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BY DAN HILDEBRAN
Two grandchildren of a 71-year-old
Keystone Heights woman tried des-
perately to save her after realizing her
home was on fire.
Geraldine Helen Gulley died early
Dec. 6 after her mobile home on 7169
Coe Drive was destroyed by fire.
The victim's daughter Debra Hall
said the evening before the tragedy,
she, along with Gulley, visited a sis-
ter of Hall's at an area hospital. The
hospitalized 47-year-old lived with her
mother on Coe Drive.
Hall then dropped her mother off at
the Highridge Estates home, then left
for her own Lake City residence. .
Later, around midnight, one of Gul-
ley's granddaughters who lived next
door to the 71-yettr-old was returning
from a date when she spotted flames
coming from her grandmother's trailer.
BY DAN HILDEBRAN
Teacher Mrs. Allen from the Concerned Citizens after-school club and students/elves Daquan Jackson
and Jeremiaih Crum were festive float-riders in the Starke Christmas, parade. For more on the very well
attended parade,, see inside.
She, along with her sister, grabbed
a water hose to try to extinguish the
flames while the fiance of one of the
women attacked the fire with an ex-
tinguisher. The two women, ages 20
and 22, along with the fiance, could not
reach the woman through the doors be-
cause flames had overtaken the hallway
leading to the bedroom. The fiance
then tried to break through the bed-
room windows and cut his hand in the
attempt. But they could not reach the
An investigator for the state fire mar-
shal's office, said dispatchers received
a call about the fire at 12:49 a.m., but by
the time firefighters arrived at the scene,
the home was fully involved. He added
that an overuse of extension cords ap-
peared to be the cause of the blaze.
"The home was drawing power
from the neighbor's house," said State
Fire Marshal Investigator Andy Red-
ding. "There were four extension cords
stretched throughout the home."
The investigator added that exten-
sion cords are not designed to be a per-
manent conduit for residential power
supply. and that over time, items ~may
get piled onto the cords. He also said
a drop in temperatures likely put an ad-
ditional load on one of the cords and it
could not adequately dissipate the heat.
Tuesday morning, Hall along with
other family members, walked around
the perimeter of yellow tape investiga
tors erected around the home, peering
into the charred remains and recalling
memories of their loved one.
Hall said that when she left her troth-
er around 6:30, Monday night, Gulley
expressed concern about Hall's long
commute back to Columbia County.
"She told me to be careful," recalled
the daughter, "and she told me she
The Florida Commission on Ethics
dismissed a complaint against Starke
City Clerk Linda Johns Dec. 2.
Lee Sparks, owner of the Florida
Theater, filed the complaint in 2009.
He alleged the clerk allowed her son's
business, Garfield's Cleaners, to keep
getting city of Starke electric service
even though the business did not pay
et il for t~h months of April through
"I'm very disappointed," said Sparks
after he was told of the decision. "I
don't understand how a public official
can fail to pay a utility bill on her own
company for months and not be held
The city clerk's role in the opera-
tion of the cleaning business is unclear.
Even though the business's account is
listed under Garfield's Cleaners with
City of Starke utilities, the building is
owned by EMDJ Inc. with Kevin Johns
listed as president. However, until July
22, 2011, the corporation was named .
LWJ Inc. with Linda W. Johns as presi-
In addition, tax warrants and liens
filed against the operation by Florida's
Department of Revenue in 2001, 2009
and 2010 identified LWJ Inc. as the op-
erator of the enterprise.
In an ethics commission report, an
investigator said that although the util-
ity account for the cleaning business
was several months late and remained
open, other overdue accounts were also
spared from being ct~t off. The inves-
tigator added that city commissioners
had expressed a desire for leniency in
handling past due business accounts.
Johns told the investigator that until
Oct. 8, she did not know the business'
bill was in arrears. She suggested that
ah employee in the clerk's office must
have removed Ghrfield's Cleaners from
the cutoff list without Johns' knowl-
The head cashier for the clerk's of-
fice, told an investigator that she is the
first person to review the cutoff list
each month, and that she was the person
who removed Garfield's Cleaners form
the list. She added that even though
Johns never:told her to take the action,
the clerk did say that her son would be
making a payment on the account. Be-
cause of those statements, she deleted-
the business from the cutoff list.
The investigator also wrote that he
found no one at city hall who would
corroborate Sparks' claim that Johns
instructed subordmnates to alter the re-
ceivable and payment records of her
Linda Johns did not return a phone
call for comment. The Garfield's
Cleaners utility bill was paid in full on
Oct. 8, 2009, with two payments total-
The fire that destroyed this home Dec. 6 also claimed the I~fe of a i1-year-old woman.
BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
complish street projects in their districts
and used a portion of park impact fees
to construct a parking lot on Thomas
Street, the city collects impact fees for
police and fire protection as well as for
The total spent thus, far exclud-
ing the golf cart doesn't amount to
much--around $125,000--but impact
fees were sold on the idea that the city
needed them to pay for growth and that
those paying the fees would benefit
from their use.
Mayor Danny Nugent incorrectly re-
called that the city was forced to adopt
impact fees. While there was no man-
date, there was a lot of certainty that an
explosion of. growth was right around
the corner bringing with it additional fi-
nancial burdens for the city and county,
Impact fees, commissioners were told,
were the way to help pay for the cost
This understanding of the purpose
and intended use of impact fees is built
into the city ordinances that imposed
According to the police impact fee
ordinance, "the city of Starke must
expand its police protection capital
facilities in order to maintain current
standards if new development is to be
accommodated without decreasing cur-
rent -standards. This must be done in
order to promote and protect the public
health, safety and welfare."
It also states, "the imposition of im-
pact fees is one of the preferred meth-
ods of ensuring that development bears
a proportionate share of thze cost of
capital facilities nlecessary to accom-
modate such development."
T'he ordinance spells out the types of
capital improvements that can be fund-
,ed by impact fees, but they all have one
thing in common: they "ex~pand the car-
pacity of the city of Starke to serve the
neced of new developmnent."
The city has not grown since impact
fees were levied, and in fact the eco-
nomic downturn has resulted in empty
homes and dark storefronts. The coun-
ty, which adopted impact fees on devel-
opment around the same time the city
did, placed a moratorium on collecting
them wheti economic conditions dete-
See FEES page 8A
Last month at the police chief's re-
quest, the Starke City Commission de-
clared the purchase of a replacement
golf cart for the police department an
emergency and authorized Chief Jeff
Johnson to purchase the $41,300 gas-
powered get-around with impact fee
Johnson said he was unaware im-
pact fees collected for police protection
were kept in separate revenue account
and available for use until the city clerk
pointed it out as they searched for avail-
able funds to replace the golf cart.
Though until now commissioners had
only divvied up road impact fees to ge-
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Granddaughters tried to save fire victim
Sta rkeJ o urn al.co m
The Community Men's Fellowship
Plans to place a 10 Commandments
monument at the Bradford County
Courthouse. What do you think of the
67%/ I support the plan. (47 votes)
m21t' I s ports pe Choedmm n
ment idea because it may subject the
county to litigation and unnecessary
legal costs. (15 votes)
6% I don't support thq idea ei-
ther because it violates the separation
of church and state, or I don't agree
with the group's claim that the 10 Com-
mandments are the basis for America's
legal system. (4 votes)
-- 6% y p tam concerned rbu he
it looks like the county has structured
guidelines and a process for the moriu-
ment's placement that will withstand a
legal challenge. (4 votes)
Total voters: 70
G uard ian classes
begin in January
Make a New Year's resolution to
help the children. ISight now there are
about 650 children in the dependency
;system in the 8th Judicial Circuit. Only
I, -half of those children have aGuardian
ad Litem to advocate for them in court.
Through no fault of their own, chil-
dren are separated from their families
:and everything they are familiar with
because of neglect, abuse or abandon-
ment by their parents. It's a night-
rpare for them. .They needjo-t know
that someone is there for theid, to care :
about them, and to let them know they
are worthy and worthwhile.
Guardian volunteers help assure the
welfare of the children and that they do
not become statistics. They serve as
fact finders for the judge, make recom-
mendations and speak for the childj in
Guardian volunteers, are ordinary
people doing extraordinary work. The
program offers free training, legal and
staff assistance. Volunteers commit
to at least one year and 10 hours per
The next class starts Jan. 9, so make
a New Year's resolution to be a child
advocate. Call Lisa at 904-966-6237
or go to guardianadlitem.org for more
Voices lifted for _
The Joyful Voices of Lawtey will
pfe~sent its annual Christmas cantata on
Sunday, Dec. I 1. There will be two per-
formances of the 40-minute Christmas
nitsical, "O Holy Night!" by Russell
Mauldin and Sue C.. Smith.
The first performance will be lield at
3 p.m.at Philadelphia Baptist Church on
the corner of Old Middleburg Road and
Fifth Street and the final performance.
at 7 p.m. at Grace United Method-
ist Church on County Road 225 West.
Bote performances will take place in
The public is invited to attend.
SRegistration~ for the Concerned Citi-
zens youth and adult basketball pro-
gram is under way now through Jan. 6.
Cost is $25 per participant. Forms are
available at the RJE complex. For more
information, please call 904-9642298.
Stake impact fees not paying for new development
Deadline Monday 5 p.m. before publication
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the airpark, said she, felt that it
had been the responsibility of
the board member to contact the
council, but that Weaver had not
Rollins asked if it wouldn't be
better to ask Weaver to submit a
letter of resignation, rather than
publicly dismiss him.
Brown called the question and
three council members--Brown,
Hildreth and Councilman Sam
Abrahamson-voted to remove
Weaver. Yates and Rollins voted
Johnny Arpen, who has a busi-
ness at the airpark, charged that
the council had acted hastily.
"You are endangering the lives
of the pilots out there. Who will
do thiS job now?" he asked.
Thomas told the Monitor after
the meeting that he would prob-
ably appoint KAA member and
pilot Richard Kirkland to oversee
operations at the airpark. Kirk-
land said he felt up to the task;,
and would be willing to take on
the responsibility if asked.
On Tuesday, Weaver said he
had not yet been informed of the
city council's decision. He added
that discrepancies in fuel ac-
countability, would have rightly
fallen on his shoulders. He said
he had not been informed that the
subject was to be discussed at the
city council meeting.
Asked what he thought he.
ivould do now, Weaver replied
simply, "Sell real estate."
At the city council meeting last
Monday evening, Mayor Mary
Lou Hildreth called for Weaver's
removal as well.
"We have $50 million in lia-
bilities at that airpark, ultimately
we, the city council, become li-
able when something doesn't go
right and something happens."
Hildreth said that if board mem-
bers admitted that they hadn't
performed due diligence, they
should be removed for every-
one's safety. Vice Mayor Tony
Brown agreed, and made the mo-
tion to dismiss Weaver from the
Council Member Gavin Rol-
lins said he had not been in the
loop on the issues until the night
of the council meeting and asked
whether the city shouldn't give
Weaver a chance to speak to
Hildreth wouldn't have it. "The
airpark issue was on the agenda.
There are other board members
here; they apparently knew this
would be discussed..Why didn't
Weaver attend this meeting as
well? He has attended all other
meetings when the airpark was to
Councilman Paul Yates noted '
that he also hadn't known about
the issue before last Monday
night's meeting. The agenda
item, listed as "Keystone Air-
park" was rather vague, Yates.
Maria Gall, an employee at
BY JAMES WILLIAMS
Last Monday evening, the
Keystone Heights City Council
removed real estate agent Dean
Weaver from the Keystone Air-
park Authority. During discus-
sion, the council initially couched
the issues in vague terms, until
the following details emerged.
The embroilment began with
an aviation crash that resulted
in the deaths of two pilots last
month. The pilots were among
those flying several aircraft that
came in flying formation to the
October Wings ofDreams fly-in.
Before leaving the airfield, the
aircraft the two men were flying .
took on fuel at the airpark tank.
As a routine part of the investi-
gation into the causes of the acci-
dent, the National Transpor-tation
Safety Board quarantined the
fuel tank at the Keystone Heights
Airpark, pending further investi-
The NTSB found no issues
with the airpark's fuel and de-
clared that was not the cause of
the crash. But in the meantime,
KAA Chairman Noel Thomas
noticed discrepancies in airpark
documentation and records.
The fuel and its tank must be
inspected regularly. By federal
law, the findings must be re-
corded. Thomas explained that
the data is related to the quality
of the fuel, which can deteriorate
as it sits in a tank for a while.
In the course of going over the
data, Thomas saw that airpark
employee Jim Young had actu-
ally made inspections on some
days, including weekends when
ordinarily Young was not sched-
uled to work.
At a November KAA meeting,
Young was questioned about the
discrepancies, and admitted that
he had recorded results for the
fuel tests on at least six occa-
sions, but had actually not done
the testing. Young was dismissed
from the job.
According to the council and
KAA Chairman Noel Thomas,
as airpark operations or aviation
director, it had been Weaver's
job to ensure that the tests were
Both Thomas and City Mani,
ager Terry Suggs stated that
Weaver had admitted at the KAA
meeting that he hadn't been as
diligent about checking up on
the data and the employee, as he
should have been.
From Starke Christian School, Ethan Peace, Dixle Jennings, Macl Lott, Maggie Gilsson
; and Dean Evans enjoy pizza after the solar demonstration.
.Solar project demonstrating energy efficiency, savings
. BY MARK .(. CRAWOD
SStirke's solar demonstration
project was open to the public
Dec. 2 with more than 100 stu-
.rients from area schools showing
irup to learn something about solar
'-Rick Gilbert, vice president of
Solar Source, which is based in
Iiargo, and his associates, includ-
irig Jeremiah Rohr, were giving
the lessons using the system they
recently installed atir Dpate the Starke
The project is one of several
flinded by state energy efficiency
:grants. The grant provided for
~the small solar installation at the
:fire department, and Solar Source
~carried out the installation there
and in several other cities after
being independently chosen to
do the work.
Each city chose a prominent
location for its project, Gilberl
-said, -so the installation would
be visible and the public could
knrow that solar energy is a viable
3' *The exhibit features a real
"Rm~e display monitor located in
zQie classroom at the firehouse.
addition to showing people
~Fiw solar energy is produce d
~ Bdhow ~they can generate the~i
.i;~vn power, the nualber of trees
~ared, and the amount of money
E ~at is being saved by producing
Sf'ee energy from the sun instead
: burningg fossil fuels.
Si The 5.93 kilowatt rooftop sys-
E tm can save up to 7,500 kilo-
a~tt-hours of energy each year
cid while not getting too im
thjfersed in the politics of energy
gilbert told students about the
Ugssibility of reducing the city'~
Sirbon footprint and its reliance
Tho mptarniniasoubmught ir
SEohr gave students a closer lool
;t solar panels and how the~
o .~owing that~ these wer(
ii~arning based projects, Sola
source e also offered two scholar
gr:~~ips per city to the company'r
I ~olar Source Institute, an accred
ited school with
free access to
the school's in-
staller training .
case, city utility
chosen to com-
plete the pro-
how to install
and build a so-Rck
:lar system gives
Them full knowl-
Sedge of how the systemat the fire
station works, Gilbert said.
"By partnering with Solar
Source, the city of Starke has be-
tcom~e part of a unique, commu-
tnity-centered renewable energy
business model unlike any other
out there," Gilbert said.
