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Vol. 10 No: 52


Alachua, Florida, two sections www.AlachuaCountyToday.com


* Thursday, November 25, 2010 250


Two firefighters out,




victim returns to work


By GLENN COINE
Today Reporter
HIGH SPRINGS A month-long
investigation at the High Springs Fire
Department officially ended Nov. 3,
and the firefighter who was on paid
suspension pending its' results has
since returned to wqrk.
What began with the victim's
complaint against City of High
Springs firefighters Michael Steele


and Kyle Lewis gave way to a total of
six separate investigations of similar
or related incidents.
The High Springs Police
Department (HSPD) conducted the
internal administrative investigation,
which stemmed from an Oct. 1
complaint. The firefighter alleged
he discovered a photograph of
himself taken while he was asleep.
The graphic photo depicted another


firefighter's exposed genitals nearly
touching the head of the complainant
who was asleep at the time.
Though the investigative findings
and incident reports are now public
record, because of the nature of the
incident, the name of the firefighter is
not being revealed.
Lewis, who took the photo,, and
FIREFIGHTERS:
Continued on page A4


STAFF REPORT
Alachua County Today
Nearly all of the City ofAlachua'
110 plus employees gathered at the
Hal Brady Recreation Complex on
Thursday for a special luncheon.
An effort organized by Duane Helle
and Alan Hitchcock, the get-together


was their way of telling employees
"thank you." Helle and Hitchcock
were not alone however. They were
joined by a dozen other area residents
and business people in serving up
the feast which included prime rib,
chicken, homemade green beans and
dessert and a host of other sides.
As the employees enjoyed their


meal, they also won various door
prizes donated from area businesses
and organizations. The prizes
included 40 turkeys, Alachua's
centennial quilts and dozens of gift
cards to area restaurants and specially.
shops. Each employee walked away
with a door prize and a smile.


City hasn't billed



for 187 streetlights


By CRAIG COX
Today Reporter


Comply
the audit


ALACHUA A city sireetignh
audit of electrical usages Creek neig
has revealed that some in Alachua
1,500 street and security Farms
lights around Alachua While tht
are not connected to an of the 1
electrical meter. lights exis
The audit, conducted those in T
by the city's Public Works Alachua
department, was focused Farms arn
on identifying security and be on p
street lighting that isn't because th
being billed to customers, those strel
but is being paid for by the
City. Co



Ducks ruffling


eted in August,
identified 173
s in the Turkey
ghborhood and 14
SHighlands/Shaw
neighborhoods.
e vast majority
,558 unmetered
t on public roads,
urkey Creek and
Highlands/Shaw
e considered to
private roadways
he maintenance of
ets is funded by
ALACHUA:
ntinued on page A4


By AMANDA HILL
Today Reporter
NE WBE R R Y
- Newberry city
commissioners are
scheduling a workshop to
discuss whether they should
make any exceptions to the
law that farm animals are not
allowed in neighborhoods.
The decision to hold
a meeting to discuss
,the .issue came about
after Ron Dolbeck, a
resident of Cottages of
Country Way on SW 20th
Avenue, pleaded with, the
commission to let him keep
ducks in his yard, despite
the fact that a neighbor had
filed a complaint with code
enforcement about them.
Dolbeck, a father of three,
has butterflies, rabbits,
ducks and a pond inhis back
yard. He said that he keeps
the animals for the children


in the neighborhood to larn
from and enjoy.
Dolbeck's neighbor
filed a complaint to" code
enforcement in October,
stating that the ducks were
noisy and causing a smell.
The neighbor was invited
to speak at the commission
meeting on Monday
evening, but did not attend:
Dolbeck said that he has
had the ducks for over a
year and keeps his yard
tidy, cleaning the pond once
a week.
"I don't think that the
rabbits and the ducks and
the butterflies would be
outside of the scope of
what would be considered
normal for where I live," he
said.
Commissioner Forte
said that she didn't see
NEWBERRY:
Continued on page A6


Irby Elementary celebrates



first Thanksgiving


BRYAN BOUKARI/Alachua County Today
Thanksgiving came two days early for kindergartners atAlachua's Irby Elementary
School. Dressed in attire fit for Pilgrims and Indians, students in Mrs. Julie
Bryan's class geared up Tuesday for the Thanksgiving holiday with songs and
holiday fare. Youngsters were joined by parents and family members as they
enjoyed a traditional feast of turkey, dressing and cranberry sauce. The holiday
dinner is an annual event at the school and reinforces history's account of the
first Thanksgiving when the Pilgrims and Indians of the Wampanoag tribe shared
their food to celebrate a good harvest.


Progress Corporate Park home

to construction education center
By BRYAyN BOLrKAR I
Today Reporter


ALACHUA- Alaciua's
Progress Corporate Park
will soon be headquarters
to the National Center for
Construction Education
and Research (NCCER).
Affiliated with the
University of Florida
School of Building
Construction, NCCER is
a not-for-profit education
foundation that was
created by the construction
industry to develop
standardized curriculum


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L-R: Sid Martin Biotechnology Incubator Program
Associate Director Patti Breedlove and Operations
Manager Merrie Shaw and City of Alachua Mayor Gib
Coerper joined NCCER President Don Whyte at a
groundbreaking ceremony Monday afternoon.


and assessments with
portable credentials and to help address the
skilled construction workforce shortage.
NCCER is recognized by the industry
as the training, assessment, certification,
and career development standard for
the construction and maintenance craft
professional. The organization has been
located in Gainesville since 1996.
At a groundbreaking ceremony


Monday afternoon, NCCER officials,
representatives from Progress Corporate
Park and the City of Alachua came
together at the site of the new facility to
turn the earth, officially marking start
of construction of the 31,000 square-
foot building. The Haskell Company
of Jacksonville is the design-build firm
NCCER:
Continued on page A6


Index
inside
on A2
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Today, Incorporated

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City employees get 'Thanks'


BRYAN BOUKARTIAlachua County Today
L-R: Alan Hitchcock, Duane Helle and Ben Boukari, Jr. hand over a turkey and. a quilt to City of
Alachua employee John Stephenson.


feathers in Newberry


neighborhood


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CLASSIFEDS. .B3
EVENTS...... A3
JOBS...........B3
MOST WANTED B1
OPINIONS..... A4
PUZZLE........B4
RELIGION......B2


Jesse says,
"You should drive
your car as if
your family was
in the other car."


