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JUNE 14, 2014 Florida's Best Community Newspaper Serving Florida's Best Community 50* VOL. 119 ISSUE 311

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the country are lighting up Staff writer Quarry Street.
Facebook and Twitter, According to CCSO spokeswoman Lind#frustrated with corn- CITRUS SPRINGS -Citrus County say Blair the witness was able to give deplaints about days of Sheriff's Office deputies have detained tectives descriptions of the suspects and 1 _interrupted service, three people they are calling persons of the vehicle they were traveling in.
The service is owned interest in connection to a bank robbery 'And, one of the deputies was in the by Time Warner Cable at the Capital City Bank at the corner of area and responded very quickly to the
and is provided to both Citrus Springs Boulevard and U.S. 41 scene, maybe in like 10 minutes," Blair
TWOcusomrs shortly after noon. said.
TWCcusomrs ndInvestigators initially were searching Based on the descriptions, deputies
Bright House Networks for a suspect they believed was a black pulled over a vehicle that fit the descrip- customers. male wearing a black jacket with silver tions of the witness, and the three peo- A
Time Warner Cable re- snaps and blue jeans. Surveillance pho- ple in the vehicle were detained. leased the following tos of the suspect showed he had his Major crimes lieutenant Brad Smith
statement: head covered with the jacket. said late Friday afternoon he was confi- STEPHEN E. LASKO/For the Chronicle
"We are experiencing However, according to another wit- dent enough about their hunch about the Citrus County Sheriff's Office crime scene specialists
issues with the TWO Mail ness, there were three suspects, but only investigate a bank robbery Friday afternoon at the
system. We are actively one entered the bank, and all three were See I /Page A2 Capital City Bank in Citrus Springs.
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account explaining what
happened once the issue TALLAHASSEE
is resolved. Florida Gov Rick Scott
Rublo says signed into law on Friday
dozens of measures coverconsider air ig everything from flood
strikes in Iraq insurance, late-term aborRIVIRA BACHtions, electronic cigaRVEABAH- rettes to regulating
Air strikes and other inter- parasailing.
vention should be consid- EARN IE 0OLS EN/For the Chronicle The Republican goverere t cmbt volnt Two middle school students explore the springs at Three Sisters park Tuesday after earlier learning about nor, who has been holding
insurgency in Iraq, Sen. water testing at Hunter Rubio said Friday, Spig.tion camcautioning the country 1a o t*p a i g n
could become a safe Sudeflts epoearea wtnasto learn abutauatic life A* events for
haven for terrorists capa- moswt ofeu'y
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The Florida Republican A.B. SIDIBE ding, quizzing, showing the in- with about two dozen students. m on th,
said he didn't think Staff writer struments of the trade and cob- The group kept a brisk pace. did the
ground troops were the lecting data on a dizzying First, they did water-quality test- GvRik bill signbest response to a "coin- CRYSTAL RIVER -Educator schedule meant to increase ing in front of Hunter Springs Go ttic ings pripletely predictable" situa- Earnie Olsen of the Marine Sci- awareness about the area's Park. Students used instruments Sot v a t e 1 y.
tion, but that U.S. security ence Station was in his element fauna and flora, to record the time, water clarity signed bill Scott and
isdieclypird it i-this week and will be at least for "I grew up here and remember turbidity, air temperature, wind putting into previous
isabiely there ih n the next couple of weeks swimming right here in this bay direction, water temperature place safety goenr
stblt hr.teaching, showing, exploring and Of course, the water was much and tide stages. guidelines for governor
"We have to have every imbuing dozens of impression- more pristine back then. But I Olsen shared his childhood paaaln.hold puboption at our disposal and able middle school students enjoyed my childhood by basi- days with the students again re- lic bill signings during the
that includes both missile about ecosystems and aquatic cally having fun doing all the calling the bay as being summer, but he has spent
strikes and air strikes," life, things this area has to offer and I "pristine." little time in the Capitol
Rubio said, linking the tur- It is time for Camp Citrus, and want these kids to enjoy it the "Do you gyuys know what since the end of the an-


4 IJ chamber president and agencies, nonprofits andB
Contnue fro Pq Altheme, their involvement in "Our goal today is to try Cniudfo aeA Coninud fom ageAlchamber activities." and give them some recog- CniudfoPaeA
"Jsn't it obvious today that nition and also to remind
people being recognized Citrus County isn't just the young people who persons of interest to dewere graduates of local made up of senior citizens," have passed through our tamn them. high schools. said Mulligan. "We have a local schools and moved "I think our detectives
'All of these young people vibrant group ofyoung lead- on to other communities did a great job and are very active in the cham- ers who are now taking con- that there are opportuni- pretty quickly tied a lot ber," said Josh Wooten, trol of business, government ties in Citrus County" of things together. We just don't have enough to
40 uner 40charge them yet, but we 40 uner 40are working on it,"
Adam Czaya associate attorney, law off ice of Keith Taylor, PA.. Smith said as the heli- STEPHEN E. LASKO/For the Chronicle
Adam Thomas director, Citrus County Visitors & Convention Bureau. copter buzzed ahead Crime Scene Technician Crystal Burts dusts for
and crime scene investi- fingerprints Friday on a fence that a suspect allegedly Amy Barbieri -financial adviser, Raymond James. gators and detectives jumped in the process of fleeing from the bank.
