Immokalee bulletin

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Immokalee bulletin
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Serving Immokalee, Ave Maria and Eastern Collier County Thursday, August 7, 2014 Vol. 47 No. 32 Immokalee Water & Sewe r District will be temporarily changing the disinfection process for th e IWSD potable (drinking water) water supply. From August 11, 2014 to August 25, 2014 IWSD will disinfec t the water with free chlorine rathe r than combined chlorine/ammoni a (chloramines). This conversion to chlorine (which is a stronger disinfectant) from chloramines (which is a longer-lasting disinfectant) allows IWSD to perform a wate r distribution system purge as recommend by the Department of Environmental Protection for wate r utilities using chloramines as thei r primary disinfectant. This chang e will start at 8:00 AM on August 11th and IWSD will then return to th e chloramines disinfection process on August 25 at 8 a.m. This temporary change in disinfectant does not cause advers e health effects. However, during th e period customers may experienc e a slight increase in the taste, odo r and color of the water due to th e change in treatment. Customers on kidney dialysis who use a proportioning machin e to prepare dialysate at home ar e advised to contact their equipmen t supplier or physician take any appropriate steps to accommodat e the change in water disinfection and to install the proper ltering devices if needed. Customers who have sh tanks or other aquatic species ar e advised to contact a pet store to IWSD to modify disinfection treatment Submitted photosThis is the house where Ellen lived while serving in the Peace Corps in Filadel a, Guancaste, Costa Rica. Submitted photosTaken in the late 1970s, this photo shows Ellen Cordoba and her nursing assistant standing in front of a trailer used for outreach to the migrant camps. The Health Department would haul the trailer to DUDA Farms and Cordoba would then administer pap smears and breast exams to migrant women and immunizations to migrant children. Service to Immokalee comes rst for Ellen CordobaAs a young nurse, fresh out of the Peace Corps in 1973, Ellen Cordoba found her place in life, serving Immokalee's working poor. And this is where she has remained for over 33 years, rst with the Collier Health Department and later as a staff nurse for the Healthcare Network of Southwest Florida (HCN). Today, HCN's as Director of Clinical Operations, Cordoba oversees a nursing staff of 65 at 10 medical sites throughout Collier County. Her dedicated service to nursing and the healthcare industry makes her a role model for her peers. "Ellen's commitment to the Healthcare Network and to her patients is exceptional," says Healthcare Network CEO Mike Ellis. "She is an extremely dedicated individual always willing to go the extra mile to ensure quality healthcare is available to everyone." Pro cient in English and Spanish, Cordoba earned her nursing degree in 1973 from the College of St. Scholastica in Duluth, MN. She immediately put her education to use as a member of the Peace Corps, serving as head nurse in a rural health clinic in Costa Rica from 197375. This experience would set the stage for a lifetime commitment to providing healthcare to underserved individuals. While in Costa Rica, she met and later married her husband Juan. To ensure a better life for their family, the couple decided to settle in Collier County. From 1976-77, Cordoba was employed with the Collier See Page 2 for information about how to contact the newspaper.newszap.comFree SpeechFree Ads By Patty BrantImmokalee Bulletin Economic growth is the Holy Grail every social and government organization invokes these days. It is the inoculation intended to cure many of the ills af icting our country from corner to corner, cities and rural areas alike. It is exactly w hat Marie Capita and IMBIZ are all about. An attorney with a degree in nance, Marie was a natural for the position, which she began in 2010 in the cramped county code enforcement of ce shared with the district Collier County Commissioner. As of August 1 IMBIZ is a new name, but the same mission to help Immokaleeans become successful entrepreneurs. In March 2013 Marie submitted the paperwork to transform IMBIZ into an independent non-pro t 501 c 3. The paperwork went through and, as of August 1 its ties with Collier County were severed, and IMBIZ stood on its own for the rst IMBIZ is now non pro tSee IMBIZ — Page 2 See IWSD — Page 2 See Ellen — Page 2

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2 Immokalee Bulletin August 7, 2014 To Reach UsMailing Address: P.O. Box 518 LaBelle, FL 33975 Physical Address: 22 Ft. Thompson Ave. Phone: (239) 657-6000 Fax: (863) 675-1449 Website: www.newszap.com/immokaleeTo Submit NewsThe Immokalee Bulletin welcomes submissions from its readers. Opinions, calendar items, story ideas and photographs are welcome. Call (239) 657-6000 to reach our newsroom. The deadline for all news items is 11 a.m. on Monday prior to the following Thursdays publication. E-Mail: ibnews@newszap.comTo Place a Display AdPhone: (239) 657-6000 The deadline for all advertising is 4 p.m. on Friday for the following Thursdays publication E-mail: cbadsales@newszap.comBilling DepartmentE-mail: billteam@newszap.comTo Place a Classi“ed AdCall 1 -877 353-2424 to place it from home or go to www.newszap.comFor SubscriptionsPhone: 1-800-282-8586 Visit circulation.newszap.com or email readerservices@newszap.com.StaffPublisher: Patty Brant Advertising Services: Dale Conyers Advertising Services: Barbara Calfee Executive Editor: Katrina ElskenOur PurposeƒThe Caloosa Belle is published by Independent Newspapers of Florida. Independent is owned by a unique trust that enables this newspaper to pursue a mission of journalistic service to the citizens of the community. Since no dividends are paid, the company is able to thrive on pro“t margins below industrystandards. All after-tax surpluses are reinvested in Independents mission of journalistic service, commitment to the ideals of the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, and support of the communitys deliberation of public issues.We Pledgeƒ€ To operate this newspaper as a public trust € To help our community become a better place to live and work, through our dedication to conscientious journalism. € To provide the information citizens need to make their own intelligent decisions about public issues. € To report the news with honesty, accuracy, purposeful neutrality, fairness, objectivity, fearlessness and compassion. € To use our opinion pages to facilitate community debate, not to dominate it with our own opinions. € To disclose our own con”icts of interest or potential con”icts to our readers. € To correct our errors and to give each correction the prominence it deserves. € To provide a right to reply to those we write about. € To treat people with courtesy, respect and compassion. Masthead photo courtesy of Waddy Thompson www.facebook.com/waddytphotos Serving Immokalee, Ave Maria and Eastern Collier County time. It’s a dream come true for Marie. With no more ties to county government, funding opportunities increase, she said, and she can search out private funding as well. Many banks have Community Redevelopment Agencies that focus funding on local businesses exactly the same group IMBIZ focuses on. The federal Community Redevelopment Act requires commercial banks receiving FDIC insurance to provide loans to low and moderate income communities. Marie said there are 42 banks in Collier County that are potential sources of support. Marie’s job, and the focus of IMBIZ, has not changed since the beginning. The idea remains to provide assistance to entrepreneurs so they can build their small businesses, which in turn strengthens the local community Of course, she is seeking funding from various foundations and other potential sources. Marie feels it will be easier to get funding from those who relate to small entrepreneurs. In a racially mixed community with many newcomers, Immokaleeans don’t necessarily have an academic background in business like so many in the more populated areas do, but they make up for that it in hard work and passion for their dream. And that’s the starting point for Marie and IMBIZ. It’s hard for coastal people to appreciate the de cit local folks have in the “mechanics” of how modern business is done, she said – things like where to go to get information; or