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Immokalee bulletin

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Title:
Immokalee bulletin
Place of Publication:
LaBelle, FL
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Independent Newspapers of Florida, Patty Brant - Publisher
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2010
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Weekly (published on Thursday)
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English
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v. : ill. ; 44 cm.

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Newspapers -- La Belle (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Immokalee (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Collier County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Immokalee
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26.417801 x -81.416768

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Description based on: Vol. 16, no. 15 (Apr. 17, 1997).

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By Geoffrey Ionescu Immokalee Bulletin The Honor Flight Network is a non-prot organization creating solely to honor Amer icas veterans for all their sacrices. They y veterans to Washington, D.C. to visit and reect at their memorials to honor the ser vice and sacrices of themselves and their friends. Marvin Ruble, a Vietnam Veteran, the Commander of the VFW in LaBelle and the 1st Vice of the American Legion in La Belle was honored by being selected to be on the Collier Honor Flight, Saturday, Oc tober 20. Together with 75 other Veterans, Marvin Ruble ew to Washington to visit the monuments. It was a good, solemn thing for me, Marvin says, at rst I was a little reluctant because I dont feel like a hero, my broth ers that gave their lives are the real heroes. The heroes are on that wall in Washington, those are the real ones. I even got the see the White House and the changing of the guards at the Tomb of the Unknown soldier, that was very impressive, Marvin explains. I was stationed in Germany rst but asked for a transfer to Vietnam. My older brothers had been there and I didnt want Marvin Ruble joins Collier Honor Flight By Jennifer L. Kupiec Specialist, Communications & Community Engagement Collier County Public Schools School safety is something that has been top of mind for all of us here at CCPS this school year and for our families at home. We are grateful for the partnerships that we have with our local law enforcement part ners and our rst responders. They protect our schools, volunteer in our classrooms, and serve as role models for our youth. To our youngest of students, these rst respond ers are like heroes. They see them ght res, rescue those injured, and many times serve as a trusted adult in times of need. So you can imagine the excitement on the faces of our Village Oaks Elementary pre-kindergarten students when they got to meet some of those rst responders live and in person! Fireghters from the Immokalee Fire Department visited the school last week and made quite the impression on our little ones. These local heroes reviewed re safety tips and students were able to see the inner workings of a real live re truck. They also were able to get a look at the safety equip ment the reghters use in an emergency. Everyone at CCPS would like to give a big thank you to Lt. Hughes and Lt. Sumeralls along with reghters Neaudette, Escalan te, Rookard, and Manssuer. The Immoka lee Fire Department has bravely served the community since 1953. They currently have three stations strategically placed through out the 234 square mile area and continue to protect and serve this great community Immokalee Fire Department visits Village Submitted photo/ Jennifer L. Kupiec Members of the Immokalee Fire Department show students inside a re truck. See Ruble Page 2 By Robert Spano Special to the Immokalee Bulletin For many teenagers in Immokalee, their only experience with college is what theyve seen on TV or in movies monotonous pro fessors lecturing from a crowded auditori um, students packing football stadiums on game day, and fraternity or sorority parties that get out of control. Thats not the reality, but how would stu dents know otherwise? Since 2007, students in Guadalupe Cen ters Tutor Corps Program have been granted opportunities to attend pre-college summer experiences to help bridge the gap between high school and college. In 2017, thanks to generous supporters Charles and Bunny Salisbury, this program was expanded to in clude an increased number of students and was formally named the E.G. Salisbury Tutor Corps Summer Academy. This summer, the program sent 25 Immokalee High School students on expense-paid, pre-college sum mer experiences where they lived on cam pus and participated in academic programs ranging from one to six weeks in duration. Students recently gathered with their mentors and Guadalupe Center staff and board members to share their rst college experiences through PowerPoint presenta tions. The evening