Rather than taking those stim-
ulus dollars and moving on, the
company tridd to leave some-
thing additional behind that
.would continue benefiting the
Area. They even bought pizza
for the visiting students. That
r Yfurned otit to ~be more than just
;:f nice-treabdsinee Pizza-Hut-was
donating a portion of sales to the
police department's Shop with a
As a further example of the
company's commitment to' com-
munity, everything installed
,was manufactured in the United
-States. It was a grant require-
,ment, but Solar Source already
e had a buy American policy, Gil-
s bert said.
e The system installed at the fire
station is a residential system
n simi art what mosthomteownelry
k all of the fire department's elec-
y tric demand, but home and busi-
ne slsaro s scansacdqueu smaller
r how much they can invest. Incen-
-tives like rebates and tax credits
s for investing in solar generation
-systems are sometimes available
Back dinr .
IIbert of solar Source
What the~ users can save on
their utility bills also adds up
over time,' Gilbert said. While
the trend is for electric bills to
double every 10 years, he said, a
solar system represents one fixed
cost that never changes. That
means 10 years down the line,
solar customers are saving more
money than the day their systems
Gilbert said turnout for the
S rice event was the greatest
t y had seen yet. It was fantas-
tic, he said, as the.point of hold-
ing a p~irtgat the completion of
each of these installations is to
raise public awareness. Bring-
ing in kids offered an opportu-
nity to teach them, but also hope
that they would share what they
learned with their families. '
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Special to the Telegraph
SBradford middle and high school
students will present a combined
.concert on Thursday, Dec. 15, at the
Bradford High School auditorium
startingn at 7 p.m.
The concert will be. primarily
holiday selections and feature each
school's full chorus group with a few
solo pieces throughout, according to
`Ivlallory McConnell, chorus director
for both BHS and BMS. More than
70 students will be perfonning at
: sm aro pinn nil acom n
Tickets can be purchased at the
door and are $5 each. Proceeds will
be used .to purchase new music,
pay, Florida Vocal Association
dues, competition dues, and help
financially challenged students
purchase their choral uniforms.
T~hi concert comes on the heels of
last month's Veterans Day conce(-t,
which included the BHS and BMS
chorus groups, their bands, and
students from Starke Elementary.
McConnell hopes to recruit these
elementary students into the music
program as they advance to middle
First Christian Church
invites the community to
a special communion and
candlelight service on.
Christmas Eve, Dec. 24, at 6
p.m. The church is located one
block north of Winn-Dixie.
E-mail the details of your
congregation 's upcoming
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SThree Heilbron Springs fire/res-
:cue volunteers chainsawed their way
:ne mile into a heavily wooded area
:Nov. 30, leading a party that rescued
:an injured hunter. ,
1The 74-year-old mandell approxi-
Imately 17 feet from a tree stand, and
: lay injured, for around two hours
while his hunting companion tried to
SAccording to one rescue worker,
the area where the man fell is close
:to the Bradford/Union County
.line. When the friend tried to dial
11l, he at first had no cell service.
:In subsequent attempts, he reached
:Union County, then Clay County
~dispatchers. He finally had to walk
approximately one mile to his truck,
;'n h n rrv oNotsd Bat
u~nteers and liedics frokit tarke. He
'then guided the rescuers from North-
:west C.R. 225, onto Northwest 212th
Street, and through a series of roads,
:gates, clearings and paths to within
one mile of the tree stand.
.From there, the firefighters and
-medit's loaded equipment and per-
sohnel into EMS Director Brian
Johns' pickup, and continued into
:the woods. Three Heilbronn Springs
volunteers: Chief Terry McCarthy,
his son, 18-year-old Brandon, and
Joel Haas, walked in front of the
~pickup with two chainsaws, clear-
;ing a path for the rescue party, while
two paramedics trailed the truck on
,foot. The firefighters felled around
:six trees,approximately six inches in
diameter to make way for the truck.
.Terry McCarthy said the patient
:was conscious, but in pain. EMS
.PIO Michael Heeder added the vic-
:tim suffered non-life-threatening iri-
juries, including back pain. ..
:After rescuers put the victim on
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"It's not just about singing,"
McConnell says. She believes she
is teaching life skills. She wants
students to push themselves. When
holding auditions, she stresses
"Be on time to auditions and
take music." She also tells students,
"Be prepared because there is
always someone else waiting for an
McConnell is also very excited
about a new performing arts program
being offered at the high school this
eear iln addition to chorus,msue bs
theater. The class involves singing,
acting and dancing.
However, not all students '
enrolled in the class are interested in
performing, McConnell explained.
The program goes further by teaching
behind-the-scenes skills such as
marketing, costume design and
creating stage props. The musical
Theater program can utilize the
strengths and talents each individual
Plans for a spring production have
already begun,and Mc~onnell's goal
is to have the performance scheduled
There is only two more weeks
of school left until -Christmas
break. Not that I am counting or
anything. Okay, maybe I am a
.little bit. .
Students need to check with
their teachers and see if their
class is having exams before or
after the break. Some teachers
give exams before students go to
break. If your teacher does not,
do not stress. When you come
back to school from break, you
will have a week to prepare for
Since the first semester of
this year is getting closer to an
end,-students need to prepare for
what classes they intend to take.
That mostly applies to the dif-
ferent elective that are offered.
If you did not do very well this
first semester, credit recovery is
also offered. See yciur guidance
counselor for details on that. It is
never too late to make up from
mistakes you might have made
so far this year.
School should be a fun envi-
ronment you can come to every-
day. If you see any kind of bully-
ing going on, you need to report
it night away. Bullying is not ac-
ceptable at school. -
The weightlifting team had its
first match Monday! We are ex-
cited for all of our winter sports
starting up again.
The band concert will be' held
next Tuesday, Dec. 13, at 7 p.m.
in the high school auditorium. It
would be awesome if everyone
could come out and support the
I also wanted to say thank you
for all of the amazing teachers
that we have at Bradford High-
You push us when needed and
always want what is best for us.
You guys are great!
I hope everyone has a splendid
week. Remember to smile!
Quote of the day: "Whatever
you are facing today, remember
to give yourself some credit for
making it this far. You are stron-
ger than you know."
the name of a senior citizen from
a local nursing home along with
their Christmas wish list.
Gifts (new, not used) should
be turned in at the library un-
wrapped by Dec. 9, then the
library elves will take it from
there, sorting and wrapping the
gifts, which will be delivered to
tr l .tkhe lba ve the it og
support oftthe prgrapmofn at o
library. For more information,
please call 904-368-3911.
in oHnym on
Hampton Elementary School
Saturday, Dec. 10, at 8:30 to
10:30 a.m. Enjoy pancakes, sau-
sage, and orange juice or milk;
$4 for adults and $3 for children
10 and under.
Pose with Santa for a picture
($3) and share your Chnistmas
wish. There will also be chances
to win multiple prizes, includ-
ing a gas cooker and a $100 cash
fa parade will follow break-
a backboard, they loaded him in the
back of Johns' pickup for the one-
mile trip~back to an ambulance.
Paramedics then transported the
man to Orange Park Regional Medi-
Nationally, one in three hunting
injuries involves a tree stand. To re-
duce injury, follow these safety pre-
*Never carry equipment with you
while climbing. Use a haul line to
raise or lower your gear. Make sure
guns are unloaded prior to raising
or lowering fiqrms or bows with a
*Since rsqosgccidents occur when
hunters are climbing up or down
a tree, always use a climbing belt.
Always use a safety belt or harness
when hunting from elevated tree
stands. Study manufacturer's recom-
dant Nvr ps~ oe t :? relc
*Check permanent tree stands ev-
ery year before hunting from them,
and replace any worn or weak lum-
*Never put all your weight on a
single branch. Keep at least one hand
and one foot on a secure place when
reaching for the next hold.
*Climb higher than the stand and
step down onto it. Climbing up onto
it can dislodge it,
*Tell a dependable person where
you're hunting and when you plan
on returning. Map your whereabouts
and leave a note at camp, at home or
in your car so that you can be found.
*Carry a whistle to calf for help
and carry a first aid kit,flashlight and
cell phone in case of emergency.
For more information, please
contact Michael Heeder at 904-966-
6321 or 3752-745- 1600.
Michael Heeder contributed to
Holiday magic in the
A Christmas elf has made her
home among .the shelves for the
holiday. Children and parents are
encouraged to join her at 6 p.m.
on Tuesday, Dect 13, for "Holi-
day Magic," an interactive and
educational magic program with
The Bradford County Public
Library welcomes everyone to
attend an annual informal open
house to celebrate the season and
thank the.community for its con-
Come as you are around 11
a.m. on Friday, Dec. 9, and enjoy
refreshments and the music of
the Southside Elementary Choir.
Senior Reading Tree
,The Bradford County Public
Library's third annual Senior
Reading Tree offers an opportu-
nity for patrons to spread some
holiday cheer. Visit the library
and pluck a tag from the Senior
Reading Tree. Each tag will have
for holiday concert
Spring musical in the works
-Firefighters use chainsaws
to reach in jured hunter
dA Bradford County Telegraph *Thursday, Dec. 8, 2011`
f ~Lawtey Community School third-graders making honor roll for' the first weeks were
I..wtey Community School second-graders making honor roll for the first weeks were (front-back, I-r) Ben-jamin Nosworthy, Kristlyn Stubbs, Cole McClellan, Courtney
)~ Alden Heniey, Cassandra Taylor, Ariana Covington and Madison Craig. Middlehouff, Hunter Precott, Ashley Creigh-ton, Melaine Jones', Katie Carem, Dinnah
Fugatt and Jensen McCall.
N NOTICE OF APPLICA
FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVE
JOSEPH S PINAMONTI JR
The holderofthe followingcer
has filed said certificate(s
-ta deed to be issued their
certificate numbers) and
issuance, the description ot
and name in which it is asst
File Number: 2011-0002 .
Certificate Number: 1060
Parcel Number: 05065-0-00
Year of Issuance: 2009
Description of Propemrt:
A parcel of land lying in the
the NE %/ of Section 30, To
South, Range 22 East, int1
Hampton, Bradford County
-said parcel being more p
described as follows:
Commence at a nail found
Northwest corner of said
.NE %/ (said nail also beir
centerline of County Ro(
N~avarre Avenue) and run
degrees, 36 minutes and 25
East, along the Northerly
thereof (and along said c~
495.00 feet; thence SI
degrees, 19 minutes and 19
East, 25.00 feet to an iron r
Southerly boundary of the
way of said County Road
being on the Easterly bound
right of way of Palm Street
continue Southmiue 00 degen~~
last said Easterly boundary!
feet to an iron rod on the
boundary of the right of wa
Street: thence North 89 dec
rhinutes and 45 seconds E~
last said Northerly boundary
feet for the Point of Beginni
Point of Beginning thus (
run North 001 degrees, 19
and 19 seconds WVest, par
the Easterly boundary of th
way of said Palm Street, 9(
thence North 89 degrees, 5~
and 45 seconds East, par
the Northerly boundary of th
way of said Wee Street, 11(
thence South 00 degrees, 11
and 19 seconds East parallel
Easterly boundary of the rig
Sof said Palm Street, 90.00 f
iron rod on the Northryb
the right of way ofsadW
thence South 89 degrees, 5~
and 45 seconds West, along
Northerly boundary, 110.00 f
Point of Beginning.
ROBERT E LEE
TERESA LYNN LOTT PE
SREPR ESENTATIVE, K
OROW, JOYCE CROW
All of the above property i!
in Bradford County, in the
UnleSs such certificates)
redeemed according to i
property described in such (
or certificates will be sole
Highest Bidder at the BRI
FL orT the 29m day of Decemt
at 11:00 a~m.
LISA BRANNON, DEPUTY
SIf you are a person with a
who needs any accommoc
order to participate in this pro
you are, entitledht no cost to you, to
LSthe provision of certain assistance.
Please contact Ms. Jan Phillips,
ADA Cooldinator, Alachua County
Family argL Civil Justice Center,
201 East nvesity Avenue, Room
,, ,!,,, ,, .410, Gainesville, FL 32601 at (352)
.., E-6837 at )ee~ast 7 days, before
LTION your. scheduled~ .court appearance,
or immediately upon receiving this
N notification if the time before the
scheduled appearance is less than
7 days'; if you are hearing or voice
tificate(s) Impaired, call711.
) for the 11/24 4tchg 12/15-pCT
yepr of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
f property EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
essed are FLORIDA, IN AND FOR BRADFORD
.Case No. 10000278CA
SNE %/ of GENE B. WILKERSON, NICOLE
,wnship 7 J. WILKERSON, ANY AND ALL
he CitY of UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING
r, Flonda; BY, THROUGH, UNDER, AND
particularly AGAINSTTHEHEREIN NAMED
id at the WHO ARE NOT KNOWNTO BE <
NE %r of DEAD OR ALIVE, WHETHEFi'SAID
ngd in the UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM
ad18 -AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES,
North 89 HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES
Seconds OR OTHER CLAIMANTS,
boundary FIRST TENNESSEE BANK,
enterline), NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FlK/A
outh 00 TO FIRSTHORIZON HOME
,seconds LOAN CORPORATION F/K/A FT
od on the MORTGAGE COMPANIES, AND
,right of UNKNOWN TENANTS/OWNERS,
18 (also 'Defendants.
ary of the NOTICE OF SALE
t): thence Notice is hereby given, pursuant
rees, 19 to Final Judgment of Foreclosure
ast, along for Plaintiff entered in this cause on
y, 475.09 October 3; 2011, In the Circuit Court
Northerly of .Bradford County, Florida, I will.
y of Wee sell the property situated in Bradford
agrees, 58 County, Florida described as:
ast, along LOTS AND 2,BLOCK2, OF THE
y, 237.00 TOWN OF LAWTEY AS PER PLAT
tig. From RECORDED IN DEED BOOK C,
described PAGE 3 QF THE PUBLIC RECORDS
minutes OF BRADFORD COUNTY,
e right of and commonly known as: 22490
0.00 feet- PINE STREET, LAWTEY, FL 32058;
8 minutes including the building, appurtenances,
allel with and fixtures located therein, at public
re right of sale, to the highest and best bidder,
0.00 feet; for cash, at the east front door of
9 minutes the Bradford County Courthouse, on
lI with the January 12, 2012, at 11:00 a.m.
ht of way Any persons clairyting an interest
:eet to an in the surplus from the sale, if any,
undary of other than the property owner as of
!e Street: the date of the lis pehdens must file a
8 minutes claim within 60 days after the sale.
Last said Dated this 17m day of November,
eet to the 2011.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Lisa Brannon
ESTATE, Deputy Clerk
RSONAL 12/1 2tchg 12/8-BCT
NOTICE OP SALE
s located Notice is hereby given that pursuant
State of to the Florida Self Storage Facility Act
Statutes (Section 83.801 83.809);
shall be Santa Fe Storage of Waldo will
Law, the sell for CASH to the highest bidder
certificate at 15540 NE US HIGHWAY 301,
d to the County of Alachua, Florida, at 12:00
ADFORD p.m. on Wednesday, the 14m day of
STARKE, December, 2011, and continuing
ber, 2011, .day to day thereafter until sold, the
household goods and misc, contents
JORMAN of the following:
COUNTY UNIT AO45- Travis Stenner,
'COURT Misc. items
Brannon Dated this 1" and 8m day of December,
Y CLERK 2011.
disability 12/1 '2tchg 12/8-BCT
Notice is hereby given that pursuant FL 32615. Contact Celia Chapman at
to the Florida Self Storage Facility Act 352-244-5148 with questions.