even how to use a computer. IMBIZ exists to help novice entrepreneurs gain these types of skills and experience. There are 13 participants enrolled in entrepreneur class and Marie said she gets a lot of walk ins who just need a quick answer. She also gets referrals from banks of people who need a loan but aren’t set up properly to qualify. Lots of people are interested in their shorter classes for things like Quick Books, computer basics and using social media like Twitter and Facebook for marketing. Many people are also interested in nding out how to utilize advantages for minorities and qualify for government contracts. A food safety class guides entrepreneurs in how to secure FDA certi cates and even patents. IMBIZ also partners with SBDC (Small Business Development Center) and SCORE (Service Corps of Retired Executives) to bring other services to Immokalee. Several businesses have been started through IMBIZ including two cleaning services, a party planner, a party supply company, landscaping businesses and two food producers. Marie is planning to tap into Immokalee’s substantial Hispanic population, maybe by starting at the Farmers Market with simple things, like how to take credit and debit cards that can make a huge difference. Marie understands that not everyone “gets” the dynamics of rural areas like Immokalee, but she’s proud that some people appreciate what she does here She is aware that success must relate to her clients, who are not big time operators. She points to one cleaning company that is just about ready to hire an additional employee and a day care that managed to get a micro loan for a bike path and butter y garden. Now that day care needs to expand. Her job requires patience, she said, as well as passion. IMBIZ isn’t just for Immokaleeans. Its courses bring in students from LeHigh, LaBelle and the surrounding area. Marie dreams of increasing the programs’ visibilit y through more programs and a much-needed community kitchen. In the future Marie sees her programs gaining recognition not just in Immokalee, but even on the coast, down to Miami, and LaBelle and Clewiston. She sees Immokalee as a draw for local businesses, not just people coming to the casino. IMBIZ is open 9-5 Monday-Friday but call rst. Marie often offers workshops at night and has exible hours. Call 239-867-4411 IMBIZ of ce is located at Jubilation on Lake Trafford Road, in what was previously Hodges University building. If you want to start a business IMBIZ has effective means to guide you through the process, provide information and checklists and to help you make your business plan to become a legitimate business. IMBIZContinued From Page 1 County Health Department as a staff nurse. Her duties included conducting outreach in migrant camps and through this experience she was led to the HCN (then known as Collier Health Services). At that time, the clinic served migrant workers and rural poor in Immokalee. Today, HCN has grown to serve more than 36,000 individuals a year with 14 locations throughout Collier County. Like the patients she serves, Cordoba is no stranger to adversity. She is a breast cancer survivor who lost her husband at a young age and her oldest son to a car accident. “She is a very faithful individual with a lot of fortitude,” says colleague Dr. Jose Quero, who has worked with Cordoba for over 22 years. “She has no biases or prejudices. She is a true leader.” Cordoba is a member of the HIV/AIDS Network of Collier County since 1995, the Collier County Community Representative to the Regional HIV/AIDS council since 1992, and a member of Florida Practioners in Infection Control since 1995. EllenContinued From Page 1 ensure proper pretreatment of the water before adding or changing the water in the tank to avoid any problems associated with chlorine. Customers are asked to call IWSD at (239) 658-3630 with any questions concerning this change in disinfectants. AVISO CLIENTES DEL AGUA de IWSD MODIFICACI"N TEMPORAL DE PROCEDIMIENTOS DE TRATAMIENTO DE DESINFECCI"N El Immokalee Water & Sewer District cambiar temporalmente el proceso de desinfeccin para la bebida de (agua potable) abastecimiento de agua. Del 11 de Agosto de 2014 a hasta el 25 de Agosto del 2014, IWSD desinfectar el echar agua con cloro libre ms bien que cloro/amonaco combinado (chloramines). Esta conversin al cloro (que es un desinfectante ms fuerte) de chloramines (que es un desinfectante ms largo durable) permite que IWSD para realizar una purga de sistema de distribucin de echar agua como recomiendan por el Departamento de Proteccin del Medio Ambiente para utilidades de echar agua usando chloramines como su desinfectante primario. Este cambio comenzar en 8:00 de la maana el 11 de Agosto y IWSD volver entonces al proceso de desinfeccin chloramines el 25 de Agosto en 8: de la maana. Este cambio temporal del desinfectante no causa efectos de salud adversos. Sin embargo, durante este perodo los clientes pueden experimentar un aumento leve de savor, olor y color del agua debido al cambio del tratamiento. Clientes en dilisis del rin que usan una mquina que proporciona para preparar dialysate en casa les aconsejan que se pongan en contacto con su proveedor de equipo o mdico y tomen cualquier medid a apropiada para acomodar el cambio de l a desinfeccin de echar agua e instalar los dispositivos de ltracin apropiados que seyan necesario. A clientes que tienen acuarios u otras especies acuticas les aconsejan ponerse en contacto con una tienda de animales par a asegurar el pretratamiento apropiado del agua antes de aadir o cambiar el agua en el tanque para evitar cualquier problema asociado con el cloro. A los clientes le piden que llamen a l a o cina del IWSD al (239) 658-3630 con cualquier pregunta acerca de este cambio de desinfectantes. IWSDContinued From Page 1

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3 Immokalee Bulletin A ugust 7, 2014 Submitted photo/ Cathy HinshawJuly Employee of the MonthGeovani Esquivel was selected as Employee of the Month for July 2014 by his peers and supervisors at Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, Division of Plant Industry, Citrus Health Response Program Of ce in Immokalee Florida. Naples, Fla.—State Representative Matt Hudson (R-Naples) has been appointed by Speaker Will Weatherford of the Florida House of Representatives to serve as a member of the Florida Cancer Control & Research Advisory Council (CCRAB) effective, August 1, 2014. “I am honored to receive this appointment from Speaker Weatherford and look forward to working with the Council to help Florida become a leader in cancer research and care,” said Rep. Hudson. “It is my hope that the ongoing efforts of the Council will help enhance the quality and competitiveness of cancer care in our state and bring hope to Florida families affected by this terrible disease.” The CCRAB was established by the Legislature in 1979 to advise the Legislature, Governor, and Surgeon General on how to reduce the cancer burden in Florida. It monitors cancer trends and promotes effective interventions to help in cancer prevention, screening, and treatment. The Council also develops position papers on cancer-related legislation and state policy issues. Rep. Matt Hudson appointed to Cancer Advisory Council The potential of Immokalee as a regional or state manufacturing, distribution center was on the mind of regional, state and private evaluators earlier this month when they toured the community. The staff of two important state economic development agencies – Enterprise Florida and Florida’s Heartland Regional Economic Dev elopment Initiative (FHREDI) – and a private investment rm – Site Selection Group – toured Immokalee J uly 15, hosted by the Immokalee Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA). The purpose of the visit was to evaluate the community of Immokalee against other interior Florida communities for its readiness to compete for regional manufacturing and distribution development. The exercise allowed the CRA constituent-partner agencies to assess the community competitiveness of Immokalee for future corporate inv estment. During the visit members of these three agencies were given a w indshield tour of the Immokalee community followed by a tour of the 100,000-square-foot manufacturing facility near the Immokalee Regional Airport currently being offered for sale by Colliers International. Career Source Southwest Florida staff members also provided details on job placement