began with the students popping up out of their seats to declare their many rsts rst time on an airplane, rst time on a college campus, rst time doing their own laundry, rst time away from home. Junior Christal Hidalgo took her rst ight to reach the University of Missouri, and emerged from a second session at the University of Florida certied in CPR. Senior Karen Reyes Santos spent three weeks at Brown University, getting an exclusive look at new software programs being developed in the eld of neuroscience. She joked with the audience that she could now read MRIs and perform the card tricks she had learned. This experience is one that Ill treasure forever and never forget, Santos said. The Guadalupe Centers pre-college summer experience program creates bridge between high school and college See Experience Page 2

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2 Immokalee Bulletin November 1, 2018 Now Accepting New Patients Betsabee Castillo Guerrero, MDCertied by the American Board of PediatricsMedicaid and Most Insurances Accepted. Discounted Fees Based on Income. You can make an appointment with Betsabee Castillo Guerrero, MD by calling 1-844-FHCSWF or 1-844-342-7935. Betsabee Castillo Guerrero, MD is accepting new patients at our First Choice Kidcare ofce located at: 930 S. Main St., LaBelle, FL 33935National Quality Leader Path Excellence in Patient Service Award Winner can help you overcome: Limited assets for a down payment Low credit Income and budget challenges personalized service that helps you get approved, fast decision making, and low that qualify you for key programs like Down Payment and Closing Cost Assistance, where available FCBs comprehensive new website, with a range of free tools that help you get to closing days faster All credit applications are subject to credit and underwriting guidelines and approval. Non-business purposes loan only. NMLS #486539 5936 0917 r Speak to our team at 1-877-313-9103 FCBMortgageCentral.com Homeownership is a dream that FCB can help you make happen, and its easier than you think! fnt b 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.immokaleebulletin.comTo 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 Thursdays publication. E-Mail: ibnews@newszap.comTo Place a Display AdPhone: (239) 657-6000 The deadline for all advertising is 4 p.m. on Fri day for the following Thursdays publication E-mail: cbadsales@newszap.comBilling DepartmentE-mail: billteam@newszap.comTo Place a Classied AdCall 1 -877 353-2424 to place it from home or go to www.newszap.comFor SubscriptionsPhone: 1-800-282-8586 Visit immokaleebulletin.com or email readerservices@newszap.com.StaffPublisher: Katrina Elsken Group Advertising Manager: Jamie Limoges News and Ad Services: Dale Conyers Advertising Services: Barbara CalfeeOur PurposeThe Immokalee Bulletin 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 prot margins below industrystan dards. All after-tax surpluses are reinvested in Indepen dents mission of journalistic service, commitment to the ideals of the First Amendment of the U.S. Consti tution, and support of the communitys deliberation of public issues.We Pledge 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 conicts of interest or potential conicts 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. 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I en-US spent thirteen months in Vietnam as a comen-US -en-US bat engineer and a year in Korea after that.en-US When we came home from visiting the en-US monuments in Washington we received en-US such a warm welcome I couldnt believe it. en-US Especially seeing my three little grandbabies en-US after a day like that.en-US I didnt really know people liked us, been-US -en-US cause when we came back from Vietnam, en-US we did not receive such a warm welcome. en-US We got spit on and called all sorts of names. en-US This Honor Flight really helped me get cloen-US -en-US sure. Of course in a way, you never get cloen-US -en-US sure from something like that, but the way en-US they treated us that day really made me feel en-US like I actually was a hero. en-USRubleen-USContinued From Page 1 en-USfriendships I made I will always rememen-US-en-US ber, and the kindness I was shown by both en-US Brown and the Guadalupe Center is one that en-US I hope to reect every day.en-US Students visited Brown University, Unien-US -en-US versity of Missouri, Syracuse University, en-US Florida Gulf Coast University, Marquette Unien-US -en-US versity and other prestigious institutions to en-US study business, medicine, leadership, engien-US-en-US neering, forensic science and other potential en-US college majors. Summer sessions also gave en-US students lessons in the basics of college life, en-US time management and stepping out of ones en-US comfort zone.en-US Exposing our Tutor Corps students to en-US higher education can be a life-changing en-US moment for them, said Dawn Montecalvo, en-US Guadalupe Center president. Senior Chrisen-US -en-US tian Sorianno-Reyes thought he would enjoy en-US a career