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First Saturday Village
Market
Reputable local ven-
dors will be showcas-
ing their wares, from
flea marketeers to an-
tiques, fresh produce
to crafts, food to jew-
elry and so much
more. New vendors
keep the event ever
changing, but old fa-
vorites have commit-
ted to make the event
a year-round affair.
Civic and fraternal
groups are encour-
aged to participate
and help make this
event a true commu-
nity affair.
Many historic dis-
trict residents are
scheduling "yard
sales" on the First
Saturday, also. Con-
venient off-street
parking is available at
Datesman Park and
the Dunnellon Middle
School (watch for
signs).
For additional infor-
mation, call 465-9200.
Free vision screening
Free vision screen-
ing will be offered at
Walmart from 10 a.m.
to 4 p.m. for students
getting ready to head
back to school. For
more information,
call 352-465-9369.
City Council MeetS
The Dunnellon City
Council will meet at
5:30 p.m. in the coun-
cil chambers. In-
stalling cameras at

major iems under

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2010 Summer Buckle
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hosted by the Great Ad-
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shows will be held Aug.
14 and Sept. 11. Come
watch riders of all ages
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speed events such as
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the hilarious Freezie
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Vol 28 No. 42


75 cents


Bank robbery SuSnect sought


SANDRA KOONCE
Riverland News

A lone robber held up
Dunnellon's SunTrust
Bank at gunpoint Thurs-
day afternoon, just before
closing time.
Police said he may be
the same person who
robbed the Capitol City
Bank on the corner of
U.S. 41 and N. Citrus


Springs Boulevard on
July 15.
At press time, the sus-
pect was still at large.
He entered the bank, at
20270 E. Pennsylvania
Ave., dressed in a red
baggy shirt, blue baseball
cap with a white, circular
emblem, dark sunglasses
and gloves. The suspect
was armed with a black
semi-automatic handgun


and demanded money.
He was identified as a
very thin white male, 5
feet, 7 inches to 5 feet 9
inches, in his late 20s to
early 30s. He has light
brown hair and is clean
shaven.
The suspect fled on foot
and ran through a vacant
lot toward The Granada.
A spokesperson for the
See SUSPECT page 3


Special to the Riverland News
He was identified as a very thin white male, 5 feet, 7
inches to 5 feet 9 inches, in his late 20s to early 30s.
He has light brown hair and is clean shaven.


JEFF BRYAN/Riverland News
Mlichael Rey, right, prepares to throw during a dodgeball match Mlonday morning at the Boys and
Girls Club of Mlarion County Dunnellon branch as Ryan Skates looks on.


Clockwise, from top left: Tyrone Gates makes a mad dash during a game of capture the flag; Hailey
Roy runs for first base during a kickball game; Arian White waits to deliver a pitch during a kickball
game; and Troy Shell takes aim at an opponent during a dodgeball match.The Boys and Girls Club
will have its end of the summer party beginning at 1 p.m. Friday, Aug. 13, at Gruff's.


PYOgram has 7,000 potential customers mate," she said at the last Dun-
nellon City Council meeting.
There are 7,000 potential cus-
the city to use in any way it At the end of f our years, she tomers in the initial deployment
wishes. has estimated that 2,192 cus- area that includes the entire city
City Manager Lisa Algier has tomers in the Dunnellon area of Dunnellon, Rainbow Springs,
made the projection based on a would be signed up for various Rainbow Estates, Lake Tropi-
feasibility study and her own ex- parts of the service. cana and neighborhoods to the
perience with similar telecom- That's about 31 percent of the east, including Hills of Ocala


SANDRA KOONCE
Riverland News
If enough residents subscribe
to the new Fiber to the Home
(FTTH) utility that the city of
Dunnellon has voted to offer, the
utility will break even in two
years.
Within four years, there will
be a profit of almost $400,000 for


munication systems in a small
town.


possible market.
"A very conservative esti-


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SANDRA KOONCE
Riverland News

After two years of bat-
tling Blue Cove residents
who don't want a restau-
rant near their property,
Nick Patel has made a de-
cision to move his restau-
rant, Gruff's, to another
location.
He'll re-open Gruff's at
the site of the former Din-
ner Bell restaurant on

Ironically, his reasons
don't involve the com-
plaints he has encoun-
tered on an ongoing basis
from people in the up-
scale subdivision that is
adjacent to the restau-
rant site on the Rainbow
River.
In an interview Mon-
day, Patel said that busi-
ness was very good at his
present location after a
rough start.
"It took a while for peo-
ple to discover us," he
added.
And, he said, the hand-
ful of Blue Cove residents
who have been dissatis-
fied with everything
about the restaurant have
not been an obstacle -
just an irritant.
His reason for moving,
he said, was that his land-
lord offered him only a
One-year lease and he
could not continue on
those terms. His landlord
also offered to sell the
site to him for $2 mil-
lion.
The land is appraised
at about one quarter of
that amount, Patel said.
With the old Dinner
nellresttauran d vacant
the ideal time to make
the move.
Otherwise, he said, "In
another year, we might
not have a location."
By then, he said, an-
other restaurant probably
would have moved into
the Dinner Bell location.
Tuesday, Aug. 31 will be
his last day in business by
the river. Opening at the
new location will be "as
soon as possible."
"All our staff are mov-
ing with us," said Patel,
"and the menu will be the
same."
See GRUFFS page 3


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has been in business here
since 1990.
He also owns a Shell
gas station and the A to Z
liquor store.
At least three other
restaurants have opened
- and failed on the
Rainbow River site.
"Some left because of
harassment," Patel said,
referring to the contin-
gent of Blue Cove resi-
dents who do not want
commercial property in
front of their homes.
As examples of the ha-
rassment, he spoke of two
community events he
sponsored where groups
were outside a year-
end party that benefited
the Boys and Girls Club
where he provided a
Bounce House and a girls'

building to be used to
house the telecommuni-
cations office.
Projected staffing, who
would all be employees of
the city, is 11.
There would be a grad-
ual build-up on the staff,
as needed, Algier said.
As with almost any
start-up business, Algier
emphasized that during
the first year of operation,
the City would expect to
operative in the red.
The FTTH network will
offer services such as
cable TV5 high-speed In-
ternet, home phone serv-
ice and residential/


volleyball fundraiser
where they played a game
outside. Complaints were
filed because the activi-
ties were "disturbing the
neighborhood."
Residents have also
complained about sig-
nage.
Patel noted that most of
the Blue Cove residents
have been supportive of
the restaurant, but the
negative group has not
made it easy.
"When will they quit?"
he asked.
He offered a solution to
the problem of having a
commercial site near
Blue Cove.
"Blue Cove residents
should buy the property
and turn it into a park for
just their community."

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Customers will be able
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Among the benefits
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Dunnellon Police De-
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He is, however, looking
at the possibility of
adding a buffet
lunch/salad bar at the
new location.
Looking positively at
the move to a place where
"the kitchen itself is as
big as our present restau-
rant," Patel also noted the
bigger and better parking
at the new location, as
well as "being on the
main drag."
Another expansion at
the new site will be the
addition of a full liquor
bar.
Patel, who has served
on the Planning and Zon-
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RIVERLAND NEWS


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R iverview sRegional Manager .~ John Provost
Editor *~ Jeff Bryan
Member of the Florida Press Association


taken a bold step into the 21st
century with the plan to pro-
vide a new communications utility
for the city.
From all indications, the program
to install Fiber to the Home (FTTH)
is a win-win situation for both the
city and its residents and even
those who reside outside the city.
The "big boys" Brighthouse,
Adelphia, Comcast, US Cable, etc. -
have offered limited services to
rural areas like Dunnellon because
the market is too small for them to
make the profits they make in the
urban areas, a situation that has
been described as the way America


was in 1930.
By then, 90 percent of city
dwellers had electricity; only 10
percent of rural dwellers did.
Private utility companies, who
supplied electric power to most of
the nation's consumers, argued that
it was too expensive to string elec-
tric lines to isolated rural farm-
steads. They also wanted the
farmer to foot the cost of running
the lines to his property.
Enter the REA (Rural Electrifica-
tion Association). Backed by the
government, rural residents came
together, formed co-ops and
brought electricity to their homes.
America changed quickly as the


world was transformed.
Now, almost 100 years later, there
is a new thing on the market, trans-
forming America and the world. It's
the Internet and no major city is
without the capability of sending
documents in seconds to places
around the world. But, like the
rural areas of yesterday, private in-
dustry has determined it is too
costly to extend their services to
rural America.
And Dunnellon as suffered for it.
Today's business market is depend-
ent on the Internet a fast Inter-
net, but almost impossible here.
Enter the City of Dunnellon. The
government. Forming a co-op.