Amy Kingery public relations coordinator, Seven Rivers Regional Medical Center. collected evidence and interviewed witnesses. imity to the county line. Is," Smith added. Amy Meek president/CEO, United Way of Citrus County. He said the thieves "We are not 100 percent Contact Chronicle reAustin Brown chief operating officer, Seven Rivers Regional Medical Center. probably targeted the sure yet. You can say we porter AB. Sidibe at 352Brad Smith lieutenant, Major Crimes Section, CCSO. bank because of its fairly are making sure to cross 564-2925 or asidibe@2
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Danielle Rosenthal receptionist, Sunflower Springs Assisted Living. Dawn Fields store manager, Bealls Department Store, Inverness. W ATER
Eric Williams assistant city manager, City of Inverness.
Heather Cogar deputy sheriff, CCSO. Continued from Page Al
Jaysen Roa executive director, HPH Hospice, Citrus County. pristine means,' he ~
Jeremy Ledger owner, Ledger Dentistry. asked.
Jessica Czaya associate attorney, Law Off ice of Keith Taylor, PA. "It means clean, pure
Joanna Castle executive director, YMCA of the Suncoast, Citrus County branch. anupoltdThti how it used to be here, but
Joe Meek county commissioner. now, this bay is polluted
John Hodgkins 11 assistant vice president, Regions Bank, Crystal River. and not very clean. It is no Jonathan Noyes executive meeting manager, Plantation on Crystal River. addged rsie, le
Justin Lamb director of operations, Crystal Motor Car Company. He went on to explain
Katie Mehl public relations manager, Citrus Memorial Health Systems. the causes of the pollution
Keit Pulia usiessdevlopent xectiv, Isigt Cedi Unon.and the prevalence of a Keih Pllis buines eveopmntexeutieInsghtCrditUnin.toxic filamentous algae STEPHEN E. LASKO/for the Chronicle
Kelley Paul regional manager, Wollinka Wikle Title Insurance Agency. called Lyngbya which has Inverness middle school student Carly Bogart and
Kerry Parsons county attorney, Citrus County Attorney's Office. sprouted wide mats on the Lecanto middle school student Jesse Thomas, both sevbay floor choking off the enth graders, use special equipment to test the quality Laura Aguilera assistant principal, Citrus High School. aquatic vegetation which of water at Hunter Springs.
Leon McClellan manager, M&B Dairy. has previously existed. He
Leslie Bollin special events coordinator, city of Crystal River. mentioned fertilizer use as Bogart's interest in ma- water district also gave
another factor rine science. She said she Camp Citrus a grant for
Matt Brannen president, Brannen Bank. Olsen also spoke about plans to return to camp this year's activities.
