Mac


Joe Mullins and the Radio Ramblers bluegrass and gospel band. Courtesy photo


Bluegrass and g.5pec~~l's Joe
1Mullins and the Radio
Ramblers to be in concert
Jan. 20 at The Spirit of the
Suwannee IMusic Park
This could be a great
Christmas gift for someone
you love
Award-winning blue-


grass DJ Joe Mullins and
The Radio Ramblers from
Ohio will bring some of the
best bluegrass and gospel
music available to The
Spirit of the Suwannee Mu-
sic Park in Live Oak, Fla.
Jan. 20.
Wouldn't this make a


questing a performance by
his band, The Radio Ram-
blers. Mullins owns and
operates Classic Country
Radio, a network of three
southwest Ohio radio sta-
tions featuring Classic
Country, Bluegrass and
Gospel music. The Radio
Ramblers, a collaboration
of veteran Bluegrass musi-
cians who have worked
with one another during
former musical endeavors,
formed in 2006 for the pri-
mary purpose of perform-
ing at Clas ic Country Ra-

due to the level of their pro-
fessionalism and talent, the
requ ssR fo p~e fobrmn


thi ch due teo incld
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om Page 1 to delight every taste. You
might even want to do a
Saturday, little Christmas shopping
SOld Tyme while there to get that per-
annual her- fect gift before someone
aturing late else snatches it up.
;ills such as In the Crafts Village
syrup mak- you'll also find the
lipment and SOSMP radio studio
g zoo, kids' where Bluegrass' own "Dr.
vendors, Don" can be found each
;and crafts, Sunday afternoon from 5 -
ms and jel- 7 p.m. broadcasting blue-
weaving, grass music for your en-
:e cream, joyment. Pull up a chair
~elry, soap and listen to this ole coun-
sil exhibits. try boy talk, you'll get a
kick out of him and his
r Old Tyme show. He might even pull
10 per vehi- out his banjo and entertain
our lawn a while. If he does, be pre-
pared for a real treat as
,Nov. 25, he's a banjo pro having
esents The performed on the Grand
id featuring Ole Opry and for former
in, Monty U.S. President Jimmy
rohns, Bill Carter.
Guy, Frank The SOSMP's SOS Caf6
Matt Man- and Restaurant will open
~ic Hall for at 5 p.m. each evening to
nd listening bring wonderful culinary
s is one of creations to delight you
round with and your guests such as
ians. The Friday night only all you
ed country can eat sirloin steak at reg-
ginal music ular price. Saturday night
e years and mouth-watering prime rib
ong CD out is available at regular price
Irchased at or you may select from the
n't want to variety of items on the
which is a menu. Shows begin at 8
e SOSMP. p.m. Friday and Saturday
ed to bring night in the Music Hall, 7
shoes and p.m. Thursday night. Bring
moves, the entire family and enjoy
k Hitmen a great night out with great
energyy band food and beverages and
usic from wonderful live band per-
;pecializing formances.
,ck, classic For more information
ol, country about the Spirit of the
Ids. These Suwannee Music Park, call
you rockin' 386-364-1683, email spir-
plan to get it@musicliveshere.com or
ance floor. go to www.musi-
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to the Mu- Show Dec. 2-3, Suwannee
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Fiddler Evan McGregor
has been playing bluegrass
since 1994 and has been a
member of a number of re-
gional and national acts, in-
cluding the Wildwood Val-
ley Boys, the Aubrey Holt
Show and the James King
Band. The Wildwood Val-
ley Boys and James King
Band have both played at
the SOSMP's music hall.
McGregor also placed in
several regional fiddle con-
tests. While playing local
venues as a member of dif-
ferent regional bands, Evan
became acquainted with
Mike Terry and Adam
McIntosh.
Mandolin player Mike
Terry has been involved
with bluegrass music most
of his life and performing
with bluegrass groups for
12 years. Mike first met
Joe Mullins when they per-
formed together in the
gospel group The Beacons.
Bassist Tim Kidd began
performing bluegrass as a
teenager. At 17, Tim began
playing Southern Gospel
with The Hoskins Family,
where he remained until
moving to the Beacons at
age 19. It is with The Bea-
