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'Incubator' project looks to bring business to White Springs,


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SCHOOL GRADES



No progress for Hamilton


By Stephenie Livingston
stephenie.livingston @ gaflnews.com
Hamilton County school dis-
trict grades showed no progress
this year, according to the Flori-
da Department of Education.
"I'm not satisfied overall,"
said Superintendent Martha But-


ler. "We are seeing that our
schools are maintaining
progress, though."
North Hamilton Elementary
School fell to a C from a B, and
Central Hamilton Elementary re-
mained at an F. South Hamilton,
which received a C last year, re-
ceived a grade of Incomplete


due to a data file error which
Butler said is currently being in-
vestigated.
Under new criteria that further
discount FCAT scores for high
schools, the grade for Hamilton
High County High, which re-


SEE NO PROGRESS, PAGE 2A


Mock trial lets kids Townsend


mete out justice


Tevin Dean was Judge Dean for the day. He's pictured here with Circuit Judge Gregory
Parker. - Courtesy photo


By Stephenie Livingston
stephenie.livingston @gaflnews.com
Sitting in the defendant's chair at
the Hamilton County Courtroom
was a scary experience for Taffany
Brown, accused of cheating on a
math test and facing hard time.
A mock trial hosted by Judge
Gregory Parker and Judge Sonny
Scaff last Tuesday was designed to
give students of the H.O.P.E. sum-
mer program held in White


'Incubator' project


Springs, and other local youth un-
der 12, a first hand look at the U.S.
justice system.
On trial was Taffany Brown, ac-
cused of cheating off another stu-
dent's test on fractions. If convicted,
she could face serious jail time and
the shame of being labeled as a
"cheater" for the rest of her school
days.
Presiding Judge Tevin Dean


SEE MOCK, PAGE 10A


cleared in latest

ethics challenge

by WS man

By Stephenie Livingston
stephenie.Iivingston@gaflnews.com
Another White Springs city
official has been cleared of
ethics charges in a string of
complaints and lawsuits made
by one White Springs man.
The Florida Commission on
Ethics cleared White Springs
Town Manager and Land De-
velopment Regulator Robert
SEE TOWNSEND, PAGE 2A

Investigation
continues in liquor

store robbery
By Stephenie Livingston
A local liquor store was
robbed last Tuesday by an as-
sailant wielding a handgun,
say authorities.
Jasper's Drive-in Package
Store on the corner of Home
and US 41 was robbed by a
male carrying a handgun
around 10:45 p.m. on August
3, the store's manager con-
SEE INVESTIGATION, PAGE 2A


Bullard announces


looks to bring business candidacy for District 4


to White Springs


School Board seat


Back

^ to School

2010
Get lots of information on
starting the new school year.
See our Back-To-School
Section on pages 1-4B.


Sales tax holiday

starts Friday

Local parents are glad
to be getting a break

By Carnell Hawthorne Jr.
carnell.hawthorne @gaflnews.com
There's good news for parents in
Hamilton looking to save money
during the hustle and bustle of
back-to-school shopping.
The official Back to School Sales
Tax Holiday begins Friday Aug. 13,
SEE SALES, PAGE 2A


7-foot lily?

No way!
Submitted
No way there can be a 7-foot lily, you
say? Edna Burnham, Jasper resident, has
the photos to prove it.
Edna has been told that the lily is in the
Starburst family of lilies and can grow well
SEE 7-FOOT, PAGE 2A


By Stephenie Livingston
White Springs has a new project in the works
to enhance business opportunities in the down-
town area.
Nicknamed the "Hamilton Street Project," the
Downtown Incubator Project was first proposed
in October of 2009 and is an idea to utilize two
vacant lots owned by the town on Hamilton
Street in Downtown White Springs. Town Coun-
cil is currently seeking project approval and per-
mission to submit an application for the Phos-
phate Severance Tax Economic
Development/Planning Fund to the Hamilton
County Development Authority. Town Manager
Robert Townsend said he is confident the pro-
ject will receive funding.
"This is an excellent opportunity to improve
downtown and bring economic growth," said
Townsend.
Townsend said the project will be in two
phases. Phase one
consists of the con-
| struction of new in-
frastructure to sup-
port the existing busi-
nesses and new busi-


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SEE 'INCUBATOR', PAGE 2A


Submitted
I, Johnny Bullard, am a candidate for
School Board, District 4. I am a lifelong
resident of District 4 and am the son of Johnny Bullard
Mary Lou Bullard and the late Wade
Bullard. I was a student at South Hamil-
ton Elementary, White Springs, from first grade through
eighth grade, and I enjoyed the years I spent as a student
at South Hamilton. It was a wonderful school and is lo-
cated in an outstanding community that supported and
still supports the school in every way possible. I have
never tried to hide my love for White Springs and its citi-
zens. There is no place on earth I love more than our com-


SEE BULLARD, PAGE 10A


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N0 o progress Townsend cleared in latest ethics challenge byS 1man


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for Hamilton


Continued From Page 1A

ceived an F last year,
won't be released until
November.
No county school
achieved Adequate
Yearly Progress, a
component of the fed-
eral No Child Left Be-
hind program.
The report shows 456
state schools made ad-
equate yearly progress
while 2,967 did not.
Last year, 785 met the
federal standard and
2,569 did not.
Despite these results,
Butler said Central and
the high school made
improvements in sev-
eral areas.
School grades were
released after an inde-
pendent audit showed
this year's FCAT


scores, called into
question in many dis-
tricts, were accurate,
according to FDOE.
Butler said while
Hamilton did not call
into question the FCAT
scores, they did com-
plain through the Su-
perintendent's Associa-
tion.
"We voiced our
opinion, but decided to
allow the larger dis-
tricts with more re-
sources to fight the
battle."
Butler said the dis-
trict was dissatisfied
with reading scores
and has already started
working towards im-
proving next year. But-
ler added, "We have a
lot of work to do, and
we've already hit the
ground running."


Townsend on July 21 of
charges filed against
him by Joe Griffin, also
of White Springs, earlier
this year.
Griffin alleged that
Townsend allowed
White Springs Folk
Club, a business owned
by town councilman
Walter McKenzie, to op-
erate for five years with-
out a business license.
He further contended
that Townsend, as the
Town's Land Develop-
ment Regulation Ad-
ministrator, used his
LDRA position to buy a
cottage from a property
owner "whom he was
permitting," at a below-
market price, "in lieu of
it [the cottage] being
condemned." Finally,
Griffin alleged that
Townsend had his dri-
veway paved, "at a be-
low market value," by
the same contractor
who performs "the ma-
jority of construction
and paving projects" for
the town, according to
Commission docu-
ments.
Griffin reported that
Townsend, as Town
Manager, allowed the
folk club to operate
without a business li-
cense to garner favor
from McKenzie. How-
ever, the Commission's
investigation found that
while the club does not
have an occupational li-
cense, it is a club in
name only without
membership, is not in-
corporated, and is not
registered as a non-prof-
it business. McKenzie
told investigators that
he finds folk musicians
and schedules them to
perform at the Telford
Hotel in White Springs.


He said any income de-
rived from the entrance
fee goes to pay the mu-
sicians, and, further-
more, that Telford Hotel
has the proper licenses
for musical entertain-
ment at the hotel. The
investigation found
there to be insufficient
evidence to show
Townsend used his po-
sition to secure a special
benefit for himself or
the folk club as it does
not appear he intention-
ally allowed the club to
operate without a li-
cense.
The commission also
dismissed Griffin's alle-
gations that Townsend
compromised his posi-
tion by purchasing a
cottage from a client.
The investigation
found that due to the
condition of the cottage,
owned by D.J. Gilley
and valued at $20,579 in
2005, and the cost of re-
moving it from her
property, Gilley decided
to demolish it, but
spread word that some-
one could have it for
free if he or she re-
moved the building at
their own cost.
Townsend expressed in-
terest and Gilley offered
the structure to him free
of charge. However,
Townsend declined and
paid $1,000 plus moving
costs of $16,000. The in-
vestigation found insuf-
ficient evidence once
again to show that
Townsend misused his
position to secure the
purchase from Gilley.
The investigation also
showed that Gilley had
not applied for any per-
mits conflicting with
Townsend's public du-
ties.
Allegations that
Townsend had a city


Continued From Page 1A

and runs through Sun-
day Aug. 15.
Governor Charlie
Crist signed legislation
for the three-day tax
break back on May 26.
The measure is expect-
ed to save Florida fam-
ilies $26 million, ac-
cording to a governor's
office news release.
"Our children de-
serve to have the re-
sources and materials
they need to be suc-
cessful and competitive
in the classroom. I am
confident this tax break
will help students,
families and businesses
as they prepare for a
new school year," said
Crist. "It is important
that we continue to al-
leviate the tax burden
on Floridians, as well
as seek ways to im-


Continued From Page 1A

firmed.
The robber made
away with an undis-
closed amount.
Authorities with
Jasper Police Depart-


prove the economic fu-
ture of our state."
Tax-free items will
includes all books,
clothing, and footwear
that costs $50 or less,
as well as school sup-
plies that cost $10 or
less.
If parents expect to
save, this is the week-
end to flock to the
aisles of area and sur-
rounding retailers.
"This tax break will
enable Florida families
to buy school supplies
and clothing for the
school year without the
additional cost burden
of state and local tax-
es," said Sally West, di-
rector of government
affairs for the Florida
Retail Federation. "The
tax holiday will also
provide a much need-
ed boost to Florida's
economy."


ment responded and
are actively investigat-
ing the crime. However,
no arrests had been
made as of Tuesday,
Aug. 10.
No one was injured
during the crime.


Continued From Page 1A

nesses and the con-
struction of four new
open outdoor pavilions
with a paved walking
path connecting the
business district from
Hamilton Avenue to
US 41. Phase two will
be the construction of
new buildings de-
signed to house three
business spaces for
rent by new business-
es.
Officials believe the
project will enhance
the already existing
Special Events Pro-
grams that the Town
sponsors year round,
bringing more visitors
to White Springs and
Hamilton County. The
events will not only en-
hance White Springs,
but also promote
Jasper and Jennings by


exposing visitors to
other tourist opportu-
nities in Hamilton
County. The construc-
tion of the new busi-
ness spaces will also
place the property back
on the Hamilton Coun-
ty tax role as commer-
cial property and cre-
ate three new business-
es that would employ
local citizens. Officials
say the projected num-
ber of jobs will consist
of approximately 20
during construction
and, once the new
building is occupied,
the retention of at least
six new jobs.
The new building
would represent a
capitol investment of
approximately $500,000
and that would also
represent the taxable
value. The town hopes
plans for phase one to


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over their usual height
if grown in an area that
receives very low sun-
light.
Edna says that she
usually has a brown
thumb when it comes to
growing things, but that
this lily was determined
to grow without much
help from her.


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Sales tax holiday


starts Friday


'Incubator' project

looks to bring business

to White Springs


Investigation continues

in liquor store robbery


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THE JASPER NEWS, Jasper, FL


THURSDAY, AUGUST 12, 2010


contractor for the Town
of White Springs pave a
driveway at his personal
residence at a lower
than market value ex-
pense where also dis-
missed.
Investigators discov-
ered that Townsend, in
fact, paid the contractor,
Florida Fill and Grading,
$8784 to pave the drive-
way, which the contrac-
tor advised was "market
value." The cost for the
driveway was available
to the general public
and, so, the Commission
found no probable cause
to believe Townsend vi-
olated Florida statute.
This is the second
ethics complaint filed by
Griffin against
Townsend, and the sec-
ond to be cleared. It is
the fifth ethics complaint
filed against a White
Springs Town official by
Griffin. Records show
that Griffin has also filed
18 lawsuits against the
Town of White Springs.
All of Griffin's ethics
complaints have been
dismissed before or
upon investigation by
the Commission. Of the
18 lawsuits, the Town
has won 17 of them -
with one case pending,
according to Townsend.
Townsend said the
Town's battle against
Griffin's lawsuits consti-
tuted 39 percent of last
year's legal fees and 24
percent so far this year.
"There were several
months last year and
this year when legal fees
to fight the lawsuits
made by Mr. Griffin
were more costly than
legal fees for conducting
regular business," said
Townsend. "It's discour-
aging."
However, Griffin said
he would not have need-


be funded by the
Hamilton County De-
velopment Authority
through the Phosphate
Severance Tax Econom-
ic Development/Plan-
ning Fund and Phase
two to be funded by a
USDA Rural Develop-
ment grant currently
being submitted by the
town.
Officials said that
while the term "Busi-
ness Incubator" some-
times lends people to
think of a large build-
ing housing some type
of distribution center
employing a large num-
ber of people, the
downtown project will
take into consideration
the demographics of the
traditional businesses
in White Springs and
the Town's vision state-
ment, "A small River
Community nestled
along the banks of the
Suwannee River offer-
ing a variety of Bed &
Breakfasts, restaurants,
small shops and Nature
Eco-Tourism destina-
tions."


ed to file any complaints
or lawsuits if he had
gotten the answers to
the questions he asked
at City Council meet-
ings.
"Since the council re-
fused to answer my
questions, I had no
choice but to file an
ethics complaint. He
[Townsend] got a
paving job done and he
got a house. As far as I
could tell, because no
one would answer my
questions, I had to as-
sume he got them fraud-
ulently."
But in the wake of the
Ethics Commission's
findings, Griffin says
he's changed his mind.
"I'm satisfied there
was no fraud in that
particular case," he said.
Griffin currently owes
the Town in court cost
and attorney fee's
awarded to the Town
during lawsuits that he
lost. Even after turning
the claim over to a col-
lection agency, officials
say Griffin has not paid.
"Over the years the
Town Council has done
its best to deal with Mr.
Griffin," said Mayor He-
len Miller. "A great deal
of resources as far as
budget and staff time
has been devoted to an-
swering Griffin's ques-
tions," she said. "Town
Council strives to hon-
estly and realistically lis-
ten to all the perspec-
tives of citizens in the
town of White Springs."
Still, Griffin said he
will continue to exercise
his rights until his ques-
tions are satisfied.
White Springs is cur-
rently considering ap-
propriate actions to take
against Griffin in order
to claim what is owed to
the Town.


"The Downtown
Business Incubator Pro-
ject is relevant to the
community needs to
stimulate growth that
sustains economic self-
sufficiency through the
creativity, diversity,
and collaboration of its
citizens, businesses and
Nature Heritage
Tourism Partners," ac-
cording to a press re-
lease.
Recently a town
meeting was held to an-
swer questions and con-
cerns about the project.
"Our town meeting
was very well attended
and citizens provided a
lot of constructive com-
ments to enhance the
project," said Mayor
Helen Miller.
The Mayor and the
Town Council are confi-
dent this project will be
a good example of how
partnerships between
Hamilton County and
its municipalities can
work together in pro-
moting projects that
stimulate growth and
financial security for its
communities.








PAGE 3A


in "There is nothing to do
: in small towns." We've
all heard it said, particu-
larly by the younger set,
that social and recre-
ational activities are lim-
S ted in small towns. I
should like to challenge
h at assumption, at least
s far as it is applied to
- life in White Springs.
Here are activities that we can brag about to any-
one.
We have nightlife. In most big cities you can't go
out at night anymore. OK, I admit that I am playing
with words a little bit here. Night, or at least dark-
ness has disappeared from most metropolitan areas.
When those folks come to visit our neck of the
woods, they are amazed at how clear the stars are
and how bright a full moon is. That's because we
still have darkness, that part of the natural cycle of
day and night that has been lost in so many parts of
the world, in which we can hear the cry of the owl
and see the beauty of the stars. That is the kind of
nightlife that Mother Nature intended and I'm glad
we still have it.
We can go "Bar Hopping" to more bars than any
big city has to offer. Now hold on, before you go to
calling my editor, read a little farther. "Bar Hopping"


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is a term t a come to be used by canoers and
kayakers that refers the wonderful sandbars locat-
ed on the many t ss d turns of the Suwannee
River. A recent outdoors an's blog that I read had
this to say. "We're not getting older, we're getting
smarter. For instance, many college kids' idea of a
good time is to go downtown, 'hit' the bars and get
soaked to the gills in toxic liquids. 'Seasoned' pad-
dlers, on the other hand, prefer going down rivers,
stopping at occasional sand bars and drenching our-
selves in cool, refreshing water. Best of all, we rarely
wake up the next morning in the neighbors
marigolds. And, as experienced paddlers will attest,
the finest bars in our area are those along the upper
Suwannee." I think its a good thing that our fine bars
are recognized and appreciated, sandbars I mean.
We can go to the Museum anytime we want and
occasionally to the opera too. Big cities brag about
their museums but they have nothing on us. The
Stephen Foster Museum is a treat, especially when it
is combined with a trip to the other areas of the park
to enjoy the scenery, the craft demonstrations, the
world class gift shop, and the frequent special
events. Just down the road in Lake City, the Colum-
bia County Historical Museum is a historic home
museum which specializes in living history presen-
tations. The Heritage Conservation Society is an in-


News from Hamilton County Farm Bureau

Florida agriculture calls for override of vetoes


Submitted

GAINESVILLE, FL--
Twenty-four organiza-
tions representing Flori-
da farmers and ranchers
called on House and
Senate leaders to lead
the Legislature in over-
riding Governor Charlie
Crist's vetoes of legisla-
tion that they consider
critical to the continued
success of Florida's agri-
cultural industry. On
May 15, Governor Crist
vetoed HB 981 and HB
7103, each of which
would have enacted ini-
tiatives that are priorities
of Florida farmers and
ranchers and the Florida
Department of Agricul-
ture and Consumer Ser-
vices. The agricultural
group has delivered let-
ters asking for the over-
rides to President Jeff
Atwater and Speaker
Cretul.
"Should the governor
call the Legislature into
special session, we are
asking House Speaker
Larry Cretul and Senate
President Jeff Atwater to


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lead their respective
houses to override these
vetoes," said John L.
Hoblick, president of the
Florida Farm Bureau
Federation. "The vetoes
run counter to the inter-
ests of farmers and
ranchers, as well as the
expressed will of the
Legislature."
Both bills passed the
House and Senate with
overwhelming, biparti-
san support. HB 981 pro-
tects greenbelt classifica-
tion and states that the
mere act of offering agri-
cultural land for sale nei-
ther constitutes a prima-
ry use of the land nor
serves as the basis for
denying an agricultural
classification so long as
the land remains in agri-
cultural activity while
being offered for sale.
The bill also addresses
concerns brought to the
attention of the legisla-
ture by the Florida De-
partment of Agriculture
and Consumer Service
regarding consistent reg-
ulation of pesticides ap-
plied to waters for pur-


poses such as mosquito
and noxious weed con-
trol.
HB 7103 prohibits
county governments
from imposing stormwa-
ter fees on properties
that are already regulat-
ed by National Pollutant
Discharge Elimination
System permits, water
management district en-
vironmental resources
permits or best manage-
ment practices. Agricul-
turists believe it unjust
for counties to impose
stormwater ordinance
fees on landowners who
have already collectively
invested hundreds of
millions of dollars to
clean up their stormwa-
ter. HB 7103 would also
require new develop-
ment that will abut or
envelope existing agri-
cultural land to affirma-
tively acknowledge the
fact that the develop-
ment is "moving in"
next to a farm.
Two-thirds of Flori-
da's total land area is de-
voted to forests, farms,
cropland and ranches.


Agriculture, natural re-
sources and related in-
dustries account for $163
billion in total revenue
impacts (2008 figures).
About 13.7 percent of the
state's full- or part-time
jobs are related to the in-
dustry.
"The governor should
be doing all he can to
protect and promote
agriculture, the state's
second largest and most
stable industry, instead
of vetoing measures
aimed at strengthening
it," Hoblick said.


tricate part of the museum with long range plans
that involve a children's educational program and a
sewing group that will make authentic clothing of
18th century. Over in Live Oak the Suwannee Coun-
ty Historical Museum is housed in the former At-
lantic Coastline Freight Station, a very interesting
building in itself. Inside, the museum has a tele-
phone exhibit which features a working dial tele-
phone exchange, antique switchboards and tele-
phones representing the history of telecommunica-
tions in the Suwannee Valley. The museum also of-
fers an extensive photo collection and a display of lo-
cal Railroad history in its Freightroom Gallery and
also features a 16th century Timucaun Indian Village
recreation and artifacts that contributed to the devel-
opment of this region of North Florida. If you want
a taste of opera, check out the singing competition at
the Jeanie Festival or Stephen Foster Day, both take
place at the Stephen Foster park and are well adver-
tised.
Music and dance abound in our area. We may not
have an orchestra or a ballet but the quality of the
music at our festivals and the fun that is had by our
area clogging groups don't take a back seat to any-
thing that you will find in the paved over places that
pass for cities nowadays. Not counting the Folk Fes-
tival or other big festivals in the area, there are at
least 25 music events in White Springs every year,
most of them mentioned in this column. That's an
average of two a month, and the quality is superb.
We had social networking long before Facebook. I
guess you could call it "porchbook". In White
Springs a stroll through the neighborhood still
means porch visits with your neighbors who still en-
joy the pleasures of their pleasures of their front
porches.
So between the nightlife, the barhoppingg", the
museums and operas, the festivals and dances, there
is plenty to do in White Springs. After pursuing
these various activities you still yearn for more, the
churches in our town offer more opportunities for
music and fellowship of the spiritual kind. Whatev-
er you choose to do, there is plenty to do as you en-
joy your life in White Springs. If you have some fa-
vorite activities that you would like to share, let me
hear from you.

Walter McKenzie
lifeinwhitesprings@gmail.com
386-269-0056


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AGENDA
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS,
HAMILTON COUNTY, FLORIDA
Room 112 - Courthouse 207 Northeast First Street
Jasper, Florida
MEETING DATE: AUGUST 17, 2010
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6:15 P.M.- 2008-09 CDBG HOUSING PROGRAM GRANT
6:20 P.M.- CDBG EMERGENCY SET-A-SIDE GRANT
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COMPLETE COPY OF THE AGENDA MAY BE OBTAINED AFTER 1:00 P.M. ON WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 11, 2010 FROM
THE OFFICE OF THE CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT, COURTHOUSE, JASPER, FLORIDA.
Persons appearing before the Board are requested, if possible, to submit mn writing the subject matter of their appearance before the
Board not later than Tuesday prior to the Board Meetinig the following Tuesday.
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be included and shown on the Agenda, and desiring to make a presentation, will be limited to five (5) minutes, in the interest of
meeting time. The Board of County Commissioners will hear and listen to persons appearing whose subject has not been shown on
the agenda; however, action by the Board on any such matter can only be taken upon determination of an emergency situation.
Any identifiable group of three (3) persons or more shall be limited to a total of ten (10) minutes per topic.
In accordance with Section 286.0105, Florida Statutes, notice is given that if any person decides to appeal any decision made by
the Board, agency or commission, with respect to proceedings and that, for such purpose, he/she will need to ensure that a
verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is based.
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BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
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1) MINUTES-APPROVE: August 3, 2010-Regular Meeting
2) DEPARTMENT HEADS-ACTION ITEMS:
A) SHIP PROGRAM:
1) Approve the following purchase assistance applications:
a) Doretha Bryant - $20,000
b) Shannon & Natash O'Hara - $12,000
2) Approve the following rehabilitation applications:
a) Application #10-04 - $4,460.00 - Ogles Construction
b) Application #10-01 - $7,315.00 - Ogles Construction
c) Application #10-06 - $24,900.00 - Hometown Homes
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f) Application #10-02 - $49,950.00 - James Lee
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OF THE TOURIST DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL
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Wedding Reminder

Mr. & Mrs. Jake C. Bradley and Mrs. Hazel
Watson would like to remind you of the wedding
of their children Jacquetta Evette Bradley & Carl-
ton Rachell Watson. The ceremony will be held
on August 14, 2010, at The Stephen Foster State
Folk Culture Center in White Springs with a re-
ception immediately following at The Lifestyle
Enrichment Center in Lake City, Florida.
All family and friends are invited to attend the
wedding ceremony. RSVP is mandatory for the
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Heart Matters

By Angie Land

Here at Heart Matters, we love receiving questions
from readers! Since many relationship -h i ,j- l. are
familiar to all of us, we are excited to share common
scenarios from some of the questions that we re-
ceive. No questions will be printed without permis-
sion. If you have questions that you would like to see
answered in the Heart Matters column, please send
them to HYPERLINK "mnailto:angieland2@wind-
stream.net" angieland3@windstream.net or PO Box
2425, Cross City, FL 32628.

Dear Heart Matters,
Five years ago my husband and I buried our 20-
year-old son after a two-year battle with cancer. He
was our only child and such a blessing to us. He was
smart and handsome, loved God and enjoyed being
with others. Because it was just the three of us, we
did everything together... and we literally feel like
our lives ended the day he died. His death has be-
come the time marker for our entire lives. We refer-
ence every event in our lives as happening before his
death or after his death.
Even though it has been five years, my husband
and I are stuck in our grief. We have grown so far
apart. Our marriage consists of going through the
motions of daily life...with no joy, no fun, and really
no feeling at all except sadness. So, on top of losing
my son, I am afraid that I am losing my husband as
well. Is there anything we can do to start living
again and reconnect with each other?

I don't mind telling you that your letter was a dif-
ficult one to read. A huge lump remains in my throat
as I attempt to encourage you in your pain. The fact
that you are stuck in your grief after five years is a
confirmation that time doesn't heal... only God


heals. God's timing and our cooperation are instru-
mental in His healing process. That being said, the
fact that you recognize being stuck in your grief and
are seeking help to move forward is a great sign that
healing is beginning to take place...desiring healing
is always the first step.
Because every person goes through the stages of
grief at a different pace, it is often a huge struggle for
a husband and wife to stay connected through the
loss of a child. Your "going through the motions"
has been your survival technique to get through the
darkest of days, but your desire to begin to reconnect
to your husband may be a small light leading you
back to life.
As far as your next step forward, I would encour-
age you and your husband to seek out some biblical
counseling to help you process your grief and begin
to heal your marriage. While we often resist asking
for help, the truth is that most of us are doing the
very best that we know to do. But if what we are do-
ing isn't working, let's acknowledge that we need a
new perspective and some direction to make needed
changes.
God blessed you with an amazing son for 20 years,
and while we don't understand why his life ended
so soon, surely he would want you and his dad to
finish your race well... and together.

Because Every Heart Matters,
Angie

Heart Matters is a weekly column written by Ang-
ie Land, Director of the Family Life Ministries of the
Lafayette Baptist Association, where she teaches
Bible studies, leads marriage and family conferences
and offers Biblical counseling to individuals, couples
and families. Contact Angie with questions or com-
ments at angieland3@windstream.net


Be Prepared


By David H Matier,
Doctor of Pastoral
Counseling

"Be prepared," the
motto of the Boy
Scouts should be the
motto of every Christ-
ian. In Nahum 2:1 the
prophet warns of im-
pending doom, "He
that dashes in pieces is
come..." He told
God's people to be
PREPARED, to be vig-
ilant, to learn how to
use the weapons at
their disposal and to
realize the source of
strength; to "fortify
thy power."
Today there is an en-
emy who "dashes in
pieces:" "Be sober, be
vigilant; because your
adversary the devil, as
a roaring lion, walketh
about, seeking whom
he may devour:" (I Pe-
ter 5:8) and God's peo-
ple must be vigilant.
It is time for "Christ-


YARD SALE
August 7, 14, 21 & 28
8 a.m. until
5580 NW CR 152,
Jennings
7-pc. Red velvet living
room suite, roll top desk,
organ, TV & lots of misc.
items 612026-F


ian" to be more than a
name on a church role.
"Christian" should be
a way of life! Wake
up, realize that the en-
emy is after you (Eph-
esians 6:10)! As, Peter
said, in Luke 22:31,
"Satan hath desired to
have you, that he may
sift you as wheat."
You need to prepare
for the battle that is
raging. Familiarize
yourself with the
weaponry at your dis-
posal. God has pro-
vided a store of muni-
tions (Ephesians 6:11-
17): Truth, Righteous-
ness, the Gospel,
Faith, Salvation and
the Word of God.
Turn to the Bible to
learn how to use these
weapons.
He is also the source
of the strength to use
the weapons. When a
child of God recog-
nizes without Christ
he has no strength


William Dempsey, the
ceramic man, is having a
LARGE GARAGE SALE
Aug. 13, 14,15 from
9 a.m. -8 p.m.
Lots of ceramics &
ball cards �
3639 NW 60th Ave.
in Timberlake
386-938-1230 or 695-2675


Advertise your YARD SALE, VEHICLES OR
UNWANTED ITEMS IN THE CLASSIFIED.
Call 386-792-2487 to place your ad today.


GOD HAS THE POW-
ER (Ephesians 1:19 -
notice, it is "His pow-
er..."). With "His
Power" victories can
be won today (He-
brews 11:34)! God
hasn't closed up shop


but he has given you a
warning about a "clear
and present danger."


David H Matier,
DPC
@windstream.net


August 22nd is Awards Day
at Poplar Springs Church

Submitted

Poplar Springs Church's Annual Awards
Day Program will be held on August 22nd this
year at 11 a.m. The speaker of the hour will be
Reverend Edgar Lumpkin, Jr.
The public is invited to attend. Dinner will
be served.




Old Fashion Church Homecoming at Jennings

Missionary Baptist Church September 10


Submitted

We got us a young
precher man and he's
better'n granny's corn-
bread. We also have a
singin group that will be
a playing' some good ole
country blue-grass
gospel music.
Ya'll need ta come in
yur favorite bonnet, fan-
cy hat, or Sunday come-
to-meetin' overalls.


S386-755-9190


FIRST ADVENT CHRISTIAN
N.W. 15th Avenue Jasper
Rev. Wayne Sullivan
Sunday
Sunday School.... .................. 10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship.... ...1........ 1:00 a.m.
Wednesday
Prayer Fellowship....................6:30 p.m.
571612-F


ST. THERESE CATHOLIC CHURCH
Three miles north of Jasper U.S. 41
P.O. Box 890, Jasper, FL 32052
Rectory U.S. 90 E., Live Oak, FL
(386) 364-1108
Sunday MASS 8:00 a.m.
571623-F


BAPTIST(lSlouthern)[I]CHUR [ ] HISTII
-.---------------


NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH
SR 6 West, 6592 NW 48th St.,
Jennings, FL 32053
938-5611
Pastor:Jeff Cordero
Sunday School.............................10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship...................... 11:00 a.m.
Sunday Evening Worship, Youth Happening,
RA's, GA's..................................... .... 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday
S uppe r .... ................. .... ............. 6:00 p.m .
Prayer Meeting, Discipleship class for adults,
Youth activities, Children's Choirs.....6:30 p.m.
Van pick-up upon request
571613-F
CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH
1/2 mile East on Hwy. 6, Jasper, Fl 32052
792-2275
Pastor: Steve Shaw
Sunday
Sunday School...................r10:00 a.m.
Morning W orship...................11:00 a.m.
Children's Church.................11:00 a.m .
Church Training.................... 6:00 p.m.
Evening W orship.... ............ 7:00 p.m.
Wednesday
Prayer Meeting....................... 7:00 p.m .
571614-F


CHURCH OF CHRIST
N.W. 3rd St., Jasper
Bldg.: 792-2277
Sunday
Sunday School.... .............. ...9:30 a.m.
Morning W orship........... ............10:30 a.m.
Evening Worship..... .............6:00 p.m.
Wednesday
E evening ......................................6 :00 p.m .
571615-F


FIRST UNITED METHODIST
CHURCH
405 CentralAve., Jasper, FL
Pastor- Dale Ames
Phone 386-792-1122
Sunday
Sunday School ...... ............... 9:45 a.m.
Morning Worship.......................... 11:00 a.m.
Wednesday
Bible Study......................... . ....... 4:45 p.m .
Choir Practice......... ................ 6:00 p.m.
Family Night Dinner 3rd Wednesday
Clothes Closet 4th Saturday 1-5pm
571616-F


BURNHAM CHRISTIAN CHURCH
4520 NW CR 146, Jennings, FL 32053
938-1265
Pastor: Johnny Brown
Sunday
Sunday School..................... ....... 9:45 a.m.
W orship....................................... . 11:00 a.m .
Evening Service.......... ..........16:00 p.m.
Wednesday
K ids' P ..- . . I ': I ,..
571617-F

PENTECOSTAL
DELIVERANCE CENTER
1394 McCall Street
Jennings, FL 32053
Pastor Edgar C. Wood
Sunday School . .....................10:00 a.m.
Sunday Morning Worship.............11:00 a.m.
Sunday Night Worship............. 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday Night Worship............7:30 p.m.
580994-F


Hitchin' post will be a
waiting' fur yur horse and
buggy (no hay).
Ketch yur chicken,
cook up sum collards,
and fix granny's best
cobbler cause we gonna
have one lip-smackin'
bunch of vittles for din-
ner! Don't ferget to
brang all the young-uns
and all yur kin!
Ya'll cum now, ya
hear!



Imprehensive
omen's

_ Obr.j e ltl.D 608601 -F


FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
204 N.W. 3rd Avenue, Jasper, 792-2258
Pastor: Alexandria Hedrick
SUNDAY
Sunday School ............................10:00 a.m.
Worship Service..... ...... 11:00 a.m.
WEDNESDAY
Prayer in Fellowship Hall...............9:00 a.m.
Choir Practice................... . ........ 7:00 p.m.
571619-F


To list your church on our

church directory, please call

Nancy at 1-800-525-4182


To place your ad inside

the Church Directory

please call Louise at

386-792-2487


The Hamilton County
Republican Party will hold
its monthly meeting on
Thursday, August 19th, at
7:00 p.m. at the Jasper
Library meeting room.
Interested Republicans are
invited to attend.


VALDOSTA MONUMENT COMPANY
A tradition since 1908
SAVE! Buy Direct From The Manufacturer SAVE!
3403 Bemiss Road * Valdosta, Georgia
229-242-8873
or Contact Harry T. Reid Funeral Home at 792-2669


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Submitted by Gene Chandler


Bria' Davis, daughter of Mr. Steven
and Mavis Troy, attended Florida
Girls State at Florida State University
in Tallahassee July 1-9. She was spon-
sored by Bryant-Phillips American Le-
gion Auxiliary, Unit 215 and support-
ed by the Kiwanis Club of Jasper. Mrs.
Gene Chandler is the Girls State chair-
person.
While at Girls State, Bria' lived in St.
Johns County in the city of Immokalee.
Her city position was a councilman.
She passed the bar exam, which al-
lowed her to run for a state position.
She was elected to the Florida Senate.
Bria' states that they debated over sev-
eral bills. One bill was taking out the


dangerous parts of beef
that cause cancer and re-
placing them with health-
ier substances. Another
bill was mandating doc-
tors to tell women with
dense breasts who re-
ceived breast exams that
they need to get an x-ray
because their tests were
not 1',i'.. accurate and
they can still have cancer.
These two bills were sent
to Governor Crist.
Bria' is an honor stu-
dent at Hamilton County
High School. She is a
member of the soccer
team and the volleyball
team. She is a member of
BETA, Student Govern-
ment Association, FEA,
SWAT and ROTC. She
was the Homecoming
Princess for the varsity
cheerleaders in 2009.
Bria' is an active mem-
ber of Poplar Springs
Missionary Baptist
Church, She serves as
Sunday School secretary, a member of
the choir and praise dance team. She
also finds time to do volunteer work.
She is a mentor to elementary students
and serves as assistant coach of a little
league soccer team. She visits nursing
homes and she tutors students at the
Poplar Springs Community Center.
To be eligible for Girls State, the
young lady and her family must be
residents of the State of Florida. She
must be in her junior year of high
school and be returning to her high
school for her senior year. She needs to
have an interest in government, lead-
ership ability, good character and hon-
esty, excellent scholastic standing, co-
operativeness, community participa-
tion and service.


SRWMD, Alachua County use "Forever"
funds to protect Santa Fe River


Bria' Davis attends

Florida Girls State


Submitted

LIVE OAK, FL, August 9, 2010 - The
Suwannee River Water Management
District (District), under a joint partici-
pation agreement with Alachua Coun-
ty, has purchased 463 acres along the
Santa Fe River. The District and Coun-
ty closed on the property August 4.
The parcel, purchased from Osceola
Land and Timber Corp., will become
an addition to the 737-acre Santa Fe
River Ranch parcel owned by the Dis-
trict and located within the Pareners
Branch Conservation Area. The prop-
erty is located 1.5 miles southwest of
Worthington Springs.
The parcel will provide surfacewater
protection, as well as maintain the nat-
ural floodplain. The purchase also will
expand recreational opportunities in


Submitted

LIVE OAK, FL, August 4, 2010 - The
Suwannee River Water Management
District (District) commends Anderson
Columbia Co., Inc., and Strickland
Field Limited Partnership for a 10-year
commitment to water resource protec-
tion.
The District purchased development
rights on a 3,822-acre parcel owned by
Anderson Columbia and Strickland
Field Limited Partnership for $2.3 mil-
lion 10 years ago.
Under the terms of the conservation
easement, landowners of the property
have agreed to keep the property in its
current natural state. The agreement
restricts harvesting or alteration of
forested wetlands. Silviculture activi-
ties in non-wetland areas must comply
with best management practices to
protect the environment.
"Anderson Columbia and Strickland


Field Limited Partnership have proven
to be dedicated partners in conserva-
tion," said Joe Flanagan, the District's
director of land acquisition and man-
agement. "Through these efforts 1,837
acres of cypress and wetland forests
will permanently remain untouched."
The Dixie County property adjoins
the Suwannee River estuary and the
Lower Suwannee National Wildlife
Refuge.
Under the easement, the landowners
retain hunting rights and rights to
grow and harvest pine plantation on
non-wetland acreage.
A conservation easement is a perpet-
ual agreement that leaves the basic
ownership and management of prop-
erty with the private landowner but
permanently restricts development
and prohibits the alteration of wet-
lands. The District currently protects
more than 125,000 acres of water re-
source lands using this tool.


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volunteer orientation, 10
a.m. - noon or 6pm-
8pm. Live Oak GAL of-
fice. Call 386-364-7720
ext 103 for more infor-
mation.
Aug. 16 - The Alcohol
& Other Drug Preven-
tion Coalition meeting
will be held in the
FDLRS Conference
Room on the Hamilton
Co. School Board cam-
pus (old HCMS) from 5-
6:30 p.m.
Aug. 19 - The Hamil-
ton County Republican
Party will hold its
monthly meeting at 7:00


terested Republicans are
invited to attend.
Aug. 21 - Back-to-
School Fun Day Cele-
bration presented by
Bethlehem Church of
Jennings. 12 pm-5 pm at
Cunningham Park. Free
food, drinks, games.
Open to all kids, public
welcome.
Aug. 22 - Poplar
Springs Church's Annu-
al Awards Day Program
will be held at 11 a.m.
The speaker of the hour
will be Reverend Edgar
Lumpkin, Jr. The public
is invited to attend. Din-


ner will be served.
Sept. 19 - Jennings
Missionary Baptist
Church's Old Fashion
Homecoming

Weekly and Monthly
Happenings:
On Monday,
Wednesday & Fridays
New Bethel AME
Church will assist you
in completing the Chil-
dren & Family Applica-
tions. 9 a.m-1 p.m. at
604 SW 6th Avenue,
Jasper. Contact JoAnn
Townsend at 792-2323.
The Jasper Revitaliza-
tion Committee meets
the 3rd Thursday of
each month at 6 p.m. at
Bass's Furniture, down-
town Jasper. Email bass-
furniture@windstream.n
et or call 792-2725
Bible Baptist Church
clothes closet: 2nd Sat-
urday each month from
lp.m-3p.m. Call 792-
0720 for more informa-
tion
1st Friday each month
Sweet Home Baptist
Church on 25A in White
Springs sells 1st Friday
Dinners for the benefit
of the church. From 11
a.m.-3p.m. $5-$7.
Jasper First Methodist
Church clothes
closet: 4th Saturday
each month from 1 - 5
p.m. For more informa-
tion contact 792-0904.
Bellville Volunteer
Fire Department holds
their monthly meeting
on the 1st Tuesday of
each month at 6 p.m.
Hamilton Co. Riding
Club first Saturday
meetings at 5 pm &
games at 6 pm with a
Jackpot Cloverleaf bar-
rel race, Hamilton Co.
Arena. Email
vkcgl975@yahoo.com
for more information.
Competition Mounted
Drill Teams meet & ride
every Sunday, 7 pm un-
til, at the Hamilton Co.
Arena. Email bassfurni-
ture@windstream.net,
attention Cindy Eatmon,
drill team coach, for
more information or to
ride.


the area.
"This expansion of the Santa Fe Riv-
er Ranch tract will protect an addition-
al 1.4 miles of river frontage," said Joe
Flanagan, the District's director of land
acquisition and management. "This
land purchase could not be made pos-
sible without Alachua County as a
partner."
The District used $1.87 million in
Florida Forever funds for its share of
the purchase. Alachua County spent
$624,324 in Alachua Forever funds for
its share of the purchase.
Though it was a joint acquisition, the
District will assume lead land manage-
ment and recreation responsibility of
the property. The District plans to
open the Santa Fe River Ranch parcel
later this year for hiking, trail riding
and bicycling.


Conservation easement protects

wetlands near Suwannee River


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THE JASPER NEWS, Jasper, FL


THURSDAY, AUGUST 12, 2010










THURSDAY, AUGUST 12, 2010


THE JASPER NEWS, Jasper, FL


Jasper Legals
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
3RD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
HAMILTON COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO.: 24-2010-CA-000034

SUNTRUST MORTGAGE, INC.,

Plaintiff,

Vs.

JONATHAN A. MOODY; PATIENCE R.
MOODY; UNKNOWN TENANTSS; IN
POSSESSION OF THE SUBJECT
PROPERTY,

Defendants.

NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to
a Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated
the 23rd day of July 2010, and entered in
Case No., 24-2010-CA-000034 of the Cir-
cuit Court of the 3RD Judicial Circuit in
and for Hamilton County Florida, wherein
SUNTRUST MORTGAGE, INC. is the
Plaintiff and JONATHAN A. MOODY; PA-
TIENCE R. MOODY; UNKNOWN TEN-
ANT(S); JOHN DOE; JANE DOE AS UN-
KNOWN TENANTS) IN POSSESSION
OF THE SUBJECT PROPERTY are de-
fendants. I will sell to the highest and best
bidder for cash at the SOUTH FRONT
DOOR OF COURTHOUSE at the Hamil-
ton County Courthouse in Jasper, Florida,
at 11:00 a.m. on the 24th day of August,
2010, the following described property as
set forth in said Final Judgment, to wit:

A piece or parcel of land in the North-
west 1/4 of the Southeast 1/4 of Sec-
tion 22, Township 1 North, Range 12
East, Hamilton County, Florida, de-
scribed as follows: Commence at the
approximate location of Southwest
corner of Northwest 1/4 of Southeast
1/4 of said Section 22 run in an Easter-
ly direction along the centerline of
County Road a distance of 25 feet
thence North a distance of 435 feet to
the Southwest corner of hereinafter
described tract to Point of Beginning;
thence continue North a distance of
210 feet; thence South 89 25' West a
distance of 210 feet to Point of Begin-
ning; ALSO: a 25 foot wide easement
from point 2010 feet East of the South-
west corner of the Northwest 1/4 of
Southeast 1/4 of Section 22, Township
1 North, Range 12 East, on the North
edge of the county road Right-of-Way;
thence running North to the southeast
corner of the above described proper-
ty.

ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTER-
EST IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE
SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN THE
PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE
OF THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A
CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE
SALE.

If you are a person with a disability who
needs any accommodation order to
participate in this proceeding, you are en-
titled, at no cost to you, to the provision of
certain assistance. Please contact, Clerk
of Circuit Court, 207 N.E. First Street,
Room 106, Jasper, Florida 32052 (386)
792-1288, within 2 working days of your
receipt of this document; if you are hear-
ing or voice impaired, call 1-800-955-
8771.

Dated this 23rd day of July 2010.

(Court Seal)

Greg Godwin
Clerk of the Circuit Court

By: /s/Cynthia Johnson
Deputy Clerk
08/05, 08/12

PUBLIC AUCTION

Location: Dennis Garage
8109 CR 146 NW
Jennings, FL 32053

Date: 08-25-10
Time: 8:00 A.M.

1995 Plym
Vin# 1P3ES42Y7SD262099
8/12

NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING
AND BUDGET HEARINGS
NORTH FLORIDA BROADBAND
AUTHORITY

The North Florida Broadband Authority
("NFBA") announces a meeting and pub-
lic hearing for the acceptance of an inter-
im budget and adoption of a final budget
that all interested persons are invited to
attend. The NFBA is a legal entity and
public body created pursuant to the provi-
sions of Section 163.01, Florida Statutes,
and an Interlocal Agreement among Bak-
er, Bradford, Columbia, Dixie, Gilchrist,
Hamilton, Jefferson, Lafayette, Levy,
Madison, Putnam, Suwannee, Taylor,
Union and Wakulla Counties and munici-
palities of Cedar Key, Cross City Lake
City Live Oak, Monticello, Perry White
Springs and Worthington Springs, Flori-
da. The meeting and public hearing to
accept an interim budget will be held at
2:00 p.m. on Wednesday September 8,
2010; at The Suwannee RiverWater Man-
agement District, Board Room, 9225
CR49, Live Oak, Florida. The NFBA
meeting will be to conduct general busi-
ness and to conduct the public hearing to
consider the interim budget. The public
hearing to adopt the final NFBA annu-
al budget will be held at 2:00 p.m. on
Wednesday, October 13, 2010; at the
Suwannee River Water Management
District, Board Room, 9225 CR49, Live
Oak, Florida. If a person decides to ap-
peal any decision made by the NFBA with
respect to any matter considered at the
meeting, such person will need a record
of the proceedings and may need to en-
sure that a verbatim record is made, in-
cluding the testimony and evidence upon
which the appeal is to be made. In accor-
dance with the Americans with Disabili-
ties Act, persons needing special accom-
modation or an interpreter to participate
in this proceeding or have any questions
please contact Faith Doyle, Clerk to the
NFBA Board at (877) 552-3482 or (407)
629-6900 at least one (1) business day
prior to the date of the meeting.
8/5, 12


NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING:

The District Board of Trustees of North
Florida Community College will hold its
regular monthly meeting Tuesday, August
17, 2010 at 5:30 p.m. in the NFCC Board
Room, NFCC, 325 NW Turner Davis Dr.,
Madison, FL. A copy of the agenda may
be obtained by writing: NFCC, Office of
the President, 325 NW Turner Davis Dr.,
Madison, FL 32340. For disability-related
accommodations, contact the NFCC Of-
fice of College Advancement, 850-973-
1653. NFCC is an equal access/equal
opportunity employer.
8/12

NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that PAUL &
JILL VARNES the holder of the following
certificates) has filed said certificates)
for a tax deed to be issued thereon. The
certificate numbers) and years) of is-
suance, the description of the property
and the names in which it was assessed
are as follows:

CERTIFICATE NO. :
266 Issued May 22, 2003

DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY:
Parcel No. 3478-510

Section 10 Township 1N Range 12E
Parcel "A" West Lake Farms
ORB 225-86 and 94

NAME(S) IN WHICH ASSESSED:
West Lake Property Owners Assoc. Inc.

All of said property being in the County of
Hamilton, State of Florida.

Unless such certificate or certificates
shall be redeemed according to law, the
property described in such certificate or
certificates will be sold to the highest bid-
der at the South Front Door of the Hamil-
ton County Courthouse, 207 Northeast
First Street, Jasper, Florida at 11:00 a.m.
on Thursday, August 19, 2010.

Pursuant to Chapter 197.542(2), Florida
Statutes, the highest bidder is required to
post a non-refundable cash deposit of
$200 with the Clerk of Court at the time of
the sale, to be applied to the sale price at
the time of full payment. The Clerk may
require bidders to show their willingness
and ability to post the cost deposit.

/s/Krlsty Morgan
Greg Godwin
Clerk of Circuit Court
Hamilton County Florida
7/22, 29 8/5, 12

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR HAMILTON COUNTY,
STATE OF FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
Case No. 2009CA000518

BRANCH BANKING and TRUST COM-
PANY, successor in interest to Colonial
Bank by asset acquisition from the
FDIC as receiver for Colonial Bank,

Plaintiff,

vs.

HAMILTON 285, LLC

Defendant.

NOTICE OF SALE

Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to
the Final Judgment of Foreclosure en-
tered in this cause on July 29, 2010, in
the Circuit Court of Hamilton County,
Florida, I will sell the property described
as:

TOWNSHIP 1 SOUTH- RANGE 15 EAST
SECTION 13: THE SW 1/4 OF SW 1/4
LYING WEST OF ROAD 137
SECTION 14:THE S 112 OF SE 1/4
SECTION 23: THE N 3/4 OF E 1/2 LYING
WEST OF ROAD 137
HAMILTON COUNTY, FLORIDA.

LESS AND EXCEPT:

COMMENCE AT THE SOUTHEAST
CORNER OF SECTION 14, TOWNSHIP
1 SOUTH, RANGE 15 EAST, HAMILTON
COUNTY, FLORIDA, AND RUN N 01 DE-
GREES 02 MINUTES 59 SECONDS
WEST ALONG THE EAST LINE OF
SAID SECTION 14, A DISTANCE OF
672.04 FEETTOTHE POINT OF BEGIN-
NING; THENCE SOUTH 88 DEGREES
27 MINUTES 14 SECONDS WEST PAR-
ALLEL TO THE NORTH LINE OF THE
SE 1/4 OF THE SE 1/4 OF SAID SEC-
TION 14, A DISTANCE OF 408.40 FEET;
THENCE NORTH 01 DEGREES 02 MIN-
UTES 59 SECONDS WEST PARALLEL
TO THE EAST LINE OF SAID SECTION
14, A DISTANCE OF 660.00 FEET TO A
POINT ON THE NORTH LINE OF THE
SE 1/4 OF THE SE 1/4 OF SAID SEC-
TION 14; THENCE NORTH 88 DE-
GREES 27 MINUTES 14 SECONDS
EAST ALONG SAID NORTH LINE
408.40 FEET TO THE NORTHEAST
CORNER OF SAID SE 1/4 OF THE SE
114; THENCE NORTH 88 DEGREES 15
MINUTES 50 SECONDS EAST ALONG
THE NORTH LINE OF THE SW 1/4 OF
THE SW 1/4 OF SECTION 13, TOWN-
SHIP 1 SOUTH, RANGE 15 EAST A
DISTANCE OF 134.74 FEET TO A
POINT OF THE WESTERLY RIGHT-OF-
WAY LINE OF COUNTY ROAD NO. 137;
THENCE SOUTH 28 DEGREES 53 MIN-
UTES 30 SECONDS EAST ALONG
SAID WESTERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE
A DISTANCE OF 30.56 FEET TO THE
POINT OF CURVE OF A CURVE CON-
CAVE TO THE WEST HAVING A RA-
DIUS OF 1392.40 FEET AND A CEN-
TRAL ANGLE OF 27 DEGREES 05 MIN-
UTES 06 SECONDS, SAID CURVE
ALSO HAVING A CHORD BEARING OF
SOUTH 15 DEGREES 20 MINUTES 57
SECONDS EAST AND A CHORD DIS-
TANCE OF 652.11 FEET; THENCE
SOUTHERLY ALONG THE ARC OF
SAID CURVE, BEING ALSO SAT])
WESTERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF
COUNTY ROAD NO. 137, A DISTANCE
OF 658.22 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 88
DEGREES 27 MINUTES 14 SECONDS
WEST PARALLELTOTHE NORTH LINE
OF THE SE 1/4 OF THE SE 1/4 OF SAID
SECTION 14, A DISTANCE OF 310.08
FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
SAID LANDS LYING PARTLY IN SEC-
TION 14 AND PARTLY IN SECTION 13,
TOWNSHIP 1 SOUTH, RANGE 15


EAST, HAMILTON COU

ALSO LESS AND EXC

TOWNSHIP 1 SOUTH-I

SECTION 23: THE SOI
THAT PART OF N 112
WEST OF RIGHT-OF-
ROAD 137, HAMIL
FLORIDA.

ALSO LESS AND EXC

TOWNSHIP 1 SOUTH-I

SECTION 23: WEST
NORTH 616 FEET OF
FEET OF THE NW
HAMILTON COUNTY, F

Parcel Numbers 154
and 1617-000

At a public sale, to the
bidder, for cash, at the
Courthouse, 207 First S
FL 32052 at 11:00 a.m
of August, 2010.

DATE: August 4, 2010.

(COURT SEAL

CL
HAMILTON CC

By: /s


Any person claiming an
plus from the sale, if a
property owner as of t
pendens must file a cla
after the sale.
08/12, 08/19


IN THE CIRCUIT
JUDICIAL CIRCLE
HAMILTON CO
CAS

BULLARD-DENUNE IN
a Florida corporation,

Plaintiff,

vs.

AUDLEY ALLEN,

Defendan

NOTICE OF PUB

Notice is hereby given
described property:

Lot 8, Meadow Rid
recorded in Plat Book
lic records of HAMILTC
da, located in Section
North, Range 13 East.

shall be sold by the Cler
public sale, pursuant to
ment in the above style
23, 2010, at the Hamilt
house in Jasper, Hamil
da, at 11:00 A.M., on Tu
2010, to the best and
cash. Any person clairr
any surplus from the sa
property owner as of th
twice of lis pendens, mus
in 60 days after the sale

WITNESS my hand and
State and County afores
of July 2010.

(COURT SEAL)


By /s/


08/05, 08/12


PUBLIC NO


This is to inform you tha
er Economic Council, In
(11) pre-bid conference
for the weatherization


JNTY, FLORIDA. (bid due date September 3, 2010 at noon)
August 31, 2010
EPT: six (6) units at 8:00 am Taylor County
(bid due date September 3, 2010 at noon)
RANGE 15 EAST six (6) units at 12:00 pm Taylor County
(bid due date September 3, 2010 at noon)
UTH 80 FEET OF
OF SE 1/4 LYING ALL will begin at the respective S.R.E.C.,
*WAY OF STATE Inc. location:
LTON COUNTY,
Bradford Outreach Office
1210 Andrews Circle (PO box 1142
EPT: Starke, FL 32091
Taylor Outreach Office
RANGE 15 EAST 1708 S Byron Butler Parkway, Ste B
Perry Florida 32348
T 30 FEET OF Columbia Outreach Office
THE SOUTH 969
1/4 OF SE 1/4,
FLORIDA.

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highest and best Reports
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Street, N.E. Jasper, R epo rts
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Editor's note: The

LERK OF COURT Jasper News prints the
UNTY, FLORIDA entire arrest record

DeCynthiaJohnsonlerk each week. If your

interest in the sur- name appears here and
ny, other than the you are later found not
he date of the lis
aim within 60 days guilty or the charges

are dropped, we will be

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UIT,INANDFOR this in the newspaper
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ENO. 10-165-CA when judicial proof is

IVESTMENTCO., presented to us by you
or the authorities.

The following abbre-

viations are used be-

low:
*t. DAC - Department of

BLIC SALE Agriculture Commis-

that the following sion

DOA - Department of
ge Subdivision
3, Page 27, pub- Agriculture
ON County, Flori-
15ofTownship 1 DOT - Department of

Transportation
rkof this Court, at
o the Final Judg- FDLE - Florida De-
d action dated July
on County Court- apartment of Law En-
ton County Flori- enforcement
esday, August 31, forcement
highest bidder for FHP - Florida High-
ning an interest in lor a g
ale, other than the Patrol
he date of the no- way Patrol
3t file a claim with- FWC - Florida Fish

and Wildlife Conserva-
official seal in the
said this 23rd day tion Commission

HCDTF - Hamilton

County Drug Task
GREG GODWIN
Clerk of Court Force

Cynthia Johnson HCSO - Hamilton
As Deputy Clerk County Sheriff's Office

ICE - Immigration
TICE and Custom Enforce-

at Suwannee Riv-
c. will hold eleven ment

workandofone hun JAPD - Jasper Police


dred-twenty six (126) single-family
dwellings participating in the Bradford,
Columbia, Dixie, Hamilton, Madison, Tay-
lor and Union County Weatherization Pro-
grams.

Meeting Schedules for one hundred-
twenty six (126) Pre-bid conferences are
as follows:

August 12, 2010
six (6) units at 8:00 am Bradford County
(bid due date August 17, 2010 at noon)
six (6) units at 12:00 pm Bradford County
(bid due date August 17, 2010 at noon)
August 13,2010
six (6) units at 8:00 am Union County
(bid due date August 18, 2010 at noon)
six (6) units at 12:00pm Union County
(bid due date August 18, 2010 at noon)
August 16,2010
six (6) units at 8:00 am Dixie County
(bid due date August 19, 2010 at noon)
August 18,2010
six (6) units at 8:00 am Columbia County
(bid due date August 23, 2010 at noon)
six (6) units at 12:00 pm Columbia Coun-
ty
(bid due date August 23, 2010 at noon)
August 19,2010
six (6) units at 8:00 am Dixie County
(bid due date August 24, 2010 at noon)
six (6) units at 12:00 pm Dixie County
(bid due date August 24, 2010 at noon)
August 20, 2010
six (6) units at 8:00 am Madison County
(bid due date August 25, 2010 at noon)
six (6) units at 12:00 pm Madison County
(bid due date August 25, 2010 at noon)
August 24, 2010
six (6) units at 8:00 am Bradford County
(bid due date August 27, 2010 at noon)
six (6) units at 12:00 pm Bradford County
(bid due date August 27, 2010 at noon)
August 26, 2010
six (6) units at 8:00 am Columbia County
(bid due date August 30, 2010 at noon)
six (6) units at 12:00 pm Columbia Coun-
ty
(bid due date August 30, 2010 at noon)
August 26, 2010
six (6) units at 8:00 am Dixie County
(bid due date August 30, 2010 at noon)
six (6) units at 12:00 pm Dixie County
(bid due date August 30, 2010 at noon)
August 31, 2010
six (6) units at 8:00 am Hamilton County
(bid due date September 3, 2010 at noon)
six (6) units at 12:00 pm Hamilton County


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HAMILTOT


303 NW Quinten Street
Lake City Florida 32056
Hamilton Outreach Office
1114 NW US Hwy 41 (PO Box 852)
Jasper, FL 32052
Union Service Center
855 SW 6th Ave
Lake Butler, FL 32054
Dixie Outreach Office
357 SE 22nd Avenue
Cross City Florida, 32628
Madison Service Center
146 SE Bunker St. (PO Box 565)
Madison, FL 32341

The conferences and walk-thru's are
mandatory no exceptions, for contractors



Department

JNPD - Jennings Po-

lice Department

OALE - Office of

Agricultural Law En-

forcement
P&P - Probation and

Parole

SCSO - Suwannee

County Sheriff's Office

WSPD - White

Springs Police Depart-

ment


Aug. 3, Dale Anthony

Marshall, 44; 3033 NW

23rd Boulevard, Jen-

nings; possession of

controlled substance

(cannabis); HCSO

Aug. 4, Robert

Lawrence Langley, 48;

8995 SW 39th Terrace,

B-3, Jasper; public or-

der crime (misuse 911

or E911 System-5

times); HCSO

Aug. 5, Shirley Ann

Battle, 49; 1166 SW 3rd

Street, Jasper; violation

of probation; P&P

Aug. 5, Terry D.

Wetherington, 28; 236

Jones Road, Oceilla,

GA; violation of proba-

tion; HCSO

Aug 5, Joseph Boyd

Daniels, 18; 10760 NW

37th Trail, Jasper; viola-

tion of probation; JAPD

Aug. 5, Leon Roy

Amerson, 51; 11490 NE

4th, Jasper; violation of

probation (felony DUI);

JAPD

Aug. 6, Antwon L.


who plan to bid. SREC, Inc. requires each
contractor to be properly licensed, carry
general liability insurance of at least
$1,000,000.00, POI (Pollution Occurrence
Insurance) and Workers Comp Insurance
(No Exemptions) before bid opening.

Please mark envelope "Sealed Bid for
Name of Homeowner". Bids are to be
opened and awarded August 17, 18, 19,
23, 24, 25, 27, 30 and September 3, 2010
at 12:30 p.m. respectively

SREC, Inc. has the right to reject any and
all bids. The bids will be awarded on the
most cost effective basis.
8/12



Dukes, 24; 3651 NW

108th, Jasper; burglary,

theft; JAPD

Aug. 6, William

Fenick, 53; in transit;

hold for statewide ex-

tradition; SPE, LLC

Aug. 6, Robert A.

Krasnow, Jr., 36; 9517

SW 34th Lane,

Gainesville; racketeer-

ing, Medicaid provider

fraud, money launder-

ing, aggravated white

collar crime, grand

theft; SPE, LLC

Aug. 6, Michael An-

thony Everett, 18; 2519

Jamica Street, Sarasota;

driving while license

suspended / revoked;

JNPD

Aug. 6, Charles

Jerome Speights, 26;

107 NW 11th Avenue,

Jasper; attempted

felony murder while

armed with firearm,

robbery while armed

with firearm, carjacking

while armed with

firearm; HCSO

Aug. 7, Tony Fernan-

dez, 25; 11761 SW 176th

Street, Miami; hold for

Miami/Dade; HCSO

Aug. 8, Akirah L.

Combs, 21; 10264 First

Street, White Springs;

grand theft auto; WSPD

AUG. 8, Jontae F. Mc-

Cloud, 18; 4560 SW

102nd Lane, Jasper;

hold for Suwannee

County; HCSO


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Lights, camera, action


Destin Walker


Anthony Ingram - Photos; Corey Davis


By Corey Davis
corey.davis@gaflnews.com

JACKSONVILLE-For years, Mandarin and Forrest
High head football coaches J.D. Hall and Dennis
Clemmons wanted their kids to get more media ex-
posure.
The two contacted several local media members to
push the idea for a prep media day just like the ACC
and SEC. Thus began the first ever High School Me-
dia Days in Jacksonville.
Tragically, Hall never got to see the fruits of the la-
bor, after suffering a fatal heart attack a few weeks
before the event. Despite the loss, Clemmons never
gave up and pushed the idea to the media, among
those Josh Baker from Baker's Sporting Goods who
became the main sponsor of the event.
Sixty schools were invited Thursday to the Fourth
Annual High School Awareness Media Day, includ-
ing Suwannee and Hamilton County.
The event allows each football team to bring a
handful of players and the head coach to talk to lo-
cal print media and television stations.
Suwannee head coach Willie Spears thought the
event was unbelievable.


"This is absolutely awesome, I have never been to
anything like this before, I am excited for our play-
ers and me," Spears said, "It's good exposure for our
program, although winning brings good exposure
also."
Seniors Andre Zanders and Tre Robinson echoed
his statements.
"I'm excited to come here today, its a good way to
let people know about our season and how we are
going to do," Robinson said.
"It's good exposure, good to show everybody
what Suwannee has to offer, although I'm a little
nervous about being on TV," Zanders said.
In addition to talking to newspaper and web site
reporters, the players were also interviewed by
WJXT 4, WTLV 12 and FOX 30 News in one-on-one
interviews.
Hamilton brought head coach Mike Pittman and
senior Anthony Ingram and junior Destin Walker.
Ingram did most of the talking though as Walker
was shy.
"It's fun and good exposure for our program," In-
gram said.
Pittman echoed those statements about his pro-
gram getting attention and recognized, since they


were not invited to the Media Days weeks ago at the
Gainesville Sun.
"It's good exposure and good for the kids to see
other parts of the area," Pittman said.
Hamilton and Suwannee were apart of Group 6,
which also included Camden County (GA), Charlton
County (GA), Fort White, Madison County and Co-
lumbia.
When asked about the Madison vs Suwannee ri-
valry, Madison provided the Bulldogs with some
bulletin board material.
"It use to be a big rivalry, its not competitive any-
more, kind of hard to be a rivalry when its one sided
anymore, " Madison quarterback Kevin Singletary
noted.
In their defense, new Madison coach Mike Coe de-
fended his players statement, reminding people of
the dominance.
"You have to remember Suwannee won 11 or 12
years in a row over Madison, but these kids weren't
around back then, and now Madison has won like 11
or 12 in a row in the series," Coe said.
The event wrapped up the schools summer, which
also included stops to the Gainesville Sun several
weeks ago for Suwannee and Branford.


SPORTS CALENDAR


Aug. 9
First day of fall practices

Aug. 27
Football
Branford at Dixie Coun-
ty, 7:30
Lafayette at Taylor
County, 7:30
Bradford at Hamilton
County, 7:30
Chiefland at Suwannee,
7:30

Aug. 30
Volleyball
Fort White at Branford,
6:30

Aug. 31
Volleyball
Newberry at Hamilton
County, 6:30
Madison County at
Lafayette, 6
Branford at Suwannee,
6:30

Sept. 1
Volleyball
St. Francis at Branford, 6

Sept. 2
Volleyball
Hamilton County at
Brooks County, Ga., 6
p.m.
Lafayette at Tallahassee
Maclay, 6
Suwannee at Fort White,
6:30


Chiefland at Branford, 7

Sept. 3
Football
St. Francis at Branford,
7:30
Lafayette at Dixie Coun-
ty, 7:30
Hamilton County at
Suwannee, 7:30

Sept. 7
Volleyball
Hamilton County at Tal-
lahassee Maclay, 6
Jefferson County at
Lafayette, 6
Branford at Hawthorne,
6:30

Sept. 9
Volleyball
Lafayette at Hamilton
County, 6
Trenton at Branford, 6:30
Newberry at Suwannee,
6:30
Boys Golf
Keystone Heights at
Suwannee, 4
Girls Golf
Suwannee at Keystone
Heights, 4

Sept. 10
Football
Trenton at Branford, 7:30
Oak Hall at Lafayette,
7:30
Madison County at
Suwannee, 7:30


Union County at Hamil-
ton County, 7:30

Sept. 13
Volleyball
Fort White at Hamilton
County, 6
Lafayette at Bell, 6
Branford at Dixie Coun-
ty, 6:30

Sept. 14
Volleyball
Jefferson County at
Lafayette, 6
Suwannee at Santa Fe,
6:30

Sept. 15
Volleyball
Branford at St. Francis,
6:30

Sept. 16
Volleyball
North Florida Christian
at Hamilton County, 6
Tallahassee Maclay at
Lafayette, 6
Columbia at Suwannee,
6:30
Dixie County at Bran-
ford,

Sept. 17
Football
Branford at Bishop Sny-
der, 7:30
St. Francis at Lafayette,
7:30
Suwannee at Fort White,


7:30
Hamilton
University
7:30


County at
Christian,


Sept. 20
Volleyball
Hamilton County at
Union County, 6
Lafayette at Madison
County, 6
Suwannee at Branford,
6:30

Sept. 21
Volleyball
Hamilton County at
Suwannee, 6:30
Lafayette at North Flori-
da Christian, 6
Branford at Bronson,
6:30
Boys Golf
Suwannee at Keystone
Heights, 4
Girls Golf
Keystone Heights at
Suwannee, 4

Sept. 23
Volleyball
Madison County at
Hamilton County, 6
Branford at Lafayette, 6
Suwannee at Williston,
6:30

Sept. 24
Football
Branford at Tallahassee
Maclay, 7:30


Lafayette at Aucilla
Christian, 7:30
Suwannee at Santa Fe,
7:30

Sept. 27
Volleyball
Suwannee at Lafayette, 6
Hawthorne at Branford,
6:30

Sept. 28
Volleyball
Hamilton County at
Lafayette, 6
Suwannee at Newberry,
6:30

Sept. 30
Volleyball
Tallahassee Maclay at
Hamilton County, 6
Fort White at Suwannee,
6
Branford at PK Yonge, 5

Oct. 1
Football
Branford at Paxon, 7:30
St. Stephens at Lafayette,
7:30
Taylor County at
Suwannee, 7:30
Hamilton County at
Hilliard, 7:30

Oct. 4
Volleyball
Hamilton County at Jef-
ferson County, 6
Trenton at Lafayette, 6


Suwannee at Columbia,
6:30
Bronson at Branford,
6:30

Oct. 5
Volleyball
Suwannee at Hamilton
County, 6
Bell at Branford, 6:30

Oct. 7
Football
Florida Deaf at Branford,
7:30
Volleyball
Brooks County, Ga at
Hamilton County, 3:15
Lafayette at Jefferson
County, 6
Santa Fe at Suwannee,
6:30
Branford at Trenton, 6:30

Oct. 8
Football
Lafayette at Mandarin
Christian, 7:30
Hamilton County at Dix-
ie County, 7:30
Suwannee at Raines,
7:30

Oct. 11
Volleyball
Lafayette at Trenton, 6
Branford at Bell, 6:30


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Republican Candidates' Tour Comes To Jasper


Hamilton County Republican Party Chairman R.B. Davis enjoys the speech
made by Adam Putnam, candidate for Commissioner of Agriculture at the recent
Republican Candidates' Tour of North Florida.


Hamilton County Republican Party Chairman R.B. Davis listens to U.S. Repre-
sentative Ander Crenshaw during the recent Republican Candidates' Tour of
North Florida. - Photos submitted


Be Wary Of Scams


By Kay Louder, Social Security Dis-
trict Manager, Lake City, Fl
These days, everyone needs to be
cautious of scams - Internet, mail,
and even phone scams - which can
damage your credit score and pocket-
book. Any time someone asks for
your personal information, you
should be wary. Particularly cruel are
scams that target Social Security bene-
ficiaries.
Recently, Social Security became
aware of a scam targeting beneficia-
ries in the Southern California area.
Scammers telephoned beneficiaries to
tell them they were due a "stimulus
payment." The scammer offered to
deposit the payment to each benefi-
ciary's account once the personal and
bank account information was pro-
vided. The scammer then contacted
Social Security by telephone to re-
quest the benefits be deposited into a
new account-the scammer's account,
to steal the payments. In a similar ver-
sion of this criminal ploy, the scam-
mer calls the beneficiary to "confirm"
the beneficiary's personal and finan-
cial information.
As a rule of thumb, Social Security
will not call you for your personal in-
formation such as your Social Security
number or banking information. If
someone contacts you and asks for
this kind of information, do not give
it.
You should never provide your So-
cial Security number or other person-
al information over the telephone un-
less you initiated the contact, or are
confident of the person to whom you
are speaking. If in doubt, do not re-


lease information without first verify-
ing the validity of the call by contact-
ing the local Social Security office or
Social Security's toll-free number at 1-
800-772-1213 (TTY 1-800-325-0778).
Another way to protect yourself is
to keep your Social Security card and
other important documents locked
away in a safe place. Do not give per-
sonal information to just anyone.
Also, check your Social Security earn-
ings record. You can request a Social
Security Statement online at www.so-
cialsecurity.gov/statement. When you
receive your Statement in the mail,
you can verify the accuracy of the re-
ported earnings and request correc-
tion if necessary.
If you've fallen victim to fraud or
identity theft, be sure to file a report
with the local police or the police de-
partment where the identity theft
took place, and keep a copy of the po-
lice report as proof of the crime. In-
formation on how to prevent scams
and protect yourself can be found at
www.ftc.gov/idtheft. You can also
read Social Security's publication,
Identify Theft and Your Social Securi-
ty Number, available online at
www.socialsecurity.gov/pubs/10064.
html and Your Social Security Num-
ber and Card, available at www.so-
cialsecurity.gov/pubs/ 10002.html.
Be alert when dealing with people
who want your personal information,
such as your bank account number,
date of birth, and Social Security
number. By using a little caution, you
can protect yourself from scams.
Learn more about Social Security at
www.socialsecurity.gov.


Listening to the candidates' speeches
bread, and Alice Jones.

Submitted by Cecil Davis
Many state-wide Republican candi-
dates recently toured North Florida
from Leon County to Duval County,
giving speeches and talking with vot-
ers. The tour came to Hamilton Coun-
ty's VFW Post 8095 where local Re-
publicans eagerly listened to the can-
didates, asked them questions and
talked with them about their plat-
forms. U.S. Representative Ander
Crenshaw, William Escoffery, 111, can-
didate for U.S. Senate, LT Gov. Jeff


are Henry and Marcia Groll, Vi Good-


Kottkamp and Holly Benson, both can-
didates for Attorney General, and
Adam Putnam, candidate for Commis-
sioner of Agriculture were some of the
main speakers.
Local candidates were introduced to
the audience but none spoke. The tour
continued to Lake City after a short
stop at Stormant's Grocery in White
Springs for the candidates to meet
some of the residents. The tour was
sponsored by the Hamilton County
Republican Party.


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H.O.P.E summer program youth and supporters who participated as judges, attorneys, jury and audience in last week's mock trial. - Photo: Stephenie Livingston




Mock trial lets kids mete out justice


Continued From Page 1A

called the victim, Martavious
Burch, to the stand.
"I saw her cheat on the
test," Burch told Prosecutor
Mary McKire. "She looked on
my paper!"
Defense attorney Pericia
Lofton cross-examined.
"Isn't it true you're sup-
posed to be wearing glass-
es?" she asked Burch.
"Ummm," Burch said, smil-


ing.
"Isn't it true your vision is
20/80. If your vision is 20/80,
how did you see her cheat?
Some would suggest you're
as blind as a bat," said Lofton
as the crowd of youth, pro-
gram supporters and parents
erupted into laughter.
Later, Brown took the stand
in her own defense.
"So, do you consider your-
self smart?" Lofton asked.
"Not smart ... brilliant."


Brown stated.
In the end, the jury acquit-
ted Brown of the cheating
charges.
Judge Parker and Judge
Scaff also gave an overview
of the justice system, branch-
es of government, and shared
with youth how they too
could attend law school and
one day become a judge or
lawyer.
Parker said his job is usual-
ly rewarding, but admitted


that, at times, it's very dis-
couraging.
Scaff pointed out that he's
heard and sentenced too
many young people, not
much older than the program
participants, for crimes such
as drunk driving and drugs
possession.
H.O.P.E. program founder
Helen Miller said it was only
a year ago that she was in the
same courtroom, watching
the case being heard of youth


who had broken into her
home. She has previously
told Jasper News that the ex-
perience inspired the pro-
gram.
"I hope that one day I don't
have a job," Parker said. "Be-
cause I hope that one day
there's no more crime in
Hamilton County. It sounds
impossible."
"You guys are going to
take over the world. It's up to
you," he said.


T 1 J'J " A s t" I+orda Rsh and Wikllife
Bullard announces candidacy "As I See It" UnmlW



for District 4 School Board seat FWC cracks down on illegal Internet sales


Continued From Page 1A

munity on the banks of the his-
toric Suwannee River.
I am an active member of White
Springs United Methodist
Church. Community activities
have always been a large part of
my life. I am a member of the
Stephen Foster Citizens Support
Organization, and I served as
president of the Citizens Support
Organization for 15 years. During
those years, Stephen Foster and
the Florida Folk Festival faced
many uphill battles. I worked
with other interested citizens in
our area as well as state officials
and legislators to retain our Flori-
da Folk Festival and to keep our
park opened. I did not do this
alone. It took the hard work and
dedication of many in our area to
meet these goals. Later, I served as
a member of the Florida Folklife
Council for five years where I was
instrumental in the planning of
the annual Florida Folk Festival.
While on this council, we imple-
mented and enhanced a children's
folk life area as an educational
component of the Florida Folk
Festival. As we approach our
59th annual Florida Folk Festival
on Memorial Day weekend 2011,
the children's area is still very
much a viable part of "our" Festi-
val.
With the help of wonderful stu-
dents, staff members, and com-
munity support, we made South
Hamilton Elementary an "A"
school twice during my years of
service to the school as principal.
During one of those years, we
made Adequate Yearly Progress
based upon the "No Child Left
Behind" federal legislation.
With the help of a supportive
community, I helped with secur-
ing nearly $200,000 in Historic
Preservation Grant Funds from
the Florida Department of State
that were used to do much need-
ed repair on South Hamilton Ele-
mentary.
I am a graduate of Valdosta
State College where I received
two undergraduate and two grad-
uate degrees. For over 25 years, I
served students as a tutor, class-
room teacher, assistant principal,
principal, and as a district level


school administrator. I have
worked in three area school dis-
tricts: Hamilton, Suwannee and
Columbia counties. I am still tu-
toring students and working with
young people and adults who
wish to improve their educational
futures. I have the experience
needed to serve as "your" effec-
tive School Board Member. I am
experienced, qualified, and caring.
Our school system in Hamilton
County faces many challenges
but, with those challenges come
many opportunities. The recent
publication on Friday, August 6,
2010, of our district's school
grades are indicative of the chal-
lenges and opportunities that exist
in our school system. Our public
schools belong to all of the citi-
zens of our county, and they are
here to serve our children. Their
success or "lack thereof" is the re-
sponsibility of each of us, and this
includes members of the School
Board.
If elected, I will work very hard
to help meet many of the chal-
lenges faced by our school system
and to help create "opportuni-
ties" for our students that will bet-
ter prepare them for their futures.
I will ask for your input and ad-
vice in making these decisions,
since the School Board office is
"yours." During my years in edu-
cation, I had a motto regarding
children and their educations to
which I still adhere, "Children
may not always remember what
we taught them, but they will al-
ways remember how we made
them feel." We can make our
children feel valued, appreciated,
and loved by providing them
with a quality educational system
in schools that are safe, clean,
well maintained, and which focus
on student achievement.
I will prayerfully consider any
decision I make regarding your
child's educational future if elect-
ed to this important office, and I
promise you that I will be avail-
able to each of you as your School
Board member. I humbly ask for
your Vote and Support in the up-
coming election on Tuesday, Au-
gust 24th. Your vote and sup-
port for Johnny Bullard, School
Board, District 4, will be greatly
appreciated. May God Bless you.


By FWC Chairman
Rodney Barreto
In our technologically ad-
vanced society, we have a
lot of advantages and con-
veniences. Unfortunately,
technological advance-
ments can also provide an
avenue for law violators.
Online businesses that deal
in the wildlife trade are an
increasing concern for
Florida's law enforcement
agencies.
With merely a laptop,
garage and mailbox, any-
one can open a business
dealing in Florida's
wildlife. These businesses
could be exchanging dan-
gerous species, such as con-
ditional snakes and lizards,
or venomous reptiles,
which are a serious public-
safety concern. Also, if re-
leased into the wild, these
nonnative species can pose
a threat to indigenous
wildlife. The Internet needs
to be monitored to protect
Florida's natural resources
from exploitation.
Fortunately, the Florida
Fish and Wildlife Conser-
vation Commission (FWC)
is aware of this issue and
has an effective tool on its
side: the Internet Crimes


Unit.
The unit, a part of the
FWC's Division of Law En-
forcement, is experiencing
tremendous success. In the
past six months, seven
hard-working undercover
officers have made 151 ar-
rests and issued 51 warn-
ings through covert Inter-
net operations. This tech-
nique is one of the latest
evolving technologies to
combat illegal captive
wildlife sales.
Legitimate businesses
that follow FWC captive
wildlife regulations are safe
for the public and the envi-
ronment. However, the
FWC has uncovered many
illegal businesses through-
out the state. The presence
of these illegal businesses
undermines legitimate
companies. Legal wildlife
trade businesses obtain the
appropriate permits from
the FWC and operate safe-
ly, and these businesses are
the ones with the right to
operate in this state.
The Internet Crimes Unit
uses investigative measures
that supplement our tradi-
tional face-to-face efforts.
These online methods are
effective in enhancing pub-


Submitted
Florida has only one season...the fishing
season. The Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission (FWC) and the
Wildlife Foundation of Florida are reach-
ing out to the public and private sectors to
help promote the all-important fact that
Florida continues to be the Fishing Capital
of the World.
The FWC and the foundation are al-
ready working together to protect Florida's
precious natural resources. These re-
sources help fuel the state's economy,
bringing in billions of dollars a year.
The foundation's recently established
Gulf Restoration Fund will help pay for
restoration of Gulf waters and habitats al-
tered by the Deepwater Horizon oil spill
and assist in creation of a statewide net-
work of hatcheries to replenish economi-
cally critical marine fishery stocks. In ad-
dition, the fund will assist the foundation


lic safety, continuing con-
servation efforts, combat-
ing invasive species and
ensuring fair business prac-
tices.
One case in Central Flori-
da has even led to investi-
gations into six other states.
The case involves a particu-
larly large illegal
import/ export business
that was shut down last
year. FWC investigators are
continuing to examine it,
and six people have been
charged with 121 criminal
violations so far.
The FWC remains active
in its conservation efforts.
Its Division of Law En-
forcement is not only able
to react to conservation is-
sues, but, through efforts
like the Internet Crimes
Unit, it is protecting Flori-
da's future by pursuing
proactive measures. The In-
ternet Crimes Unit is ac-
tively working to protect
our state by tracking down
Internet crimes at their
source.
You can also help the
FWC in its conservation en-
deavors. To report wildlife
law violations, visit
MyFWC.com/ Violation or
call 888-404-FWCC (3922).


in engaging Florida's youth in fishing.
Meanwhile, the FWC and the founda-
tion have launched an aggressive cam-
paign to reintroduce youngsters to hunt-
ing, fishing and other outdoor traditions.
The Beau Turner Youth Conservation Cen-
ter, www.BTYCC.org, near Monticello, is
the first in a series of such centers to be es-
tablished across Florida under the Florida
Youth Conservation Centers Network,
http:/ /FYCCN.org, to offer children in-
struction and fun activities to help them
develop a sense of stewardship for nature.
Interested in learning more about the
current state of our waters and the impacts
of the oil spill? Join the FWC and the
foundation at the two-day Healthy Oceans
Conference, Sept. 14-15 in St. Petersburg.
For more information and to register for
the conference, visit
www.wildlifeflorida.org/ licalthyoccans.lit
ml.


Join the FWC and Wildlife Foundation of Florida's
partnership in promoting year-round fishing season


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2010-2011

District Calendar


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Hamilton County School


Martha W. Butler, Superintendent
4280 SW County Road 152
Jasper, Florida 32052
Phone: (386) 792-1228 Fax: (386) 792-3681


District
School Board Members
Joyce Shaw - District 4
Doll Feunemian - District 5


August 2010


Dear Students and Parents:

I am pleased to welcome our new and returning students for the 2010-2011
school year. I hope you have enjoyed the summer break and are looking forward
to a great year. Students will begin classes on Monday, August 23.

Due to the requirements established by the state, there are several changes
which must be implemented this year, and these changes will affect how our
school system operates.

These changes will be discussed at a town hall meeting on Monday, August 16.
The meeting will begin at 7:00 p.m. in the auditorium of the courthouse annex
(the old high school). Parents, students, and other interested citizens are invited
to attend to learn more about these mandates.

Our school system provides numerous learning opportunities, and I encourage
our students to take advantage of those opportunities. Your education is
important to us, and we want you to succeed. Our staff has worked to provide
the resources to help you accomplish your goals and experience the joy of
learning.

Parents, I ask you to play an active role in the educational experiences of your
children. By showing support, whether in academic or athletic pursuits, the
students will know that you care and that you expect them to excel. Their levels
of achievement will greatly depend on your involvement and your enthusiasm!

May you have a safe and exciting year!

Sincerely,


Martha Butler
Superintendent

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Important Dates for Parents

2010-2011 School Term


SCHOOL


Central Hamilton Elementary



North Hamilton Elementary






















South Hamilton Elementary



Hamilton County High School


Greenwood School


MEET THE TEACHER

Wednesday
August 18
5 pm-7pm

Thursday
August 19
lpm-2:30 pm




















Thursday
August 19
1-3 pm

Thursday, Aug. 19
5-7 pm

Thursday, Aug. 19
1-3 pm


OPEN HOL

Wednesday
5 pm-7pm


Tuesday, Se
Pre-K: 5:30-6
K'garten: 6:3

Thursday, S
1st grade:
5:30-6:30 pn
2nd grade:
6:30-7:30 pn

Monday, Se
3rd grade:
5:30-6:30 pn
4th grade:
6:30-7:30 pn

Tuesday, Se
5th grade:
5:30-6:30 pn
6th grade:
6:30-7:30 pn

Thursday, S
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August 12-20, 2010
August 23, 2010
September 1, 2010
September 6, 2010
September 20, 2010
October 6, 2010
October 11-15, 2010
October 18, 2010
October 25, 2010
November 3, 2010
November 11, 2010
November 12, 2010
November 17, 2010
November 24-26, 2010
December 1, 2010
December 17, 2010
December 20-31, 2010
January 3, 2011
January 3, 2011
January 17, 2011
January 18, 2011
February 1, 2011
February 2, 2011
February 7-11, 2011
February 21, 2011
March 1-4, 2011
March 2, 2011
March 23, 2011
March 30, 2011
April 6, 2011
April 11-21, 2011
April 22, 2011
April 25-29, 2011
May 4, 2011
May 5, 2011
May 30, 2011
June 2, 2011
June 3, 2011
month (180)
June 6-7, 2011
June 6, 2011
June 13-17, 2011

*Early Dismissal Times
Central:
North:
South:
High:
Greenwood (Pre-K):
Greenwood (K-12):


12:00 p.m.
12:00 p.m.
12:00 p.m.
11:57 a.m.
11:30 a.m.
10:30 a.m.