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Information
in this listin
from the Alach,
Sheriff's Office
log as provided
County Today.
All individ
presumed innoc
proven guilty. I
listed on this pag
cited and released
under custodial a
Information
is believed to be
however not g
Most abbreviati
been left as pr
maintain the ac
the log.
Booking: N
18, 2010
Albert, Jes
3/26/1992, DUn,
Anderson, .
9/26/1958, Coc
cocaine poss, AS


Barton,
3/25/1976,
LEO, ASO
Bell,
2/12/1991,
child, GPD
Bennett,
8/3/1990,


Gri
Ba

M
Neg


possess w/inten
ASO
Burns,
3/22/1971, Civ
ASO
.Burton, I
8/12/1963, FTA,
Clopton,
2/18/1954,
order, GPD
Donovan,
P., 7/31/1960,
domestic, ASO
Flintroyal,
8/16/1986,
domestic, GPD
Fuentes, Bra
3/6/1984, DUI
ASO
Gay Jr.,
1/20/1982, A
Battery, GPD.


appearing Goetz,.
g comes 3/10/1971, FT
ua County Harris,
daily jail 10/23/1990,
o Alachua mischief, GPI

.uals are Hayes, Jo
:ent until 4/12/1988, V
Individuals concealed we
ge may be ASO
d or placed Hines,
arrest. 3/6/1982, DW
provided Hodge,
e accurate, 8/13/1960, Tr
guaranteed. James,
ons have 11/22/1987,
ovided to firearm, GPD
curacy of Johnson,
Lamar, 4/10
november Beach Co. -V(
battery, ASO
sica L., McCul
GPD Sheneka,
Kelvin, Trespassing, A
aine sell, McKinney,
O 8/25/1980, FT
ace M., ..McRae,
ttery on 9/29/1977, Ba
Peterson,
laraysha, 8/26/1967, In
lect of a and run, m
report, ASO
George, Peterson,
Marijuana 7/22/1976, I
t to sell, cocaine poss
GPD
Walter, Preston,
il order, 9/8/1992,
homicide/ pos
Reginald, convic felon, i
ASO Rivas,
James, 8/15/1991, La
Municipal GPD j-
Rivera, 1v
Brian 7/12/1985,2
Battery Putnam Co. -
trial retail theft
Ashley, Schmlt,
Battery 4/10/1985,
carryingg
ndon M., weapon, ASO
l/DWLSR, Scott;
,9/20/1976, '
Andrew, Dangerous dn
Aggravated Simmons,
5/31/1958,
municipal order


IIIy jianu uuu
Damo N., Spradling, Rand,
A, ASO 12/6/1956, Battery, ASO
Kelarra, Villagram, Jose Luis,
Criminal 4/20/1971, Clay Co. no
) valid DL, ASO
)ntarius B., Virtanen, Joshua,
OP carrying 12/27/1986, Burgl, larc,
weapon x's 2, public order crimes, ASO
Walrath, Brandon,
Rickey, 3/23/1989, Inhouse drugs
LSR, ASO posses, opium possess,
Lester, ASO
espass, GPD Warren, Sean,
Terry L., 4/10/1978, VOP, ASO
Robbery w/ Weston, Michael,
3/3/1985, Inhouse poss
Jeremy marij < 20g, ASO
/1988, Palm Wiley, Willie A.,,
OP-domestic RWOV disorderly into,
ASO
Ilou g h, Williams, Tequisha,
3/4/1989, 11/28/1991, Inhouse petit
kSO theft, carrying concealed
Charles, weapon, ASO
A x's 2, ASO .Booking: November
Moncoe, 19,2010
ttery, ASO Addison, Lori,
Frank, 11/16/1961, Agg'assault w/
house hit deadly weapon w/o intent
making false to kill, ASO
Ashcraft, Douglas
Samuel, Edward, 3/24/1960, FTA -
Drug equip, battery, ASO
, resist off, Barrelra, Ralph,
5/14/1956,- FTA -
SCourtney, battery, battery on LEO,
Inhouse trespassing, ASO
ss weapon by Bean, Cynthia D.,
robbery, ASO 12/26/1966, FTA VOP -
_. Samuel, arraignment, ASO
rc,.petit theft, Bivins, Alonzo
Wesley, 2/22/1962,
relisse Rk, Battery (dom), ASO
Inhouse BroWn, James J.,
* FTA pre- 2/24/1989, DWLSR, ASO
t, ASO Caffie, Christopher
Garrett, Lenerd, 9/24/1992, VOP -
Inhouse lewd lascv beh, ASO
concealed Carasea, Kyle,
10/16/1988, DUI, ASO '
Matthew, Cooper,. Herbie,
Inhouse Eugene, 8/18/1967, Civil,
igs, ASO ASO
James, Craig, Jamie D.,
Inhouse 3/8/1961, Crim mischief,
er, ASO GPD


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Cruse, Lonnie, Martin, Henry,
6/14/1957, Poss cocaine, 2/11/1986, Stalking, ASO
poss narc equip, DOJ Mickler, Glenn L.,
Davis, Kendrlc, 11/14/1961, VOP -
9/9/1982, Poss < 20g worthless checks, ASO
cannabis, drug equip, APD Morton, Tia, 8/17/1977,
Egorov, Nikita, FTA municipal ord viol,
10/30/1989, FTA DWLS, ASO
ASO O'Donnell, Sean M.,
Georges, William, 1/27/1986, Drug para,
4/21/1988, Poss < 20g RMOV, GPD
cannabis, drug para, DUI, Oliver, Dachua,
GPD 12/7/1972, Poss cocaine w/
Green, Oscar T., intent to sell, DMLSR, no
9/19/1952, Fraud, false tag register, maintaining
statement to obtain drug dwelling, GPD
unemployment, ASO Perry, William Lenard,
Greene, Brendan, 7/27/1981, DWLS 2nd off,
3/25/1984, Larc theft 300 ASO
5K dollars, poss controlled Reese, Robert L.,
substance, DWLSR, poss 1/13/1973, Crim mischief,
narc equip, DOJ prevent comm to LEO,
Harris, Ishmelc,, GPD
DWLSR, GPD Reynolds, David,
Heshmati, Sara, 6/30/1979, FTA poss
11/18/1991, DUI, GPD cocaine, ASO
Hooker, Marcus T., Samhan, Moneer,
3/24/1969, Grand theft, 5/14/1991, Simple assault
GPD (domestic), GPD
Howard, Michael, Smith, James T.,
2/29/1972, VOP lewd and 8/4/1954, DUI, refuse to
lac act, DWLSR, GPD sign citation, APD
Joiner, Matthew, Tripp, Michael Lamar,
7/9/1985; Unlawful race, 1/21/1974, VOP fraud
DUI, UPD insuffx's 3, DOJ
Kelly, Meghan L., Vereen, James,
3/28/1992, Fraud False 3/7/1991, Inhouse -
owner info stolen prop Columbia Co., VOP poss
deals in, ASO controlled sub, ASO
Lamar, Frank, Walker, Robert,
3/3/1952, FTA operate. 1/5/1986, Dom. Battery by
MV w/o valid DL, Fraud strong, false imprisonment,
insuff funds check obtain GPD
goods/ svcs under $150 x's' Wilson, Darrell J.,
3, ASO 9/28/1991, Poss cann <
Lindsay, 'Nathan S., 20g, resist w/o viol, GPD
6/25/1977, DUI, ASO Wright, Thoeqas C.,
Longwell,j James 8/25/1981, Trespassing,
Franklin, 10/16/1976, larc petit theft, fraud use of
Viol inj prot.(dom)r ASO credit card, UPD
Marshall, Mark,
3/4/1970, VOP DWLSR For additional jail
Ist off, ASO
Marshall, Mark; booing logs see
3/4/1970, DWLSR
habitual, GPD alachacountytoday.om


By GLENN COINE
Today Reporter
HIGH SPRINGS Prior to the
November election, four out 'of five.
members of the High Springs City
Commission didn't think Jim Drumm could
handle the job as city manager. And Acting
City- Manager Jenny Parham doesn't want
the job. The commission, including two'
newly elected commissioners, has now
scheduled a special meeting for Tuesday,
Nov. 30 at 3 p.m. at City Hall to discuss
options.
The city, known for its small-town
charm, has a chance at a fresh start.
Commissioners Sue Weller and Byran
'Williams spent much of their first meeting.
last Thursday irllying for community
organizations, tiuinesses and government'
to work with, rather than against, each
other to improve the city. "
But High Springs still needs a city".
manager, and the entire commission agreed
it has to-decide what to do about filling the
posiiidn.
During the Nov. 18 regular meeting,
new commissioner Sue Weller asked to.
add a new agenda item to discuss the city


manager's position. But before the meeting
reached that item, a resident addressed the
commission asking what had to-be done to
bring back Drumm.
Newly elected Mayor Larry Travis
suggested, given the magnitude of the
issue, they should hold a special meeting to
address it properly.
Commissioners and city staff then
determined the earliest date possible and
even turned to the audience for approval
before, setting a time in the afternoon,
which is- usually- avoided because it is
within relar business hours when people
are still vork. But no one objected.
Bruorders, an outspoken citizen
who ca to tears as he spoke against
Drumm's firing at a prior meeting, could be
heard from the back of the room chanting
"Do it now."
Drumm was also in the audience but
remained quiet.
He, like orders and everyone else,
will have to wait until next week to see if
the commission will try to bring him back.