Statutes (Section 83.80'1 83.809); 12/8 Itchg-BCT
Santa Fe Storage of Starke will sell
for CASH to the highest bidder at NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
1630 N Temple Avenue, Starke, CONCERNING A VARIANCE
County of Bradford. Florida, at 1:30 AS PROVIDED FOR IN THE
p.m. on Wqldtnesday, ,the if 4",dy, CITY QF STARKE FLOBIpA .
of Decembee4:011;-and- continuing LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE
day to day thereafter until sold, the BY THE BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT
household goods and misc. contents OF THE CITY OF STARKE,
of the following: FLORIDA, NOTICE IS HEREBY
UNIT A013-Nicole Roddy/Truin Blye GIVEN that, pursuant to the City of
Misc. iterns 'Starke Land Development Code, as
UNIT A019-Melissa and John Henke amended, hereinafter referred to as
Misc. items the Land Development Regulations,
UNIT AO28 Syvella Jackson objections, recommendations and
Misc. items comments concerning a variance,
UNIT D007 George Seeley as described below, will be heard by
Misc. items the Board of Adjustment of the City of
UNIT D011- Jerome Benwell Starke, Florida, at a public hearing on
Misc. items December 19m, 2011, at 6:00 p.m., or
UNIT F015 Matt Terrell as soon thereafter as the matter can
Misc. items be heard, in the County Commission
UNIT GO22 Cheryl Chamberlain Meeting Room, North Wing, of the
Misc. items Bradford County Courthouse located
UNIT GO26 Jewel Landy at 945 North Temple Avenue, Starke,
Misc. items Florida.
UNITIO019 -Donna Marsh V-11-01, an application by Russ
...Misc. items .Walter and Tom Carr, as acting agents
UNITIO055 -Tamala Bennett for Anchor Sign, Inc., to request a
Misc. items Variance be granted as provided for
Dated this land 8mday of December, in Section 3-47 A. 12 of the City of
2011. Starke Land Development Code to
12/1 2tchg 12/8-BCT allow a Variance from Section 6-33
2.a to allow a 131.47 square foot
LEGAL NOTICE fascia s~ign along the Front Elevation
The Combined Committee of ofblliglocated at 650 South
FloiidaWorks will hold a meeting on Walnut Street, Starke, Florida.
Monday, December 12 at 2:00 p.m. A parcel of land lying within Section
at UF's CERHB in Progress Park, 28, Township 6 South, Range 22 East,
113706 Innovation Drive, Alachua, in the City of Starke, Bradford County,
Florida. -Beaugy more partcularly
described, as follows:
Parcel Number: 02992-0-00100
The public hearing may be continued
to one or more future dates. Any
interested party shall be advised
thatsthe date..tine. and..place of any
continuation Ge TWfl'pubiljid.Ba jg h: in,
shall be annotmced- during the
public hearing and that no further
notice concerning the matter will be
published, unless said continuation
exceeds six calendar weeks from the
date of the above referenced public
At the aforementioned public hearing,
all interested parties may appear to.be
heard with respect to the variance.
Copies of the variance application
are available for public inspection at
the Office of the Director of Zoning,
Planning, and Building, County
Courthouse located at 945 North
Temple Avenue, North Wing, Starke,
Florida, during regular business
AII persons are advised that if they
decide to appeal any decision made
at the above referenced public
hearing, they will need a record of
the proceedings, aind that, for such
. purpose, they may need to ensure that
a verbatim record of the proceedings
is made, which record includes the
testimony and evidence upon which
the appeal is to be based.
NOTICE OF MEETING
Redistricting Committee meeting is
set for Thursday, December 8, 2011 at
6:00 p.m. in the County Commission
room, located iri the north wing
section of the Bradford. County
Courthouse, 945 North Temple Ave.,
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
SiP.ATLIN TOWING & RECOVERY,
LL~C. gives -Notice of Foreciosure of
Lien and intent to sell these vehicles
on 12/26/2011, 10:00 am at 18536
US Hwy 301 N, STARKE, FL 32091-
0314, pursuant to subsection 718.78.
of the Florida .Statutes. SPRATLIN
TOWING & RECOVERY, LLC.
reserves the right to accept or reject
any and/or all bids.
3FAFP1 3P6YR 196550
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida
Statutes, notice is hereby given that
the undersigned, Laura Jo Hingson,
6326 Johns~ton Ave., Starke, FL
32091, sole owner, doing business
under the firm name of: Hingson
Photography, 6326 Johnston
Ave., Starke, FL 32091, intends to
register said fictitious name under
the aforesaid statute. Dated this 1st
day of December, 2011, in Bradford
NOTICE OF SALE
Lawtey Community School first-graders making honor Other Lawtey Community School first-graders making honor roll were (I-r) Masey Padgett, Brayden Sell-ers, Lillee
roll for the first nine weeks were (I-r) Madison Sellers, Krig, Sabrina Creighton, Jayden Barbour, Caden Aufinson and Harly Troyer.
Makayla Moore and Sajan Scott. Not pictured: Troy
* Thursday, Dec. 8, 2011 Bradford County Telegraph .;A
Lawtey Community School fourth-graders making honor roll for the first nine weeks were (1-r) Dakota Griffis, Charles
Drew, Jacob Polk, Dalaney Aufinson and Kenneth Grubaugh.
Lawtey Community School alxth-graders making honor .
roll for the first nine weeks were (I-r) Ryan Fish-burn 'and
Taylor Trollinger. .
honor roll. Not
,The Desue, Goodwine and
Hilikerson `fainilles' are holding
a~ Clifi'triasa ga~la 'and ~fundraiser
at the National Guiar Armory
on Edwards Road iri Starke on
Friday, Dec. 16, at 7:30 p.m. The
formal gala will include dinner
and an inspirational program.
Walk the red carpet and let your
star shine for the night.
Entry is $15 for individuals or
$25 for a couple. To obtain tick-
ets, call Liza Mosley at 904-263-
25?6 Judy Sumpter at 352-
Funds raised will bjenefit youth
party Dec. 17
Lawtey's Christmas parade
featuring custom cars and motor-
cycles, horses, church and com-
mulnity gro ps, a tStadna ,C a
17, at 10 a.m.
The parade will begin at Law- -
Southalde Elementary School first-graders making honor roll for the first nine weeks were (front-back, I-r) Balley
Carliallo, Jazzlyn Wright, Ja'Talya Glove(, Tiara Blakenship, Astrid Sellars, Jametrius Pringle, Harrison Davia, Macle
19amilon, Omarl James, Alyssa Murphy, Deja Miller, MacKenzle Blauch, Nichallas Ringbauer, Chrissy Samons,
Kennedy Smith, John Steffen and Heather "Itrgeon.
tey Community School,travelitig
east on Lake Street and crossing
U.S. 301. The parade will 'con-
tinue to Walk by Faith Ministries
where it will turn around and go
back to the school.
The annual Christmas party
will follow the parade at the
For more information, please
contact Benjamin Strong at 904-
782-3130 or Cynthia Ross- at
Toys on sale
The Shands Starke Hospital
Auxiliary will hold a toy adh
gift sale on Dec. 7 and 8 froni`: 8
a.m. to 4 p.m. on Wednesday, and
from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Thurs-
day. The sale yvill take place in
the hospital atrium.
Gifts include ~books, jewelry,
handbags, wallets, etc. Cash and
major credit cards accepted. Em-
ployees are eligible for pa~irll
cleduc from the sale will benc-
fit Shands Starke Regional I~edi-
Southalde Elementary School second-graders making honor roll for the first nine weeks were (front-back, 1-r)
Amber Chism, Zach Clayton, Mickayla Davis, Abbigall, Alora Nichols, Dominique Carter, Destiny Myers, Savannah
Bayes, Parker Brobston, Shelby Burkhalter, Emily Burns, Eden Chalker, Mikayla Coo-per, Deklan Dougherty, Hannah
Ferguson, Raven Ford, Andrew Hurst, Ryan Moss, Katelynn West and Kimberly Young.
Southside Elementary School fourth and flfth-graders making honor roll for the first
nine weeks were.(I-r) Emily McCoy, Tinley Knight, Garfield Johns, Kelsel Rebberg,
Dawson Meade, Michael Goad and (in back) Jada Thomas.
Starke Christian School students making honor roll for the first grading period were
Ella Dinkins, Jacy Jennings and Alyssa Reddish.
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*Heilbron Springs Fire Rescue
on Northwest S.R. 16.
*Lawtey Volunteer Fire De-
partment on Park Street next to
Any questions about'the toy
drive can be emailed to lafflo-
cal43 15 @gmail .com.
Prior to now, the city has pri-
marily used impact fees to survey
and pave short street extensions,
and in one case a short sidewalk
on Broadway Street that stretches
one block from the high school
to the public library. Nugent de-
fended as necessary for student
"I consider that a good use of
the money because it's a positive
improvement," Nugent said.
Nugent said developers pass
impact fees along to buyers, and
the city tried to keep fees low
by not approving the maximum
that would have been allowed
according to its impact fee study.
As for how the public would ben-
efit from the golf cart purchase,
he said he didn't have all of the
Commissioner Carolyn Spoon-
er said collecting impact fees is
good for the city, but she also
understands the burden they can
pface on new development. It's a
catch-22 and one of those issues
commissioners are torn over, she
said, but somehow the city has
to strike a balance. Businesses
are closing and high impact fees
don't encourage growth, Spooner
said. At least for her, a morato-
rium on mpeact fee conll Ietio i
its fees as the county did, Starke
Commissioner Tommy Chastain
said the city has the ability to
negotiate with new businesses to
help alleviate some of that bur-
"If somebody came to town
and the impact fees were going to
make the deal or break the deal,
I would be the first one to stand
up and say, 'Maybe we need to
negotiate with these people,"'"
A's far as the golf cart goes,
Chastain said it was the police
chief's call to use impact fees
collected for the police depart-
ment how he sees fit.
Arguably, none of the projects
approved have been necessitated
boy a great amount of new de-
velopment. They were projects
commissioners wanted to see
completed, and they saw impact
fees as the available pots of mon-
ey to draw from.
Of course, without permits for
neiv buildings being sold, tie`
impat fes hemse ne will d y
C l e r kE Oi d o n t e b a l an
The golf cart purchase will near-
IL wipe out impact fees available
to the police department.
SPD was not without a golf
cart. Johnson donated the one
he had to the meter department.
Some might see it was the meter
department that was in need of a
cart, not the police department-
it's just that the police depart-
ment had revenue available to
purchase a replacement in an
impact fee fund, and the meter
department did not. Johnson said
`the older cart was a "workhorse,,
better suited for the meter de-
partment. The new one is being
custom built to serve the police
Johnson said the public ben-
efits from the purchase because
the department uses the cart for
public safety purposes at parades,
festivals and other events. It de-
creases response times when re-.
sponding to calls at one of those
events, he said.
According to Chasthin, "If it's
able to save somebody or protect
somebody during a special~event,
then maybe it was spent wisely."
TheSNorth Florida Antique
Engine Association Inc. will cel-
ebrate 25 years of restoring and
ehlibitin od i n. ehe groua'
the Bradford County Fairgrounds
The club began in 1986 down
at the truck stop in Waldo. There
were about 20 members that first
year but has grown to 140-150
members. The intent is to let
ki de nf he macie w re n ooe
than 100 years old. It's amazing
to sne ho t es machine aware
machines that will be at the fair-
gr nds ise thl 5 nP Reed oi
wheels. This engine is housed as
a permanent display at the fair-
grounds.There are others that are
This is a excellent way to have
funl with the family and teach the
younger generation about the
history of farm life. There will be
something for everyone.
The club would like to invite
residents from Bradford, Union
and Clay counties to come out
and see what this club is about.
The show is small compared to
some, but anyone who has an
engine, tractor or farm-related
equipment to exhibit or sell will
be welcome. Vendors are also
Contact Bobby ;Bennett at 386-
496-3248 or Roll Bennett at 352-
213-2081, or check out www.
tOys for kids
Local 4315 of the Interna-
tional Association; of Fire Fight-
er<:. which represents Bradford
County's professional paramed-
ics and EMTs, has announced its
third annual holiday toy drive.
The local will be collecting new,
unopened toys to be donated to
patients undergoing treatment
at Shands Children's Hospital
at the University of Florida in
Gainesville. Monetary donations
specifically to purchase new toys
will also be accepted.
During the past two holiday
seasons, the local has collected
and donated more than 400 toys,
ranging mn variety from stuffed
animals to video games and
looks forward to continued sup-
port from the Bradford County
community this year.
Collection boxes for the toys
will be placed at the following
*Bradford County Emergency
Services behind the courthouse.
*Starke Fire Rescue on Jack-
*Theressa Volunteer Fire Res-
cue on Southeast 81st Street.
*New River Volunteer Fire
Dept oil Northwest C.R. 235.
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NEWS FROM BRADFORD) COUNTY, UNION COUNTY AND THE LAKE REGION-
Tigers' postseason ends with loss to Jefferson County
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BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional Nws/Sports Editor
Union County's defense
entered the game giving up an
average of eight points a game,
but it was Jefferson County's
defense that made a statement,
holding the Tigers to 73 yards
and three first downs in
:Jefferson's 27-6 win in a Class
IA semifinal football game on
Dec. 2 in Monticello.
"They're clearly a better
team than we are," Union head
coach Ronny Pruitt said.
"They beat us up front." -
Jefferson (8-$), which will
now play Chipley for the Class
1A championship, fell behind
3-0, but scored two
touchdowns in a span of
.approximately four minutes to
go up 14-3.
Union (11-1) later added
another Joaquin Lovo field
goal that left the Tigers trailing
by eight at the half, but the
offense never niounted much
of an attack against the' home
team. The Tigers, whose two
red-zone opportunities were
created by a' turnover and a 15-
yard penalty, rushed for 32
yards on 15 carries in the first
Pruitt said Jkfferson's speed
had an effect on his offense,
adding the team is fast in areas
other teams don't normally
have speed at.
"They came across the line
so fast," Pruitt said. "We had a
hard time blocking them."
Jefferson's brother tandem
of running back Alphodtso
Footman and Lenorris
.Footman combined for four
touchdowns and more than 230
accumulated 18 first downs
and close to 300 yards, has
now outscored its three playoff
opponents by a combined
score of 121-25.
It was a shaky start for the
Jefferson offense, though, as
Union's Daquin Edwards
scooped up a fumble on the
home team's first play from
scrimmage. Edwards' 7-yard
return set the Tigers up for
first-and-goal at the 5.
Union's first play from
there, though, was a 1-yard
loss by running back Walter
Mabrey. Mabrey picked up 2
yards on second down, but the
Tigers were flagged for
holding on third down. After
an incomplete pass on third
down from the 14, Lovo
connected on a 31-yardi field
goal for a 3-0 Union lead at the
7:39 mark of the opening
Three straight carries by
Alphonso Footman', who
finished the game with 128
yards on 28 carries, moved
Jefferson from its own 23 to'its
40 on the ensuing possession,
Lenorris Footman then
avoided a sack and heaved a
pass downfield to Tre'veyon
Edwards for a 42-yard gain to
the Union 18. Runs of 3, 5 and
3 yards set Alphonso Footmnan
up for a 7-yard touchdown run
that put Jefferson up.6-3 with .
Running back Josh Tyson fights for yards against the
Jefferson County defense.
Prince Alexander (right) gives chase to Jefferson
County's Alphonso Footman..
4:01 to play in the first quarter.
The PAT was no good.
Momentum stayed on
Jefferson's side when a
fumbled exchange by the
Tigers gave the ball back to the
home team at the Union 37.