in forensic science, and his stay at en-US Syracuse rmly cemented that belief.en-US I left my comfort zone and set off on a en-US journey of a lifetime, he said. I now know en-US that this is exactly what I want to do in colen-US -en-US lege and in life.en-US Gisselle Hernandez, a junior, attended en-US the University of Florida for two weeks. Alen-US -en-US though her studies focused on the College en-US of Medicine, students also learned to be en-US careful online because potential employers en-US will Google job applicants and review their en-US social media posts. Hernandez, who also en-US attended University of Missouri, shared the en-US most valuable lesson she learned on her colen-US -en-US lege visits.en-US During one of our daily discussion en-US sessions, we heard from a man who had en-US grown up in poverty and had a rough life, en-US but he took his chances and got to the top, en-US and now he is a professor at the University en-US of Missouri, Hernandez said. I know now en-US that I could do the same.en-US For more information, please call 239-en-US 657-7711 or visit GuadalupeCenter.org.en-US Robert Spano is vice president of proen-US -en-US grams for Guadalupe Center in Immokalee, en-US a nonprot organization with a mission of en-US breaking the cycle of poverty through eduen-US cation for the children of Immokalee. en-USExperienceen-USContinued From Page 1

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November 1, 2018 Immokalee Bulletin 3 We are a Medicaid plan based close to where you live and work. VividaHealth.com Local doctors in charge of your care. Friendly, helpful customer service. Caring support network. Celebrate pumpkin season with Decadent Pumpkin Bars, our Pumpkin Roll Cake, and pumpkin pie.The taste of togetherness The taste of togetherness 9.85 x 3 en-USManuel Hernandez-Jimenez, 24, was aren-US rested for whipping a child with a cord. The arrest report shows detectives ob en-USserved lash marks and a small bump on the en-UStop of the childs head and a large one on the en-US back of her head. Hernandez-Jimenezs land lord reported hearing Hernandez-Jimenez hit ting the girl. CCSO said, based on the evidence, that Hernandez-Jimenez punished the child for wetting her pants and may have caused seri en-US-en-US ous injuries to her skull.en-US Hernandez-Jimenez told deputies he and en-US the child came to the United States six months en-US ago from Guatemala. He said the mother en-US could not come with them because he did en-US not have enough money to pay for the illegal en-US travel.en-US Hernandez-Jimenez is currently being held en-US in the Collier County jail on a $100,000 en-USbond. 24 year old Immokalee man en-USarrested for beating child en-USFarm City BBQen-USThe Farm City BBQ of Collier County is en-US pleased to announce that the annual barbeen-US -en-US que will be hosted by the Seminole Casino en-US Hotel on Wednesday, en-US November 21 from en-US 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.men-US. at the Seminole en-US Casino Hotel in Immokalee. With deep roots en-US in Collier Countys business and agricultural en-US community, the annual Farm City BBQ has en-US become a favorite Thanksgiving tradition en-US that has raised more than $400,000 for local en-US non-prot organizations. For more informaen-US -en-US tion, visit www.FarmCityBBQ.com.en-USCelebrate Fall at Big Cypress Vermont has its leaf-peepers. Munich has Oktoberfest. Here in South Florida, we cel en-USebrate the arrival of fall with swamp walks en-US in the Big Cypress. Join us October 27 and en-US 28 at Clyde Butchers Big Cypress Gallery to en-US take a walk on the wild side South Florida style and support environmental educa tion programs for local school kids. Celebrated photographer Clyde Butcher en-USand his wife Niki host a fall festival each year at their Big Cypress Gallery. Community Briefs

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4 Immokalee Bulletin November 1, 2018 en-USChampions For Learning is proud to anen-US nounce the Golden Apple Teacher Recogni tion Programs 2018-2019 Teachers of Dis tinction. Each school put forward a teacher en-USand best practice to highlight on behalf of en-US their school. From this group of Teachers of en-US Distinction, Champions For Learnings com munity-based selection committee will iden tify six (6) teachers to highlight as Golden en-USApple recipients. In addition to a $250 cash award and multiple celebration activities, the Teachers en-USof Distinction representing 55 schools, will en-US have the opportunity to share their ideas en-US and practices across the county with their en-US colleagues and the community through this process. With a vision of a community that en-USis 100% engaged in support of student sucen-US -en-US cess, Champions For Learning creates open-US -en-US portunities for educators that support high en-US impact learning experiences for every child.en-US The Teachers of Distinction and the Golden-US -en-US en Apple recipients will be honored at the en-US 29th Annual Golden Apple Celebration