E-mail gcoine@alacbuatoday.com


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Meetings & Events in the Heartlands


mArcher Meets the 2nd
and 4th Monday of each
month at 7 p.m: at City Hall,
16870 SW 134 Ave.
*Alachua (City) Meets
the 2nd and 4th Monday of
each month at 6:30 p.m. at
City Hall.
*Alachua County Meets
the 2nd and 4th Tuesday
of each month at 9 a.m. at
the County Administration
Building, 12 SE 1st Street,
Room 209, Gainesville.
Citizen comments are taken
at 9:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.
=Gainesville Meets the
1st and 3rd Thursday of
each month at 1 p.m. at.City
Commission Chamber, 200
East University Avenue.
* Due to the
overwhelming demand
for the recent production
of The Chip Woman's
Fortune, directed by Carol
Velasques Jackson and
starring Dollean Perkins,
Stan Richardson, Tiana
Richardson, John White
Jr., and Bonne Burgess, the
Chip Woman's Fortune will
be featured at the Annual
Mebane Alumni Reunion
Weekend, Saturday, Nov.
27 at 6 p.m. For more
information call the Mebane
Alumni Association at 352-
316-0037.
* A.L. Mebane
High School Alumni
Association, Inc.
Homecoming Celebration
will be held Nov. 26-28.
Friday Evening, Nov. 26 -
Ms. Alumni & Little Miss
Hornet Pageant, 6 p.m. ($4),
Teen Dance, 8 p.m. ($5)
Alachua Woman's Club.
Saturday, Nov. 27 -
Vendor Booth set-up, 9
a.m. A.L. Mebane Middle
School (front parking lot).
Parade registration & lineup
10 a.m. (Lee's Preschool,
SR 241 North), Parade, 12
noon, North Main Street
through downtown Alachua.
Other activities on
Saturday include: Car
Show; Opening Ceremony
1 p.m.; Fallen Soldiers
Memorial Service; Salute
to Military; dedication of
A.L. Mebane HS Museum;
reception 3 p.m. classes
of 1960, 1965 & 1970;
play "The Chip' Woman's


mHawthorne Meets the 1st
and 3rd Tuesdays of each
month at 6:30 p.m. at City
Hall.
*High Springs Meets the
2nd and 4th Thursday of
each month at 6:30 p.m. in
City Hall.
NLaCrosse Meets.the 2nd
Monday of each month at
7:30 p.m. at Town Hall.
EMicanopy Meets the 2nd
Tuesday of each month at
7:30 p.m. at Town Hall. '
ENewberry Meets the 2nd
and 4th Monday of each
month at 7 p.m. at City Hall
*Waldo Meets the 2nd
Tuesday of each month at 7
p.m. at Yerkes Center.

Fortune" 5 p.m. (Child, $1;
Sr. Citizen, $2; Others, $3);
A.L. Mebane HS Alumni
Association Class Roundup
6:30 p.m. ($5) General
Admission Only; with Fish
Dinner $10, Basketball
Games 8 p.m.
Sunday, Nov. 28 -
Church Service 11:30 a.m.
at Old Town Church of God
In ChristAlachua. Contacts:
Doris Washington, 352-375-
6421 or Herb Jones, 352-
316-0037.
* The Holiday Expo,
presented by the High
Springs New Century
Woman's Club, is
scheduled for Dec. 3,
from 2-8 p.m. This event,
featuring 21 vendors, is
being held at the Woman's
Club on First Street in High
Springs. -
Titled "Shop 'Til You
Drop," a wide variety of
gifts, crafts, decorations,
foods, cosmetics, jewelry,
and other items make this
yearly event a great chance
to get a head start on holiday
shopping. It is a showcase
for local entrepreneurs, as
well as a few nationally
known ones.
The Woman's Club
presents this event so that
members of the community
have the opportunity to
see new market items and
unusual ones, as well as
to support local artists and
businesses that are often
not well known but whose
products are available in
this area.


PUBLIC MEETINGS


m The Holiday Season
is once again at the High
Springs Community
Theater celebrating with
Scrooge. That's right. Tiny
Tim and his delightful
family will return this year
in our Old Time Radio
Show, presented on stage.
The Cast and Crew have put
together a great presentation
that you won't want to miss.
The theater is located
in Historic High Springs
at 130 NE 1st Avenue, just
two short blocks east of The
Great Outdoors Restaurant.
The play starts Dec.
3 and runs through Dec.
19. Times are Friday and
Saturday at 8 p.m. and
Sunday at 2 p.m. Tickets
are available at The Framery
in Lake City on Baya (386-
754-2780) and at the Coffee
Clutch in High Springs,
next to The Great Outdoors
Restaurant (386-454-7593)
or online at highsprings
communitytheater.com and
of course at the door. Prices
are Adults $11, Youth (12
and under) $8 and Seniors
(Sunday only) $9.
* Alachua Recreation
and Parks committee
members need you!
Residents in the Alachua
area that wish to participate
on any one of the two
important committees for
the Alachua Recreation
and Parks, please apply by
calling Robin at the Alachua
Recreation Center at 386-
462-1610, Monday Friday
8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Committee # 1 Friends
of the Downtown Main
Street Allen Hitchcocks
Theater Park.
Committee # 2 Friends
of the Alachua, Florida
Nature Trail Park.
Interested individuals
please come and sign-up.
The two boards will meet
bi-monthly. A day and time
will be determined when
the board is organized.
Individuals will make
recommendations of ideas
for signage- special events
and beatification of each
area.
Please come and support
your community!
* The Alachua
Children's Theater is
pleased to present the
gospel comedy "Choir


Kristina Marie
Cook and William
"Chad" Purvis
along with their
parents would like
to announce their
engagement.
Both Kristina and
Chad are graduates of
Santa Fe High School.
Kristina is
employed at Eye
Candy. Hair Salon,
High Springs, Fla.
Chad has been
with the City of Alachua
for seven years.