Helping to help its citizens catch up
with the technology demanded in
today's world. Helping the commu-
nity to be transformed.
As the work of the REA spread, it
is said that a common question that
was excitedly asked was, "Got
REA?"
We are betting there will be a sim-
ilar phrase used in this part of Mar-
ion County in the months ahead.
"Got Fiber to the Home?"
We predict that 50 percent of you
will be able to answer that question
with a resounding "YES," by Christ-
mas. It is, after all, the 21st century
and it's time to hook up and enjoy
it.

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French burga law? It's another
one of those areas I sit on the
fence about. One minute I feel it's the
right thing to do. The next minute I
am second guessing it. As I get older
I am finding more and more topics
have become less black and white.
Gray is the "in" color for the season.
It is also the color I see when it comes
to picking a side.
On one hand I say
.Ihere it is 2010 and
women are treated
like second class citi-
zens in man M lidle
Burga's my arse! I
want to scream when I

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ability to keep a man
from having lustful thoughts (like
that's ever going to happen)? Isn't a
man responsible for his own thoughts
and actions? Decorum yes, burga, no!
Modesty yes, burga, no! Shouldn't a
man wear a burga also? Women can
have lustful thoughts too! We have
come a long way in some areas and
yet we are standing still in others.
In the U.S. some women go too far
when it comes to free expression. I
am guilty of that. Sometimes our "as-
sets" show more than they should. I
do understand a Mliddle Eastern
woman wanting to be more modest
than an American woman. That is her
choice. What woman in her right
mind wants to wear a burga? There's
modesty and then there's going over-
board. You don't need to wear a tent
to be modest.
On the other hand pro burga wear-
ers say it is inherent in their religion.
MVost religions are patriarchal or
male centric. The male is in charge of
setting the rules. Some people ask if
that is fair. No one ever said religion
is fair. As much as I feel the Catholic
religion is so out of touch with mod-
ern society (i.e. banning birth control,
no woman priest, etc..) I would have a
heart attack if the Pope all of a sud-
den said abortions were okay. I may
disagree with their rules but I have to
respect the fact that rules are set in
stone. They don't change with the
times. It is the reason why many peo-
ple leave the church.
The big difference between here
and the Mliddle East is the separation
of church and state. In the U.S. reli-
gious law is not always penal law. No
woman is going to get stoned to death
for adultery.
Can unbending religions stand the
test of time? We will see. Some peo-
ple are comfortable knowing the
rules will never change. Other people
are tired of living up to someone
else's out dated standards.
Should religion go with the flow or
should it be a dam?
So if the burga truly is a religious
tenant who are the French too ques-
tion it? Will they next demand that
nuns not wear habits? Are the French
dissecting religious rules or are they
defending the rights of women? In
the time of suicide bombers is this a
security issue? Is it a matter of reli-
gious freedom or is it something else?
I am very much a person who likes
to be on one side or the other. Not
knowing which side of the fence I am
on drives me nuts. Gosh, maturing is
no fun. I liked it better when I knew
all the answers and every one else
was wrong. Seeing both sides is frus-
trating. I feel so wishy washy. I need a
coin to toss so I can make up my
mind. Here in America I am allowed
to do that.


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AIthough I graduated high school
close to 20 years ago, I feel like I'm
back in the hallways again. OK, so
maybe it's a stretch, but there's no other
way to explain the lump in my throat and
the knots in my stomach. First day, or
week, nerves are firmly en-
trenched.
So why high school jitters?
Perhaps, we all remember
those days of first entering the
hallways of our respective build-
ings, as educators prepared to
mold a group of adolescent
teens into young men and
women, future leaders of vary- Jf
ing degrees )e
That lump in the throat and
the knots in my stomach will
soon disappear though, as I hit
the ground running and settle into my
role as editor of our newspaper
Dunnellon reminds me much of my
hometown of Atchison, Kan. A small com-
munity tucked into Northeast Kansas,
along the Missouri River, I was born and
reared there. I was in the same school
district from kindergarten through high
school. I can thankfully say I've known my
best friend, Joe, for more than 30 years. I
believe having grown up in a small com-
munity, those lifelong friendships hap-
pen.


I hope it happens between the resi-
dents of Dunnellon and myself.
But enough about myself, let's talk
about the role of the newspaper. Having
grown up in the same town for more than
20 years and worked for my hometown
newspaper, I believe I under-
stand the importance of a com-
munity newspaper. However
the greatest part of a commu'
Sanity newspaper is that everyone
gets to play a role in it.
That's where I need your
help.
We want your news, from
Iryart local clubs and churches to an-
itor niversary and birth announce-
ments. We'll take your photos as
well.
You can either e-mail them to me at ed-
itor~riverlandnews.com or drop them by
our office at 20441 E. Pennsylvania Ave.
Also, feel free to stop by our office to
chat with me about coverage you'd like to
see in the paper or suggest stories. I
would be more than happy to come speak
to your club or group about the happen-
ings in the paper, as long as there are no
conflicts with prior commitments.
So let's enjoy this ride together. I hope
it'll be as much fun for you as it will be for
me.


BF
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C. Rosier I was told that Chaplin Dinkins at the
Dunnllon Dinkins Store could help me out.
Chaplin accepted the challenge, and
I T ED over the next four years we embarked
landNew on a program of seeds, fertilizers, pes-
ewsora ticides, herbicides and other additives.
editrial The yard was not impressed by our
efforts and pretty much stayed exactly
cartoons, the same
arily repre- About four years into this, exasper-
board. ated, I recounted to Chaplin all the
Sto express time, money and effort we had poured
litor. into my still splotchy lawn.
clude a o Well," he said matter of factly,
ncluing et- guess you're just plain unlucky.
ers illnot And that was that.
ve heriht liA great lesson about lawns and
irness and Bob Ilusselman
Rainbow Springs
onger than Another Dinkins story
mited to two When we moved up here from St. Pe-
tersburg in 1988 and built our house,


A Dinkins Store story
When I bought my home in Rainbow
Springs in 2004 I dreamed of turning
my big splotchy yard into a lush green
pastu~re


my son, Damon, and I were regulars
every Saturday to buy bulbs, vegetable
plants and landscape plants. Since this
was a much cooler winter area, I relied
on guidance from Mr. Dinkins on what
to plant and when to plant it. He was a
huge help.
One day, however, will always stick in
my mind.
Damon had earned $5 for helping a
neighbor with yard work and wanted to
go to Dinkins Store to buy a hanging
plant.
He saw a huge variegated spider
plant and asked Mr. Dinkins how much
it was.
When Mr. Dinkins said it was $15, my
son (who was 10) asked him if he could
give his $5 for a couple of the "babies."
Mr. Dinkins looked at him and said,
"I'll tell you what, Damon, I'll sell you
the whole plant for $5. I know you'll
take good care of it."
We were pretty shocked by his gen-
erosity.
The cuttings from this spider plant
are still g rowing in our gardens.
L Viock
Lake Tropicana