Lenorris Footman was sacked
for a 5-yard loss on the first
play after the turnover, but
Ladarian Smiley followed that
up with a 15-yard run to pick
up a first down-
A personal foul penalty on
Union helped move the ball to
the 10, but a personal foul by
Jefferson backed the home
team up to the 19 for a second-
and-19 play. A 12-yard
reception by Edwards set up
third down at the 7. Alphonso
Footman had a 4-yard carry to
the 3, forcing Jefferson to face
a fourth-down play. Lenorris
Footman hooked up with
Revonte Robinson for a
touchdown from there. Kenny
Madison's run on the two-
podint conversion made it a 14-
3 game with 36 seconds left in
the first quarter.
'Union's defense forced a
three-and-out the next time
Jefferson had the ball, with
Greg Edwards breaking up a
third-down pass attempt. A 29-
yard punt gave the Tigers the
ball at the Jefferson 41. A 6-
yard run by Josh Tyson,
coupled with a personal foul
penalty, moved the Tigers to
the 20, but they had to settle
for Lovo's 34-yard field goal,
which made the score 14-6 at
the- 7:47 .mark of the second
The home team seemed well
on its way to a 65-yard scoring
drive as running backs
Robinson and Alphonso
Footman refused to be brought
down by initial contact. The
two backs had 31 yards each
on the drive, but Footman was
held just shy of a first down on
a third-and-4 play from the 6.
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Union headctroach Ronny Pruiltt speaks with-his
during! a time out.
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violation. She remained in jll
as of press time. 3
Thomas Hamilton StatcS#,
23, of Middleburg was arrested
Nov. 30 by BCSO deputies foir
driving with no valid driver's
license and for 'failure tb
appear on a ~misdemeanpr
charge. Bond was set 4t
$9,000 and he was releasegl
. Andrew Dewayne Thom ,
20, of Hampton was arrestefl
Dec. 2 by BCSO deputies fdC
criminal mischief with
property damage. Bond was
set at $1,000 and he was
released Dec. 2.
Richar~d Vanderpool, 32, pf
Keystone Heights was arrestal
Dec. 5 by CCSO deputies for
Chad Villines, 26, of
Keystone heights was arrest~
Dec. 5 by CCSO deputies f~r
burglary arid possession of
Donny Allen Wilson, 37,of
Lawtey was arrested Dec. 3 by
BCSO depuies for possession
of drugs, possession ~of
narcotics equipment, failure to
appear, possession of cocaine,
possession of marijuana, and
possession of drugs. Bond was
set at $9,000 and he remained
mn 3ail as of press tbe.
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or burglary tools, larceny,
burglary, and resisting an
officer. Bond was set at
$31,000 and he remained in
jail as of press time.
Kady Freeman, 19, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
by CCSO deputies: on Nov. 30
for petit theft.
Bobby Rydell Gaskins, 18,
of Jacksonville, was arrested
Dec. 4 by BCSO deputies for
possession of marijuana. He
was released Dec. 4.
Cynthia Louann Gibson, 40,
of Lawtey was arrested by
BCSO deputies on Nov. 3 foi
possession of narcotics
equipment and possession of
cocaine. Bond was set at
$2,500 and she remained mn jail
as of press time.
Stephanie McLeod Goad,
27, of Jacksonville was
arrested Dec. I by BCSO
deputies on an out-of-county
warrant. Bond was set at
$15,002 and she was released
Anthony Nelson Howard,
19, of Hampton was arrested
Nov. 30 by BCZSO deputies on
an out-of-county warrant. He
was released Dec. 1.
Shawnita Hires, 38 of
Keystone Hieghts was arrested
Dec. 2 by CCSO deputies for
Donald Nelson King, 26, of
Starke was arrested Dec. 3 by
BCSO deputies for battery. He
was released Dec. 3.
'Joseph 'Richard Kirchaine,
40, of Interlachen was arrested
by BCSO deputies on Dec. 3.
Bond was set at $1,500 and he
remained in jail as of press
Kirkland, 23, of Lake Butler
was arrested on Dec. 5 by .
UCSO deputies for possession
of marijuana, and obstructmng
Mark Timothy Kurimay, 29,
of Starke was arrested by
Starke Police Department
officer 'on' Dec. 1 Fofi faflYift& a~^"
sapp~ear on acmisdicemeanor
%200and ord was res esead
Joshua S. Leshuk, 27, was
arrested Dec. I 'by SPD
officers on an out-of-coti~nty
warrant. Bond was set at $380
and he was released Dec. 2.
James Malcolm Lewis, 43,
was arrested Dec. 2 by BCSO
deputies for burglary, battery
imprisonmerit of an; adult.
Bond was set at $60,000 and
Re echaard G n Oalas of pr~es
of Lawtey was arrested Dec. 5
by BCSO deputies for~battery.
Bond was set at $1,000 and he
was released on Dec. 5.
Christy Dawn Perry, 35, of
Starke was arrested- Dec. 3 by
BCSO deputies for a
Clay or Union
Last week we reported that
John Henry Thornton Jr., 30,
of Starke was released from
jail Nov. 23. Thornton was
released Dec, 2. We apologize
for the error.
The following individuals
were arrested recently by local
law enforcement officers in
Bradford, Union or Clay
(Keystone Heights area)
Scott Joseph Baker, 54, of
Lake Butler was arrested by
Union County Sheriff's Office
(UCSO) deputies on Dec. 5 for
-sexual assault and battery.
Jason Solomon Barr, 30, of
Starke was arrested Dec. I by
Bradford County Sheriff's
Office (BCSO) deputies on an
out-of-county warrant. Bond
was set at $15,002 and he was
released Dec. 2.
Jonathan Tyrone Bass,' 29,
of Starke was arrested by
BCSO deputies on Dec. 5 for
failure to appear, possession of
marijuana and possession of
cocaine. Bond was set at
$60,000 and he remained in
jail as of press time.
James Joseph Berkey, 49, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Dec. 3 for aggravated assault
by BCSO deputies. Bond was
set at $50,000 and he remained
in jail as of press time.
Scott Emory Bridges, 48, of
Starke was arrested Dec. 2 by
BCSO deputies for battery. He
was released on Dec. 3. .
Aaron Deven Bryan, 19, was
arrested :by ~Starke Police
Department (SPD) officers
Dec. I for failure to appear on
a felony charge. He remained
in jail as of press time.
william carlson, 37, of
Keystone Hieghts was arrested
by CCSO deputies Nov. 30 for
fleeing~ and eluding, and armed
robbery. On Dec. 1, .a charge
of violation of probation for
aggravated battery was addedP""
Dedaneran "Py?&ne Clark, 4 -
BCSO dutiwasona ed.3 fo
possession of cocaine,
possession of narcotics
equipment, possession of a
controlled substance without a
prescription, and possession of
a dangerous chemical. Bond
was set at $61,000 and he was
released Dec.4 '
Jodiesha Dawn Clem, 32, of
Starke was arrested by BCSO
deputies on Dec. 3 for larceny
and possession of narcotics
as of pmrs st me
Jessica Cooke, 21, of
Keystone H~eights was arrested
Dec. 5 by CCSO deputies for
Ronnie Lee Frazier, 48, of
Starke was arrested Dec. I by
BCSO deputies for possession
fundra ise r
The Rotary Club of
Starke hosted its annual
golf tournament on Nov.
'19 at the Starke Golf
and Country Club.
participants helped the
club raise funds to
support local and
plays more than $600
was raised for the
Strides of Bradford
County event, which
was started.by Bradford
County resident Katelyn
Sims. ABOVE: Sims (far
~left) la pictured with the
team, consisting of (I-r)
Barrett Cooper, John
Co per ,K th Lo er
Danny Wolf. LEFT: Sims
reCelves a check from
Starke Rotary President
Jessie Myers (center)
and club treasurer Kim
tayo he C wals
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F HP sets
The Florida Highway Patrol
will be conducting driver's
li eseoami vehicle i sect n
locations in Bradford aind '
* Bradford County-C.R.
230, C.R. 100A, C.R. 231,
C.R. 225, C.R. 229, C.R. 221,
C.R. 233, C.R. 18, S.R. 156,
C.R. 227, Speedville Road,
Market Road, C.R. 325, C.R.
R.4 2NW S 5" St. S.R. 23_,
*Union County--C.R. 2J'$,
S.R. 121, S.R. 16, C.R. 12,
-S.R. 23 1,rC.R. -229,.Sh-230,a
.i~R. 18, CB C~
up in Starke
The Starke Policy
Department and Bradfor 1
County Sheriffs Office will
conduct vehicle checkpoints ijl
the following locatioffs
through out thi mnomtohn R
to C.R. 233.
*U.S. 301 south to to
coRu n6 ieeatsttotoC.N~orhw t
.R. 100 east to Coll
S.R. 100 west to C.R. 225.
C.R. 229 to C.R. 225.
Every mile is two in
winter. --George Herbert
Call MS foi? yONT
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improve to 3-0
with 9-point win
OVef Fort WNhite
BY CLIFF SMELLY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Justin McBride and Brian
Walton combined to score 26
points as the Bradford boys'
basketball team defeated
District 5-4LL opponent Fort
White 48-39 on Dec. I in
Two points separated the
two teams after three quarters'
but Bradford (3-0, 2-0 in
District 5) outscored the
Indians 10-3 in the fourth'
Walton led the Tornadoes
with 15 points, while also
dishing out four assists and
Mc ngdeuhadw 11 pn te I
rebounds and four blocked
shMarco Grimsley added nine
points and six rebounds. Deon
Aldridge had eight rebounds,
while Keaaris Ardley had three
Braford will travel to
Alachua on Friday, Dec. 9, to
play district opponent Santa
Fe. On Saturday, Dec. 10, the
Tornadoes travel to
Jacksonville to play Bishop
Both games are scheduled
for 7:30 p~m. following junior
varsity games at 6 p~m.
Score by Quarter
FWHS: 12 10 14 3--39
BHS: 10 14 14 10--48
Bradford scoring (48):
Aldridge 4, Ardley 3, Deantre
Burch 4, Grimsley 9, Joquez
Ivey 2, McBride 11, Walton 15.
Free throws: 14-31.
WinS OVef UniOn,
BY CLIFF SMELLY
Regional News/Sports Editor
The Bradford boys'
basketball team opened the
regular season with wins over
neighboring rivals Uniork
County and Keystone Heights,
getting 19 points from Justin
McBride in a 59-51 win over
Union on Nov..26 in Lake
Trina Sessions '
:IFlorida Key~ Club 's
OlD~vision 4 lieutenant
governor, has been
'involved in Kiwanis
youth clubs since
Regional News/Sports Editor
It surprises her how adultlike
she and her fellow Florida Key
Club members can be during
mee mngs, buth Ke~y to
:sophomore ~Trina Sessions
'who is ~the Division 4
d:!ieutenant governor, has spent
:most of her life preparing for
~her role in the Kiwanis youth
,, Sessions has spent this past
'year serving as one of 39
lieutenantt governors of the
Istate-level club, dedicating
herself to service and working
:for'the benefit of good causes,
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Thursday, Dec. 8, 2011 Telegraph, Times 81 Monitor P Section
Butler and 27 points from
Brian Walton in a 53-17 win
over Keystone on Nov. 29 in
reb 13risdand blc dd folu4
shots in the win over the
Tigers that saw Bradford
outscore Union 35-14 in the
Joquez Ivey scored 11 points
for the Tornadoes, while
Walton and Deantre Burch had
nine and eight, respectively-
The Tigers got a game-high
29 points from Shaimea
Maeweather, who connected
on five 3-pointers. Trey Spitze
had 12 points for Union, while
Keldric Bradley added eight.
Against Keystone, Walton
was 11 of 14 from the field,
connecting on three 3-pointers
to finish with his game-high 27
points. He also added four
assists and three steals in what :
was a District 5-4A win.
IKeaaris Ardley added eight
points and three steals, while
McBride had eight rebounds
and three blocks. Brandon
Hildreth had six rebounds.
Keystone was led by Chase
Julius, who had seven points.
Score by Quarter
BHS: 14 21' 14 10--59
UCHS: 9 5 21 .16--51
Bradford (59): Deon Aldridge
5, Murphy Allen 2, Ardley 4,
Burch 8, Marco Grimsley 1,
Ivey 11, McBride 19, Walton 9.
3-pointers: Burch 2. *Free
Union (51): Bradley 8, Khliel
Jackson 2, Maeweather 29,
Spitze 12. 3-pointers: Spitze
2, Maeweather 5. Free
Score by Quarter
BmS: 20 13 13
KHHS: 4 4 7
Trina Sessions (second from right) is pictured with the Key Club district service
Serv iCe dr lives K H st udent
in FIO fid a Key Clu b role
sradford (54): Ardley 8, Burch
2, Grimsley 5, Ivey 5, McBride
4, ALek Meston 2, Walton 27. 3-
pointers: Grimsley, Walton 3.
Fmee throws: 3-7.
Keystone (17): Eugene
Hutchinson 2, Julius 7, Bruce
Kirksey 6, Anton Noble 2. 3-
pointers: Julius. Free throws:
Shoot for the moon. Even
If you miss, you'II land
among the stars.
She admitted, though, it still
surprises her when she goes to
a meeting and experiences the
professionalism she and her
colleagues display when
procedure and passiopately
discussing potential projects.
"While we all act like adults,
we're all still really goofy,"
Sessions said. "When we have
our free time, we're all just
teenagers. We're normal.
"In the meetings, you would
never guess that. You'd think
we were all just little adults."
The seeds of Sessions' role
as lieutenant governor were
planted, though, before she
even reached her teen years as
she was a member of Kiwanis
clubs for elementary and
middle school/junior high
students--K-Kids at. McRae
Elementary School and then
Builders Club at KHHS
KHHS did not have a Key
Club, a Kiwanis Club for high
school students, so Sessions
and several other students who
were in Builders Club.with her
helped charter one.
The KHHS Key Club was
chartered in September 2010.
Not long after that, Sessions
found herself serving at the
state level. She attended a Key
Club conference in January of
this year at Palatka High
School. Division 4, of which
the KHHS Key Club is a
member, was in need of a
lieutenant governor. Sessions
was approached by several
people mnquiring if anyone in
the KHHS club would be
interested in serving in such a
Sessions said she wasn't
even sure what a lieutenant
, governor was and thought to
herself, "Not me. Not me.
However, KHHS teacher
Pam Wells, who is the school's
Key Club adviser, thought it
was a position Sessions would
be good in. Sessions said
Wells told her she had the
leadership skills to do it.
"I was like, 'I don't even
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Beck Chevrolet of Starke recently donated $500 to the Bradford High School girls'
soccer program. Tammy McCormick, Beck Automotive Group public relations
manager, is pictured presenting a check to soccer players (1-r) Amber Wilkerson,
Kayla Garlo and Hannah Ricker. Also pictured (back, I-r) are Starke Police Capt.
Barry Warren, BHS soccer coach Raymond Schaefer alnd BHS assistant principal
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Letters to the Editor
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Water Management District
There are Still
Sa marita ns
There are still some Good
On Nov. 23, I discovered that
there are still people who are
compassionate and willing to go
out of their way to help. Some-
time around 4:15 p.m., a me-
dium-size, brownish/reddish dog
was hit by a car near Madison
Street Baptist Church on S.R.
100. From the information I
received through a phone call,
he was hit and trying to get up,
and he had a friend with him.
I just happened to be at the lo-
cal dog shelter picking up pic-
tures of all the dogs and cats
presently in our shelter so that I
could send them out to rescue
groups when the call came in. I
volunteered to go to the scene to
check out what was happening
(knowing that this close to a
holiday that it might take some
time for the request .to go
through the proper channels)
and left with these wise words
of wisdom ringing in my ears-
"Don't get bit." .