services, training, nancial aid, internship programs and career development workshops. CRA staff provided detailed information to the group on economic development incentives related to the Florida State Enterprise Zone Program, the Federal HUB Zone Program, Rural Area of Critical Economic Concern (RACEC) and Foreign Free Trade Zone incentives. The tour ended with a visit to the Immokalee Technical Center (iTECH), where the group learned of the various programs of study offered by iTECH, its statistical data and how the facility can build training programs geared to a wide range of prospective industrial developers. As the acting Enterprise Zone Coordinators for the community, the Immokalee CRA regularly provides technical assistance to local businesses searching for economic development incentive programs. The July site selection exercise furthers the CRA’s expertise in economic development, not only on a local level but also from a regional perspective. Through strategic partnerships, the CRA will continue to explore and develop similar endeavors geared toward the shifting economic base of the community. About FHREDI: FHREDI is a regional economic development organization representing Desoto, Glades, Hendry, Highlands, and Okeechobee Counties, the Cities of Belle Glade, Pahokee and South Bay and the Community of Immokalee. Leveraging regional resources, FHREDI serves as a catalyst for government and business collaboration. Its purpose is to market, facilitate and advocate for economic development opportunities that will bolster the tax base and personal income for these areas. The targeted industries of the region are global trade and logistics, manufacturing, food processing and medical. Agencies tour Immokalee as potential distribution site When considering going into business one must research and understand the different options pros & cons. This w orkshop is designed to help the future entrepreneur make an informed decision. The SBDC at Florida Gulf Coast University is a member of the Florida SBDC Network, a statewide service network funded in part through a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration. Julio Estremera is a certi ed business consultant/program facilitator for the FSBDC at FGCU. In 2008, FGCU FSBDC nominated him for the State of Florida Star Award of the Year for his excellence in counseling and program development. Julio’s entrepreneurial background and networking abilities in the Collier County community have helped him to promote the small business programs in the mainstream areas as well as the more rural areas of Immokalee, Hendry and Glades Counties. Speaker: Julio Estremera FSBDC CBC. Wednesday. August 27, 2:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m. at CCPL Immokalee Branch 417 N. 1st St.,Immokalee, FL 34142. Start, Buy, or Franchise To Register: www.sbdcseminars.org or Call Silvia Puente at 239-657-6807. Understand business pros and cons

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IMMOKALEE HIG SCHOOL BUS #516 5:52 A.M. CR 846 E & DUPREE GRADE 6:03 A.M. 30075 COUNTY LINE RD 6:06 A.M. 16267 OIL WELL RD 6:08 A.M. SINGLETARY CIR & HCCI 6:12 A.M. OIL WELL RD & PRINGLE LN 6:18 A.M. OIL WELL RD & PACIFIC GRADE RD 6:29 A.M. 3311 SR 29 6:33 A.M. ALEXANDER CIR & EDENFIELD WY 6:35 A.M. ALEXANDER CIR & COYOTE LN 6:43 A.M. SCHOOL: IMMOKALEE HIGH 6:50 A.M. SCHOOL: IMMOKALEE HIGH BUS #624W 5:58 A.M. 4142 SR 29 N 6:10 A.M. 6900 SR 82* 6:22 A.M. CORKSCREW RD & WHIDDEN LOOP RD 6:31 A.M. SR 82 & LAMM RD 6:34 A.M. 2050 SR 82 6:36 A.M. SR 29 & O QUINN RD 6:40 A.M. EXP STATION RD & STATE ST 6:50 A.M. SCHOOL: IMMOKALEE HIGH BUS #658 6:35 A.M. CARSON LAKES CIR & CUL-DA-SAC 6:36 A.M. CARSON RD & CARSON LAKE CIR 6:50 A.M. SCHOOL: IMMOKALEE HIGH BUS #714 6:30 A.M. LAKE TRAFFO RD & CHRISTIAN TER* 6:31 A.M. LAKE TRAFFORD RD & TRAFFORD FARM RD 6:32 A.M. PEPPER RD & LEMON TREE DR 6:34 A.M. BASS RD & TIPPINS TERR 6:36 A.M. BASS RD & TAYLOR TERR* 6:38 A.M. LAKE TRAFFO RD & MERIHAM DR 6:39 A.M. L AKE TRAFFORD RD & RAULERSON RD 6:50 A.M. SCHOOL: IMMOKALEE HIGH BUS #715 6:36 A.M. BELL CIR & FLOWER LN 6:40 A.M. CHADWICK CIR & EGGPLANT LN 6:50 A.M. SCHOOL: IMMOKALEE HIGH BUS #716 6:28 A.M. LAKE TRAFFO RD & HARVEST DR (JUBALATION) 6:33 A.M. LITTLE LEAGUE RD & AMERICA WY 6:50 A.M. SCHOOL: IMMOKALEE HIGH BUS #717 6:38 A.M. CARSON RD & CRESTVIEW APTS 6:50 A.M. SCHOOL: IMMOKALEE HIGH BUS #721 6:35 A.M. LIBERTY WAY & JUSTICE CIR 6:50 A.M. SCHOOL: IMMOKALEE HIGH BUS #724 6:33 A.M. EDEN AVE & PLUM ST (S) 6:34 A.M. EDEN AVE & PEACH ST (S) 6:37 A.M. EDEN AVE & ORANGE ST (S) 6:50 A.M. SCHOOL: IMMOKALEE HIGH BUS #726 6:36 A.M. LIT TLE LEAGUE RD & LITTLE LEAGUE CT 6:39 A.M. LAKE TRAFFO RD & LINCOLN BLVD 6:41 A.M. LAKE TRAFFORD RD & 29TH ST 6:50 A.M. SCHOOL: IMMOKALEE HIGH BUS #727 6:23 A.M. CHADWICK CIR & APPLEMINT LN 6:35 A.M. SGT JOE JONES RD & JOHN JIMMIE BLVD 6:39 A.M. IM 5TH ST S & PALMRIDGE DR 6:50 A.M. SCHOOL: IMMOKALEE HIGH BUS #754 6:26 A.M. CARSON RD & WILTON CT 6:28 A.M. CARSON RD & WESTCLOX ST 6:38 A.M. CARSON RD & ASHLEY LN 6:50 A.M. SCHOOL: IMMOKALEE HIGH BUS #624W 2:15 P.M. SCHOOL: IMMOKALEE HIGH 2:33 P.M. 4142 SR 29 N 2:39 P.M. 6900 SR 82* 2:48 P.M. CORKSCREW RD & WHIDDEN LOOP RD 2:57 P.M. SR 82 & LAMM RD 3:00 P.M. 2050 SR 82 3:02 P.M. SR 29 & O QUINN RD 3:06 P.M. EXP STATION RD & STATE ST BUS #724 2:15 P.M. SCHOOL: IMMOKALEE HIGH 2:26 P.M. EDEN AVE & PLUM ST (S) 2:27 P.M. EDEN AVE & PEACH ST (S) 2:30 P.M. EDEN AVE & ORANGE ST (S) BUS #516 2:15 P.M. SCHOOL: IMMOKALEE HIGH 2:33 P.M. CR 846 E & DUPREE GRADE 2:43 P.M. 30075 COUNTY LINE RD 2:47 P.M. 16267 OIL WELL RD 2:49 P.M. SINGLETARY CIR & HCCI 2:53 P.M. OIL WELL RD & PRINGLE LN 2:59 P.M. OIL WELL RD & PACIFIC GRADE RD 3:10 P.M. 3311 SR 29 3:14 P.M. ALEXANDER CIR & EDENFIELD WY 3:15 P.M. ALEXANDER CIR & COYOTE LN BUS #658 2:15 P.M. SCHOOL: IMMOKALEE HIGH 2:28 P.M. CARSON RD & CARSON LAKE CIR 2:30 P.M. CARSON LAKES CIR & CUL-DA-SAC BUS #714 2:15 P.M. SCHOOL: IMMOKALEE HIGH 2:26 P.M. LAKE TRAFFO RD & CHRISTIAN TER* 2:28 P.M. LAKE TRAFFORD RD & TRAFFORD FARM RD 2:29 P.M. PEPPER RD & LEMON TREE DR 2:31 P.M. BASS RD & TIPPINS TERR 2:32 P.M. BASS RD & TAYLOR TERR* 2:35 P.M. LAKE TRAFFO RD & MERIHAM DR 2:36 P.M. L AKE TRAFFORD RD & RAULERSON RD BUS #715 2:15 P.M. SCHOOL: IMMOKALEE HIGH 2:25 P.M. CHADWICK CIR & EGGPLANT LN 2:28 P.M. BELL CIR & FLOWER LN BUS #716 2:15 P.M. SCHOOL: IMMOKALEE HIGH 2:25 P.M. LAKE TRAFFO RD & HARVEST DR (JUBALATION) 2:29 P.M. LITTLE LEAGUE RD & AMERICA WY BUS #719 2:15 P.M. SCHOOL: IMMOKALEE HIGH 2:26 P.M. CARSON RD & CRESTVIEW APTS BUS #721 2:15 P.M. SCHOOL: IMMOKALEE HIGH 2:27 P.M. LIBERTY WAY & JUSTICE CIR BUS #726 2:15 P.M. SCHOOL: IMMOKALEE HIGH 2:29 P.M. LIT TLE LEAGUE RD & LITTLE LEAGUE CT 2:32 P.M. LAKE TRAFFO RD & LINCOLN BLVD 2:34 P.M. LAKE TRAFFORD RD & 29TH ST BUS #727 2:15 P.M. SCHOOL: IMMOKALEE HIGH 2:24 P.M. IM 5TH ST S & PALMRIDGE DR 2:31 P.M. 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EDEN AVE & PEACH ST (S) 8:29 A.M. EDEN AVE & ORANGE ST (N) 8:40 A.M. SCHOOL: IMMOKALEE MIDDLE BUS #719 8:06 A.M. ALEXANDER CIR & EDENFIELD WY 8:09 A.M. BELL CIR & FLOWER LN 8:11 A.M. BELL CIR & CUCUMBER LN 8:16 A.M. SR 29 & WILLIAMS LN 8:24 A.M. SGT JOE JONES RD & JOHN JIMMIE BLVD 8:29 A.M. IM 5TH ST S & PALMRIDGE DR 8:40 A.M. SCHOOL: IMMOKALEE MIDDLE BUS #721 8:23 A.M. LITTLE LEAGUE RD & AMERICA WY 8:30 A.M. LIT TLE LEAGUE RD & LITTLE LEAGUE CT 8:32 A.M. LAKE TRAFFO RD & LINCOLN BLVD 8:40 A.M. SCHOOL: IMMOKALEE MIDDLE BUS #724 8:28 A.M. LAKE TRAFFORD RD & LIBERTY WAY 8:40 A.M. SCHOOL: IMMOKALEE MIDDLE BUS #727 8:27 A.M. PEPPER RD & LEMON TREE DR 8:30 A.M. LAKE TRAFFO RD & MERIHAM DR 8:32 A.M. L AKE TRAFFORD RD & RAULERSON RD 8:40 A.M. SCHOOL: IMMOKALEE MIDDLE BUS #754 8:25 A.M. LAKE TRAFFO RD & CHRISTIAN TER* 8:27 A.M. LAKE TRAFFORD RD & TRAFFORD FARM RD 8:29 A.M. BASS RD & TAYLOR TERR* 8:40 A.M. SCHOOL: IMMOKALEE MIDDLE BUS #767W 8:04 A.M. 4142 SR 29 N 8:19 A.M. CORKSCREW RD & WHIDDEN LOOP RD 8:28 A.M. SR 82 & LAMM RD 8:31 A.M. 1660 SR 82* 8:34 A.M. SR 29 & O QUINN RD 8:37 A.M. EXP STATION RD & STATE ST 8:45 A.M. SCHOOL: IMMOKALEE MIDDLE BUS #516 3:50 P.M. SCHOOL: IMMOKALEE MIDDLE 4:00 P.M. CARSON RD & WESTCLOX ST BUS #658 3:50 P.M. SCHOOL: IMMOKALEE MIDDLE 3:57 P.M. CARSON RD & WILTON CT 4:02 P.M. CARSON LAKES CIR & CUL-DE-SAC 4:04 P.M. CARSON RD & CARSON LAKE CIR 4:07 P.M. CARSON RD & ASHLEY LN BUS #714 3:50 P.M. SCHOOL: IMMOKALEE MIDDLE 4:00 P.M. CHADWICK CIR & EGGPLANT LN 4:02 P.M. CHADWICK CIR & APPLEMINT LN 4:12 P.M. CR 846 E & DUPREE