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editorials are the opinions of the
board of the newspaper.
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Separate church and state
The founding fathers had a reason to
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bloody battles back in Europe
Even Jesus Christ spoke about separat-
ing religion from government. "Render to
Caesar the things that are Caesar's and to
God the things that are God's. I would
consider this the ultimate expression of
separation of church from state.
In our entire solar system, God gave us
only one planet to live on and whatever we
do to it will last for generations. God was
also the first animal rights activist. He
traded every human life, both the wicked
and the just for a boatload of animals.
When Jesus walked the earth He didn't
sit with kings and eat a banquet. He
walked amongst the lowest of society. He
wore clothes of burlap and feasted on a
penny's worth of bread. He told all those
who coulodrthtar eHtihmtto ef d thebluninE
in doing this for others it would be like
doing it for Him. Which one of us is will-
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good father he will not come to our rescue
every time we have a boo-boo or screw up.
If we fall on our faces He may point us in
the right direction or provide us with an
opportunity but He won't clean up the
mess we have created. How are we to learn
anything if God mops up our messes? No-
body likes a crybaby, not even God.
It's sad to think that some folks believe
that the U.S. is going to Hell in a hand
basket because we allow freedom of wor-
ship, we no longer choose to judge people
or that we have social programs that put
out a caring hand to all who need it,
For many, God has given fortunes be-
yond compare but God can take those for-
tunes away in the blink of an eye and
what are those people to do?
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hands out and then curse God because
He didn't feed them or will they get up
and find those places where the words of
the Bible are brought to life.
Places that don't judge you but put out
a hand to help you. Places that provide
you a meal because you were hungry.
Places that will clothe you because you
have no one. Places that will comfort you
during your darkest hours.
God is in our country. He is in the
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it's just plain right. Jesus reminded us not
to stand in the street corners and show
how religious we are but to do our good
deeds in private because, in secret, God
sees what we do and in secret He judges
us
America is still the best country in the
world and it's still the land of opportu-
nity. Millions of people come here for
what the U.S. has to offer. Many succeed
and many return home disappointed, but
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pack their bags and leave the U.S. for an-
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assistance by attending co-
ord ntionn metingasn nd

stages. Anthony along with
the following from public
services worked extremely
hard in preparing Ernie
Mills Park for the event by
setting up banners, staging
area, tents, tables/chairs,
landscaping and general
park preparation: Reggie
Tomaine, Terry Coffee,
Steve Wetmore, Mike Goff,
James Thomas, and Darek
Thompson. Reggie, Steve
and Teresa were able to as-
sist the City by providing
support at the actual event
and did an excellent job on
post event cleanup.
Fire ChiefJoe Campfield
and Lt. Troy Slattery, pro-
vided assistance by attend-
ing event coordination
meetings and providing de-
partmental support during
the planning stages by se-
curing tents, parking and
activities for the children.
Both attended the event
and provided assistance
through the night. Thank
you to all the members of
the volunteer fire depart-
ment who also assisted the
night of the event.
Police Chief Joanne
Black also attended event
coordination meetings and
organized the parade for
the ball players. The fol-
lowing police staff helped
the softball team during the
day to prepare meals and
provide crowd control for
the parade and the event:
Jacob Gonzalez, Aaron Ger-
man, Bruce Arnold, Tammy
Myers, Darlene Parker, Lori
Shettleroe, Maureen Beck-
ett, and Larry Straus.
Thanks again to all of
you!
City ofDunnellon


Investment Corp.
v a:: D TridEnte crs s
Chiariello
Mike Scott Plumbing
John and Charlene
Pogue
Progress Energy Employ-
ees
Scott Hubbard Living
Trust
Eugene and Debra Dur-
den
Steven and Phyllis Gray
Vicki Turner
Diana and Steve Fra-
casso
Lorna and Oliver Gillspie
Insurance Center of Dun-
nellon
Emma Jean Painter
SMG Inc.
Dunnellon Pawn
Several anonymous cash
donations
The City Council and City
Manager would like to
thank the following city
staff for their hard work
and dedication, making
this event a possibility. It
takes many employees from
all departments to pull off
a community event like
this. We want to make sure
that each one knows how
much they are appreciated!
Dawn M. Bowne, City
Clerk Event Coordinator
for the City
Michelle Leonard,
Records Clerk/Staff Asst. -
Assisted in coordinating
the entire event
Mandy Roberts, Nancy
O'Brien and Jeanette Re-
hberg for folding programs,
proofing and preparing
presentation materials and
holding down City Hall dur-
ing event preparation.
Anthony Santacross, Pub-
lic Services Supervisor,
Teresa Malmberg, StaffAs-
sistant, provided pre-event


would like to ac-
knowledge and thank
the many businesses and
individuals that helped
make the July 22 DHS Girls
Softball and Boy's Baseball
celebration a huge success!
We've tried to highlight
what each contributed so
you would know truly how
awesome they are.
Dunnellon City Council
- for donating their coun-
cil checks toward purchas-
ing 19 ceremonial gold
"Keys to the City" to pres-
ent to the DHS Girls Soft-
ball players and coaches.
First "Keys to the City"
ever to be presented. Way
to go council!
Fowler, O'Quinn, Feeney
and Sneed, EA. Marsha
Segal George, assistant city
attorney, first to suggest her
firm step up and purchase
one championship ring for
the Girl's Softball Team.
Thanks Jim Fowler and At-
torney Marsha!
Kimley-Horn And Associ-
ates, Inc. City Engineer,
Lewis Bryant, attended
event and presented a $500
check to the Girl's Softball
Team to purchase one of
the championship rings!
Waste Management Of FI,
Inc. Bryant O. Johnson,
manager of Community and
Municipal Relations tray-
eled from Tampa to present
the girls with a $500 check
to purchase one champi-


onship ring! They also pro-
vided trash boxes for the
event.
Superior Bank Branch
Manager, Charlene
Williams, attended the
event and presented a $500
check to the girls for the
purchase of one champi-
onship ring! In addition,
she provided free advertis-
ing for the event and dis-
tributed free popcorn and
cookies during the cere-
mony.
Aaron's Sales and Lease
Of Dunnellon Damon
Willingham, sales manager
called and wanted to make
sure the girls met their goal
and could purchase the
rings. He along with James
Pierce, general manager
came to the event and pre-
sented the remaining
$1,000 needed for the girls
to purchase their champi-
onship rings. They also do-
nated water to be
distributed to the public
during the extremely swel-
tering event!
Dunnellon Little League
- reached down deep in
their small pot of funds and
donated $300 toward the
purchase of the girl's rings.
Great job Little League!
Belleview Dixie League
- Did the same and do-
nated a generous $150 to
support their neighbor, the
Dunnellon Community. Way
to go Belleview!
WTRS produced com-
mercials, provided the
WTRS van and Kelly
Wright for the parade and
live broadcast. Thanks
WTRS for giving us all that
free air time!
Riverland News/Citrus
County Chronicle as-
sisted by writing many arti-
cles in the weeks prior to
the event providing free ad-
vertising and encouraging
attendance. Also, covered
the event well and provided
follow up articles. Thanks
for all the continuous sup-
port Riverland News!