As I drove to the site, I hon-
estly was hoping that I wouldn't
find the dog alive. I knew if I
did find the dog alive, but hurt,
that I was going to throw my
carefully planned evening and
holiday out the window with a
visit to a veterinarian some-
As I drove up, there were two
other cars pulled to the side of
the road with two people stand-
ing by the dog and one young
woman crying in a car. The
story I pieced together was that
the dog was struck by a vehicle
that sped up and left thp, scelie
after it hit the dog.
A mother was there because
her daughter was upset by wha~t
she saw and the young man that
was there had pulled the dog
from ~e road to the sidewalk
and 2e dog was dead. They
stayed until they were sure thti~
he was goiilg to be taken care of.
I am not sure that I thaulgId
these Good Samaritans for tl~r
compassion and willitigness~o
stop their .cars and help fia
wounded animal. So I want to
say it now--thank you! I wish
there were more like you. ;TIe
world would be a better place.
This beautiful dog was buried
in a backyard in the neighb4j-
hood. I took a picture of him -jn
case. I found his owner and 14e
tried to handle him as carefully
and humanely as we could. APs
we dug the hole to bury him, we
wondered who he belonged to,
why he was out so that he cold
get hit by a car, whether some-
one was even going to miss him.
We may never know the an-
swers to these questions, but we
do know that he was cared for at
If you think he is your d~g,
give me a call at 904-263-8099
and I will be happy to show you
a picture so that you can have
Tihe story of this unfortunately
dog is a good reminder to allbf
us not to lose track of our pels.
As we celebrate this holiday
season, let us reevaluate how we
take care of our pets. Let's rk-:
dedicate ourselves to involvitlg
them in our lives and caring ~for
them as they should be ca id
for. The rewards will be price-
Tracy C. Geor'Be
ers ofShelteredi Animlals 1 ~.
the Atlanta processing center,
we found an airmail letter in our
mailbox from an eight-year-old
boy, Tsaramilii Danet Solo-
mampionona, in 19adagascar.
'He was writing to say thanks for
his "special shoebox" from our
family from the 2010 season!
He wanted us to pray for his
health. There is no doubt in my
mind that our shoeboxes are
bringing hope and joy to the
children like Danet who receive
them. Just imagine their smiling
faces as they tear open their
shoeboxes. Merry Christmas!
Until the next Shoe Box Sea-
son in 2012,
Keystone Heights relay center
coordinator for Operation
It'S a great day
tO be a UC Tiger!
Our boys suffered a loss Fri
day night to Jefferson County,
but proved themselves to be real
winners. This has proven to be a
great year for the Tigers and a
great year to be a Tiger fan.
I think we have all enjoyed
these Friday nights with eager
anticipation as those young men
took the field and prepared for
battle. But I especially want to
commend those young men for
the ntoral character they dis-
played throughout thissyear.
'Even as the final -seconds
ticked away in what would
,surely be a loss, those young
men displayed courage and in-
tegrity. They played those last
few'clowns as if the season de-
pended on it, and they did it
with a true sense of pride and
It was an inspiring sight to
this football fan as those young
men gave their all, the band
played loud 'and the Union
County fans cheered louder. It
gave a real glimpse of who we
are as I looked ~across the field at
a half-empt home stadium and
ldooked b~a kt the visitor stands
filled beyond capacity a~id side
lines crowded with cheering
fans who could not get a seat.
Friday was not our night for
victory on the field, but it cer-
tainly was an opportunity to
praise those young "warriors" on
the field, the coaches, the band,
the parents, the teachers and
administration and all those who
work so hard and truly take
pride'in representing our county.
Many tearful eyes were cast
toward the ground, but all heads
should be held high as we are
proud to be UC. I want to give a
sincere "thank you" to this team
of young men who gave us' a
great season of football. Go Ti-
An apology to LB
To the Union County fans
who attended the Jefferson
County-Union County game on
Friday night, Dec. 2, in Mon-
I want to apologize for any ill
treatment by Jefferson County
fans. I also want to apologize for
the lack of adequate restroom
facilities. I especially want to
apologize for the public address
announcer who was more of a
disc jockey than announcer.
Memorial Stadium has hosted
three state championship games
over the years, along with nu-
merous playoff games. In recent
years the facility has suffered
from the lack of funds and
proper maintenance. For those
of us who have treated Memo-
rial Stadium as a shrine, we still
love it and the excitement;--it
mission--water supply, water
quality, flood protection and
natural resource protection. That
effort has served the district and
its citizens well.
As a diligent steward of tax-
payer dollars, the district has
tightened its belt, readjusted
priorities, eliminated non-critical
staff positions, sought
outsourcing where it made
sense, downsized or cut pro-
grams that didn't meet our core
mission principals, acquired
funding through grants and part-
nerships and generally found
ways to do more with less.
For example, this past year
the district completed its water
supply assessment study and
designated four water resource
caution areas in an effort to en-
sure adequate groundwater re-
sources to meet future demands
for the next 20 years.
The district embarked on a
joint regional water supply plan
with neighboring St. Johns River
Water Management District to
develop and implement a mini-
mum flows and levels preven-
tion and recovery strategy when
withdrawals in one district con-
tribute to water resource impacts
in the other district.
This landmark agreement is
vital to successfully addressing
future protection of our rivers,
lakes, springs and natural sys-
We also strengthened our
partnership with the state of
Georgia, where roughly 55 per-
cent of the Suwannee River Ba-
sin is located.
The district has accomplished
much, but there is still so much
left to do. Fiscal challenges will
not dampen the district's deter-
mination to "get the water
losing our springs and other
precious water resources is not
an option, and with the contin-
ued support of the legislature
and the Department of Envi-
ronmental Protection, the district
will continue to find innovative,
cost-effective ways to meet the
needs of its citizens while pro-
tecting our environment.
Donald J. Quincey Jr.,
Toys en route for
Christmas C hil IIU
It is with great joy that I write
again this year about Operation
Christmas Child, an evangelistic
ministry of Samaritan's Purse.
A total of 3,126 shoeboxes came
iin to the Keystone Heights relay
'center for poor children around
'the world! This high number in
a poor economy reveals the love
and sacrifice that is an integral
part of our Lake Region.
These simple gifts of small
toys, school supplies and hy-
iene items are now en route to
'the countries of Panama, Baha-
'mas, Seychelles, Ukraine, Leba-
non, Belize, Ecuador, Mace-
donia, and the African countries
of Benin, Kenya, Madagascar,
~Namibia, Tanzania, Togo and
,My family served in the At-
lanta Processing Center over
Thanksgiving weekend where
we helped to set a record of
proCessing over 103,000 shoe
boxes in a day for the count~iew
of Panama and Ukraine.
A big thank you goes to eve-
tyone who packed a shoebox or
in some way helped to promote
this ministry of compassion to
This was my fifth year of act-
ling as the Keystone. Heights
relay center coordinator. Once
again, I was thrilled to see a
giving response -by so many in
our community. Stores and res-
taurants advertised \vith colorful
posters. The Lake Region
Monitor encouraged participa-
tion through articles and photos.
Beall's Outlet store donated
Countless numbers of empty
shoebo~xesto wrap and pack.
~Red. and green decorative OCC
shoeboxes were offered'at Bon-
nie's Pizza, Hedricl;'s Hair Sa-
lon, Johnny's Barbecue and
Mallard's Dollarama to fill.
'McDonald's donated 600
$Happy Meal toys as fillers. The
jSalvation Army donated color.,
Iing books, crayons, stuffed la-
dybugs, transformable teddy
bears, Barbie dolls and other
'small toys to multiple shoe-
Ladies knitted hats to put iq ~d
shoeboxes and men mae
wooden cars. Johnny's adver-
tised Trinity Baptist Church as
the -relay center for shoebox
drop-off on its sign. Friendship
:Bble Chrho if ed pople
Bryan's 'Ace Hardware and
Elixson Wood Products helped
to transport 161 heavy cartons of
shoeboxes' to the GainesvillC
For~ty-tivo. volunteers served
t chlect, count and pack the
shoe ~i~s .at~ the relay center
over an hight dity period. 'Rising
to the top wuere~ the 26 churches,
six civic groups, four schools
and two families who sacrificed
their time to pack the 3,126
sitoeboxes. .Considerate donors,
iyou did an incredible job! You
ihari made a difference in the
Slikes obfY2 rioysj~ and girls.
Not enough thanks can be
given to the,,Lake Region for
your compassionate giving of
sly~Q:GBS;''Il~ e have been the
hh i~'of ~~~s s in giving these
~tf~~;:~:i~t~S,Pray for the .
d~)l~~g:H,~: e~l l~~11! receive our.
Research shows that one
shoebox touches the'lives of 10
people! If this is true, we have .
impacted'31~20 people!,, When
my amly'rrved home from
here in two
when you return
years, some im-
will have been
Max Bilinski, retired teacher,
coach and athletic director at
Jefgerson County High School
Over the past several years,
the Suwannee River Water
Management District has
adapted- to difficult and chang-
ing economic times by refocus-
ing our human and financial
resources solely on our core
There are many In this old world of ours who hold that'
things break about even for all of us. I have observed'
for example that we a/I get the same amount of ice. ~
The rich get it in the summertime and the poor get it if
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SThe couple resides in Ti-
tusville. Sean Davis owns and
operates a professional detailing
business in that area and Shant61
Davis works as a training 6coor-
dinator for the sheriff s dfrice
The bride-elect graduated
from St. Leo University with a
bachelor's degree in elementary
education. She is employed by
the Clay County School District
and teaches at McRae Elemen-
The groom-elect plans to
graduate from the University of
North Florida in April with a
bachelor's degree in sports
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(904) 964-8855 firstname.lastname@example.org.
John R.Buchheimer, Pastor
E erone Welcomze!
The date of death of Hiram
Bland, as featured in a story
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of the Daughters of the
American Revolution, is Nov.
24, 1864. It was reported
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The airmen completed an in-
tensive, eight-week program that
included training in military
discipline and studies, Air Force
core values, physical fitness and
basic warfare principles and
Airmen who complete basic
training earn four credits toward
an associate in applied science
degree through the Community
College of the Air Force.
Perry is the son of Vanessa
Young and the brother of Troy
Perry, both of Starke. He is a
2005 graduate of Bradford High
Moquin is the son of Donna
Moquin of Macclenny and Mat-
thew Moquin of Orange Park.
He is a 2010 graduate of Florida
Youth Challenge Academy at
The Bradford County
Committee will meet
Thursday, Dec. 8, in the
boardroom at Capital City
Bank in Starke at 7 pa. .?. .
The Florida primary,
which takes place Jan..31,
2012, will be discussed, as will .
the GOP candidates and who is
topping the latest polls.
The Bradford County
Committee represents the
Republicans of Bradford
County. If you are a registered
Republican, now is the time to
join. Precinct chairmen are
still needed in some areas.
If you or anyone you know
is interested in
getting involved, please attend
this meeting. For more
information about being
or getting involved at the
county level, contact Chairman
David Dodge at 352-222-8609.
theater to hold
Starke on Sun.
Lake Region Community
Theater and A New Voice wilt
be holding auditions this
Sunday, Dec. 11, at Chrissy's
Olde Meeting House Caf6 in
Starke at 2 p.m.
Auditions, which are open to
ages 9-18, are foray
performance that is scheduled
for N~arch 2-4 at Camp
Keystone. Rehearsals for this
performance will begin in
Please wear sneakers to
If you cannot audition on
Dec. 11, please call Karyn
Merritt at 904-263-0839 to
schedule another time.
Anyone 17 or older who is
interested in acting in future
shows are invited to speak
with theater representatives
and fill out an interest/contact
form on Dec. 11 at Chrissy's at
For more information,
.please 'call Merritt at the
previously mentioned number,
or send email to
Tea should be taken nIn
solitude. --C.S. Lewis
Airmanl" Class Nathanlel L.
Air Force Airman Ist Class
Nathaniel L. Buchholtz gradu-
ated from basic military training
at Lackland Air Force Base, San
The airman completed an in-
tensive, eight-week program that
included training in military
discipline and studies, Air Force
core values, physical fitness and
basic warfare principles and
skills. These values help trans-
form trainees into warriors. The
program instills character in
airmen and helps them! under-
stand and appreciate what it
means to be a member of the
world's greatest air and space
Airmen who complete basic
training earn four credits toward
an associate in applied science
degree through the Community
College of the Air Force.
Buchholtz is the son of Pat-
rick and Kari Buchholtz of Law-
Alir Force AirnanM asCllus
Moquin graduated from basic
military training at Lackland Air
Force Base, San Antonio, Texas.
The family of George "Buck"
and Rose Gill recently cele-
brated their 50th wedding anni-
versary. The couple was married
three different times over a two-
day period, from Dec. 7-9, in
1961 in Frankfurt, Germany.
The family held a dinner at
Ruth's Chris Steak House in
Celebrating were their chil-
dren Pat (Richard) L~enire of
Green Cove Springs, Christina
Ortega of St. Augustine and
Heidi (Stan) Lee of Jacksonville.
Also celebrating were grand-
children Steven Lemire,
Chaylen and Alexis Ortega, and
Skylar, Makenzie and Maddox
.The descendants of Sheldon
"Shad" Hampton Thompson and
his wife, Avie Louise "Lou"
Stokes, recently gathered at the
banquet. room in the Starke
.IHOP restaurant for a family
rteundees viewed enlarged
pedigree sheets, family pictures,
and a map depicting where their
relatives lived in Lawtey. There
ias also a slide show of family
Attendees were also able to
view and obtain a CD of the
genealogy book titled, "The
Shad Thompson and Lou Stokes
Family of Charlton County, Ga.,
book could also be ordered.
joyEed ood isnn anelndshi and
a sharing family time.
Mr. and Mrs. Sean Davis
Williams, Davis are wed Nov. 17
Shisht61 Williams and Sean c.
Davis were married Nov. 1`7,
The two are the children of
Jerome Williams, Veronica
Jewel Landy. Davis is a gradu-
ate of Bradford High School and
Adams to wed
~:~Linda and George Cruce of
Starke announce the approach-
mn marri ge of their daughter
Jiria P 1sly to Ch itoh '
Ad ms, t so of Theres Ru
11 l~ad Keith' Adas both of
The ceremony will take place
0t Ilp.m. on S trnay eDee 17
odist Church in Starke. No ~invi-
tations are necessary, all~friends
and family members are invited
to reeption will follow the
ceremony and will be held at the
Starke Woman's Club, across
the street from the church.
Od)ATESL; r I
Ethan Matthew Kerce
Sheila and Matt Kerce of
Providence announce the birth
of thier son, Ethan Matthew
Kerce, on. Aug. 26, 2011, at
Shands of Gainesville.
He weighed seven pounds,
gounce andhtneasue iRS
brothers, Docota Hall and
Maternal grandparents are
John and Libby Clemons of
Starke. Paternal grandparents
are Johnny and Myrtle Kerce of
lacilla Kay Roberts and
Stetson Wayne -Doir
.DOW to wed ~
Mr. and Mrs. Scott Roberts of
Keystone-Heights announce the
engagement and approaching
Smariiage of their daughter, Pris-
cilla Kay Roberts, to Stetson
SWayne Dow, the son of Mr. and
SMrs. Gregory Dow of Keystone .
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Therefore, the chance to
watch Laettner working with
the players was an opportunity
for the rest of the Southeastern
Christian Conference coaches.
"Really, we've seen the
dividends it has paid at
Beaches Chapel," Roehm said.