cons that Tim first became
acquainted with Joe
Mullins and Mike Terry
and where he performed
for nearly 5 years. Tim has
also known Adam McIn-
tosh since his junior year of
high school. In other
words, these guys are the
real McCoy and know their
music!
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The SOSMP's SOS Caf6
and Restaurant opens at 5
p.m. for evening events to
bring wonderful culinary
creations to delight guests
such as Friday night only
all you can eat sirloin steak
at regular price. Saturday
night the mouth-watering
prime rib is available at
regular price or you may
select from the variety of
items on the menu. Shows
begin at 8 p.m. Friday and
Saturday night in the Mu-
sic Hall.
FOR MORE INFO
For more information
about the Spirit of the
Suwannee Music Park,
call 386-364-1683, email
spirit @musicliveshere.co
m or go to www.musi-
cliveshere.com. You may
also contact the SOSMP to
inquire about any of the
many exciting events com-
ing up this year at the
SOSMP such as Bear
Creek Music and Art Fes-
tival, Thanksgiving din-
ner/weekend with Old
Tyme Farm Days, Ted Mc-
Mullen's Music Legends
Show, the I'll Remember
You Elvis contest and
much, much more!
The Spirit of the Suwan-
nee Music Park is located
at 3076 95th Drive 4.5
miles north of Live Oak,
FI off US 129 at the fa-
mous 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
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cannot be left unacknowl-
edged that camaraderie and
inherent passion for Blue-
grass music within this
band has had a profound
impact on the quality of its
stage presence and ultimate
demand. The Radio Ram-
blers has become a wel-
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over the US.
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cently released two CDs
entitled Hymns from the
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BAND MEMBERS
Mullins, banjo player
and vocalist, has been an
active Bluegrass performer
and radio broadcaster for
25 years. He began work-
ing on the radio and play-
ing banjo professionally
while still in high school in
the early 80s, touring and
recording nationwide as a
founding member of the
band Traditional Grass.
Mullins also performed
and recorded with award-
ing winning Bluegrass
band Longview.
Adam McIntosh is the
guitarist and a vocalist with
The Radio Ramblers. He
began playing Bluegrass at
age 11. In 1999, Adam as-
sembled a local band, Bor-
derline, where he met man-
dolin player Mike Terry.
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tenor with Rounder record-
ing artists Dry Branch Fire
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Springfield Baptist
Church
610 W. Ave. N.E., Live
Oak, FI
Will sponsor a communi-
ty yard sale, Sat., Nov. 26
from 7:30 a.m. until 2:30
p.m. Anyone may set up
their table for a fee of
$5.00. Free hot dogs will
be given away. We wel-
come everyone. For further
information, contact John
W. Yulee 209-3047.
Navy and Marine
Corps
Shipmates who served
on the USS Columbus CA-
74/cG-12 from 1944
through 1976 and the USS
COLUMBdUS (SSN-762)
past and present, if you
would like to share memo-
ries and camaraderie with
old friends and make new
ones, 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:
Hope439@frontier.com.
Bingo
Hosted by the American
Legion Post 107. Every
Tuesday. Early games are
at 3 p.m. and evening
games are at 7 p.m. Take
Hwy. 129, six miles south
of Live Oak, tumn left at the
BINGO sign, then one
mile.
American Legion Post
Meeting
First Thursday of each
month at noon. All military
veterans are invited to join
us. Contact Randall White
for information at 386-984-
6245.
Branford Camera
Club to meet
The Branford Camera
Club will meet at the Bran-
ford Public Library on
Thursday, November 17, at
7:00 PM. Our program
will be a showing of "Wa-
ter's Joumney: The Hidden
Rivers of Florida," which
is an award-winning docu-
mentary that tracks a team
of divers and scientists
through a section of the
Florida Aquifer system, si-
multaneously above and
below ground.
Following a discussion
of the video, we will con-