Ocala Star Banner as-
sisted by writing an article
to help advertise event.
Boomtown Media--
Sent e-mail blast to Cham-
ber business members ad-
vertising event.
Curt Bond Signs Curt
Bond was the first to call
and see what the City
needed. He created and do-
nated banners, street site
signs advertising the event
and ceremonial checks to
be used during the event.
Dunnellon Florist Not
only provided all the deco-
rations for park which in-
cluded balloons, bows, and
balloons for parade, but
Martha spent most of day
actually decorating the
park and helping get the
ceremonial keys prepared
for presentation.
Elaine Hobbs Of E
Graphics and Design -
provided and installed ad-
ditional street site signs ad-
vertising the event.
The Bakery baked and
decorated two large sheet
cakes for girl's softball
team.
Walmart baked and
decorated sheet cake for
boy's baseball team.
Publix at Canopy Oak -
provided edible photos of
girl's team to help decorate
cakes.
Sonic donated water,


forks, napkins and gift
cards for fundraiser
Dunkin Donuts pro-
vided coffee and donuts for
volunteers.
Harmony Preschool -
donated cookies to the
event .
Dragon Warriors gave
away free lemonade at the
event.
Landstar Settlement
Services provided and
set up movie screen for
highlights DVD of champi-
onship game.
EJ.B. Bouncers do-
nated bounce house for the
children to use during the
event. All donations from
this Volunteer Fire Depart-
ment activity were given to
the girls toward purchasing
the rings.
Dunnellon Bingo Hall -
provided free parking for
the event.
Jan's Nursery pro-
vided plants to help deco-
rate the stage.
7th Inning Stretch do-
nated a bat autographed by
Wade Boggs for fundraiser
Pavarotti's Pizza and
Restaurant donated gift
certificate toward
fundraiser
Singin' River Tours, Inc.
- donated gift certificate
toward fundraiser
Capt. Bob's Custom Air-
boat Tours and Guide do-
nated gift certificate
toward fundraiser.
The following businesses
and individuals have made
monetary donations toward
helping the girls purchase
their rings. Some were
anonymous, so we weren't
able to identify everyone.
Thanks to all of you for
being so generous during
such hard times!!
M & M Bounce with Us,
LLC.
Dunnellon Volunteer
Fire Dept.
Dunnellon Florist
Charles and Virginia
Barrett
James Development and


From Lewis Bryant of
Kimley-Horn and Associ-
ates, Inc. presents a
check for $500.

For more photos
See page 10.


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Charlie Crist, Fred Stark
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Governor to Coach
Kevin Fagan.


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Dunnellon Police Report
July 27 through 31
*Sunday, July 31 -
Tarantino, Joseph T, 58,
Citrus Springs, Retail
Theft Petit at Walmart.
*Sunday, July 31 -
Fitch, Michael T, 21, Dun-
nellon, Possession of a
Firearm by a Convicted
Felon.
*Saturday, July 30 -
Reynolds, Joseph R, 31,
Dunnellon, Warrant is-
sued for Violation of Pro-
bation.
*Tuesday, July 27 -
Swanson, Joshua, 24, Cit-
rus Springs, Retail Theft
Petit at Walmart.
Marion County
Sheriff's Report
Incident Reports
*July 31 Grand Theft
--An air conditioning unit
valued at $1,500 was taken
from a residence at 9633
S.W 121st Te, Ocala.
*July 27 Residential
Burglary and Grand Theft
-Items valued at $500 were
taken from a home at
16636 S.W 45th St.7.
*July 27 Battery -
?Two parties committed the

Ocala.
*July 27 Residential
Burglary 10131 S.W
196th Te, Chatmire.
*July 26 Grand Theft
and Criminal Mischief -
12980 S.W. Highway 484,
Hampton Manor West.
*July 26 -Grand Theft
- Property valued at
$2,000 was taken from a
residence at 35 Never
Bend Dr., Meadowwood
Farms.
*July 24 Grand Theft
-- Items valued at $1,200
taken from a residence at
5030 S.W. 194th Ave, Lake
Tropicana.
Arrests
*Thomas J. Freiheit, 52,
22753 S.W. 118th St., Dun-
nellon was arrested on
Sunday, Aug. 1, at 12060
S.W 232nd Ct., Hammick
Estates for trespassing.
Defendant was found by


the responding officer sit-
ting on porch of residence.
According to the report,
he was intoxicated and
was yelling curse words at
the neighbors in the area.
His wife, from whom he is
separated, also lives in the
area where defendant was
arrested. While being
transported to the Marion
County Jail, the report
states he defendant at-
tempted to hurt himself so
he could be taken to the
hospital.
*Edwin Enrique Cruz,
38, 6863 S.W 22nd St., Mi-
ramar, was arrested Sun-
day, Aug.1, and charged
with aggravated assault
and battery by strangula-
tion of a 41 year-old fe-
male, his estranged wife,
at 13205 S.W 91st Place,
Dunnellon. Defendant
had been invited to visit
and while there consumed
a large amount of alcohol.
They argued over a text
message, then the defen-
dant said he wanted to
borrow her car to go get
more beer. She refused be-
cause of his level of intox-
ication and because he


had no driver's license.
The defendant then
grabbed her and threw
her to the ground, chock-
ing her. Two eyewitnesses
corroborated the victim's
story. The defendant was
also alleged to have
threatened his wife with a
gun.
*Kenneth Bryan Jar-
man, 33, 4785 S.W. 175th
Ave., Ocala, was arrested
on Saturday, July 31, for
DUI when he was stopped
for excessive speed (80
mph in a 55 mph zone) and
being observed for erratic
driving. The defendant
had trouble finding his
driver's license and was
unsteady on his feet when
he exited the vehicle. His
vehicle was impounded at
Scalley's Towing.
*William R.Pomposelli,
63, 11200 S.W. 149th Ave,
Dunnellon was arrested
Friday, July 30, for Simple
Domestic Battery after he
had an altercation with his
daughter, Ann Marie Pom-
poselli, 37, of the same ad-
dress. The father reported
he and his wife were
cursed by the daughter


over items they had bought
for their grandchildren
and he slapped her. He fol-
lowed her to her apart-
ment next door and they
argued over a pot-bellied
pig that was inside the
home. The daughter
cursed her father again, at
which point he slapped
her two more times and
she pushed him over a
couch. According to the ar-
resting officer's report, the
father had scratches and
the daughter had redness
on cheeks. A domestic vio-
lence package was com-
pleted along with a
statement from the victim.
*Sharmark Vonsha
Powell, 33, 14598 S.W.35th
Te Rd, Ocala, was ar-
rested Friday, July 30, for
Aggravated Battery. The
victim, Leon Ray, Jr., 40,
called law enforcement
from his home, 19800 S.W
107th Place, Chatmire, to
report he had been hang-
ing around the area of
"the Hill," which is lo-
cated at the 19800 block of
S.W. 107th Place, when he
was attacked by Powell.
The altercation between


the two men was because
Powell allegedly was try-
ing to have a relationship
with the victim's girl-
friend. Police were re-
ferred to an eye-witness,
who refused to give any
information, stating, "I
don't know nothing' about
nothing' and you can't
make me know it," accord-
ing to the sheriff's report.
The victim was trans-
ported to TimberRidge
Medical Center by EMS
where it was confirmed
his jaw had been broken
in half on the right side
and dislocated on the left
side and had undergone
surgery. Powell was ar-
rested the day after the in-
cident. When arrested he
had a baggie of white pow-
der which field tested pos-
itive as cocaine. It was
found the defendant had
been convicted on April
24, 2004 in Citrus County


for aggravated battery.
*Jorge Sola, 28, 17732
S.W. 31st St, Dunnellon,
was stopped Tuesday, July
27, when an officer noted
that the tag on his vehicle
had expired in 2009. When
asked for his license, Sola
stated he didn't to have
one. A check revealed his
license was suspended
and expired. The officer
also found that the vehi-
cle's tag belonged to an-
other car and the car he
was driving was not regis-
tered. The defendant was
arrested for driving while
his license was sus-
pended/revoke, for driving
an unregistered vehicle,
and using an unassigned
tag.
The above reports were
written from incident re-
ports filed by Marion
County Sheriff's Officers.
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Handicap: Chris Carr
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Handicap: Charlie
Stein 262,677; John Salt-
marsh 256; Bryan Craig
693; Gregory Stein
266,729; Steven Salt-
marsh 258,715. Scratch:
John Saltmarsh 246,593;
Charlie Stein 239,608;
Gregory Stein 110,261;
Steven Saltmarsh 104;
Nikki Craig 263.
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Handicap: Harry
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Scratch: Harry Rauch
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182,506; Saad Bouve
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Citrus Hills Golf and Country Club in Lecanto finished its summer program for kids with a two-day
tournament, as a pair of Dunnellon boys took home first and second place.The 9- and 10-year olds
played nine holes each day from special orange markers. Charlie Mloraites, 9, took first place with
a total of 74. Gavin Szydlo, 10, took second place with a 102. This was Szydlo's first 18-hole tourna-
ment. Mloraites also took first place for the 9- and 10-year-old division in the Summer Championship
at Emerald Greens in Tampa. The Premier Junior Tour held the event, which consisted of 36 holes.
Charlie took his first place with an 11-hole lead shooting an 81 on Sunday from the red tees. He is
looking forward to his next major event with the Premier Junior Tour at UF Gainesville in August.The
NSJGA summer tournaments will finish next week with a final at World of Woods in Brooksville.