Rehearsal." Show times
are Dec 3-12 at 8 p.m.;
Sunday matinees at 4
p.m. at Theater at the Old
Library, 15100 Main Street
downtown Alachua. For
more information, call 352-
672-2122.
When the members of
the choir come to sing they
came for various reason
that included all the wrong
reasons. A mysterious
man showed up at one
choir rehearsal, but when
they started their antics, he
leaves. They soon learned
that he was the Holy Spirit
and they work hard to get
him to come back. It's a
must see show, it will have
you laughing and shouting
in your seats.
Production features
Dayonna Thomas, Ruth
Perkins, Carol Woods,
Dollean Perkins, Matthew
Pollard, Javonte Johnson,
Bonnie Burgess, Joanna
White, Stephanie Williams,
Marissa Washington, Tara
Clarke, Rachel Fitts, Tranita
White, Jocelyn Pollard,
Clementine Hughes and
Stan Richardson as the Holy
Spirit.
* Auditions!!!! High
Springs Community
Theater is having a cast
call on Dec. 6 and 7 at
7 p.m. at the theater!
This is the opportunity to
be in a very exciting and
cutting edge production.
Imagine a Sherlock Holmes
Mystery about Sherlock's
demise. .Yes!! Sherlock
has been murdered and
who is to blame? It might
be more complicated than
you expect, not exactly
elementary. We need three
men, one woman (middle
aged to older) and one
younger woman. Don't miss
this chance to work with
director Jerry Rose on a
very exciting project. Come
on down to HSCT and try
out!


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Obituary


Patricia Ann Thigpin
Patricia Ann Thigpin
of Lake Butler, Fla.,
passed away on Saturday,
November 20, 2010, at
North Florida Regional
Medical Center in
Gainesville. She was 77.
She was born on April
14, 1933, in Waco, Texas
to Richard and Nora
Yearwood. She lived in
Waco until the age of 7
when she and her mother
moved to High Springs,
Fla.
Her mother married
William "Bill" Phifer. She
lived in High Springs until
she moved to Lake Butler,
Fla. In the 1970s.
She was preceded in
death by grandson, Wesley
Clay Scott.
She is survived by her
loving husband of over 35
years, William F. "Bill"
Thigpin; three sons, James
Brett (Carolyn) Waters of
High Springs, Fla., William
Bart (Tish) Waters of
Alachua, Fla. and William
F. "Billy" (Sheila) Thigpin
of Keystone Heights; three
daughters, Patricia Jayne
(Jimmy) Buck of High
Springs, Fla., Judy Thigpin
of Gainesville, Fla., and
Diane (Rowan) Thomas
of Keystone Heights; 11
grandchildren and 15 great-
grandchildren and many,
many friends whom she
deeply loved.
A memorial service will


be held at a later date at the
First Presbyterian Church
of High Springs.
In lieu of flowers,
the family requests that
donations be made to The
First Presbyterian Church
of High Springs Building
Fund.


Arrangements are under
the care of Evans-Carter
Funeral Home in High
Springs.
Obituaries: The obituaries in this
section are considered news and are
published free of charge by Alachua
County Today. Obituaries may be
edited for style, space and policy.


The couple has set a
wedding date for May 14,
2011.


ENGAGEMENT


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NOTICE SPECIAL CITY

COMMISSION MEETING







Notice is hereby given that the City Commission
of the City of Alachua, Florida will conduct a
Special City Commission Meeting regarding
the Project Legacy, recreation land acquisition
project. The meeting will be held at 9:00 A.M.
on November 30, 2010,-in the James A. Lewis
Commission Chambers, at the Alachua City Hall
located at 15100 NW 142nd Terrace, Alachua,
Florida. A visit to the property is anticipated
during this meeting.
In accordance with the Americans with
Disabilities Act, persons needing a special
accommodation or an interpreter to participate in
this proceeding should contact the Deputy City
Clerk's office at (386). 418-6103, at least seven
days prior to the date of the hearing. If you have
any questions, please contact the Deputy City
Clerk at (386) 418-6103, Monday through Friday
between 7:30 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.

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Thanksgiving: Tidbits for

LittledidthePlymouthColonyPilgrims and football. Yes, and being thankful -
and .the Wamponoag Indians lnow what thankful for the food and the football.
they started with that first Thanksgiving in 'Admittedly we give thanks for what
1621 as they gave thanks for the bountiful 'e have, but I've never seen anyone lying
harvest that was instrumental in the around groaning after a Thanksgiving
colonists' very survival during that first dinner because of too many blessings.
harsh winter in the Americas. More likely, the culprits are too many
To this day, Thanksgiving remains servings of turkey, dressing topped off
a special time of year when by -pumpkin pie, and
families and friends come brains mesmerized into
together and celebrate with food, a near catatonic state by
godd times and each bther. But pigskin overload.
today's Thanksgiving surpasses' But for those of us
Christtmas for sheer hedonistic' who indulge a bit too
pleasure. Christmas- is the big much, or are whipped
kahuna, the whole ball of wax. into a state of exhaustion
Thanksgiving, on the other hand, by preparing the main
offers a celebration with no strings course, just remember
attached no mad rush to open it could be worse. You
gifts, attend church and then serve might have been one of
up a gazillion course meal. the 242 million turkeys
Who would have thought Ellen Boukari raised in this country
in colonial America that in 2010. And as we all
Thanksgiving would evolve into ,know, life expectancy
a national holiday when people would for those gobblers'falls to a precariously
admittedly look forward to stuffing low level this time of year.
themselves until they are...stuffed... And if you're feeling blue because
with food...and overloaded by football you've put on a few pounds over the
rivalries. past few years, chins up, you're in good
Thanksgiving allows everyone, even company. Those, 242 million turkeys.
the most dedicated (do I hear fanatic) valued at over $3.6 billion weigh in at 7.1
dieters, to throw caution and moderation billion pounds. The USDA reports that the
to the wind and enjoyjeating everything. average weight of turkeys increases each
Face it. Thanksgiving is all about food year, and in 2010 edged upwards of'30


consumption

pounds, greater than the previous year's
28.2 pounds, and the 27.2.pounds. And
what's more, their weight has increased
67-percent since 1965 when turkeys
averaged 18 pounds.
Talk about butterballs!
While families are truly the focal point
of Thanksgiving get together, the noble
bird is the undisputed star, garnering the
spotlight front and center, and even going
as far as prescribing when the festivities
begin.
But the significance of Thanksgiving
is larger than a single meal, an eloquently
roasted turkey or a day filled with television
and football games. Thanksgiving is,
above all, the day when we pause from the
clamor of our daily lives to break'bread
with our loved ones, thankful they are in
our lives, and lovingly remember those.
who are,no-longer with us.
It's somehow comforting to know,
some 389 years later, that the Pilgrims and
the Wamponoag Indians had it right after
all.
Blessings to all for a Thanksgiving
complete with healthy servings of family,
laughter and meniories.
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Workshop i

occur until
those private developments.
Public Services Director
Mike New said according to a
City ordinance, bills for those
187 lights would be billed at
$8.50 each to their respective
developments beginning in
January. .But commissioners
quickly tossed that idea aside and
scheduled a follow-up workshop
,n which they hope to meet with
each 'of the neighborhoods in
question to hash out a plan for
dealing with the lights..
Noting that Turkey Creek had
reportedly already adopted its
2011 budget, Commissioner Ben
Boukari, Jr. said he wanted to see
the City find a way to work with
the neighborhoods. Abruptly
starting'billing in January would
be doing to them what Alachua
County did to the City when it
'failed to adopt a long-discussed
fire assessment fee earlier this
.year.
"I also understand if something is
being used, it should be paid for,"
Boukari said.
Commissioner Robert Wilford
was also quick point out that little
discussion about the issue had


ikely won't


taken place in the public forum.
The Turkey Creek Master Owners
SAssociation Board met Nov. 17,
but didn't. know anything about
the issue until an e-mail from the
City a day later.
Before making a motion to hold.
a workshop about the matter,.
Commissioner Gary Hardacre
said, "It's obvious all of us have
some concerns."
The issue drew a crowd as several
residents and board members
from all of the neighborhoods
stepped forward Monday night.
Though largely appreciative that
the commission postponed the
SJanuary billing, they remained.
concerned with what would
ultimately happen.
Some residents of Turkey Creek
referred to original development
agreements as proof that their
neighborhood was not supposed
to pay recurring usage fees for
the streetlights
It is anticipated that a workshop
to discuss the street and security
lights issue will not be scheduled
before the end of 2010.
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Fire Chief says in 40 years onjob, thisis a first