tinue the IN-DEPTH Photo
Share we started last
month. If you would like
to participate, please bring
in 3 photos you've taken
over the last 3 months, on a
digital storage device,
along with information on
the equipment you used,
settings/conditions for pho-
to, and why you chose that
particular composition. If
you just want to join us to
observe or participate in
the discussions, that's OK
too!
The Branford Camera
Club meets on the 3rd
Thursday of each month,
with an occasional excep-
tion, for the purpose of
sharing, learning, and en-
joying all things photo-
graphic. Please join us.
For more information,
please contact:
Carolyn Hogue, Program
Chair, 386-935-2044
Dick Madden, Technical
Consultant, 386-935-0296
Skip Weigel, Technical
Consultant, 386-935-1382
Hopewell Baptist
Church Men's Day
program
Hopewell Baptist
Church of the Fort Union
Community, 2407 145th
Road, Live Oak, FL will
have a Men's Day program
on November 20, 2011 at 3
p.m.. Every is invited to
come and enjoy the after-
noon with us. Rev. Alvin
Gandy is pastor.
Senior citizens
Senior citizens meet the
first Monday of each
month in the west annex of
the Suwannee Co. Colise-
um. If you are fifty years
old or older or disabled.
The dues are $5 per year.
Each member is to bring a
covered dish to each meet-
ing. We will be having
drawings for gifts which
include complimentary vis-
its for two different restau-
rants. Door prizes will be
given. There will be bingo
after the meal. Also, there
are trips planned for this
group. Please call 330-
6319 if you have any ques-
tions. Please put Senior
Citizens meetings on the
first Monday of each
month on your calendar.
Come join us and enjoy


great friends and wonder-
ful fellowship.
Artist Guild
The meetings are held at
Suwannee High School at
6:30 p.m. the first Tuesday
of each month.
The ARC of North
Florida Event dates
12/3/11 Christmas on
the Square
2/25/12 Annual Benefit
Trail Ride
3/24/12 14th Annual
Lawn Mower Race
5/11/12 The Arc North
Florida Golf Toumnament
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Addiction 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 Wel-
come Road. The group also
meets Thursday mornings
at 9:30 AM in Live Oak at
the Suwannee Coalition of-
fice located at 208 North
Ohio Avenue. This group
provides spiritual and emo-
tional support in a non-
judgmental setting. Come
experience the freedom
from addictions that is
found in Christ. Greater Vi-
sions is an outreach of
Christ Central but open to
anyone. For more informa-
tion contact 208-1345.
Grief Support group of-
fered at Antioch Baptist
Church
GriefShare recovery and
support group will begin
meeting at Antioch Baptist
Church in Live Oak each
Tuesday at 10 a.m. The
church is located at 5203
CR 795 (Boys Ranch
Road). GriefShare is a 13
week, nondenominational
group that features Biblical
teaching on grief and re-
covery topics. You can be-
gin the GriefShare sessions
at any time. Please call An-
tioch Church (386) 362-
3101 or Kathy Bauman
(386) 362-3823 for more
information.
Elks Monday Bingo
At Live Oak Elkis Lodge
1165, 415 East Howard St.
Live Oak. Early sessions 3
p.m. 6 p.m. and the pay-