'I know as far as N~orthside is
concerned, we definitely plan
to take advantage of all that
(Laettner) has offered.
Hopefully, that will im rove
our basketball (program)."
Laettner, who conducts
player and coaching clinics as
part of his basketball academy,
said he enjoys working with
youth. It helps fill a hole mn his
life that came with the end of
his playing career--though he
is a part-time member of the
ABA Jacksonville Giants--
and feels like anything but
"It's easy for me to go out
there and help the kids and
give them some suggestions,"
Laettner said. "It's a lot of
During the boys' clinic,
Laettner, who is a few inches
shy of 7 feet, was mixing it up
with the players during a drill.
Northside player Sean Hanson
was faced with the task of
trying to rip the ball from
Laettner's grasp, while Hope
player Andre Canady had to
contend with Laettner's large
frame as he drove to the basket
for a layup attempt.
"I do like to goof around
with them and treat them
rough once in a while,"
Roehm was of~ course
thrilled to have Laettner work
with the kids, but as you might
imagine, the kids had no clue
who Laettner was, Roehm
Laettner said that's usually
the case with any young
people he works with, but in
SBY CLIFF SMELLEY
:Regional News/Sports Editor
Being on the same court
withh Duke University great
SChristian Laettner may sound
lik'e a dream, but the U.S.
eymber made tht a reality or
players at Hope Christian
Academy, Northside Christian
TAcademy and the other schools
that make u'p the Southeastern
I:* Laettner conducted skills
Lt.1inics for boys and girls as
pgart of the Southeastern
preseason jamboree that was
held at Starke's Northside
.Christian Dec. 2-3. -
"It's still fairly unreal for us
to have someone like Christian
come," Northside Principal
Toby Roehm said in the midst
of the Dec. 3 activities. "Just
the possibility of him coming
was Preat -
Roehm said Chris Walls, the
principal of Beaches Chapel
School in Jacksonville,
mentioned he might be able to
get Laettner to come and work
with the players. Laettner, who
lives in Ponte Vedra, had done
some work with the Beaches
Chapel programs in the past.
Beaches Chapel's girls' team
won the conference
championship last year, wNhile
the boys' team was runner-up.
Joe Moore of Hope Christian has his work cut out for
him as he tries to move the ball past Christian
said of being involved in such' draft. He played 13 seasons in
a play. "It's not a bad thing to the NBA before retiring in
happen to a guy. I love it, even~ 2005.
if I'm real quiet about it and It's hard to single out one
don't mention it to my kids." career highlight from among
Laettner played in four so many, Laettner said, though
straight Final Fours at Duke he did say, "The thing I'm
and was a member of two probably the most proud of is
straight national championship the first championship at
teams. He was the only college Duke. You try to get good at
player selected for the original basketball so you can win a
Dream Team and was selected championship. The first one is
third overall in the 1992 NBA a really good feeling."
Hope's Caleb Jones
won the free-throw
how he wants
players to pass
the ball from
one hand to the
,: their legs as
disrupt a shot
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It was another late goal that
hepsd so eerleatome Heigh s
ait Distriis 52imeopponenn,
from Juan Grimaldo as the
Indians and Raiders each
scored a goat~in a Dec. 5 match
Keystone (6-3-3, .4-0-2 in
District 5) fell behind 1-0 early
when. Santa Fe's Francisco
Wall scored in the fourth
minute. The match was
scoreless after that until
Grimaldo scored off of a
Tucker McLean assist in the
The two teams met each
other on Dec. I in Keystone,
with that match ending in a 2-
loAegaist healRaiders ha t e
Grimaldo corner kick evened
the score in the 67t" minute.
Santa Fe answered with a goal
in the 74'" minute to~ take a 2-1
lead, but Keystone's Zac
Holman scored off of a free
kick in the 77" minute for the
In between those two
matches, the Indfans got two
goals from Cory Hedding and
two assists from Grimaldo mn a.
5-o0 win over district oppone t
.Hedding scored his first goal
si thte IOmmint moHf of an
Crane added a 'goal
approximately 10 minutes later
off of a Grimaldo assist.
Keystone took a 3-0 lead
into the break' after McLean
scored off of a Logan Stanley
assist in the 24'h minute.
Holman scored off of a free
kick in the 61" minute, while
Hedding scored off Grimaldo's
assistminthe 74" minute.
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Trina Sessions (foreground) speaks at a division
"All the lieutenant governors
are in charge of setting up,
writing the maunscripts and
being in charge of pretty much
all the things you'd think
adults would be in charge of,"
Sessions said. "I'm really
interested to see how that all
works out and to see what all I
can help with."
Teenagers performing adult
duties and acting like adults
m t ngt connesh to co dcti g
impression on Sessions. It is,
however, simply the
continuation bof an n oKtd
aind one that will most likely
continue after she graduates
from high school. Sessions
anticipates being a part of
International--and then as part
of a Kiwanis Club itself
"I'm pretty much a
Kiwanian for life," Sessions
If you would like to help
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young--third or fourth
grade--was when I really
started to realize that there are
kids who actually need help.
They need toys for Christmas,"
' Sessions said. "I started to
realize that no matter where
you are in life, there's always
someone who has it worse off,
who needs your help.
"That's what really inspired
the tome tit emainhivoled i
the Key Club at KHHS when
She's busy mn Key Club at the
sttedlevsel, but Sessions said
school club is her passion, she
said, and she has goals for the
club before she graduates.
"I would really love to see
100 members--to hit triple
digits..and hopefully have a
majority of them be active
members and not just paid
members," Sessions said. "I
think that would be amazing.
The more people you have
serving, the more you can do."
SAs for the rest of her tenure
as lieutenant governor,
Sessions said one of the things
she is looking forward to is
next year's district convention
at which~ the lieutenant
governors will play an
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d, Susin fsaitd.a "W s
who e cwu a ed Ses sone t
~take thedposit c o pope
From all over the state who
were there and other lieutenant
governors 6f the past telling
:me, 'It's like the most fun
tthn you could ever do
iColleges love it, and you really
tget a chance to serve.' That
Kind of pushed me to do it,"
She gave a speech on why
~she thought she would be a
good leader in the community,
and then was voted into the
position. Since then, she has
given more speeches
:including talking to her adult
:peers at Kiwanis Club
metihna hnel ed hr hone her
"The first one I did, I went
'to Lake City Kiwanis,"
Sessions said. "I had no idea
w~hat I was supposed to speak
on. They asked ~m6 to be a
guest speaker. I was like, 'Oh, *
"Basically, I just tried to
instill in them the values Key
Club has and that we really
wanted to work, with them,
bcueC tt'sha really big goal
Besides speaking to Kiwanis
clubs, Sessions has attended a
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Florida' Key Club district
convention in May and
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It makes for a whirlwind
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also involved in cheerleading
and weightlifting at KHHS.
She said it sometimes seems
like she's attending some Key
Club/Kiwanis function every
other day. .
"Every once in a while, it
gets a little bit crazy, and my
mom has to remind me to
breathe," Sessions. said. "It's
something I love. I love having
,important ~things to do and
always having a task to do.
"Even though it's a little
o rwhe ned soetie I get
beln s iobut hat Sess on
to help others. That's why she
El iate Pr ]ct which is
raising money to eliminate
maternal and neonatal tetanus
"'m eecw ring all my
f(Division 4) clubs. to raise
j$250 for the cause," Sessions
SSessions is selling Eliminate
Seac shirt sd savess ngvelivea
She planned a recent bowlitig
fundraiser in conjunction with
:a division council meeting in
which $1 per game played
went toward the Eliminate
SProject, while she and her
Fellow KHHS Key Club
members trick or treated for
Small monetary donations this
j "We're trying to find fun
Sways to raise money,"
It was her experience in K-
I ings stuffing C rsta
Sand taking part in other service
activities, that helped foster
:her desire to help others,
"I guess when I was really
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LITTLE ROCK, ARK.--Patricia
Diane Balducci, 57, of McGehee,
Ark;., died Dec. 5, 2011, in Little
Rock, Ark. She \Jas born in Jack-
sonville on March 21, 1954, to the
Jare~ Charlie 3. "Red" and Anriie
SLastinger Jones, and graduated
f9 the University of North Flor-
?~he is survived by: her husband,
~j~Ed Balducci of McGeh'ee; a son,
;tan Balducci of Little Rock;
daughter, Gina (Chris) Bennett of
SLittle Rock; and two grandchildren.
A memorial service was held at
First Baptist Church in McGehee on
SDec. 3. Funeral services will be held
pt 3 p.m. at Jones-Gallagher Funeral
Home in Keystone Heights. Visita-
Ition with the family will be held
:ri 2-3 p.m. Interment will follow
Keystone Heights Cemetery.
In hieu of flowers, memorials may
be made to the Children's Ministry
at First Baptist Church, McGehee,
Ark., or to Caringbridge.org. Florida
arrangements are under the care of
Jones-Gallagher Fuperal Home,
Keystone Heights. Online condo-
lences may be left ~at
www.jonesgall agherfh .com.
Bacon Barrow, 75, of Keystone
Heights passed away unexpectedly
at North Florida Regional Medical
Center in Gainesville on Thursday'
Mrs. Barrow was bomn on Sept. 7,
ran6 iin JackdonM le pT Ch lt
Bacon. She was a graduate of Lan-
don High Schodl in Jacksonville
where she met and married her high
school sweetheart. Prior to her re-
tirement, she was an office manager
for Premier Water. Mrs. Barrow
enjoyed traveling, doing crossword
puzzles and playing scrabble. She
was also known by her family as a
"profes ional shodper."he hubad
of 56 years, Joe Barrow of Keystone
tHr tdas oo Ng tue Baeh h(Wa
~erie (Bret) Cole of Keystone
:~eights; a brother, Clinton
laryann) Bacon of Jacksonville;
nje grandsoli, Gregory Cole, and
Ine granddaughter, Paige Cole, both
pfKeystone Heights. She also
avsbehind numerous nieces,
:aephews, great nieces, great neph.
~Us and close friends.
,;,Mrs. Barrow loved and adored,
ii fipily- and .grandchildrea~lmplte ..
;i anyone will ever know.
~5'A memorial was held on Dec. 6,
: the Jones-Gallagher ,Funeral
7ome Chapel. In lieu bf flowers the
~i~ily is requesting that contribu-
oi~ns please be made to the Hospice
~P your choice or to St. Jude's.
'JTrrangements are umder the care of
bnes-Gallagher FuPeAIDH ARY
S~TARKE--Frances M. Carter,
,of Starkei died Nov. 30, 2011 at
insrManor Nursing Home. -
e11 was bomn in V~illa RcaGa., on
~arch 17, 19}9. ''
-Mrs,Carter haid been a resident
ltBradf~ord Cotmty for 10 years
I~fer moving' fmm Jacksonville,
~ihere she was anr owner and opera-
Sof frarics;AilitCour Motel for
pendable father, and a hard-working of 48 years, Teresa Ann Gainey, of .
provider for his family. Starke; his children, Travis (Laurie
Michael was preceded in death Jean) Dale Gainey of Jacksonville
by: itis son, Phillip Crapse; and his and Laurie (Daniel) Ann Wing of
daughter, Patricia June Wheeler. Ponte Vedra Beach; his sisters,
He is surived by: his loving wife Linda G. Cribbs, Iris Ludwig,
of 63 yeats, Ramona Mary Crapse Catherine Vanchoff and Christine
of Lawley; his children, Steven Bl1ack: his grandchildren. Shelbey
Crapse, Joe (Myriam) Crapse, Mary Lmusy, WYesley Giainey and Callie
(Rodney) Hill and Bruce (Kye Mae) Anna Green; his brother-like first
Crapse, all of Jacksonville, Bea cousin, H. Roger Gainey; and nu-
(Jimmy) Ceballos of Lawtey, and merous nieces and nephews.
Michael (Denise) Crapse Jr. of Key- Memorial services were held
stone Heights; his sister, Dorothy Dec. 7 at Archie Tanner Funeral
Haire; his 14 grandchildren and 12 Services with Pastor Dick Dixon
great-grandch'ildren- officiating. Arrangements are un-
Funeral services were held Dec. 2 der the cane and direction of Archie
at Bible Baptist Church with Pastor Tanner Funeral Services, Starke.
Roger Worten officiating. Inter- Visit
ment followed at Chapel Hill Mem- www~archietannerfuneraiservices.co
ory Gardens in Jacksonville. Ar- m to sign the family's guest book.
rangements were under the care and PAID OBITUARY
at Morris Hospice Pavilion Center
of Jacksonville following an ex-
Bomn in Starke on July 7, 1937,
Mrs. Lee moved to Jacksonville 50
years ago. She attended local
schools in Bradford County and
retired as a dietician at Methodist
Hospital in Jacksonville. She was a
member of Summerville Baptist
Mrs. Lee is survived by: sons,
Kienneth Jenkins of Jacksonville and
Milton Baker Sr. of Gainesvitle; a
daughter, Rose Ann Mack of Jack-
yonville; brothers, Virgel Postell,
Jack Postell, Douglas Postell and
George Postell, all of Alachua; sis-
ters, Elouise Hawkins of Gainesville
and Betty Decoursey; 12 grandchil-
dren and 33 great-grandchildren.
The wake and visitation will be
held Friday, Dec. 9, from 5-7 p.m.
at Summerville Baptist Church at
690 W. 20th St. in Jacksonville.
Funeral services will be held on
Saturday, Dec. 10, at 11 a.m. at the
church with ,Pastor James Henry
conducting the services. Haile Fu-
neral Home of Starke is in charge of
the arrangements. Flowers should
be sent to the church.
many years. Sht was a member of
Northside Baptist Church.
She was preceded in death by:
her husbands, Paul Mansffeld Sr.
and Charles B. Onrter; and her sons,
Paul Mansfield Jr. and Billy Mans-
She is survived by: her children,
Bob (Veronica) Mansfield of Starke
and "Mary' (Mike) Witt of Reno,
Nev.; four grandchildren, six great-
grandchildren, and one great-great-
Funeral services were held on
Dec. 5 at Archie Tanner Funeral
Services with Pastor Larry Finley
officiating. Interment followed at
Greenlawn Cemetery in Jackson-
ville. Arrangements were under the
care and direction of Archie Tanner
Funeral Services in Starke. Visit
m to sign the family's guest book.
Cogley, 72, of Keystone Heights
died Nov. 18, 2011. He served in
the U.S. Army, welded pipeline and
opened -Cogley's Bike-a-Rama in
He is survived by: his wife, Dois
Cogley; two children, Glen Jr. and
Christy; a sister, Jeannie Potts; and
A memorial service will be held
Saturday, Dec. 10, at 11 -a.m. at
Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home in
Keystone Heights. Dan Dodd will
officiate. Arrangements are under
the care of Jones-Gallagher Funeral
Home, Keystone Heights-
www .jonesgallagherfh .com.
STARKE-William Thomas Gill
Jr. 75, of Starke died Dec. 3, 2011'
at Shands at the University of Flor-
.He was bomn in Wilmmngton'
N.C., on Dec. 22, 1935, to the late
William Thomas Gill Sr. and
Maggie Lee Blue Gill. Mr. Gill was
raised in Starke and attended the
University'of Florida, where he
earned a bachelor's degree in busi-
ness. He retired after many years of
dedicated service as an insurance
underwriter at Kemper Insurance
Company. Mr. Gill lived in Atlanta,
Ga., for 18 years and more recently
relocated to Keystone Heights in
Mr. Gill was preceded in death
by his bother, Willis Lester
He is survived by: his niece, Les-
lie Balkcom of Starke; his nephew,
Hal Warren of Orlando; his cousin,
George P. (Rose) Gill of Kingsley
Lake; and many great nieces, neph-
wsandcosine srvices were held
De.ek a Santa Fe Cernteryue Ard
direction of Archie Tanner Funeral
ww ac hietanneSrfnkeeral service ~c
m to sign the family's guest book.