3e Smart: Stay School-Bus Safe
tSchool buses are essen-
Stialmodes of transporta-
tion, taking thousands of
students to and from
umsschool every day. While
school bus accidents are
rare, riders should still
practice safety aboard
and around the bus.
In the early days of ed-
ucation, students were
educated in local schools
within walking distance.
If they needed to travel, it
was by horse-drawn wag-
0 4. on. As the nation's road-
began to evolve, so did the methods of getting children to school. Eventu-
chool buses became the norm.
in effort to prevent injuries, representatives from 48 states met in 1939 to es-
h safety standards for school buses. Since then, several meetings, known as
nationall Conferences on School Transportation, have taken place to modify
Procedures and standards.
addition to safety procedures regarding ridership, school buses are built
with certain standards in mind. Mirrors, lights, brak-
ing systems and the like are regulated to provide the
utmost safety to passengers. While catastrophic acci-
dents involving school buses are very rare, buses are
built to handle much more than the occasional run-
ins with passenger cars and light trucks.
ISE Maintaining school bus safety is a team effort. Stu-
dents need to do their part while riding the bus. Here
September 1 are the safety precautions that should be followed.
1. Walk to the bus stop, don't run.
2. Always use caution when crossing roadways.
3. Walk on the sidewalk whenever possible. If no
fpt. 7 sidewalk is present, walk in the opposite direction of
-6:30 p traffic to be aware of on-coming traffic.
30-7:30p 4. Don't fool around at the bus stop. Accidents can
happen when individuals are unaware of their sur-
1ept. 9 roundings or distracted.
5. Stand at the bus stop in a safe location. Do not en-
nter the street.
6. Arrive at the bus stop early so there is no need to
n rush and be distracted.
7. Wait for the school bus to come to a complete
pt. 13 stop and for other traffic to halt before approaching
the bus.
n 8. Promptly take a seat, and remain seated through-
out the entire ride. If there are safety belts present,
n use them.
9. Do not distract the bus driver with loud yelling,
pt. 14 music, etc.
10. Don't throw anything around the bus.
n 11. Keep the aisle clear to avoid tripping hazards.
12. Follow the driver's instructions in the event of
n an emergency.
13. Remain seated until the bus has stopped at a
'ept. 9 particular drop-off location.
14. When exiting the bus, take three steps away
from the bus so that visibility of the driver is im-
proved.
15. Watch for traffic when crossing the street. Al-
ways cross in front of the bus.
16. If something is forgotten on the bus, don't try to
run back and retrieve it. The driver may not expect a
student to be returning to the bus.


School Board Members
Damon Deas - District 1
Gary Godwin - District 2
Jeanie Daniels - District 3


Pre-planning days / Inservice
First day of school for students
Early dismissal*/ Inservice
Labor Day holiday
End first attendance month (20)
Early dismissal*/ Inservice
FTE Week
End second attendance month (40)
End of first grading period
Early dismissal*/ Inservice
Veterans Day holiday
Teacher workday / Inservice/Student holiday
End third attendance month (60)
Thanksgiving holidays
Early dismissal*/ Inservice
Early dismissal*
Christmas Break
Students and staff return
End of fourth attendance month (80)
Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday
End of second grading period
End fifth attendance month (100)
Early dismissal*/ Inservice
FTE Week
Presidents' Day holiday
FCAT Writing
End sixth attendance month (120)
End third grading period
End seventh attendance month (140)
Early dismissal*/ Inservice
FCAT Reading/Math
Good Friday holiday
Spring Break
Early dismissal*/ Inservice
End eighth attendance month (160)
Memorial Day holiday
Early dismissal*
Early dismissal*/ Graduation / End ninth attendance

Post-planning
Four-day work week begins
FTE Week











Central Hamilton Elementary


553 Chan Bridge Drive

Jasper, Florida 32052

Betty Ann Sumner, Principal
Office: 386-792-6530
FAX: 386-792-6512

August 2, 2010


Dear CHE Parents,

We are looking forward to a dynamic year here at (CHE) Central Hamilton El-
ementary School. I want to take this opportunity to thank you for such a won-
derful year with parent involvement. We accomplished a great deal of work to-
gether this past year and I look forward to working together with all of you
again this year.
Our teachers received (SUMS) Students Using Math and Science training this
summer. Our teachers combined with North and South Elementary teachers
have worked this summer to decide and write pacing guides for the Reading
and Math Curriculum. We have many new strategies and activities that we look
forward to sharing with your child. Our main reason for being here is your
child. We believe that your child will reach their highest learning gains this year.
We also believe that your child will reach and exceed (AYP) Adequate Yearly
Progress this year.
Please have your child at CHE by 7:15 a.m. to begin school. Our instructional
day begins at 7:15 a.m. We have an earlier beginning time this year to extend the
learning day and extend your child's learning time. Our dismissal time is 2:56 in
the afternoon. It is very important that your child be at school all day. We are
working to achieve (AYP) and a much higher school grade this year.
Please talk to your child every day about their assignments and make sure
your child reads 30 minutes every night of the week. Ask you child to tell you
about the story they chose to read. Please call us if you need our help. We are
asking everyone to stop at the front counter and make an appointment to see
your child's teacher. We will deliver the message and your child's teacher will
call you. We need to guard our instructional minutes with your child. You may
meet with the teacher during their planning period. You may observe in the
class with one day's notice.
We appreciate you sending your child to Central Hamilton Elementary
School. When we all work together for your child's educational needs, we can
all succeed. Remember: Eagles Are Born to Fly!!!!!!!!
Your Principal,


Betty Ann Sumner


Teachers Funding Classroom Supplies


Many teachers
look to provide
exciting experi-
ences for children
in the classroom,
frequently using
interactive sup-
plies and tech-
niques intended
to make learning
fun.
While teachers
often get an annu-
al school supply
budget, too often
what teachers use
in the classroom
is purchased with
money out of
their own pock-
ets. That's even
more true in light
of recession-related budget cutbacks
that have forced teachers to reach
deeper into their own funds to pay
for supplies.
An April 2010 OfficeMax(R) "Na-
tional Teaching Realities Survey"
from Kelton Research found that 97
percent of American teachers fre-
quently use their own money to
stock up on supplies for the class-
room.
In most professions, supplies are
funded by employers. However,
teachers - whom many feel are un-
derpaid - find themselves running
out of money for supplies. Instead of
scaling back and letting students suf-
fer, many teachers continue to use


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Student Day


Starts:


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7:15 a.m.
7:45 a.m.
7:45 a.m.*
8:00 a.m.
7:30 a.m.
8:30 a.m.


Ends:

2:56 p.m.
2:45 p.m.
2:45 p.m.*
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2:30 p.m.
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teachers use
their own funds
for supplies. But
students and
d parents alike can
their part to contribute to a better
ning environment.
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sting donations of supplies, par-
should step up to the plate. It's
greed feeding these requests, but
ter necessity. Parents can join to-
her and consult school officials
ut their concern for dwindling
ool budgets. Local merchants can
ate school supplies or offer dis-
nts for teachers. Not only is it free
ertising, it's good for the commu-
as well. Teachers can investigate
ount programs at school- and of-
-supply stores.
t the beginning of the year, teach-
usually issue a list of necessary
classroom supplies. Par-
ents and other commu-
nity members can work
together to complete the
list.
It's not just classroom
supplies, either. Some
teachers use their own
money to help students
who may not have mon-
ey for lunch. Fundrais-
ers for the classroom can
be a good way to raise
extra money for miscel-
laneous expenses.


Kindergarten List
Crayons (1)

Colored Pencils (1)
Hand Sanitizer (2 bottles) no indi-
vidual size bottles, please
Elmer glue sticks (2 packs)
Ziploc Bags (1 pint and 1 quart size)
Clorox Wipes (2)
Baby Wipes (1 pack)
Dry Erase Expo Markers (4 packs)
Elmer White Glue (2 bottles)
1 backpack (bring to school EVERY
DAY)

1st Grade List
This list is for the entire school year!!
4-24 count boxes of crayons
6 glue sticks
2 packs of Index cards
8 box/packs of #2 pencils
2 packs of cap erasers
1 box of gallon Ziploc Bags
1 box of quart Ziploc Bags
1 box of tissues
1 box of baby wipes
2 Clorox wipes
4- pocket folders-solid colors
3 bottles of hand sanitizer
1 roll of paper towels
1 crayon box
book bag or backpack

2nd Grade List
4 boxes of pencils
4 black dry erase markers (no Expo
brand, please)
1 four-pack of sticky notes-any kind,
color or size
2 Index cards (3x5) white (Sturdy)
1 crayon/pencil box
2 boxes of crayons
1 pack of markers
2 packs of cap erasers
2 glue sticks
2 plastic pocket folders with 3
prongs (1 red and 1 orange)
2 boxes of tissues
2 bottles of hand sanitizer/hand
soap
1 pack of wide-ruled, loose note-
book paper
2 bottles of Clorox wipes
2 Wet Wipes
1 box each of gallon, quart and sand-
wich sized Ziploc bags
4 marble composition notebooks
PLEASE send 1 box or bag of cook-
ies/crackers each month
PLEASE DO NOT send student pen-
cil sharpeners

3rd Grade List
5 packs of loose wide-ruled note-
book paper


3 packs of #2 pencils (no mechanical
pencils)
1 large pack of erasers
5 spiral/composition notebooks- 1
subject
5 paper folders with 3 prongs
1 3-ring binder notebook no larger
than 1 in.
2 boxes of tissues
1 container of hand sanitizer
1 pack of crayons
1 glue stick
1 pack of quart size Ziploc bags
1 pack of gallon size Ziploc bags
1 pack of snack size Ziploc bags
Zipper case for pencils and crayons
(please no plastic school boxes)
1 pack of highlighters
1 pack of red pens
1 pack of white index cards (3x5,
lined)
2 packs of post-it notes
1 pack of Expo dry erase markers
1 backpack (wheels not recommend-
ed)
NO large notebooks or binders

4th Grade List
2 packs notebook paper
6 Composition Notebooks
2 Spiral Notebooks
2 Pocket Folders
1 package of pencils
1 package of colored pencils
1 box of crayons
1 package markers
1 package notebook dividers
1 pair blunt tip scissors
Tissues/Clorox Wipes
Hand Sanitizer

5th Grade List*
No. 2 Pencils-3 sharpened every
day.
Wide Ruled Loose Leaf Note-
book Paper (3 large packs).
Composition Notebooks-(6)
ones with no spiral wire).
Red felt tip pens (2) used for
grading.
Kleenex (3 boxes)
Hand Sanitizer (2 bottles)
*If necessary, we will ask for above
items to be restocked in January.

6th Grade List
4 - 2 inch binders/notebooks
4-packs loose leaf paper
2-Packs of pencils
1-pack of pens (black or blue)
1-box colored pencils
2-packs of subject dividers
1-Clorox wipes
1-hand sanitizer


Hitson Realty

Inc.
Keith L. Hitson, Lic. Broker
102 Hatley St. W., Jasper, FL 32052
386-792-1688
WELCOME BACK! 613107-F


Supply Lists
2010-2011


School:


Hamilton County
School Board Members
District 1:
Damon Deas 386-792-4125

District 2:
Gary Godwin 386-792-7328

District 3:
Jeanie Daniels 386-792-1083

District 4:
Joyce Shaw 386-397-4316

District 5:
Don Fenneman 386-792-2988

Superintendent of Schools:
Martha Butler 386-792-1228

School Board Attorney:
Jay E. Willingham, Jr. 386-792-7330


* changes are pending Board approval on 8/9/10


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THURSDAY, AUGUST 12, 2010







THRDY UUT1,21 H JAPE NWS Jar FLPGE3


North Hamilton Elementary School
WELCOME BACK to our North Hamilton Elementary School students and parents!! Have you missed
seeing your friends over the summer?? YES!! Have you missed seeing your teachers over the summer??
YES!! Have you missed having homework over the summer?? (What?? no "YES" for homework)
Your teachers and I are just as excited as you are to begin the new 2010-2011 school year as we have also
missed you and cannot wait to see you. So, come out on Thursday, August 19th, as we will host the Annu-
al Title I Parent Involvement Meeting beginning at 12:30. Parents, please plan to participate in the meeting
as I will share important information about your child's education and how you can be involved in the
process.
Beginning at 1:00-2:30 on that same day, August 19th, you can "Meet Your Teacher". Classroom rosters
will be posted at the conclusion of the Title I parent meeting. The first day of school is Monday, August
23rd with the beginning time of 7:45 a.m.
Pre-kindergarten students will meet in the classroom. Kindergarten through Sixth Grade students and
parents will meet in the auditorium as we kick off the New Year!!!
Parents, I encourage you to sign up to be a classroom volunteer and join our Parent Teacher Organization
(PTO) to be involved with your child and our school. Thank you to our students and our staff as well as our
parents for everyone's hard work and support of each other during this last school year. We know that with
your continual support and involvement, our North Hamilton Elementary School will continue "changing
lives through quality education".

Lee Wetherington-Zamora
Principal

North Hamilton Elementary
School Supply List
2010-2011


Please label all supplies, book bags, removable
clothing such as jackets with Child's Name.

Kindergarten List
1 plastic school box
1 pack of pencils
2 big erasers
4 packs of 8-count Crayola crayons
1 pack of colored markers
1 pack dry-erase markers
8 glue sticks
1 pair of safety scissors (no sharp points)
1 box of Kleenex tissue
1 box of Ziploc bags (gallon or snack size)
1 bottle of antibacterial hand sanitizer (6 oz or larg-
er)
1 book bag (preferably no rolling book bags or
wheels)
1 towel for quiet time (no plastic mats)

WISH LIST- If you would lIki t-d. t-.nh .n\
of the following items t..'.. ur i' --
rooms, we would love \%.u,1'
help and support. The
following items
are com-
pletely op-
t ional.
Thanks again
for your sup-
port!!

Clorox or Lysol
wipes
Paper plates and
napkins
Animal or Goldfish crack-
ers (snack time)
Individually wrapped candy (no hard candy,
please)

1st Grade List
1 supply school box (small plastic) or pouch
1 pack of pencils 2 large red erasers
2 packs of 16-count Crayola crayons
1 Elmer's 8 oz. glue bottle/glue sticks
Scissors ("Fiskars" are the best for students to use)
2 boxes of Kleenex
1 box of Ziploc bags (Sandwich size)
1 bottle of antibacterial hand sanitizer (6oz or larg-
er)
Book bag
Earphones for computer use
1 3-ring plastic binder (for Reading and Spelling
lists-very important)

2nd Grade List
1 supply school box
2 24-pack of pencils
1 box pencil top erasers
Crayola crayons
Markers or colored pencils
1 Elmer's 8 oz glue with orange caps
Scissors ("Fiskars" are the best for students to use)
1 box of Kleenex
1 clipboard
2 bottles of antibacterial soap
Book bag
2 1-subject notebook (70 pages)
Wide-ruled notebook paper (2 packs)
2 medium or large book covers
Printer paper (optional)

3rd Grade List*
Scissors (Fiskars)
Pencils
Wide-ruled loose-leaf notebook paper
Crayons
Backpack
Glue sticks


From the First Day

to the Last...
we wish every student a happy and
successful year!
Welcome Back from...

Jasper

SHardware &

Supply -
202 NW Central Ave., Jasper, FL
386-792-1052 - 613113F
....................................- * 613113-F


2 boxes of Kleenex tissue
2- Spiral bound notebooks (70 sheets)
1 marble cover composition notebook (100 sheets)
4 JUMBO stretchable book covers
1 box Ziploc bags
1 pack white computer paper (for Accelerated
Math)
*NO Trapperkeepers or large notebooks due to
limited desk space

4th Grade List*
Pencils (no mechanical)
1 pack of erasers
1 three-ring binder (1 inch)
3 packs of college ruled paper (narrow spacing)
2 glue sticks
1 pack of 16- or 24-
count crayons
1 pack of dry-
erase markers
Student-
size scissors-
F Fiskars
work best
Small
L f pencil
box
2 boxes of tis-
sues
2 po, ks of Post-it sticky notes
I ott of earphones will be used in
homeroom
1 clipboard
2 one-subject spiral notebooks (70-80 pages each)
2 marble composition books
*Please NO Trapperkeepers because we are limit-
ed on space.

Classroom Extras (optional):
Germ-X (bigger bottles only please) baby wipes,
paper towels, Ziploc bags (quart and gallon sizes),
brown or white paper bags (lunch bag size)

5th Grade List
4 Five-subject spiral notebooks
1 Composition notebook
3 Folders
4 Packs of notebook paper-wide ruled
1 pack of index cards
1 pack of Expo dry erase markers
1 pack of sticky notes
3 boxes of Kleenex
1 bottle of hand sanitizer
1 pack of red pencils or pens
2 packs of blue or black ink pens
#2 pencils (no mechanical pencils)

6th Grade List
Pencils
Red, black & blue ink pens
Loose-leaf notebook paper
Pack of computer or printer paper (optional)

We at Alliance and

Associates

Would like to welcome all

Students,

Teachers,

And Staff,


Back to School!

Everyone have an excellent year!


Alliance

and

Associates


440 NW
15thAve.
Jasper, FL
32052
792-1685


Progress Report
Dates for
2010-2011
1st grading period
Thursday, September 23, 2010

2nd grading period
Thursday, December 2, 2010

3rd grading period
Thursday, February 24, 2011

4th grading period
Thursday, May 5, 2011


Report Card
Dates for
2010-2011

1st grading period
Wednesday, November 3, 2010

2nd grading period
Wednesday, January 26, 2011

3rd grading period
Wednesday, March 30, 2011

4th grading period
Friday, June 3, 2011*
Tuesday, June 14, 2011**

*Elementary Schools
** High School



Recognizing Drug

Use in Teenagers

The American Academy of Child & Adolescent
Psychiatry says that the average age for children to
experiment with drugs (marijuana is the most com-
monly used first-time drug) is age 14, and they may
have had their first alcoholic drink by age 12. Would
you recognize the signs of alcohol or drug use in
your child?
Many adolescents see this time in their lives as the
opportunity to experiment. Teenagers also may feel
that they are relatively indestructible. As such, drug
and alcohol use can be a way to fit in with peers, try
something exciting or self-medicate to alleviate
physical or emotional problems. The use of marijua-
na and alcohol during high school has become com-
mon. Teenagers are also increasingly using prescrip-
tion drugs to get high thanks to their accessibility.
Recognizing drug or alcohol use requires knowl-
edge of key physical signs and certain behaviors.
However, some children are astute in masking drug
use. In fact, teen drug use can start months or even
years before a parent recognizes signs. A red flag
should be raised if you notice one or more of these
warning signs.
* repeated health complaints
* extreme fatigue or extreme hyperactivity
* glazed-over or red eyes
* lasting cough
* decreased interest in activities
* weight loss
poor personal hygiene
seclusion and isolation
* marked changes in behavior
* faltering grades
* depression
low self-esteem
* aggression or irritability
* intentionally arguing with family members
* changes in dress
* new friends or hang-out spots
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South Hamilton Elementary School

Mr. Waylon Bush, Principal
waylon.bush@firn.edu www.hamiltonfl.com
16693 Spring Street
Telephone: 386.397.4400
White Springs, Florida 32096
Fax:386.397.4410

Welcome Back Students, Faculty, and Staff

It is time for school to begin and the South Hamilton Elementary School fac-
ulty and staff welcomes all of our students and their parents!
The first day of school is August 23, 2010, and school will once again begin at
7:45 A. M. It is important for parents to know that personnel are not on campus
for student supervision before 7:15 A.M.!
The first opportunity to meet your teacher, or your child's teacher, will be Au-
gust 19, 2010, between 1:00 P. M. and 3:00 P.M. If you are working day shift, and
cannot attend this meeting, or have a conflict with this date, you will be able to
meet the teacher during our Open House on September 9, 2010, from 5:00 P.M.
until 7:00 P. M. We will serve a free dinner meal and you may receive your free
meal ticket at the end of our title I Annual Parent Meeting that evening. The Ti-
tle I Annual Parent Meeting will begin promptly at 5:00 P. M. in the auditorium.
Also, the 2010-2011 faculty and staff will be introduced at the beginning of the
meeting.
We invite you to attend Meet the Teacher and Open House, if possible. Give
us a call if you need information-our phone number is 386.397.4400.

Welcome Back,
South Hamilton Elementary School Faculty and Staff


Who Are Kids Chatting With Online?

Protect Privacy by


Being Informed


Millions of people, including school
children, use a computer, mobile
phone or another digital device to par-
ticipate in social networking sites. This
combination has the potential to be
dangerous. The information being
shared or the "friends" on the other
end of the connection may lead to
trouble for unsuspecting individuals.
According to ComScore data, Face-
book now commands 41 percent of all
traffic on social-destination sites. My-
space, Gmail and Twitter follow. Par-
ents who are unaware of these modes
of communication should educate
themselves to protect their children.
While some of these sites have age re-
quirements, many younger children
are circumventing this requirement by
lying about age - something that is
difficult to
verify online.
Perhaps most
disturbing,
some adults
are masking
their ages to
target chil-
dren.
Many kids
are logging
in every day
to chat. Ac-
cording to a
2006 studies
by Pew Inter-
net Research, 38 percent of respon-
dents ages 12 to 14 said they had an
online profile of some sort, and 42 per-
cent said they logged in each day to
chat with friends. Because this re-
search was compiled four years ago,
it's safe to assume the percentage of
students online is now much higher.
Children may not realize what is
safe with regards to social-networking
sites. Although parents may feel out-
paced by their technologically savvy
children, it is important for them to be


informed and involved in their chil-
dren's online interactions. Here are
some steps parents can take to make
the process fun but safe:
* Discuss privacy. Adolescents may
think that only their friends will view
their private information. While priva-
cy settings on social networking sites
can be established, if a child befriends
someone he or she thinks is safe, that
person will have access to information,
too. Certain information, such as social
security numbers, addresses, birth-
days, account numbers, etc. should
never be made public on a site.
* Talk about sexual predators. No
parent wants to think about an indi-
vidual preying on his or her child. But
the Internet is home to many sexual
predators who use social networking
sites to target victims. Parents should
inform their children not to accept
friend requests from individuals they
really don't know. While this may
seem to counter what the sites were
designed to do, it's better to be safe
than have a long list of friends.
* Remember that information can-
not be taken back. Inform children
that once information is shared on-
line, it has a funny way of always re-
maining somewhere in cyberspace.
It's very difficult to delete informa-
tion once it has been shared; there is a
digital record of it. Also, even if a
child removes himself or herself from
a social networking site, it's safe to as-
sume that his or her information is still
being stored in a database.
* Don't post any information you
wouldn't want everyone to see. Social
networking sites are not private
places. Language, photos and informa-
tion may be seen by a larger audience.
Therefore, if a child wouldn't feel com-
fortable swearing in front of his or her
teacher, that kind of language should-
n't be used online. What's more, some
social networking sites make limited


Welcome Back!

Sheriff Harrell Reid & the

entire HCSO welcomes

students & staff back to

school and wants to

remind everyone to

obey schoolB

zone

traffic i _

laws.





Remember: - -

Be safe

out there!....


profile information avail-
able to advertisers and
target marketers. There
are few secrets online
these days.
* View children's
pages. It's a good idea to
see what children are do-
ing online. There are
parental monitoring soft-
ware programs that can
limit certain Web sites or
track Web surfing. Also,
a parent can simply ask
to view a child's social
networking page to
check on friends and ac-
tivity.


Skip Boring School

Lunches: Easy Meal Ideas

Students Will Love


While peanut butter and jelly sandwiches may be an old standard for
school lunches, children may appreciate something more creative.

A brown paper bag or a plastic lunch box? No two items can elicit such
fear in the hearts of parents across the country. They seem like harmless
items on the surface, but it's coming up with what goes inside that can be
truly scary.
Day after day, creating new lunch ideas that children will actually eat
can be challenging. Parents are often short on time in the evening or the
morning before the bus arrives and may be at a loss as to what foods to
keep stocked in the pantry, which makes planning lunches a taller order
than it may seem.
Rest assured that concocting school lunches doesn't have to be difficult.
Follow these tips for lunchtime success:
* Think outside the bread. Bread can be boring. Skip the sandwiches and
think of other foods that can serve as the wrapping for tasty foods. Tor-
tillas, pitas, pizza crusts, and crackers are other ideas for topping or hold-
ing items together. What's more, rolling up a tortilla or topping your own
pizza is much more fun than biting into that standard PB&J sandwich.
* Explore more mature flavors. Who says kids only want bologna and
cheese? Ask your child what he or she enjoys eating and stock up on those
ingredients. For example, if you enjoy a wrap of grilled chicken with fresh
mozzarella and basil, your child might as well.
* Make it fun. Pack lunch according to a theme. Maybe Monday is all
round-shaped foods. Tuesday may be cowboy themed, with southern flair.
On Wednesday all the foods may be red. Your child will be eating the same
foods he or she always did but just in a more interesting way. Chances are
if it's fun to eat, the kids will be on board.
* Involve the kids. Make a chart that lists foods in specific categories:
fruit, vegetable, meat, dairy, and snack. Enable your child to pick the com-
bination he or she desires each day. Involving children in meal creation
helps make them more in tune with food choices and more likely to eat
what they have chosen.
* Who says lunch has to be "lunch"? Instead of packing the requisite
lunch foods, consider breakfast items instead. Maybe your child will enjoy
a banana wrapped in a pancake or yogurt topped with crunchy granola. A
mini bagel packaged with an individual serving of cream cheese and jelly
could fit the bill, too. As long as your child is eating a healthy, balanced
meal, it doesn't matter what the foods may be.


HAMILTON COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL


Phone:
Fax:


Office of the Principal
(386) 792-6540 5683 US Hwy 129 South
(386) 792-6594 Jasper, Florida 32052


August 2010

Dear Students/ Parents/Guardians:
As we embark upon a new school year, I welcome you to Hamilton County
High School! I hope all of you have experienced a wonderful summer and are
prepared for a great 2010-2011 school year. This is another year for change.
Sixth graders are transitioning from elementary school to middle school, the
eighth graders are transitioning from middle to high school, and we are all tran-
sitioning to a new way of doing things.
We encourage all of our parents/guardians to make appointments to visit
Hamilton County High School for the purpose of checking your student's
progress. Please do not wait on the school to contact you. We will continue to
do our best to keep you informed and will send home progress reports every
four and one-half weeks. Also remember it is very important that you provide
us with your current home address; your home phone number; your business
number; and, your cell phone numbers.
Parents, it is crucial that your student comes to school prepared to learn,
dressed appropriately, and with an expectancy to receive a quality education
every day. If we dress for success; work harder; have the will and zeal to suc-
ceed; then, we will be successful.
School begins for students on August 23, 2010, and our Open House will be
held on Thursday, August 19, 2010, from 5:00 to 7:00 PM. We encourage you to
attend with your student. Also, we need volunteers to register to serve on our
School Advisory Committee (SAC) in order to help the school move in a posi-
tive direction.
Best of luck to all students during the 2010-2011 school year, and a special wel-
come to seventh graders as you begin your first year at HCHS!

Sincerely,
Maceo Howell, Jr.
Principal


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Is a big cat stalking

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Dean P. lii.-
The Valdosta Daily Times
VALDOSTA - The veterinarian believed the marks on Larry
Rodgers' horse were too large for a bob cat. They didn't match marks
made by coyotes.
Larry Rodgers believes his horse Peppy was attacked by a big cat. He
and his family have seen Florida panthers on their property just a cou-
ple of miles south of Clyattville, off Madison Highway.
"My first guess would be a Florida panther," Rodgers says.
The attack on Rodgers' horse comes at a time when several people
have made claims of seeing everything from panthers to tigers and even
a maned lion prowling the woods of South Georgia, primarily Echols
and Lowndes counties.
The state Game Management Division claims no specific reports of
lions or tigers. Still, late last spring, The Times received a few calls and
SEE ON THE PROWL, PAGE 2

RIGHT: Larry Rodgers' horse, Peppy, was attacked by what he and others
describe as a large cat several weeks ago. Speculation varies on what kind
of feline is on the loose. Rodgers believes it's a Florida panther.
(Photo by Paul Leavy / Valdosta Daily Times)


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South Georgia?


animal may have been
kicked in the throat by an-
other horse.
Upon further inspection,
he discovered a pair of
scratches about two and a
half inches apart stretching
into the horse's mane. On
the other side of Peppy's
throat, he discovered a
puncture wound. The
scratches and puncture
wound appeared to be bite
marks.
Rodgers assesses that
the incident likely oc-
curred Monday, July 19, or
Tuesday, July 20.
Worried about rabies,
Rodgers called a
Thomasville veterinarian
to see the horse a few days
later. The veterinarian
treated Peppy's wounds
and the horse is doing
well, Rodgers reports.
Rodgers regularly has
six horses in this particular
pasture. Since the incident,
one adult quarterhorse will
not leave Peppy's side.
Rodgers has noticed a
large scratch on the quar-
terhorse's hindquarters.
Nothing in the pasture ex-
plains how the quarter-
horse could have received
this scratch.
Since the incident,
Rodgers and his family
have become more vigilant
while traveling on their
property.
"We're all kind of
watching out for one an-
other, but I don't think a
big cat would attack a per-
son," Rodgers says. "Still,
we're all pretty cautious."
Florida Panthers have
been regular visitors to
South Georgia through the


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(1) Horse Farm: 55 acres with a 5
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(2) Off CR 49 5 acres in grass with
scattered trees, fenced on 3 sides
with survey. Only $4,900 per acre.
(3) Off US 129 North: 5 acre
wooded on 89th Rd. Will work for
land home package. $37,000.
(4) CR 51 & Pinewood St: 2.29
Acres, city water and sewer, zoned
office. Good location REDUCED
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(5) Off CR 349: 10 acre wooded
tract with a two bedroom CH/AC
log home in excellent condition
cont. approx. 1200 sq. ft. under
roof, 30'x40' pole barn.
REDUCED TO $145,900.
(6) Industrial Park: 1.13 acre
comer tract good exposure.
Reduced to $34,500.
(7) 40 acres with 835 ft. on paved
road in 13 year old planted pines.
Priced to sell at REDUCED TO
$149,900.
(8) CR 143: 9 acres on paved road
with a 3/2 CH/AC home const. in
2002 with a 2 car garage, 30'x50'
bar, 8x8 storage, nice fish pond.
Good buy @ $175,000.
(9) Hamilton Co.: 10 acres on
CR751 and the river approx. 1300
ft. on the water and approx. 1300
ft. on paved road. Priced to sell at
REDUCED TO $64,000.
(10) Madison Co.: 40 acres in 16
year old slash planted pines off
CR 255 good elevation. Good buy
at $175,000.
(11) Dowling Park area: Horse
farm, 30+ ac. with a 3/2 CH/AC
DWMH 58x72 +/-, 8 stall horse ba
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30x40 +/- storage building, all in
grass fence and cross fenced,
water to all pastures. Priced to sell
@ $229,000.
(12) Farms of 10 Mill Hollow: 4
acres in grass/cropland with
scattered trees. $32,500.
(13) Near City: Off US 90 East 5
acres wooded near golf course.
Good buy @ $44,900.
(14) 190th St: 10 acres in planted


pines approx. 15 years old, with a
3/1 CH/AC SWMH, 2 car carport/
shop. Priced to sell @ $49,000.
(15) 169th Rd.: 5 ac. in grass with
a 3/2 CH/AC DWMH cont.
approx. 1,850 sq. ft. under roof in
excellent cond. 2 car detached
arae. Good area. REDUCED
TO $99,000.
(16) 193rd Rd.: 6.59 acres wooded
on paved road. Good area. Good
buy @ $37,500.
(17) Hamilton County: 40 acre
wooded on county road. Good
hunting area that adjoins
SRWMD. REDUCED TO
$129,500.
(18) New 3 bedroom, 2 bath CH/
AC home. City sewer & water,
privacy fence. Good Buy @
$95,000.
(19) Off CR 249: 3 wooded lots,
will work for mobile homes, on
county mad. Good buy @ $12,600
for all three.
(20) Near City on paved road: 6
acres in grass with scattered trees,
36'x36' horse barn with tack/feed
mom & loft (2009), 2" well, fenced
& divided into paddocks with
horse type fence. Priced to sell @
$99,900 Terms.
(21) Off CR 250: 1.45 acres with a
3/2 CH/AC brick home with
fireplace, kitchen furnished, cont.
2700+ sq. ft. of living area, 2 car
detached garage, 12'x16' metal
storage building. Priced to sell @
$139,500.
(22) Suwannee River Charles
Springs area: 1.88 ac. wooded with
137 ft. on the water elevation
survey. Will support regular
inground septic tank. Good buy @
$39,900.
(23) 104th St.: 7 3/4 acres with a 3/
2 CH/AC 2006 Fleetwood DWMH,
kitchen furnished, fireplace 4"
well, 2 septic. Priced to sell @
$99,900.
(24) CR 136 West: 5 acres in grass
with a 3/2 CH/AC DWMH in
excellent condition cont. approx.
2,100 sq. ft. of living area, kitchen
furnished, 30'x42' carport and
storage. Priced to sell @ $93,000.
(25) Near City: 6 acres on paved
mad in grass fenced & cross
fenced with horse type fence.
36'x36' 4 stall horse barmn with
tack/feed room & loft (2009) 4"
well underground utilities. Priced
to sell @ $99,900 terms. 61010o8 F


The bite marks of a big cat appeared on a horse on a farm a few miles north of the Florida border several
weeks ago. Owner Larry Rodgers blames the attack on a Florida panther. (PhotobyPaul Leavy/valdosta Daily Times)


years.
The Florida Panther So-
ciety tracked by radio
monitor the movements of
several panthers in South
Georgia during the mid
1990s. The Society kept
close tabs on these pan-
thers, tracing them to vari-
ous locations, even record-
ing the cats' kills, off-
spring and deaths in many
cases, according to records
available on the Internet.
In 1993, a panther had


been tracked to Echols
County, but it was killed
by a hunter with a bow
and arrow. The hunter was
arrested and led authorities
to the animal's remains.
That same year, another
panther spent two weeks
near Valdosta in Grand
Bay. She traveled north,
was recaptured, and re-re-
leased in Florida. Also, a
male hunted a wide territo-
ry around Valdosta before
being captured and located


Mission


to another area.
The Florida Panther So-
ciety reports are a litany of
tragedies for the panthers,
with their deaths including
prey to hunters, dying in
snares, being hit by vehi-
cles along roadways, even
a cub dying during an at-
tempt to tag it with a radio
monitor.
The society notes that a
Florida panther has never
reportedly attacked a hu-
man. On spotting a human,







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the panther will more than
likely run away.
If someone encounters a
Florida panther, the society
suggests remaining calm.
Do not unnecessarily allow
children or pets near the
panther. If the panther does
not leave, show no fear.
Make loud noises. Do not
turn your back to the pan-
ther; instead, back away
from it. And don't forget
to report the sighting to
area officials.


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e-mails regarding some-
thing large and possibly
feline traipsing through the
woods.
One claimed a full-
grown lion had been spot-
ted by a group of loggers
near Naylor. Another re-
port claimed a group of
Moody airmen saw what
was described as a cross
between a bear, a coyote, a
fox and a deer in Grand
Bay. Rumors of a lion
have circulated again in
Echols recently.
Calls to officials regard-
ing the possibility of a lion
or a big cat on the prowl
were greeted by skepti-
cism. They may forget that
South Georgia actually has
a lion and tiger population.
Wild Adventures has
habitats for lions and
tigers. Since the apparent
attack on Rodgers' horse
two weeks ago, a rumor
has spread that a big cat
has escaped the park.
Wild Adventures report-
ed all of its lions and
tigers present earlier this
week. There has been no
escape of a big cat from
the park, according to
Wild Adventures.
Living about five miles
from Wild Adventures,
Rodgers has heard the ru-
mors regarding the park,
but, based on what he's
seen in the past, he be-
lieves his horse was at-
tacked by a Florida pan-
ther.
On Wednesday, July 21,
Rodgers noticed a lump
behind his horse Peppy's
jaw. He first believed the


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was probably 10 years old, but the
opportunity to work with it didn't
arise until space flight became a
more accessible science venue in the
space shuttle era."
Today, Ferl and Paul study biolog-
ical adaptation to space by develop-
ing plants and the systems to grow
them that could be on Mars within
decades as the forerunners to full-
scale greenhouses used to supply
food, water and oxygen to the first
Mars colonists.
"Wherever humans go, they're go-
ing to have to take their plants with
them," says Ferl. "In the case of
Mars, it's likely the plants will arrive
first as part of sophisticated studies
of terrestrial biology."
Ferl and Paul have long been in-
terested in how plants respond to en-
vironmental stresses. In the early
1990s they began experimenting
with "reporter genes" that allowed
them to see when plants were expe-
riencing certain environmental
stresses.


By splicing a gene from a fluores-
cent jellyfish into the Arabidopsis
mustard plant - a "model" species
often used in plant genetics experi-
ments - they were able to make the
plant's roots glow green when it was
suffering from low oxygen stress.
"At about the same time, there
was some anecdotal information
coming back from space shuttle ex-
periments that plants were acting
like they weren't getting enough
oxygen,"
Paul says. "We were in a unique
position to contribute to this research
because we had plants that had been
engineered to tell us if they were
oxygen stressed. We had always
been interested in how plants reacted
to extreme environments; space was
just another environment for us."
So, over the ensuing two decades,
Ferl and Paul have expanded their
space-based plant research, sending
an experiment up on the space shut-


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Anna-Lisa Paul grew up reading
the science fiction of the late Arthur
C. Clarke, but she never imagined
that someday she'd be sending ex-
periments to the International Space
Station and helping to plan the colo-
nization of Mars.
"By the time I started high school
in 1971, I had read most of the fic-
tion Clarke had written," says Paul,
a UF plant molecular biologist.
"These books contributed profound-
ly to who I became as a person.
They helped me decide that I would
be a scientist when I grew up; no
question about it."
Rob Ferl was equally fascinated
by the Apollo program.
"I grew up in the Apollo era," says
Ferl, a professor of molecular biolo-
gy at UF's Institute of Food and
Agricultural Sciences and director of
the Interdisciplinary Center for
Biotechnology Research. "So my in-
terest in space was with me since I


UF plant researchers are developing a way to grow plants in space


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The Duppies


to perform for at 'Free Fridays'


GAINESVILLE - The Duppies are a
locally based group formed in Gainesville
in 2004. Since that time, this popular ska,
rocksteady and reggae band has received
the attention of audiences beyond the lo-
cal scene by touring in New York and sur-
rounding states. Band members include
Lisa Ricci (tenor sax/melodica), Cory
Klein (bass), Roger Cohen (drums), Matt
Creswell (trumpet), Brian Hiebel (lead
vox/percussion/chat), Tony Farah (guitar),
Micah Shalom (trumpet/trombone/ flugal)
and Shireen Taha (alto sax).
Ska music was born in Jamaica in the
1950s, predating rocksteady and reggae. It
combines the Jamaican folk music styles


mento and calypso with jazz and R&B.
Ska frequently resurfaces in popular cul-
ture infused with different music genres.
One of the most successful recent combi-
nations is ska and punk, which achieved
its greatest popularity in the 1990s. In the
mid-1960s, ska transformed into the more
sophisticated sounding rocksteady, which
emphasized a heavy base line and finally,
by the end of the decade, into the more
familiar reggae form.
The band's name is taken from the Ja-
maican word duppy, which in Jamaican
folklore is described as "an unruly spirit
risen from a consecrated grave; a ghost; a
poltergeist." The Duppies say their music


S


The Duppies. - Courtesy photo


has been known to send audiences into
"frenetic dancing spasms that can only be
described as musical convulsions of the
soul." To sample their music, go to
www.myspace.com/theduppies.
The Let's Go Downtown "Free Fri-
days" Concert Series runs from 8 to 10


p.m. on Friday nights from Friday, May 7
through Friday, October 15. The Bo Did-
dley Community Plaza is located on the
corner of Southeast First Street and East
University Avenue. A complete listing of
the "Free Fridays" entertainment schedule
can be found at http://www.gvlculturalaf-
fairs.org.


Learn to play banjo, fiddle, mandolin, guitar, drums or sing at

Suwannee Spirit Kids Music Camp


Looking for something
to interest your children
besides being glued to a
TV set, cell phone or
video game? The Spirit of
the Suwannee Music Park
has your answer - Suwan-
nee Spirit Kids Music
Camp set for Aug. 13-15.
This wonderful music
camp is run by volunteers
who teach children ages 4-
17 how to play guitars,
mandolins, fiddles, banjos,
drums and to sing! And,
it's free!
So what's the catch? A
parent or guardian must be


on site while the child at-
tends camp. That's all!
And, if your child doesn't
have an instrument, in-
structors likely will have
one available to loan them
during the camp.
Camps are held four
times a year at the
SOSMP and include regis-
tration on Friday night,
three sessions on Saturday,
including a cookout Satur-
day evening. Sunday stu-
dents come together to
play a concert - yes, they
actually play even if the
camp experience is the


first time the student has
ever picked up an instru-
ment! Parents and friends
are always totally amazed
when they hear their loved
ones playing after just
three short days of camp.
The Spirit of the Suwan-
nee Music Park provides
beautiful facilities and sur-
roundings that cannot be
matched anywhere. Be-
cause the founder of the
SOSMP, Jean Cornett, be-
lieves strongly that chil-
dren must be taught to
love the music and instru-
ments of our forefathers,


she developed this camp
so there are always new
music lovers learning how
to play these instruments.
The mission of Suwan-
nee Music Kids Music


Camp is to provide posi-
tive, life-enhancing expe-
riences for all participants
in the programs and for
members of the surround-
ing community, including


those less fortunate. The
camp volunteers strive to
offer a stimulating, fun-
filled environment which
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"Miles of Styles" Hair
and Fashion Show
Many barbers and hair stylists from the local and
surrounding areas will be showcasing the hottest hair
trends and the latest fashions for all ages.
The event was scheduled for Saturday, August 7, 2010 at
7 p.m. at the Historic Douglas Center gym. THE EVENT
HAS BEEN POSTPONED.
For more information contact: Calvin Sneed at 386-590-
6881.

Ranchettes Vol. Fire
Department pancake
fundraiser
O'Brien Station
When: Saturday, August 14, from 7 a.m. - 10 a.m.
Where: O'Brien Station 42 at 10121 N. CR 349,
O'Brien, Fla.
2 pancakes, 2 sausage, orange juice or tea or hot cocoa,
$3 per plate.
Funds will be used to purchase equipment and
maintenance.

Suwannee High Class of 1990
The Suwannee High Class of 1990 20th reunion will be
held on October 22, 2010 and Oct. 23, 2010. The cost will
be $35/graduate and $10/spouse or additional guests. If
you were a member of the graduating class and are
planning to attend or would like more information, please
email your name, address, phone number to Melissa
(Kennedy) McKire at mckire4@windstream.net or Amy
Tucker Bauldree at(352)231-2683/(386)776-1904.
You can also visit our class website at shsl990.webs.com.
We will be having a class meeting on Saturday, August
21, 2010 at 10:00 a.m. at
Florida Wholesale Homes on 90. We look forward to
seeing you there or hearing from you.

Ebenezer celebrates Family
and Friends Day
Ebenezer AME church will be celebrating its "Annual
Family & Friends Day" on August 22, 2010 at 4 p.m.
Bishop Ronald B. Lumpkin, pastor of Love Ministry is
the speaker. Bishop Lumpkin is an extremely informative
Christian teacher and preacher; so we invite the public to
come and hear him expound upon the Word of God.
Rev. Charles Graham, pastor.

Homecoming at Bethel Creek
Baptist Church
Bethel Creek Baptist Church will celebrate its 61st
Homecoming on Sunday, August 8, 2010. Starting at
10:30 a.m., there will be special music for all to enjoy.
The regular Worship Hour will begin at 11:00 a.m.; our
new pastor, Rev. Gary Heath will bring the Homecoming
message. Following this service, a covered dish luncheon

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A lady from the Dowling Park area contacted a
representative of Suwannee Valley Electric Coop
(SVEC) to report a telephone call from someone
claiming to be from SVEC. The caller stated that the
lady's electric service was subject to disconnect and
asked for a bank account number or credit card
number and her social security number to prevent the
service from being disconnected. DO NOT
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to represent SVEC or any other utility you use, please
remember that we do not call and ask you for your
personal information to prevent a disconnect of your
electric service.


will be held in the Fellowship Hall. Plan to come worship
and visit with family and friends. We look forward to
seeing you.