Megan Fitzpatrick president, Fitzpatrick & Fitzpatrick, P A. the state's underground nextyear District officials say the
Melisa oga pa ead anaerAbiarePari Saon nd ay pa.ocean and source of our Hudson Silverstone of funding, which was $9,240
MelssaHogn sp led mnaerAbiar Pais alo ad Dy Sa.potable water, the Flori- Crystal River Middle this year, supports the disMelissa Olbek agent/manager, Sheldlon-Palmes Insurance. dan aquifer and how that School and Madison trict's Springs CommuniMichelle Largo owner, M Hair Studio, Crystal River. aquifer bubbles out into Pensinger also of Inver- cation plan to help
Nicoll Fenadez- een cordiatr, itrs Hll Gof &Contr Clb.places like King's Bay ness Middle School, educate K-12 students
Nicoll Fenadez- een cordiatr, itrs Hll Gof &Contr Clb.through spring vents. shouted their intentions about the importance of
Quade Feeser real estate broker-associate, Century 2 1, J.W. Morton Real Estate Then it was onto Three to return as they swam water resources.
Inc. Sisters Springs with its around an area where a The five-day camp inSara Williamson senior program director, Citrus County YMCA. balmy 72-degree spring snapping turtle was cludes two full days of
waters. There the stu- sighted. hands-on education on
Shannon Bryant assistant administrator/business manager, Lecanto Surgery dents giddily snorkeled Olsen also spoke about Crystal River and King's Center. and to help relief that the benefits of living Bay and one full day at
Sonya Warden manager of student affairs, College of Central Florida Citrus morning's humid weather shorelines and sub- Weeki Wachee Springs. Campus. Carly Bogart, 11, of In- merged aquatic vegeta- District officials said
Stephen Barbieri executive director, Citrus County Education Foundation. verness Middle School tion. The Southwest they also provide funding and Gavin Coe, of Lecanto Florida Water Manage- to the Citrus County Tanya Williams -associate attorney, Haag, Haag and Friedrich, PA. Middle School said they ment District has plans in School Board to help fund
Tobey Phillips public information officer, Board of County Coinmissioners. were thrilled to be part of the works for living shore- grade-level field trips at Trista Stokes advertising sales manager, Citrus County Chronicle. the camp. lines and beds of eel grass the Marine Science StaThe trip spurred at Hunter Springs. The tion during the school year

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Around the G;ov. signs late-literm abortion bill

Ctu ConyAssociated Press is viable before having an Democrats opposed the that we shouldn't have in Tallahassee."
Ctu Co abortion. It also removes legislation throughout the done." The Florida Conference
TALLAHASSEE -the exception of psycho- committee process and Former Senator Nan of Catholic Bishops have
Save Our Waters Under a new law, abor- logical trouble as an during the 2014 session. Rich is running for the consistently supported the
committee meets tions will be illegal in exception. Rep. Michelle Rehwinkel Democratic nomination in legislation and said adThe Citrus 20/20 Inc. Florida at any point in a The law takes effect Vasilinda, D-Tallahassee, the race for Governor this vances in medicine and Save Our Waters Week woman's pregnancy if her July 1. It keeps an excep- is worried that doctors fall. She said in a written technology has shown that,
Commtte wil met a 10 doctor determines that the tion if a mother's life is at could be open to criminal statement that Scott's sign- "some babies are capable Commit willay Rom at9 10 fetus could survive outside risk or to prevent irre- prosecution and said dif- ing is "an outrage." of survival outside of the
am, onay oo 29 f the womb. versible physical impair- ferent physicians can have "Over the objections of womb in the second
the Lecanto Government Gov Rick Scott signed a ment of a mother's major different determinations nearly every group repre- trimester"
Center, 3600 W. Sovereign bill Friday that redefines bodily function. "It is commonplace for senting Florida women, "This good legislation
Path, off County Road 491. that state's current third- The measure passed the people to get second and this morning Rick Scott protects our society's most The purpose of the meet- trimester abortion ban. House 70-45 and the Sen- third opinions sometimes signed HB 1047, which vulnerable, the unborn, ing is to plan and coordi- Current law prohibits ate 24-15. when they're dealing with places even more restric- and recognizes that an unnate activities for Citrus abortions after 24 weeks of "Governor Scott is pro- something very impor- tions on women's access to born child who is viable County's 19th annual Save pregnancy unless the life and was glad to sign tant" Rehwinkel Vasilinda reproductive choice," and can sustain life outOur Waters Week, Sept. 20 mother's life is at risk. The this bill that protects the said. 'And we know that Rich wrote. "Every time side of the womb has a to 27. All interested individ- new law will require lives of children," physicians do have differ- we let our guard down on right to life," spokeswoman uals and organization rep- women to have a doctor spokesman John Tupps ences of opinion, protecting women, ex- Ingrid Delgado said in a
resentatives are welcome determine whether a fetus said in an email. "It's just ... something tremists go after our rights written statement
to attend and encouraged
to participate.