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8 N Riverland News,Thursday,August 5,2010


Horizon of Hope luncheon
The Horizon of Hope luncheon in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness
is planned at the Rainbow Springs Country Club. Guest speaker will
be author Kathleen O'Keefe Kanavos, a two-time breast cancer sur-
VIvor
Door prizes as well as a Chinese auction and live auction will be part
of the entertainment for the day, which begins at 11:30 a.m. Lunch will
be served at 12:45 p.m.
Tickets are available for $30 from Alma Tankersley 489-1660, Sherry
Roberts, 489-2121, or Kathy Nielsen 352-270-3161. Proceeds from the
luncheon will benefit the American Cancer Society.


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DENTAL

Adult-Focused Dentistry
Including:
Dentures I~mplants Bridges
Partials Crowns Extractions
Re-Lines Cleanings
New patients are very welcome here!

Thomas E. WC~orster, DDS, PA
10710 US 41 North (near WalMart) Dunnellon
(352) 489-0707 Toll Free: (800) 242-0708
www. RainbowSpringsDental. com


DUNNELLON WINE &i SPIRITS
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Rainbow Springs
Country Club Bridge
Winners at bridge at
Rainbow Springs Country
Club for July 27 were 1.
Nick Caspero (5670), 2.
Tomiko Vasey (5430), 3.
Buck Setzer (5290), and 4.
John Ghan (4640).
SLAMS were made by
Wes Hanington and Nick
Caspero 6D, made 7;
Buck Setzer and Richard
Davis 6H, made 7;


Tomiko Vasey and Nick
Caspero, 6 NT.
Dinkins Stories???
Did you ever buy seeds
at the Dinkins Store? Or
spend time there trying to
decide what you wanted
to buy for your gardening
or farming needs? E-mail
us (or call 352-489-2731) to
share a remembrance
about the store. Of partic-
ular interest would be the
era between 1945-1960.


When There's NO Time For PAIN

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Regular users of smokeless
tobacco should understand that
they aea nuc the eame r
tobacco-smoking counterparts.
[" 1e8d6, ttheatSur conu Gneral
smokeless tobacco "is not a
safe substitute for smoking
cigarettes. It can cause cancer
and a number of non-
r e:- t:'::,::din adctio ad
dependence." Both chewing
tobacco and snuff (shredded
tobacco in a pouch) contain 28
carcinogens (cancer-causing
agents), the most harmful of
which are the tobacco-specific
nitrosamines (TSNAs). The
National cancer Institute
warned that nitrosamines,
which are present in smokeless
tobacco at relatively high
le es,S arek est ccf ut en
increase their risk for cancer of
the oral cavity.
This column about the
benefits of not smoking
tobacco has been brought to
you in the interest of better
dental health. At the office of
MARK E. HAMPTON,
D.D.S., we believe in
preventive dentistry. Our
promise to you is that our
office will provide you with
dental care of the highest
quality available, utilizing the
most modern procedures and
an extremely qualified staff.
iavisnga tc loiena theae
h piness. Please clle 352-
appointment. We're located at
11902 Illinois Street. We're
"Dedicated to Excellent
Dentistry."
P S. Oral cancer can include
cancer of the lip, tongue,
cheeks, gums, and the floor
and roof of the mouth.


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and shoyu sauce
Plank Roasted Sahnon Tzatziki
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Honey Garlic St. Louis Ribs
Slow braised pork spare ribs served
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Panko crusted pangasius fish,
popcorn shrimp, French fries,
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Sample a plethora of delicious
appetizers including slider trio
sandwiches of hamburger, meatball or
fish, pitas with hummus, bruschetta,
assorted pizzas, veggie fries with
ranch dressing and jaleperio poppers.
Drink specials available.


$1 1.95 per person; plus taxo nd gratuity
SInclUdes 1 drinks pr prson


Riverland News,Thursday,August 5, 2010 N 9


Jeri Daly, Dean Mliller, Craig Henry,Travis,Theil, Jim Sowle, Quint Beniers, Libby
Siat, and Bob Snyder. Jeri Daly delivered lunch (from Dunnellon Winn Dixie) to
the construction volunteers after a long, hard, HOT days work!


A group of Habit for Humanity volunteers works together on the frame of the
house.


Jim Sowle (on ladder)
and Susan Stout (hold-
ing ladder) securing the
walls on wall raising
day, Mlay 15.


Dean Mliller and volunteers building the shed on wall raising day.


Volunteers signed this
piece of lumber used for
construction on this
Habit for Humanity
house.


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Our commitment to personzalized eyecare...
Need a NEW Optometrist?
Transfer Prescriptions and or Records
Call 352-622-3937
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Heath Brook Commons (next to Publix)
5400 SW College Rd/Highway 200, Suite 106, Ocala, FL 34474


Dunnellon First Baptist
Church Joanie Poaches
(sun glasses and dark
shirt) organized the
bunch to provide
gatorade, snacks, and
lunch to the construction
volunteers for two Satur-
days


Dr. James A.Muse
Board Certified
Optometric Physician


Medicareoand
Blue Shield Provider


Get more for your money
this summer when yu bu
a gift card from Candler Hills
Restaurant between now and
September 30, 2010.


receive 10% off the cost.
(i.e. Purchase a $50 gift card for only $45.)


Volunteer effort


Eeare hours are6:00
Select Sat. are available


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Restaurantll 8139 SW 90th Terrace Rd., Ocala (352) 861-9720
Hours: Mon Thur: 11 a.m. 7 p.m., F~ri & Sat: 11 a.m. 8 p.m., Sun: 8 a.m. 6 p.m.





10 N Riverland News,Thursday,August 5,2010


Charlene Williams vice-president and Dunnellon Branch Mlanager for Superior
Bank hugs Coach Kevin Fagan after giving $500 on behalf of the bank toward
the purchase of championship rings for girls.




Attorney & Counselor at Law
Florida Estate Planning
Est Trust Seminar
UgTSt 11th or September 8th
11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
No Cost or Obligation Lunch &t Learn
The TruesdcIl Professional Building
200 N.1V. 52nd Avenue Ocala, Florida 34482
(352) 873-4141 x 21 for Reservations


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Members of the Dunnellon Little League look on as their check for $300 is pre-
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by Robert Hodges for 5th Circuit Court Judge, Group 1.