GRADE 4:26 P.M. 15111 CR 858 4:27 P.M. 16267 OIL WELL RD 4:29 P.M. SINGLETARY CIR & HCCI 4:32 P.M. OIL WELL RD & PRINGLE LN 4:39 P.M. OIL WELL RD & PACIFIC GRADE RD 4:49 P.M. 3311 SR 29 BUS #715 3:50 P.M. SCHOOL: IMMOKALEE MIDDLE 4:04 P.M. PEPPER RD & LEMON TREE DR 4:07 P.M. LAKE TRAFFO RD & MERIHAM DR 4:09 P.M. L AKE TRAFFORD RD & RAULERSON RD BUS #717 3:50 P.M. SCHOOL: IMMOKALEE MIDDLE 3:58 P.M. EDEN AVE & PLUM ST (S) 4:00 P.M. EDEN AVE & PEACH ST (S) 4:03 P.M. EDEN AVE & ORANGE ST (N) 4:05 P.M. 4142 SR 29 N 4:21 P.M. CORKSCREW RD & WHIDDEN LOOP RD 4:31 P.M. SR 82 & LAMM RD 4:34 P.M. 1660 SR 82* 4:36 P.M. SR 29 & O QUINN RD 4:38 P.M. EXP STATION RD & STATE ST BUS #719 3:50 P.M. SCHOOL: IMMOKALEE MIDDLE 3:58 P.M. IM 5TH ST S & PALMRIDGE DR 4:04 P.M. SGT JOE JONES RD & JOHN JIMMIE BLVD 4:15 P.M. SR 29 & WILLIAMS LN 4:17 P.M. ALEXANDER CIR & EDENFIELD WY 4:20 P.M. BELL CIR & FLOWER LN 4:22 P.M. BELL CIR & CUCUMBER LN BUS #721 3:50 P.M. SCHOOL: IMMOKALEE MIDDLE 3:59 P.M. LITTLE LEAGUE RD & AMERICA WY 4:07 P.M. LIT TLE LEAGUE RD & LITTLE LEAGUE CT 4:09 P.M. LAKE TRAFFO RD & LINCOLN BLVD BUS #724 3:50 P.M. SCHOOL: IMMOKALEE MIDDLE 4:03 P.M. LAKE TRAFFORD RD & LIBERTY WAY BUS #754 3:50 P.M. SCHOOL: IMMOKALEE MIDDLE 3:59 P.M. LAKE TRAFFO RD & CHRISTIAN TER* 4:00 P.M. LAKE TRAFFORD RD & TRAFFORD FARM RD 4:02 P.M. BASS RD & TAYLOR TERR* EDEN PARK ELEMENTARY BUS #777 6:58 A.M. 4142 SR 29 N 7:08 A.M. 4607 CORKSCREW RD 7:14 A.M. CORKSCREW RD & WHIDDEN LOOP RD 7:18 A.M. 4646 CORKSCREW RD 7:24 A.M. SR 82 & LAMM RD 7:29 A.M. SR 29 & O QUINN RD 7:31 A.M. EXP STATION RD & STATE ST 7:45 A.M. SCHOOL: EDEN PARK ELEMENTARY BUS #717 7:29 A.M. 19TH ST N & LEED AVE 7:45 A.M. SCHOOL: EDEN PARK ELEMENTARY BUS #717 2:40 P.M. SCHOOL: EDEN PARK ELEMENTARY 2:48 P.M. 19TH ST N & LEED AVE 3:02 P.M. 321 N 1ST ST IMMOKALEE COMMUNITY PARK BUS #777 2:40 P.M. SCHOOL: EDEN PARK ELEMENTARY 2:54 P.M. 4142 SR 29 N 3:04 P.M. 4607 CORKSCREW RD 3:11 P.M. CORKSCREW RD & WHIDDEN LOOP RD 3:14 P.M. 4646 CORKSCREW RD 3:21 P.M. SR 82 & LAMM RD 3:26 P.M. SR 29 & O QUINN RD 3:28 P.M. EXP STATION RD & STATE ST HIGHLANDS ELEMENTARY BUS #714 8:04 A.M. N 18TH ST & 8TH AVE (W) 8:12 A.M. SCHOOL: HIGHLANDS ELEMENTARY BUS #715 8:05 A.M. N 17TH ST & 5TH AVE 8:07 A.M. 7TH AVE & 16TH ST N 8:09 A.M. PALM AVE & PINE ST 8:12 A.M. SCHOOL: HIGHLANDS ELEMENTARY BUS #724 8:02 A.M. KISSIMMEE ST & MADISON AVE 8:03 A.M. MADISON AVE & JACKSON ST 8:05 A.M. 505 MADISON AVE W 8:06 A.M. 314 MADISON AVE W 8:12 A.M. SCHOOL: HIGHLANDS ELEMENTARY BUS #754 8:00 A.M. LAKE TRAFFO RD & RINGO LN 8:01 A.M. LAKE TRAFFORD RD & TITUS LN 8:03 A.M. N 19TH ST & ASH LN 8:08 A.M. MADISON AVE W & NASSAU ST 8:12 A.M. SCHOOL: HIGHLANDS ELEMENTARY BUS #714 3:10 P.M. SCHOOL: HIGHLANDS ELEMENTARY 3:13 P.M. N 18TH ST & 8TH AVE (W) BUS #715 3:10 P.M. SCHOOL: HIGHLANDS ELEMENTARY 3:13 P.M. PALM AVE & PINE ST 3:15 P.M. 7TH AVE & 16TH ST N 3:17 P.M. N 17TH ST & 5TH AVE BUS #717 3:10 P.M. SCHOOL: HIGHLANDS ELEMENTARY 3:13 P.M. KISSIMMEE ST & MADISON AVE 3:14 P.M. MADISON AVE & JACKSON ST 3:16 P.M. 505 MADISON AVE W 3:17 P.M. 314 MADISON AVE W BUS #754 3:10 P.M. SCHOOL: HIGHLANDS ELEMENTARY 3:14 P.M. MADISON AVE W & NASSAU ST 3:19 P.M. LAKE TRAFFO RD & RINGO LN 3:20 P.M. LAKE TRAFFORD RD & TITUS LN 3:22 P.M. N 19TH ST & ASH LN PINECREST ELEMENTARY BUS #516 7:25 A.M. IMMOKALEE DR & DILSA LN 7:27 A.M. IMMOKALEE DR & MARIANNA WAY 7:31 A.M. 15TH ST N & CHANEYS MHP 7:35 A.M. SCHOOL: PINECREST ELEMENTARY BUS #714 7:25 A.M. 550 N 19TH ST 7:27 A.M. N 18TH ST & 6TH AVE 7:31 A.M. N 15TH ST & INDIAN CAMP RD 7:32 A.M. W MAIN ST & WHITE WAY 7:35 A.M. SCHOOL: PINECREST ELEMENTARY BUS #716 7:19 A.M. ROBERTS AVE & 18TH ST N 7:22 A.M. 18TH ST N & SEACREST AVE 7:27 A.M. IMMOKALEE DR & WELLS ST 7:28 A.M. IMMOKALEE DR & MCBLACK ST 7:35 A.M. SCHOOL: PINECREST ELEMENTARY BUS #726 7:24 A.M. IMMOKALEE DR & 19TH ST N* 7:35 A.M. SCHOOL: PINECREST ELEMENTARY BUS #726 3:00 P.M. SCHOOL: PINECREST ELEMENTARY 3:10 P.M. IMMOKALEE DR & 19TH ST N* BUS #716 3:00 P.M. SCHOOL: PINECREST ELEMENTARY 3:05 P.M. ROBERTS AVE & 18TH ST N 3:08 P.M. 18TH ST N & SEACREST AVE 3:12 P.M. IMMOKALEE DR & DILSA LN 3:15 P.M. IMMOKALEE DR & WELLS ST 3:17 P.M. IMMOKALEE DR & MARIANNA WAY 3:20 P.M. IMMOKALEE DR & MCBLACK ST BUS #724 3:00 P.M. SCHOOL: PINECREST ELEMENTARY 3:10 P.M. N 18TH ST & 6TH AVE 3:14 P.M. 550 N 19TH ST 3:16 P.M. 15TH ST N & CHANEYS MHP 3:18 P.M. N 15TH ST & INDIAN CAMP RD 3:19 P.M. W MAIN ST & WHITE WAY VILLAGE OAKS ELEMENTARY BUS #658 7:19 A.M. 115 N 9TH ST 7:21 A.M. N 11TH ST & ANHINGA CIR 7:35 A.M. SCHOOL: VILLAGE OAKS ELEMENTARY BUS #719 7:20 A.M. 418 SCHOOL DR (SOUTH I MMOKALEE PUBLIC PARK) 7:27 A.M. ROSE AVE & SCHOOL DR 7:28 A.M. SCHOOL DR & PRICE AVE 7:35 A.M. SCHOOL: VILLAGE OAKS ELEMENTARY BUS #721 7:23 A.M. 2ND AVE & N 7TH ST 7:27 A.M. ROBERTS AVE & N 5TH ST 7:28 A.M. ROBERTS AVE & N 2ND ST 7:35 A.M. SCHOOL: VILLAGE OAKS ELEMENTARY BUS #727 7:09 A.M. 602 W MAIN ST W (FRIENDSHIP HOUSE) 7:18 A.M. SGT JOE JONES RD & JOHN JIMMIE BLVD 7:20 A.M. STOCKADE RD & MARY W BILLIE DR 7:24 A.M. DELAWARE AVE E & FAHRNEY ST 7:25 A.M. 222 S 1ST ST 7:27 A.M. ADAMS AVE & BROWARD ST 7:28 A.M. ALACHUA ST & JEFFERSON AVE E 7:30 A.M. 511 NEW MARKET RD E 7:35 A.M. SCHOOL: VILLAGE OAKS ELEMENTARY BUS #773 6:53 A.M. CR 846 E & DUPREE GRADE 7:00 A.M. ST RT 846 & THORP RD 7:07 A.M. 16269 OIL WELL RD 7:09 A.M. SINGLETARY CIR & HCCI 7:13 A.M. OIL WELL RD & PRINGLE LN 7:21 A.M. OIL WELL RD & PACIFIC GRADE RD 7:35 A.M. SCHOOL: VILLAGE OAKS ELEMENTARY BUS #658 3:00 P.M. SCHOOL: VILLAGE OAKS ELEMENTARY 3:11 P.M. 115 N 9TH ST 3:13 P.M. N 11TH ST & ANHINGA CIR BUS #719 3:00 P.M. SCHOOL: VILLAGE OAKS ELEMENTARY 3:09 P.M. 418 SCHOOL DR (SOUTH I MMOKALEE PUBLIC PARK) CONTINUED ON THE NEXT PAGECOLLIER COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS BUS SCHEDULE 2014 -2015The 2014 … 2015 School Session begins Monday, August 18th, 2014. The bell times are provided below. Students should arrive at their assigned bus stop at least 5 minutes prior to scheduled pickup time. Most students will be home within one hour after school dismissal time. Please check the Collier County Public Schools web site (www.collierschools.com) for scheduled changes as they occur. .IMMOKALEE SCHOOLS START/END TIMES Immokalee High School 7:10 AM … 2:05 PM Immokalee Middle School 8:55 AM … 3:40 PM Pace 8:00 AM …2:20 PM Highlands Elementary 8:35 AM … 3:00 PM Immokalee Alternative Schools 7:00 AM … 1:00 PM Pinecrest, Village Oaks & Lake Trafford Elementary 7:55 AM … 2:50 PM Eden Park Elementary 8:00 AM … 2:30 PM EVERGLADES 8:15 AM … 3:00 PM Note: Bus riders are limited to only those students living more than 2 miles from school Please direct questions to: Immokalee 377-1027 € Everglades City 377-1021 4 Immokalee Bulletin August 7, 2014

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CONTINTUED FROM THE PREVIOUS PAGE 3:17 P.M. ROSE AVE & SCHOOL DR 3:17 P.M. SCHOOL DR & PRICE AVE BUS #721 3:00 P.M. SCHOOL: VILLAGE OAKS ELEMENTARY 3:09 P.M. 2ND AVE & N 7TH ST 3:12 P.M. ROBERTS AVE & N 5TH ST 3:13 P.M. ROBERTS AVE & N 2ND ST BUS #727 3:00 P.M. SCHOOL: VILLAGE OAKS ELEMENTARY 3:06 P.M. 511 NEW MARKET RD E 3:11 P.M. ALACHUA ST & JEFFERSON AVE E 3:12 P.M. ADAMS AVE & BROWARD ST 3:15 P.M. DELAWARE AVE E & FAHRNEY ST 3:20 P.M. SGT JOE JONES RD & JOHN JIMMIE BLVD 3:22 P.M. STOCKADE RD & MARY W BILLIE DR 3:25 P.M. 222 S 1ST ST 3:28 P.M. 602 W MAIN ST W (FRIENDSHIP HOUSE) BUS #773 3:00 P.M. SCHOOL: VILLAGE OAKS ELEMENTARY3:10 P.M. CR 846 E & DUPREE GRADE 3:17 P.M. ST RT 846 & THORP RD 3:24 P.M. 15111 CR 858 3:24 P.M. 16269 OIL WELL RD 3:26 P.M. SINGLETARY CIR & HCCI 3:30 P.M. OIL WELL RD & PRINGLE LN 3:36 P.M. OIL WELL RD & PACIFIC GRADE RD ALTERNATIVE SCHOOLS PACE BUS #615 6:25 A.M. 16269 OIL WELL RD 6:42 A.M. FARM WORKER WAY & AGRICULTURE WAY 6:55 A.M. N 19TH ST & HICKOCK LN 7:00 A.M. CARSON RD & EDEN AVE 7:01 A.M. CARSON RD & WESTCLOX ST 7:06 A.M. CARSON RD & CARSON LAKE CIR 7:11 A.M. LAKE TRAFFORD RD & LIBERTY WAY 7:13 A.M. LITTLE LEAGUE RD & AMERICA WY 7:17 A.M. LAKE TRAFFORD RD & TRAFFORD FARM RD 7:19 A.M. BASS RD & TAYLOR TERR* 7:20 A.M. LAKE TRAFFO RD & MERIHAM DR 7:22 A.M. LAKE TRAFFO RD & LINCOLN BLVD 7:25 A.M. LAKE TRAFFO RD & RINGO LN 7:28 A.M. IMMOKALEE DR & 19TH ST N* 7:31 A.M. EL PASO TRL & EL PASO TRL 7:40 A.M. SCHOOL: PACE BUS #615 2:30 P.M. SCHOOL: PACE 2:37 P.M. IMMOKALEE DR & 19TH ST N* 2:40 P.M. EL PASO TRL & EL PASO TRL 2:43 P.M. LAKE TRAFFO RD & RINGO LN 2:45 P.M. N 19TH ST & HICKOCK LN 2:49 P.M. LAKE TRAFFORD RD & LIBERTY WAY 2:51 