Steele, who was in the photo with
the victim, both resigned as of
Oct. 419. At that time, according
to HSPD reports, they both
claimed that the victim had done
the same thing to Steele in the
past.
Despite the investigation's
conclusion on Nov. 3, the city
has only provided a full record
for one of the six separate issues
being investigated. Fire Chief
Verne Riggall said Monday the
other documents are likely still
being processed for necessary
redactions.
Investigation .. 2010-008
was released, and states that
the investigator, Sgt. Antoine
Sheppard, recommended to
"not sustain" "policy violations
against both Firefighters Steele
and Lewis..." but the rest of the
documents appear to pertain to
alleged policy violations by the
unnamed victim.
Those, Sheppard also said,
should not be sustained. "Since I
cannot establish a preponderance
of evidence (51%) concerning
the allegations made against [the
victim], I respectfully request to


NOT SUSTAIN the following
policy violations against [the
. victim]. For the purpose of this
investigation, not sustained is
defined as insufficient evidence
to clearly prove or disprove the
allegation/complaint."
Though it was former High
Springs firefighters Steele and
Lewis who made the allegations
that the victim was guilty too,
they told police they did not
want to file complaints of any
kind against him, and they "did
not find his alleged actions
offensive."
The investigative report also
included a copy of a message
Lewis sent the victim via
Facebook.
The message, dated Oct. 20,
said "Hey man, I want to reach
out to you...I just am wondering
What brought it to the point it got
to, we feel like you stabbed us
in the back...Hopefully all goes
well for you."
Riggall called the ordeal
"shocking."
"We're professionals, and
professionals don't act like that."


With more than 40 years
on the job, he said, he's never
encountered anything like what.
It was disappointing, he added,
and it won't be tolerated.
The victim has returned
to work, but the possibility
of disciplinary action-is. still
pending, Riggall said.
The five remaining issues
under investigation concern both
potential policy violations and
facts about a separate but similar
incident. Investigators will
examine what policies Steele and
Lewis violated during the Oct. 1
incident, what policies they may
have violated during an alleged
incident involving another
firefighter, what happened in
a separate incident with that
firefighter and others who were
not identified, and what policies
Chief Riggall and or Fire Cpt.
Bruce Gillingham may have
violated if they knew about any
of the incidents and did not take
action.
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ALACHUA COUNTY TODAY LOCAL NEWS THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 2010 A5


Santa Fe High band takes state title,



other local bands in top three


Special to
Alachua County Today
ST. PTERSBURG- For
the second straight year, the
Santa Fe High School band
has brought home the state
championship.
The Santa Fe Raider
Regiment was named the
2010 Champion in Class
2A at the Florida Marching
Band Championship, which
was held this past weekend
at the Tropicana Dome
in St. Petersburg. This is
the band's eighth state
championship, including
the 2009 title. The school
has now won more state
championships than any
other band in Florida.
"Never have I seen
student musicians and color
guard members perform
with such passion,"
said band director Nate
Bisco. "These students
have practiced countless
numbers of hours since
August, fighting through
injuries and intense heat to
fulfill their dream."
"From the first note, I
knew I would be holding
a banner later that night,"
said Hannah Zombory,
Santa Fe Raider Regiment
senior drum major of her


.. .


Photo special.to Alachua County Today
The Santa Fe Raider Regiment was named the 2010 Champion in Class 2A at the
Florida Marching Band Championship. This is the band's eighth state championship,


including the 2009 title.
band's performance. "I've
never been so proud of the
Raider Regiment. With
only 58 members, we've
made history."
Other local bands also
made outstanding showings
at the competition. The
Gainesville High School
Hurricane Marching Band
took second place in the
Class 3A division, while
the Buchholz High School
Golden Regiment took
third place in class 4A.


Earlier in the cAmpetition,
both schools had taken
first place in their semi-
final competitions, with
Buchholz winning Best
in Class Music, General
Effect and Visual awards
and GHS the winner of the
Best in Class Music and
General Effect awards.
The Newberry High
School Band of Pride was
among the top 20 semi-
finalists in the Class 1A
Division.


"I am so proud of our
wonderful high school
bands," said Dan Boyd,
Superintendent of Alachua
County Public Schools.
"To do so well at the state
level requires an enormous
amount of hard work
and dedication from the
students, staff and parents.
They've certainly earned
these honors."
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Alachua gearing


up for Christmas


parade Dec. 11


Special to
Alachua County Today
ALACHUA The
Alachua Chamber of
Commerce, in partnership
with the City of Alachua, is
hosting its annual Christmas
Parade on Saturday, Dec.
11 at 2 p.m.
Starting at North
Main and US Highway
441, the parade will wind
through historic downtown
Alachua. Grand Marshals
this year will be our
own Babe Ruth 12 and
Under Girls World Series
Champions, following
the Alachua Police Honor
Guard led by Police Chief
Joel DeCoursey, High
Springs Chief Jim Troiano
and Alachua County
Sheriff Sadie Darnell. Our
own Commissioner Ben
Boukari, Jr. will serve as
Master of Ceremony.


With the theme,
"Hometown Traditions,"
many churches, civic and
youth groups, businesses
and the Santa Fe High
School marching band
will provide a joyous filled
afternoon with floats and
entertainment. This year
we will be presenting cash
and plaques for winning
floats and groups that
celebrate this year's theme.
There is no fee to enter.
Come share the holiday
spirit in historic Alachua.
Contact Bud
Calderwood for additional
information, 386- 462-
3229 or gasvet@aol.com.
Applications are available
online at www.Alachua.
com or by calling the
Chamber office at 386-462-
3333.


Parents of middle, high school students can track their progress online


Special to
Alachua County Today
ALACHUA COUNTY
- Parents of students in
Alachua County middle
and high schools can now
keep track of their child's
academic, attendance and
other records online.
After a successful pilot
program that began at Santa
Fe High School in Alachua,
the Parent Portal is now
available in all middle
schools and all but one high
school in the district. The
Professional Academies
Magnet @ Loften High
School is expected to go
online with the program


during the next semester.
"We find that parents are
much more knowledgeable
about their students'
academic progress," said
Santa Fe High principal Bill
Herschleb. "They're also
doing more to encourage
their students to get their
assignments done."
Parents using the
Portal can access a wide
variety of information on
their children-not. just
grades and attendance
data, but also daily class
assignments, homework
and test scores.
"It gives parents a
true day-to-day .picture
of what's happening


in the classroom," said
Herschleb. "It's a great way
to keep everyone focused
on our mission, which is
the academic progress of
the students."
About 2800 families
have signed on to the Portal,
and the system is getting
about 4100 hits weekly.
But district officials expect
many more parents to take
advantage of the Portal as
they become aware of it.
"A growing number of
people are handling their
personal and work-related
business online," said Sandy
Hollinger, the district's
deputy superintendent for
instruction and student