out will be on a percentage
basis. Late sessions: 7 p.m.
-10 p.m. There will be 29
games each paying $50.
One progressive jackpot ei-
ther $50 or $250. One Bo-
nanza paying $50. One ex-
tra large jackpot starting at
$300 if won on the last
number called from the
Bonanza game $100 con-
solation prize.
Kitchen will be open
from 4-8 p.m.
Wellborn neighbor-
hood watch
We meet the last Thurs-
day of each month at the
Blake Lowe Building on
4th. Avenue in Wellbomn.
We start with a social get
together at 7:00 PM with a
covered dish dinner and
have a relaxed general
discussion on the events in
the community. Immedi-
ately following dinner we
have an invited speaker to
broaden our knowledge of
what is happening in our
county. Each month we
have a speaker that will be
interesting and informa-
tive. Call Ruth Ford @
386-963-5334 if you have
any questions.
Are you a time
traveler?
Wish you could travel
back in time?, Explore
Suwannee County's past
with historian Eric Mus-
grove as he tells of the
area's unique history and
legends featuring photos,
maps and memorabilia.
The free presentations are
held on the first Tuesday of
each month at 6:30 pm at
the Suwannee County His-
torical Museum located
just north of the railroad
tracks in Live Oak in the
old train depot. For more
information call Randy
Torrence (362-1776) or
Eric Musgrove (842-2174).
The Suwannee
Coalition
Has changed our annual
meeting schedule. We will
no longer be meeting
monthly. We will meet
quarterly four times per
year. Here are the remain-
ing dates we will meet in
the upcoming fiscal year:
February 2, 2012, April 5,
2012
The Lake DeSoto


farmers market
LAKE CITY, FL, The
Lake DeSoto Farmers
Market is open every Sat-
urday from 8am to 1 p.m.
in Wilson Park, located
along Lake DeSoto be-
tween the Columbia Coun-
ty Courthouse and Shands
Lakeshore Hospital. For
more information about
the Lake DeSoto Farmer
Market call 386-697-2176
or 386-719-5766.
Alcohol Anonymous
Live Oak Group
Voting precinct build-
ing, Nobles Ferry Road,
Live Oak, Fl. Tuesday,
Thursday (BBS) and Fri-
day 8 p.m. Contact Rose-
mary 386-362-6338 or
Carl at 386-362-4221.
Bingo, Bingo, Bingo!
Hosted by American
Legrion Post 107
Every Tuesday, 3 p.m.
early games, 7 p.m.
evening games. Take Hwy
129, 6 miles south of Live
Oak, tumn left at the BIN-
GO sign, then 1 mile.
Grief support group
Meeting weekly at First
Baptist Church in Live
Oak at 6 pm on Wednes-
days. Call 362-1583 for
more information. Non-
denominational everyone
welcome. This is an on-go-
ing support group and I
would appreciate you plac-
ing it in your publication
through the fall.
Baptist Men's Meeting
at Wellborn Baptist
Church
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 lo-
cated on Highway 90 West
between Live Oak and
Lake City at the intersec-
tion with Lowe Lake Road
in Wellborn, Fl. Call
386-963-2231 with any
questions or visit our
website at www.well-
bomnbaptist.com.
Love Forever
Live Oak Church of
Christ, 1497 SR 51 (Irvin


of each month for a clothes
closet and food pantry,
10:30 12 noon.
The Lafayette
Republican Executive
Committee
Meets the second Mon-
day of each month at the
Lafayette Public Library,
120 NE Crawford Street,
Mayo, at 7:00 pm. Every-
one interested in promot-
ing conservative principles
are invited to attend. For
more information, please
call Carolyn Land at 935-
0174.
The Columbia
Federated Republican
Women
Meet the 2nd Monday of
each month, 7p.m., brown
bagr dinner & social time at
6:30 p.m. Currently we
meet in Lake City at the
old Guardian ad Litem yel-
low house on Duval Street
just east of the First Bap-
tist Church and across
from Advanced Auto. We
are committed to advanc-
ing the participation of
women in all areas of the
political system and are
dedicated to encouraging
and empowering women
of all ages and back-
grounds. 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 Presi-
dent Gayle Cannon: 386-
303-2616, gcannon@at-
lantic.net
First Baptist Church
of Dowling Park Free
Meals for Seniors
We are a meal site for
the Suwannee River Eco-
nomic 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.
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Furnished Trailer for rent. 2 BD/1
BA. w/porch. On corner lot in But-
terfield Acres, Dowling Park.
Close to Advent Christian Village.
$500/mo. 704-488-0728
LIVE OAK 2 & 3 Bedrooms
from $350/mo NO PETS,
Security Deposit Required.
386-364-7660

RENT TO OWN
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386-365-8549.