Jeff Slaughter in concert
at First Baptist Church
of Live Oak
Jeff Slaughter in concert Sun, Aug 15, at 6:30 pm. First
Baptist Church of Live Oak, 401 W. Howard St. No
ticket charge - Love offering will be taken.

Gospel Sing to be held at the Branford United Methodist
Church on August 8, Sunday morning at 10:45. The
Gospel Sing will feature "The Cavaliers" from Perry,
Florida and another guest singer, Dennis Pinder also from
Perry The church is located on N. W. Hendry Avenue,
Branford. A love offering will be taken up during the
Gospel Sing if you would like to give. A covered dish
dinner will be served in the fellowship hall after the Sing.
Everyone is invited.

Looking for classmates
of Class of 1959
Would like to contact any classmates from the Class of
1959 (in the event of upcoming reunions, etc.) Contact
Joyce Parker at 407-886-0601 or write to: Joyce Parker,
4039 Visa Lane, Apopka, FI 32703.

Community Clothes Give-Away
Hello. My name is David Collins. I am from Boy Scout
troop 408, and I am working on my Eagle project. If you
are in need of new ch ilni-. you can come to the John
Hale Park building across from the fire department on
August 10, between 9:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m for a clothing
give-away for the whole community.
Also, since the new school year is quickly approaching,
this will be a good way to get your kids good clothes for
school. I have plenty of donations to give away, so don't
hesitate about coming. It would be highly appreciated if
you would stop by. Thank you so much for your support.

Springfield Missionary Baptist
Church
Annual Dual Day, August 15, 2010, 11 a.m. Speaker:
Mrs. Lila Udell, Rev. Leo Fleming, Pastor Springfield
Missionary Baptist Church. Everyone is welcome to share
and enjoy Jesus with us.

Haven Hospice hosts Helping
Hands Volunteer Orientation
When: Every Tuesday morning at 10 a.m.
Where: Haven Hospice Suwannee Valley Care Center,
6037 W. U.S. Hwy 90, Lake City, Fl,
Carolyn Long at 386-752-9191 for more information.

New Volunteer Orientation
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p.m. or 6 p.m. - 8 p.m., Live Oak Guardian ad Litem
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- 12 p.m. or 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. Lake City Guardian ad Litem
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VBS at Live Oak Church
of the Nazarene
Come to Live Oak Church of the Nazarene (915 S Church
Ave.) and join the fun in our deep sea adventure; where
we all will explore the depts. of God's love. There will be
lots Bible stories, crafts, snacks and of course... water
games! VBS will be every Sunday night at 5-7 PM till
Aug. 15. LOCN it's a great place to fit in! call 362-6380.

New Commander Post #107
New Commander Post #107 American Legion is Richard
Lees Sr.

TOPS weigh-loss support
available locally
(It's now your time)
TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) is an effective weight-
loss solution that yields real results. With the average
waistline of North Americans growing at the same time
prices continue to rise, people are looking for cost effect
weight-loss support that works. That annual TOPS
membership fee is only $26 making TOPS one of the
most affordable options available. Monthly dues are $5.
Visitors are welcome to attend their first TOPS meeting
free of charge. TOPS FL 798 meets at Live Oak
Community Church of God 10639 US 129 South every
Wednesday morning with weigh in beginning at 7:45
a.m., meeting begins at 9 a.m. through 10 a.m. For more
information call Barbara at (386) 362-5933. It's never too
late to start losing those unwanted pounds.

Anna Miller Circle Seventh
Annual Fishing Tournament
The Anna Miller Circle of Live Oak Elks Lodge 1165
will sponsor its Seventh Annual Fishing Tournament in
Steinhatchee, Saturday, September 18, at River Haven
Marina. Entry Fee is $30 per person. Weigh-in from 1-4
p.m. Prizes total $1,500, plus free drawings and give-a-
ways. New children's category added: $10 entry fee (10 &
under) with a special prize. Boat rental and lodging
available at local marinas. Info/entry forms: Terri Johnson
386-776-2508, or River Haven Marina & Motel, 352-498-
0709.
Thank you for your assistance in promoting this
tournament so the Anna Miller Circle can continue to
supports the special need children and the elderly in our
local nursing homes.

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fosters personal growth in
music and friendships
through challenging edu-
cational activities and a
simple place for enrich-
ment, retreat and renewal
in peaceful, natural sur-
roundings. Each partici-
pant should come away
from this wonderful expe-
rience with tangible evi-
dence of having succeeded
in one or more activities,
as well as intangible feel-


ings of independence,
self-worth and self-confi-
dence.
During this weekend,
parents or guardians may
want to rent a golf cart
and check out the nearly
1,000 acres of the
SOSMP, visit The Store of
the Village, Crafts Village,
canoe on the Suwannee
River, enjoy line dancing
and an evening of music
with Ted McMullen in the
Music Hall Friday night or
dance to the rhythms of


the Rusty Groove Band
Saturday night in the Mu-
sic Hall.There's so much
more to do at the beautiful
SOSMP located on the
banks of the famous
Suwannee River!
Give us a call now at
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non-denominational
Chaplain/Recreation Director
(Youth Minister) position. This
position is responsible for
planning, developing,
conducting, and coordinating
the Boys Ranch Religious and
Recreational Program for
youth between the ages of 8
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achieve circulation growth at
The Valdosta Daily Times. This
candidate will direct the
preparation and execution of
circulation marketing plans,
promotional plans and
operating patterns and
budgets. They will establish
and implement policies,
programs and procedures
resulting in improved
productivity, cost-effective
departmental operations, and
maintenance of marketing
data base (Newzware). They
will be responsible of
developing and coordinating
new sales programs to
increase and retain home
delivery circulation, single
copy sales and NIE programs.
The Valdosta Daily Times is
the hub of the South Georgia
Media Group and circulation
provides administrative back
up and logistical support to six
other newspaper operations.
Circulation and distribution
support the South Georgia
Printing Press Facility
(commercial and in house)
and extensive knowledge of
Post office commercial
mailing, bulk, saturation and
per piece regulations is
required.
The Circulation Sales
Manager is an essential
member of the senior
management team including a
productive culture based on
teamwork between all
departments. This person will
need to be a proven leader
with exceptional leadership,
organizational and
management skills.
Qualified candidates will have
management experience in
circulation, organizational and
interpersonal skills with an
emphasis on customer service
and an ability to manage
multiple ongoing projects.
Interested individuals should
send a resume and salary
requirements to:
Regional Director of
Circulation
Mid South Division
c/o The Valdosta Daily Times
P.O Box 968
Valdosta, GA 31603
or e-mail to:
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MACHINE OPERATOR II

PUBLIC WORKS
DEPARTMENT
The Suwannee County Public
Works Department is currently
recruiting for a Machine
Operator II position.
This is skilled work in the
operation of large road
graders and/or other heavy
equipment. An employee in a
position allocated to this class
performs a variety of functions
in the support of the Public
Works Department operations
such as the following:
operates rock crusher,
prepares reports, assures
equipment is serviced and
maintained; performs minor
repairs/adjustments and
maintenance on equipment,
prepares records and reports
on work accomplished; and
performs other related duties
as assigned.
Qualifications include partial
high school education plus
two years experience in the
operation of equipment related
to the position; or, an
equivalent combination of
training and experience. Must
possess a valid Florida Drivers
License. Minimum rate of pay
is $9.02 per hour and full time
benefits are included.
Applications are available at
the Suwannee County
Administrative Services
Department, 224 Pine
Avenue, Live Oak, Florida
32064, (386) 362-6869. The
deadline for submission of
applications is Friday, August
13, 2010. The Suwannee
County Board of County
Commissioners is an equal
employment opportunity
employer that does not
discriminate against any
qualified employee or
applicant because of race,
color, national origin, sex,
including pregnancy, age,
disability, or marital status.
Spanish speaking individuals
are encouraged to apply. All
applicants subject to a pre-
employment physical.
Successful completion of a
drug test is a condition of
employment. EE/AA/V/D

FirstDay
TEMPORARY
LIBRARY AIDE II
LIVE OAK LIBRARY,
LIVE OAK, FL
Suwannee County is seeking
applicants for the position of
Temporary Library Aide II at
the Live Oak Library, Live Oak,
FL. This temporary full-time
position in a regional library
system requires strong
interpersonal, organizational,
and communicative skills.
Proven experience with
computer software and
knowledge of the Internet is
required. Duties include
circulation clerical functions, a
variety of technical library
assignments, and service to
the public. Position requires
graduation from a standard
high school supplemented by
some training beyond high
school in library science or
related fields, or any
equivalent combination of
training and experience.
Salary range is $7.25 to
$13.67 per hour based on
qualifications and experience.
Retirement, insurance, paid
holidays, annual and sick
leave benefits are included.
Applicants are encouraged to
submit resumes, letters of
reference, or other
biographical information with
their applications.
Applications are available at
the Suwannee County
Administrative Services
Department, 224 Pine Ave.,
Live Oak, FL 32064 386/362-
6869. This position is open
until filled.
The Suwannee County Board
of County Commissioners is
an equal employment
opportunity employer that
does not discriminate against
any qualified employee or
applicant because of race,
color, national origin, sex,
including pregnancy, age,
disability, or marital status.
Spanish speaking individuals
are encouraged to apply.
"Successful completion of a
drug test is a condition of
employment."
EEO/AA/V/D.


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Lost & Found
FOUND BASSET/BLACK LAB
PUPPIES: 5-6 mo old 2Females.
Found near 349 & 252. Please
call 386-776-1986
FOUND HOUND/BULL MIX:
Young Male, White/Brown Spots,
Very Friendly Found at CR 249
& CR132. 386-842-2006
FOUND TERRIER MIX: White
w/Brown Ears, Brown Spot on
back & side. Very Friendly, Older
Male. Found off Market Rd/216th
St near CR 137. 386-330-6705.
LOST LONG HAIR
DACHSHUND: Lost at Little
River 8/3. Male, Brownish White,
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Complete desk top computer
system that includes the
following; Compaq Presario
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MVS40 Monitor, Compaq
upgraded key board with USB
connection and Compaq mouse.
Also included is a Mustek 1200
scanner. The original recovery
and instruction CDs are
included. The desktop P/C is in
like new condition and works
great. The computer has a cd-
rom, floppy disc and internal
modem. The tower is a windows
XP operating system. $150.00
for everything. Please call David
@ 386-362-4713
Misc. Merchandise
ENTERTAINMENT
CENTERS,
NEW KITCHEN & BATH
CABINETS, BOOKCASES,
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CLOSET UNITS, & MORE!!
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MERCURISER ENGINE
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Campers/RV/Sales
COACHMAN 2006 MIRADA 33
FT. 2 Slides, 8,000 miles
$65,000 Sleeps 6, Full Kitchen,
Bath w/Shower. 386-362-3703
PACE ARROW 32'
MOTORHOME 1994, 87,200
miles. A Must See - With or
Without a Saturn 1996 tow car.
All for $18k. Great for a beginner
or retiree. 386-658-3118


Garage/Yard Sales

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Saturday, Oct. 2nd
7 am - 12 pm

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(Fairgrounds, Hwy. 84 E.)
Earn some holiday cash!
Clean out your closets!
Empty your cabinets!
Reclaim your garage!
Join us for a great day
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BOOTH SPACES
AVAILABLE!
Inside spaces - $35 ea.
Outside spaces - $25 ea.
Spaces are limited,
so act quickly!
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Adoption

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seeks to adopt. Will be Full-time
Mom (age 36) and Devoted Dad.
Financial security. EXPENSES PAID.
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0150789

Adopt- P Li.nun ' Considering
adoption? A wonderful life filled with
love, financial security, education and
close extended family awaits your
newborn. Expenses paid. Melissa 1-
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Financial

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For Sale

LEATHER LIVING ROOM SET.In
original plastic, never used. Orig
price $3000, Sacrifice $975. Can
deliver. Call Bill (305)420-5982

CHERRY BEDROOM SET. Solid
Wood, never used, brand new in
factory boxes. English Dovetail.
Original cost $4500. Sell for $895.
Can deliver. Call Tom (954)302-2423


Apartments for Rent



PUBLISHER'S
NOTICE
All real estate advertising in thi,
newspaper is subject to the Fai
Housing Act which makes it illegal
to advertise "any preference, limi
station or discrimination based or
race, color, religion, sex, disabili
ty, familial status or national ori
gin, or an intention, to make an'
such preference, limitation an(
discrimination." Familial status in
cludes children under the age o
18 living with parents or legal cus
todians, pregnant women ani
people securing custody of chil
dren under 18.
This newspaper will not know
ingly accept any advertising fo
real estate which is in violation o
the law. Our readers are here,
informed that all dwellings adver
tised in this newspaper are availa
ble on an equal opportunity basis
To complain of discrimination cal
HUD toll-free 1-800-669-9777
The toll-free number for the hear
ing impaired is 1-800-927-9275.


Houses for Rent
BRICK HOME/ 4 ACRES/
CLOSE TO TOWN. Long term
Renter Wanted, NO Pets, Lawn
Care Included. "F/L/S" 386-590-
3075 or 386-362-3673
HOUSE 2Bd/1.5 Ba 1500 sq ft.
1 Bedroom is Loft. Dock avail, on
Suwannee River 10 Acres.
Lease, $1500 mo, 1st & Last.
Avail 8/15. 803-206-7735
HOUSE 2Bd/1Ba 1 mile from
Live Oak Very Clean, W/D,
Garage, $650 mo 1st last $300
Dep. NO PETS. 386-362-3002
318-840-4802
Mobile Homes for Rent
2br/2ba swmh $550.00mo.
central heat/air on 1.1 wooded
acres 6 miles east of live oak
near Houston area.. First, last
and $300 security dep. 386-935-
4014
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DWMH 3Bd/2Ba In McAplin
area $200 Sec. Deposit.
$500mo. Call 386-244-0128
DWMH 4Bd/2Ba $650 mo, 1st
last, $400 Sec. US 90 W of Live
Oak. Ask for LaVon 386-688-
0779


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Help Wanted

Drivers- Flatbed CDL/A $2,000 Sign
On bonus.NEW TRUCKS
ARRIVING! 6 months Experience
Required. Lease Purchase Available
No Felonies. Hornady Transportation
800-441-4271 x FL-100

Driver- Up to $.03 Performance Pay
in 1st year!Weekly Hometime.
Average 2,400 miles/week! Local
orientation. Daily or weekly pay.
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Miscellaneous

Heat & Air JOBS - Stimulus program
puts HVAC jobs in high demand!Get
trained and certified. 3 week
accelerated program. Local Job
Placement Assistance! (877)994-9904

AIRLINES ARE HIRING - Train for
high paying Aviation Maintenance
Career. FAA approved program.
Financial aid if qualified - Housing
available. CALL Aviation Institute of
Maintenance (866)314-3769.

Out of Area Real Estate

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Starting at just $9,900 Call (866)920-
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BANK FORCED BID/OFFER
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NC MOUNTAINS - BEST LAND
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CROSSVILLE, Golf Capital of
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Property Taxes and Insurance, No
state income tax, full variety of
properties at great prices, Save
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VIRGINA MTN CABIN-Galax area.
Brand new! PRICE REDUCED!
Great views, private, fishing in
stocked trout stream! 2 acres,
$149,500, call owner, (866)275-0442

Crawford Co., GA 85 AC - $1,125/
ACUlcohatchee Creek, planted pine,
paved road, power. Other tracts
available. stregispaper.com (478)987-
9700 St. Regis Paper Co.

Unbelievable Coastal Bargain! Only
$34,900 with FREE Boat
Slip.Adjoining lot sold for $99,900!
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Mobile Homes for Rent
FirstDay
SWMH 14X70 2Bd/2Ba, Large
Porch, Barn & Outside Storage
Building. Dowling Park area, on
4-Lots, Pets OK. $500 mo 1st,
Last, Security Call Zip 386-658-
1189
Homes for Sale
BRICK 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH
5 acres with separate 1
bedroom, 1 bath apartment.
Pond, workshop, 1/2 mile
West of Live Oak hospital.
$170,000.
970-739-1316
Mobile Homes for Sale
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DOUBLE WIDE FOR SALE
CHEAP Call Steve 386-365-
8549
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I HAVE A BEAUTIFUL 32X80
2001 HOME ON 1 ACRE: Fully
fenced nice neighborhood, close
to town & school. Would love to
show it to you! 386-365-4774
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LAND HOME PACKAGES:
Columbia & Suwannee County.
possible owner Finance. Some
available with Sweat Equity
Loans.
386-344-5024 or
lugermom@yahoo.com
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NEW HOME 32X36 CASH
PRICE $29,900. Called Little
Giant, a must see at this price
call Mike at 386-623-4218
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OWN YOUR LAND? Use it as
down payment on a new home.
Call Nathan Welsh 386-623-
7495 or email me t
nathan.a.welsh@gmail.com


Autos for Sale
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LINCOLN 1995 MARK VIII.
Looks nice runs excellent. It will
need some transmission work.
$1200 Book value $2500 &
Up.Ice Cold A/C 386-776-1474
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2007 model, 4X4, automatic.
Low miles. Black/gray. Priced at
$5,750. Details and pictures,
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Now that spring has arrived, people may be thinking of
donating their old cars as part of a clean up. The Boys
and Girls Clubs would be happy to take their old cars.
People donating to the Clubs will not only get rid of the
unwanted car but will be contributing to the clubs. Boys
and Girls Clubs really work with kids in most
communities and offer a safe place for them. If you wish
to donate a car, call 800-246-0493. Not only will donators
be helping the kids, the will be able to take sale price as a
contribution for income tax purposes.
Talent Search
Do you sing or play and instrument? Do you act or
dance? Do you like to read or spend time with a friend in
wonderful conversation? WE WANT YOU! Suwannee
Health Care & Rehab Center is looking for your talent for
our residents. Dinner for two - $45; One night at the
Beach - $125; One hour volunteering to make memories
that last forever - PRICELESS! Call: Lynn Brannon,
Activities Director 386-362-7860 or 386-590-2961.
Head Start/Early Head Start
early enrollment
Suwannee Valley 4Cs Head Start/Early Head Start is
accepting applications for children from birth to age 5.
Head Start/Early Head Start is a FREE comprehensive
early childhood education program that includes health,
dental, nutrition and VPK services to eligible
children/families. Centers are located in Suwannee,
Hamilton, Lafayette and Columbia counties. Parents
bring proof of income and childIs age to register.
For more information call 386-754-2222.

Customers needed!
Dairy Queen of Live Oak will host Dairy Queen Benefit
Night the second Tuesday of every month from 6-8 p.m.
to help buy books for Suwannee Middle School.


Donations needed!
Suwannee County Environmental Watchdogs, a non-
profit organization, seeks donations for yard sale
merchandise. Info: Sandy, 386-364-8020.

CJBAT tests
Monday - Thursday
Monday - Thursday at 5 p.m. (by appointment): CJBAT
(Criminal Justice Basic Abilities Test) at NFCC Testing
Center (Bldg. #16), Madison. CJBAT is required for
acceptance into Corrections & Law Enforcement
programs. Photo ID required. Pre-registration &
scheduling time and date are required. To register please
call 850-973-9451.

College Placement Tests
Monday - Thursday
Monday Thursday at 5 p.m. (by appointment): College
Placement Test (CPT), NFCC Testing Center (Bldg. #16),
5 p.m., Madison. Register in NFCC Student Services 24
hours before test. For information please call 850-973-
9451.

TABE tests
Monday - Thursday
Monday - Thursday at 5 p.m. (by appointment): TABE
(Test of Adult Basic Education) at NFCC Testing Center
(Bldg. #16), Madison. TABE is required for acceptance
into vocational/technical programs. Photo ID required.
Pre-registration & scheduling time & date are required.
To register please call 850-973-9451.
Greater Visions Support Group
Addiction Support Group: Greater Visions faith-based
addictions support group meets at the Grace Manor
Restaurant. Meetings are held on Thursday mornings at


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9:30 a.m. This group provides spiritual and emotional
support in a non-judgmental setting. Come experience the
freedom from addictions that is found in Christ. Greater
Visions is an outreach of Christ Central-Live Oak. For
more information contact 208-1345.

Suwannee County Republican
Executive Committee to meet
The Suwannee County Republican Executive Committee
meets in the council chambers of Live Oak City Hall at 7
p.m. on the first Thursday of the month. If the first
Thursday is the first day of the month, the meeting will
be held on the following Thursday. Each meeting has a
guest speaker or current issues will be discussed. All are
welcome to attend. For more information call Chairman
Carl Meece at 386-776-1444.

Legislative candidate to speak
at Republican meeting
The Suwannee County Republican Executive Committee
meets at Live Oak City Hall, in the Council Chambers, at
7 p.m. on the first Thursday of the month. If the first
Thursday is the first day of the month, then the meeting
will be on the following Thursday. Each meeting has a
guest speaker or there will be current issues brought up
for discussion. All are welcome to attend.
For more information, call Chairman Carl Meece, 386-
776-1444.

Branford TOPS meeting
changes locations
We now meet every Tuesday at L & M Scrapbooking
located at 105 SW Suwannee Ave. in Branford. Weigh-in
begins at 4:30 p.m. Meeting starts at 5. For more
information please contact Donna Hardin at 386-590-
2333. "Take Off Pounds Sensibly."

SREC seeking location
in Branford
Suwannee River Economic Council, Inc., a non-profit
organization is seeking a location in the Branford area
that could be used to serve meals to persons 60 years of
age or older.
Any business, organization or church that has space
available and would be interested in assisting in this
much needed service to the elderly population of
Branford, should contact Bruce Evans, Senior Center
Director, at 362-1164 or Janis Owen, Director of Client
Services, at 362-4115, ext. 240.

Love a mystery?
Try locating your ancestors by working on your family
tree. The Suwannee Valley Gccih .il, Society invites
you to join and learn how to find your ancestors.
Membership is $30 for a single member or $35 for a
family. Corporate membership is also available for
donations of $100 or more (tax deductible). Meetings are
held on the first Thursday of each month at 7:00 PM at
the Gcci.h ii:, Center at 215 Wilbur Street SW in Live
Oak. The library is open on Tuesday and Thursday from
9 a.m. until 5 p.m. and the talented folks there will be


glad to help. For more information call Jinnie or Alice at
386-330-0110.

Take Off Pounds Sensibly
(TOPS)
TOPS, Take Off Pounds Sensibly, is a non-profit weight
loss support group. We meet every Thursday morning at
First Advent Christian Church at 699 Pinewood Drive in
Live Oak, located next to the Vo-Tech. We all know how
difficult is to lose weight. As a group we support each
other through thick and thin. We welcome men as well as
ladies.
Weigh-in is from 8 - 8:50 with the meeting from 9 - 10
a.m. You are welcome to visit us and see if this is what
you are looking for.
For more information, please call Pat (386) 935-3720 or
Sherry (386) 776-2735.

Rocky Sink Baptist
Rocky Sink Baptist would like to invite all to come meet
their pastor Robert Carter.
8422 169th RD. Live Oak, FL.

Live Oak Partnership meeting
schedule changes
The Live Oak Partnership Revitalization Board will meet
on the first and third Tuesdays of each month at 3:30 p.m.
The meetings will be held at the Live Oak City Hall
complex. Unless otherwise noted, these meetings will be
held in the City Hall Annex building, east of the main
City Hall office.

MOAA meets fourth
Thursday
MOAA (Military Officers Association of America,
Suwannee River Valley Chapter) meets fourth Thursday,
6:30 p.m., Elks Club, Lake City for dinner and program.
Info: Steve Casto 386-497-2986.

Free English-speaking and
literacy classes
Provided by Columbia County School Districtis Career
and Adult Education Program
Where: Wellborn, Florida, Unity of God Ministries, Inc.,
12270 County Road 137
When: Every Thursday, 5:30 p.m.-8 p.m.
Activities for children will be provided.
Please contact 386-755-8190 for additional information.

Suwannee High Class of 1980
The Suwannee High Class of 1980 is planning their 30
year class reunion. If you were a member, had a child,
sibling or relative as part of the graduating class, please
email your name (maiden and married), address, phone
number and email address to shsclassl980@yahoo.com.
Or call 386-362-6309 to leave a message. We look
forward to hearing from you and seeing you at the
reunion.

Class of 1971 reunion planned
The class of 1971 is preparing for our 40th class reunion.
We are searching for addresses and emails of all
classmates. If you are a parent, grandparent, or sibling of


a former classmate and can help us with this task you are
asked to please contact suwanneeclassreunion@
ymail.com or call 386-362-3895 and leave a message.
Anyone who would like to help on the planning
committee is more than welcome. We look forward to
hearing from all our classmates.

Senior Citizen Club
Madison Travel & Tours
Oct. 14-26
Las Vegas and the Grand Canyon - 13 days, 12 nights
Oct. 14-26, 2010. Total Cost $1220. Final payment due
by 8/8/2010. For more information contact Charlene and
Walter Howell (386) 842-2241.

Senior Citizen Club
Madison Travel & Tours
Dec. 6-10
Smoky Mountains "Show Trip" 5 days, 4 nights Dec. 6-
10, 2010. Total Cost $490. Final payment due by 9/30/10.
For more information contact Charlene and Walter
Howell (386) 842-2241.

Gospel Sing at River Run
Campground
There will be a Gospel sing at River Run Campground,
located between Branford and Ft. White, the last Friday
of each month, starting at 6 p.m. April through October.
It will be held in an open air pavilion. We ask that you
bring your own lawn chair. There is a concession stand
that will be selling food.
If you play or sing, you are welcome to join in.
For more information call 386-935-6553.

Attention: SHS 1957
Graduates!
SHS 11957 graduates are planning a 53rd class reunion
on September 10 (Friday) and September 11 (Saturday)
2010.
Plans:
Friday - cookout at Bobby and Alice Harrell's River Place
- gather at 4 p.m., eat at 6 p.m. Saturday - Dutch treat
Breakfast at 8:30 a.m.
Dixie Grill (any SHS friends may attend breakfast)
Bus tour - after lunch for those registered.
Dinner - at Advent Christian Village, dining area - gather
4 p.m., eat 6 p.m. For more information call Lamar
Jenkins office: 386-362-1385.

Senior Citizens Meeting
There will be a Senior Citizens meeting on the first
Monday of the month. The September meeting will be
held on Sept. 13, at 10:30 (due to Labor Day holiday) at
the Coliseum. Call 362-1187 for information.

Annual Church Revival 2010
Revival, revival, revival! New Grove Baptist Church,
annual revival, August 9 - 13, 2010, 7:30 nightly. Rev.
Desi Nixon Revival messenger for the week, pastor of
Oak Grove Baptist Church, Bellville, Fla. Pastor
Tommie Jefferson, and the New National Grove church
family welcome each and everyone of you to come and
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will feature Dixie Echoes, many others
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Tickets may be purchased in advance at SuwanneeRiverJubilee.com or at
Jubilee Productions, 481 Ronda Street, Pensacola, Fla 32534 or call 850-
477-6391. Group specials available. Gates open to the Amphitheater night-1
ly at 5:30 p.m., concert begins at 7:30 p.m. Bring your lawn chairs.
Contact the Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park at 386-364-1683, going
to the SOSMP's website at www.musicliveshere.com or mailing the TOP: The Melody Boys. ABOVE: The Dove Brothers. BELOW: The Florida Boys.
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tle and preparing for a long-term experi-
ment on the International Space Station
next year.
"The space station allows us to see
what happens to these plants over the
longer term," Paul says. "Most organisms
can survive difficult trials for a short pe-
riod of time, but what we learn in a day
is not the same as in a month. You can't
just multiply by 30."
Along the way, Ferl and Paul have be-
come as much engineers as plant scien-
tists, learning to design and build the so-
phisticated "capsules" in which their tiny
botanical astronauts travel.
I Tiiia reporter genes is everyday stuff
in the lab," says Ferl. "The real challenge
of deploying this t clhin ,l -.1, is to take all
of this equipment and shrink it down into
a unit that is capable of being lofted into
space, where we might not be there to
look after it."
The researchers have reduced their lab-
oratory to a box about six inches square
by a foot long. Inside, light emitting
diodes bathe the plants in only the wave-
lengths they need to thrive.
"We don't waste energy by delivering
frequencies of light that plants don't
need," Ferl says.
A fluorescent imager reads the mes-
sages the plants' glowing roots are send-
ing, converts them into bytes and beams
them back to Earth.


Much of what the researchers have
gleaned about the design of the experi-
ments is based on their interactions with,
and understanding of, how astronauts
work.
"The biggest limitation on the shuttle
or the space station is crew time," Paul
says. "The less you require the crew to
do, the more useful science you can get
accomplished."
"The cost of launching a space shuttle
experiment is not nearly as much as the
cost of astronaut time," says Ferl, adding
that they try to design their space experi-
ments in a very astronaut- friendly way.
To try to understand some of the astro-
nauts' constraints, Ferl and Paul regularly
take their experimental packages on
NASA's parabolic flight plane - affec-
tionately known as the "Vomit Comet" -
which simulates weightlessness through a
series of steep climbs and dives.
On board, the researchers and astro-
nauts learn things about their equipment
they wouldn't know otherwise: does the
door stay shut, do the plant boxes fall
out, can they easily slide the whole con-
traption into its bay on the space station?
Back on Earth, the researchers are us-
ing data from the hugely successful Mars
Exploration Rovers - Spirit and Oppor-
tunity - to see how Arabidopsis will
grow in Mars-like soil.
One graduate student is trying to grow
plants in soil created to mimic the chemi-
cal composition of the soil the rovers


Ted "Teddy Mac" Mc-
Mullen will be on stage
Aug. 12-13 with karaoke,
line dancing and his own
special brand of music at
the Spirit of the Suwannee
Music Park in Live Oak.
The Rusty Groove Band
will hold down the musi-
cal fort Saturday night,
Aug. 14, in the Music Hall
where you can dance the
night away, have dinner or
just relax and enjoy! And
while you're relaxing, the
kids can attend Suwannee
Spirit Kids Music Camp!
Teddy Mac kicks off the
weekend Thursday, Aug.
12, with his regular


karaoke night in the Mu-
sic Hall. Friday night,
Aug. 13, Teddy Mac will
teach line dancing and
then crank up the music
for his guests to enjoy the
entire evening listening or
dancing. Saturday night,
Aug. 14, Rusty Grove
Band takes over with its
country and easy listening
music.
Give us a call now at
386-364-1683, go to our
website at www.musi-
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at
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sic Camp or to make
reservations for the week-
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have encountered during their multi-year
journeys across the Martian surface.
According to researchers at NASA's Jet
Propulsion Laboratory, the Mars Rovers
have found the Martian soil to be mostly
silicon and iron, with significant levels of
chlorine and sulfur.
Paul says that knowing what the Mart-
ian soil is like allows researchers to de-
velop plants that will do better under
those unique conditions.
"The idea is to overcome a lot of the
limitations of growing in an extreme en-
vironment by engineering both the habitat
and the plant," she says.
Crater test
Ultimately, to be useful, extraterrestrial
greenhouses are going to have to be more
than foot-square boxes. So to test both the
science and logistics of growing plants on
the moon or Mars, each summer Ferl and
Paul travel to one of the most desolate
spots on Earth - Devon Island in the
Canadian High Arctic.
"There exist a number of places on the
surface of the Earth that are in one way or
another similar to the environment on an
extraterrestrial body," Ferl says. "Devon
Island is one of those places."
In addition to being an extremely dry
polar desert similar to the environment on
Mars, Devon Island is the site of
Haughton Crater, an impact crater 20
kilometers in diameter that was formed
23 million years ago when a large mete-
orite struck the island.
Since 1997, the area around the crater
has been home to the Haughton-Mars
Project, an international research site
where scientists from all over the world
come to "practice" for missions to Mars.
The project is managed and operated
jointly by the Mars Institute and the SETI
Institute with support from the Canadian
Space Agency and NASA.
Fittingly, for Ferl and Paul, their labo-
ratory at the Haughton-Mars Project is the
Arthur Clarke Mars Greenhouse, a 288-
square-foot commercial structure special-
ly modified to endure the harsh Arctic cli-
mate. Initial sponsorship support for the
greenhouse was provided by NASA,
SpaceRef Interactive Inc., the SETI Insti-
tute, Simon Fraser University, the Univer-
sity of Guelph and the CSA.
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greenhouse ever more autonomous, as it
would have to be on Mars.
Ferl says that just getting the team's
gear and equipment to Devon Island is an
exercise worthy of space travel.
"One of the very special things about
many of these analog sites, especially the
Haughton-Mars Project, is that it is an
analog not only for the physical makeup
of the land - the soil and temperature
extremes - but it's also an analog for the
operational extremes you might find,"
Ferl says. "Communications are difficult,
logistics are difficult. Many of the con-
cepts that are inherent in long-distance,
extraterrestrial travel can be simulated in
fairly high fidelity."
The "season" for research on Devon Is-
land lasts just six weeks in July and Au-
gust, so scientists have to get a lot done
in a short amount of time.
Paul hopes that this year, when the first
scientists arrive, plants will already be
growing in the greenhouse.
"When everyone leaves in August, the
greenhouse is on its own," she says. "It
figures out when to power down and
when to wake up in the morning'
months later. Sensors tell propane tanks
when to light and warm up the environ-
ment and when to begin irrigation."
In a world with little native vegetation,
where tents are secured to the ground
with railroad spikes and sub-zero temper-
atures and 40-mile-per-hour winds are the
norm in July, Paul says the greenhouse is
a natural gathering place.
"The greenhouse is a place to get
warm, to socialize, to see things grow-
ing," she says. "It becomes like a cozy
kitchen in the dead of winter. When
you're out where there's nothing else liv-
ing - whether that's Devon Island or
Mars - it's a connection to your home
environment."
Ferl is confident crops will be grown
on both the moon and Mars in the future.
It's just a question of when, he says.
"Under the right conditions it only
takes a few square meters of growing area
to provide enough oxygen, pure water
and food to support a single person," Ferl
says. "There are still plenty of technical
obstacles to overcome, but this is some-
thing we can and will do."


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Humane Society
1156 SE Bisbee Loop
Madison, Florida 32340

Two i,i/. ,. south of Lee
off C.R. 255
From - 10 Exit 262. Take
C.R.255 north .8 of a mile

We are a Limited Space Shel-
ter (no kill). You must check
with us prior to bringing a drop-
off animal to the shelter. Hours;
Tues. to Sat. 10:00 to 2:00, or by
appointment. We are closed on
Sunday and Mondays. Visit our
website and see the animals that
need a good home at
www.suwanneevalleyhumaneso-
ciety.org or at our e-mail address
suwanneevalley@embarqmail.co
m.

We service the surrounding
counties of Madison, Suwannee,
Hamilton, Lafayette, Columbia
and Taylor. We do not pick up
animals.

Lost and Found Pets:
If you have lost a pet or found
one, the humane society will
help you find your pet. Call us at
(850) 971- 9904 or toll free at 1-
866-236-7812. Leave a message
if we are closed, we will return
your call. Remember to always
call your local animal controls or
shelters if you have found an an-
imal or lost a pet.

THRIFT STORE:
You must come see our thrift
stores, if you have not been here
before. We have three stores, a
boutique, clothing and furniture.


We are always looking for dona-
tions for the stores. Please keep
us in mind if you have items in
good condition you would like to
donate to us.

RECYCLING:
We have a recycling bin on
our property newspapers, maga-
zines, and catalogs. The bin will
take all kinds of paper. We also
have a bin in Live Oak at 305
Pinewood Drive, next to John-
son's Appliance/Radio Shack.
We also collect aluminum cans
to recycle. Just bring them to the
shelter. All the money goes to
help the homeless animals.

Our adoption is $65.00 which
INCLUDES, spay/neuter,
wormed, boost- shots, heart-
worm/feline leukemia tested, mi-
cro chips, and rabies shot (if old
enough). We also a Diamond in
the Ruff program, ask about
it. Come visit us, our animals
would love to meet you.

We are always looking for vol-
unteers. We need help running
the shelter and working with the
animals. Also the Thrift Store
could use help. We appreciate
any time you could give us.

FEATURED ANIMALS
FOR ADOPTION
DOGS:
# 3911 - Georgie Girl - is 2
years, she is a small Rotti mix.
She has the coloring of the Rotti
weighs 33.8 lbs. She has Heart-
worms, the Humane Society will
pay for the treatment for the
right home. Call for informa-
tion.


#3909 - Doe - is a 2 /2 year
old light tan Chihuahua mix.
She weighs 11.6 lbs. Likes to
dance, rollover, and will come
when you call her.

# 3908 - Annabell - is the
daughter of Doe. She is 1 12
years old and weighs 8.8 lbs.
She also likes to dance.

#3881 - Percy - he is a
Lab/mix; black with chocolate
tint. He weighs 15 lbs. He is 12
weeks and needs room to run.

#3880 - Bella Mae - she is
butterscotch in color. A Bulldog
mix, she is 8 12 months old and
weighs 39.2 lbs. She is very
friendly and smiles.

CATS:
#3910 - Lavender - she is al-
most 4 months and weighs 2
plus lbs. She is short hair light
grey tiger. She has lost sight in
one eye but that doesn't slow her
down.

# 3904 - Starlight - he is 4
months and full of energy. He
weighs 4 lbs. He is black with
a small speck of white on his
neck.

# 3903 - Starbright - she is
the sister of Starlight. She can
keep right up with her brother.
She is all black.

# 3839 - Justine - she is a
tiger tabby. She is 1 yr. 4
months and weighs about 6 lbs.
She is very loving, playful and
wants a home.


Look at our web site for pic-
tures of the listed animals and
the ones that didn't make the list.

LOST and FOUND
If you have lost or found an
animal, you can call us and we
will post it in Critter Comer for
you.

FOUND - (In Live Oak, 36
Trail) Young Male-Hunting/Pit
Bull Mix-White/w Brown spots-
45 lbs.-Friendly 386-842-2006

FOUND - (On Bradford
Bridge,Suwannee River) Male
Pomerian-Red-10 lbs-Friendly,
but shy. 386-590-2217

LOST - (St. George, Fl.)
Remi- Male-Lab/Ridge Back
Mix-Gold&White-65 lbs-Friend-
ly 850-284-2717

LOST - (McAlpin, near 142


St.) Princess-Female, spayed-
Basset Hound-
Black,Brown,White-35 lbs-3yrs
old-Has a microchip-Very
Friendly Home# 386-269-4521
Cell# 386-688-1120

LOST - (In Lee, Fl.-Beulah
Church Rd. By Peanut Factory)
Skynard-Male-Blood Hound-
Black & Brown-60-80 lbs. Very
Friendly 850-971-5020 or 850-
464-3221

LOST - (Nobles Ferry Rd.)
Audi-Female-Sheltie Mix-Tri-
Color-Very Shy 386-938-5593

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Suwannee Valley
Humane Society Shelter
August 28, 2010
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Many cancers are well known and quite
common. Oral cancers, or those that occur in
the mouth and on the lips, aren't discussed as
frequently but are just as important to know
about.
About 50,000 new cases of head and neck
cancers, in which oral cancers are grouped,
are diagnosed each year in the U.S. Roger
Ebert, the famous movie critic, lost his lower
jaw from complications from oral cancer. He
currently uses computer technology to
communicate and must be fed intravenously
because of an inability to eat in the standard
manner. Denver Nuggets coach George Karl
was recently diagnosed with a squamous cell
carcinoma on his tonsil.
Mouth cancers can develop on the tongue,
lips, cheeks, gums, or on the roof of the
mouth. These types of cancers are treated
similarly in most cases.
Because there can be many causes for
mouth ailments, oral cancers initially may be
difficult to diagnose. There are some
symptoms that may be indicative of mouth
cancer. These include:
* a sore that will not heal
* jaw pain or stiffness
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* white patches on the mouth
* difficult or painful chewing
* loose teeth or improperly fitting dentures
* a lump or thickening of the skin of the
mouth
Visit the dentist or a doctor if any
symptoms persist for more than two weeks. A
professional will rule out other potential
causes, such as toothache or infection first.
Most oral cancers begin in the thin,
squamous cells that line the inside of the
mouth and lips. These cells can mutate and
eventually cause tumors. If left unchecked,
oral cancers can spread to other areas of the
body.
While there is no definitive cause for oral
cancers, there are certain factors that put a
person at greater risk of getting a mouth
cancer. First and foremost is any type of
tobacco use. Smokers and those who chew
tobacco are at a very high rate for mouth
cancer.
Individuals who use alcohol in abundance
are also at a higher risk. Other possible
causes include:
* previous radiation treatment for other
head or neck cancers,
* unprotected exposure of the lips to UV
rays, and
* contraction of the human papillomavirus
(HPV).
Oral cancers can rob a person of the ability
to speak, eat, drink, and could result in some
sort of disfigurement. Early detection and
treatment can help prevent these effects. That
is why a doctor should be consulted promptly
if there are persistent symptoms.