services. "We're taking
advantage of that reality to
improve communications
between the home and
school."
Kanapaha Middle
School principal Jennie
Wise say she can tell
parents are using the Portal
based on the questions
they ask during teacher
conferences.
"The dialogue is
much more productive
because parents have more
information," she said.
"Anytime we're all on the
same page about what's
going on with students, it's
a good thing."
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NEWBERRY:
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Commission approached with several cases

concerning farm animal zoning recently
anything wrong with him Tripp Norfleet, whose he has noticed that the
having the ducks. City family construction issue keeps coming up
Manager Ashby also stood company built Cottages of and recommended that
up for Dolbeck, saying Country Way, warned the the commission hold a
that he was "taking his commission to be careful workshop to discuss if there
City Manager hat off for with its decision. He said it should be an exception for
a minute to say that he would be hard to tell people animals that are "more
doesn't see an issue as a that one thing is okay, but pets than farm animals."
neighbor and a friend." another is not. He also The commission motioned
He described Dolbeck as mentioned that residents to schedule a workshop
a "pied piper of children might be worried about the and invited anyone in the
in the neighborhood." A animals decreasing their community that wanted
letter that was written to the property value, to speak about the issue
commission by Deborah "If somebody spends to attend. The date of the
Fulton, one of Dolbeck's that kind of money on a workshop will be advertised
neighbors, attested that house, they would like to when it is selected.
Dolbeck was a model know that their investment The ducks will be
neighbor. is protected," he said. allowed to stay for now.
"We truly enjoy visiting Commissioner Lawson Action by code enforcement
with him and these animals pointed out that residents of has been suspended
and have no concerns other neighborhoods have pending the zoning change
regarding cleanliness or complained about chickens, consideration.
violation of code. We think goats and potbellied pigs # # #
the pets add a lot to our recently and that the code E-mail ahill@
neighborhood and strongly was enforced in those cases. alachuatoday.com
suggest that Ron be allowed Lowell Garrett,
to keep them," she said. city planner, said that


Tax exemptions to serve as


tool to jumpstart economy


By GLENN COINE
Today Reporter
HIGH SPRINGS Virtually every
industry and every neighborhood
nationwide has felt the effects of the
double-dip recession, and signs of a turn-
around are still few and far between.
High Springs is no exception, but the
city is hopeful. The local market can't be
fixed overnight, but a new referendum
could give a .much-needed leg up for
business in the area.
Around the country, those who lost
their jobs remain unemployed, and the lay-
offs keep coming. Profits are a thing of the
past, and the most many can hope for is just
getting by in today's economy.
The federal government, perhaps the
most broke entity of all, has tried' all sorts
of stimulus tactics. Some have helped, but
not enough.
In the November election, High Springs
citizens voted in favor of authorizing the
city government to grant ad valorem tax
exemptions to qualified new and expanding
businesses.
The referendum is designed as a


managing construction
of the facility which will
be designed to LEED
silver certification, a
national standard for
high-performance green
buildlings.
NCCER President Don
Whyte was joined by Sid
Martin Biotechnology
Incubator Program
Associate Director Patti
Breedlove and Operations
Manager' Merrie Shaw,
and City of Alachua
Mayor Gib Coerper,
City Manager Traci Cain


and Commissioner Ben
Boukari, Jr.
"NCCER is the
leading workforce
development organization
for the construction and
maintenance industry," said
Whyte. "With the critical
workforce challenges
facing the industry as it
moves from downturn
to recovery, NCCER
anticipates aggressive
growth."
Whyte estimates that the
building will be operational
in fall 2011 and will initially


bring 40 jobs to the area,
with 60 additional jobs to
follow. "NCCER is pleased
to be building a permanent
home that will support the
local economy and the city
of Alachua," said Whyte.
"We are excited about
the opportunities as we
continue to serve today's
craft professional and the
industry for many years to
come."
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- With the holidays upon us
and millions of Americans
hitting the roads, Alachua
County Sheriff Sadie
Darnell wants everyone
to arrive safely at their
destinations. So, drivers
and passengers be on the
lookout, Alachua County
Deputies will be out in force
sending the strong message
"Click It or Ticket."
While seatbelt use
is at a record high of 85
percent nationwide, 45
million Americans still fail
to buckle up when they
get in a motor vehicle.
According to statistics
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of Transportation, National
Highway Traffic Safety
Administration (NHTSA),
on any given day about


The City of Alachua would like to thank

the following businesses, organizations

and individuals for the recent City of

Alachua Employee Appreciation

Luncheon.


Duane Helle
Alan Hitchcock
Ace Hardware
Alachua Farm & Lumber
Alachua Pawn
Alachua Dental
Alachua Sub Shop
Almost New
Alarion Bank
Beef 'O' Brady's
Jim Brandenburg
Buttons and Bows
Campus USA
Conestoga's
Edward Jones
Hungry Howie's


Kazbor's
El Toro
New York Pizza Plus
Prissy Pals
Quality Cleaners
Sara Vierra Salon
The Pink Porch
D.W. Ashton Catering
Sandy Burgess
Rich Mathis
Lyn Check Mathis
Gloria Bethea
Trish Utter
Beckey Boning
Lisa Jenkins
Alachua Business League


Alachua Historical Society
Caryl McKellar
Colleen's Kloset
Darryl J. Tompkins, P.A.
Cathy Colson
Valerie's Loft
Ed Sroka
Becky Ennis
Bill Ennis
Vada Horner
Tammy Lindsey
Sherylle Buehler
Rosanne Morse
Alachua Printing


'Your outpouring ofsupport andencouragement is greatly appreciated

-Traci Cain Staff


38 passenger' vehicle
occupants who are riot
buckled up 'are killed in
motor vehicle crashes.
Regular seat belt use is
the single most effective
way to protect people and
reduce fatalities in motor
vehicle crashes, according
to NHTSA. Research
has shown that when lap
and shoulder belts are
used properly, the risk of
fatal injury to front-seat


passenger car occupants
is reduced by 45 percent
and the risk of moderate to
serious injury is reduced by
50 percent.
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for highway safety during
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Ask Your Dentist
by Douglas M. Adel, D.D.S.

Happy Thanksgiving
Q: Is it true that enamel. Of course some
Thanksgiving is good for cranberry dishes use sugar
your teeth? to blunt the tartness of the
A: Thanksgiving could fruit. So that will counter
be good for your teeth, some of the benefit.
especially if it means you Incidentally, researchers
eat more at one sitting and have also- found that
eat fewer snacks, and if cranberry is an effective
you eat cranberries. Large protection against bladder
meals are better for your infection.
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the course of a large meal, Thanksgiving meal, brush
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economic boost where it can, allowing the
City Commission to offer tax breaks as
incentive to attract new industry to High
Springs and also to encourage growth and
expansion for already established local
companies.
At a Nov. 18 meeting, David Ramsey,
senior director of economic development
for the Council for Economic Outreach
(CEO) at the Gainesville Area Chamber
of Commerce, made recommendations for
several minor revisions to the wording of
the city ordinance instating the referendum.
The commission voted to adopt the
ordinance with the recommended changes.
The CEO's president and chief
executive officer, Brent Christensen, told
the commission it's an exciting initiative
for High Springs to have this new tool at
its disposal.
High Springs is currently the only city
in the area with this type of ordinance,
making it that much more advantageous in
the struggle to attract industry to the local
area.