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With option to buy. 3BD/2BA
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Duplexes for Rent

w/15 depst Bcu ews5 aer,
386-208-5252.

MObile Homes for Sale
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MUST GO TO MAKE ROOM
FOR 2012! Call Mitch,
386-288-0109.
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$ut o15,000!
Mustgo. all Mitch at
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Ready to move in-power on! Pay-
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frontage. Owner Financing. No
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Trucks for Sale


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Apartments for Rent
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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 Hamil-
ton, Americanism Com-
mittee Chairman, Legion
Auxiliary, 12364 146th
Terrace, Live Oak, Florida
32060. 386-362-7978.
Addiction Support
Group
Greater 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 Wel-
come 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 free-
dom from addictions that
is found in Christ. Greater
Visions is an outreach of
Christ Central but open to
anyone. For more informa-
tion contact 386-208-
1345.
Senior Luncheon at
Wellborn Baptist
Church
The 2nd Tuesday of
every month beginning at
11, there is a senior lun-
cheon with a special
speaker and music. Every-
one is invited to come and
bring a covered dish. The
church is located on High-
way 90 West between Live
Oak and Lake City at the
intersection with Lowe
Lake Road in Wellbomn, Fl.
Call 386-963-2231 with
any questions or visit our
website at www.wellbomn-
baptist.com.
Lake Park Line
Dancers
Offer beginner lessons
Tuesday 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 dance
Lessons at Uncle Fred-
dy'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: 229/455-2267
Beginner line dance
lessons
Tuesday 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 Group
Addiction Support
Group: Greater Visions
faith-based addictions sup-
port group meets weekly
in two locations. Meetings
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at 7:00 PM in Lake City at
the Christ Central Church
building on Sister's Wel-
come Road. The group also
meets Thursday mornings
at 9:30 AM in Live Oak at
the Suwannee Coalition of-
Hece located at 208 North
Ohio Avenue. This group
provides spiritual and emo-
tional support in a non-
judgmental setting. Come
experience the freedom
from addictions that is
found in Christ. Greater Vi-
sions is an outreach of
Christ Central but open to
anyone. For more infor-
mation contact 208-1345.
Pickin' & Grinnin'
Every Saturday 6 p.m.
Spirit of the Suwannee
Music Park
If you play an ocoustic
instrument or just like to sit
and listen to good Country,
Gospel or Blue Grass mu-
sic, come on out to the
Pickin' shed in the loop
camping area. Pot luck din-
ners the third Saturday of
each month. Join us --- its
fun ---- its free! Sponsored
by Suwannee River Blue-
grass Association.
GFWC Woman's Club
Of Live Oak is available
for rentals until 11 p.m. Is
there a baby shower, wed-
ding reception, holiday
party or other event com-
ing up?, Please call Julie at
362-7303 to reserve your
date and time. Make a
wonderful memory.
Narcotics Anonymous
The "Trip to Recovery
Group" Tuesday 7 p.m.,
Friday, 7 p.m. First United
Methodist Church, 311
South Ohio Ave. Live Oak,
Fl, Help Line 352-376-
8008 or 866-352-5323,
HTTP://uncoastna.org
Road to Recovery Group is
not affiliated with First
United Methodist Church.
Weatherization
funding available
Funding is available for