Green, 83, of Starke died Dec. 3,
2011. Mrs. Green was born in
Palatka in 1928 to the late William
and Mable Carter Stringfellow. She
was a wife, mother and homemaker.
Survivors are: her husband of 60
years. Inman Dow Green; ~tgo
daughters: Marie Golunka of Keri-
nesaw, Ga., and Deborah Ann Crium
of Palmetto; and two grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Dec. 7
at Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home in
Starke. Burial followed at Cmosby
JACKSONV ILLE -Lill ie Bell
Baker Lee, 74, of Jacksonville
passed away Tuesday, Dec. 6, 2011,
G.T. G 'ey
STARKEeamed Travis Gainey,
70, a lifelong resident of Starke,
psed away Dec. 2, 2011, at his
He was bomn in Starke on June
13, 1941, to the late Ralph Gainey
and Callie Harrell Gainey.
Gerald had been a lifelong mem-
ber of Grace Baptist Church and
was known by many in the commu-
nity as "G.T." or "Buddy." He
graduated from Bradford County
High School in 1959 and retired
after 24 years of dedicated service
as a mechanic at Montgomery Ward
in Jacksonville. Gerald enjoyed
hunting, fishing, farming and spend-
ing time with his family, especially
his grandchildren. -
He was preceded in death by his
sister, Deloris Dowling.
He is survived by: his loving wife
Ric~hard S Moniis. Aent
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Alphonso Footman had
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with runs of 5 and 9 yards to
help his team move to the 20.
Union's Alexander planted
Footman for a 1-yard loss on a
first-down play from there, but
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take. a screen pass from
Lenorris Footman and score to
put Jefferson up 27-6 10
seconds into the final quarter.
The PAT was no good.
Lenorris 'Footman finished
the game 7-of-10 for
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TIhe Tigers picked up two
first downs on the ensuing
drive, though one was the
result of another personal foul
penalty on Jeffersori. The only
first down the Union offense
actually earned was a 5-yard
pass from Harden to Dylan
Clark, which put the Tigers at
the Jefferson 35-yard line.
Harden, who finished the
game i1-of-19 for 42 yards,
completed seven passes on the
.drive, but Jus 4-yard pass to
Mabrey on a fourth-down play
left the Tigers 2 yards shy of a
frirttr tsn hefelt ba df r tis
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younger guys," Pruitt said.
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this field. I'm proud of them. I
can honestly say in all my
years of coaching, I've never
been so proud of a team than I
am with this group of kids."
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Jefferson's Lenorris Footman
was then stopped short on a
fourth-down sneak as Union's
defense kept it an eight-point
Jefferso'n threatened to score
again in the first half, but
Union's Tyson intercepted a
pass in the end zone.
Pruitt said he felt good aboi~t
being within eight points at the
half, but a costly mistake after
the break helped Jefferson add
seven points to its lead.
Jefferson received the
second-half kickoff and drove
past midfield, but Carl '
Alexander's 6-yard sack
forced the home team to punt.
The Jefferson punter bobbled
the snap, but managed to get a
kick off. The punt, which
bounced backward from where
it hit the ground, touched a
Union player. Jefferson
recovered the ball at the 30.
Pruitt said he didn't think
the player in question touched
"(The dfficialsl)osaitdkhe did,"
didn't think he did, but it is
what it is."
The end result was a 14-yard
touchdown run byl Alphonso
Footman with 5:12 to play in
the third quarter. The PAT put
Jefferson up 21-6.
Union came close to picking
up its second firSt down of the
game on its first series of the
second half, but Mabrey was
held to no gain on a third-and-
2 play. The Tigers went for the
first down on fourth down, but
.quarterback Austin" Harden's
pass was incomplete, giving
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Three players scored in
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Hamilton, finished the game
with 10 points. Strassberger
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Keystone got off to a quick
start, scoring the game's first
eight points. Shobris had two
consecutive baskets before the
Tornadoes reeled off eight
straight points of their own.
Diggs sank two free throws
and cot'verted a layup attempt
off a fastbreak opportunity to
help Bradford tie. the score
before Zinkel knocked down a
jumper to put Keystone up 10~
other for a
l oose ball are
A long jump shot by
Mackenzie Dicks sent
Keystone into the second
quarter up 14-10.
Bradford's Nicole Jenkins
had two baskets in the second
quarter as the Tornadoes were
able to cut into Keystone''s
lead by one. Shobris and
Bradford' s Wilisha Griner
exchanged baskets before
Keystone increased its lead to
seven, getting baskets from
Strassberger and Hannah
A steal by Zinkel led to a
basket in the paint by
Strassberger with less than 20
seconds remaining in the half
to keep the Indians up by'
seven, but Diggs was fouled on
a drive with eight seconds left.
She made both free throws to
make it a five-point game at
Diggs, who led Bradford
with 16 points, had six points
in the third quarter, while
Alagria Chandler had a 3-
pointer to help the Tornadoes
Jenk~ins was the Tornadoes'
second-leading~ scorer with
Keystone will travel to play
distrief' opponent Interlachen
on Friday, Dec. 9, at 6 p.m. On
Monday, the Indians host
district opponent Fort White at
7:30 p.m. following a junior
varsity game at 6 p.m.
The Tornadoes host Union
County on Thursday, Dec. 8,
before traveling to Orange
Park to play Ridgeview on
Monday, Dec. 12. On Tuesday,
Dec. 13, Bradford travels to
Alachua to play district
opponent Santa Fe. Those
games are all scheduled for
7:30 p.m. following junior
points when Taquandra Diggs
scored on a drive to the basket.
Keystone scored six of the
next eight points, including
three points from the foul line
by Holly Strassberger.
Meghan Zinkel helped the
Indians stay in the lead by
scoring five points and coming
up with four steals'in the final
five minutes. Her jump shot
after the Tornadoes had made
four free throws put the
Indians up 44-35 with
approximately two minutes left
in the game.
Zinkel, who had the steal
that led to the game's final
Bradford's Mackenzie Gault (center) fights through
Keystone players Holly Straissberger (left) and
eight. Zinkel also had four
steals, three blocked shots and
Holly Strassberger led the
team in assists with five.
Score by Quarter
WHS* 4 9 9 13--35
KHHS* 16 9 13 7--45
Keystone scoring (45):
Mackenzie Dicks 6, Caiylen
Gonzales 4, Hannah Hamilton
4, Jordan Leitheiser 6, Jasmine
r~rans erge 5, SZnk Is 8. 3
pointers: Pernell. Free
Santa Fe 45 KHHS 34
Shobris posted a double-
double, but it wasn't enough in
the Indians' 45-.34 district loss
to Santa Fe on Dec. I in
tlh3 Shal tbhee ren usoe
le~f them tryingrto rally from
rebounds and scored 11 points.
foore by Quarter
KHHS: 9 7 5 12--34
SFHS: 4 18 13 10--45'
Keystone scoring (34): Dicks
5, Gonzales 5, Hamilton 4,
Leitheiser 3, Pernell 1, Shobris
11, Strassberger 4, Zinkel 1.
Free throws: 18-49.
,,:\ t? c .~c.~e
Ke stone's Jasmine
Nicole Jenkins in the
Florida room, front liv-
ing room, dining room
and family room with real
wood flooring, marble
fireplace and built in wood
shelves and cabinets, 2
car garage, utility room
in garage with W/D hook-
ups, 2 storage sheds,
large yard 1 acre with
multiple fruit trees, 1 mile
east of hospital on CR
230 (Call Street), great
aea for kids and recred
shopping. $198K obo,
call 352-494-7987 and
leave message. View by
2BR/1BA NEWLY REMOD-
ELED, $65,000. 696 Ep-
m33onSt. in Starke. 352
ALL 2011's MUST GO!
All homes at dead cost!
Save up to$10,000. North
Pointe Homes, Gaines-
WE NEED USED MOBILE
HOMESI Will buy or trade
Top dollar paid. North
LAND AND HOME PACK-
AGES for mobile homes
and modular homes. No
anyone a perfect starter
home, built in 99 it has
been well maintained and
is located on very shaded
1 acre lot and is priced
to sell at $39,995. Will
Consider RTO/OF at only
$305/mo. Call 904-589-
2()00 HOMES OF MERIT
'32x70 3BR/2BA tape &
texture model. Set up and
delivery $49.995. Buy this
home and save $10,000.
CahlB uce 3 6-m S 42
CLEARANCE SALE, all
lot models must go. No
reasonable offer refused
on any model home we
carry. Save, save, save
call 386-418-0424 13th
Street Home Sales, Ala-
MITS, included. Buy my
2012 32 wide 4BR/2BA
del and set up, A/C and
skirting included for
$59,995. Now that's a
deal. Call 386-418-0424
ask for K~yle.
SAVE $23,995 SAVE 1997
16X80 Horton, super
clean. Delivery to your
lot and set up, A/C in-
cluded. Call Ridge 386-
418-0424, 13th Street
money down if you own
your land. 100 mile ra.
dius. North Point Homes,
32x80 on 8.61 Acres. Mint
condition, shed, porch,
beautiful. Only $89,900
or $3995 down/$599/mo.
MANAGER SPECIAL, only 1
at this pricel Huge 32x80
4BR set up and delivered.
$4900. Ia Ja~re or
BANK REPO 1999 3BR
DWMH. Great shap8! Set
up and delivered $29,900.
Call Greg @ 904-259-
foQ MONEY DOWN. When
you own your own land,
'no money downl Call 904-
WAYNE FRIER MACCLEN-
NY new location. Exit
900o Ito 0Dn b eds
outlet in North Florida.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 3BR/
2BA, 1200 sq.t. Built in03
on nicely landscaped acre
with gravel driveway. Lots
of shade trees will sacri-
fice for $49,900. Consider
RTO/OF at $329/mo. Call
FORT WHITE. This lovely
3BR/2BA would make
in this newspaper are
available, on an equal
opportunity basis. To
complain of discrimina-
tion, call HUD toil-free at
1-800-669-9777, the toll~
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for the hearing impaired
is 1-800-927-9275, For
further information call
Florida Commission on
Human Relations, Lisa
$CASH$ FOR JUNK cars.
up to $500. Free pick up,
running or not. Call 352-
GAS SAVER, 1999 Ford
Escort Sport. Excellent
93 MAZDA PROTEGE,
good running condition,
dependable, 5 speed.
$1,000 OBO. 352-473-
Land For Sale
1 ACRE HIGH & dry, oak
trees, ready for home or
mobile home. Keystone
Heights area. Asking
$6,500. Call 904-6319
3.5 ACRES, asking $22,000
or 1.75 acres, asking
$12,500, high and dry,
Cleared, ready for home
or mobile home. Call
Marlena Palmer at Smith
& Smith Realty, 904-422-
40 Notice -
45 Landfor~uo -c .
46, lical state titofA'rea
Rent,t Lhse, Sole -
4V hlbi ~me ~o r Sale
501 For Rent. -
52 Animahs & Pets
g est ne Yard Sales
571 For Sale
58 Building Mahterials
59 Personal Services
66 Sctarial Services
63 Love Lines
6~linne O prtunity
6 In etumenta O rt nity
68 Rena toOwn
69 Food Supplements
70 Mlone to Lend
72 Spring Goods
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Florida, Gateway College's Physical
Therapist Assistant program is CAPTEi
accredited through 2020. The program
is supported by experienced ACCE
full-time faculty and.adjunct faculty.
Teach Courses in the Physical
Therapist Assistant program. Advise
st dents. Conduc selection process of
courses in areas of syllabi, lesson
paqnse tests, cou rs offerings n
implement heeded improvements.
Assist faculty in developing, preparing
and updating program materials.
Maintain accreditatiohr processes of the
Commission on Accreditation in
Physical Therapy Education (CAPTE).
Keep informed of changes affecting
pro rams as mandated by accrediting
agency. Maintain accurate literature
regarding program' sa mission
requirements. Assist in the preparation
of p ogam budget. Maintain PTA--
AusldFitary committee. oversee semi-
bririirafrineeting~s. Assist in curriculum
f9VieWS. Maintain COmmunication with
health care agencies. Promote positive
iegjgtjOnShigis. Conduct student follow
ucp surveys. Educational Experience
Requifed: Master's degree, with at
least one degree in the field of Physical
Therapy or Physical Therapist
Assistant. Knowledge, Skills, Abilities
Required: Licensure as a physical
therapist or certification as a physical"
therapist assistant. Minimum 3 years
experience in clinical practice; didactic
andlor clinical teaching experience; ~
experience in administration,
educational theory and methodology'
experec ogn nes rue oncal din a'nt
evaluation and outcomes assessment.
Desirable Qualifications: Community -
.College teaching experience. DPT
Salary: Based on degree and
experience. Application deadline:.
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Persons interested should provide
College application, vita, and
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transcripts must be submitted with :
official translation and evaluatiofi.~
Position details and appljicptionls :
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Lake City, FL 32025--2007
Phone (386) 754-~4314 '
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FGC is accredited by the Commlssioni on Colleges of the
Southern Association of Co leges and 5 tools.
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Florida~orks is now offeririg 'the
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Officers and the FCJBAT for entry
level Police Officers. Please cintaict
Susan Brown at North Flonida Regional
Chaniber of Commerce at (904) 9`64-
5278 to schedule an appointriient;.
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LAWN SERVICE ;
FREE ESTIMAY &
"Quality Wo~rk,...low Pries
KEVIN'S LAWN SERVICE
Keystone Hauling & .
Handyrman Service, LLC
Sunda Deie~rP-1 .1-5 m
274 Noa Rd.* Hawthorne, FL 32 40
Dif0CtionS: SR-21 South, go past SR-20 &
CR-20A, go left on Neal R~d., just past
Darkwater Lake Rd. Look for sign on left.
Sue Plaster, Realtor
3 Bedrooms 2 Baths
Only*400 moves you int
212 & 312 $579 mth.* 4/2 $729 mth.
d ezidisbuS Units Available.
1 AND 2
607 Bradford Court Starke, FL
Call for IIOre IRfo
Hearing Impaired Only
Handicaliped Accessible .
..... Provider; and~ployr 4.@
SPECIALL 1 MONTH RENT
FREEl Nice, newly reno-
vated 2 & 3 BRe mible
7ulr eoi -Tequre .
RAB TLstHOMESt $5
Super month. Hidden Oaks.
SLake Butler. Call 386-
~ERY NICE ONE PERSON
P URNISHED APT. on
SBedford Lake. Possible
Sdiscounts and perks.Ref-
erences required. For
Information call 352-473-
AKE SANTA FE 2BR/1.5BA
furnished Mobile Home.