P.M. LITTLE LEAGUE RD & AMERICA WY 2:55 P.M. LAKE TRAFFORD RD & TRAFFORD FARM RD 2:57 P.M. BASS RD & TAYLOR TERR* 2:58 P.M. LAKE TRAFFO RD & MERIHAM DR 3:00 P.M. LAKE TRAFFO RD & LINCOLN BLVD 3:03 P.M. CARSON RD & EDEN AVE 3:08 P.M. CARSON RD & CARSON LAKE CIR 3:10 P.M. CARSON RD & WESTCLOX ST 3:21 P.M. EXP STATION RD & STATE ST 3:37 P.M. FARM WORKER WAY & AGRICULTURE WAY 3:55 P.M. 16269 OIL WELL RD NEW BEGINNINGS, PHOENIX & BEACON BUS #533E 5:39 A.M. EXP STATION RD & STATE ST 5:45 A.M. KISSIMMEE ST & MADISON AVE 5:47 A.M. LAKE TRAFFORD RD & MONROE ST 5:49 A.M. N 19TH ST & HICKOCK LN 5:55 A.M. CARSON RD & EDEN AVE 5:55 A.M. CARSON RD & WESTCLOX ST 5:59 A.M. CARSON RD & CARSON LAKE CIR 6:05 A.M. LAKE TRAFFORD RD & LIBERTY WAY 6:07 A.M. LITTLE LEAGUE RD & AMERICA WY 6:13 A.M. BASS RD & TAYLOR TERR* 6:14 A.M. L AKE TRAFFORD RD & RAULERSON RD 6:17 A.M. CARSON RD & CRESTVIEW APTS 6:21 A.M. IMMOKALEE DR & MCBLACK ST 6:30 A.M. SCHOOL: PHOENIX 6:30 A.M. SCHOOL: NEW BEGINNINGS 6:30 A.M. SCHOOL: BEACON BUS #564W 5:26 A.M. RANDALL BLVD & VALENCIA LAKES BLVD 5:31 A.M. 8TH ST NE & 10TH AVE NE 5:34 A.M. 8TH ST NE & 14TH AVE NE 5:37 A.M. 8TH ST NE & 24TH AVE NE 5:45 A.M. 47TH AVE NE & 10TH ST NE 5:46 A.M. 47TH AVE NE & 12TH ST NE 5:51 A.M. 47TH AVE NE & 22ND ST NE 6:13 A.M. 40TH ST NE & 64TH AVE NE 6:14 A.M. 40TH ST NE & 68TH AVE NE 6:30 A.M. SCHOOL: PHOENIX 6:30 A.M. SCHOOL: NEW BEGINNINGS 6:30 A.M. SCHOOL: BEACON BUS #609E 5:26 A.M. EVERGLADES BLVD NE & 54TH AVE NE (W) 5:27 A.M. EVERGLADES BLVD NE & 50TH AVE NE (W) 5:28 A.M. EVERGLADES BLVD NE & 47TH AVE NE (W) 5:29 A.M. EVERGLADES BLVD N & 43RD AVE NE (W) 5:30 A.M. EVERGLADES BLVD N & 39TH AVE NE (W) 5:38 A.M. 16TH ST NE & 22ND AVE NE 5:40 A.M. 16TH ST NE & JUNG BLVD 5:42 A.M. 16TH ST NE & 14TH AVE NE 5:50 A.M. EVERGLADES BLVD N & 24TH AVE NE (E) 5:54 A.M. EVERGLADES BLVD NE & 39TH AVE NE (E) 5:54 A.M. EVERGLADES BLVD N & 41ST AVE NE (E) 5:58 A.M. EVERGLADES BLVD N & 56TH AVE NE (E) 6:05 A.M. 40TH ST NE & 43RD AVE NE 6:09 A.M. EVERGLADES BLVD NE & 45TH AVE NE (E) 6:30 A.M. SCHOOL: NEW BEGINNINGS 6:30 A.M. SCHOOL: PHOENIX 6:30 A.M. SCHOOL: BEACON BUS #719 5:58 A.M. FARM WORKER WAY & AGRICULTURE WAY 6:10 A.M. IMMOKALEE DR & 19TH ST N* 6:12 A.M. IMMOKALEE DR & MARIANNA WAY 6:14 A.M. EL PASO TRL & EL PASO TRL6:17 A.M. LAKE TRAFFORD RD & PALM DR (S) 6:18 A.M. LAKE TRAFFORD RD & TITUS LN 6:20 A.M. N 18TH ST & 8TH AVE (W) 6:30 A.M. SCHOOL: PHOENIX 6:30 A.M. SCHOOL: NEW BEGINNINGS 6:30 A.M. SCHOOL: BEACON BUS #764E 5:15 A.M. SMOKEHOUSE BAY DR & HERITAGE BAY BLVD 5:23 A.M. IMMOKALEE RD & ROCK RD 5:28 A.M. 25TH AVE NE & 4TH ST NE 5:33 A.M. 2921 WILSON BLVD N 5:36 A.M. WILSON BLVD N & JUNG BLVD (W) 5:38 A.M. WILSON BLVD N & 10TH AVE NW 5:41 A.M. GOLDEN GATE BLVD W & 3RD ST NW 5:45 A.M. GOLDEN GATE BLVD W & 21ST ST NW* 5:48 A.M. GOLDEN GATE BLVD W & 17TH ST SW* 5:51 A.M. GOLDEN GATE BLVD W & 5TH ST SW* 6:04 A.M. HAWTHORN RD & FAIRMONT LN 6:30 A.M. SCHOOL: NEW BEGINNINGS 6:30 A.M. SCHOOL: PHOENIX 6:30 A.M. SCHOOL: BEACON BUS #S49E 5:16 A.M. DESOTO BLVD N & 29TH AVE NE (W) 5:23 A.M. DESOTO BLVD S & 4TH AVE SE (W) 5:27 A.M. DESOTO BLVD S & 14TH AVE SE (W) 5:33 A.M. 2911 GOLDEN GATE BLVD E 5:41 A.M. WILSON BLVD S & PUMP STATION #9 5:44 A.M. GOLDEN GATE BLVD E & 10TH ST SE 5:46 A.M. GOLDEN GATE BLVD E & 20TH ST SE 5:54 A.M. EVERGLADES BLVD S & 18TH AVE SE (E)* 5:57 A.M. EVERGLADES BLVD S & 6TH AVE SE(E)* 6:05 A.M. 3744 RANDALL BLVD 6:28 A.M. SCHOOL: NEW BEGINNINGS 6:28 A.M. SCHOOL: BEACON 6:30 A.M. SCHOOL: PHOENIX BUS #819E 1:05 P.M. SCHOOL: PHOENIX 1:05 P.M. SCHOOL: NEW BEGINNINGS 1:05 P.M. SCHOOL: BEACON 1:31 P.M. 47TH AVE NE & 10TH ST NE 1:32 P.M. 47TH AVE NE & 12TH ST NE 1:37 P.M. 47TH AVE NE & 22ND ST NE 1:49 P.M. 25TH AVE NE & 4TH ST NE 1:54 P.M. 2921 WILSON BLVD N 2:06 P.M. SMOKEHOUSE BAY DR & HERITAGE BAY BLVD 2:14 P.M. IMMOKALEE RD & ROCK RD 2:18 P.M. WILSON BLVD N & JUNG BLVD (W) 2:20 P.M. WILSON BLVD N & 10TH AVE NW 2:23 P.M. WILSON BLVD S & PUMP STATION #9 2:36 P.M. HAWTHORN RD & FAIRMONT LN BUS #505W 1:05 P.M. SCHOOL: NEW BEGINNINGS 1:05 P.M. SCHOOL: PHOENIX 1:05 P.M. SCHOOL: BEACON 1:35 P.M. 2911 GOLDEN GATE BLVD E 1:42 P.M. GOLDEN GATE BLVD W & 3RD ST NW1:46 P.M. GOLDEN GATE BLVD W & 21ST ST NW* 1:50 P.M. GOLDEN GATE BLVD W & 17TH ST SW* 1:53 P.M. GOLDEN GATE BLVD W & 5TH ST SW* 1:56 P.M. GOLDEN GATE BLVD E & 10TH ST SE 1:59 P.M. GOLDEN GATE BLVD E & 20TH ST SE BUS #533E 1:05 P.M. SCHOOL: PHOENIX 1:05 P.M. SCHOOL: NEW BEGINNINGS 1:05 P.M. SCHOOL: BEACON 1:14 P.M. LAKE TRAFFORD RD & MONROE ST 1:16 P.M. N 19TH ST & HICKOCK LN 1:21 P.M. CARSON RD & EDEN AVE 1:22 P.M. CARSON RD & WESTCLOX ST 1:26 P.M. CARSON RD & CARSON LAKE CIR 1:32 P.M. LAKE TRAFFORD RD & LIBERTY WAY 1:34 P.M. LITTLE LEAGUE RD & AMERICA WY 1:40 P.M. BASS RD & TAYLOR TERR* 1:41 P.M. L AKE TRAFFORD RD & RAULERSON RD 1:44 P.M. CARSON RD & CRESTVIEW APTS 1:48 P.M. IMMOKALEE DR & MCBLACK ST 1:56 P.M. EXP STATION RD & STATE ST 2:02 P.M. KISSIMMEE ST & MADISON AVE BUS #661E 1:05 P.M. SCHOOL: NEW BEGINNINGS 1:05 P.M. SCHOOL: PHOENIX 1:05 P.M. SCHOOL: BEACON 1:26 P.M. DESOTO BLVD N & 29TH AVE NE (W) 1:34 P.M. DESOTO BLVD S & 4TH AVE SE (W) 1:37 P.M. DESOTO BLVD S & 14TH AVE SE (W) 1:49 P.M. EVERGLADES BLVD S & 18TH AVE SE (E)* 1:52 P.M. EVERGLADES BLVD S & 6TH AVE SE(E)* BUS #717 1:05 P.M. SCHOOL: PHOENIX 1:05 P.M. SCHOOL: NEW BEGINNINGS 1:05 P.M. SCHOOL: BEACON 1:15 P.M. IMMOKALEE DR & 19TH ST N* 1:16 P.M. IMMOKALEE DR & MARIANNA WAY 1:18 P.M. EL PASO TRL & EL PASO TRL 1:21 P.M. LAKE TRAFFORD RD & PALM DR (S) 1:22 P.M. LAKE TRAFFORD RD & TITUS LN 1:24 P.M. N 18TH ST & 8TH AVE (W) 1:36 P.M. FARM WORKER WAY & AGRICULTURE WAY BUS #762E 1:05 P.M. SCHOOL: NEW BEGINNINGS 1:05 P.M. SCHOOL: PHOENIX 1:05 P.M. SCHOOL: BEACON 1:33 P.M. 16TH ST NE & 22ND AVE NE 1:35 P.M. 16TH ST NE & JUNG BLVD 1:38 P.M. 16TH ST NE & 14TH AVE NE 1:43 P.M. RANDALL BLVD & VALENCIA LAKES BLVD 1:47 P.M. 8TH ST NE & 24TH AVE NE 1:54 P.M. 8TH ST NE & 14TH AVE NE 1:56 P.M. 8TH ST NE & 10TH AVE NE 2:08 P.M. 3744 RANDALL BLVD BUS #S57E1:05 P.M. SCHOOL: PHOENIX 1:05 P.M. SCHOOL: NEW BEGINNINGS 1:05 P.M. SCHOOL: BEACON 1:23 P.M. 40TH ST NE & 64TH AVE NE 1:25 P.M. 40TH ST NE & 68TH AVE NE 1:33 P.M. EVERGLADES BLVD NE & 54TH AVE NE (W) 1:34 P.M. EVERGLADES BLVD NE & 50TH AVE NE (W) 1:35 P.M. EVERGLADES BLVD NE & 47TH AVE NE (W) 1:37 P.M. EVERGLADES BLVD N & 43RD AVE NE (W) 1:38 P.M. EVERGLADES BLVD N & 39TH AVE NE (W) 1:43 P.M. EVERGLADES BLVD N & 24TH AVE NE (E) 1:47 P.M. EVERGLADES BLVD NE & 39TH AVE NE (E) 1:48 P.M. EVERGLADES BLVD N & 41ST AVE NE (E) 1:51 P.M. EVERGLADES BLVD N & 56TH AVE NE (E) 1:58 P.M. 40TH ST NE & 43RD AVE NE 2:02 P.M. EVERGLADES BLVD NE & 45TH AVE NE (E) EVERGLADES CITY SCHOOL BUS #556 6:46 A.M. 25310 SR 29* 6:58 A.M. 14915 SR 29* 7:08 A.M. 22777 SR 29* 7:09 A.M. 22855 SR 29* 7:09 A.M. 22903 SR 29* 7:10 A.M. 22929 SR 29* 7:19 A.M. WAGON WHEEL RD & BIRDON RD 7:22 A.M. 25500 BIRDON RD @ ENTRANCE TO DRIVEWAY 7:31 A.M. JANES SCENI DR & LAKE GLORIA RD 7:32 A.M. 15959 JANES SCENIC DR 7:36 A.M. CHURCH ST & OLD TRAIN LN 7:38 A.M. JANES SCENIC DR & SEABOARD VILLAGE DR 7:50 A.M. SCHOOL: EVERGLADES CITY SCHOOL BUS #680 6:40 A.M.SWAN WY & PEACOCK LN 6:45 A.M. NEWPORT DR & MORNING STAR CAY 6:47 A.M. NEWPORT DR & ENTRANCE TO PORT OF ISLAND HOTEL 6:48 A.M. CAYS DR & STELLA MARIS DR N 6:52 A.M.WINDWARD CAY & CAY DR 7:06 A.M.32350 TAMIAMI TRL E 7:20 A.M. 18101 CYPRESS TOWER RD OCHOPE 7:33 A.M. TAMIAMI TRL S & TURNER RIVER RD 7:40 A.M. TAMIAMI TRL E & BIRDON RD 7:41 A.M. SATINWOOD DR NAPLES & TAMIAMI TRL E NAPLES 7:43 A.M. 32335 TAMIAMI TRL E* 7:50 A.M. SCHOOL: EVERGLADES CITY SCHOOL BUS #699 7:24 A.M. PLANTATION PKY & PLANTATION DR 7:25 A.M. PLANTATION PKY & EGRET LN 7:36 A.M. MAMIE ST & HAMILTON 7:37 A.M. MAMIE ST & CHOKOLOSKEE DR 7:38 A.M. CHOKOLOSKEE DR & SMALLWOOD DR 7:47 A.M. 815 COPELAND AVE S (E) 7:48 A.M. COPELAND AVE S & PARTNERS CIR 7:50 A.M. SCHOOL: EVERGLADES CITY SCHOOL BUS #556 3:10 P.M. SCHOOL: EVERGLADES CITY SCHOOL 3:25 P.M. JANES SCENI DR & LAKE GLORIA RD 3:26 P.M. 15959 JANES SCENIC DR 3:30 P.M. CHURCH ST & OLD TRAIN LN 3:32 P.M. JANES SCENIC DR & SEABOARD VILLAGE DR 3:32 P.M. 25310 SR 29* 3:40 P.M. WAGON WHEEL RD & BIRDON RD 3:43 P.M. 25500 BIRDON RD @ ENTRANCE TO DRIVEWAY 4:01 P.M. 14915 SR 29* 4:14 P.M. 22777 SR 29* 4:15 P.M. 22855 SR 29* 4:15 P.M. 22903 SR 29* 4:16 P.M. 22929 SR 29* BUS #680 3:10 P.M. SCHOOL: EVERGLADES CITY SCHOOL 3:19 P.M. 32350 TAMIAMI TRL E 3:22 P.M. SATINWOOD DR NAPLES & TAMIAMI TRL E NAPLES 3:26 P.M. TAMIAMI TRL S & TURNER RIVER RD 3:34 P.M. 18101 