of en-US Teachers Dinner presented by Suncoast en-US Credit Union on March 29, 2019, at the Naen-US-en-US ples Grande Beach Resort.en-US Wed like to thank our Presenting Sponen-US -en-US sor, Suncoast Credit Union for all of the supen-US -en-US port they provide educators and students. en-US We would also like to thank additional Golden-US -en-US en Apple Major Sponsors: CenturyLink, en-US Conditioned Air, eBella Magazine, Mary en-US Ingram Fund of the Columbus Foundation, en-US Moorings Park, Naples Daily News and NBC-en-US 2 Waterman Broadcastingen-US Opportunities to sponsor a school to en-US attend the event are available. For more inen-US -en-US formation on event sponsorships and ticket en-US sales go to www.ChampionsForLearning.en-US org/GAen-US About Champions For Learningen-US Champions For Learning, the educaen-US -en-US tion foundation in Collier County, is an indeen-US-en-US pendent, community-based, non-prot 501 en-US (c) (3) organization that creates life-changen-US -en-US ing learning experiences for every student. en-US With a vision of a community that is 100% en-US engaged in support of student success, en-US Champions For Learning serves a unique en-US role in bringing the community together to en-US support a culture of learning and innovation. en-US The organization has been awarded a four-en-US star rating for sound scal management and en-US commitment to accountability and transen-US -en-US parency by Charity Navigator and has been en-US ranked among one of the top 50 education en-US foundations in a national study. Become en-US a Champion for Learning and visit www.en-US ChampionsForLearning.org.en-US About Suncoast Credit Union en-US Suncoast Credit Union is the largest cred en-USit union in the state of Florida, the eighth largest in the United States based on mem en-USbership, and the 12th largest in the United en-US States based on its more than $9.2 billion in en-US assets. Chartered in 1934 as Hillsborough en-US County Teachers Credit Union, Suncoast Credit Union currently operates 66 full-ser en-USvice branches and serves more than 790,000 en-US members in the following Florida counties: en-US Charlotte, Citrus, Collier, DeSoto, Dixie, Gilchrist, Glades, Hardee, Hendry, Hernan en-USdo, Highlands, Hillsborough, Lee, Levy, Manatee, Marion, Pasco, Pinellas, Polk, Sara en-USsota and Sumter. Since its founding in 1990, en-US the Suncoast Credit Union Foundation has en-US raised and donated more than $22 million to en-US organizations and initiatives that support the en-US health, education and emotional well-being of children in the communities that the cred en-USit union serves. For more information, visit: en-US suncoastcreditunion.com, Facebook.com/ SuncoastCreditUnion or @SuncoastCU. Give Me a Call to advertise your business here! 239-657-6000 HELLO Immokalee! My Business Is... ...Introduce yourself to new customers in our next local shopping guide! Its a great way to showcase your products and services to consumers who care about keeping our community vibrant and strong by supporting local businesses like yours,Ads are just $35Call Ana at 239.657.6000 today, and let us start spreading the word about your business. 107 W. Main St. Immokalee, FL (Across from Mimis Pinatas) HOURS: Monday-Fri 9:30am to 7pm Sat10am4pm We accept All Insurances. Lowest prices in town. New Pharmacy. Have Medical Supply (wheelchairs, walkers, canes etc). Se Habla Espaol AUTO HOME COMMERICAL BOAT RV Phone (239) 657.3614 Fax (239) 657.6468 Email Karen@bhins.com 711 West Main Street, Immokalee, Florida 34142 www.bhins.com Se habla Espanol LOW DOWN PAYMENTS LOW MONTHLY PAYMENTS We make sure youre always with the best company! WE SHOP FOR YOU! Over 25 Dierent companies Champions For Learning Announces Collier County Teachers of Distinction

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November 1, 2018 Immokalee Bulletin 5 HELLO Immokalee! My Business Is......Introduce yourself to new customers in our next local shopping guide! Its a great way to showcase your products and services to consumers who care about keeping our community vibrant and strong by supporting local businesses like yours,Ads are just $35Call Ana at 239.657.6000 today, and let us start spreading the word about your business. 107 W. Main St. Immokalee, FL (Across from Mimis Pinatas) HOURS: Monday-Fri 9:30am to 7pm Sat10am4pm We accept All Insurances. Lowest prices in town. New Pharmacy. Have Medical Supply (wheelchairs, walkers, canes etc). Se Habla Espaol Now New Patients Same Day Appointments Enjoy the ultimate exibility, freedom and higher level of service. Whether its a wellness checkup or a sick visit, we can see you today! 13214 Palm Beach Blvd. Fort Myers, FL 33905 239-694-7887 MondayFriday Open 8 A.M. P.M. 4881 Palm Beach Blvd, Ste 100 Fort Myers, FL 33905239-693-9191MondayFriday 8 A.M. P.M. Now Open Saturday 9 A.M. P.M.FEELING ILL?OUR FORT MYERS OFFICE CAN SEE YOU www. MillenniumPhysician.com WALK-INS WELCOME ON SATURDAYS! UF|IFAS OPEN HOUSE November 15, 2018 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. (Lunch served 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.) You are invited to an open house at the University of Florida/IFAS Southwest Florida Research and Education Center. Enjoy casual tours of our laboratories, guided trolley tours of our farm facilities and educational science demonstrations. 