Home Repairs in Suwan-
nee County. Families must
meet income eligibility re-
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Examples of weatherizing
repairs that could be avail-
able are installation of
doors, windows, insula-
tion, hot water heaters and
window air conditioners.
For more information,
please call the local
Suwannee River Econom-
ic, Inc. at (386) 362-6079.
Free English Classes
Closes de Ingles -
Gratis, aprenden, Pronun-
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Clases empiesan el 8 de
Agosto, 2011, cada lunes y
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Felicia Doty y el equipo,
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van estar en la Iglesia Epis-
copal, San Lukas, 1391
SW 11th St., (Se encuen-
ntra la Iglesia en frente del
hospital en Live Oak).
Senior Citizens
Meet the first Monday of
each month in the west an-
nex of the Suwannee Co.
Coliseum. If you are fifty
years old or older or dis-
abled. The dues are $5 per
year. Each member is to
bring a covered dish to
each meeting. We will be
having drawings for gifts
which include complimen-
tary visits for two a differ-
ent restaurants. Door prizes
will be given. There will be
bingo after the meal. Also,
there are trips planned for
this group. Please call 330-
6319 if you have any ques-
tions. Please put Senior
Citizens meetings on the
first Monday of each
month on your calendar.
Come join us and enjoy
great friends and wonder-
ful fellowship.
Cub Scout Pack
No. 408
Tiger, Wolf, Bears and
Webelos dens (grades one -
five) every Thursday,
Aug.-May only; 6:30-7:30


p.m. at Live Oak Church of
the Nazarene.
Suwannee County
Open Market
Tuesday 8 a.m. 2 p.m.
and Thursdays 3 p.m. 6
p.m. at Suwannee County
Historical Museum, North
Highway 129. Live Oak.
Shop fresh, shop local for
farm fresh produce, flow-
ers, plants, herbs, baked
goods, coffee, locally pro-
duced honey, jellies, jams,
soaps, arts and crafts and
more. We accept State of
Florida WIC/FMNP
coupons. All vendors wel-
come. Call 386-362-1776
or 386-364-4560 for more
information.
Mothers of
Preschoolers (MOPS)
Meeting
Meets second and fourth
Tuesday of every month
(August-May) at First Bap-
tist Church of Live Oak @
9:30 am. MOPS Intemna-
tional exists to encourage,
equip and develop every
mother of preschoolers to
realize her potential as a
woman, mother and leader.
Breakfast and childcare are
provided. www.mops.org.
I am putting together a
family history book
On the descendants of
Stephen, William & Sarah
Ann Grant. Surnames in-
clude Grant, Hewitt,
Adams, Land, McCray,
McClamma & any other
related. If you would like
to submit information or
photos or are interested,
please contact Cher Newell
at 386-209-1559 or 386-
364-1608.
Stop, drop and Recycle
for Adults with
Disabilities.
Comprehensive Com-
munity Services Inc. In-
vites you to participate in
our recycling project cam-
paign. CCS Clients are
recycling Printer Ink
Cartridges, Laser Car-