CYPRESS TOWER RD OCHOPE 3:46 P.M. TAMIAMI TRL E & BIRDON RD 3:49 P.M. 32335 TAMIAMI TRL E* 4:04 P.M. SWAN WY & PEACOCK LN 4:09 P.M. NEWPORT DR & MORNING STAR CAY 4:11 P.M. NEWPORT DR & ENTRANCE TO PORT OF ISLAND HOTEL 4:12 P.M. CAYS DR & STELLA MARIS DR N 4:16 P.M. WINDWARD CAY & CAY DR BUS #699 3:09 P.M. SCHOOL: EVERGLADES CITY SCHOOL 3:21 P.M. MAMIE ST & HAMILTON 3:23 P.M. MAMIE ST & CHOKOLOSKEE DR 3:25 P.M. CHOKOLOSKEE DR & SMALLWOOD DR 3:34 P.M. 815 COPELAND AVE S (E) 3:35 P.M. COPELAND AVE S & PARTNERS CIR 3:39 P.M. PLANTATION PKY & PLANTATION DR 3:41 P.M. PLANTATION PKY & EGRET LN COLLIER COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS BUS SCHEDULE 2014 -2015 5 Immokalee Bulletin A ugust 7, 2014 During the month of August, Collier County’s Domestic Animal Services (DAS) will discount all cat adoptions. Cats can be adopted for just $10, the cost of the Collier County license. Cat adoptions are usually $60. Each adoption includes spay/neuter surgery, vaccinations, county license, and a microchip. A generous donation from a local pet lover made this promotion possible. “We are truly grateful for donations like these,” DAS Director Darcy Andrade said. “Cats generally have a more dif cult time getting adopted than dogs. We hope this promotion will help place more of these furry friends into forever homes,” Andrade added. Adoptable cats can be seen at www.collierpets.com or in person at DAS at 7610 Davis Blvd., Naples, Florida 34104. Adoption hours are Monday through Saturday, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. For more information, call Daniel Christenbury, Public Information Coordinator at 239-252-6957. Donation Results in Adoption Discounts on Cats in August

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SOUTHWEST FLORIDA (August 1, 2014) – Tickets for Love That Dress!, bene ting PACE Center for Girls, are now on sale for $30 per person on-line only at www. LoveThatDress.org. Guests can stake their claim on thousands of deeply discounted new and gently worn dresses and accessories, bid in the lavish silent auctions, and enjoy camaraderie and cocktails with friends at two different Love That Dress! events this y ear from 6-9pm. Guests can shop in Collier County at The Naples Beach Hotel & Golf Club on August 23rd and will have a second opportunity in Lee County at the Embassy Suites Hotel in Estero on August 27th. In preparation for Collier’s ultimate feelgood shopping spree, PACE is seeking dress donations of any kind from wedding gowns to sundresses. Donations will be accepted at the following collection sites from Aug. 1-18: Collier County:  White House Black Market on Fifth: 555 Fifth Avenue South, Naples  White House Black Market at Waterside Shops: 5485 Tamiami Trail North, Naples  True Fashionista’s: 2355 Vanderbilt Beach Rd #178, Naples  Lux Boutique: 4262 Gulf Shore Blvd North, Naples Tickets to Love That Dress! are limited and are only sold on-line at www.lovethatdress.org. Sponsorship and vendor opportunities are still available. “It’s truly the ultimate feel good night out for women where they can shop and enjoy great bargains from Gap to Gucci while spending time with friends,” says Marianne Kearns, Executive Director of PACE Center for Girls, Collier at Immokalee. With the support of presenting sponsor W hite House Black Market and many more generous contributors, Love That Dress! is expected to raise over $75,000 to help abused, neglected and abandoned teenage girls served by PACE. PACE Center for Girls, Inc. is a non-residential delinquency prevention program targeting the unique needs of girls, ages 12 to 18, facing challenges such as abuse, school truancy, academic failure, foster care, exposure to substance use and/or incarcerated parent(s). At PACE, girls nd a supportive environment focusing on their strengths through a gender-responsive approach that centers on the emotional and physical safety of each girl. As a result, PACE reduces the signi cant long term costs associated with teen pregnancy, substance abuse, unemployment and long term economic dependency. For more information, visit www. pacecenter.org. Celebrations .newszap.com/celebrationsEngaged? Just married? Golden anniversary? Birthday? Holiday? New baby? Share your news in print and onlineFor a modest charge, each package includes: and family Submit your good news today at 6 Immokalee Bulletin August 7, 2014 Love That Dress! Tickets on sale no w Donate your dresses throughout Southwest Florida Submitted photoSome of the dresses. Christmas Around the WorldChristmas around the World Parade and Gala Event is the second largest Winter Event in Southwest Florida. The event is DECEMBER 13, 2014 at 5:30 p.m, (Christmas Parade is directly across from The Seminole Casino of Immokalee) and continues immediately after the parade. ”The Snow Gala” begins at the Aquatic Park @ 505 Escambia Street. In August, the Immokalee Chamber of Commerce’s Christmas Committee will announce the Christmas Parade theme and have the entire Christmas Event Packages ready to come to you. If you need additional information on the above, please contact Cherryle Thomas@ 239-657-0080 or Mariela Romero @ 239658-0704.Summer funKids! Get ready for the summer programs at Immokalee South Park, at 418 School Dr.: Movie night August 8; $5.00 Daddy and me dance. School aged dances. We also have space available for rent. For more information and upcoming events feel free to call us at 239-252IMSP(4677).Register for Pop WarnerApply with the Immokalee Seminoles Pop Warner League for Cheer and Football players ages 5-15 for the upcoming sport season. If you would like to register your child you can pick up an application at the Print Shop, 1390 North 15th Street Suite 300 (across the Florida Community Bank) or go online at www.ImmokaleeSeminoles.com. You may register Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at the Print Shop from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Community Briefs

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7 Immokalee Bulletin A ugust 7, 2014 NAPLES (July 24, 2014) –The Boys & Girls Club of Collier County has opened enrollment for after-school programs at its ve site locations: Main Campus (7500 Davis Blvd. Naples, Fla. 34104) Manatee Middle School (1920 Manatee Rd. Naples, Fla. 34114) Tommie Bar eld Elementary School (101 Kirkwood St. Marco Island, Fla. 34145) Immokalee Middle School (401 N Ninth St. Immokalee, Fla. 34142) Immokalee High School (701 Immokalee Dr. Immokalee, Fla. 34142) The Club, which provides after-school programming for youth ages six to 18, has programs which focus on ve core areas: character and leadership development, education and career development, health and life skills, the arts, and sports, tness and recreation. The 2014-2015 after-school programs will begin Aug. 18 and are available each day after school. During the after-school programs, Club members are able to enjoy a variety of enrichment activities such as tutoring and mentoring, vocational and technical training, music and dance, organized sports, STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) programs and more, as well as receive a hot, nutritious meal each day. “The out-of-school hours are a critical time for local youth. The Club offers them a safe place to come each day and provides them necessary tools to achieve success. We’re excited to welcome new and returning Club members to this year’s after-school programs,” said Paul Schultz, Vice President of Operations at the Boys & Girls Club of Collier County. For more information on the after-school programs or to register, please call Sandra Soto at 239-325-1741. The Boys & Girls Club of Collier County (BGCCC) is a non-pro t, youth development organization, which annually serves 3,000 of the most at-risk children and teens in Collier County. The Club provides a safe, positive place where local youth can acquire: academic success, good character and citizenship, and healthy lifestyles. The Boys & Girls Club is dedicated to its mission, which is to enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens. To learn more about the Boys & Girls Club of Collier County or to arrange a tour, call 239-325-1700 or visit www.bgccc.com. Boys & Girls Club of Collier County 2014-2015 after-school programs Submitted photosTaina Williams, Aiyana Glenk, Brenda Mendez and Priscilla Puente. Submitted photosSo a Gutierrez and Amirah Georges practicing ballet at the Boys and Girls Club of Collier County.