2685 SR 29 North, Immokalee, FL 34142 Please RSVP to Jennifer Derleth at 239-658-3400 or jderleth@u.edu Los medicos habla Espaol. Walk-in patients are welcome! Gabriels House of Care Beacon ChiropracticChiropractic Adjustment 212 S. 1st Street, Immokalee, FL 34142 Dr. Gerardo Alfaro, Jr. 239-298-6031We accept most Medicare, United Healthcare, & Aetna insurance. $40Dr. Christina Carrillo & Dr. Patricia Schwarz 239-657-0000Acupuncture Physical Therapy CuppingLaser Therapy Massage TherapyEar Seeds I-75/Alligator Alley Southbound Rest Area (mile marker 63): Construction proj ect: Motorists should expect the southbound rest area closed from Wednesday, October 17 through Friday, November 9 while crews resurface the roadway and upgrade the wa ter system at the rest area. The contractor is West Construction, Inc. I-75 from Alligator Alley (mile mark er 61) to mile marker 146 (just north of SR 78, exit 143): Construction proj ect: Work is underway to replace 24 Dy namic Message Signs. Project is currently in the testing phase. No lane closures are anticipated at this time. Estimated project completion is fall 2018. The contractor is Horsepower Electric, Inc. US 41 from Shadowlawn Drive to Commercial Drive: Maintenance permit project: Motorists should expect intermittent northbound lane closures during nighttime/ overnight hours from 7 p.m. to 6 a.m. week days, while crews perform underground utility work, weather permitting. Motorists should use caution as crews work in the roadway. US 41 from Golden Gate Parkway to Orchid Drive: Maintenance permit proj ect: Motorists should expect intermittent southbound lane closures during night time/overnight hours from 7 p.m. to 6 a.m. weekdays, while crews replace a driveway, weather permitting. Motorists should use caution as crews work in the roadway. US 41 from Pine Ridge Road to Sandpine Drive: Construction proj ect: Crews will be placing sidewalk, drain age structures and lighting on the east side of US 41. Crews will also re-surface the inter section of US 41 and Pelican Bay Boulevard. Work occurs during day-time and nighttime hours. Motorists should expect intermittent lane closures through the duration of the project during nighttime/overnight hours from 7 p.m. to 6 a.m. Drivers should use caution traveling in this area. Estimated completion is fall 2018. The contractor is American Lighting & Sig nalization, Inc. US 41 from Habitat Drive to SR 951/ Collier Boulevard: Maintenance per mit project: Motorists should expect in termittent southbound lane closures during daytime hours week-days, while crews perform underground utility work, weather permitting. Motorists should use caution as crews work in the roadway. SR 84/Davis Boulevard at New Hope Ministries Church : Maintenance permit project: Motorists should expect intermit tent westbound lane closures during day time hours weekdays, while crews update pedestrian areas near the roadway, weather permitting. Motorists should use caution as crews work in the roadway. Collier County Road Watch

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6 Immokalee Bulletin Thursday, November 1, 2018 Keiths Towing 903 Alachua St. Immokalee, FL 34142 239-657-5741 Auction Date: 11/12/18 @ 9 a.m. 2017 Harley Davidson VIN#1HD1MCC16HB861082 Auctions Auctions A.Duda & SonsA.Duda & Sons has a great opportunity for the following positions at its Moore Haven and LaBelle Farms. Looking for a dependable team player. Tractor Drivers Backhoe Operator Forklift Operator Mechanic or Helper Duda offers great benefits and candidate must be able to successfully pass a drug/back ground screening. Apply in person: A.Duda & Sons 12250 S. SR 29 Felda, FL 33930 Gate #4 Employment Full Time Employment Full Time CDL-A Drivers: Its The Season for LOCAL SUGAR CANE! Earn Big $$$ + Bonuses & Get Home Nightly. $500 Referral Bonus. Limited Positions. 6 mos. Exp. in last 3 yrs. Req. Call Oakley Today! 888-598-9408 Employment Full Time Employment Full Time LEGAL NOTICEFriday, November 30, 2018 has been set as the date for the Collier County State Legislative Delegations public hearing on local bills. The public hearing will convene at 9:00am at the North Collier Regional Park located at 15000 Livingston Road, Naples, FL 34109. The delegation will recess at 11:30am and reconvene at 2:00pm and will last until the completion of the agenda. All proposals for local bills must be presented at the hearing and drafted in bill form. Ten (10) copies (NO staples) of the local bill must be submitted to the office of State Representative Bob Rommel located at the Collier Government Center, Building F, 3299 Tamiami Trail E., Suite 304, Naples, FL 34112 no later than noon on Thursday, November 15, 2018. If you have any questions or would like to be placed on the delegation hearing agenda, please contact Rep. Rommel at (239) 417-6200 or email Priscilla Grannis at Priscilla.Grannis@myfloridahouse.gov no later than November 9, 2018. 