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Research at UF's Tropical Aquaculture Laboratory is

vital to Florida's $50 million ornamental fish industry


- Courtesy photo


By Cindy Spence
Walk into any restaurant or office build-
ing with an aquarium and there's probably
a smudge on the glass where a nose
pressed against it, the better to watch the
underwater world within. Maybe the ob-
server is still there, wide-eyed and smiling.
What's not to like? An aquarium opens
to our inspection a world usually hidden
from view: colorful coral, swaying plants,
fish of every hue and stripe. A sharp-
toothed eel might lurk in a rocky opening
as serene clownfish flit by. A seahorse or
two, posed in a spiny question mark,
might swim nearby as the ubiquitous
housekeeper, the algae-eater, cleans the
glass. It's the world of Nemo, come to life
10 gallons - or 100 gallons - at a time.
It's a hobby that can start with a gold-
fish in a plastic bag and grow into an ob-
session.
Craig Watson has known that obsession
since he was 8 years old and stocked his
first aquarium. Four decades later, as di-
rector of the University of Florida Tropical
Aquaculture Laboratory in Ruskin, Watson
has several hundred aquaria, and he never
tires of pressing his nose up to the glass.
"There's always another fish, and to see
it for the first time, it's exciting," Watson
says.
Science is the key to modem tropical
aquaculture. Science has produced the
world's first patented fish. It can make the
nondescript female swordtail sprout a
flashy tail like the male. And science can
get a species to spawn that has never
spawned in captivity before.
Advances in science advance the indus-
try, too. A regular female swordtail fetches
perhaps 15 cents. Gussy her up with an ac-
tual sword-shaped tail, and she fetches 25
to 30 cents. For the female swordtail -
and the farmers who trade in swordtails -
looks are everything, and the UF laborato-
ry stocks and studies some of the flashiest
fish around.
"It's hard to put into words how valu-
able this facility is to the industry," says
Marty Tanner, president of the Florida
Aquaculture Association.
Industry Godsend
Watson's dad gave him his first aquari-
um at the age of 8. By 16, Watson was
working at a tropical fish farm in Miami,
back when the industry was clustered in
South Florida. In college he worked in a
pet store until he found himself with a bi-
ology degree and no job. He worked for a
tropical fish wholesaler in Riverview until
the Peace Corps sent him to a hatchery in
Tunisia for three years. After his return to
the United States and another degree, he
heard about an opening working with or-
namental fish at the UF Cooperative Ex-
tension Service office in Hillsborough
County.
"I spent nine years as an extension
agent, answering any question anyone
came up with," Watson says. "In 1990, I
realized we had extended what we knew,
and we needed to do some research."
Shortly afterward, a National Weather
Service site in Ruskin showed up on a
government surplus property list. Next
door, a 6.5-acre fish farm was for sale. UF
won a $500,000 grant from the Florida
Department of Agriculture and Consumer
Services to renovate the building and
farm.
By 1997, the UF Tropical Aquaculture
Laboratory was in business.
From these modest beginnings, the labo-


ratory has become a powerhouse for tropi-
cal aquaculture research with a $1 mil-
liona- year budget and 13 active projects.
Researchers at the lab work closely with
tropical fish farmers.
"We'll ask them, 'What are we missing?
Is there a fish you'd like us to look at?'"
Watson says.
While hobbyists wouldn't think of tak-
ing a sick guppy to the veterinarian, tropi-
cal fish farmers often consult veterinarian
Roy Yanong and sometimes bring tiny pa-
tients to diagnostic lab manager Debbie
Pouder. Recently, Pouder helped a farmer
who recognized and treated a primary in-
fection in his fish, but couldn't cure them
until the diagnostic lab pinpointed a sec-
ondary infection.
Being surrounded by farms and under-
standing the business helps her help the
farmers, Pouder says.
"A pure academic might tell a farmer to
give a fish an injection," Pouder says.
"Here, we understand the farmer may well
have 20,000 of those fish, and an injection
is not so simple."
Fish get sick just like people, and when
they do, they need the right medicine,
Watson says, so the lab conducts research
that may give farmers access to more
drugs and chemicals. Many used in other
areas of agriculture might be useful for
fish farmers, but first they must meet Food
and Drug Administration standards for use
in minor species.
"The FDA likes to match one drug with
one species," Watson says, "but I'm work-
ing with 500 species, so that doesn't
work."
For their part, farmers credit the UF lab
with a large measure of their success.
"That laboratory is the greatest thing
since the wheel," says Dave Rawlins, of
Rawlins Tropical Fish in Lithia. "It's a
godsend to the industry."
Small Ponds, Big Business
In a region where agriculture is usually
defined by rolling hills of citrus as far as
the eye can see, aquaculture is almost in-
visible to the casual observer, because one
small pond can hold thousands of fish,
even different species, and represent an in-
vestment of $20,000.
"Fish farming on a per-acre basis is one
of the highest-value crops," Watson says.
"In tropical fish, you measure production
by the square foot, not the acre."
More than 85 percent of Florida's tropi-
cal fish farms are in Hillsborough County.
Membership in the Florida Aquaculture
Association ranges from 150 to 180 farms,
including many that raise food fish like
catfish, tilapia and clams, says Tanner,
who owns Aquatica, a company with three
area farms.
Although sales dipped following the
hurricanes of 2004 and 2005, the USDA
still found that aquaculture racked up sales
of almost $75 million in 2005. Of those
sales, more than $33 million were in orna-
mental fish and more than $17 million in
aquatic plants. The high value of the crops
is evident when you consider the size of
the farms: only nine had 50 or more acres
in production and by far the majority -
185 - had fewer than three acres in pro-
duction.
Because of the farms' small footprint,
fish farmers don't feel the same pressures
larger landowners do from developers, but
they are feeling pressure from foreign
competition.
While Florida is the nation's tropical


fish tank, accounting for 95 percent of all
ornamental fish produced in the U.S.,
that's only a fraction of total ornamental
fish sales, with imports accounting for
two-thirds of the market.
Fish farmers in places like Malaysia, In-
donesia and Mexico don't face the same
level of regulation as their Florida counter-
parts, from drugs to treat sick fish to farm-
ing conditions. The lab's researchers try to
help level the playing field, Watson says.
The hottest thing to hit the aquarium
market lately is the world's first patented
ornamental fish, the GloFish�. The fish is
"manmade," and that has sparked enough
controversy to keep the GloFish� out of
some pet stores. Pointing at an aquarium
filled with zebra fish sporting a pinkish-
reddish color, Watson says the GloFish�
is a good tool to further the debate about
genetic engineering.
The GloFish� was originally developed
in Singapore as a tool to quickly assess
water quality. A regular zebra fish is white
with black stripes. When fluorescent genes
from anemones are inserted into the zebra
fish embryo, however, those genes are ex-
pressed in the color of the fish. The genes
are heritable, too, meaning the genetically
modified zebra fish can pass on its fluores-
cent red, green or orange color to its off-
spring. The company licensed to sell the
fish in the United States has funded UF re-
search to determine whether the GloFish�
can be made sterile, so far without suc-
cess.
The novelties in the laboratory don't
stop with the GloFish�.
There's the archer fish, which can spit a
drop of water at a bug on a ceiling or
branch, knocking the creature off its perch
and into the water to become dinner. Na-
tive to Malaysia and Australia, the fish has
drawn attention from scientists interested
in finding out how it focuses that lethal
drop of water.
Then there's the puffer fish. From its
unprepossessing name, you wouldn't
guess that it is highly evolved, but the
puffer genome is compact, with only about
365 million base pairs, compared to about
three billion for humans.
"The puffer fish has the shortest, clean-
est, most truncated genome of any verte-
brate animal," Watson says. "This animal
is missing all the genetic garbage most an-
imals have, and we're interested in how
that came about."
From the Amazon, there is the black
ghost knife fish, which is almost blind but
can navigate and mate using the waves
produced by an electrical organ in its tail.
The only Florida native the laboratory is
studying is the mosquito fish, which due
to its appetite for mosquito larvae also has
the widest global distribution. The tiny
fish - about half an inch long - also is
an effective predator and will gang up on
bigger fish, eating them piece by piece.
Another oddity is the mangrove killifish,
whose northernmost distribution is Tampa
Bay. The fish is the only self-fertilizing
hermaphrodite in the vertebrate world,
with ovaries and testes in each fish.
Then there are the popular swordtails,
which are participating in methyl testos-
terone tests to masculinize them, thereby
getting females to produce the male's
trademark swordtail.
Reproduction gets a lot of attention,
Watson says, because producing fish in the
United States, as opposed to importing
them, saves money. It also allows a farmer


to control conditions.
Fire eels, for instance, can fetch $200 in
a pet shop. But they need to be caught in
the wild in Southeast Asia, imported, then
observed to ensure they are healthy before
they can be sold and placed in a home
aquarium.
If researchers can figure out how to
breed fire eels domestically, they can raise
them on farms, under controlled condi-
tions, ensuring their health, Watson says.
The laboratory doesn't do much re-
search on saltwater species, which make
up only a small fraction of the market, but
Watson and his colleagues have had suc-
cess recently with one saltwater sea crea-
ture - coral.
Watson said the prevailing opinion was
that greenhouse-grown coral could not be
transplanted successfully into the wild.
Researchers at UF, the Mote Marine Labo-
ratory in Sarasota and the Florida Aquari-
um in Tampa, however, raised seven com-
mon corals in greenhouses and transplant-
ed them to the Florida Keys National Ma-
rine Sanctuary to repair a damaged reef.
In a dive last year, the researchers
checked up on the experiment and, so far,
the lab-rat corals are healthy. The project
has won another round of funding to study
techniques to attach live coral to reefs and
more lab corals will be transplanted this
summer. The project was also recognized
by the environmental organization Coastal
America.
Exotic vs. Invasive
For hobbyists, the more exotic the fish
or plant the better. But with 99 percent of
the aquaculture industry based on nonna-
tive species, exotic traits pose issues.
Some invasive species in Florida can be
traced to home aquaria that were dumped
in Florida waterways, says Jeff Hill, who
came to the lab in 2006 to study invasion
ecology.
Like Watson, Hill got into tropical fish
as a boy. Later, he bought a fish farm,
which he sold to go to graduate school.
With firsthand knowledge of both the
aquaculture industry and science, Hill is in
a unique position to balance the two.
"People always assume there's a nega-
tive effect from nonnative species, but it's
not always negative," Hill says. "I'm very
interested in why some species are capable
of establishing and some are not. It's a dif-
ficult question. Something can fail to es-
tablish 20 times and the 21st time it will
establish. There can be small releases and
something becomes established, or thou-
sands can be released and not establish.
"Is it habitat? Is it parental care? The
air? What makes a better invader? What is
the role of the invaded systems them-
selves?"
The Asian Swamp Eel is an example of
an accidental release Hill is studying. The
eels are popular in ornamental aquaculture
for their odd appearance and in the food
fish trade, where they are farmed for Asian
markets. Watson said ornamental fish
farmers were concerned the eels, which
have a reputation as a "gluttonous, vora-
cious predator, eating everything in their
path," would get into ponds and eat the
fish stock.
But research showed the eels prefer in-
sects, small crustaceans, worms and tad-
poles - not ornamental fish, making them
no threat to aquaculture. But a population
of the eels has taken up residence next to
Everglades National Park, and their effect
on the ecosystem is not yet known.


University of Florida Performing Arts


Calendar of Events

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Craig Martin's Classic Albums Live: The Songs of Wood-
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U.S. Premiere
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Jupiter String Quartet
With Kevin Orr, Piano
Sunday, October 3, 2 p.m.
University Auditorium
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Wednesday, October 6, 7:30 p.m.
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Friday, October 22, 7:30 p.m.
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Vantage Point




UF's Ordway-Swisher Biological Station has been protected from ecological

contamination for more than 70 years, making it a perfect choice

for a unique national effort to observe future environmental changes


- Courtesy photo


By Aaron Hoover
Hydrilla covers the lakes, and condos
cover the land - welcome to Florida
circa 2010, population 18 million.
But, just east of the small north Flori-
da town of Melrose a dirt road leads to
a different Florida, the one that existed
in the early part of the 20th century.
For researchers at the University of
Florida's 9,100-acre Ordway-Swisher
Biological Station there are more than
50 lakes and ponds greened only with
paspalum grass, bladderwort and other
native plants; old pine forests with trees
whose gnarly trunks still bear the "cat
face" scars of 1930s-era turpentine
gatherers; 140 bird, 35 mammal and 26
fish species, including the pearlescent
indigo snake and gopher frog; two Na-
tive American burial grounds; and the
decaying estate of the cigar magnate
who fortuitously amassed the land be-
ginning more than 70 years ago as his
private fishing and hunting reserve.
Since 1980, the University of Florida
has managed Ordway-Swisher as a field
research station to be used by scientists
studying the flora, fauna and ecosys-
tems of original Florida.
But Ordway-Swisher is due for a ma-
jor change. As part of a National Sci-
ence Foundation-sponsored initiative, it
will be one of 20 sites in the National
Ecological Observatory Network, or
NEON. The goal: To put together what
one scientist termed a Hubble Space
Telescope for the environment - a con-
tinental-scale observatory through
which ecologists can observe, from
coast to coast and in real time, the im-
pacts of global warming, invading
species, land development and so on.
Each of the 20 sites lie in different
climates. With Ordway-Swisher's hard-
wood hammocks, swamps and sand
hills, its out-of-the-way setting and
lock-down protection, the station was a
shoe-in to epitomize the natural South-
east.
"We were looking for locations that
are very representative of their areas,
and we had always been thinking about
Ordway," says Hank Loescher, a staff
scientist at NEON's home base in Boul-
der, Colo.
Within the next few years, NEON
workers at Ordway-Swisher will build
three tall observation towers equipped
with a gaggle of sensors and computers.
Their purpose: To extend an electronic
finger to environmental winds, continu-
ously monitoring thousands of parame-
ters of ecosystem health and quality.
For now, though, Ordway-Swisher re-
mains little changed from when Jack-
sonville's Carl Swisher, owner of
Swisher Cigars, began buying the
pieces of land in the 1930s that make up
the station.
Swisher, an avid fisherman and out-
doorsman, eventually amassed 25,000
acres. He built a weekend home and
clay roads to his favorite fishing lakes.
Perched in his Cadillac, Swisher wanted
to pass through different scenery head-
ing out and returning from an expedi-
tion, so he built two roads to many
lakes. He employed a full-time caretak-
er, Truman Perry, whose jobs included
rowing Swisher to his favorite fishing
hole in each lake. Although he is re-
tired, Perry still works at Ordway-
Swisher, just as he has since 1954.
After Carl Swisher died, his family
gradually sold off pieces of the land.


But in 1979, the family's Swisher Foun-
dation donated 3,000 acres to The Na-
ture Conservancy. A year later, the pri-
vate Goodhill Foundation gave a grant
to UF to buy a second, contiguous
6,000 acres from the Swisher Founda-
tion. That land was preserved in the
name of Katherine Ordway, a 3M Cor-
poration heiress who bequeathed more
than $40 million through Goodhill to
support efforts to protect biologically
diverse landscapes in the United States.
Although scientists and students have
had access to both parcels since 1980,
the full station only became official in
August when The Nature Conservancy
formally donated the Carl Swisher
Memorial Sanctuary to the university.
Real estate experts place the value of
the 3,000-acre Swisher tract at $11 mil-
lion, but as UF President Bernie
Machen said at a ceremony marking the
donation, Ordway-Swisher's "natural
value is difficult to put a price on."
"The Conservancy's transfer of 3,000
acres to the Ordway-Swisher Biological
Station is an important milestone in the
ongoing work at this outstanding con-
servation site," says Jeff Danter, Florida
state director of The Nature Conservan-
cy. "Equally important to protecting this
site is developing the next generation of
conservation scientists and managers
who will help make Florida and the
world a more sustainable place for us
all."
Machen calls the station "a precious
rarity that makes it the perfect laborato-
ry for measuring the effects of environ-
mental change."
A ride around the property with Ord-
way-Swisher research coordinator
Stephen Coates in his green Ford pick-
up makes that clear.
Heading into the station, the single-
lane dirt roads passes Ross Lake, one of
the property's bigger lakes. Ross' tan-
nin-stained waters typify Ordway-
Swisher's surface water-fed, nutrient-
rich lakes. Native plants green its
shores and shallow zones, and alliga-
tors, otters and largemouth bass abound.
Ross and Ordway-Swisher's other lakes
owe their hydrilla- and water-hyacinth-
free waters to one of the station's many
rules of self-preservation: Only boats
kept there permanently are allowed in
Ordway's waters.
From Ross Lake, the road climbs
through hills interspersed with longleaf
pine from the grass stage to 80- to 100-
year-old giants stretching high into the
sky. Pale yellow wiregrass carpets the
ground beneath them. Such land is
prized by developers because it is high,
dry and easily drained. As a result, al-
though longleaf pine once blanketed an
estimated 90 million acres across the
Southeast, fewer than four million acres
remain today.
"What you are seeing here," Coates
says, "is old Florida. This is what it
looked like."
Threatened gopher tortoises and go-
pher frogs, which make their homes in
the tortoises' burrows, live in the lon-
gleaf forest. So do impressively large
Sherman fox squirrels, uncommonly
common at Ordway-Swisher, says
Coates. Rafters of notoriously shy wild
turkeys stroll fearlessly through the
woods and white-tail deer are common
sights.
Also common are reminders of the
seasonal burns Coates and his col-


leagues conduct, deliberately setting in
motion a natural process that keeps
hardwood seedlings from maturing and
edging out the pine forest and its
wildlife.
"Fire is very natural and needed
here," he says. "The disturbance would
be if we took fire out of the system."
The road swings by a declivity where
rains create a temporary pond, provid-
ing frogs and amphibians key breeding
conditions - a wet spot with no fish to
eat larvae or tadpoles, Coates says.
Eventually his truck finds its way to
Lake Barco. Contrasting Ross Lake, the
nutrient-poor Barco is gin clear, with no
submerged plants or alligators and only
the leanest of fish.
Ordway-Swisher contains other typi-
cal Southeastern habitat as well. On its
western side broods a large, dark cy-
press swamp. There are hardwood ham-
mocks, sandhill upland lakes and a ma-
jestic Florida prairie.
The station's high state of ecological
preservation is the main draw for biolo-
gists, ecologists and others who spend
anywhere from an afternoon to weeks
or months on projects there.
This past summer, one scientist stud-
ied the population ecology of greater
sirens and two-toed amphiumas, both
large aquatic salamanders. Another sur-
veyed native bees. A third examined
sexual selection in large, colorful, but
harmless, golden orb spiders. All told,
the station hosts on average 25 projects
at any given time.
According to John Hayes, chair of
UF's Department of Wildlife Ecology
and Conservation, 58 UF graduate pro-
jects - 33 master's degree and 25 doc-
toral degree - have been conducted at
the station since 1982. About 220 re-
search publications and reports have
been generated from university, state,
federal and private research studies at
the station. Hayes describes Ordway's
lakes as especially valuable for re-
searchers.
"Ordway-Swisher is not pristine.
Nothing in Florida is pristine. But it is
in very, very good ecological condi-
tion," he says. "The lakes are excep-
tionally pristine and they really provide
an ecological baseline for aquatic sys-
tems in the state of Florida."
Hayes adds Ordway-Swisher is al-
ready on a path to becoming a "globally
significant research and education site."
NEON will only accelerate that transi-
tion.
Like other scientists, ecologists rou-
tinely work together, but they have nev-
er collaborated on the scale of physi-
cists, with their mammoth particle ac-
celerators; oceanographers, with their
ocean research vessels and deep-water
submersibles; and astronomers, with
their multimillion-dollar telescopes,
says Loescher, the NEON staff scientist.
Aware of the gap, a group of ecolo-
gists began pursuing the project that be-
came NEON well over a decade ago,
Loescher says. The group submitted the
most recent formal proposal to the Na-
tional Science Foundation in 2006. The
federal government allocated $25 mil-
lion this year for planning and develop-
ment, he says.
Just as physicists turn to particle ac-
celerators to study the nature of matter,
so NEON scientists have targets: "Con-
tinental scale" research transects where
instruments will measure how the envi-


ronment is responding to climate
change, land development, forest man-
agement, the growing use of biofuels
and invasive species and infectious dis-
eases.
Key to each are the automated obser-
vation towers.
Loescher, who is in charge of
NEON's instrumentation efforts, says
each site will likely have three towers
equipped with a vast array of sensors
and monitors. The sites will also have at
least two aquatic arrays - underwater
"towers" immersed in lakes or streams
- as well as several below-ground soil
monitors.
All told, Loescher says, the sensors
and monitors will collect terabytes of
data from at least 2,000 sources. Some
are as mundane as temperature and hu-
midity, others as exotic as real-time sta-
ble isotopes, below-ground carbon diox-
ide and integrated water vapor. NEON
will also have portable towers that can
be relocated for special projects, such as
gauging the environmental effects of
hurricanes. Additionally, NEON scien-
tists will have access to airplanes and
satellite sweeps.
Coates says Ordway-Swisher already
has years of baseline data garnered from
throughout the property. Water levels
and water quality are checked monthly
on all the lakes. An extensive inventory
of the flora and fauna has been main-
tained for years.
The information has been gathered by
on-site biologists like Coates and stu-
dents in countless classes. In Septem-
ber, for example, a mammalogy class
spent several nights trapping and
recording critters in the forest. They
camped at one of the station's two
campgrounds, equipped paradoxically
with Wi-Fi.
And while that same connectivity will
be a conduit for some of the NEON
data, project scientists will also rely on
"the sneaker net," in Loescher's words.
To coordinate, NEON will bring in sev-
eral new full-time employees, including
at least two managers, an education and
outreach coordinator and technicians.
Loescher says NEON expects to devel-
op a first test site near its Boulder head-
quarters in the next two years. Starting
in 2012, the organization will likely de-
velop two sites annually. None are
scheduled yet, but Loescher suggested
Ordway-Swisher may well be one of the
first.
"Your guys are ready to go. You un-
derstand what NEON is," he says.
Whenever it occurs, NEON can hard-
ly come too soon.
Loescher notes that the National
Weather System decades ago built a na-
tional system of identically calibrated
thermometers, barometers and
anemometers so that it could more ac-
curately forecast the weather. Today, he
says, climate change is a gathering
force, but scientists have no uniform
metric to compare the northward migra-
tion of animals and plants, population
die-offs or other changes or to predict
what might happen down the road.
"We want to enable ecological fore-
casting - where infectious disease will
spread, or where invasive species will
spread," he says. "We also want to pro-
ject regional water use, carbon balance
and what may happen to species with a
changing environment across time and
space scales."