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Melissa
Renea
Smith
White
Female,
09/04/87
5'06",
-135 Ibs
Brown Hair,
Brown Eyes

Currently
wanted for:
Grand Theft,
Fraud/Use of
ID of Another
S Person Without
Consent


Terrance A.
Jefferson
Black Male,
5'07",
12/10/1984

Currently
wanted for:
Possession
and use of
Drug
Equipment


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defensive strategies and the basic
principles of defense.
We also. discuss how to
develop a defensive mindset,
understanding offensive and
defensive postures, the benefits
of yelling and the difference
between screaming and yelling,
recognizing vulnerable locations
and utilizing personal weapons.
The second block introduces
the student to hands-on defense
training. The techniques are
based on simple gross motor


Dallas
Donnell
Footman
Black Male,
11/16/79
5'11",
175 Ibs
Black Hair,
Brown Eyes

Currently
wanted for:
Possession of
Controlled
Substance
without
Prescription


James
Thorough-
good
White Male,
5'8",
3/1/1982
Brown Hair,
Brown Eyes

Currently
wanted for:
Fraud X's 3


Randall
Hudson:
Davis
White Male,
04/03/88
6'02",
240 Ibs
Brown Hair,
Brown Eyes

Currently
Wanted for:
Possession of Co-
caine, Drving.While
Ucense Suspended
Habitual, Possession
of Controlled Sub-
stance without Pre-
scription, Possession
Marijuana less than
20 grams, Keeping
Vehilde for Drugs,
Possession of Drug
Paraphernalia


Gerald
Martin
Black Male,
5'8",
4/21/1968
Black Hair,
Brown Eyes

Currently
wanted for:
DWLSR


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point that they become instinctual
through repetition.
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students will participate in
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designed for this training.
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environment monitored by
instructors.


Shirone
Kennard
Bonnett
Black Male,
08/17/79
5'09",
220 lbs
Black Hair,
Brown Eyes

Currently
wanted for:.
Possession of
Weapon by
Convicted
Felon,
Possession of
Cocaine


Arnett
Bryant
Black Male,
6'1",
8/8/1983
Black Hair,
Brown Eyes

Currently
wanted for:
DWLSR


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Casey
Allen
Carver,
White Male,
5'09",
10/21/1981

Currently
wanted for:
DUI 2nd
Offense, Drive
While License
Suspended


Pernisha
Welcome
Black
Female, 5'2",
9/23/1985
Black Hair,
Brown Eyes

Currently
wanted for:
Petit Theft


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White
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5'04",
5/31/1992
Blond Hair,
Hazel Eyes

Currently
wanted for:
Poss. of
Marijuana less
20 grams,
Poss. Drug
Equipment


Calvin
Johnson
Black Male,
5'11",
11/15/1967
Black Hair,.
Brown Eyes

Currently
wanted for:
Civil Order of
Arrest (child
support)
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Latonya
Denise
Middleton
Black'
Female,
5/31/1972
5'06",
155 Ibs
Black Hair,
Brown Eyes

Currently
wanted for:
Possession of
Cocaine, Sell
of Cocaine
within 1000ft
of Specified
Area


Rondez
Edwards
Black Male,
9/29/1982
5'09",
160 Ibs
Black Hair,
Brown Eyes

Currently
wanted for:
Dealing in
Stolen
Property


Liza
Mosley
Black
Female,
5'03",
12/18/1973
Black Hair,
Brown Eyes

Currently
wanted for:
Fraud-Failed to
disclose Public
Aid


Milton
Rush
Black Male,
5'08",
11/24/1962
Black Hair,
.Brown Eyes

Currently
wanted for:
Pass Forged
Instrument
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B2 ALACHUA COUNTY TODAY RELIGION THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 2010



If Thou hadst known, even Thou


S The Gospel of Saint
Luke 19:41 f.f., tells of
the events that took place
near the close of Jesus' life
and ministry. It contains
some of His last thoughts,
words and actions before
He goes to the cross. It's
a moving account of the
immeasurable love of God
towards man and a sinful
world that refused the light,
preferring darkness.
Jesus is preparing to
enter Jerusalem for the last
time. He knows that this
Passover will be His last and
His ministry on earth will
be completed. The agony
of the cross is before Him,
the stage has been set and
as Jesus enters Jerusalem
with all of the ceremony
of a king, people shouting
"Hosanna, blessed is He
that cometh in the name of
the Lord, He's fully aware
of what is to come. He is
going to Jerusalem not to
reign, as King, but to die
as a common criminal. As
Christ looks at Jerusalem
from a distance, His heart is


troubled as He thinks about
the condition of the people
in the city of David.
Jesus knows that His
mission is to give His life
as a ransom for sin and the
city He is about to enter is
where He'll be martyred.
Jesus wasn't forced to go
to Jerusalem, He wasn't
arrested and dragged into
the city for execution;
He knew His calling and
set Himself to obey His
Father's will and chose to
go to Jerusalem. Would
you be willing and able to
suffer like this?
To see Christ's
motivation, gives us a
glimpse at the sacred heart
of our Saviour. Remember
His words as He looked
over the city of Jerusalem,
"If thou hadst known,
EVEN THOU, at least in
this thy day, the things
which belong unto thy
peace! But now they are
hid from thine eyes." What
do the words, "IF THOU
HADST KNOWN, EVEN
THOU" mean? It's an


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Church
expression of familiarity...
but it clearly shows
disappointment. It signifies
a relationship that once
flourished and has now
turned cold and lifeless, the
intimacy has disappeared.
It reminds one of the final
words of Caesar when he
sees his friend among his
murderers, "Et tu Brute ".
Jerusalem was a
purchased place, an
inheritance to those, like
Abraham, who had faith in
God. It was a haven for the
worshipping community, a


place set aside for prayer
and worship. The people
of God dwelt in security
in this city established by
God Himself. It's often
seen as a picture of the
New Testament Church
redeemed by Christ for
the people of God. But
Jerusalem had lost its.
first love, even while the
sacrifices continued and the
incense ascended to heaven.
Passover is being prepared
in the city while the Lamb
of God stands outside the
city, prepared by God to
be the sacrifice for the sins
of the people. His words,
"If thou hadst known,
EVEN THOU" should
have us wondering about
the condition of our own
hearts. When Christians
prepare to receive the Body
and Blood of Christ (just
as the Jews were preparing
their own Passover lambs),
we should wonder at the
presence of Christ so
real before us, and the
condition of our hearts
to receive Him. Would
He say to us, "IF THOU
HADST KNOWN, EVEN


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THOU?"
Our blinded condition
makes the danger so
much worse. It's the
same condition that Jesus
spoke of, when he said to
Jerusalem that, "the things
pertaining to thy peace
are hid from thine eyes".
Jerusalem didn't seem to
be in any danger or headed
for disaster, but absolute
destruction was very close.
The King of Kings, the
Lord of Lords, the Prince
of Peace announces to the
City of God that they shall
not have His protection
because "they did not know
the day of their visitation."
It's not just Jerusalem,
it's not just the church that
falls in the scope of this
text in Saint Luke. The
day of visitation came to
earth 2,000 years ago, in
the person of the incarnate


Christ. But another day
of visitation is definitely
coming and this one
won't be one where Christ
stands at a distance with
a sorrowful heart. In the
1st Epistle of Saint Peter,
he announces another day
of visitation that implies
the final judgment where
we shall all stand. It also
points out that each one
of us is responsible for
initiating the work of the
Holy Spirit in our lives, a
visitation from God to the
soul of man. Today might
be such a day. Each of us
should prepare our hearts to
participate in the fellowship
of receiving. Christ as Lord
of our lives. He is always
present-so, let's examine
and renew our divine
relationship with Him.
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The Heartland Community Places of Worship