Republican Primary Debate
Wed., August 11, 2010
Available on participating newspaper and
broadcasting partner's websites.Visit
www.beforeyonvotee.rg for details.Bllla lum RcSot
*Watch the debatesr on these stations Au~g. 10: SE Florida -WPI.G, Channel 10 (ABC); W. Palm Beach -WPTV,
Channel 5 (NBC); Tampa WFTS, Channel 28 (ABC); Orlando -WKMG, Channel 6 (CBS); Ft. Myers -WINKg Channel
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(NBC). (Visit www.beforeyouroteeary to find out when the debates will air in your area.)
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The class will meet on
Friday, Aug. 20, from 9
a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Levy
Center, 114 Rodgers
Blvd., in Chiefland. The
course fee is $15 per per-
son. Students are encour-
aged to bring binoculars
and field guides.
Students may enroll at
the Levy Center, 114
Rodgers Blvd., by tele-
phone at (352) 493-9533 or
online at CFItrain-
ing.cf.edu. The deadline
for registration is Mon-
day, Aug. 16.


Wall-Rives American
Legion Post #58
A regular meeting of
the Wall-Rives American
Legion Post No. 58, 10730
U.S. 41, will be held on
Aug. 4 starting at 7 p.m.
No dinner will be served.
Bingo is held every
Thursday evening. Doors
open at 4 p.m. Games
start at 6 p.m. Refresh-
ments are available. For
further information call
Carl E Boos at (352) 489-
3544.


Democratic Primary Debate
Tues., August 10, 2010
Televised from the studios ofWKMG in
Orlando*


Photos by DAWN BOWNEl
Bryant O. Johnson, Mlanager of Community and Mlunicipal Relations of Waste
Management Inc. of Florida presented a check for $500.


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The Race for Governor and U.S. Senate
Florida voters have key decisions to makce in the race for Governor and U.S. Senate.
Read continuing coverage in this newspaper and tune-in to the statewide debates to learn
more about the candidates and where they stand on the issues that matter the most to you.
For more information visit www.beforeyonvote.org.


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BRIEF
Birding Course
in Chiefland
The College of Central
Florida Levy Center will
offer an opportunity to
learn about the birds that
we see every day in our
area. The Birding Basics
course will be presented
by Carolyn Retey, a mem-
ber of the Marion County
Audubon Society, who is
an experienced instruc-
tor and field guide.


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from Nichol's Lumber).
Church office phone num-
ber is 489-8455. website is
www firstag. net.
Dunnellon food pantry
Dunnnellon Presbyte-
rian and Holy Faith Epis-
copal food pantry opens
from 9 a.m. to noon Thurs-
days at 19924 W. Blue
Cove Drive, Dunnellon.
Volunteer musicians
needed
Living Water Life
Church in Morriston is
looking for volunteer mu-
sicians who are want to
help complete its band
for contemporary wor-
ship. Bass and lead
rhythm guitarists, as well
as singers and brass play-
ers are needed. Musi-
cians must have their
own instruments.
For more information
call (352) 222-2433.
Boys and Girls Clubs
Join us every Wednes-
day at 6 p.m. for Character
for Christ Kids Clubs. This
is for ages 3 years old to
6th grade. They will have
activities, Bible lessons,
Christian character devel-
opment and leaders that
love and care for them.
Please see George Gutier-
rez for details or ques-
tions. Riverland Baptist
Church, 489-6171. Teen
Youth Rally if you've
never been involved in a
youth group now is a great
time! Call Allen Thompson
at 465-5853 for upcoming
events and more details.
Pe8CO Offers Bible study
Peace Lutheran Church,
Missouri Synod, is again of-
fering several opportuni-
ties for adult Bible Study.
Soul Food resumes at 6:30
p.m. each Wednesday
evening, with a light sup-
per followed by Bible
Study Another Bible study
group meets each Wednes-
day morning at 10 a.m. The
Sunday morning Bible
Study, prior to worship
service, meets at 9 a.m. The
community is invited to at-
tend any, or all, of these
classes. Peace Lutheran
Church, the "church on the
hill," is on U.S. 41 north of
Dunnellon, northwest of
the intersection of Hwy 40.


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SUNDAY SERVICES
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HEEREASON & RELIGION ME
7633 N. Florida Ave.
(Route 41)
Citrus Springs
465-4225
WWW.NCUU.ORG


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A DRCO O R CUCE


9425 N. Citrus Springs Blvd.
489-5511
Past0? Lynn FOnfara


Sunday Service:
9:30 a.m.

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PaStor Shawn Cutshall
(352) 489-1788

Sunday School 9:30 AM
Worship 11:00 AM
Disciple Training 6:00 PM
(Nursery & Children's Church Provided)
WednesdaY


TIo Advertis e in the
church Directory
Call 489-27/31
For 1/08 InforatITEolO


Dunnellon Presbyterian Church
Jeffrey W. Welch, Pastor
20641 Chestnut Street
Corner of Chestnut & Ohio Streets
In The Historic District
489-2682

Sunday
Worship ...................8:30 AM
Sunday School.........9:45 AM
Worship .................11 :00 AM
Nursery Provided
For All Services
dunnpreschurch@bellsouth .net ~2-17


Services
Sunday 2:00 pm
Wednesday 7:30 pm
Meets at
Holy Faith Church
in Blue Cove
19924 W. Blue Cove Dr





Mission Possible

V. David Lucas, Jr.
Senior Pastor
9921 I.Det a9Bouev rd

www.missionpossi bleministries.com
SSundays I
Worshi rs\2i P......1r0 30ealm
(Nurrsery Care & Childrens Church Provided)
SWednesdays I
Youth Group, Bible Study &
Kid's Programs..........7 pm .
(Nursery Care Provided)
ARMS OF MERCY FOOD PANTRY
1st & 3r OTuesdayo theimonth.


Riverland News,Thursday, August 5, 2010 N 11


Successful Bible
School at St. Elizabeth
It was "Anchors
Awteli St El e children
Seton Parish in Citrus
Springs, as they recently
experienced Bible
School. With the parish
center decorated in a
nautical theme, 'Admi-
ral" Marie Korsiak, ship's
captat vatd esdi Icetortlof
week a "High Seas Expe-
dition."
"Admiral" Korsiak's
"swobbies" (ages 4 to 10)
and her "ensigns" (pre-
teens and teens, ages 11
to 19) comprised the im-
mediate crew, all dedi-
cated to making their
"High Seas Expedition"
the best. Thanks to lieu-
tenants Ashley Allen,
Samantha Groth, Alex Gi-
avagnoni, and Gina Posa,
as well as Mary Glazer,
who was greeter.
Riverland Baptist Youth
The congregation sat
mesmerized for more
than two hours on a re-
cent Sunday evening, as
the Youth of the church
ran the show. The service
revolved around the testi-
monies of youth and sta
about their experiences
at the previous week's
Youth Camp.
Thirty-Three youth and
nine staff had attended
the camp, and most were
present to give testimony
of their personal witness
to the workings of the
Holy Spirit during the
event, and ow t eir
hearts had been turned
from apathy to making
their relationship with
Jesus Christ personal.
Friday night is SportS
Night at Riverland
.Teens 13 to 18 are in-
vited to gather every Fri-
day evening for
basketball, volleyball,
and other appropriate ac-
tivities. Refreshments are
available for a nominal
fee. Riverland Baptist
Church is a Bible-cen-
tered body of warm,
friendly people, with dy-
namic Bible preaching
and emphasis on family.