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t . ? < 3 8 1 9 8 = > < ? > 3 9 8 + 8 . 9 8 / > 2 / 8 / A , ? 3 6 . 3 8 1 3 = 9 ? : 3 / . > 2 / < / > / 8 > 3 9 8 9 0 + > 6 / + = > = 3 B 8 / A 4 9 , = % 2 / 8 / A , ? 3 6 . 3 8 1 A 9 ? 6 . < / : < / = / 8 > + + : 3 > 9 6 3 8 @ / = > 7 / 8 > 9 0 + : : < 9 B 3 7 + > / 6 C t t t t t + 8 . > 2 + > A 9 ? 6 . + 6 = 9 < / : < / = / 8 > > 2 / > + B + , 6 / @ + 6 ? / % 2 / > 9 A 8 2 9 : / = : 6 + 8 = 0 9 < : 2 + = / 9 8 / > 9 9 8 > 3 8 ? / . < 9 7 " + 1 / n 0 3 < 7 / . % 2 / < 9 , , / < 7 + . / + A + C A 3 > 2 + 8 ? 8 . 3 = 6 9 = / . + 7 9 ? 8 > ? > 2 9 < 3 > 3 / = A 3 > 2 + = : / < " 9 6 3 / / : + < > 7 / 8 > < / = : 9 8 . / . + 8 . + < / + > 3 @ / 6 C 3 8 @ / = > 3 1 + > 3 8 1 > 2 / < 3 7 / 9 A / @ / < 8 9 + < < / = > = 2 + . , / / 8 7 + . / + = 9 0 % ? / = . + C ? 1 n t 9 9 8 / A + = 3 8 4 ? < / . . ? < 3 8 1 > 2 / < 3 7 / 9 8 > 3 8 ? / . < 9 7 " + 1 / n 9 @ / < > 2 / 3 < ? = ? + 6 2 / 3 1 2 > 3 0 1 < 9 A 8 3 8 + 8 + < / + > 2 + > < / / 3 @ / = @ / < C 6 9 A = ? 8 6 3 1 2 > . 8 + = + C = > 2 + > = 2 / ? = ? + 6 6 C 2 + = + , < 9 A 8 > 2 ? 7 , A 2 / 8 3 > 9 7 / = > 9 1 < 9 A 3 8 1 > 2 3 8 1 = , ? > > 2 + > > 2 3 = 6 3 6 C A + = . / > / < 7 3 8 / . > 9 1 < 9 A A 3 > 2 9 ? > 7 ? 2 2 / 6 : 0 < 9 7 2 / < 9 8 > 3 8 ? / . < 9 7 " + 1 / n + 8 . < ? 8 = > 2 < 9 ? 1 2 $ ? 8 . + C ? 1 n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t 9 < 6 / = = + = A / 6 6 + = = 2 9 9 6 = ? : : 6 3 / = > 2 + > 9 = > n t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n 9 8 > < + > 9 < 0 9 < > 2 / % 9 A 8 9 0 ' 2 3 > / $ : < 3 8 1 = : + @ / + . < 3 @ / A + C + > 2 3 = : / < = 9 8 + 6 < / = 3 . / 8 / + > + 6 9 A / < > 2 + 8 7 + < 5 / > @ + 6 ? / / B : / 8 = / A 2 / < / + 6 = 9 . 3 = 7 3 = = / . 8 @ / = > 3 1 + > 9 < = . 3 = 9 @ / < / . > 2 + > % 9 A 8 = / 8 . 3 8 0 + > : + 3 . > 2 / 9 8 > < + > 9 < 6 9 < 3 . + 3 6 6 + 8 . < + . 3 8 1 r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n 6 + A = ? 3 > = + 1 + 3 8 = > > 2 / % 9 A 8 9 0 ' 2 3 > / $ : < 3 8 1 = 6 6 9 0 < 3 0 0 3 8 H = / > 2 3 = 9 7 : 6 + 3 8 > = 2 + @ / , / / 8 . 3 = 7 3 = = / . , / 0 9 < / 9 < ? : 9 8 3 8 @ / = > 3 1 + > 3 9 8 , C > 2 / 9 7 7 3 = = 3 9 8 ! 0 > 2 / n 6 + A = ? 3 > = > 2 / % 9 A 8 2 + = A 9 8 n 9 0 > 2 / 7 E A 3 > 2 9 8 / + = / : / 8 . 3 8 1 + 9 < . 3 8 1 > 9 % 9 A 8 = / 8 . % 9 A 8 = / 8 . = + 3 . > 2 / % 9 A 8 H = , + > > 6 / + 1 + 3 8 = > < 3 0 0 3 8 H = 6 + A = ? 3 > = 9 8 = > 3 > ? > / . f : / < / 8 > 9 0 6 + = > C / + < H = 6 / 1 + 6 0 / / = + 8 . r : / < / 8 > = 9 0 + < > 2 3 = C / + < F % 2 / < / A / < / = / @ / < + 6 7 9 8 > 2 = 6 + = > C / + < + 8 . > 2 3 = C / + < A 2 / 8 6 / 1 + 6 0 / / = > 9 0 3 1 2 > > 2 / 6 + A = ? 3 > = 7 + . / , C < < 3 0 0 3 8 A / < / 7 9 < / 9 = > 6 C > 2 + 8 6 / 1 + 6 0 / / = 0 9 < 9 8 . ? > 3 8 1 < / 1 ? 6 + < , ? = 3 8 / = = G = + 3 . % 9 A 8 = / 8 . F > H = . 3 = 9 ? < + 1 3 8 1 G 9 A / @ / < < 3 0 0 3 8 = + 3 . 2 / A 9 ? 6 . 8 9 > 2 + @ / 8 / / . / . > 9 0 3 6 / + 8 C 9 7 : 6 + 3 8 > = 9 < 6 + A = ? 3 > = 3 0 2 / 2 + . 1 9 > > / 8 > 2 / + 8 = A / < = > 9 > 2 / ; ? / = > 3 9 8 = 2 / + = 5 / . + > 3 > C 9 ? 8 3 6 7 / / > 3 8 1 = $ 3 8 / > 2 / 9 ? 8 3 6 < / 0 ? = / . > 9 + 8 = A / < 7 C ; ? / = > 3 9 8 = 2 + . 8 9 2 9 3 / , ? > > 9 0 3 6 / + 8 / > 2 3 = 9 7 : 6 + 3 8 > / ) % 9 A 8 = / 8 . * 1 9 > + : + @ 3 8 1 4 9 , . 9 8 / + 8 . 2 / 1 9 > + 2 9 ? = / = 0 + < + = 9 ? 6 . > / 6 6 , / + ? = / 8 9 9 8 / A 9 ? 6 . + 8 = A / < 7 C ; ? / = > 3 9 8 = 2 + . > 9 + = = ? 7 / 2 / 1 9 > > 2 / 7 0 < + ? . ? 6 / 8 > 6 C ? > 3 8 > 2 / A + 5 / 9 0 > 2 / > 2 3 = 9 7 7 3 = = 3 9 8 = 0 3 8 . 3 8 1 = < 3 0 0 3 8 = + C = 2 / = 2 + 8 1 / . 2 3 = 7 3 8 . 7 = + > 3 = 0 3 / . > 2 / < / A + = 8 9 0 < + ? . 3 8 > 2 + > : + < > 3 ? 6 + < + = / 2 / = + 3 . < 3 0 0 3 8 ? < < / 8 > 6 C 9 A / = > 2 / % 9 A 8 3 8 9 ? < > 9 = > + 8 . + > > 9 < 8 / C 0 / / H = + A + < . / . > 9 > 2 / % 9 A 8 . ? < 3 8 1 6 + A = ? 3 > = > 2 + > 2 / 6 9 = > @ / 8 + 0 > / < > ? < 8 3 8 1 > 2 / 6 + 3 7 9 @ / < > 9 + 9 6 6 / > 3 9 8 + 1 / 8 C 9 0 0 3 3 + 6 = = + C < 3 0 0 3 8 2 + = 8 9 > : + 3 . F ! @ / < > 2 / C / + < = > 2 / % 9 A 8 9 ? 8 3 6 2 + = . 9 8 / 3 > = , / = > > 9 . / + 6 A 3 > 2 < < 3 0 0 3 8 G = + 3 . + C 9 < / 6 / 8 3 6 6 / < F 1 < / + > . / + 6 9 0 < / = 9 ? < / = + = 0 + < + = , ? . 1 / > + 8 . = > + 0 0 > 3 7 / 2 + = , / / 8 . / @ 9 > / . > 9 + 8 = A / < 3 8 1 < 3 0 0 3 8 H = ; ? / = > 3 9 8 = G = 2 / = + 3 . F % 9 A 8 9 ? 8 3 6 = > < 3 @ / = > 9 2 9 8 / = > 6 C + 8 . < / + 6 3 = > 3 + 6 6 C 6 3 = > / 8 > 9 + 6 6 > 2 / : / < = : / > 3 @ / = 9 0 3 > 3 D / 8 = 3 8 > 2 / > 9 A 8 9 0 ' 2 3 > / $ : < 3 8 1 = G $ > 3 6 6 < 3 0 0 3 8 = + 3 . 2 / A 3 6 6 9 8 > 3 8 ? / > 9 / B / < 3 = / 2 3 = < 3 1 2 > = ? 8 > 3 6 2 3 = ; ? / = > 3 9 8 = + < / = + > 3 = 0 3 / . ' 2 3 > / $ : < 3 8 1 = 3 = ? < < / 8 > 6 C 9 8 = 3 . / < 3 8 1 + : : < 9 : < 3 + > / + > 3 9 8 = > 9 > + 5 / + 1 + 3 8 = > < 3 0 0 3 8 3 8 9 < . / < > 9 6 + 3 7 A 2 + > 3 = 9 A / . > 9 > 2 / % 9 A 8 , / 0 ? 8 . / . , C > 2 / + 7 3 6 > 9 8 9 ? 8 > C / @ / 6 9 : 7 / 8 > ? > 2 9 < 3 > C > 2 < 9 ? 1 2 > 2 / " 2 9 = : 2 + > / $ / @ / < + 8 / % + B 9 8 9 7 3 / @ / 6 9 : 7 / 8 > b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r t b f t b r t b b f r b r n t r f t r t b f r t b f n f n b f b b f b b n n f f b t b r ( 3 + 9 * ) 8 4 6 5 6 4 0 , + 8 2 4 4 1 7 8 4 * 6 / 3 * 9 7 / 3 , 7 7 8 4 $ . / 8 , ! 5 6 / 3 7 / 3 @ / . + 8 6 + = > C / + < A 9 8 H > , / < / 6 / + = / . ? 8 > 3 6 9 @ / 7 , / < 9 9 ? 8 > C = 2 9 9 6 + 2 3 / @ / . . / ; ? + > / ( / + < 6 C " < 9 1 < / = = + 9 7 : 9 8 / 8 > 9 0 > 2 / 0 / . / < + 6 9 2 3 6 . / 0 > / 2 3 8 . : < 9 1 < + 7 % 2 / < / : 9 < > = 2 9 A = r = > + > / = 2 9 9 6 = 7 + . / + . / ; ? + > / C / + < 6 C : < 9 1 < / = = A 2 3 6 / . 3 . 8 9 > + = > C / + < 7 / > > 2 / 0 / . / < + 6 = > + 8 . + < . + 8 . . 3 . 8 9 > / = : 3 > / > 2 / = / < / = ? 6 > = ? > 6 / < = + 3 . / 8 > < + 6 + 8 . > 2 / 2 3 1 2 = 2 9 9 6 7 + . / 3 7 : < 9 @ / 7 / 8 > = 3 8 = / @ / < + 6 + < / + = $ 2 9 9 6 1 < + . / = A / < / < / 6 / + = / . + 0 > / < + 8 3 8 . / : / 8 . / 8 > + ? . 3 > = 2 9 A / . > 2 3 = C / + < H = % = 9 < / = + 6 6 / . 3 8 > 9 ; ? / = > 3 9 8 3 8 7 + 8 C . 3 = > < 3 > = A / < / + ? < + > / + 9 < . 3 8 1 > 9 ! ? > 6 / < = + 3 . 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2 C : B A E 6 = 6 / D 3 < = B @ 3 1 3 7 D 3 2 / 6 7 5 6 A 1 6 = = : 2 7 > : = ; / ; / G @ 3 5 7 A B 3 @ / < 2 3 < @ = : : / B B 6 3 1 : / A A A 7 B 3 7 < # / A > 3 @ / B B 6 3 # ) $ = ; > : 3 F b C 7 : 2 7 < 5 r b ) = = ; n + 6 7 A 7 A G = C @ I * 3 1 = < 2 6 / < 1 3 J B = 3 / @ < / 6 7 5 6 A 1 6 = = : 2 7 > : = ; / n : / A A ) 3 5 7 A B @ / B 7 = < D 3 @ G + C 3 A 2 / G / B r f f > n ; n r n & 3 3 2 / 1 = > G = 4 G = C @ * = 1 7 / : * 3 t 1 C @ 7 B G 1 / @ 2 n n * B C 2 3 < B A b / 5 3 A r t r b ; C A B > @ = D 7 2 3 / 1 = > G = 4 B 6 3 7 @ E 7 B 6 2 @ / E / : 4 = @ ; 4 @ = ; B 6 3 : / A B A 1 6 = = : / B B 3 < 2 3 2 n n ) 3 5 7 A B @ / B 7 = < b 7 < 1 : C 2 7 < 5 $ = 1 / t B = @ + 3 A B E 7 : : B / 9 3 r 6 = C @ n + : / A A < B @ / < 1 3 + 3 A B D 3 @ G 3 2 < 3 A 2 / G / B r f f > n ; n r n ' < : G 4 = @ / 2 C : B A E 7 B 6 = C B / 6 7 5 6 A 1 6 = = : 2 7 > : = ; / n n % C A B 6 / D 3 1 = ; > : 3 B 3 2 @ 3 5 7 A B @ / t B 7 = < n n + 3 A B B / 9 3 A / > > @ = F 7 ; / B 3 : G 6 = C @ A / < 2 E 7 : : A B / @ B > @ = ; > B : G / B r f f > n ; n / : : ) 3 F % 7 B 1 6 3 : : t r = @ D 3 t : G < / D 7 A t 4 = @ 3 < @ = : : ; 3 < B 2 3 t B / 7 : A n ! " ! ! b b n b t f n % 3 1 ( 2 3 1 / C A 3 = 4 4 / 7 : C @ 3 B = 6 3 3 2 B 6 3 : 7 ; 7 t B / B 7 = < A = 4 B 6 3 , n * n = < A B 7 B C B 7 = < b E 6 7 1 6 6 / A > @ = 2 C 1 3 2 @ C < / E / G 4 3 2 3 @ / : A > 3 < 2 7 < 5 b = C @ < / B 7 = < A 7 B A = < B 6 3 > @ 3 1 7 > 7 1 3 = 4 2 7 A / A B 3 @ n = @ ; 3 @ * 3 < / B = @ : / < * 7 ; > A = < = 4 G = ; 7 < 5 / < 2 @ A 9 t 7 < 3 = E : 3 A b 6 7 B 3 ! = C A 3 1 6 7 3 4 = 4 A B / 4 4 C < 2 3 @ ( @ 3 A 7 2 3 < B 7 : : : 7 < B = < b 1 = t 1 6 / 7 @ ; 3 < = 4 ( @ 3 A 7 2 3 < B ' 0 / ; / A 2 3 0 B / < 2 2 3 4 7 1 7 B 1 = ; ; 7 A A 7 = < b 7 < / / A 6 t 7 < 5 B = < ( = A B / @ B 7 1 : 3 ' 0 / ; / A 3 0 B = ; ; 7 A A 7 = < / @ < A = 4 7 A 1 / : / < 1 3 @ # C : G r b f r f A / 7 2 B 6 / B B > @ 3 A 3 < B b 4 3 2 3 @ / : @ 3 D 3 < C 3 7 A 4 C : : G 1 = < A C ; 3 2 0 G B 6 @ 3 3 > @ = 5 @ / ; A * = 1 7 / : * 3 1 C @ 7 B G b % 3 2 7 1 / @ 3 / < 2 % 3 2 7 1 / 7 2 n + 6 3 @ 3 A B = 4 B 6 3 4 3 2 3 @ / : 5 = D 3 @ < ; 3 < B b 7 < 1 : C 2 7 < 5 4 7 5 6 B 7 < 5 B E = E / @ A b 6 = ; 3 : / < 2 A 3 1 C @ 7 t B G b 3 2 C 1 / B 7 = < b / @ B b 1 C : B C @ 3 b G = C < / ; 3 7 B b D 3 B 3 @ / < A t t B 6 3 E 6 = : 3 @ 3 A B = 4 B 6 3 2 7 A 1 @ 3 B 7 = < / @ G 0 C 2 5 3 B 7 A 0 3 7 < 5 4 7 < / < 1 3 2 0 G 6 7 t < / / < 2 = B 6 3 @ 1 = C < B @ 7 3 A n + 6 3 1 = ; ; 7 A t A 7 = < / 2 2 3 2 B 6 3 1 C @ @ 3 < B 0 C 2 5 3 B B @ 3 < 2 7 A / 2 7 A / A B 3 @ B 6 / B E 7 : : 2 3 A B @ = G B 6 3 1 = C < B @ G 4 @ = ; E 7 B 6 7 < C < : 3 A A 1 6 3 1 9 3 2 0 G B = C 5 6 / 1 B 7 = < 7 < / A 6 7 < 5 t B = < n + 6 3 B = C 5 6 / 1 B 7 = < @ 3 ? C 7 @ 3 2 7 A A > 3 < 2 7 < 5 1 C B A 7 < > @ = 5 @ / ; A b 7 < 1 : C 2 7 < 5 B 6 3 A = t 1 / : : 3 2 < = < 2 7 A 1 @ 3 B 7 = < / @ G b 3 / B 7 < 5 ; = A B = 4 B 6 3 4 3 2 3 @ / : @ 3 D 3 < C 3 A n 1 1 = @ 2 7 < 5 B = B 6 3 3 < A C A b / @ = C < 2 f > 3 @ 1 3 < B = 4 ; 3 @ 7 1 / < A / < 2 = : 2 3 @ = E < B 6 3 7 @ = E < 6 = ; 3 A 1 = ; > / @ 3 2 B = > 3 @ 1 3 < B C < 2 3 @ n + E 3 < B G t B 6 @ 3 3 ; 7 : : 7 = < 6 = C A 3 6 = : 2 A b = @ > 3 @ 1 3 < B = 4 / : : 6 = ; 3 t = E < 3 @ A b = E < B 6 3 7 @ 6 = ; 3 A 4 @ 3 3 / < 2 1 : 3 / @ b / < 2 ; = A B = 4 B 6 3 A 3 / @ 3 A 3 < 7 = @ A / 5 3 2 / < 2 = : 2 3 @ n 1 1 = @ 2 7 < 5 B = B 6 3 3 2 3 @ / : ) 3 A 3 @ D 3 = / @ 2 A f f * C @ D 3 G = 4 = < A C ; 3 @ 7 < / < 1 3 A b B 6 3 ; 3 2 7 / < < 3 B E = @ B 6 = 4 > 3 = > : 3 / < 2 = D 3 @ 7 A b f f f b B 6 = A 3 C < t 2 3 @ G 3 / @ A 6 / D 3 / < 3 B E = @ B 6 = 4 r b f f f / < 2 4 = @ B 6 = A 3 t b 7 B A b f f f n = @ 5 = = 2 @ 3 / t A = < b = : 2 3 @ > 3 = > : 3 6 / D 3 / 1 1 C ; C : / B 3 2 ; = @ 3 E 3 / : B 6 B 6 / < G = C < 5 3 @ > 3 = > : 3 B 6 3 > @ 7 ; / @ G @ 3 / t A = < 7 A B 6 / B B 6 3 G D 3 6 / 2 ; = @ 3 B 7 ; 3 B = 2 = 7 B n + 6 3 @ 3 7 A < = : = 5 7 1 / : 1 / A 3 B 6 / B 1 / < 0 3 ; / 2 3 4 = @ C A t 7 < 5 B 6 3 B / F A G A B 3 ; B = 4 = @ 1 3 ; 3 @ 7 1 / < A E 7 B 6 : 3 A A E 3 / : B 6 B = A C 0 A 7 2 7 H 3 B 6 = A 3 E 7 B 6 ; = @ 3 E 3 / : B 6 n C B 7 B A < = B 1 : 3 / @ E 6 = 7 A A C 0 A 7 2 7 H 7 < 5 E 6 = ; n = < A 7 2 3 @ / < 3 : 2 3 @ : G E 7 2 = E b A / G f G 3 / @ A = : 2 b E 7 B 6 / ; = 2 3 A B @ 3 B 7 @ 3 ; 3 < B 7 < 1 = ; 3 = 4 r b f f f : 7 D 7 < 5 7 < / f f b f f f 6 = C A 3 B 6 / B A 4 C : : G > / 7 2 4 = @ n * 6 3 ; 7 5 6 B @ 3 t 1 3 7 D 3 : = 1 / : > @ = > 3 @ B G B / F 4 = @ 5 7 D 3 < 3 A A b ; 3 2 7 1 / : / < 2 > @ 3 A 1 @ 7 > B 7 = < 2 @ C 5 A C 0 A 7 t 2 7 3 A / < 2 = B 6 3 @ 4 3 2 3 @ / : b A B / B 3 / < 2 : = 1 / : A C 0 A 7 2 7 3 A 0 / A 3 2 C > = < 6 3 @ / 5 3 / < 2 7 < t 1 = ; 3 n 6 3 < A C 0 A 7 2 7 3 A / @ 3 > @ = D 7 2 3 2 4 = @ B 6 7 A : / 2 G b E 6 = ; / @ 3 E 3 B @ C : G 0 3 < 3 4 7 B t 7 < 5 " B A < = B B 6 3 : / 2 G 0 C B 6 3 @ 6 3 7 @ A n = < 1 3 7 D / 0 : G b B 6 3 : / 2 G 1 = C : 2 ; / 9 3 / 2 3 / : E 7 B 6 / 4 7 < / < 1 7 / : 7 < A B 7 B C B 7 = < B = > / G 6 3 @ > @ = > 3 @ B G B / F 3 A b / : : = E 6 3 @ B = : 7 D 3 7 < B 6 3 6 = C A 3 4 = @ B 6 3 @ 3 A B = 4 6 3 @ : 7 4 3 / < 2 5 7 D 3 6 3 @ / : C ; > A C ; 1 / A 6 A 3 B B : 3 ; 3 < B A = B 6 / B A 6 3 1 / < : 7 D 3 E 7 B 6 t = C B B 6 3 6 / < 2 = C B A n , > = < 6 3 @ 2 3 / B 6 b B 6 3 6 = C A 3 0 3 1 = ; 3 A B 6 3 > @ = > 3 @ B G = 4 B 6 3 4 7 < / < 1 7 / : 7 < A B 7 B C B 7 = < b < = B 6 3 @ 6 3 7 @ A n 7 D 7 < 5 B 6 3 E 7 2 = E 6 / < 2 = C B A / : : = E A 6 3 @ B = 0 3 ? C 3 / B 6 B = 6 3 @ 6 3 7 @ A 6 3 @ / A t A 3 B A b / f f b f f f 6 = C A 3 n " 4 6 3 @ 1 6 7 : t 2 @ 3 < E / < B B = 7 < 6 3 @ 7 B B 6 3 6 = C A 3 b B 6 3 G b @ / B 6 3 @ B 6 / < B / F > / G 3 @ A b = C 5 6 B B = B / 9 3 1 / @ 3 = 4 B 6 3 7 @ ; = B 6 3 @ n 3 1 / < A B / @ B 5 3 B B 7 < 5 B 6 3 4 3 2 3 @ / : A > 3 < 2 7 < 5 C < 2 3 @ 1 = < B @ = : 0 G 3 < 2 7 < 5 A C 0 A 7 2 7 3 A B = > 3 = > : 3 E 7 B 6 6 7 5 6 < 3 B E = @ B 6 B 6 / B 1 / < 0 3 @ 3 / 2 G B C @ < 3 2 7 < B = 1 / A 6 A C 1 6 / A / 6 = ; 3 = @ 0 C A 7 < 3 A A n 6 7 : 3 A 3 < 7 = @ A ; 7 5 6 B A / G B 6 / B B 6 3 G A C > > = @ B @ 3 2 C 1 3 2 5 = D 3 @ < ; 3 < B A > 3 < 2 t 7 < 5 b B 6 3 G b : 7 9 3 = B 6 3 @ 6 / < 2 = C B @ 3 1 7 > 7 t 3 < B A b 0 3 : 7 3 D 3 B 6 3 G 6 / D 3 / @ 7 5 6 B b B 6 @ = C 5 6 5 = D 3 @ < ; 3 < B b B = : 7 D 3 / B B 6 3 3 F > 3 < A 3 = 4 = B 6 3 @ A n 6 / B A ; = @ 3 b B 6 3 G 6 / D 3 1 = < A 7 2 3 @ / 0 : 3 1 : = C B t t B 6 3 G D = B 3 7 < : / @ 5 3 < C ; 0 3 @ A n ' < : G f > 3 @ 1 3 < B = 4 G = C < 5 > 3 = > : 3 D = B 3 b 0 C B C > B = f > 3 @ t 1 3 < B = 4 A 3 < 7 = @ A D = B 3 n ( = : 7 B 7 1 / : 5 C B A 6 / D 3 / : E / G A 0 3 3 < 7 < A 6 = @ B A C > > : G / < 2 > = : 7 B 7 1 7 / < A 4 3 / @ A 3 t < 7 = @ @ 3 B / : 7 / B 7 = < / B B 6 3 > = : : A n % = @ 3 t = D 3 @ b 7 B A / > @ / 1 B 7 1 / : ; / B B 3 @ 4 = @ A 3 < 7 = @ A / < 2 > = : 7 B 7 1 7 / < A n + 6 3 B @ C 3 3 1 = < = ; 7 1 1 / : / ; 7 B G E = < B 6 7 B B 6 3 1 = C < B @ G C < B 7 : f f = @ f f n G B 6 / B B 7 ; 3 b 0 = B 6 B = t 2 / G A > = : 7 B 7 1 7 / < A / < 2 A 3 < 7 = @ A E 7 : : 0 3 2 3 / 2 A = E 6 G A 6 = C : 2 B 6 3 G ; / 9 3 A / 1 @ 7 t 4 7 1 3 A < = E B = > @ 3 D 3 < B / < 3 1 = < = ; 7 1 1 / : / ; 7 B G 2 3 1 / 2 3 A = 4 4 7 < B = B 6 3 4 C B C @ 3 * 3 < 7 = @ A ; 7 5 6 B > @ = B 3 A B ; G 1 G < 7 1 7 A ; 0 C B B 6 3 G 1 / < 3 / A 7 : G > @ = D 3 ; 3 E @ = < 5 0 G E / 5 7 < 5 / < 3 4 4 3 1 B 7 D 3 1 / ; > / 7 5 < B = 3 < 2 6 / < 2 = C B A 0 / A 3 2 = < A C > 3 @ / < < C / t B 7 = < n f f f f f n t f r f f f f f r f b f f f f b f r f f f b t f n t f b t f r r t r n r t f r b n t8 8 t b n t( C 0 : 7 A 6 3 2 E 3 3 9 : G 3 D 3 @ G + 6 C @ A 2 / G n , * ( * t f ' 4 4 7 1 3 : = 1 / B 3 2 / B r f & < 2 D 3 < C 3 b / < 9 = 4 ; 3 @ 7 1 / b # / A > 3 @ b $ f ( 6 = < 3 t . t f f t ; / 7 : / 2 2 @ 3 A A 8 / A > 3 @ < 3 E A r E 7 < 2 A B @ 3 / ; n < 3 B% G @ / ) 3 5 / < ( C 0 : 7 A 6 3 @ ) = 0 3 @ B @ 7 2 5 3 A @ = C > 2 7 B = @ * B 3 > 6 3 < 7 3 $ 7 D 7 < 5 A B = < ) 3 > = @ B 3 @ $ = C 7 A 3 * 6 3 2 2 / < 2 ; 7 < 7 A B @ / B 7 D 3 A A 7 A B / < B( 3 @ 7 = 2 7 1 / : A > = A B / 5 3 > / 7 2 / B # / A > 3 @ b $ n < < C / : A C 0 A 1 @ 7 > B 7 = < @ / B 3 7 A r 7 < 1 = C < B G b = C B = 4 1 = C < B G / < 2 = C B = 4 A B / B 3 n ( ' * + % * + ) * 3 < 2 / 2 2 @ 3 A A 1 6 / < 5 3 A B = + 6 3 # / A > 3 @ & 3 E A b r f & < 2 D 3 n b # / A > 3 @ b $ f b b r t b n r f n b r n $ 3 B B 3 @ A B = B 6 3 2 7 B = @ / < 2 < 3 E A / @ B 7 1 : 3 A 1 / < 0 3 ; / 7 : 3 2 b . 3 2 = @ 2 @ = > > 3 2 = 4 4 / B B 6 3 < 3 E A = 4 4 7 1 3 : = 1 / B 3 2 7 < B 6 3 / < 9 = 4 ; 3 @ 7 1 / C 7 : 2 7 < 5 b % = < 2 / G B 6 @ = C 5 6 @ 7 2 / G b / n ; n B 7 : : > n ; n $ 3 B B 3 @ A B = B 6 3 2 7 B = @ A 6 = C : 2 0 3 B G > 3 2 b 2 = C 0 : 3 t A > / 1 3 2 7 4 > = A A 7 0 : 3 b 0 @ 7 3 4 / < 2 B = B 6 3 > = 7 < B b / > > @ = F 7 ; / B 3 : G r f B = f f E = @ 2 A = @ : 3 A A n & = B / : : : 3 B B 3 @ A / @ 3 > C 0 : 7 A 6 3 2 n n b t n n t b n n r n t n f n t b t n r n n t t n t r n n / < 2 7 < B 6 3 b t = 4 4 7 1 3 = < @ 7 2 / G 0 3 4 = @ 3 > n ; n & 3 E A ) 3 : 3 / A 3 A b f f = @ : 3 A A E = @ 2 A b A 6 = C : 2 0 3 B G > 3 2 b 2 = C t 0 : 3 t A > / 1 3 2 7 4 > = A A 7 0 : 3 b 0 @ 7 3 4 / < 2 B = B 6 3 > = 7 < B n & = B / : : / @ B 7 1 : 3 A / @ 3 > C 0 : 7 A 6 3 2 n $ 3 B B 3 @ A / < 2 / @ B 7 1 : 3 A ; / G 0 3 3 2 7 B 3 2 B = 4 7 B / D / 7 : / 0 : 3 A > / 1 3 n 3 : : E @ 7 B B 3 < : 3 B B 3 @ A / @ B 7 1 : 3 A @ 3 ? C 7 @ 3 : 3 A A 3 2 7 B 7 < 5 n + = ; / 7 : G = C @ : 3 B B 3 @ / @ B 7 1 : 3 b A 3 < 2 7 B B = + 6 3 # / A > 3 @ & 3 E A b r f & < 2 D 3 n b # / A > 3 @ b $ f = @ . 7 B B = t f f n n " & . ' ' ) " # t b f n F I N A N C I A L A I D I S A V A I L A B L E A N D A C C E P T E D . A P P R O V E D F O R V A T R A I N I N G B E N E F I T S . A C C R E D I T E D B Y T H E C O U N C I L O N O C C U P A T I O N A L E D U C A T I O N , I N C . R e g i s t e r N o w ! , + ' % ' + " ! ' ) , + ' ' / ( " ) $ $ t f f n r n b + ' * ! , $ + * + f n f E a r n y o u r A S E t o d a y ! $ * * * * + ) + , , * + b t ) + 6 3 % 3 2 7 1 / @ 3 * / D 7 < 5 A ( @ = 5 @ / ; b / < 3 E ( @ = 5 @ / ; 4 = @ B 6 3 $ 3 > B = 4 : 2 3 @ 4 4 / 7 @ A / < 2 : 2 3 @ ' > B 7 = < A = 4 / 7 < 3 A D 7 : : 3 b 7 A B @ G 7 < 5 B = 4 7 < 2 % 3 2 7 1 / @ 3 0 3 < 3 4 7 1 7 / t @ 7 3 A B = ? 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C / : 7 4 G B = 6 / D 3 G = C @ ( / @ B ( @ 3 ; 7 C ; > / 7 2 b G = C ; C A B 6 / D 3 7 < 1 = ; 3 / < 2 / A A 3 B A 0 3 : = E * 7 < 5 : 3 " < 1 = ; 3 7 A r b r ; = < B 6 A A 3 B A B = B / : b f f = C > : 3 " < 1 = ; 3 7 A r b f ; = < B 6 A A 3 B A B = B / : b r f A A 3 B B G > 3 A D / @ G 0 G > @ = 5 @ / ; b 0 C B 0 = B 6 2 = 1 = C < B / : : G = C @ 1 / A 6 7 < B 6 3 0 / < 9 1 6 3 1 9 7 < 5 / < 2 A / D 7 < 5 A b A B = 1 9 A b 0 = < 2 A b A b / < < C 7 B 7 3 A b / < 2 / < G = B 6 3 @ @ 3 / : t > @ = > 3 @ B G n + 6 3 G 2 = < = B 1 = C < B G = C @ 6 = ; 3 = @ B 6 3 : / < 2 7 B 7 A = < b < = @ 2 = B 6 3 G 1 = C < B / B : 3 / A B = < 3 D 3 6 7 1 : 3 n / : : B 6 3 : 2 3 @ ! 3 : > : 7 < 3 / B r t f f t t / < 2 / A 9 4 = @ B 6 3 % 3 2 7 1 / @ 3 * / D 7 < 5 A ( @ = 5 @ / ; * > 3 1 7 / : 7 A B B = 1 = < B / 1 B G = C B = A 3 3 7 4 G = C ? 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B 3 6 3 + < C ( 8 3 > n + 8 . = ? : : 9 < > / . , C > 2 / 3 A + 8 3 = 6 ? , 9 0 + = : / < b ! < = b / 8 / 2 + 8 . 6 / < 3 = > 2 / 3 < 6 = & > + > / 2 + 3 < : / < = 9 8 b * 2 3 6 / + > 3 < 6 = & > + > / < 3 + I 6 3 @ / . 3 8 & > b 9 2 8 = 9 ? 8 > C 3 8 > 2 / 3 > C 9 0 7 7 9 5 + 6 / / b / < 3 > C : 9 = 3 > 3 9 8 A + = + 9 ? 8 3 6 7 + 8 b & 2 / : + = = / . > 2 / , + < / B + 7 A 2 3 2 + 6 6 9 A / . 2 / < > 9 < ? 8 0 9 < + = > + > / : 9 = 3 > 3 9 8 b & 2 / A + = / 6 / > / . > 9 > 2 / 6 9 < 3 . + & / 8 + > / b < 3 + I = > + > / = > 2 + > > 2 / C . / , + > / . 9 @ / < = / @ / < + 6 , 3 6 6 = b # 8 / , 3 6 6 A + = > + 5 3 8 1 9 ? > > 2 / . + 8 1 / < 9 ? = : + < > = 9 0 , / / 0 > 2 + > + ? = / + 8 / < + 8 . < / : 6 + 3 8 1 > 2 / 7 A 3 > 2 2 / + 6 > 2 3 / < = ? , = > + 8 / = b 8 9 > 2 / < , 3 6 6 A + = 7 + 8 . + > 3 8 1 . 9 > 9 < = > 9 > / 6 6 A 9 7 / 8 A 3 > 2 . / 8 = / , < / + = > = A 2 9 < / / 3 @ / . , < / + = > / B + 7 = > 2 + > > 2 / C 8 / / . > 9 1 / > + 8 B < + C , / + ? = / > 2 / 3 < > / = > = A / < / 8 9 > n t t + ? < + > / + 8 . > 2 / C + 8 = > 3 6 6 2 + @ / + 8 / < b ' 2 / = / > A 9 , 3 6 6 = A / < / = / 8 > > 9 9 @ / < 8 9 < < 3 = > b < 3 + I 3 = + 8 2 9 8 9 < = > ? . / 8 > + > + 7 3 6 > 9 8 9 ? 8 > C 3 1 2 & 2 9 9 6 b & 2 / 3 = + 7 / 7 , / < 9 0 > 2 / = 9 / < > / + 7 + 8 . > 2 / @ 9 6 6 / C , + 6 6 > / + 7 b & 2 / 3 = + 7 / 7 , / < 9 0 ' & > ? . / 8 > 9 @ / < 8 7 / 8 > = = 9 3 + > 3 9 8 & * ' + 8 . % # ' b & 2 / A + = > 2 / 9 7 / 9 7 3 8 1 $ < 3 8 / = = 0 9 < > 2 / @ + < = 3 > C 2 / / < 6 / + . / < = 3 8 t t b < 3 + I 3 = + 8 + > 3 @ / 7 / 7 , / < 9 0 $ 9 : 6 + < & : < 3 8 1 = ! 3 = = 3 9 8 + < C + : > 3 = > 2 ? < 2 & 2 / = / < @ / = + = & ? 8 . + C & 2 9 9 6 = / < / > + < C + 7 / 7 , / < 9 0 > 2 / 2 9 3 < + 8 . : < + 3 = / . + 8 / > / + 7 b & 2 / + 6 = 9 0 3 8 . = > 3 7 / > 9 . 9 @ 9 6 ? 8 > / / < A 9 < 5 b & 2 / 3 = + 7 / 8 > 9 < > 9 / 6 / 7 / 8 > + < C = > ? . / 8 > = + 8 . = / < @ / = + = + = = 3 = > + 8 > 9 + 2 9 0 + 6 3 > > 6 / 6 / + 1 ? / = 9 / < > / + 7 b & 2 / @ 3 = 3 > = 8 ? < = 3 8 1 2 9 7 / = + 8 . = 2 / > ? > 9 < = = > ? . / 8 > = + > > 2 / $ 9 : 6 + < & : < 3 8 1 = 9 7 7 ? 8 3 > C / 8 > / < b ' 9 , / / 6 3 1 3 , 6 / 0 9 < 3 < 6 = & > + > / > 2 / C 9 ? 8 1 6 + . C + 8 . 2 / < 0 + 7 3 6 C 7 ? = > , / < / = 3 . / 8 > = 9 0 > 2 / & > + > / 9 0 6 9 < 3 . + b & 2 / 7 ? = > , / 3 8 2 / < 4 ? 8 3 9 < C / + < 9 0 2 3 1 2 = 2 9 9 6 + 8 . , / < / > ? < 8 3 8 1 > 9 2 / < 2 3 1 2 = 2 9 9 6 0 9 < 2 / < = / 8 3 9 < C / + < b & 2 / 8 / / . = > 9 2 + @ / + 8 3 8 > / < / = > 3 8 1 9 @ / < 8 7 / 8 > 6 / + . / < = 2 3 : + , 3 6 3 > C 1 9 9 . 2 + < + > / < + 8 . 2 9 8 / = > C / B / 6 6 / 8 > = 2 9 6 + = > 3 = > + 8 . 3 8 1 9 9 : / < + > 3 @ / 8 / = = 9 7 7 ? 8 3 > C : + < > 3 3 : + > 3 9 8 + 8 . = / < @ 3 / b t ) # ? 1 ? = > t n t F ' 2 / & ? A + 8 8 / / % 3 @ / < * + > / < ! + 8 + 1 / 7 / 8 > 3 = > < 3 > 3 = > < 3 > ? 8 . / < + 4 9 3 8 > : + < > 3 3 : + > 3 9 8 + 1 < / / 7 / 8 > A 3 > 2 6 + 2 ? + 9 ? 8 > C 2 + = : ? < 2 + = / . r f + < / = + 6 9 8 1 > 2 / & + 8 > + / % 3 @ / < b ' 2 / 3 = > < 3 > + 8 . 9 ? 8 > C 6 9 = / . 9 8 > 2 / : < 9 : / < > C ? 1 ? = > r b ' 2 / : + < / 6 : ? < 2 + = / . 0 < 9 7 # = / 9 6 + + 8 . + 8 . ' 3 7 , / < 9 < : b A 3 6 6 , / 9 7 / + 8 + . . 3 > 3 9 8 > 9 > 2 / f + < / & + 8 > + / % 3 @ / < % + 8 2 : + < / 6 9 A 8 / . , C > 2 / 3 = > < 3 > + 8 . 6 9 + > / . A 3 > 2 3 8 > 2 / $ + < / 8 / < = < + 8 2 9 8 = / < @ + > 3 9 8 < / + b ' 2 / : < 9 : / < > C 3 = 6 9 + > / . n b 7 3 6 / = = 9 ? > 2 A / = > 9 0 * 9 < > 2 3 8 1 > 9 8 & : < 3 8 1 = b ' 2 / : + < / 6 A 3 6 6 : < 9 @ 3 . / = ? < 0 + / A + > / < : < 9 > / > 3 9 8 + = A / 6 6 + = 7 + 3 8 > + 3 8 > 2 / 8 + > ? < + 6 0 6 9 9 . : 6 + 3 8 b ' 2 / : ? < 2 + = / + 6 = 9 A 3 6 6 / B : + 8 . < / < / + > 3 9 8 + 6 9 : : 9 < > ? 8 3 > 3 / = 3 8 > 2 / + < / + b G ' 2 3 = / B : + 8 = 3 9 8 9 0 > 2 / & + 8 > + / % 3 @ / < % + 8 2 > < + > A 3 6 6 : < 9 > / > + 8 + . . 3 > 3 9 8 + 6 n b r 7 3 6 / = 9 0 < 3 @ / < 0 < 9 8 > + 1 / H = + 3 . 9 / 6 + 8 + 1 + 8 > 2 / 3 = > < 3 > I = . 3 < / > 9 < 9 0 6 + 8 . + ; ? 3 = 3 > 3 9 8 + 8 . 7 + 8 + 1 / 7 / 8 > b G ' 2 3 = 6 + 8 . : ? < 2 + = / 9 ? 6 . 8 9 > , / 7 + . / : 9 = = 3 , 6 / A 3 > 2 9 ? > 6 + 2 ? + 9 ? 8 > C + = + : + < > 8 / < b H ' 2 / 3 = > < 3 > ? = / . n b 7 3 6 6 3 9 8 3 8 6 9 < 3 . + 9 < / @ / < 0 ? 8 . = 0 9 < 3 > = = 2 + < / 9 0 > 2 / : ? < 2 + = / b 6 + 2 ? + 9 ? 8 > C = : / 8 > r f r 3 8 6 + 2 ? + 9 < / @ / < 0 ? 8 . = 0 9 < 3 > = = 2 + < / 9 0 > 2 / : ? < 2 + = / b ' 2 9 ? 1 2 3 > A + = + 4 9 3 8 > + ; ? 3 = 3 > 3 9 8 > 2 / 3 = > < 3 > A 3 6 6 + = = ? 7 / 6 / + . 6 + 8 . 7 + 8 + 1 / 7 / 8 > + 8 . < / < / + > 3 9 8 < / = : 9 8 = 3 , 3 6 3 > C 9 0 > 2 / : < 9 : / < > C b ' 2 / 3 = > < 3 > : 6 + 8 = > 9 9 : / 8 > 2 / & + 8 > + / % 3 @ / < % + 8 2 : + < / 6 6 + > / < > 2 3 = C / + < 0 9 < 2 3 5 3 8 1 > < + 3 6 < 3 . 3 8 1 + 8 . , 3 C 6 3 8 1 b t ) # ? 1 ? = > r t n t F ' 2 / & ? 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A / > 6 + 8 . = b & 3 6 @ 3 ? 6 > ? < / + > 3 @ 3 > 3 / = 3 8 8 9 8 A / > 6 + 8 . + < / + = 7 ? = > 9 7 : 6 C A 3 > 2 , / = > 7 + 8 + 1 / 7 / 8 > : < + > 3 / = > 9 : < 9 > / > > 2 / / 8 @ 3 < 9 8 7 / 8 > b G 8 . / < = 9 8 9 6 ? 7 , 3 + + 8 . & > < 3 5 6 + 8 . 3 / 6 . 3 7 3 > / . $ + < > 8 / < = 2 3 : 2 + @ / : < 9 @ / 8 > 9 , / . / . 3 + > / . : + < > 8 / < = 3 8 9 8 = / < @ + > 3 9 8 H = + 3 . 9 / 6 + 8 + 1 + 8 > 2 / 3 = > < 3 > I = . 3 < / > 9 < 9 0 6 + 8 . + ; ? 3 = 3 > 3 9 8 + 8 . 7 + 8 + 1 / 7 / 8 > b G ' 2 < 9 ? 1 2 > 2 / = / / 0 0 9 < > = n f + < / = 9 0 C : < / = = + 8 . A / > 6 + 8 . 0 9 < / = > = A 3 6 6 : / < 7 + 8 / 8 > 6 C < / 7 + 3 8 ? 8 > 9 ? 2 / . b H ' 2 / 3 B 3 / 9 ? 8 > C : < 9 : / < > C + . 4 9 3 8 = > 2 / & ? A + 8 8 / / % 3 @ / < / = > ? + < C + 8 . > 2 / 9 A / < & ? 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( A > > G F ; A @ ' 5 5 G D D 7 @ 5 7 ! @ E G D 3 @ 5 7 b 3 @ 6 / A D = 7 D E A ? B ! @ E G D 3 @ 5 7 & A J 7 ? B F ; A @ E b 4 7 8 A D 7 4 ; 6 A B 7 @ ; @ 9 ( > 7 3 E 7 ? 3 D = 7 @ H 7 > A B 7 M + 7 3 > 7 6 ; 6 8 A D & 3 ? 7 A 8 A ? 7 A I @ 7 D N ; 6 E 3 D 7 F A 4 7 A B 7 @ 7 6 3 @ 6 3 I 3 D 6 7 6 G 9 G E F t t t t t t t r 3 @ 6 + 7 B F 7 ? 4 7 D t r r 3 F r B ? D 7 E B 7 5 F ; H 7 > K + * t ! @ 5 : 3 E F : 7 D ; 9 : F F A D 7 < 7 5 F 3 @ K 3 @ 6 3 > > 4 ; 6 E , : 7 4 ; 6 E I ; > > 4 7 3 I 3 D 6 7 6 A @ F : 7 ? A E F 5 A E F 7 8 8 7 5 F ; H 7 4 3 E ; E f

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t b n t & / , # ! 1 / % / . > 0 2 ; < = * B 8 / / * 5 5 9 ; * , = 2 , . < > 0 b r 8 8 = + * 5 5 ; * 7 / 8 ; * = 2 A 2 . 8 > 7 = B r t * / * B . = = . * = # * B 5 8 ; 8 > 7 = B r t ; * / 8 ; * = * 6 2 5 = 8 7 8 > 7 = B r t 1 2 . / 5 * 7 * = " > @ * 7 7 . . r t > 0 t % 8 5 5 . B + * 5 5 8 ; = & 1 2 = . * = ; * 7 / 8 ; f t > 0 t % 8 5 5 . B + * 5 5 . @ + . ; ; B * = * 6 2 5 = 8 7 8 > 7 = B f t * 2 < 8 7 8 > 7 = B * = * / * B . = = . f ; * 7 / 8 ; * = " > @ * 7 7 . . f t " . 9 = % 8 5 5 . B + * 5 5 " = ; * 7 , 2 < * = ; * 7 / 8 ; f " . 9 = b % 8 5 5 . B + * 5 5 * 6 2 5 = 8 7 8 > 7 = B * = ; 8 8 4 < 8 > 7 = B * f 9 6 * / * B . = = . * = # * 5 5 * 1 * < < . . * , 5 * B f " > @ * 7 7 . . * = 8 ; = & 1 2 = . f t 1 2 . / 5 * 7 * = ; * 7 / 8 ; r " . 9 = t 8 8 = + * 5 5 " = ; * 7 , 2 < * = ; * 7 / 8 ; r t * / * B . = = . * = 2 A 2 . 8 > 7 = B r t * 6 2 5 = 8 7 8 > 7 = B * = " > @ * 7 7 . . r t " . 9 = r % 8 5 5 . B + * 5 5 * 6 2 5 = 8 7 8 > 7 = B * = # * 5 5 * 1 * < < . . * , 5 * B f . / / . ; < 8 7 8 > 7 = B * = * / * B . = = . f ; * 7 / 8 ; * = * @ = 1 8 ; 7 . f t " . 9 = % 8 5 5 . B + * 5 5 * / * B . = = . * = * 6 2 5 = 8 7 8 > 7 = B f # ; . 7 = 8 7 * = ; * 7 / 8 ; f t . @ + . ; ; B * = " > @ * 7 7 . . f t 8 B < 8 5 / . B < = 8 7 . . 2 0 1 = < * = " > @ * 7 7 . . n 2 ; 5 < 8 5 / " > @ * 7 7 . . * = . B < = 8 7 . . 2 0 1 = < n " . 9 = 8 8 = + * 5 5 # ; . 7 = 8 7 * = ; * 7 / 8 ; r t * 4 * 5 5 * = * / * B . = = . r t * 2 < 8 7 8 > 7 = B * = " > @ * 7 7 . . r t $ 7 2 8 7 8 > 7 = B * = * 6 2 5 = 8 7 8 > 7 = B r t " . 9 = t % 8 5 5 . B + * 5 5 8 ; = & 1 2 = . * = * 6 2 5 = 8 7 8 > 7 = B f * / * B . = = . * = . 5 5 f ; * 7 / 8 ; * = 2 A 2 . 8 > 7 = B f t " . 9 = n % 8 5 5 . B + * 5 5 . / / . ; < 8 7 8 > 7 = B * = * / * B . = = . f " > @ * 7 7 . . * = " * 7 = * . f t " . 9 = % 8 5 5 . B + * 5 5 ; * 7 / 8 ; * = " = ; * 7 , 2 < f t " . 9 = f % 8 5 5 . B + * 5 5 8 ; = 1 5 8 ; 2 * 1 ; 2 < = 2 * 7 * = * 6 2 5 = 8 7 8 > 7 = B f # * 5 5 * 1 * < < . . * , 5 * B * = * / * B . = = . f 8 5 > 6 + 2 * * = " > @ * 7 7 . . f t 2 A 2 . 8 > 7 = B * = ; * 7 / 8 ; " . 9 = r 8 8 = + * 5 5 ; * 7 / 8 ; * = 2 < 1 8 9 " 7 B . ; r t " = ; * 7 , 2 < * = * / * B . = = . r t " > @ * 7 7 . . * = 8 ; = & 1 2 = . r t * 6 2 5 = 8 7 8 > 7 = B * = $ 7 2 ? . ; < 2 = B 1 ; 2 < = 2 * 7 r t " . 9 = b % 8 5 5 . B + * 5 5 * 6 2 5 = 8 7 8 > 7 = B * = $ 7 2 8 7 8 > 7 = B f * / * B . = = . * = * 2 < 8 7 8 > 7 = B f " > @ * 7 7 . . * = ; * 7 / 8 ; f t " . 9 = b % 8 5 5 . B + * 5 5 * 6 2 5 = 8 7 8 > 7 = B * = " > @ * 7 7 . . f t * / * B . = = . * = 8 ; = 1 5 8 ; 2 * 1 ; 2 < = 2 * 7 f ; * 7 / 8 ; * = ; 8 7 < 8 7 f t 8 B < 8 5 / " > @ * 7 7 . . * = . B < = 8 7 . . 2 0 1 = < n 2 ; 5 < 8 5 / . B < = 8 7 . . 2 0 1 = < * = " > @ * 7 7 . . n " . 9 = b t % 8 5 5 . B + * 5 5 * 2 < 8 7 8 > 7 = B * = * 6 2 5 = 8 7 8 > 7 = B f ; * 7 / 8 ; * = * / * B . = = . f " > @ * 7 7 . . * = & 2 5 5 2 < = 8 7 f t " . 9 = b n 8 8 = + * 5 5 ; * 7 / 8 ; * = # * 5 5 * 1 * < < . . * , 5 * B r t * / * B . = = . * = > , 2 5 5 * 1 ; 2 < = 2 * 7 r t " > @ * 7 7 . . * = " * 7 = * . r t " . 9 = b r % 8 5 5 . B + * 5 5 " > @ * 7 7 . . * = * / * B . = = . f * @ = 1 8 ; 7 . * = ; * 7 / 8 ; f t " . 9 = b % 8 5 5 . B + * 5 5 * 6 2 5 = 8 7 8 > 7 = B * = * / * B . = = . f " > @ * 7 7 . . * = . @ + . ; ; B f t " . 9 = t % 8 5 5 . B + * 5 5 # * 5 5 * 1 * < < . . * , 5 * B * = * 6 2 5 = 8 7 8 > 7 = B f 8 ; = & 1 2 = . * = " > @ * 7 7 . . f ; * 7 / 8 ; * = ( 8 7 0 . , = 8 8 = + * 5 5 ; * 7 / 8 ; * = * A 8 7 r t " = " = . 9 1 . 7 < * = * / * B . = = . r t # * B 5 8 ; 8 > 7 = B * = " > @ * 7 7 . . r t * 6 2 5 = 8 7 8 > 7 = B * = 2 5 5 2 * ; r t , = n % 8 5 5 . B + * 5 5 * 6 2 5 = 8 7 8 > 7 = B * = . / / . ; < 8 7 8 > 7 = B f # ; . 7 = 8 7 * = * / * B . = = . f " > @ * 7 7 . . * = 8 5 > 6 + 2 * f t ; 8 7 < 8 7 * = ; * 7 / 8 ; f t , = % 8 5 5 . B + * 5 5 " > @ * 7 7 . . * = * 6 2 5 = 8 7 8 > 7 = B f . 5 5 * = ; * 7 / 8 ; f t , = r 8 8 = + * 5 5 5 8 ; 2 * . * / * = ; * 7 / 8 ; r t % 8 5 5 . B + * 5 5 ; 8 8 4 < 8 > 7 = B * * = * 6 2 5 = 8 7 8 > 7 = B t * / * B . = = . * = . / / . ; < 8 7 8 > 7 = B f " * 7 = * . * = " > @ * 7 7 . . f t ; * 7 / 8 ; * = # ; . 7 = 8 7 f t , = 8 8 = + * 5 5 * / * B . = = . * = * 7 * ; 2 7 1 ; 2 < = 2 * 7 r t * 6 2 5 = 8 7 8 > 7 = B * = 2 A 2 . 8 > 7 = B r t " > @ * 7 7 . . * = ! * 2 7 . < r t , = % 8 5 5 . B + * 5 5 * / * B . = = . * = # ; . 7 = 8 7 f ; * 7 / 8 ; * = . 5 5 f t t f t b f n r t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n & # % b * 7 ' t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f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b B . * ; < 2 7 * ; 8 @ 8 ? . ; * 2 < 8 7 + > = = 1 . < . 4 2 < @ . ; . 7 F = * ; 8 > 7 + * , 4 = 1 . 7 * 7 7 8 @ * 2 < 8 7 1 * < @ 8 7 5 2 4 . 8 ; b 2 7 * ; 8 @ 2 7 = 1 . < . ; 2 . < E 8 . < * 2 # 1 . . ? . 7 = @ ; * 9 9 . > 9 = 1 . < , 1 8 8 5 < < > 6 6 . ; @ 1 2 , 1 * 5 < 8 2 7 , 5 > . < = 8 9 < = 8 = 1 . * 2 7 . < ? 2 5 5 . " > 7 < . ? . ; * 5 @ . . 4 < * 0 8 / 8 ; " > @ * 7 7 . . * 7 ; * 7 / 8 ; b r t f b n f t f n t r n r b t n

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( * 7 8 9 . ; * = . < * / . 5 B * 7 = 1 . < . + > < 2 7 . < < . < * ; . = 1 . 8 7 . < @ 2 = 1 = 1 . ; 2 0 1 = = 8 8 9 . ; * = . 2 7 = 1 2 < < = * = . % 1 . 7 = . ; 7 . = ; 2 6 . < & 7 2 = > < . < 2 7 ? . < = 2 0 * = 2 ? . 6 . * < > ; . < = 1 * = < > 9 9 5 . 6 . 7 = 8 > ; = ; * 2 = 2 8 7 * 5 / * , . = 8 / * , . . / / 8 ; = < % 1 . < . 8 7 5 2 7 . 6 . = 1 8 < * ; . . / / . , = 2 ? . 2 7 . 7 1 * 7 , 2 7 0 9 > + 5 2 , < * / . = B , 8 7 = 2 7 > 2 7 0 , 8 7 < . ; ? * = 2 8 7 . / / 8 ; = < , 8 6 + * = 2 7 0 2 7 ? * < 2 ? . < 9 . , 2 . < * 7 . 7 < > ; 2 7 0 / * 2 ; + > < 2 7 . < < 9 ; * , = 2 , . < ! 7 . , * < . 2 7 . 7 = ; * 5 5 8 ; 2 * 1 * < . ? . 7 5 . = 8 2 7 ? . < = 2 0 * = 2 8 7 < 2 7 = 8 < 2 A 8 = 1 . ; < = * = . < % 1 . , * < . 2 7 ? 8 5 ? . < * 9 * ; = 2 , > 5 * ; 5 B 5 * ; 0 . 2 5 5 . 0 * 5 2 6 9 8 ; = b . A 9 8 ; = + > < 2 7 . < < = 1 * = @ * < < 1 > = 8 @ 7 5 * < = B . * ; ( 2 7 ? . < = 2 0 * = 8 ; < * ; . , 8 7 = 2 7 > 2 7 0 = 8 . 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n 8 , 4 = ; 2 * 5 5 . = < 4 2 < 6 . = . 8 > = 3 > < = 2 , .

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" ! & $ 6 ; 9 ) 4 ) 5 1 4 ; 7 6 4 5 6 ; ) 9 @ ( , 6 : , ) @ ( , 6 : , ) @ $ 8 ; 5 * 9 t < / < : ; t r 8 5 8 5 r 8 5 8 5 7 9 ; 0 ) 5 1 4 ; 7 6 4 5 6 ; ) 9 @ % 0 < 9 : , ) @ % < : , ) @ $ 8 ; < / < : ; t " 9 r b b 8 t 8 5 n b 8 5 B / ) 9 ; 6 b b 8 % 0 < 9 : , ) @ $ 8 ; t : ; / 9 ) , r b b 8 5 n 6 , / 9 ) , b b 8 5 7 6 , ) @ $ 8 ; t 9 , / 9 ) , r b b 8 5 f ; 0 / 9 ) , b b 8 5 % < : , ) @ $ 8 ; t f r ; 0 / 9 ) , r b b 8 5 ; 0 / 9 ) , b b 8 5 $ 7 < ; 0 ) 5 1 4 ; 7 6 4 5 6 ; ) 9 @ % 0 < 9 : , ) @ % 0 < 9 : , ) @ $ 8 ; < / < : ; t r 8 5 t 8 5 ) 5 1 4 ; 7 6 7 < 6 ; @ 1 / 0 $ + 0 7 7 4 % 0 < 9 : , ) @ < / t r 8 5 9 6 > 7 7 , $ + 0 7 7 4 % 0 < 9 : , ) @ < / t t 8 5 n n f r n f b t f < / < : ; t n n b n b t b " 9 8 4 ) 6 6 1 6 / , ) @ : 6 : 9 = 1 + < / < : ; n n b t b 1 9 : ; , ) @ 7 . : + 0 7 7 4 . 7 9 : ; < , 6 ; : $ 8 ; 5 * 9 t n b t b ) 9 4 @ , 1 : 5 1 : : ) 4 6 : 9 = 1 + $ 8 ; 5 * 9 n b t b ) * 7 9 ) @ 0 7 4 1 , ) @ $ 8 ; 5 * 9 n b n b t b 6 , . 1 9 : ; ) ; ; 6 , ) 6 + 5 7 6 ; 0 n b ! + ; 7 * 9 n b t b ) 9 4 @ , 1 : 5 1 : : ) 4 6 : 9 = 1 + ! + ; 7 * 9 t t t r n b t b % ( 3 ! + ; 7 * 9 t n b t b 6 , : + 7 6 , ) ; ; 6 , ) 6 + 5 7 6 ; 0 f b ! + ; 7 * 9 n r n b t b 6 , 7 . . 1 9 : ; / 9 ) , 1 6 / 8 9 1 7 , 7 = 5 * 9 n b t b ) 9 4 @ , 1 : 5 1 : : ) 4 6 : 9 = 1 + 7 = 5 * 9 t t n b t b ' ; 9 ) 6 : ) @ 0 7 4 1 , ) @ 7 = 5 * 9 t n n b t b % ) + 0 9 > 7 9 3 , ) @ 6 : 9 = 1 + $ ; < , 6 ; 0 7 4 1 , ) @ 7 = 5 * 9 t n b t b 6 , ; 0 1 9 , ) ; ; 6 , ) 6 + 5 7 6 ; 0 b 7 = 5 * 9 n f n n b t b % 0 ) 6 3 : / 1 = 1 6 / 0 7 4 1 , ) @ : + 5 * 9 t n b t b ) 9 4 @ , 1 : 5 1 : : ) 4 6 : 9 = 1 + + 5 * 9 t n b t b ) 9 4 @ , 1 : 5 1 : : ) 4 + 5 * 9 n b t n b t b 0 9 1 : ; 5 ) : 9 ) 3 ) 6 < ) 9 @ n b t t $ ; < , 6 ; : ) 6 , : ; ) . . 9 ; < 9 6 ) 6 < ) 9 @ n b t t 6 , 7 . . 7 < 9 ; 0 ) ; ; 6 , ) 6 + 5 7 6 ; 0 b ) 6 < ) 9 @ t n b t t ) 9 ; 1 6 < ; 0 9 1 6 / 9 0 7 4 1 , ) @ ) 6 < ) 9 @ t n b t t 6 , 7 . : + 7 6 , / 9 ) , 1 6 / 8 9 1 7 , * 9 < ) 9 @ t n b t t 6 , . 1 . ; 0 ) ; ; 6 , ) 6 + 5 7 6 ; 0 t b b * 9 < ) 9 @ n n b t t ) 9 4 @ , 1 : 5 1 : : ) 4 6 : 9 = 1 + * 9 < ) 9 @ t t n b t t % ( 3 * 9 < ) 9 @ n t n b t t " 9 : 1 , 6 ; : B ) @ 0 7 4 1 , ) @ ) 9 + 0 t f n b t t % ( 9 1 ; 1 6 / ) 9 + 0 n n b t t 6 , : 1 ? ; 0 ) ; ; 6 , ) 6 + 5 7 6 ; 0 t n b ) 9 + 0 n n b t t 6 , ; 0 1 9 , / 9 ) , 1 6 / 8 9 1 7 , ) 9 + 0 b n b t t 6 , : = 6 ; 0 ) ; ; 6 , ) 6 + 5 7 6 ; 0 t f b 8 9 1 4 n b t t ) 9 4 @ , 1 : 5 1 : : ) 4 6 : 9 = 1 + 8 9 1 4 t t n t n b t t % # ) , 1 6 / ) ; 0 8 9 1 4 n n n b t t 7 7 , 9 1 , ) @ 0 7 4 1 , ) @ 8 9 1 4 n r n n b t t $ 8 9 1 6 / 9 ) 3 ) @ f n b t t ) 9 4 @ , 1 : 5 1 : : ) 4 6 : 9 = 1 + ) @ r n b t t 6 , 1 / 0 ; 0 ) ; ; 6 , ) 6 + 5 7 6 ; 0 t b ) @ b n b t t 5 7 9 1 ) 4 ) @ 0 7 4 1 , ) @ < 6 n n b t t ) 9 4 @ , 1 : 5 1 : : ) 4 < 6 n b t t ) 9 4 @ , 1 : 5 1 : : ) 4 9 ) , < ) ; 1 7 6 6 , 6 1 6 ; 0 ) ; ; 6 , ) 6 + 5 7 6 ; 0 t b < 6 n b t t " 7 : ; 8 4 ) 6 6 1 6 / < 6 n b t t 7 < 9 , ) @ > 7 9 3 > 3 * / 1 6 : < 6 t t n b t t % ( 3 ) 9 4 @ 1 : 5 1 : : ) 4 % 1 5 : 6 ; 9 ) 4 t n b b 8 5 7 9 ; 0 t n b b 8 5 $ 7 < ; 0 t n b b 8 5 1 / 0 t t r ) 5 9 6 > 7 7 , " 9 t t b ) 5 9 6 > 7 7 , t n t b b ) 5 b b # * + ) # + % & ) r t f f n b