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TALLAHASSEE, Fla.— August brings the end of the summer break and the beginning of a new school year in Florida. It’s an ideal time for focusing on child safety, and the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles will do just that by launching its Child Safety Awareness Month. The theme of this inaugural awareness campaign is “Every Child is a Human Caution Sign.” “Whether playing in the yard, riding in the backseat of a vehicle, or waiting at a school bus stop, a child is a human caution sign, “ said Captain Nancy Rasmussen, Chief of Public Affairs for the Florida Highway Patrol. “They are living reminders that we need to slow down, pay attention, and abide by trafc laws for their safety as well as our own.” Each week, DHSMV will focus on different traf c related safety issues involving children, such as seatbelts and child restraints, bicyclist and pedestrian tips, school bus safety, and making sure a child is not behind the v ehicle when backing up. The Department, in partnership with other state agencies, will be distributing safety reminders, such as: Be Alert While Backing  Walk around your vehicle to check for children playing.  Turn off your radio to better hear your surroundings.  Keep your foot on the brake until you completely shift into reverse.  Back out slowly.  Teach children to never play in, on, around, or under vehicles.  Know your vehicle’s blind spots and look again before backing. Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety  While on a bicycle, ride in the same direction as traf c and obey all traf c signs, signals and lane markings.  Always use a headlight and taillight at night.  Pedestrians should use the sidewalk if there is one; if not, walk on the side of the road facing traf c.  Always cross streets where pedestrians are expected, such as corners and crossw alks.  And be visible. Wear bright and re ective colors on your clothes, shoes and/or w ristbands. Bus Safety  Motorists are required to stop when approaching a school bus that is stopped with its red lights ashing and STOP arms extended.  The only time traf c approaching an oncoming school bus does not need to stop, is if there is a raised barrier such as a concrete divider or at least ve feet of unpaved space separating the lanes of traf c.  Motorists should be alert and watch for children especially near schools, bus stops, school buses, and in school parking lots.  At bus stops, children should wait in a safe place away from the road.  Children should never walk behind a bus.  Remember, Stop on Red, kids ahead! Seatbelts and Child Restraints  Buckle up. A seatbelt is your vehicle’s most important safety feature, but it only works if you use it.  Florida law requires the use of seat belts by drivers of motor vehicles and all children riding in a vehicle under the age of 18.  Keep children in the back seat, at least through age 12, if possible. Front seat air bags, when deployed, can be dangerous to children.  A new law taking effect in January 2015 will require children 4 and 5 years of age to ride in a booster seat. To view the Department’s Child Safety Awareness Month video, go to: https://www. youtube.com/watch?v=ykzgp5iwiPU. For more information on this and other safety campaigns sponsored by the DHSMV visit www. hsmv.gov/SafetyTips/, or contact the DHSMV Communication Of ce at (850) 617-3102. The Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles provides highway safety and security through excellence in service, education and enforcement. The Department is leading the way to a safer Florida through the ef cient and professional execution of its core mission: the issuance of driver licenses, vehicle tags and titles and operation of the Florida Highway Patrol. To learn more about DHSMV and the services offered, visit www. hsmv.gov, follow us on Twitter @FLHSMV or nd us on Facebook. HERE’S MY CARDKeep the number of these locally owned businesses on hand for all of your service & shopping needs. Put your card in this space for six weeks for Only $90! Call us at 239-657-6000 or e-mail cbadsales@newszap.com for more info SPAYS & NEUTERS 1/2 PRICE BOARDING LOW COST VACCINATIONS ON SATURDAYCASH PAYMENTS ONLY!SHEWMAKER ANIMAL HOSPITAL1095 N. State Rd. 29 € LaBelle € 863-675-2441IMMOKALEE MOBILE UNIT CLINICNext to the McDonalds € Immokalee € 239-657-2266CLEWISTON MOBILE UNIT CLINICat McDonalds € Clewiston € 863-675-2441Disclaimer: The Patient and any other person responsible for payment has a right to refuse to pay, cancel payment or be reimbursed for payment for any other service, examination or treatment which is performed as a result of and within 72 hours of responding to the advertisement for the free discounted fee or reduced fee service, examination or treatment. SUMMER SPECIAL! 8 Immokalee Bulletin August 7, 2014 Submitted photoThe Guadalupe Center’s Back to School Shoes & Supplies Drive will be held August 11-15 at Snyderman’s Shoes in north Naples. This annual event, sponsored by the Guadalupe Center and Laces of Love, Inc. DMV: Every Child is a Human Caution Sign NAPLES August 4, 2014 — The Guadalupe Center’s Back to School Shoes & Supplies Drive will be held August 11-15 at Snyderman’s Shoes in north Naples. This annual event, sponsored by the Guadalupe Center and Laces of Love, Inc., helps ensure that hundreds of children in Immokalee start the school year off with properly tting shoes and other supplies needed for a healthy successful start to the school year. With the help of employees of Snyderman’s Shoes of Naples and volunteers from Laces of Love, more than 250 Immokalee school children will be out tted with high quality, new shoes for the upcoming school year. Shoes are also brought to the Early Childhood Education Center in Immokalee for distribution throughout the school year. Donated school supplies are used across the wide spectrum of Guadalupe Center’s educational programs. The culmination of this day is a delicious lunch provided for the children by Russell’s Clambake before heading back to Immokalee. The Guadalupe Center thanks all of its partners, including Seminole Casino Immokalee for providing transportation, for their support in this wonderful kick-off to the new school year. To join this effort to provide shoes and supplies for hundreds of children in Immokalee, monetary donations may be made on line at www.guadalupecenter.org or mailed to the Guadalupe Center, 509 Hope Circle Immokalee, FL 34142. New children’s shoes and school supplies may be dropped off at the Guadalupe Resale & Consignment Shop, 8100 Trail Blvd., Naples, on US 41 just south of Vanderbilt Beach Road. The Guadalupe Center is a non-pro t organization focused on helping impoverished families in Immokalee. The mission o f the Guadalupe Center is to break the cycle of poverty by providing educational, social, and other support programs and resources. Laces of Love, Inc. is also a non-pro t organization whose mission is to provide ne w shoes to low income and disadvantaged children of Collier and Lee County, FL.; and to educate the public on the needs of these children. Guadalupe holds Twenty Second annual Back to School Shoe Drive  Our heartbeat can more accurately describe our personality than any other test W e all have unique “heartbeat signatures.”  Men and women who listen to similar music tend to be better communicators and have longer lasting relationships.  Banana is a happy fruit. Eating just one can help relieve irritable emotions, anger and/or depression. Did you know?

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9 Immokalee Bulletin A ugust 7, 2014 Healthcare Network of Southwest Florida (HCN) will have a eld day during National Health Center Week Aug. 10-18 in fact, it w ill double the fun with two eld days. On W ednesday, Aug. 13, HCN will host a family eld day celebration from 11 a.m.-2 p.m., at the Marion E. Fether Medical Center, 1454 Madison Ave. in Immokalee. A Naples celebration will be held from 11 a.m.-2 p.m., Thursday, Aug. 14, at the Golden Gate Community Center, 4700 Golden Gate Parkway. According the HCN Chief Medical Of cer Dr. Scott Needle, the focus of the events will be fun, tness and family. "We want to be our community's provider of choice," Needle explains. "Our doctors do more than just treat diseasewe work w ith patients and their families for better health and healthier lifestyles. Healthcare in the 21st century is about combining technology, science, art, and compassion to help people live happy, healthy, and productive lives, and HCN is ready to meet that challenge for everyone in our community." The celebrations are free and open to the public. Activities will include booths and free health screenings provided by local agencies as well as healthy snacks and eld day events for the kids. Children will receive passport that will be stamped at each eld day event station. Those who complete their passports will be entered into a drawing for back packs, gift cards and gift baskets. Small prizes will be awarded to all participants. One of 1,128 Federally Quali ed Health Centers in the United States, HCN was founded in 1977 to serve Immokalee's migrant farm workers and rural poor. Today, the network has grown to a $35 million network with 330 employees and more than 40 providers serving 14 locations throughout Collier County. Last year, HCN served 39,000 individuals, including 27,000 children, making it the largest single provider of local pediatric care, caring for nearly half the children in Collier County. By providing these families with a "patient centered home," HCN providers are able to follow their patients, ensure necessary treatment and provide preventative education that actually reduces long-term health care costs. HCN does this with a staff of 330, including more than 40 providers serving 14 locations throughout Collier County including the Ronald McDonald Care Mobile. Vital partnerships with academic and philanthropic partners allow HCN to expand its reach thanks to medical students and staf f from Florida State University College of Medicine and the University of Florida College o f Dentistry. HCN to celebrate 2014 National Health Center Week Submitted photo/ Kaydee TuffTwo girls display their favorite prizes during last year’s National Health Center Week activities.Submitted photo/ Kaydee TuffFace painting was a big hit during last year’s National Health Center Week activities.