Bible Study groups, teen
programs, Kid's clubs,
and various ministries
round out the programs.
Bus Transportation is
available in much of the
local area. Sunday school
begins at 9:45 a.m., fol-
lowed by Worship at 10:45
a.m. and 6 p.m., and on
Wednesday at 7:25 p.m.
For more information,
call 489-6171.
Preschool enrolmentS
at Chnistian academy
Noah's Christian Acad-
emy, a ministry of River
Gardens Baptist Church,
3429 W. Dunnellon Road,
is now enrolling for the
coming term which be-
gins Aug. 9. There is no
registration fee. Only four
openings left for VPK
classes. Call 489-2820 for
more information.
Box tops for education
The Altar and Rosary
Bocpiet t. lJoh u h

i oxo suif5 dosuupi n
and Campbell Soup UPC
labels for one of our local
schools. Containers for
these labels can be found
at Winn Dixie, Ace Hard-
ware, To Your Health
Spa, Chris's Hair Salon
and in the Narthex of St.
John's Catholic Church
all in Dunnellon.
To date, they have been
able to turn in more than
9800 box tops and more
than 5980 in label points
to the school.
For more information
about this program, call
489-5954.
Shabbat experience
Friday, Aug. 13
Congregation Beth Is-
rael of Ocala will present
a Shabbat Experience on
Friday, Aug. 13, at 6 p.m.
at the Collins Medical Re-
source Center, 9401 State
Road 200, Building 300 in
Ocala.
The program will fea-
ture Jennifer Singer, Ed-
ucational Director of
Congregation Kol HaNe-
shama (Reconstruction-
ist) in Sarasota who will
lead in joyous song and
worship.
Her daughter, Sarah,

Dunnellon

Seventh-da
Adventist Church

Welcome To Our Services

Hwy. 41 & Hwy. 40
Saturday
Sabbath School...9:30 AM
Sermon...............11:00 AM
Tuesday
Bible Study....,.....7:00 PM
For more information:

352-489-3455 H
www~dunnellonsdachurch co


DUNNELLON
FIRST UNITED
METHODIST CHURCH
21501 W. Highway 40
Rev. Eddie Fulford, Pastor

Traditional Worship 8:00 AM
With Communion Each Week
Contemporary Worship 9:30 AM
Traditional Worship 11:00 AM
Nursery At All Services
Sunday School 9:30 AM & 11:00 AM
'Ti...~.... God'sl:-.' i

352-489-4026
ww.SharingnpodsSight~orr


SCalvary
Baptist Temple
21841 S.W. Marine Blvd.
Rainbow L~akes Estates
Sunday
Sunday School.............9:45 a.m
Worship Service.........11 :00 a~m.
Evening Service..........5:00 p.m.

Pr Me ededy:0aver M eing............70 p.m.


Every 4h Sunday.F 15*00 .pm.

Pastor Jamie Parker
352-489-8962
"'Please Join UsAs We
Worship In His Name" /


will enhance the service
with her beautiful so-
prano voice.
There will be a short
service starting at 6 p.m.
followed by a traditional
Shabbat meal.
Special Shabbat songs
and blessings after the
meal will conclude the
program.
There will be no 8 p.m.
services on that evening.
The costntis 18 se lene

(352) 237-8277 for reserva-
tions by Friday, Aug. 6.
Blssings by th ox
Angel Food Ministries is
a nonprofit, nondenomi-
national organization
dedicated to providing
food relief to communities
throughout the United
States. Angel Food is
available in a quantity
that can fit into a medium-
sized box at $30 per unit.
Each month's menu is dif
ferent than the previous
month and consists of
bt mrsh ihnande f ozen
tail value of aa roxi
mately $60. Generapllp one
unit of food assis s in
fe ding a fami y ok four
for a out one week or
singlet senior citizen for
a most a month Tere are
no second-hand items, no
damaged or out-dated
goods, no dented cans
without labels, no day-old
breads and no produce
that is almost too ripe.
There are also specialty
boxes and no limit on tdh

vidual can purchase and
toere areeno appli i ions
tions. Angel Food Min-
istries also participates in
the U.S. Food Stamp pro-
gram, using the Off-Line
Food Stamp Voucher sys-
tem. Menus, order dates
and times as well as the
pickup date and time will
be available on the web-
site, www.AngelFoodMin-
istries.com
For those who might not
have Internet access, call
the church office. First
Assembly of God of Dun-
nellon is at 2872 West
Dunnellon Road, one mile
west of Hwy. 41 (across

Catholic Community of

St.John the Baptist
Father Emmanuel Akalue, Pastor
MASSES
Saturday Reconciliation. .3:30 PM
Saturday Vigil...................4:30 PM
Sunday.......8:00 AM and 10:30 AM
Sunday Spanish................Noon
Mon. Thru Fri....................8:00 AM

Holy Days.....8:00 AM and 5:00 PM
7525 S.Highway 41,Dunnellon
352-489-3166
www stj ohnce com


SKIPPER DICKMAN/Riverland News
Ken Kunz recorded a hole-in-one on Wednes-
day, July 28, at Rainbow Ends Golf Club. The
Rainbow Springs resident recorded the ace
on the Par 3, ninth hole using a 9-wood. Kunz
has been playing the course for 20 years.




COSIM UNITY B RIE F


SHARE invites members
Help yourself andE yo r

acronym for Self-Help-
And-Resource-Exchange,
is a private, not-for-profit
organization that strength-
ens and builds communi-
ties through volunteer
service and offers partici-
pants great savings on
food. No income require-
ments; just you, your fam-
ily, and your desire to
make a difference.
SHARE Registration/
Sign-Up at Peace Lutheran
Church, is Thursday, Aug.
12, and Saturday, Aug. 14,
from 9 to 11 a.m. Distribu-
tion/Pick-Up Day is Satur-
day, Aug. 25, from 9:30 to
11:30 a.m.
For information on
SHARE, the benefits, and
the SHARE Food Pack-
ages offered this month,
call James Spiegelberg
Host Site coordinator, 489-
5249, or stop by the
SHARE Host site at Peace
Lutheran Church, 7201
U.S. 41, on the Sign-
Up/R~egistration dates or
Distribution/Pick-Up day.
School supplies needed
Special items for the
Annie W. Johnson Senior
and Family Services Cen-
ter for its Stuff the Bus


program are needed im-
mediately
The program is de-
signed to help children
who are not able to afford
the basic school supplies.
Items needed are boxes
of Kleenex, glue, pencils,
tablets, 2-hole pocket
folders, colored pencils,
back packs, hand sani-
tizer and markers.
For more information,
call (352) 489-8021 and
ask for Darlene Parker or
Christine Avina.
Want to play bridge?
Bridge players are in-
vited to participate in con-
tract bridge at Dunnellon
Presbyterian Church. The
group plays on the second
and fourth Fridays of each
month in the Fellowship
Center. Play starts at 1 p.m.
for three rounds of six
hands each. All skill levels
participate. Contributions
made by players are ac-
cepted for the benefit of
two local charities, Food
Pantry and Food4Kids. No
long-term commitment is
necessary to join the
group. Just call the coordi-
nator by noon Wednesday
preceding the desired play
date to register.
Contact Dot Kinnebrew,
465-5681, to obtain further
information.


THE REV. J. JAMES GERHART

Sunday

Rsit 3rd Sunday 9 AM
Rite II
2nd & 4th Sunday 9 AM

489-2685
Hall Available For
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Missouri Synod
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Campers from Good Council Camp in Floral City leisurely float down
right speed to ease tubers to the take-out point.


the Rainbow River in Dunnellon last week. The gentle flow of the river provides just the


AMANDA MIMS
Special to Riverland News
Tubers can experience
scenic sights, sounds on
Rainbow River ride
The start of the new
school year is drawing
near, but that isn't keep-
ing youngsters and fami-
lies from making the most
of what's left of summer
vacation. Tubing down
the Rainbow River in
Dunnellon is one popular
summer activity for
teens, children and


adults alike.
The river is in south-
east Marion County and
is formed by a first-mag-
nitude spring that ranks
fourth in the state for vol-
ume of water discharge.
What that means for visi-
tors is an easy ride in the
cool, clear water that so
many flock to each sum-
mer.
What to do
There are a few differ-
ent ways to get a tube into
the river. Visitors can ei-
ther go to Marion


County's KP Hole Park on
the west side of the river
or to Rainbow Springs
State Park. Visitors can
bring their own tubes or
rent from either park.
The tube trip from the
state park takes about
two hours; the one from
KP Hole takes about four
hours. Both rental facili-
ties have shuttle services.
What the trip is like
Expect to see cypress
trees, river otters, wading
birds and the occasional
alligator along the Rain-
bow River,
"Its a crystal clear
spring-fed river. It's re-
ally beautiful a lot of
fish turtles and other
wild-life," said the state
park's manager, Joseph
Smyth. "It's cool and re-
freshing in the heat of the
day." Smyth recommends
visiting on weekdays
when there aren't as
many people in the water.
On weekends, about 1,800
visitors come in through
thedpa k's main entran e
the tubing entrance.
Some drive hours just to
get on the river, he said.