tridges, Cell Phones -Any
Kind, MP3 Players
Drop off at Lafayette Ex-
tension Office, Wes Haney
Chevrolet, Suwannee Tax
Collectors, Live Oak City
Hall, or the CCS Offiee,
larger quantities can be
picked up. For more infor-
mation on how your busi-
ness can join the CCS re-
cycling team call Janet
Sampson, 386-362-7143
ext 5
Free Sunday lunch
Live Oak
For the past several
months a group headed up
by Pat and JoAnn Lynch
have been serving a free
lunch at the community
center in Live Oak the last
Sunday of the month. We
need volunteers to help set
up and serve the meals. If
you are interested in volun-
teering you may contact
Pat and Jo Ann Lynch at
(386) 935-1076 or Roger
Burnside at (386) 935-
3343.
Free Sunday lunch
Hamilton County
A group headed up by
Pat and JoAnn Lynch will
be serving a free lunch at
the Civic Center in Jasper,
on the 2nd Sunday of the
month. We need volun-
teers to help set up and
serve the meals. If you are
interested in volunteering
you may contact Pat and Jo
Ann Lynch at (386) 935-
1076 or Roger Bumnside at
(386) 935-3343.
Did you earn your
pin?
Reconnect with your
shipmates and help pre-
serve the memories
With more than 13,000
members and over 150
chapters throughout the
United States, your rank or
rate and status are active,
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rights of elders residing in
nursing homes, assisted
living facilities and adult
family care homes. The
program's local councils
are seeking additional vol-
unteers to identify, investi-
gate and resolve residents'
concerns. Special training
and certification is provid-
ed.
All interested
individuals
Who care about protect-
ing the health, safety, wel-
fare 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 .myflor
ida.com/" http://ombuds-
man.myflorida.com.
Christian Mission In
Action Ministry
Will serve dinners from
11 a.m. until 1 p.m. sec-
ond Saturday of every
month at Hale Park Recre-
ation Center at 105 East
Duval St., Live Oak, FL.
For information call Au-
drey Howell @ 386-364-
4560.
Boy 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 month-
ly camping, as well as
week-long winter and
summer camps! Parents
are encouraged to partici-
pate as adult leaders, com-
mittee members and merit
badge counselors.
Wellborn Community
Association (WCA)
Meets second Thursday
of each month at 7 p.m., at
the Wellbomn Community
Center, 1340 8th Avenue '
Wellborn. For info contact
Wendell Snowden, 386-
963-1157, follow us on
Facebook, or see
www.wellborncommu-
nityas sociation. com. A
Blueberry Pancake Break-
fast is held the first Satur-
day of each month serving
blueberry pancakes,
sausage, orange juice and
coffee. The Annual Blue-
berry Festival is held on
the first Friday & Saturday
of June.
Auxiliary of the
American Legion
Post 107
Hosting Wall of Honor
The Auxiliary of the
American Legion Post 107
is hosting a Wall of Honor.
If you have a friend or rel-
ative that is currently in
active duty of any of the
military branches, we
would like to honor
him/her by posting a pic-
ture and name on our Wall
of Honor. It will be located
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charged are secondary to
the purposes of the organi-
zation. We are all brothers
of "The Pin." We band to-
grether to honor the memo-
ries of the over 4,000 men
who EARNED THE
RIGHT to wear" Dol-
phins" to maintain the
bonds of friendship and
camaraderie.You are invit-
ed to contact us through
the address below for more
information: National
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Veterans, PO Box 3870
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1-877-542-DIVE r
www.ussvi.org. Local con-
tact:W. Ray Rausch, 386-
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stream.net, 10035 105th
Drive, Live Oak, FI 32060.
First Baptist Church
Of Live Oak, FL will be-
gin holding a weekly grief
recovery support group.
GriefShare is a non-de-
nominational Biblically
based 13 week program
for people who are strug-
gling with losing a loved
one in death. People can
enter at any point in the 13


ed car but will be con-
tributing to the clubs.
Boys and Girls Clubs real-
ly work with kids in most
communities and offer a
safe place for them. If you
wish to donate a car, call
800-246-0493. Not only
will donators be helping
the kids, they will be able
to take sale price as a con-
tribution for income tax
purposes.
Talent Search
Do you sing or play and
instrument?, Do you act or
dance?, Do you like to read
or spend time with a friend
in wonderful conversa-
tion? WE WANT YOU!
Suwannee Health Care &
Rehab Center is looking
for your talent for our res-
idents. Dinner for two -
$45; One night at the
Beach $125; One hour
volunteering to make
memories that last forever
-PRICELESS! Call: Lynn
Brannon, Activities Direc-
tor 386-362-7860 or 386-
590-2961.
Donations needed!
Suwannee County Envi-
ronmental Watchdogs, a
non-profit organization,
seeks donations for yard
sale merchandise. Info:
Sandy, 386-364-8020.
CJBAT tests
Monday Thursday at 5