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" / < G B 3 / 1 6 3 @ A : = = 9 B = > @ = D 7 2 3 3 F 1 7 B 7 < 5 3 F > 3 @ 7 3 < 1 3 A 4 = @ 1 6 7 : 2 @ 3 < 7 < B 6 3 1 : / A A @ = = ; 4 @ 3 ? C 3 < B : G C A 7 < 5 7 < B 3 @ / 1 B 7 D 3 A C > > : 7 3 A / < 2 B 3 1 6 < 7 ? C 3 A 7 < B 3 < 2 3 2 B = ; / 9 3 : 3 / @ < 7 < 5 4 C < b + 6 7 : 3 B 3 / 1 6 3 @ A = 4 B 3 < 5 3 B / < / < < C / : A 1 6 = = : A C > > : G 0 C 2 5 3 B B = = = 4 B 3 < E 6 / B B 3 / 1 6 3 @ A C A 3 7 < B 6 3 1 : / A A @ = = ; 7 A > C @ 1 6 / A 3 2 E 7 B 6 ; = < 3 G = C B = 4 B 6 3 7 @ = E < > = 1 9 3 B A b ( 6 / B N A 3 D 3 < ; = @ 3 B @ C 3 7 < : 7 5 6 B = 4 @ 3 1 3 A A 7 = < @ 3 : / B 3 2 0 C 2 5 3 B 1 C B 0 / 1 9 A B 6 / B 6 / D 3 4 = @ 1 3 2 B 3 / 1 6 3 @ A B = @ 3 / 1 6 2 3 3 > 3 @ 7 < B = B 6 3 7 @ = E < 4 C < 2 A B = > / G 4 = @ A C > > : 7 3 A b < > @ 7 : f n n $ 4 4 7 1 3 " / F & L # / B 7 = < / : ( 3 / 1 6 7 < 5 & 3 / : 7 B 7 3 A ' C @ D 3 G M 4 @ = ; 3 : B = < & 3 A 3 / @ 1 6 4 = C < 2 B 6 / B > 3 @ 1 3 < B = 4 ; 3 @ 7 1 / < B 3 / 1 6 3 @ A 4 @ 3 ? C 3 < B : G C A 3 B 6 3 7 @ = E < ; = < 3 G B = A B = 1 9 C > = < A C > > : 7 3 A 4 = @ B 6 3 1 : / A A @ = = ; b < ; = A B > @ = 4 3 A A 7 = < A A C > > : 7 3 A / @ 3 4 C < 2 3 2 0 G 3 ; > : = G 3 @ A b = E 3 D 3 @ B 3 / 1 6 3 @ A K E 6 = ; ; / < G 4 3 3 : / @ 3 C < 2 3 @ > / 7 2 K 4 7 < 2 B 6 3 ; A 3 : D 3 A @ C < < 7 < 5 = C B = 4 ; = < 3 G 4 = @ A C > > : 7 3 A b < A B 3 / 2 = 4 A 1 / : 7 < 5 0 / 1 9 / < 2 : 3 B B 7 < 5 A B C 2 3 < B A A C 4 4 3 @ ; / < G B 3 / 1 6 3 @ A 1 = < B 7 < C 3 B = C A 3 B 6 3 7 @ = E < ; = < 3 G B = 3 < A C @ 3 / E = @ B 6 G 1 : / A A @ = = ; 3 F > 3 @ 7 3 < 1 3 b + 6 / B / @ 3 B 6 3 G 0 C G 7 < 5 B : 3 / A B n > 3 @ 1 3 < B = 4 B 3 / 1 6 3 @ A 7 < B 3 @ D 7 3 E 3 2 7 < B 6 3 A B C 2 G 4 = C < 2 B 6 / B 0 / A 7 1 A A C 1 6 / A > / > 3 @ > @ = 2 C 1 B A / < 2 1 @ / 4 B 7 B 3 ; A / @ 3 7 < A 6 = @ B A C > > : G b " / < G > / @ 3 < B A / @ 3 C < / E / @ 3 B 6 / B B 3 / 1 6 3 @ A C A 3 B 6 3 7 @ = E < 4 C < 2 A 4 = @ A C > > : 7 3 A b C B A B C 2 3 < B A / < 2 > / @ 3 < B A / : 7 9 3 1 / < 2 = B 6 3 7 @ > / @ B B = 1 = < B @ 7 0 C B 3 B = / 0 3 B B 3 @ : 3 / @ < 7 < 5 3 < D 7 @ = < ; 3 < B b + 6 3 < B 3 / 1 6 3 @ A A 3 < 2 6 = ; 3 < = B 3 A @ 3 ? C 3 A B 7 < 5 2 = < / B 7 = < A = 4 A C > > : 7 3 A > / @ 3 < B A A 6 = C : 2 A B 3 > C > B = B 6 3 > : / B 3 b B N A < = B 5 @ 3 3 2 4 3 3 2 7 < 5 B 6 3 A 3 @ 3 ? C 3 A B A 0 C B @ / B 6 3 @ < 3 1 3 A A 7 B G b % / @ 3 < B A 1 / < 8 = 7 < B = 5 3 B 6 3 @ / < 2 1 = < A C : B A 1 6 = = : = 4 4 7 1 7 / : A / 0 = C B B 6 3 7 @ 1 = < 1 3 @ < 4 = @ 2 E 7 < 2 : 7 < 5 A 1 6 = = : 0 C 2 5 3 B A b ! = 1 / : ; 3 @ 1 6 / < B A 1 / < 2 = < / B 3 A 1 6 = = : A C > > : 7 3 A = @ = 4 4 3 @ 2 7 A 1 = C < B A 4 = @ B 3 / 1 6 3 @ A b # = B = < : G 7 A 7 B 4 @ 3 3 / 2 D 3 @ B 7 A 7 < 5 7 B N A 5 = = 2 4 = @ B 6 3 1 = ; ; C < 7 B G / A E 3 : : b ( 3 / 1 6 3 @ A 1 / < 7 < D 3 A B 7 5 / B 3 2 7 A 1 = C < B > @ = 5 @ / ; A / B A 1 6 = = : / < 2 = 4 4 7 1 3 A C > > : G A B = @ 3 A b B B 6 3 0 3 5 7 < < 7 < 5 = 4 B 6 3 G 3 / @ B 3 / 1 6 3 @ A C A C / : : G 7 A A C 3 / : 7 A B = 4 < 3 1 3 A A / @ G 1 : / A A @ = = ; A C > > : 7 3 A b % / @ 3 < B A / < 2 = B 6 3 @ 1 = ; ; C < 7 B G ; 3 ; 0 3 @ A 1 / < E = @ 9 B = 5 3 B 6 3 @ B = 1 = ; > : 3 B 3 B 6 3 : 7 A B b B N A < = B 8 C A B 1 : / A A @ = = ; A C > > : 7 3 A 3 7 B 6 3 @ b ' = ; 3 B 3 / 1 6 3 @ A C A 3 B 6 3 7 @ = E < ; = < 3 G B = 6 3 : > A B C 2 3 < B A E 6 = ; / G < = B 6 / D 3 ; = < 3 G 4 = @ : C < 1 6 b C < 2 @ / 7 A 3 @ A 4 = @ B 6 3 1 : / A A @ = = ; 1 / < 0 3 / 5 = = 2 E / G B = @ / 7 A 3 3 F B @ / ; = < 3 G 4 = @ ; 7 A 1 3 : : / < 3 = C A 3 F > 3 < A 3 A b ! t b n b r b $ 2 0 ' 1 r f r t b n b r f n t r n K e i t h L . H i t s o n , L i c . B r o k e r f r b t b n t t W E L C O M E B A C K ! t n b t B r o w n s F l o w e r s & G i f t s r b n b r f t r b b r r f n b t f b r f t n b r f r f n t n b t b r f n J a m i e s S a l o n C a l l f o r o u r s p e c i a l p r i c e s o n b a c k t o s c h o o l h a i r c u t s & o t h e r s e r v i c e s ! 3 0 2 H a t l e y S t . J a s p e r J a m i e B a r k e r , O w n e r / S t y l i s t 3 8 6 7 9 2 1 2 4 4 3 / @ % / @ 3 < B A + 3 / @ 3 : = = 9 7 < 5 4 = @ E / @ 2 B = / 2 G < / ; 7 1 G 3 / @ 6 3 @ 3 / B 3 < B @ / : / ; 7 : B = < : 3 ; 3 < B / @ G ' 1 6 = = : b E / < B B = B / 9 3 B 6 7 A = > > = @ B C < 7 B G B = B 6 / < 9 G = C 4 = @ A C 1 6 / E = < 2 3 @ 4 C : G 3 / @ E 7 B 6 > / @ 3 < B 7 < D = : D 3 ; 3 < B b + 3 / 1 1 = ; > : 7 A 6 3 2 / 5 @ 3 / B 2 3 / : = 4 E = @ 9 B = 5 3 B 6 3 @ B 6 7 A > / A B G 3 / @ / < 2 : = = 9 4 = @ E / @ 2 B = E = @ 9 7 < 5 B = 5 3 B 6 3 @ E 7 B 6 / : : = 4 G = C / 5 / 7 < B 6 7 A G 3 / @ b $ C @ B 3 / 1 6 3 @ A @ 3 1 3 7 D 3 2 ' ) " ' ' B C 2 3 < B A ) A 7 < 5 " / B 6 / < 2 ' 1 7 3 < 1 3 B @ / 7 < 7 < 5 B 6 7 A A C ; ; 3 @ b $ C @ B 3 / 1 6 3 @ A 1 = ; 0 7 < 3 2 E 7 B 6 # = @ B 6 / < 2 ' = C B 6 : 3 ; 3 < B / @ G B 3 / 1 6 3 @ A 6 / D 3 E = @ 9 3 2 B 6 7 A A C ; ; 3 @ B = 2 3 1 7 2 3 / < 2 E @ 7 B 3 > / 1 7 < 5 5 C 7 2 3 A 4 = @ B 6 3 & 3 / 2 7 < 5 / < 2 " / B 6 C @ @ 7 1 C : C ; b + 3 6 / D 3 ; / < G < 3 E A B @ / B 3 5 7 3 A / < 2 / 1 B 7 D 7 B 7 3 A B 6 / B E 3 : = = 9 4 = @ E / @ 2 B = A 6 / @ 7 < 5 E 7 B 6 G = C @ 1 6 7 : 2 b $ C @ ; / 7 < @ 3 / A = < 4 = @ 0 3 7 < 5 6 3 @ 3 7 A G = C @ 1 6 7 : 2 b + 3 0 3 : 7 3 D 3 B 6 / B G = C @ 1 6 7 : 2 E 7 : : @ 3 / 1 6 B 6 3 7 @ 6 7 5 6 3 A B : 3 / @ < 7 < 5 5 / 7 < A B 6 7 A G 3 / @ b + 3 / : A = 0 3 : 7 3 D 3 B 6 / B G = C @ 1 6 7 : 2 E 7 : : @ 3 / 1 6 / < 2 3 F 1 3 3 2 % 2 3 ? C / B 3 3 / @ : G % @ = 5 @ 3 A A B 6 7 A G 3 / @ b % : 3 / A 3 6 / D 3 G = C @ 1 6 7 : 2 / B 0 G / b ; b B = 0 3 5 7 < A 1 6 = = : b $ C @ 7 < A B @ C 1 B 7 = < / : 2 / G 0 3 5 7 < A / B / b ; b + 3 6 / D 3 / < 3 / @ : 7 3 @ 0 3 5 7 < < 7 < 5 B 7 ; 3 B 6 7 A G 3 / @ B = 3 F B 3 < 2 B 6 3 : 3 / @ < 7 < 5 2 / G / < 2 3 F B 3 < 2 G = C @ 1 6 7 : 2 N A : 3 / @ < 7 < 5 B 7 ; 3 b $ C @ 2 7 A ; 7 A A / : B 7 ; 3 7 A f 7 < B 6 3 / 4 B 3 @ < = = < b B 7 A D 3 @ G 7 ; > = @ B / < B B 6 / B G = C @ 1 6 7 : 2 0 3 / B A 1 6 = = : / : : 2 / G b + 3 / @ 3 E = @ 9 7 < 5 B = / 1 6 7 3 D 3 % / < 2 / ; C 1 6 6 7 5 6 3 @ A 1 6 = = : 5 @ / 2 3 B 6 7 A G 3 / @ b % : 3 / A 3 B / : 9 B = G = C @ 1 6 7 : 2 3 D 3 @ G 2 / G / 0 = C B B 6 3 7 @ / A A 7 5 < ; 3 < B A / < 2 ; / 9 3 A C @ 3 G = C @ 1 6 7 : 2 @ 3 / 2 A r n ; 7 < C B 3 A 3 D 3 @ G < 7 5 6 B = 4 B 6 3 E 3 3 9 b A 9 G = C 1 6 7 : 2 B = B 3 : : G = C / 0 = C B B 6 3 A B = @ G B 6 3 G 1 6 = A 3 B = @ 3 / 2 b % : 3 / A 3 1 / : : C A 7 4 G = C < 3 3 2 = C @ 6 3 : > b + 3 / @ 3 / A 9 7 < 5 3 D 3 @ G = < 3 B = A B = > / B B 6 3 4 @ = < B 1 = C < B 3 @ / < 2 ; / 9 3 / < / > > = 7 < B ; 3 < B B = A 3 3 G = C @ 1 6 7 : 2 N A B 3 / 1 6 3 @ b + 3 E 7 : : 2 3 : 7 D 3 @ B 6 3 ; 3 A A / 5 3 / < 2 G = C @ 1 6 7 : 2 N A B 3 / 1 6 3 @ E 7 : : 1 / : : G = C b + 3 < 3 3 2 B = 5 C / @ 2 = C @ 7 < A B @ C 1 B 7 = < / : ; 7 < C B 3 A E 7 B 6 G = C @ 1 6 7 : 2 b = C ; / G ; 3 3 B E 7 B 6 B 6 3 B 3 / 1 6 3 @ 2 C @ 7 < 5 B 6 3 7 @ > : / < < 7 < 5 > 3 @ 7 = 2 b = C ; / G = 0 A 3 @ D 3 7 < B 6 3 1 : / A A E 7 B 6 = < 3 2 / G N A < = B 7 1 3 b + 3 / > > @ 3 1 7 / B 3 G = C A 3 < 2 7 < 5 G = C @ 1 6 7 : 2 B = 3 < B @ / : / ; 7 : B = < : 3 ; 3 < B / @ G ' 1 6 = = : b + 6 3 < E 3 / : : E = @ 9 B = 5 3 B 6 3 @ 4 = @ G = C @ 1 6 7 : 2 N A 3 2 C 1 / B 7 = < / : < 3 3 2 A E 3 1 / < / : : A C 1 1 3 3 2 b & 3 ; 3 ; 0 3 @ / 5 : 3 A @ 3 = @ < B = : G = C @ % @ 7 < 1 7 > / : 3 B B G < < ' C ; < 3 @ 7 < 2 3 @ 5 / @ B 3 < ! 7 A B @ / G = < A = : = @ 3 2 % 3 < 1 7 : A / < 2 ' / < 7 B 7 H 3 @ f 0 = B B : 3 A < = 7 < 2 7 D 7 2 C / : A 7 H 3 0 = B B : 3 A > : 3 / A 3 : ; 3 @ 5 : C 3 A B 7 1 9 A f > / 1 9 A . 7 > : = 1 / 5 A > 7 < B / < 2 ? C / @ B A 7 H 3 : = @ = F + 7 > 3 A f / 0 G + 7 > 3 A > / 1 9 @ G @ / A 3 F > = " / @ 9 3 @ A > / 1 9 A : ; 3 @ + 6 7 B 3 : C 3 f 0 = B B : 3 A 0 / 1 9 > / 1 9 0 @ 7 < 5 B = A 1 6 = = : * & A B @ / 2 3 ! 7 A B ( 6 7 A : 7 A B 7 A 4 = @ B 6 3 3 < B 7 @ 3 A 1 6 = = : G 3 / @ f 1 = C < B 0 = F 3 A = 4 1 @ / G = < A 5 : C 3 A B 7 1 9 A f > / 1 9 A = 4 < 2 3 F 1 / @ 2 A 0 = F t > / 1 9 A = 4 f > 3 < 1 7 : A f > / 1 9 A = 4 1 / > 3 @ / A 3 @ A 0 = F = 4 5 / : : = < . 7 > : = 1 / 5 A 0 = F = 4 ? C / @ B . 7 > : = 1 / 5 A 0 = F = 4 B 7 A A C 3 A 0 = F = 4 0 / 0 G E 7 > 3 A f : = @ = F E 7 > 3 A > = 1 9 3 B 4 = : 2 3 @ A A = : 7 2 1 = : = @ A r 0 = B B : 3 A = 4 6 / < 2 A / < 7 B 7 H 3 @ @ = : : = 4 > / > 3 @ B = E 3 : A 1 @ / G = < 0 = F 0 = = 9 0 / 5 = @ 0 / 1 9 > / 1 9 f < 2 @ / 2 3 ! 7 A B 0 = F 3 A = 4 > 3 < 1 7 : A 0 : / 1 9 2 @ G 3 @ / A 3 ; / @ 9 3 @ A < = F > = 0 @ / < 2 > : 3 / A 3 4 = C @ > / 1 9 = 4 A B 7 1 9 G < = B 3 A / < G 9 7 < 2 1 = : = @ = @ A 7 H 3 f < 2 3 F 1 / @ 2 A r F E 6 7 B 3 ' B C @ 2 G 1 @ / G = < t > 3 < 1 7 : 0 = F f 0 = F 3 A = 4 1 @ / G = < A > / 1 9 = 4 ; / @ 9 3 @ A f > / 1 9 A = 4 1 / > 3 @ / A 3 @ A f 5 : C 3 A B 7 1 9 A f > : / A B 7 1 > = 1 9 3 B 4 = : 2 3 @ A E 7 B 6 r > @ = < 5 A @ 3 2 / < 2 = @ / < 5 3 f 0 = F 3 A = 4 B 7 A A C 3 A f 0 = B B : 3 A = 4 6 / < 2 A / < 7 B 7 H 3 @ t 6 / < 2 A = / > > / 1 9 = 4 E 7 2 3 @ C : 3 2 : = = A 3 < = B 3 0 = = 9 > / > 3 @ f 0 = B B : 3 A = 4 : = @ = F E 7 > 3 A f + 3 B + 7 > 3 A 0 = F 3 / 1 6 = 4 5 / : : = < ? C / @ B / < 2 A / < 2 E 7 1 6 A 7 H 3 2 . 7 > : = 1 0 / 5 A ; / @ 0 : 3 1 = ; > = A 7 B 7 = < < = B 3 0 = = 9 A % ! ' A 3 < 2 0 = F = @ 0 / 5 = 4 1 = = 9 7 3 A t 1 @ / 1 9 3 @ A 3 / 1 6 ; = < B 6 % ! ' $ # $ ( A 3 < 2 A B C 2 3 < B > 3 < 1 7 : A 6 / @ > 3 < 3 @ A r @ 2 @ / 2 3 ! 7 A B > / 1 9 A = 4 : = = A 3 E 7 2 3 @ C : 3 2 < = B 3 0 = = 9 > / > 3 @ r > / 1 9 A = 4 f > 3 < 1 7 : A < = ; 3 1 6 / < 7 1 / : > 3 < 1 7 : A : / @ 5 3 > / 1 9 = 4 3 @ / A 3 @ A A > 7 @ / : t 1 = ; > = A 7 B 7 = < < = B 3 0 = = 9 A A C 0 8 3 1 B > / > 3 @ 4 = : 2 3 @ A E 7 B 6 r > @ = < 5 A r @ 7 < 5 0 7 < 2 3 @ < = B 3 0 = = 9 < = : / @ 5 3 @ B 6 / < 7 < b f 0 = F 3 A = 4 B 7 A A C 3 A 1 = < B / 7 < 3 @ = 4 6 / < 2 A / < 7 B 7 H 3 @ > / 1 9 = 4 1 @ / G = < A 5 : C 3 A B 7 1 9 > / 1 9 = 4 ? C / @ B A 7 H 3 . 7 > : = 1 0 / 5 A > / 1 9 = 4 5 / : : = < A 7 H 3 . 7 > : = 1 0 / 5 A > / 1 9 = 4 A < / 1 9 A 7 H 3 . 7 > : = 1 0 / 5 A . 7 > > 3 @ 1 / A 3 4 = @ > 3 < 1 7 : A / < 2 1 @ / G = < A > : 3 / A 3 < = > : / A B 7 1 A 1 6 = = : 0 = F 3 A > / 1 9 = 4 6 7 5 6 : 7 5 6 B 3 @ A > / 1 9 = 4 @ 3 2 > 3 < A > / 1 9 = 4 E 6 7 B 3 7 < 2 3 F 1 / @ 2 A r F : 7 < 3 2 f > / 1 9 A = 4 > = A B 7 B < = B 3 A > / 1 9 = 4 F > = 2 @ G 3 @ / A 3 ; / @ 9 3 @ A 0 / 1 9 > / 1 9 E 6 3 3 : A < = B @ 3 1 = ; ; 3 < 2 3 2 # $ : / @ 5 3 < = B 3 0 = = 9 A = @ 0 7 < 2 3 @ A B 6 @ / 2 3 ! 7 A B f > / 1 9 A < = B 3 0 = = 9 > / > 3 @ = ; > = A 7 B 7 = < # = B 3 0 = = 9 A f ' > 7 @ / : # = B 3 0 = = 9 A f % = 1 9 3 B = : 2 3 @ A > / 1 9 / 5 3 = 4 > 3 < 1 7 : A > / 1 9 / 5 3 = 4 1 = : = @ 3 2 > 3 < 1 7 : A 0 = F = 4 1 @ / G = < A > / 1 9 / 5 3 ; / @ 9 3 @ A > / 1 9 / 5 3 < = B 3 0 = = 9 2 7 D 7 2 3 @ A > / 7 @ 0 : C < B B 7 > A 1 7 A A = @ A ( 7 A A C 3 A t : = @ = F + 7 > 3 A / < 2 ' / < 7 B 7 H 3 @ B 6 @ / 2 3 ! 7 A B # = b f % 3 < 1 7 : A K r A 6 / @ > 3 < 3 2 3 D 3 @ G 2 / G b + 7 2 3 & C : 3 2 ! = = A 3 ! 3 / 4 # = B 3 0 = = 9 % / > 3 @ I r : / @ 5 3 > / 1 9 A b = ; > = A 7 B 7 = < # = B 3 0 = = 9 A = < 3 A E 7 B 6 < = A > 7 @ / : E 7 @ 3 b & 3 2 4 3 : B B 7 > > 3 < A f C A 3 2 4 = @ 5 @ / 2 7 < 5 b : 3 3 < 3 F r 0 = F 3 A / < 2 ' / < 7 B 7 H 3 @ f 0 = B B : 3 A 4 < 3 1 3 A A / @ G E 3 E 7 : : / A 9 4 = @ / 0 = D 3 7 B 3 ; A B = 0 3 @ 3 A B = 1 9 3 2 7 < / < C / @ G b B 6 @ / 2 3 ! 7 A B J f 7 < 1 6 0 7 < 2 3 @ A t < = B 3 0 = = 9 A K > / 1 9 A : = = A 3 : 3 / 4 > / > 3 @ f K % / 1 9 A = 4 > 3 < 1 7 : A K > / 1 9 = 4 > 3 < A 0 : / 1 9 = @ 0 : C 3 K 0 = F 1 = : = @ 3 2 > 3 < 1 7 : A f K > / 1 9 A = 4 A C 0 8 3 1 B 2 7 D 7 2 3 @ A K : = @ = F E 7 > 3 A K 6 / < 2 A / < 7 B 7 H 3 @ ! t ! b ! # f r b r n r t f 3 B B G < < ' C ; < 3 @ % @ 7 < 1 7 > / : $ 4 4 7 1 3 r f r n , r f f C 5 C A B f f n n " # ! ' 1 6 = = : ' B / @ B A < 2 A / b ; b f > b ; b # / b ; b f > b ; b ' / b ; b f > b ; b ' n n / b ; b r f > b ; b @ 3 3 < E = = 2 % r n / b ; b f r n > b ; b @ 3 3 < E = = 2 f r n / b ; b r n > b ; b 1 6 / < 5 3 A / @ 3 > 3 < 2 7 < 5 = / @ 2 / > > @ = D / : = < t t n f b t n r 7 A B @ 7 1 B / ; = < 3 / A r f f 7 A B @ 7 1 B f / @ G = 2 E 7 < r f r f 7 A B @ 7 1 B r 3 / < 7 3 / < 7 3 : A r f n r 7 A B @ 7 1 B = G 1 3 ' 6 / E r r r 7 A B @ 7 1 B = < 3 < < 3 ; / < r f f ' C > 3 @ 7 < B 3 < 2 3 < B = 4 ' 1 6 = = : A " / @ B 6 / C B : 3 @ r f f f ' 1 6 = = : = / @ 2 B B = @ < 3 G / G b + 7 : : 7 < 5 6 / ; @ b r f r r nt ! " ! # f ' $ % ) ' 1 2 4 . & * . ( , $ 2 2 1 / / 4 0 0 , * ' 2

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& : 3 / A 3 : / 0 3 : / : : A C > > : 7 3 A 0 = = 9 0 / 5 A @ 3 ; = D / 0 : 3 1 : = B 6 7 < 5 A C 1 6 / A 8 / 1 9 3 B A E 7 B 6 6 7 : 2 K A $ / ; 3 t ! 7 < 2 3 @ 5 / @ B 3 < " 7 A B f > : / A B 7 1 A 1 6 = = : 0 = F f > / 1 9 = 4 > 3 < 1 7 : A r 0 7 5 3 @ / A 3 @ A > / 1 9 A = 4 b 1 = C < B @ / G = : / 1 @ / G = < A f > / 1 9 = 4 1 = : = @ 3 2 ; / @ 9 3 @ A f > / 1 9 2 @ G b 3 @ / A 3 ; / @ 9 3 @ A 5 : C 3 A B 7 1 9 A f > / 7 @ = 4 A / 4 3 B G A 1 7 A A = @ A < = A 6 / @ > > = 7 < B A f 0 = F = 4 ! : 3 3 < 3 F B 7 A A C 3 f 0 = F = 4 . 7 > : = 1 0 / 5 A 5 / : : = < = @ A < / 1 9 A 7 H 3 f 0 = B B : 3 = 4 / < B 7 0 / 1 B 3 @ 7 / : 6 / < 2 A / < 7 B 7 H 3 @ = H = @ : / @ 5 b 3 @ f 0 = = 9 0 / 5 > @ 3 4 3 @ / 0 : G < = @ = : : 7 < 5 0 = = 9 0 / 5 A = @ E 6 3 3 : A f B = E 3 : 4 = @ ? C 7 3 B B 7 ; 3 < = > : / A B 7 1 ; / B A + ( " ( ) b 4 G = C E = C : 2 : 7 9 3 B = 2 = < / B 3 / < G = 4 B 6 3 4 = : : = E 7 < 5 7 B 3 ; A B = = C @ 1 : / A A b @ = = ; A E 3 E = C : 2 : = D 3 G = C @ 6 3 : > / < 2 A C > > = @ B t ) 6 3 4 = : : = E 7 < 5 7 B 3 ; A / @ 3 1 = ; b > : 3 B 3 : G = > b B 7 = < / : t ) 6 / < 9 A / 5 / 7 < 4 = @ G = C @ A C > b > = @ B : = @ = F = @ " G A = : E 7 > 3 A & / > 3 @ > : / B 3 A / < 2 < / > 9 7 < A < 7 ; / : = @ = : 2 4 7 A 6 1 @ / 1 9 b 3 @ A A < / 1 9 B 7 ; 3 < 2 7 D 7 2 C / : : G E @ / > > 3 2 1 / < 2 G < = 6 / @ 2 1 / < 2 G > : 3 / A 3 f A B @ / 2 3 " 7 A B f A C > > : G A 1 6 = = : 0 = F A ; / : : > : / A B 7 1 = @ > = C 1 6 f > / 1 9 = 4 > 3 < 1 7 : A r : / @ 5 3 @ 3 2 3 @ / A 3 @ A r > / 1 9 A = 4 f b 1 = C < B @ / G = : / 1 @ / G = < A f : ; 3 @ K A = H t 5 : C 3 0 = B B : 3 n 5 : C 3 A B 7 1 9 A ( 1 7 A A = @ A I 7 A 9 / @ A J / @ 3 B 6 3 0 3 A B 4 = @ A B C 2 3 < B A B = C A 3 r 0 = F 3 A = 4 ! : 3 3 < 3 F f 0 = F = 4 . 7 > : = 1 0 / 5 A ( / < 2 E 7 1 6 A 7 H 3 f 0 = B B : 3 = 4 / < B 7 0 / 1 B 3 @ 7 / : 6 / < 2 A / < 7 B 7 H 3 @ = H = @ : / @ 5 b 3 @ = = 9 0 / 5 / @ > 6 = < 3 A 4 = @ 1 = ; > C B 3 @ C A 3 f b @ 7 < 5 > : / A B 7 1 0 7 < 2 3 @ 4 = @ ' 3 / 2 7 < 5 / < 2 ( > 3 : : 7 < 5 : 7 A B A b D 3 @ G 7 ; > = @ B / < B r < 2 @ / 2 3 " 7 A B f A C > > : G A 1 6 = = : 0 = F r r b > / 1 9 = 4 > 3 < 1 7 : A f 0 = F > 3 < 1 7 : B = > 3 @ / A 3 @ A @ / G = : / 1 @ / G = < A # / @ 9 3 @ A = @ 1 = : = @ 3 2 > 3 < 1 7 : A f : ; 3 @ K A = H 5 : C 3 E 7 B 6 = @ / < 5 3 1 / > A ( 1 7 A A = @ A I 7 A 9 / @ A J / @ 3 B 6 3 0 3 A B 4 = @ A B C 2 3 < B A B = C A 3 f 0 = F = 4 ! : 3 3 < 3 F f 1 : 7 > 0 = / @ 2 r 0 = B B : 3 A = 4 / < B 7 0 / 1 B 3 @ 7 / : A = / > = = 9 0 / 5 r f b A C 0 8 3 1 B < = B 3 0 = = 9 > / 5 3 A + 7 2 3 b @ C : 3 2 < = B 3 0 = = 9 > / > 3 @ r > / 1 9 A r ; 3 2 7 C ; = @ : / @ 5 3 0 = = 9 1 = D 3 @ A & @ 7 < B 3 @ > / > 3 @ = > B 7 = < / : @ 2 @ / 2 3 " 7 A B ( 1 7 A A = @ A 7 A 9 / @ A & 3 < 1 7 : A + 7 2 3 b @ C : 3 2 : = = A 3 b : 3 / 4 < = B 3 0 = = 9 > / > 3 @ @ / G = < A / 1 9 > / 1 9 : C 3 A B 7 1 9 A r 0 = F 3 A = 4 ! : 3 3 < 3 F B 7 A A C 3 r b ( > 7 @ / : 0 = C < 2 < = B 3 0 = = 9 A A 6 3 3 B A f ; / @ 0 : 3 1 = D 3 @ 1 = ; > = A 7 B 7 = < < = B 3 0 = = 9 f A 6 3 3 B A * # % A B @ 3 B 1 6 / 0 : 3 0 = = 9 1 = D 3 @ A f 0 = F . 7 > : = 1 0 / 5 A f > / 1 9 E 6 7 B 3 1 = ; > C B 3 @ > / > 3 @ 4 = @ 1 1 3 : 3 @ / B 3 2 # / B 6 $ % ) @ / > > 3 @ 9 3 3 > 3 @ A = @ : / @ 5 3 < = B 3 0 = = 9 A 2 C 3 B = : 7 ; 7 B 3 2 2 3 A 9 A > / 1 3 B 6 @ / 2 3 " 7 A B & 3 < 1 7 : A < = ; 3 1 6 / < 7 1 / : f > / 1 9 = 4 3 @ / A 3 @ A f B 6 @ 3 3 b @ 7 < 5 0 7 < 2 3 @ f 7 < 1 6 > / 1 9 A = 4 1 = : : 3 5 3 @ C : 3 2 > / > 3 @ < / @ @ = E A > / 1 7 < 5 r 5 : C 3 A B 7 1 9 A f > / 1 9 = 4 f b = @ r b 1 = C < B 1 @ / G = < A f > / 1 9 = 4 2 @ G b 3 @ / A 3 ; / @ 9 3 @ A ( B C 2 3 < B b A 7 H 3 A 1 7 A A = @ A b 7 A 9 / @ A E = @ 9 0 3 A B ( ; / : : > 3 < 1 7 : 0 = F r 0 = F 3 A = 4 B 7 A b A C 3 A r > / 1 9 A = 4 & = A B b 7 B A B 7 1 9 G < = B 3 A f A 3 B = 4 3 / @ > 6 = < 3 A E 7 : : 0 3 C A 3 2 7 < 6 = ; 3 @ = = ; f 1 : 7 > 0 = / @ 2 r = < 3 b A C 0 8 3 1 B A > 7 @ / : < = B 3 0 = = 9 A b > / 5 3 A 3 / 1 6 r ; / @ 0 : 3 1 = ; > = A 7 B 7 = < 0 = = 9 A & : 3 / A 3 $ % ) @ / > > 3 @ 9 3 3 > 3 @ A 0 3 1 / C A 3 E 3 / @ 3 : 7 ; 7 B b 3 2 = < A > / 1 3 t : / A A @ = = ; F B @ / A = > B 7 = < / : 3 @ ; b , 0 7 5 5 3 @ 0 = B B : 3 A = < : G > : 3 / A 3 0 / 0 G E 7 > 3 A > / > 3 @ B = E 3 : A . 7 > : = 1 0 / 5 A ? C / @ B / < 2 5 / : : = < A 7 H 3 A 0 @ = E < = @ E 6 7 B 3 > / > 3 @ 0 / 5 A : C < 1 6 0 / 5 A 7 H 3 B 6 @ / 2 3 " 7 A B 7 D 3 b A C 0 8 3 1 B A > 7 @ / : < = B 3 0 = = 9 A f = ; > = A 7 B 7 = < < = B 3 0 = = 9 = : 2 3 @ A & / 1 9 A = 4 < = B 3 0 = = 9 > / > 3 @ b E 7 2 3 @ C : 3 2 f > / 1 9 = 4 7 < 2 3 F 1 / @ 2 A f > / 1 9 = 4 F > = 2 @ G 3 @ / A 3 ; / @ 9 3 @ A f > / 1 9 = 4 A B 7 1 9 G < = B 3 A 0 = F 3 A = 4 ! : 3 3 < 3 F f 0 = B B : 3 = 4 6 / < 2 A / < 7 B 7 H 3 @ f > / 1 9 = 4 @ 3 2 > 3 < 1 7 : A = @ > 3 < A r > / 1 9 A = 4 0 : C 3 = @ 0 : / 1 9 7 < 9 > 3 < A r > 3 < 1 7 : A < = ; 3 1 6 / < 7 1 / : > 3 < 1 7 : A B 6 @ / 2 3 " 7 A B & 3 < 1 7 : A ' 3 2 0 : / 1 9 0 : C 3 7 < 9 > 3 < A " = = A 3 b : 3 / 4 < = B 3 0 = = 9 > / > 3 @ & / 1 9 = 4 1 = ; > C B 3 @ = @ > @ 7 < B 3 @ > / > 3 @ = > B 7 = < / : ! t b n r b f b $ . , & F r o m t h e F i r s t D a y t o t h e L a s t . . . w e w i s h e v e r y s t u d e n t a h a p p y a n d s u c c e s s f u l y e a r ! t n n r n f t t b 2 0 2 N W C e n t r a l A v e . , J a s p e r , F L 3 8 6 7 9 2 1 0 5 2 t n b f n & ! % ' , ! % # ! + r + + ( # , ! + . . . 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B = = C @ $ = @ B 6 / ; 7 : B = < : 3 ; 3 < B / @ G ( 1 6 = = : A B C 2 3 < B A / < 2 > / @ 3 < B A / D 3 G = C ; 7 A A 3 2 A 3 3 7 < 5 G = C @ 4 @ 7 3 < 2 A = D 3 @ B 6 3 A C ; ; 3 @ ( / D 3 G = C ; 7 A A 3 2 A 3 3 7 < 5 G = C @ B 3 / 1 6 3 @ A = D 3 @ B 6 3 A C ; ; 3 @ ( / D 3 G = C ; 7 A A 3 2 6 / D 7 < 5 6 = ; 3 E = @ 9 = D 3 @ B 6 3 A C ; ; 3 @ + 6 / B < = I ( J 4 = @ 6 = ; 3 E = @ 9 = C @ B 3 / 1 6 3 @ A / < 2 / @ 3 8 C A B / A 3 F 1 7 B 3 2 / A G = C / @ 3 B = 0 3 5 7 < B 6 3 < 3 E r f b r f f A 1 6 = = : G 3 / @ / A E 3 6 / D 3 / : A = ; 7 A A 3 2 G = C / < 2 1 / < < = B E / 7 B B = A 3 3 G = C t ( = 1 = ; 3 = C B = < ) 6 C @ A 2 / G C 5 C A B f B 6 / A E 3 E 7 : : 6 = A B B 6 3 < < C b / : ) 7 B : 3 & / @ 3 < B < D = : D 3 ; 3 < B # 3 3 B 7 < 5 0 3 5 7 < < 7 < 5 / B f r t & / @ 3 < B A > : 3 / A 3 > : / < B = > / @ B 7 1 7 > / B 3 7 < B 6 3 ; 3 3 B 7 < 5 / A E 7 : : A 6 / @ 3 7 ; > = @ B / < B 7 < 4 = @ ; / B 7 = < / 0 = C B G = C @ 1 6 7 : 2 K A 3 2 C 1 / B 7 = < / < 2 6 = E G = C 1 / < 0 3 7 < D = : D 3 2 7 < B 6 3 > @ = 1 3 A A t 3 5 7 < < 7 < 5 / B f b r = < B 6 / B A / ; 3 2 / G C 5 C A B f B 6 G = C 1 / < I # 3 3 B = C @ ) 3 / 1 6 3 @ J t : / A A @ = = ; @ = A B 3 @ A E 7 : : 0 3 > = A B 3 2 / B B 6 3 1 = < 1 : C A 7 = < = 4 B 6 3 ) 7 B : 3 > / @ 3 < B ; 3 3 B 7 < 5 t ) 6 3 4 7 @ A B 2 / G = 4 A 1 6 = = : 7 A # = < 2 / G C 5 C A B r @ 2 E 7 B 6 B 6 3 0 3 5 7 < < 7 < 5 B 7 ; 3 = 4 / t ; t & @ 3 b 9 7 < 2 3 @ 5 / @ B 3 < A B C 2 3 < B A E 7 : : ; 3 3 B 7 < B 6 3 1 : / A A @ = = ; t ! 7 < 2 3 @ 5 / @ B 3 < B 6 @ = C 5 6 ( 7 F B 6 @ / 2 3 A B C 2 3 < B A / < 2 > / @ 3 < B A E 7 : : ; 3 3 B 7 < B 6 3 / C 2 7 B = @ 7 C ; / A E 3 9 7 1 9 = 4 4 B 6 3 $ 3 E 3 / @ & / @ 3 < B A 3 < 1 = C @ / 5 3 G = C B = A 7 5 < C > B = 0 3 / 1 : / A A @ = = ; D = : C < B 3 3 @ / < 2 8 = 7 < = C @ & / @ 3 < B ) 3 / 1 6 3 @ % @ 5 / < 7 H / B 7 = < & ) % B = 0 3 7 < D = : D 3 2 E 7 B 6 G = C @ 1 6 7 : 2 / < 2 = C @ A 1 6 = = : t ) 6 / < 9 G = C B = = C @ A B C 2 3 < B A / < 2 = C @ A B / 4 4 / A E 3 : : / A = C @ > / @ 3 < B A 4 = @ 3 D 3 @ G = < 3 K A 6 / @ 2 E = @ 9 / < 2 A C > > = @ B = 4 3 / 1 6 = B 6 3 @ 2 C @ 7 < 5 B 6 7 A : / A B A 1 6 = = : G 3 / @ t + 3 9 < = E B 6 / B E 7 B 6 G = C @ 1 = < B 7 < C / : A C > > = @ B / < 2 7 < D = : D 3 ; 3 < B = C @ $ = @ B 6 / ; 7 : B = < : 3 ; 3 < B / @ G ( 1 6 = = : E 7 : : 1 = < B 7 < C 3 I 1 6 / < 5 7 < 5 : 7 D 3 A B 6 @ = C 5 6 ? 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# 6 9 9 6 < ; @ < 3 = 2 < = 9 2 6 ; 0 9 B 1 6 ; 4 @ 0 5 < < 9 0 5 6 9 1 ? 2 ; B @ 2 . 0 < : = B A 2 ? : < / 6 9 2 = 5 < ; 2 < ? . ; < A 5 2 ? 1 6 4 6 A . 9 1 2 C 6 0 2 A < = . ? A 6 0 6 = . A 2 6 ; @ < 0 6 . 9 ; 2 A D < ? 8 6 ; 4 @ 6 A 2 @ b ) 5 6 @ 0 < : / 6 ; . A 6 < ; 5 . @ A 5 2 = < A 2 ; A 6 . 9 A < / 2 1 . ; 4 2 ? < B @ b ) 5 2 6 ; 3 < ? : . A 6 < ; / 2 6 ; 4 @ 5 . ? 2 1 < ? A 5 2 J 3 ? 6 2 ; 1 @ K < ; A 5 2 < A 5 2 ? 2 ; 1 < 3 A 5 2 0 < ; ; 2 0 A 6 < ; : . F 9 2 . 1 A < A ? < B / 9 2 3 < ? B ; @ B @ = 2 0 A 6 ; 4 6 ; 1 6 C 6 1 B . 9 @ b 0 0 < ? 1 6 ; 4 A < < : ( 0 < ? 2 1 . A . . 0 2 / < < 8 ; < D 0 < : : . ; 1 @ = 2 ? 0 2 ; A < 3 . 9 9 A ? . 3 3 6 0 < ; @ < 0 6 . 9 1 2 @ A 6 ; . A 6 < ; @ 6 A 2 @ b # F @ = . 0 2 : . 6 9 . ; 1 ) D 6 A A 2 ? 3 < 9 9 < D b & . ? 2 ; A @ D 5 < . ? 2 B ; . D . ? 2 < 3 A 5 2 @ 2 : < 1 2 @ < 3 0 < : : B ; 6 0 . A 6 < ; @ 5 < B 9 1 2 1 B 0 . A 2 A 5 2 : @ 2 9 C 2 @ A < = ? < A 2 0 A A 5 2 6 ? 0 5 6 9 1 ? 2 ; b , 5 6 9 2 @ < : 2 < 3 A 5 2 @ 2 @ 6 A 2 @ 5 . C 2 . 4 2 ? 2 > B 6 ? 2 : 2 ; A @ : . ; F F < B ; 4 2 ? 0 5 6 9 1 ? 2 ; . ? 2 0 6 ? 0 B : C 2 ; A 6 ; 4 A 5 6 @ ? 2 > B 6 ? 2 : 2 ; A / F 9 F 6 ; 4 . / < B A . 4 2 I @ < : 2 A 5 6 ; 4 A 5 . A 6 @ 1 6 3 3 6 0 B 9 A A < C 2 ? 6 3 F < ; 9 6 ; 2 b & 2 ? 5 . = @ : < @ A 1 6 @ A B ? / 6 ; 4 @ < : 2 . 1 B 9 A @ . ? 2 : . @ 8 6 ; 4 A 5 2 6 ? . 4 2 @ A < A . ? 4 2 A 0 5 6 9 1 ? 2 ; b # . ; F 8 6 1 @ . ? 2 9 < 4 4 6 ; 4 6 ; 2 C 2 ? F 1 . F A < 0 5 . A b 0 0 < ? 1 6 ; 4 A < f n n @ A B 1 6 2 @ / F & 2 D ; A 2 ? ; 2 A ' 2 @ 2 . ? 0 5 r = 2 ? 0 2 ; A < 3 ? 2 @ = < ; 1 2 ; A @ . 4 2 @ f A < @ . 6 1 A 5 2 F 5 . 1 . ; < ; 9 6 ; 2 = ? < 3 6 9 2 < 3 @ < : 2 @ < ? A . ; 1 f = 2 ? 0 2 ; A @ . 6 1 A 5 2 F 9 < 4 4 2 1 6 ; 2 . 0 5 1 . F A < 0 5 . A D 6 A 5 3 ? 6 2 ; 1 @ b 2 0 . B @ 2 A 5 6 @ ? 2 @ 2 . ? 0 5 D . @ 0 < : = 6 9 2 1 3 < B ? F 2 . ? @ . 4 < 6 A L @ @ . 3 2 A < . @ @ B : 2 A 5 2 = 2 ? 0 2 ; A . 4 2 < 3 @ A B 1 2 ; A @ < ; 9 6 ; 2 6 @ ; < D : B 0 5 5 6 4 5 2 ? b 5 6 9 1 ? 2 ; : . F ; < A ? 2 . 9 6 G 2 D 5 . A 6 @ @ . 3 2 D 6 A 5 ? 2 4 . ? 1 @ A < @ < 0 6 . 9 ; 2 A D < ? 8 6 ; 4 @ 6 A 2 @ b 9 A 5 < B 4 5 = . ? 2 ; A @ : . F 3 2 2 9 < B A = . 0 2 1 / F A 5 2 6 ? A 2 0 5 ; < 9 < 4 6 0 . 9 9 F @ . C C F 0 5 6 9 1 ? 2 ; 6 A 6 @ 6 : = < ? A . ; A 3 < ? A 5 2 : A < / 2 6 ; 3 < ? : 2 1 . ; 1 6 ; C < 9 C 2 1 6 ; A 5 2 6 ? 0 5 6 9 1 ? 2 ; L @ < ; 9 6 ; 2 6 ; A 2 ? . 0 A 6 < ; @ b 2 ? 2 . ? 2 @ < : 2 @ A 2 = @ = . ? 2 ; A @ 0 . ; A . 8 2 A < : . 8 2 A 5 2 = ? < 0 2 @ @ 3 B ; / B A @ . 3 2 6 @ 0 B @ @ = ? 6 C . 0 F b 1 < 9 2 @ 0 2 ; A @ : . F A 5 6 ; 8 A 5 . A < ; 9 F A 5 2 6 ? 3 ? 6 2 ; 1 @ D 6 9 9 C 6 2 D A 5 2 6 ? = ? 6 C . A 2 6 ; 3 < ? : . 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A < ? @ D 5 < B @ 2 @ < 0 6 . 9 ; 2 A D < ? 8 6 ; 4 @ 6 A 2 @ A < A . ? 4 2 A C 6 0 A 6 : @ b & . ? 2 ; A @ @ 5 < B 9 1 6 ; 3 < ? : A 5 2 6 ? 0 5 6 9 1 ? 2 ; ; < A A < . 0 0 2 = A 3 ? 6 2 ; 1 ? 2 > B 2 @ A @ 3 ? < : 6 ; 1 6 C 6 1 B . 9 @ A 5 2 F ? 2 . 9 9 F 1 < ; L A 8 ; < D b , 5 6 9 2 A 5 6 @ : . F @ 2 2 : A < 0 < B ; A 2 ? D 5 . A A 5 2 @ 6 A 2 @ D 2 ? 2 1 2 @ 6 4 ; 2 1 A < 1 < 6 A L @ / 2 A A 2 ? A < / 2 @ . 3 2 A 5 . ; 5 . C 2 . 9 < ; 4 9 6 @ A < 3 3 ? 6 2 ; 1 @ b ' 2 : 2 : / 2 ? A 5 . A 6 ; 3 < ? : . A 6 < ; 0 . ; ; < A / 2 A . 8 2 ; / . 0 8 b ; 3 < ? : 0 5 6 9 1 ? 2 ; A 5 . A < ; 0 2 6 ; 3 < ? : . A 6 < ; 6 @ @ 5 . ? 2 1 < ; 9 6 ; 2 6 A 5 . @ . 3 B ; ; F D . F < 3 . 9 D . F @ ? 2 : . 6 ; 6 ; 4 @ < : 2 D 5 2 ? 2 6 ; 0 F / 2 ? @ = . 0 2 b A L @ C 2 ? F 1 6 3 3 6 0 B 9 A A < 1 2 9 2 A 2 6 ; 3 < ? : . 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PAGE 2, AUGUST 11 & 12, 2010CLASSIFIED MARKETPLACE WWW.NFLAONLINE.COM SERVING NORTH FLORIDA AND SOUTH GEORGIA S.C. Sullivan Agency 529 S. Ohio Ave., Live Oak, FL Bus. 386-362-1389 Fax: (386) 362-6131 S.C. Sullivan (386) 362-1389, Evening 362-2990 610108-F (1) Horse Farm: 55 acres with a 5 bedroom, 3 bath CH&AC home with fireplace cont. approx. 5000 sq. feet under roof with an 18 stall horse barn with office and bath cont. approx. 5000 sq. ft. under roof. The property has 4 fenced paddocks with room for expansion. Approx. 3 miles from I75. Call for more information. Just listed $599,999. (2) Off CR 49 5 acres in grass with scattered trees, fenced on 3 sides with survey. Only $4,900 per acre. (3) Off US 129 North: 5 acre wooded on 89th Rd. Will work for land home package. $37,000. (4) CR 51 & Pinewood St.: 2.29 Acres, city water and sewer, zoned office. Good location REDUCED TO $159,90 0 . (5) Off CR 349: 10 acre wooded tract with a two bedroom CH/AC log home in excellent condition cont. approx. 1200 sq. ft. under roof, 30'x40' pole barn. REDUCED TO $145,90 0 . (6) Industrial Park: 1.13 acre corner tract good exposure. Reduced to $34,500. (7) 40 acres with 835 ft. on paved road in 13 year old planted pines. Priced to sell at REDUCED TO $149,90 0 . (8) CR 143: 9 acres on paved road with a 3/2 CH/AC home const. in 2002 with a 2 car garage, 30'x50' bar, 8x8 storage, nice fish pond. Good buy @ $175,000. (9) Hamilton Co.: 10 acres on CR751 and the river approx. 1300 ft. on the water and approx. 1300 ft. on paved road. Priced to sell at REDUCED TO $64,00 0 . (10) Madison Co.: 40 acres in 16 year old slash planted pines off CR 255 good elevation. Good buy at $175,000. (11) Dowling Park area: Horse farm, 30+ ac. with a 3/2 CH/AC DWMH 58x72 +/-, 8 stall horse ba r, with tack room, feed room etc. 30x40 +/storage building, all in grass fence and cross fenced, water to all pastures. Priced to sell @ $229,000. (12) Farms of 10 Mill Hollow: 4 acres in grass/cropland with scattered trees. $32,500. (13) Near City: Off US 90 East 5 acres wooded near golf course. Good buy @ $44,900. (14) 190th St.: 10 acres in planted pines approx. 15 years old, with a 3/1 CH/AC SWMH, 2 car carport/ shop. Priced to sell @ $49,000. (15) 169th Rd.: 5 ac. in grass with a 3/2 CH/AC DWMH cont. approx. 1,850 sq. ft. under roof in excellent cond. 2 car detached garage. Good area. REDUCED TO $99,00 0 . (16) 193rd Rd.: 6.59 acres wooded on paved road. Good area. Good buy @ $37,500. (17) Hamilton County: 40 acre wooded on county road. Good hunting area that adjoins SRWMD. REDUCED TO $129,500 . (18) New 3 bedroom, 2 bath CH/ AC home. City sewer & water, privacy fence. Good Buy @ $95,000. (19) Off CR 249: 3 wooded lots, will work for mobile homes, on county road. Good buy @ $12,600 for all three. (20) Near City on paved road: 6 acres in grass with scattered trees, 36'x36' horse barn with tack/feed room & loft (2009), 2" well, fenced & divided into paddocks with horse type fence. Priced to sell @ $99,900 Terms. (21) Off CR 250: 1.45 acres with a 3/2 CH/AC brick home with fireplace, kitchen furnished, cont. 2700+ sq. ft. of living area, 2 car detached garage, 12'x16' metal storage building. Priced to sell @ $139,500. (22) Suwannee River Charles Springs area: 1.88 ac. wooded with 137 ft. on the water elevation survey. Will support regular inground septic tank. Good buy @ $39,900. (23) 104th St.: 7 3/4 acres with a 3/ 2 CH/AC 2006 Fleetwood DWMH, kitchen furnished, fireplace 4" well, 2 septic. Priced to sell @ $99,900. (24) CR 136 West: 5 acres in grass with a 3/2 CH/AC DWMH in excellent condition cont. approx. 2,100 sq. ft. of living area, kitchen furnished, 30'x42' carport and storage. Priced to sell @ $93,000. (25) Near City: 6 acres on paved road in grass fenced & cross fenced with horse type fence. 36'x36' 4 stall horse barn with tack/feed room & loft (2009) 4" well underground utilities. Priced to sell @ $99,900 terms. 613036-F Men and Women of God You are Invited to Join Us FREE CONFERENCE: LUNCH PROVIDED Theme: ACCEPTING GOD'S LOVE Have you been feeling alone and rejected? Are things going on in your life that seem Difficult? There is hope. Saturday, August 21, 2010 at 10:00 a.m. Location: Suwannee Golf and Country Club, 7932 US 90, Live Oak, FL 32064 Special Speaker: Pastor Charm Greene Pastor Charm prophetically teaches God's word. She operates in the gifts of healing with His Virtue flowing through her and many have been healed By God. She is the founder of New Beginnings of Life Church in Lake City, FL Conference Host: Linda Walker Women of God Ministries in Christ, Inc. Mail to: 184 SW Windswept Glen, Lake City, FL 32024 For more information: 386-755-3678; 386-418-8881 wogmicliberty@windstream.net; wogmic@comcast.net RSVP RSVP required required e-mails regarding something large and possibly feline traipsing through the woods. One claimed a fullgrown lion had been spotted by a group of loggers near Naylor. Another report claimed a group of Moody airmen saw what was described as a cross between a bear, a coyote, a fox and a deer in Grand Bay. Rumors of a lion have circulated again in Echols recently. Calls to officials regarding the possibility of a lion or a big cat on the prowl were greeted by skepticism. They may forget that South Georgia actually has a lion and tiger population. Wild Adventures has habitats for lions and tigers. Since the apparent attack on Rodgers’ horse two weeks ago, a rumor has spread that a big cat has escaped the park. Wild Adventures reported all of its lions and tigers present earlier this week. There has been no escape of a big cat from the park, according to Wild Adventures. Living about five miles from Wild Adventures, Rodgers has heard the rumors regarding the park, but, based on what he’s seen in the past, he believes his horse was attacked by a Florida panther. On Wednesday, July 21, Rodgers noticed a lump behind his horse Peppy’s jaw. He first believed the animal may have been kicked in the throat by another horse. Upon further inspection, he discovered a pair of scratches about two and a half inches apart stretching into the horse’s mane. On the other side of Peppy’s throat, he discovered a puncture wound. The scratches and puncture wound appeared to be bite marks. Rodgers assesses that the incident likely occurred Monday, July 19, or Tuesday, July 20. Worried about rabies, Rodgers called a Thomasville veterinarian to see the horse a few days later. The veterinarian treated Peppy’s wounds and the horse is doing well, Rodgers reports. Rodgers regularly has six horses in this particular pasture. Since the incident, one adult quarterhorse will not leave Peppy’s side. Rodgers has noticed a large scratch on the quarterhorse’s hindquarters. Nothing in the pasture explains how the quarterhorse could have received this scratch. Since the incident, Rodgers and his family have become more vigilant while traveling on their property. “We’re all kind of watching out for one another, but I don’t think a big cat would attack a person,” Rodgers says. “Still, we’re all pretty cautious.” Florida Panthers have been regular visitors to South Georgia through the Continued From Page 1On the prowlIs a big cat stalking South Georgia?years. The Florida Panther Society tracked by radio monitor the movements of several panthers in South Georgia during the mid 1990s. The Society kept close tabs on these panthers, tracing them to various locations, even recording the cats’ kills, offspring and deaths in many cases, according to records available on the Internet. In 1993, a panther had been tracked to Echols County, but it was killed by a hunter with a bow and arrow. The hunter was arrested and led authorities to the animal’s remains. That same year, another panther spent two weeks near Valdosta in Grand Bay. She traveled north, was recaptured, and re-released in Florida. Also, a male hunted a wide territory around Valdosta before being captured and located to another area. The Florida Panther Society reports are a litany of tragedies for the panthers, with their deaths including prey to hunters, dying in snares, being hit by vehicles along roadways, even a cub dying during an attempt to tag it with a radio monitor. The society notes that a Florida panther has never reportedly attacked a human. On spotting a human, the panther will more than likely run away. If someone encounters a Florida panther, the society suggests remaining calm. Do not unnecessarily allow children or pets near the panther. If the panther does not leave, show no fear. Make loud noises. Do not turn your back to the panther; instead, back away from it. And don’t forget to report the sighting to area officials. The bite marks of a big cat appeared on a horse on a farm a few miles north of the Florida border several weeks ago. Owner Larry Rodgers blames the attack on a Florida panther. (Photo by Paul Leavy / Valdosta Daily Times)By Joe Kays Anna-Lisa Paul grew up reading the science fiction of the late Arthur C. Clarke, but she never imagined that someday she’d be sending experiments to the International Space Station and helping to plan the colonization of Mars. “By the time I started high school in 1971, I had read most of the fiction Clarke had written,” says Paul, a UF plant molecular biologist. “These books contributed profoundly to who I became as a person. They helped me decide that I would be a scientist when I grew up; no question about it.” Rob Ferl was equally fascinated by the Apollo program. “I grew up in the Apollo era,” says Ferl, a professor of molecular biology at UF’s Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences and director of the Interdisciplinary Center for Biotechnology Research. “So my interest in space was with me since I was probably 10 years old, but the opportunity to work with it didn’t arise until space flight became a more accessible science venue in the space shuttle era.” Today, Ferl and Paul study biological adaptation to space by developing plants and the systems to grow them that could be on Mars within decades as the forerunners to fullscale greenhouses used to supply food, water and oxygen to the first Mars colonists. “Wherever humans go, they’re going to have to take their plants with them,” says Ferl. “In the case of Mars, it’s likely the plants will arrive first as part of sophisticated studies of terrestrial biology.” Ferl and Paul have long been interested in how plants respond to environmental stresses. In the early 1990s they began experimenting with “reporter genes” that allowed them to see when plants were experiencing certain environmental stresses. By splicing a gene from a fluorescent jellyfish into the Arabidopsis mustard plant — a “model” species often used in plant genetics experiments — they were able to make the plant’s roots glow green when it was suffering from low oxygen stress. “At about the same time, there was some anecdotal information coming back from space shuttle experiments that plants were acting like they weren’t getting enough oxygen,” Paul says. “We were in a unique position to contribute to this research because we had plants that had been engineered to tell us if they were oxygen stressed. We had always been interested in how plants reacted to extreme environments; space was just another environment for us.” So, over the ensuing two decades, Ferl and Paul have expanded their space-based plant research, sending an experiment up on the space shutMission to MarsUF plant researchers are developing a way to grow plants in space SEE MISSION, PAGE 11