"They all love it. Many
of them are repeat visi-
tors."
KP Hole
Location: 9435 S.W. 190
Avenue Road, Dunnellon.
Cost: Admission is $3
per person. Children
younger than 5 years old
get in free. Tube rentals
are $9 per person per day.
For more information
or details on rental re-
quirements: Contact K.E
Hole Park at (352) 489-
3055 or visit www marion-
countyfl.0rg and follow
the links to the county's
parks page.
Rainbow Springs
State Park
Location: The tubing
entrance is on Southwest
180th Avenue Road, 1.4
miles south of the park's
campground entrance.
The headsprings en-
trance, which goes to the
park and swimming area,
is at 19158 S.W. 81st Place
Road. Tubing is not al-
lowed in the headsprings
CswimmiAdan s ion is $2
per person at the head-
springs entrance and $5
per vehicle (up to eight


people) at the tube en-
trance. Children younger
than 6 years old get in
free. Tube rentals are $10
plus tax per person. The
price includes tube and
tram service to and from
the parking area. For vis-
itors who bring their own
tubes (less than 60 inches


in diameter), the tram fee
is $8 per person.
For more information
on the park: Call (352)
465-8555 or visit
www.floridastateparks.or
g/rainbowsprings. For
tube, canoe and kayak
rental information, call
(352) 465-2100.


Sixteen-year-old Andrew Bonomo breaks away from
the main group of tubers to relax on his raft.


Turtles and birds, like this anhinga, share space
along the tranquil river that bleeds into the Withla-
coochee River in Dunnellon.


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Vs. Coleman, David 42-2 0-c-04R 2-CA-B Notice of Action
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIFI JU1NOATL CRCUIT IN AND FOR MARION COUNDV
CASE NO.42-2009-ca-004472-CA-B
FREESUN, LLC, a Florida limited liability company,
Plaintiff,
DAVID COLEMAN, COLEMAN, unknown spouse of David Coleman, and JOHN
DOE and MARY DOE, the parties intended being the parties in possession,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: DAVID COLEMAN
25 Almond Drive Pass, Ocala, FL 34472
COLEMAN, unknown spouse of Davrid Coleman
25 Almond Drive Pass, Ocala, FL 34472

JHN D E andeM RY DOE, the parties intended to account for the person or
25 Almond Drive Pass, Ocala, FL 34472
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a Complaint for (the "CoDDl~aint") on the following property
in Marion County, Florida:
Lot 3, BLOCK 466 of SILVER SPRINGS SHORES, UNIT NO. 22, according to the plat
thereof, as recorded in Plat Book J, Pages 176 through 180, inclusive, of the public
records of Marion County, Florida.
has been filed against you and you are required to serve a copy of your written de-
fenses, if any, within 30 days from the date of the first publication of this Notice, on
George B. Howell, Ill, Holland & Knight LLP, Plaintiff s attorney, whose address is 100 N.
Tampa Street, Suite 4100, Tampa, FL 33602, and file the original with this Court either
before service on Plaintiff s attorney or immediately thereafter, otherwise a default
will be entered against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint. This notice
shall be published once each week for two (2) consecutive weeks in Riverland
News.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of this Court on July 20th, 2010.
DAVID R. ELLSPERMANN, Clerk of the Court
(Seal)
By: /s/ N. Hernandez, As Deputy Clerk
Published in Riverland News, August 5 & 12, 2010. 9610727


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2010 at Llenor s address to
eatify r i against si
and storage charges. No


Cah 6u 8o rde
vehicle $3233.00


Phone: 352-732-3355
lienholder as to right to a
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234-0805 RIV
8/19 C&M Towing sale
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t ices) onos nt192haens
9:00 am at 36 NE 8th St..
tOcala. FeLc3447071p~urs~uant
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14 Riverland News,Thursday,August 5,2010


Special to the Riverland News
Dunnellon resident and high school student Cadet PO2 Devan Brown just
returned from two weeks of training at the FAA Ground School in New-
nan, Ga.The U.S. Naval Sea Cadets Corps sent her on this training where
she did course work to set her on the path toward her pilot's license. She
also received two hours of actual flight time, plus two hours in the simu-
lator. On her last day, she took the pilot's license exam. At the graduation
ceremony, she was awarded Honor Cadet for this training. PO2 Devon
MlcAvay, also of Dunnellon, spent two weeks at the Naval Air Station in
Jacksonville training as a rescue swimmer. For more information, call
LTJG Todd Dunn, commanding officer, at (352) 212-5473.



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state and any insurance
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to those completing an
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The course is open to all age
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agent for discount amounts.
Update yourself to earn a
discount. Course fee is $14
for non AARP members and
$12 for members. Call the
listed instructor to register,
For information regarding
future classes, Call Don
Slough at 352-201-1461.


HThursday, Aug. 19, 10
a.m. to 12 p.m.
HTuesday, Aug. 24, 4 to 6
p.m.
HThursday, Aug. 26, 10
a.m. to 12 p.m.
The orientations will be
held at CF Hampton Center,
1501 W Silver Springs Blvd.,
Ocala, Florida. Register at
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click on Calendar of Events.
Contact 352-291-9550 or
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The training is funded by
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noted this is a training pro-
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Antique Road Show
Dunnellon-style will be
from 4 to 9 p.m. Saturday,
Aug. 21, at Dunnellon's
Historic Village as part of
the seventh annual Hot
Summer Night Festival.
Several antique ap-
praisers will be on hand
to appraise the public's
treasures for a fee of $3
per item or $5 for two
items at several shops
throughout the Village.
They will specialize in
areas such as coins, jew-
elry (both Victorian and
costume), military items,
silver and dolls.


Individual collectors tiques by calling 208-
are also being invited to 5512.
bring their collections to Abigail's Cafe will host
show off to browsers and a barbecue dinner to
teach about what they benefit the Annie John-
love and collect. son Center, as well a
If you have a collection canned food collection
you'd like to share, call for the center. Mly New
Nancy at Grumbles Old Chair will collect
House at 465-1460. school supplies for the
Collections will be on local students, who will
display in and around start school the Mlonday
local businesses. Antique following the event.
dealers will also be set The Dunnellon Police
up throughout the Vil- Department will also be
lage selling their wares on hand with its child
to antique lovers. Deal- identity and bike safety
ers can sign up with programs, which are free
Cheryl of Two Sisters An- to the public.


Friends of the Dunnel-
lon Public Library will
host author/speaker, Art
Adkins, the 2008 award
winning
author of
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Project
'"on Satur-
day, Sept.
.e 18 at the
SDunnel-
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Art Adkins 1 i c
Library
meeting room, 20351
Robinson Ave., Dunnel-
lon. He has completed
the sequel to The Oasis
Project, Power Grid, and
is working on his third in
the Lockwood Series,


Mind Games.
Mr. Adkins, a lieutenant
on the Gainesville
Florida Police Depart-
ment, oversees the crime
analysis unit and crime
prevention program. He
has been in law enforce-
ment since 1980 includ-
ing the Ft. Lauderdale
PD and LAPD. Born and
raised on a farm in Punta
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Gainesville his home-
town.
Mr. Adkins conducts
classes in the creative
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nating biography.
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