294826 IB 11/01/2018 Public Notice Public Notice 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 Ofce: (863) 675-7045 1050 Commerce Dr. Suite B. Fax (863) 612-1158 R oo ng R oo ng Gar age/ Ya rd Sales NAPLES The Waterways of Naples, Sat. Nov. 3rd, 8am-1pm. Community Garage Sale! Waterways is located on corner of Immokalee Road & Oil Well Road (by the fair grounds) Employment Full Time FARM WORKERS Planting, cultivating & h arvesting crops, 39 hrs/wk 7:30 AM-4:30 PM. 12.05/hr. Overtime time & after 60 hrs. 4 Temp. Jobs March-mid-Dec. Pine Valley Farms guarantees to offer the worker work for at least of the workdays of the contract period. Transportation & subsistence expenses to worksite provided upon completion of 50% work contract. Housing provided for those living a long distance from permanent residence. Tools provided at no cost. Three month exp. required on tree farm.Call farm, Sykesville, MD (410-795-8314) between 9 AM-Noon for an appointment. Or apply for this job at the local State Workforce Agency using Job listing #891406 Tel. #410-386-2820 Business Opportunities NOTICE Independent Newspa pers will never accept any advertisement that is illegal or consid ered fraudulent. In all cases of questionable value, such as promises of guaranteed income from work-athome programs if it sounds too good to be true, chances are that it is. If you have questions or doubts about any ad on these pages, we advise that before responding or sending money ahead of time, you check with the Better Business Bureau at 772878-2010 for previous complaints. Some 800 and 900 telephone numbers may require an extra charge, as well as long distance toll costs. We will do our best to alert our reader of these charges in the ads, but occasionally we may not be aware of the charges. Therefore, if you call a num ber out of your area, use caution. No wonder newspaper readers earn more!saves you money by providing information about the best buys. READING A NEWSPAPER... Houses Rent Farm Worker Villageinvites 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 / RVs Wanted all Travel Trailers, Motor Homes and Fifth Wheels. Any Condition, Cash paid on the spot Call 954-595-0093 Reading a newspaper helps you plan your time wisely.No wonder newspaper readers enjoy life more! Reading a newspaper makes you a more informed and interesting person.No wonder newspaper readers are more successful! Reading a newspaper leads you to the best products and services.No wonder newspaper readers earn more money! 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! Reading a newspaper helps you understand the world around you.No wonder newspaper readers enjoy life more!2x2 Classified Fillers Give us a call to advertise your business! 239-657-6000 After School Program open Immokalee South Park, 418 School Drive, has an After School Program, Monday Friday from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. We have homework help, games, arts and crafts and more, plus snacks will be provided. Sign up today! Call (239) 252-4677 for more info. iCoArts Fall Festival 2018 set iCoArts a nonprot program in Im mokalee (FL) that offers teens the opportu nity to explore, develop and hone their inner strength, creativity and unique abilities to improve the quality of their lives, their fami lies and community announces their rst annual Immokalee Fall Festival, set for 12/ noon to 4 p.m. on Saturday, November 3 at the Impact Center, 1400 N 15th Street, Immokalee (beside Florida Community Bank). This free family fun day features: Live music and entertainment Pie eating contest BBQ and drinks Pumpkin carving Arts and crafts Treasure hunt For more information on the iCoArts Im mokalee Fall Festival, including sponsorship and vendor opportunities, please email iCoArts.Florida@gmail.com, or call 239.841.4044. Online at: https://1by1leader shipfoundation.org/ico-arts/ Christmas Around the World Parade and Snow Gala The Immokalee Chamber of Commerce (ICOC) is hosting the Annual Christmas Around the World Parade and Snow Gala on Dec. 8 starting at 5:30 p.m. All the appli cations for the parade, Little Mr. and Ms. Snowake, vendors for the Snow Gala at the Park and Recreation eld, and the 5th Annu al Lighting of the Christmas Tree at Zocalo Plaza are available NOW at the Immokalee Chamber of Commerce Ofce-1255 North 15th Street, Suite #3 in Immokalee. For de tails and applications contact Cherryle Thomas at 239-657-0080. Christmas Tree Lighting to be held The Fifth Annual Christmas Tree Light ing will take place on Thursday, Nov. 29 starting at 6 p.m. at the Immokalee Zo cala Plaza, 107 First Street, Immokalee, FL. There will be Santas Personal Mail Drop Station, live performances, photo props for pictures with Santa, refreshments from the North Pole and the Coronation of the Little Mr & Miss Snowake. Decorations for the event donated by the Seminole Casino Ho tel. For more info contact Leonor Montelon go at 239-252-4677. Community Briefs