ORBA 1 s /ERDR -
final and security on pay-
ment plan. Call Joan 904-
~AKE BUTLER APART- -
MENTS, 1005 SW 6th St-
Starke 32054. TDDITTY
'711. Rental assistance for
Launr flty and pla -
n-a aue pr vided. Ths
o prtnty p ovder a d
Pl MANENT ROOMS
for rent at the Magnolia
904-964-4303 for more
2B~ BA 9 Epperson St.
in Starke. $700/mo. 352-
U /TIR 1BR APART-
MI NT with washer/dryer
mth Cl m04 94 4300
HOS FO R NT 3BF
2A wit hg age ar 7
FURNISHED 2BR/1BA (all
Andy b en. .o s
depst Out city limit
ACROSS FROM COUNTRY
CLUB. Just set up 3BR/
2BA, CH/A, DWMH on 1
1/2Acres, treeed iot.GCar-
den tub, fire place. New
bill. Non-smoking, service
.animals only, references-
$700/mo. plus $700 secu-
2BR/1BA HOUSElst &
sec. deposit, $b600. Lake
.Geneva area. Call 352-
2BR/28A HOME with large
Club. $575/mo. Call 904-
NEAR LAKE BUTLER, small
3BR/1 BA singlewide. After
4pmn call 386-496-2599.
3BR/1.5BA, PLUS DEN'
HOME available January
WHILE YOU WAIT
Per Copy I-
.uantity discount available.
Check out the Classifieds for a job
fit just for you.
Elle Mrabforb QCounty Ecl~egrapl)
131 West Call Street *,Starke, FL
904-964-6305 Fax: 904-964-8628
Out of Area Classifieds
KEYSTONE VILLAGE APARTMENTS
*Convenient to shopping. rsusturantboat ramps,
SKeystone. Height publhe beach, schdols, banks ` :
bA medical faaclities Al Umts have additional outside storage
*Full carpeting and vinyl flooring
Central air conditioning and heatmng Custom cabinets
*Ample pariang One store only no stairs to climb
*Lovely landsca ng Patios'B Porches for outdoor living
418 S.E. 41st Loop in Keystonle Club EstateS
(Next to the Gjolf Course) A
Hadc Comle in and see us or callus at 352 473-3682 L.-
Equipped TDI) dial 711 OPPRTI,
This institution is an Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer.
S~tbH 201b. Gift
Qrang s or Ruby
thit~ &t Air'
aec e er~a t ed
Plia c e nt en t
As s)9t anc e !
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Jr 8B Sectidn
rsme to lyd~esme~t
in, Andew Paving, Inc.
6327 NW. 123rd Place.
TE RRY nRdM LeA-
Farm. Batesville, 199
hasi sitin be ra
crops. 3/mo. experience
required for duties listed,
and able to obtain clean
DL in 30 days following
hire,. tools, equipment
housing and daily trans.
& subsistence expenses
reimbursed. $8.97/hr. 3/4
work period guaranteed
Apply at the nearest State
Workforce Aency with
S LS Re reen civ
is goal-oriented, self-mo-
tivated and passionate
about sales end customer
service. No experience
nceis rh. ue ,fe$
$25.00/hour + bonus,
Health insurance, 9 paiid
hR coptr nytmss
as Windows and Micro-
tpe it e st e5wod spe
minute. Excellent cm
munication and intecomr-
sonal skills. A ply nin
at www.Infin io ~ery
LOVE'N & LEARNING child-
care center in Broolpjr
is taking applicationgdr
infant room teachers ds-
sistant. Call Denise 352-
GA NE VLLE AREA fOr
For info call Craig @ 1i
HAIR STYLIST wanted for
Starke Area. Call 9041
Starke. Chihdren clothe ,
friure, h tms o l
3 FA IY GARAGE SALE.
Sat &Sun 9a .-3p .
a me cjo hesr ohuse-
NICE YARD SALE, Sat.
9am.-? 225 CR. 225,
across from Methodist
Church, Lawtey. Small
tools, house wares, men's
nice suits, ladies clothes,
shoes, boots, western
ESTATE SALE, FRI. SAT
fore Postmaster's VIIlage
Tools, furniture, house-
hold items, etc, too much
toujit. ntire houseig a
SAT. DEC. 10, 7am.-2pm.
8156 County Line Rd ,
3Meloe Dm set cs
tmskha Rd s on
6UG I rRD SALE -S t
cohouehodes, bode/ikes stf
CAHFFRo JUrtkca r$200
&Kds otry odut, Ca 3 2
h use o d ntms bks
$100 FO UKcr$0
1 p On e pIcS e 18, rn
atmets Cent nd"' AY
plagrond, pueraivate and -
Son S eR-1,01Suhm
VIsDrStarke, FL r cll
71.Ti nstituto i
tary stuff, clocks, photo
albums, car hood orna-
Imes adrits~in sns ,
catalg, Call Larry 386-
KE MOrE SLASS TOP
RANGE, self cleaning,
white, $250. 20" Huffy
rocket bike $45. 352-
HOSPITAL BED for sale,
Q UEEN BED BOX
never used, $400 Serta.
CaII Roy 904-964-5893,
QU LeNmG ST NDS, $20
not working $10, blinds $2
.each, large china hutch
$25, sofa $20. Please call
CLAR FONATO R
of nnhdte 6wat r-dam
ing & ri In Hou / l
y olgment. aWeo rf
ecavatnon and sEal
tintC : Dan~n ~Bddi
FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
has money to lend for MH
g lad packages. 1-800-
JERRY'S HAULING WE
BUY JUNK CARS, with
or without titlesl Wll pic
Cal 0- 2-19-9365 or 904-
qpual ous lbg,
instituti00 is 80
Cag Nit atg (
grass cuts, weed ea -
ing an heg ngn Gt at
C RE IEiyu home.
5yer exp rene, ex
WANT D 4 Licensed Hair-
stylists, 2 Nail Techni-
cians, Certified Skin Care
Tech., and a Massage
Therapist. Call 904-964-
WE WL LBE HIRING total
of 2 certified teachers and
2 PARA. professionals,
4.Ples coct Pa t
employment. One PARA.
needed by 11-28-2011.
HIII MAN, TAIL MAN, & UU
PFPE AYER mneedendd
-J wie now it! 6
1.ocated in Strke
Warren, mgr at
15th, 2012 on Little Lake
Geneva. Has upstairs
deck over looking lake'
570 depst r3 l f
more information 352-
3B 12A 1600 SO.FT.
HOME Electric fireplace.
CH/A, separate dining
room. Tile and woodfloors
throughout. Large privacy
fenced yard. Wrap around
porch, screened in back
porch w/ dry pantry, and
laundry area. $6850/mo.
plus $500 sec. dep. Non-
threatening pets allowed
w/ $250 non- refundable
pet fee. 408 Lafayette
St. Starke. Call 352-258.
access, 71 S 7nthI
St. $575 per mont pm s
security. Call 352-216-
ST RKE 4BR/3BA, 2052
sq.ft. Built in 04. This
home is equipped with all
the amenities you could
InRTO Fa 89 5/mo.
MIDDLE RGM 4R BA
cleanR li ngdDe /o
kitchen,efron and bc
Landscaped 1 acre yard'
LK e GeeaO EB1BOAN
CH/A, $600/mo. $400
dpsit. Call Q04-9557
3Bos 2t to~w,o $acem.
pu de osit. Call 352-
2RBW kSWMH rCHIa
e at nok~pl2 4o ar nd
KEYSTONE 2BR/1BA Sin
Gn1ar Mn dpeveh r .
fron deck,pnuewd cap
20K O 11 RENT,
if qualified. Available
now. 1BR/1BA house on
Lake Geneva, Keystone
Heights area. Work 25
hours per month $10 hr,
8Peayecal fr more I-
2 BR / 1BA LAR GE
YARD,CHIA, very clean
Lawn maintenance and
water included. $470/mo.
plus deposit. Call 904-
KEYSTONE MEIGWFS -~`:
naRid2tA swakf: wh I -~
and town. $50/mo. $550
depoelt. Call for Informa-
2BR/1BA MOBILE HOME.
Hampton Lake area. Wa-
NE 19th LN. (Old Lawtey
Road). Furniture, clothes,
and more. Everything
OF DEATH. Enclose huge
yrd 3ae. Fri.1& aet
Pratt St., Saratoga Hts. 7
1/2' Christmas tree, deco- '
rations, oak dining table,
2 old oak desk chairs, 2
treadmills, 2" hitch dual
bike rack, car tow hitch,
pocket knives, bike leath-
er desk chairs, air hockey
table, kids chord organ*
Iamps, stereolphono, jew-
elry, tons more. Priced to
rage Sale, Fri. & Sat. 8:
a.-? Furniture lots of
Cmristmas and husehold
items, clothes, shoes,-and
much, much, more. Come
see for yourself off of Old
Lawtey Road, across from
SAT 8lAM -P1M. 081 Fas
tertainment ce rmrbooks,
YARD SALE Sat. 8am.-7
hold items, toys,
YAR SALE Sat 8a~m -2pem-
YARD S leE Fri. & Sat.
'9am.-4pm. 14096 Griffis
tLoop 100A vre 2nd R
iflatable ky ,a camping
rtve mdrtsi rop
cothes, afghans, misc.
8a .-pm o 0 Gln
clothes, etc. s
YAR 0 AESa.8 08uN
MOVN 18 LE Lawtey Frl.
& Sat. 9am.-2pm. Fur-
.ni aresmall and argse
washeraend dryer, ali size
and types of clothes, toys
play house, swing set
tools, and more.
THURS, FRI. SAT. 8am.-
5pm. 14706 75t Av.
ter agdgarbage included,
clean with screened back
porch, ready to move
M n 3 1/m Cal D b
mo. includes utilities. Ser.
vice h at~ls only. 352.
3BR/1BA SINGLE WIDE,
between Lake Butler and
Starke. $300 deposit,
$500/mio. Call 904-284-
9223 or 904-305-8287.
2BR/1BA single wide on
large corner lot. CH/A
$425/mo. plus deposit.
MELROSE 2BR/1 A MH
in quiet comniy $395
Me uot wih$0 e
$300t deposit. Call 352-
3BR/2BA DWMH quite
area off CR 221, Starke- -
deck, CH/A, service ani-
mals only. $550/mo. plus ~
deposit. Call 352-468-
R0 /T NIC leARS
s alldnn e ntopri-
Sake. Call 904-626-
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tserwo rnesedh cmay
chm lut lke home O
SR. 16toward prison. Call
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trailer 12x70 CH/A, very
Cal94-7 2-330 or
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$400 deposit, $600/mo.
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128 Telegraph, Times srE Monitor B Section Thursday, Dec. 8, 2011
District S-4A loss on Dec. 2.
Williston, a regional finalist
last year, outscored the Indians
31-14 in the first quarter and
led by 20 at the half.
Keystone (0-4 prior to Dec.
6) got 12 points from Chase
Julius and eight points from
Klynt Richardson. Bruce
Kirksey grabbed a team-high
siTrebounnd ss played Union
County this past Tuesday and
will travel to play district
opponent Interlachen on
Friday, Dec. 9, at 7:30 p.m.
The junior varsity teams swill
play at 4:30 p.m.
On Tuesday, Dec. 13,
Keystone will host Clay at
7:30 p.m. following a junior
varsity game at 6 p.m.
Score by Quarter
WHS: 31 15 24 .6-76
KHHS: 14 12 2 0--28
Keystone scoring (28): Julius
12, Robbie Kerr 4, Anton Noble
4, Richardson 8. Free throws:
Santa Fe 59 KHHS 27
The Indians were outscored
26-15 in the first half of an
eventual 59-27 loss to district
opponent Santa Fe on Dec. I:
Julius led the team with 10
Score by Quarter
SFMS: 13 13 23 10-59
Keystone scoring (27):
Brighton Gibbs 2, Julius 10,
Kerr 2, Kirksey 2, Noble 2,
Richardson 5, C.J. Rogers 4. 3-
pointers: Julius. Free throws:
Great ideas need landing
gear as well as wings.
To be nobody but yourself
in a world which is doing
its best, night and day, to
make you everybody else
means to fight the
hardest battle which any
hum~an..being can fight;
and never stop fighting.
REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL
The Keystone Airpark Authority is
soliciting proposals for an auditor to
provide professional audit services
for annual audit of its financial
records and accounts. Proposals
will be evaluated using the
following criteria: 1) Qualifications;
2) Similar Experience; 3)
Mainagement/Staffing/Ability to do
work; 4) Complies with all state
accounting procedures; 5)
Response of client references
provided; 6) Fees for service.
Sealed PROPOSALS FOR AUDIT
SERVICES will be received until.
5:00 pm, Monday, December 19,
2011, at Keystone Airpark 7100
'Airpark Road, Starke, Florida,
Proposals will be opened at 5:00
pm, Monday, December 19, 2011
or as soon thereafter as possible,
at the Keystone Airpark Authority
Board Room, 7100 Airpark Road,
Starke, Florida 32091 in the
presence of the Chairman or Vice-
Chairman' Keystone Airpark
Authority and all other interested
Proposals will not be valid unless
received by the deadline Monday,
December 20, 2011 at 5:00 pm and
in a sealed envelope marked
SEALED PROPOSALS FOR
AUDIT SERVICES. One original
Proposal and one copy are
required, to be hand delivered or
mailed to: Keystone Airpark
Authority, Audit Services Bid, 7100
Airpark Road, Starke, Florida,
Questions may be addressed to
Keystone Airpark Authority at (352)
The Keystone Airpark Authority
reserves the rgtto waive
formalities in any proposal, to reject
any or all proposals with or without
cause, including the lack of
availability of adequate funds,
and/or accept the proposal that, in
its judgment, will be in the best
interest of the Keystone Airpark
A person or affiliate who has been
placed on the convicted vendor list
following a conviction for a public
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Union scoring (39): Bradley
22, Jackson 7, Mlaeweather 25,
Kyle Mosher 2, Spitze 14. 3.
Maeweather, Spitze ~4. Free
throws: 14-18 --
Indians fali to 0-
4 after loss to
BY CLIFlF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Visiting Williston scored all
the points it needed in the first
quarter en route to handing the
Keystone Heights boys'
basketball team a "'6-28
Khliel Jackson and Shaimea
Mailweather scored 19 points
each, while Trey Spitze added
The Tigers played Keystone
Heights this past Tuesday and
will host District 7-lA
opponent Dixie County on
Friday, Dec. Union will
travel to play cfstriet opponent
Newberry on Tuesday, Dec.
Both games are scheduled
for 7:30 p~m. following junior
varsity games at 4:30 p~m. and
girls' varsity games at 6 pm.m-
Score by Quarrter
CCHS: 9 16 17 14--56
UCHS: 15 15 13 18--61
Union scoring (61): Bradley
13, Jackson 19, Mnaeweather
19, Spitze 10. 3-pointers:
Bradley, Spitze 2, Maeweather
3. Free throws: 11-19.
Chiefland 71 UCHS 47
Host Chiefland outscored
the Tigers 2 -6t n tthehsecond
Union a 71-47 district loss on
Bradley and Maeweather
each scored 16 to lead the
Tigers, while Jackson had 15
Score by Quarter .
UCHS: 17 6 ~13 11--47
CHS: 13 23 18 17---1
Union scoring (47): Bradley
16, Jackson 15, Maeweather
16. 3-pointers: Jackson 2,
Maeweather 2. Free throws:
UCHS 70 Trenton 65
The Tigers outscored
Trenton 32-25 mn the second
iaf after trailing by twolfor a
Bradley and Maeweather
each eclipsed 20 points with
22 and 25 points, respectively,
while Spitze added 14 points.
Score by Quarter
UCHS: 19 19 17 15--70
THS: 22 18 12 13-685
UC boys defeat
Raidr OfSO 2nd
S traiglit win
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Keldric Bradley osted a
double-double, while two
te mmanest icole9 Cpoints
bo s' basketball team's 61-56
win over visiting Crescent City
on Dec. 3
It was the second straight
win for the Tigers (2-3 prior to
Bradle scored 13 pints and
grabbed l4 reboun s, while
also leading the team in assists