Alachua church of Christ
14505 NW 145th Avenue
Sunday Bible Classes 9:30 a.m.
Assembly at 10:30 a.m.
Evening Service 5:30 p.m.
Wednesday Bible Class 6:30 p.m.
Minister Doug Frazier
(386) 462-3326



Fellowship
F Church
Contemporary Praise & Worship
Sunday at 9:30 a.m. & 11 a.m.
16916 NWUS Hwy441, High Springs.
386-454-1700
www.FellowshipOnline.org


HIGH SPRINGS CHURCH
OF CHRIST
520 NE Santa Fe Boulevard
BibleClasses forAllAges 9:30 am.
Worship 10:30 a.m.
Evening Worship 6 p.m.
Wednesday Bible Classes 7 p.m.
highspringscofc@alltel.net
Pastor. Cori Lewis (386)454-2930

New St. Mary Missionary
Baptist Church
13800 NE 158th Avenue, Alachua 32616
Rev. Daniel H. McNish, Pastor
Phone & Fax (386) 462-7129
Services: Sunday School 9:30 a.m.
Moving Worship 11 am.-lst,2nd, 3rd Sunday
Quarterly 11 am. 4th Sun. Birthday Rally
Service; Tuesday Evening 7 p.m.
Prayer Meeting & Bible Study


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Where worship is our central act
Where the apostolic tradition is
upheld
Where we kneel to pray
Where worshipful music
is the standard
Where traditional liturgy
is the norm
t o Where the Holy Scriptures
are proclaimed
Where a prayerful and quiet
atmosphere is provided
* Where traditional values are taught
* Where we seek to proclaim a risen
Savior in our daily life and work
Come Join Us
Bible Study 9:30 a.m. Church 10:30 am.
and other special services as announced.
12880 NW39thAvenue
(352) 317-5757 www.AllsaintsXnEC.org


First Baptist Church of Alachua
One block east of Main Street in Alachua
386-462-1337
Sunday: Wednesday:
9:30 a.m. Sunday School 6:15 p.m. Youth (6th -12th grades)
10:45 a.m. Worship 6:15 p.m. Choir rehearsal
4:30 p.m. Awana (2 yrs 5th grade)
5:15 p.m. Adult Bible Study www.fbcalachua.com
College Bible Study Doug Felton, Pastor
Doug Felton, Pastor

First United Methodist Nov. 28th Matthew 24:36-44
Church of Alachua Dec. 5th Matthew 3:1-12
14805 NW 140th Street 462-2443 Dec. 12th Matthew 11:2-11
Pastor Dr. Adam Zele Dec. 19th Matthew 1:18-25
Jeff Van Valey, Youth & Children's Minister Also Christmas Cantata
Traditional Worship, 8:45 & 11 a.m.
this Sunday at
Contemporary Worship 6 p.m.
Sunday School 9:45 am. 11 am service
viww.alachuafirstunitedmethodist.org Dec. 26th Matthew 2:13-23


-A-J Service Times
i pac Sunday 10:30 a.m. & 6:30 p.m.
A I., L oC Wednesday 7:30 p.m.
"g LI.Is Youth Service Wed. 7:30 p.m.
pact1 r of Senior Pastors: Edwin & Angela Anderson
.tht e 4-d." 386-454-1563
W 04od' www.impactfamilychurch.com
16710 NW US 441 Between High Springs & Alachua

Services
Sunday: 10:30 a.m. & 6 p.m.
SChildren's Church 10:30 a.m.
Assembly of God Tuesday: Youth Service 7 p.m.
Wednesday:
Located at 14200 NW 148th Place Adult & Children Bible Study 7 p.m.
Downtown Alachua Nursery provided for all services.
www.riveroflifeassembly.org Pastor Greg Evans 352-870-7288


New Oak Grove Baptist Church
Sunday School 10 a.m.,
Worship 11 a.m., Evening Service 6 p.m.
Wednesday Fellowship Meal 6 p.m.
Bible Study 7 p.m.
RAs, GAs & Students 7 p.m.
Nursery Provided
Terry Elixson, Jr;, Pastor
386-462-3390 18100 NW 262Avenue

St. Luke A.M.E. Church
Rev. Jessie L. Steele, Pastor
14950 Martin Luther King Blvd/Hwy 441
Alachua 32616
386.462.2732(church) 336.462.4396 (Fax)
Email: stlukeamechurch@windstream.net
Morning Worship: 11 a.m.;
Church School 9:45 a.m.
Bible Study: 7 p.m. (2nd & 4th Wednesdays)
Theane PUSH.-PTahytSormed gHqparn


Archer Church of God in Christ
Services:
Sunday School 9:15 a.m.
Sunday Morning Worship 10:30 a.m.
5th Sunday Morning Worship 8:00 a.m.
Wednesday Bible Study 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday Youth Ministry 6:30 p.m.
17370 S W 128th Place, Archer, FL 32618
Marilyn V. Green, Pastor
352.495.9811

S First Presbyterian
Church of Alachua
S Rev. VginiaMcDanidlPastor
14623 NW 140 Street
(386) 462-1549
Sunday School 9 am., Worship
Service 10:30 a.m. Nursery provided.
www.firstpresalachua.org

Foundation Chapel Church
of God by Faith
Sunday: Sunday School 10 p.m.; Mid-Day
Worship 11:30 a.m.; Children's Church 6
p.m.; Evening Worship 6 p.m.; Thesday:
YSB 7p.m. Wednesday: Outreach
Fellowship Dinner 6 p.m.; General Prayer
Service 7:30 p.m.
13220 NW 150th Avenue, Alachu
Pastor WilieJ.McKnight, Sr. 462-2549

PASSAGE
Family Church
Reaching people where thy are"

2020 NE 15 Street
eorge and Gainesville -
Lady Michele Dix (352) 336-8686
Sunday Services:
8 a.m. "Flying High" Morning Worship
9:30 am. Sunday School
11 a.m. Morning Glory Worship
& Children's Church
Wednesday Services:
12 noon Noon Day Prayer
7 p.m.. Prayer & Bible Study
Youth Services:
7 p.m. Wednesday
7 p.m. Fourth Fridays '
www.passageministries.org


Bethesda Outreach
Ministries of Alachua
Services:
Sunday School 9:30 a.m.
Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m.
2nd Sundays Street Ministry at Criswell Park 4 p.m.
Thursday Bible Study 7:30 p.m.
13205 NW 157 Avenue, Alachua, FL 32616
(Two streets behind Criswell Park)
352-339-4466
Elders Nyron and LaShandra Jenkins


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Elder Cynthia Taylor, Pastor
has moved to a new location
530 N. Main Street, High Springs, FL
(behind Hardees)
Bible Study Wed. 7 p.m
Sunday Pastoral Teaching 9:30 a.m.
Morning Worship la.m.
Church: (386) 454-2367
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20 Component
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hit)
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41 up (became in-
formed)
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55 Otherwise
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57 Presidential nickname
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guenots"
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ments
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author
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Coulee
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30 '90 Woody Allen film
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46 Singer Houston
47 Dressing gown
48 -jacket
49-jacket
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out of it'
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84 Author's income
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86 Bungle
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108 Hoffinann creation
110 Iowa city
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Thanksgiving celebrations around the Heartlands


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