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AuctionsPublic Auction Aug 23, 2014 9:00 am Immokalee FL (10778 CR 846 Clewiston 7 mi form Immokalee) Tractors, Construction Eq, Farm Eq., and MUCH MORE Consignments Welcome 800-985-5699Terry DeMott Auctioneer FL #AU1833-AB1285 Time to clean out the attic, basement and/or garage? Advertise your yard sale in the classifieds and make your clean up a breeze! Need a few more bucks to purchase something deer? Pick up some extra bucks when you sell your used items in the classifeids. Employment Full Time SALES MGR./GENERAL SALES MGR The ALAN JAY Automotive Network has an immed. opening for an expd. Auto. Sales Mgr. or General Sales Mgr. at our Chrysler / Dodge / Ram / Jeep dealership in Clewiston. Exc. customer-svc., mgmt. & sales skills needed. A terri“c career opportunity w/ the Heartlands premier automotive dealer group. Salary, commission & many, many bonuses avail.! Bene“ts incl. 401K, free gym membership, avail. medical/dental/vision ins. & much more! Clean driving record a must. Pls. forward resum & cover letter to James.lizotte @alanjay.com. EOE / DFWP. MAGNOLIA PACKING INC, a fresh vegetable packing house, is looking for a PRODUCTION SUPERVISOR with three (plus) years produce experience. Must be bi-lingual and be willing to work long hours during the season. Email your resume to royboy01@bellsouth.net DRIVERS: $5,000 Sign-On Bonus! Great Pay! Consistent Freight, Great Miles on this Regional Account. Werner Enterprises: 1-855-517-2488 One mans trash is another mans treasure. Turn your trash to treasure with an ad in the classifieds. Employment Full Time Reading a newspaper helps you understand the world around you. No wonder newspaper readers are more successful people! Employment Full TimeExecutive Assistant to the Chief Financial Of cer United States Sugar is seeking an Executive level Assistant to provide administrative support to the Chief Financial Of cer. Please respond if you have the following: Of ce skills including knowledge of computers (Word, Excel, SAP etc.). Excellent written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills. Be resourceful and able to nd creative solutions for business problems. Possess excellent organizational and time management skills. Demonstrated ability in dealing with sensitive and con dential material. Five plus years of progressive experience in an executive of ce assisting executives in positions where discretion and judgment was required. Excellent compensation package including bonus and full bene ts. 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LACP, VRRP, HSRP• Candidate should be familiar with a basic understanding of GLBP, MPLS, VPLS and BGP Certi cations preferred: CCNA, CCNA Voice, and NET+ Platform experience preferred: Any experience with the following technologies would be advantageous: • Con guration and installation of Cisco Systems IOS routers, switches, wireless and services. • Con guration and support of CUCM and CSACS, Mikrotik, Ubiquiti, AAA, TACACS United States Sugar Corporation is one of America’s largest diversi ed, privately-held agribusiness rms. With 2,100 employee-owners, the Company is headquartered on the southern shore of Florida’s Lake Okeechobee. In addition to growing, milling and re ning cane sugar, U.S. Sugar owns a short line railroad and its Southern Gardens subsidiary is one of Florida’s foremost producers and processors of oranges and orange juice products. 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How fast can your car go? It can go even faster when you sell it in the classifieds. Buying a car? Look in the classifieds. Selling a car? Look in the classifieds. Reading a newspaper provides the opportunity to get involved in your community.No wonder newspaper readers are more popular! Reading a newspaper helps you get more out of life.No wonder newspaper readers have more fun! How do you find a job in todays competitive market? In the employment section of the classifieds 10 Immokalee Bulletin August 7, 2014

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Challenger teamImmokalee is starting its own Challenger division of Little League Baseball. Challenger is for boys and girls ages 4-21 years old that are enrolled in school that would not t into Little League because of mental or physical differences. We will show your child what cooperation, consideration, and teamwork experiences are at their best. Our motto is "Challenged not Defeated". You and your child will make this a worthy experience If you know of anyone that could bene t by this program, please tell them about us. We are counting on you to spread the word. Thank you for listening and informing others. Interested people should call William Trevino 1-239-324-3072 or John Kucko at 1-239-9479943.Democrats to meetThe Democratic Club of Immokalee will meet on Tuesday, August 12, at 6:45 p.m., at Mi Ranchito, 710 W. Main Street, Immokalee, Fl 34142, (239) 657-1766. The club will be discussing the 2014 elections from governor to school board, and other topics concerning Immokalee. Dr. Kathy Ryan will be available for questions regarding her campaign for the School Board. The meetings are open to allBack to school at Allen ChapelThe Immokalee Ministerial Alliance will host its rst Back to School Giveaway on Saturday, August 9, 2014 at 10 a.m. until gone, in front of Allen Chapel A.M.E Church (208 S. 3rd St). Also, Allen Chapel will host a special back to school worship service on August 17 and all teachers, school administrators, students, parents and school staff are invited. This will be held at 11a.m. and our guest speaker is Oliver Phipps.I.H.S. open houseAt Immokalee High School open house you can meet the staff, get Title I information, pick up a class schedule and ll out on-line free and reduced lunch applications. Come Saturday, August 16, 9-11:30 a.m. at the high school court yard and Migrant Center, 701 Immokalee Drive. Call 239-377-1800.Allen Chapel looks forward to back to schoolAllen A.M.E. Chapel would like to invite students, teachers, school administrators and school staff to a special Back-to-School worship service on Sunday, August 17, at 11 a.m. Special guest speaker will be Mr. Oliver Phipps, who is an awesome humorous motivational speaker, and is well a respected assistant principal in Collier County. Join us for ice ream and cake after the service..Also, teachers and students will have the opportunithy to win a variety of restaurant and Wal-Mart gift cards. LunchThe monthly feeding ministry Martha's Kitchen will serve a free,, hot and delicious lunch Saturday, August 9, beginning at noon until the food is gone. "I was hungry and you gave me food." Matthew 25:34. Rev. Lori Snell, Pastor, and Sister Diane Robinson, CoordinatorSign up for Pace Girls CenterNow enrolling. Individual attention. Grades 6-12. No cost to families. Call 239842-5406. Believing in girls. www.Pacve Center.org/collier.Little League clinicParents, now is the time to get your kids signed up for our baseball and softball clinics. Immokalee Little League and Parks and Recreation are partnering up to start a 12week program so your child can learn the basic fundamentals of baseball and softball. Our clinics will begin July 07 till October 04 and will run approximately 12 weeks. The days of the clinics will be on Mondays, Tuesdays and Saturdays, Mon. and Tues. from 6:30-8 p.m. and on Saturdays from 10 a.m.-12 p.m. The ages for our clinic will run from 9 years old to 15 years of age boys or girls. A small fee of $40.00 will be collected at the time of registration. You can register at the Immokalee Sports Complex (Swimming Pool). If you any questions feel free to give us a call at the numbers provided. You will also be able to ll out an application at the Immokalee Sports Complex as well. Call Stephen Herrera 239-658-4071 or William Trevino 239-324-3072 for info. Furniture FURNITURE FOR SALE Sage green and blonde wood/chest of drawers/dresser with mirror/queen headboard and frame-$300 OBO sewing desk that folds to look like a buffet-$40 computer desk-$40 bronze bakers rack/two wood shelves/two wood drawers-$45 entry or couch table-$30 chair with ottoman-$75 OBO I can e-mail you photos if you like.. (239)357-1364 ApartmentsESPERANZA PLACE Affordable 2 & 3 BR Apartments. Energy ef cient appliances, washer/ dryer hook ups, spacious oor plans, community center on site with computer lab for resident use and classes. From access to Carl Kuehner Community Center educational and social programs. Must be farm or grove labor employed. Pay no more than 30% of your households adjusted monthly income for rent and utilities. Call Rental Of ce at 657-2009 Mon-Fri, 8:00AM-5:00PM 2693 Marianna Way, #308 (TDD 1-800-955-8771)Equal Housing Opportunity Provider & Employer Condos/Townhouses RentTRAFFORD PINE ESTATES INC. 2 & 3 BR/1BATH All appliances & low deposit. $450 & up. Call (239)777-2788 When doing those chores is doing you in, its time to look for a helper in the classifieds. Your next job could be in todays classifieds. Did you look for it? Get a quick response to any item you may be selling with a classified ad. Join all the people who say, I sold it in the classifieds.Ž Houses RentFarm Worker Village invites you to come home. Available now 1, 2, 3 & 4 bedroom rental homes, starting as low as $425 per month. You may qualify for Rental assistance. Please Call us at: 239-657-3649 or stop by at 1800 Farm Worker Way. Campers/RVsWanted all Travel Trailers, Motor Homes and Fifth Wheels. Any Condition, Cash paid on the spot. Call 941-347-7171 Public Notice NOTICE IWSD WATER CUSTOMERS TEMPORARY MODIFICATION OF DISINFECTION TREATMENT PROCEDURES Immokalee Water & Sewer District will be temporarily changing the disinfection process for the IWSD potable (drinking water) water supply. From August 11, 2014 to August 25, 2014 IWSD will disinfect the water with free chlorine rather than combined chlorine/ammonia (chloramines). This conversion to chlorine (which is a stronger disinfectant) from chloramines (which is a longer-lasting disinfectant) allows IWSD to perform a water distribution system purge as recommend by the Department of Environmental Protection for water utilities using chloramines as their primary disinfectant. This change will start at 8:00 AM on August 11th and IWSD will then return to the chloramines disinfection process on August 25th at 8:00 a.m. This temporary change in disinfectant does not cause adverse health effects. However, during the period customers may experience a slight increase in the taste, odor and color of the water due to the change in treatment. Customers on kidney dialysis who use a proportioning machine to prepare dialysate at home are advised to contact their equipment supplier or physician take any appropriate steps to accommodate the change in water disinfection and to install the proper ltering devices if needed. Customers who have sh tanks or other aquatic species are advised to contact a pet store to ensure proper pretreatment of the water before adding or changing the water in the tank to avoid any problems associated with chlorine. Customers are asked to call IWSD at (239) 658-3630 with any questions concerning this change in disinfectants. AVISO CLIENTES DEL AGUA de IWSD MODIFICACI"N TEMPORAL DE PROCEDIMIENTOS DE TRATAMIENTO DE DESINFECCI"N El Immokalee Water & Sewer District cambiar temporalmente el proceso de desinfeccin para la bebida de (agua potable) abastecimiento de agua. Del 11 de Agosto de 2014 a hasta el 25 de Agosto del 2014, IWSD desinfectar el echar agua con cloro libre ms bien que cloro/amonaco combinado (chloramines). Esta conversin al cloro (que es un desinfectante ms fuerte) de chloramines (que es un desinfectante ms largo durable) permite que IWSD para realizar una purga de sistema de distribucin de echar agua como recomiendan por el Departamento de Proteccin del Medio Ambiente para utilidades de echar agua usando chloramines como su desinfectante primario. Este cambio comenzar en 8:00 de la maana el 11 de Agosto y IWSD volver entonces al proceso de desinfeccin chloramines el 25 de Agosto en 8:00 de la maana. Este cambio temporal del desinfectante no causa efectos de salud adversos. Sin embargo, durante este perodo los clientes pueden experimentar un aumento leve de savor, olor y color del agua debido al cambio del tratamiento. Clientes en dilisis del rin que usan una mquina que proporciona para preparar dialysate en casa les aconsejan que se pongan en contacto con su proveedor de equipo o mdico y tomen cualquier medida apropiada para acomodar el cambio de la desinfeccin de echar agua e instalar los dispositivos de ltracin apropiados que seyan necesario. A clientes que tienen acuarios u otras especies acuticas les aconsejan ponerse en contacto con una tienda de animales para asegurar el pretratamiento apropiado del agua antes de aadir o cambiar el agua en el tanque para evitar cualquier problema asociado con el cloro. A los clientes le piden que llamen a la o cina del IWSD al (239) 658-3630 con cualquier pregunta acerca de este cambio de desinfectantes. 466661 IB 8/7/2014 Earn some extra cash. Sell your used items in the classifieds Your new home could be in todays paper. Have you looked for it? Business & Service Directory AUCTION ROOFING Metal Roofs Re-Roofs Roof Repairs Seamless Gutters Soffit & Fascia Free Estimates Lic# CCC037019 981 Cowboy Circle Office (863)675-7045 Fax (863)612-1158 Lic#CCC1325950 Of“ce: (863) 675-704 5 1050 Commerce Dr. Suite B. Fax (863) 612-1158 Place Your Ad Online, From the Comfort of Your Home! 11 Immokalee Bulletin A ugust 7, 2014 Community Briefs

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