p.m. (by appointment):
CJBAT (Criminal Justice
Basic Abilities Test) at
NFCC Testing Center
(Bldg. #16), Madison. CJ-
BAT is required for accep-
tance into Corrections &
Law Enforcement pro-
grams. Photo ID required.
Pre-registration & sched-
uling time and date are re-
quired. To register please
call 850-973-9451.
College Placement
Tests
Monday Thursday
Monday Thursday at 5
p.m. (by appointment):
College Placement Test
(CPT), NFCC Testing
Center (Bldg. #16), 5 p.m.,
Madison. Register in
NFCC Student Services 24
hours before test. For in-
formation please call 850-
973-9451.
TABE tests
Monday Thursday
Monday Thursday at 5
p.m. (by appointment):
TABE (Test of Adult Basic
Education) at NFCC Test-
ing Center (Bldg. #16),
Madison. TABE is re-
quired for acceptance into
vocational/technical pro-
grams. Photo ID required.
Pre-registration & sched-
uling time & date are re-
quired. To register please
call 850-973-9451.


Love a mystery?
Try locating your ances-
tors by working on your
family tree. The Suwan-
nee Valley Gcene-sh ay:, So-
ciety invites you to join
and leamn how to find your
ancestors. Membership is
$30 for a single member or
$35 for a family. Corpo-
rate membership is also
available for donations of
$100 or more (tax de-
ductible). Meetings are
held on the first Thursday
of each month at 7 PM at
the Gcalle.h ay: Center at
215 Wilbur Street SW in
Live Oak. The library is
open on Tuesday and
Thursday from 9 a.m. until
5 p.m. and the talented
folks there will be glad to
help. For more informa-
tion call Jinnie or Alice at
386-330-0110.
Free English-speaking
and literacy classes
Provided by Columbia
County School District's
Career and Adult Educa-
tion Program. Where:
Wellborn, Florida, Unity
of God Ministries, Inc.,
12270 County Road 137
When: Every Thursday,
5:30 p.m.-8 p.m. Activities
for children will be pro-
vided. Please contact 386-
755-8190 for additional
information.


Suwannee County
Republican Executive
Committee Meeting.
First Thursday, 7 p.m.
The meeting will be held
in the council chambers of
Live Oak City Hall at 7
p.m. City Hall is located
on the corner of White St.
and US 90 in Live Oak.
For more information
please visit our website:
www.suwanneegop.com
or call Mary Lou Sharp at
386-963-5213
Suwannee County
Republican Executive
Committee
Meeting Thursday, No-
vember 3rd. 7:00 P.M.
The Suwannee County
Republican Executive
Committee would like to
invite all county residents
to our November 3rd meet-
ing. Our guest speaker will
be Dennis Cason, President
of the Suwannee Co. Eco-
nomic Alliance. Mr. Cason
will discuss the catalyst site
and other projects within
the County and State. The
meeting will be held in the
council chambers of Live
Oak City Hall at 7:00 p.m.
City Hall is located on the
comer of White St. and US
90 in Live Oak. For more
information please visit our
website: www.suwannee-
gop.com


weeks. It will be held at 6
pm on Wednesdays. First
Baptist Church is located
at 401 W. Howard in Live
Oak. For more informa-
tion, people may call 386-
362-1583 or find us on the
web at
www.fbeliveoak.org.
Haven Hospice
Hosts Helping Hands
Volunteer Orientation
When: Every Tuesday
morning at 10 a.m.
Where: Haven Hospice
Suwannee Valley Care
Center, 6037 W. U.S. Hwy
90, Lake City, Fl. Call Car-
olyn Long at 386-752-
9191 for more informa-
tion.
New Commander Post
#107
New Commander Post
#107 American Legion is
Randall E. White, 386-984-
6245 or email at shoredu-
tyC~windstream.net
Donate your old cars
People may be thinking
of donating their old cars
as part of a clean up. The
Boys and Girls Clubs
would be happy to take
their old cars. People do-
nating to the Clubs will not
only get rid of the unwant-


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