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November 1, 2018 Immokalee Bulletin 7 El Distrito Uno del Departmento de Transporte de Florida (FDOT) celebrar una audiencia pblica para debatir el Estudio de Desarrollo y Ambiente del Proyecto de la SR 29 (PD&E) en el Condado de Collier, Florida. El rea de estudio se encuentra a lo largo de la SR 29 existente desde Oil Well Road hasta el sur de la SR 82. Esta audiencia pblica se lleva a cabo para dar a las personas interesadas la oportunidad de expresar sus criterios acerca de la ubicacin; diseo conceptual; y consecuencias sociales, econmicas y ambientales de las mejoras propuestas. La audiencia pblica se celebra el jueves 15 de noviembre de 2018 en Career Source Southwest Florida, 750 South 5th Street, Immokalee, Florida. La audiencia comenzar como una jornada de puertas abiertas a las 5:00 P.M. con una presentacin formal a las 6:00 P.M. En caso de producirse una tormenta tropical o huracn, la otra fecha de audiencia es el 29 de noviembre de 2018 a la misma hora y en el mismo lugar. El estudio propone mejoras a la SR 29 desde Oil Well Road hasta el sur de la SR 82 en el Condado de Collier. El estudio PD&E aportar un diseo conceptual para la aceptacin de #2. Esta proporciona una seccin tpica de 4 sendas dividida con sendas de circulacin que varan de 11 pies a 12 pies de ancho. El derecho de va, el tipo y ancho de la faja central y las adaptaciones para bicicletas y peatones varan a lo largo de la alternativa de construccin. A partir de las 5:00 P.M. los presentes pueden ver los planos de opciones recomendadas en el anteproyecto en fotografas areas, hacer preguntas y hacer comentarios a los representantes del FDOT. La audiencia pblica formal comienza a las 6:00 P.M. Un moderador de la audiencia ofrecer comentarios introductorios y a continuacin se exhibirn unas diapositivas para ilustrar el proyecto. Durante el receso, los presentes pueden apuntarse para hacer comentarios verbales. Los que no desean hablar pueden presentar comentarios por escrito o hablar directamente con la taqugrafa. Los documentos del anteproyecto estarn a la disposicin para su revisin del 25 de octubre hasta el 26 de noviembre de 2018 en la Biblioteca Filial de Immokalee situada en 417 N 1st Street. Las horas de apertura de la biblioteca son de 11 A.M. a 7:00 P.M. los lunes y jueves; de 9:00 A.M. a 5:00 P.M. los martes, mircoles y viernes; y cierra los sbados y domingos. Los del FDOT situada en 10041 Daniels Parkway, Fort Myers, FL 33913. El horario del FDOT es de 8:00 A.M. a 5:00 P.M. de lunes a viernes. Los documentos del anteproyecto estn a la disposicin en la pgina del proyecto en www.SR29Collier.com. Las mejoras propuestas requieren una franja de terreno del Immokalee Airport Park propiedad del Condado de Collier y el Immokalee Airport Conservation Easement que gestiona la Comisin de Conservacin de Peces, Flora y Fauna de Florida. Como parte del proceso de desarrollo del proyecto y de acuerdo con el Artculo 4(f) de la Ley del Departamento de Transporte de 1966, el FDOT busca comentarios y opiniones de la poblacin, las partes actividades, caractersticas y atributos de estos recursos, as como las opciones de mitigacin en consideracin para los impactos propuestos. El FDOT se propone hacer una determinacin de impacto mnimo de acuerdo con el Artculo 4(f) para estos recursos. El FDOT solicita la participacin de la poblacin independientemente de la raza, color, origen nacional, edad, gnero, religin, discapacidad o estado civil. Los que requieran adaptaciones especiales de conformidad con la Ley de Norteamericanos con Discapacidades o las personas que necesiten servicios de traduccin (gratis) debern comunicarse con Cynthia Sykes, Coordinadora del Ttulo VI del Distrito Uno llamando al (863) 519-2287 o por correo audiencia. Si necesita ms informacin acerca de este proyecto en espaol, por favor comunquese con (863) 519-2250. El estudio ambiental, la consulta y otras acciones que exigen las leyes ambientales federales aplicables a este Proyecto se llevan o se han llevado a cabo por parte del FDOT de Audiencia pblica Estudio de Desarrollo y Ambiente del Proyecto de la SR 29 de Oil Well Road al sur de la SR 82 www.SR29Collier.com CareerSource Southwest Florida Hora: 5:00 P.M. jornada de puertas abiertas 6:00 P.M. Disertacin Fecha: Jueves, 15 de noviembre de 2018 Lugar: CareerSource Southwest Florida 750 South 5th Street Immokalee, Florida 34112conformidad con 23 U.S.C. y un Memorando de Entendimiento con fecha 14 de diciembre de 2016 y celebrado por la Administracin Federal de Carreteras y el FDOT. Si ou ta renmen resevwa enfmasyonsa-a an Kreyl, tanpri kontakte Jimmy Vilce nan Depatma Transpotasyon Eta Florid, nan (863) 519-2311. Ubicacin de la reunin FPID No: 417540-1-22-01 AVE MARIA Ave Maria announces a weekly farmers market to be held every Sat urday from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. from November 4, through April 27, 2019 in the