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D 9 > @ B 5 = 9 5 B 7 1 D 5 4 G 1 D 5 B 6 B ? > D 3 ? = = E > 9 D I n > : ? I 4 9 B 5 3 D 1 3 3 5 C C D ? D < 1 > D 9 3 < < 1 = 5 > 9 D 9 5 C 3 ? = @ < 5 D 5 ( 1 F 5 4 B ? 1 4 C b E > 4 5 B 7 B ? E > 4 E D 9 < 9 D 9 5 C b 3 < E 2 8 ? E C 5 b @ ? ? < n H 3 5 < < 5 > D 6 9 > 1 > 3 9 > 7 n 1 < < & ? G t r r b H W e e k o f A u g u s t 9 , 2 0 1 0 Growing BusinessOur family is really close. My two sisters and I live with Mom and Dad and we all work in the family business. When my boyfriend and I got engaged, I knew it would be a shock to my father. Although he loved my fianc, he was sad to see his oldestd aughter growing up and moving out of the house. "I'll still be working in the family b usiness," I explained. "And you'll see me every day." But nothing worked. "It's like losing a daughter," he cried. Finally I came up with the thought that made him smile. "Don't think of me getting married as losing a daught er," I said. "Think of it as gaining a new employee!" (Thanks to Angela K.) Reader Humor L aughs For Sale DuaneCash Holze & ToddCarry Holze w ww.ClassifiedGuys.com Everyone is FamilyAre you working for a large corporation of a family business? You may bes urprised to learn that many of the top c ompanies are family-owned, even those traded on the New York Stock Exchange. It's estimated that familyf irms represent 89% of all businesses in the United States and account for 34% of the companies listed on the Standard& Poor's 500 Index. The next time you apply for a job in Corporate America, you may be walking into a family-runc ompany.Family or FoePlanning to work in the family busin ess? Before you accept the job, consider the pros and cons. While it may seem like an easy job interview, familys ystems and business practices do not always go hand in hand. The baggage from family situations is statisticallyt he downfall of most family businesses. If you're going to say yes to the family job, make sure your role as an employee is clearly defined. On the positives ide, family businesses offer tremendous employee support and dedication to the company's success. Fast FactsDear Classified Guys, You might think that after working at the same company for 20 years,I'd get a promotion.Not when the boss is your Mom! Yes,I have been working in the family business since I was 12 years old and now I need a new environment,new co-workers and a new boss! The problem is,my resume and references read like a family tree.I hardly think my futuree mployer will appreciate my Mom's glowing recommendation of,"Oh yes,Ricky is such a swell kid." What should I do? Cash: Well at least Mom gives you a good recommendation. Although if she starts explaining how bright you were as a baby, it may be time to worry. Carry: No matter what she says, potty training should not be considered an accomplishment! You may want tolook elsewhere for references.Cash: Expanding to a career outside the family business may not be as chall enging as you think. The hardest part may be handling how it affects your family.Carry: The first thing you need to do is modify your resume. Since your only employment is the family business, youwill need to expand upon the listing. Give a description of the business, your job position and the responsibilities youh ad while there. Just because it is a family business, does not make it less valuable as a work experience.C ash: With regard to references, listing Mom may not be your best bet. With 20 years of experience in the business, you should have plenty of other options. C onsider using employees who worked with you or suppliers you have dealt with over the years. These people can attest toy our work ethic and business practices. People from your local Chamber of Commerce or charities you worked withc ould also make great references as well.Carry: Also, don't forget about using y our friends. When work experience is limited, it's a good idea to include character references. They can attest to your communication skills or your ability of handling stressful situations.Cash: And after working with the family, you should be well versed withs tressful conditions.Carry: So coming from the family company can actually work to yourb enefit. Many people who run family businesses are multifaceted. This capability can be a great advantage in thej ob market.Cash: And don't worry, you'll do great in your new job. Just make sure Mom packs you a nice lunch!A n n o u n c i n g t h e n e w o f f i c e s o f D u n k i n , D u n k i n & D o n u t t A s s o c . , A t t o r n e y s a t L a w . O p e n H o u s e t h i s S a t u r d a y & S u n d a y , F r e e C o f f e e ! Ask the Guys How many people glazed over this ad? 2010 The Classified Guys08/08/10Got a question,funny story,or just want to give us your opinion? We want to hear all about it! 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5 G = C 7 0 D 4 : = A B = @ 5 = C < 3 0 < 0 < 8 ; 0 : b G = C 2 0 < 2 0 : : C A 0 < 3 E 4 E 8 : : > = A B 8 B 8 < @ 8 B B 4 @ = @ < 4 @ 5 = @ G = C n r f I ! < $ 8 D 4 ' 0 9 b + @ 0 8 : / = C < 6 % 0 : 4 t C < B 8 < 6 ( 8 B C : : % 8 F t . 7 8 B 4 E @ = E < A > = B A t : 1 A n t @ 8 4 < 3 : G t t f f r f t ' < @ 0 3 5 = @ 3 @ 8 3 6 4 b * C E 0 < < 4 4 ) 8 D 4 @ % 0 : 4 ( = ; 4 @ 8 0 < t ) 4 3 t r f : 1 A t @ 8 4 < 3 : G b 1 C B A 7 G n t f t r n r t * B n 4 = @ 6 4 b : n ) 4 ; 8 t % 0 : 4 t $ 0 1 ) 8 3 6 4 0 2 9 % 8 F t = : 3 . 7 8 B 4 t : 1 A t @ 8 4 < 3 t : G f t t r n r t % 2 : > 8 < b < 4 0 @ r * B n ( @ 8 < 2 4 A A t 4 ; 0 : 4 b A > 0 G 4 3 t 0 A A 4 B = C < 3 t : 0 2 9 b @ = E < b . 7 8 B 4 t : 1 A t G @ A = : 3 t 0 A 0 ; 8 2 @ = 2 7 8 > t 4 @ G @ 8 4 < 3 : G = ; 4 t t r 4 : : t t r r f n r t ! < $ 4 4 b : n t 4 C : 0 7 7 C @ 2 7 ) 3 n G ( 4 0 < C B 0 2 B = @ G * 9 G < 0 @ 3 t % 0 : 4 t : = = 3 = C < 3 t : 0 2 9 @ = E < t f t f : 1 A n 4 @ G @ 8 4 < 3 : G f t r t f f = @ f t t r n r t & = 1 : 4 A 4 @ @ G ) 3 n C 3 8 t 4 ; 0 : 4 t * 7 4 : B 8 4 % 8 F t + @ 8 t = : = @ t 4 @ G * 7 G t t ) 0 1 8 4 A 0 < 3 % 8 2 @ = 2 7 8 > : 8 < 8 2 * C E 0 < < 4 4 0 : : 4 G C ; 0 < 4 * = 2 8 4 B G * 7 4 : B 4 @ C 6 C A B b f r f f f % B 8 : : f f ( % r ) 0 1 8 4 A r f n f f I % 8 2 @ = 2 7 8 > f n f f * ' & $ / * , . & & $ $ / , % & * ' ! 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r t r f n t b f n n r f f f n r n b t f n t b b n t r * . 9 8 6 ; A < . ; F ? 2 @ A . B ? . ; A < ? < 3 3 6 0 2 / B 6 9 1 6 ; 4 D 6 A 5 . ; . > B . ? 6 B : . ; 1 A 5 2 ? 2 @ = ? < / . / 9 F . @ : B 1 4 2 < ; A 5 2 4 9 . @ @ D 5 2 ? 2 . ; < @ 2 = ? 2 @ @ 2 1 . 4 . 6 ; @ A 6 A A 5 2 / 2 A A 2 ? A < D . A 0 5 A 5 2 B ; 1 2 ? D . A 2 ? D < ? 9 1 D 6 A 5 6 ; . F / 2 A 5 2 < / @ 2 ? C 2 ? 6 @ @ A 6 9 9 A 5 2 ? 2 D 6 1 2 2 F 2 1 . ; 1 @ : 6 9 6 ; 4 * 5 . A @ ; < A A < 9 6 8 2 ; . > B . ? 6 B : < = 2 ; @ A < < B ? 6 ; @ = 2 0 A 6 < ; . D < ? 9 1 B @ B . 9 9 F 5 6 1 1 2 ; 3 ? < : C 6 2 D 0 < 9 < ? 3 B 9 0 < ? . 9 @ D . F 6 ; 4 = 9 . ; A @ 3 6 @ 5 < 3 2 C 2 ? F 5 B 2 . ; 1 @ A ? 6 = 2 @ 5 . ? = A < < A 5 2 1 2 2 9 : 6 4 5 A 9 B ? 8 6 ; . ? < 0 8 F < = 2 ; 6 ; 4 . @ @ 2 ? 2 ; 2 0 9 < D ; 3 6 @ 5 3 9 6 A / F @ 2 . 5 < ? @ 2 < ? A D < = < @ 2 1 6 ; . @ = 6 ; F > B 2 @ A 6 < ; : . ? 8 : 6 4 5 A @ D 6 : ; 2 . ? / F . @ A 5 2 B / 6 > B 6 A < B @ 5 < B @ 2 8 2 2 = 2 ? A 5 2 . 9 4 . 2 2 . 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F @ A < 0 8 @ . ; 1 @ A B 1 6 2 @ @ < : 2 < 3 A 5 2 3 9 . @ 5 6 2 @ A 3 6 @ 5 . ? < B ; 1 I A @ 5 . ? 1 A < = B A 6 ; A < D < ? 1 @ 5 < D C . 9 B . / 9 2 A 5 6 @ 3 . 0 6 9 6 A F 6 @ A < A 5 2 6 ; 1 B @ A ? F K @ . F @ . ? A F ' . ; ; 2 ? = ? 2 @ 6 1 2 ; A < 3 A 5 2 9 < ? 6 1 . > B . 0 B 9 A B ? 2 @ @ < 0 6 . A 6 < ; f * . A @ < ; @ 1 . 1 4 . C 2 5 6 : 5 6 @ 3 6 ? @ A . > B . ? 6 B : . A A 5 2 . 4 2 < 3 F t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t b ? 2 . 9 6 G 2 1 D 2 5 . 1 2 E A 2 ; 1 2 1 D 5 . A D 2 8 ; 2 D . ; 1 D 2 ; 2 2 1 2 1 A < 1 < @ < : 2 ? 2 @ 2 . ? 0 5 K & 5 < ? A 9 F . 3 A 2 ? D . ? 1 . ! . A 6 < ; . 9 * 2 . A 5 2 ? & 2 ? C 6 0 2 @ 6 A 2 6 ; % B @ 8 6 ; @ 5 < D 2 1 B = < ; . 4 < C 2 ? ; : 2 ; A @ B ? = 9 B @ = ? < = 2 ? A F 9 6 @ A ! 2 E A 1 < < ? . r . 0 ? 2 3 6 @ 5 3 . ? : D . @ 3 < ? @ . 9 2 ( D < ; . r b b b b b 4 ? . ; A 3 ? < : A 5 2 9 < ? 6 1 . 2 = . ? A : 2 ; A < 3 4 ? 6 0 B 9 A B ? 2 . ; 1 < ; @ B : 2 ? & 2 ? C 6 0 2 @ A < ? 2 ; < C . A 2 A 5 2 / B 6 9 1 6 ; 4 . ; 1 3 . ? : F t A 5 2 ( ' ? < = 6 0 . 9 > B . 0 B 9 A B ? 2 . / < ? . A < ? F D . @ 6 ; / B @ 6 ; 2 @ @ ? < : A 5 2 @ 2 : < 1 2 @ A / 2 4 6 ; ; 6 ; 4 @ A 5 2 9 . / < ? . A < ? F 5 . @ / 2 0 < : 2 . = < D 2 ? 5 < B @ 2 3 < ? A ? < = 6 0 . 9 . > B . 0 B 9 A B ? 2 ? 2 @ 2 . ? 0 5 D 6 A 5 . t : 6 9 9 6 < ; . F 2 . ? / B 1 4 2 A . ; 1 t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n b b b b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r b b @ = 2 0 6 2 @ @ < A 5 . A 1 < 2 @ ; A D < ? 8 K < ? A 5 2 6 ? = . ? A 3 . ? : 2 ? @ 0 ? 2 1 6 A A 5 2 ( 9 . / D 6 A 5 . 9 . ? 4 2 : 2 . @ B ? 2 < 3 A 5 2 6 ? @ B 0 0 2 @ @ I ' 5 . A 9 . / < ? . A < ? F 6 @ A 5 2 4 ? 2 . A 2 @ A A 5 6 ; 4 @ 6 ; 0 2 A 5 2 D 5 2 2 9 K @ . F @ . C 2 % . D 9 6 ; @ < 3 % . D 9 6 ; @ ' ? < = 6 0 . 9 6 @ 5 6 ; 6 A 5 6 . I A @ . 4 < 1 @ 2 ; 1 A < A 5 2 6 ; 1 B @ A ? F K b t r f ; . ? 2 4 6 < ; D 5 2 ? 2 . 4 ? 6 0 B 9 A B ? 2 6 @ B @ B . 9 9 F 1 2 3 6 ; 2 1 / F ? < 9 9 6 ; 4 5 6 9 9 @ < 3 0 6 A ? B @ . @ 3 . ? . @ A 5 2 2 F 2 0 . ; @ 2 2 . > B . 0 B 9 A B ? 2 6 @ . 9 : < @ A 6 ; C 6 @ 6 / 9 2 A < A 5 2 0 . @ B . 9 < / @ 2 ? C 2 ? / 2 0 . B @ 2 < ; 2 @ : . 9 9 = < ; 1 0 . ; 5 < 9 1 A 5 < B @ . ; 1 @ < 3 3 6 @ 5 2 C 2 ; 1 6 3 3 2 ? 2 ; A @ = 2 0 6 2 @ . ; 1 ? 2 = ? 2 @ 2 ; A . ; 6 ; C 2 @ A : 2 ; A < 3 n b b b b I 6 @ 5 3 . ? : 6 ; 4 < ; . = 2 ? . 0 ? 2 / . @ 6 @ 6 @ < ; 2 < 3 A 5 2 5 6 4 5 2 @ A C . 9 B 2 0 ? < = @ K * . A @ < ; @ . F @ I ; A ? < = 6 0 . 9 3 6 @ 5 F < B : 2 . @ B ? 2 = ? < 1 B 0 A 6 < ; / F A 5 2 @ > B . ? 2 3 < < A ; < A A 5 2 . 0 ? 2 K < ? 2 A 5 . ; r = 2 ? 0 2 ; A < 3 9 < ? 6 1 . @ A ? < = 6 0 . 9 3 6 @ 5 3 . ? : @ . ? 2 6 ; 6 9 9 @ / < ? < B 4 5 < B ; A F 2 : / 2 ? @ 5 6 = 6 ; A 5 2 9 < ? 6 1 . > B . 0 B 9 A B ? 2 @ @ < 0 6 . A 6 < ; ? . ; 4 2 @ 3 ? < : t r b A < t b 3 . ? : @ 6 ; 0 9 B 1 6 ; 4 : . ; F A 5 . A ? . 6 @ 2 3 < < 1 3 6 @ 5 9 6 8 2 0 . A 3 6 @ 5 A 6 9 . = 6 . . ; 1 0 9 . : @ @ . F @ ' . ; ; 2 ? D 5 < < D ; @ > B . A 6 0 . . 0 < : = . ; F D 6 A 5 A 5 ? 2 2 . ? 2 . 3 . ? : @ 9 A 5 < B 4 5 @ . 9 2 @ 1 6 = = 2 1 3 < 9 9 < D 6 ; 4 A 5 2 5 B ? ? 6 0 . ; 2 @ < 3 n b b f . ; 1 n b b r A 5 2 ( & @ A 6 9 9 3 < B ; 1 A 5 . A . > B . 0 B 9 A B ? 2 ? . 0 8 2 1 B = @ . 9 2 @ < 3 . 9 : < @ A r : 6 9 9 6 < ; 6 ; n b b r " 3 A 5 < @ 2 @ . 9 2 @ : < ? 2 A 5 . ; : 6 9 9 6 < ; D 2 ? 2 6 ; < ? ; . : 2 ; A . 9 3 6 @ 5 . ; 1 : < ? 2 A 5 . ; t : 6 9 9 6 < ; 6 ; . > B . A 6 0 = 9 . ; A @ ' 5 2 5 6 4 5 C . 9 B 2 < 3 A 5 2 0 ? < = @ 6 @ 2 C 6 1 2 ; A D 5 2 ; F < B 0 < ; @ 6 1 2 ? A 5 2 @ 6 G 2 < 3 A 5 2 3 . ? : @ < ; 9 F ; 6 ; 2 5 . 1 r b < ? : < ? 2 . 0 ? 2 @ 6 ; = ? < 1 B 0 A 6 < ; . ; 1 / F 3 . ? A 5 2 : . 7 < ? 6 A F L t r L 5 . 1 3 2 D 2 ? A 5 . ; A 5 ? 2 2 . 0 ? 2 @ 6 ; = ? < 1 B 0 A 6 < ; 2 0 . B @ 2 < 3 A 5 2 3 . ? : @ @ : . 9 9 3 < < A = ? 6 ; A 3 6 @ 5 3 . ? : 2 ? @ 1 < ; A 3 2 2 9 A 5 2 @ . : 2 = ? 2 @ @ B ? 2 @ 9 . ? 4 2 ? 9 . ; 1 < D ; 2 ? @ 1 < 3 ? < : 1 2 C 2 9 < = 2 ? @ / B A A 5 2 F . ? 2 3 2 2 9 6 ; 4 = ? 2 @ @ B ? 2 3 ? < : 3 < ? 2 6 4 ; 0 < : = 2 A 6 A 6 < ; * 5 6 9 2 9 < ? 6 1 . 6 @ A 5 2 ; . A 6 < ; @ A ? < = 6 0 . 9 3 6 @ 5 A . ; 8 . 0 0 < B ; A 6 ; 4 3 < ? r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r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n b b 6 ; . = 2 A @ 5 < = B A A 5 2 F ; 2 2 1 A < / 2 0 . B 4 5 A 6 ; A 5 2 D 6 9 1 6 ; & < B A 5 2 . @ A @ 6 . 6 : = < ? A 2 1 A 5 2 ; < / @ 2 ? C 2 1 A < 2 ; @ B ? 2 A 5 2 F . ? 2 5 2 . 9 A 5 F / 2 3 < ? 2 A 5 2 F 0 . ; / 2 @ < 9 1 . ; 1 = 9 . 0 2 1 6 ; . 5 < : 2 . > B . ? 6 B : 3 ? 2 @ 2 . ? 0 5 2 ? @ 0 . ; 3 6 4 B ? 2 < B A 5 < D A < / ? 2 2 1 3 6 ? 2 2 2 9 @ 1 < : 2 @ A 6 0 . 9 9 F A 5 2 F 0 . ; ? . 6 @ 2 A 5 2 : < ; 3 . ? : @ B ; 1 2 ? 0 < ; A ? < 9 9 2 1 0 < ; 1 6 A 6 < ; @ 2 ; @ B ? 6 ; 4 A 5 2 6 ? 5 2 . 9 A 5 * . A @ < ; @ . F @ ' 5 2 9 . / < ? . A < ? F 1 < 2 @ ; A 1 < : B 0 5 ? 2 @ 2 . ? 0 5 < ; @ . 9 A D . A 2 ? @ = 2 0 6 2 @ D 5 6 0 5 : . 8 2 B = < ; 9 F . @ : . 9 9 3 ? . 0 A 6 < ; < 3 A 5 2 : . ? 8 2 A / B A * . A @ < ; . ; 1 5 6 @ 0 < 9 9 2 . 4 B 2 @ 5 . C 2 5 . 1 @ B 0 0 2 @ @ ? 2 0 2 ; A 9 F D 6 A 5 < ; 2 @ . 9 A D . A 2 ? @ 2 . 0 ? 2 . A B ? 2 L 0 < ? . 9 * . A @ < ; @ . 6 1 A 5 2 = ? 2 C . 6 9 6 ; 4 < = 6 ; 6 < ; D . @ A 5 . A 4 ? 2 2 ; 5 < B @ 2 4 ? < D ; 0 < ? . 9 0 < B 9 1 ; < A / 2 A ? . ; @ = 9 . ; A 2 1 @ B 0 0 2 @ @ 3 B 9 9 F 6 ; A < A 5 2 D 6 9 1 % 2 @ 2 . ? 0 5 2 ? @ . A ( A 5 2 < A 2 . ? 6 ; 2 . / < ? . A < ? F 6 ; & . ? . @ < A . . ; 1 A 5 2 9 < ? 6 1 . > B . ? 6 B : 6 ; ' . : = . 5 < D 2 C 2 ? ? . 6 @ 2 1 @ 2 C 2 ; 0 < : : < ; 0 < ? . 9 @ 6 ; 4 ? 2 2 ; 5 < B @ 2 @ . ; 1 A ? . ; @ = 9 . ; A 2 1 A 5 2 : A < A 5 2 9 < ? 6 1 . 2 F @ ! . A 6 < ; . 9 . ? 6 ; 2 & . ; 0 A B . ? F A < ? 2 = . 6 ? . 1 . : . 4 2 1 ? 2 2 3 ; . 1 6 C 2 9 . @ A F 2 . ? A 5 2 ? 2 @ 2 . ? 0 5 2 ? @ 0 5 2 0 8 2 1 B = < ; A 5 2 2 E = 2 ? 6 : 2 ; A . ; 1 @ < 3 . ? A 5 2 9 . / ? . A 0 < ? . 9 @ . ? 2 5 2 . 9 A 5 F ' 5 2 = ? < 7 2 0 A 5 . @ D < ; . ; < A 5 2 ? ? < B ; 1 < 3 3 B ; 1 6 ; 4 A < @ A B 1 F A 2 0 5 ; 6 > B 2 @ A < . A A . 0 5 9 6 C 2 0 < ? . 9 A < ? 2 2 3 @ . ; 1 : < ? 2 9 . / 0 < ? . 9 @ D 6 9 9 / 2 A ? . ; @ = 9 . ; A 2 1 A 5 6 @ @ B : : 2 ? ' 5 2 = ? < 7 2 0 A D . @ . 9 @ < ? 2 0 < 4 ; 6 G 2 1 / F A 5 2 2 ; C 6 ? < ; : 2 ; A . 9 < ? 4 . ; 6 G . A 6 < ; < . @ A . 9 : 2 ? 6 0 . n t f < ? 5 < / / F 6 @ A @ A 5 2 : < ? 2 2 E < A 6 0 A 5 2 3 6 @ 5 < ? = 9 . ; A A 5 2 / 2 A A 2 ? B A D 6 A 5 = 2 ? 0 2 ; A < 3 A 5 2 . > B . 0 B 9 A B ? 2 6 ; 1 B @ A ? F / . @ 2 1 < ; ; < ; ; . A 6 C 2 @ = 2 0 6 2 @ 2 E < A 6 0 A ? . 6 A @ = < @ 2 6 @ @ B 2 @ & < : 2 6 ; C . @ 6 C 2 @ = 2 0 6 2 @ 6 ; 9 < ? 6 1 . 0 . ; / 2 A ? . 0 2 1 A < 5 < : 2 . > B . ? 6 . A 5 . A D 2 ? 2 1 B : = 2 1 6 ; 9 < ? 6 1 . D . A 2 ? D . F @ @ . F @ 2 3 3 6 9 9 D 5 < 0 . : 2 A < A 5 2 9 . / 6 ; n b b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n b A 6 : 2 @ . ; 1 A 5 2 n t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r b : 6 9 9 6 < ; < ? ; . : 2 ; A . 9 3 6 @ 5 6 ; 1 B @ A ? F f ? . 6 4 . ? A 6 ; @ 9 . @ @ 6 0 9 / B : @ 6 C 2 ' 5 2 & < ; 4 @ < 3 * < < 1 @ A < 0 8 ? 6 1 . F & 2 = A 2 : / 2 ? t b = : % 2 @ 2 ? C 2 1 & 2 . A 6 ; 4 n r f b & = < ; @ < ? 2 1 / F A 5 2 5 . ? : . ; 1 < D : 2 ; A < B ; 1 . A 6 < ; * , ' ) F t t . ; 1 n r r t b f * ! ' & & % " & ' ' " ! ' . ; 6 . # O ? 2 G & . 9 . @ < : = . P 6 . 1 2 . ; G . ' B 2 @ 1 . F & 2 = A 2 : / 2 ? n t b = : % 2 @ 2 ? C 2 1 & 2 . A 6 ; 4 n r f b & = < ; @ < ? 2 1 / F ? 2 @ 0 < ! 2 6 4 5 / < ? 5 < < 1 A . 9 6 . ; . ; 1 . 6 ; 2 @ C 6 9 9 2 ' < 1 . F # 9 2 . @ 2 ; < A 2 ' 5 6 @ = 2 ? 3 < ? : . ; 0 2 0 < ; A . 6 ; @ ; B 1 6 A F ( & # ? 2 : 6 2 ? 2 # ! " ! ( J < @ A . ; 1 < B ; 1 " ? 0 5 2 @ A ? . ? 6 1 . F " 0 A < / 2 ? t b = : % 2 @ 2 ? C 2 1 & 2 . A 6 ; 4 b f b B = 6 A 2 ? & A ? 6 ; 4 $ B . ? A 2 A * 6 A 5 2 C 6 ; " ? ? # 6 . ; < & B ; 1 . F " 0 A < / 2 ? n = : ( ; 6 C 2 ? @ 6 A F B 1 6 A < ? 6 B : % 2 @ 2 ? C 2 1 & 2 . A 6 ; 4 n r r " + < A . ; 6 0 . * 2 1 ; 2 @ 1 . F " 0 A < / 2 ? b = : ' 5 B ? @ 1 . F " 0 A < / 2 ? b = : % 2 @ 2 ? C 2 1 & 2 . A 6 ; 4 n r f b & = < ; @ < ? 2 1 / F . 9 0 < ; 6 ; . ; 0 6 . 9 . ; . 4 2 : 2 ; A ; 0 2 3 3 . C 6 @ # . 6 ; 2 @ C 6 9 9 2 . 4 . G 6 ; 2 . ; 1 n r r t b f * ! ' & & % " & ' ' " ! & A 2 C 2 % 6 9 2 F . ; 1 A 5 2 . : < B # 9 . F / < F @ ? 6 1 . F " 0 A < / 2 ? b = : % 2 @ 2 ? C 2 1 & 2 . A 6 ; 4 n r 2 A . 9 2 @ r J 2 E 6 0 . ; ? . @ @ & B ; 1 . F " 0 A < / 2 ? t b n = : % 2 @ 2 ? C 2 1 & 2 . A 6 ; 4 n b b < ? 2 . 9 6 @ & A ? 6 ; 4 $ B . ? A 2 A " 0 A < / 2 ? t n = : ( ; 6 C 2 ? @ 6 A F B 1 6 A < ? 6 B : % 2 @ 2 ? C 2 1 & 2 . A 6 ; 4 n r r ? . ; 0 2 @ 0 . . 4 ; < ; J ' 5 2 ) < 6 0 2 < 3 9 2 4 ? 6 . M @ 6 ; 4 @ A 5 2 : B @ 6 0 < 3 6 ? > B 2 1 B & < 9 2 6 9 N D 6 A 5 A 5 2 ( & F : = 5 < ; F " ? 0 5 2 @ A ? . ? 6 1 . F " 0 A < / 2 ? n n b = : % 2 @ 2 ? C 2 1 & 2 . A 6 ; 4 b f b & = < ; @ < ? 2 1 / F & 5 . ; 1 @ 2 . 9 A 5 . ? 2 , < B ; 4 < ; 0 2 ? A ? A 6 @ A % . ; . ; 8 # 6 . ; < < ; 1 . F " 0 A < / 2 ? n r b = : & > B 6 A 6 2 ? 6 & A B 1 6 < ' 5 2 . A ? 2 % 2 @ 2 ? C 2 1 & 2 . A 6 ; 4 b & = < ; @ < ? 2 1 / F . 6 ? 3 6 2 9 1 ; ; / F . ? ? 6 < A A < D ? F 6 ; . ; 0 6 . 9 1 C 6 @ < ? @ ; 0 . ; 1 & 5 . ; 1 @ 2 . 9 A 5 . ? 2 n t t n r f f b b f t f f n r b r < ; A 6 ; B 2 1 ? < : # . 4 2 t n

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