Ave Maria Town Center. The outdoor market is open to the public and will feature several differ ent vendors which may include fresh locally grown produce and citrus, fresh seafood, Italian breads, local honey, soaps, candles, oils, jewelry, crafts, owers, hats, handbags, clothing and more. The market will be held in conjunction with SW Florida Markets, LLC. The farmers market is a great opportu nity for both residents and visitors to support local vendors and also to enjoy a beautiful day in Ave Maria, comments Andrea Mc Lendon, marketing director for Barron Col lier Companies, the developer of Ave Maria. The Town Center of Ave Maria also includes several businesses, shops, and restaurants. Ave Maria Development schedules free events open to the public throughout the year and an event calendar can be found on line at www.avemaria.com.com Ave Maria is Collier Countys newest hometown neighborhood with new home sales from three buildersCC Homes, Del Webb, and Pulte Homes, as well as an array of amenities including an onsite waterpark, Panther Run Golf Club, tennis and bocce courts, Town Center shopping and din ing, Publix grocery market, private schools and University, and sports elds and play grounds. Twenty model homes are open daily with prices ranging from the low $200s to over $500s. About and Directions Ave Maria has been named 2018, 2017, 2016 and 2015 Community of the Year, the Top Selling Single-Family Home Community in Southwest Florida for the past ve years, a Top 35 Master Planned Community in the United States and its active adult community, Del Webb Naples, has been named a Top 20 Places to Retire. Located in southwest Flor ida, minutes from the beaches and cultural attractions of Naples, Ave Maria is a self-sus taining town including highly-rated schools, shopping and dining, employment opportu nities, parks and recreation, and more. At its build out, the town will include up to 11,000 residences, and 1.7 million square feet of retail, ofce, and business park uses in its 4,000 acres. Ave Maria is located at the inter section of Oil Well and Camp Keais Roads in Eastern Collier County. The main entrance, on Oil Well just west of Camp Keais, leads to the Town Center. Take I-75, exit 111, follow the signs east to Ave Maria, approximately 20 minutes. For more information, please visit www.avemaria.com or call 239-3523903. Farmer Market Saturdays start this weekend in Ave Maria Donate Christmas Ornaments LABELLE Get your creative juices ow ing and donate your nished ornaments to The Barron Park House Gallery from Nov. 1 until Dec. 15 All ornaments donated will be displayed and sold throughout the months of November and December. All proceeds will help support the Arts of the Inland and The Barron Park House Gallery. 471 N Lee St, LaBelle. For information, call Barbara Swift 863-484-2005. Theatre group seeks help Are you interested in helping behind the scenes at the Firehouse Community The atre in LaBelle? The following positions are needed: Stage Managers, Back Stage Assis tants, Set Designers, Directors, Lighting & Sound Technicians, Props, Costume Design, Concessions, Ushers. Any volunteer-time is greatly appreciated! There are talented people in our community that can help, so please call the theatre and leave a message with your contact information. Be part of the arts in our community! Call (863)-6753066 or write to the theatre at: P.O. Box 958, LaBelle, FL 33975 or stop by the theatre to check it out: 241 N. Bridge St., LaBelle. Attention All 6th Graders! Join us for a day of fun and adventure at Lake Trafford On Saturday, November 3 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Space is limited so reserve your spot by calling: (239) 238-3094. Atencin todos los estudiantes del sexto grado! Ven a disfrutar un da lleno de diversin y aventura en la Laguna! sbado 3 de noviembre 9 a.m. to 2 p.m Reserva tu lu gar llamando a la ocina de Dreamcatchers. Lott Carey NBCA The goal of this project is to provide outreach and recovery coordination in un derserved immigrant communities of Lee, Collier and Monroe counties. The following services are free of charge and will be provid ed: Mental health outreach, awareness and support (through daycare staff) and family resiliency workshops. Mold awareness as it is related to housing and health. Disaster Preparedness Training public awareness program (Be Red Cross ready and sound the alarm events primarily through church es, community centers, and etc.) Disaster Preparedness with emphasis on children. Referrals will be made to case management agencies as needed for all services. Irma assistance is still available Please call Lott CareyNBCA Disaster Network at (239) 2939848 for more information. Thanksgiving Food Drive: Join the Florida Highway Patrol in collect ing food October 24, through November 16, for families in need this Thanksgiving. For more info contact Lt. Gregory S. Bueno at GregBueno@hsmv.gov (239-225-9605) for additional details or arrangements: Community Briefs

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