For more information, call
LaceBlu-Mceanat 52-Preparing for the bishop's visit 20 1-0 149.
Extension Service
anniversary today
The public is invited to
the anniversary celebration of Extension Service from
10 a.m. to 2 p.m. today at
the historic cannery in
This free event offers a
chance to reminisce with J
old recipes, enjoy handcranked ice cream, listen to old-time music, and view
classic equipment and
Light lunch items will be
Town hail meeting
to discuss sidewalk
A town hall meeting has
been scheduled from 6 to
8 p.m. Thursday, July 31, at the Homosassa Library,
4100 S. Grandmarch Ave.,
Homosassa. Commissioner John "JJ" Kenney and representatives of CardnoTBE, the project engineers, will present information on
the Yulee Drive sidewalkL project, which is proposed... ....... .....I
to run from Central Street to U.S. 19.
The proposed sidewalk is NANCY KENNEDY/Chronicle
approximately 2.8 miles in Members of St. Margaret's Episcopal Church in Inverness have been sprucing up the church in preparation of the bishop's upcoming length and is funded by the visit. They've been painting, trimming bushes and minor roof repair. The men on roof detail include Les Lovejoy and Jerry Reeves. Florida Department of
Transportation and administered by Citrus County
under the Local Agency ml
Fo nfrato, al atNominations open for Citrus Vote-by-m il
Eastmond at 352-527-5446. C o n s W o e ofIacb l ota v i b e

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Military license Chronicle nity Those chosen will be Include the following Special to the Chronicle ture (written request only).
p lates changing featured in a special sec- information for each Voters may request a
Do you know a woman tion of the Chronicle on nomination: Are you going to be away vote by mail ballot for a
Several changes are com- who is so good at what she Aug. 27 and honored at the 0 Nominee's name; during the upcoming elec- specific election or for all ing to military license plates does you'd like to see her annual Altrusa awards 0 her work or home tions? Are you going to col- elections through two genissued to veterans and mili- honored publicly? This is dinner on Sept. 4. phone; lege or joining the eral election cycles.
tary members living in Florida. the time to nominate her WHO SHOULD YOU 0 details on why you military? Vote-by-mail ballots are
Gov. Rick Scott on Thurs- for recognition as one of think she is a Woman of Any qualified registered mailed 28 to 35 days before
day signed into law a bill the county's Women of Im- NOMINATE? Impact -be specific, give voter in Citrus County is an election. Ballots are
(HB 559) that mandates re- pact for 2014. Judges are looking for examples; entitled to a vote-by-mail mailed non-forwardable,



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functions are likely to lead to a special Lauer, 56, said in a statement ing Thursday after 50-year-old area property and business own- Today's Birthdays: Real estate relationship. Take advantage of every that "I consider this the best job Cheryl White of Battle Creek ers, said it will "find a marvelous mogul and TV personality Donald invitation, and don't be too shy. in broadcasting. I love the peo- got a mental exam at the re- location" for the letters "where Trump is 68. Singer Boy George is Aries (March 21-April 19) Expect pie I work with every day and I quest of her lawyers. The Battle they can serve the public and be 53. Actor Faizon Love is 46. Interpeople around you to be overly critical, have such respect and gratitude Creek Enquirer reported another part of the future of Gowanus." national Tennis Hall of Famer Steffi evolved in a new project that will allow for the people I work for. I could- hearing will review White's state City Councilman Brad Lander Graf is 45.
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For the RECORD
DUE arrest protection against domestic an active Bay County warrant from the Crystal River Dollar with a suspended license and Thefts
0 Mary Doyle, 68, of West violence. forviolation of parole stemming General. Bond $1,000. possession of cannabis. Ac- 0 A larceny petit theft was
Hunters Ridge Circle, Lecanto, Other arrests from the original charge of 0 Stephanie O'Malley, 37, of cording to his arrest affidavit, reported at 10:07 a.m.
at 5:31 p.m. June 12 on a mis- uttering forged bills and Timberwood Court, Hemando, Serrano was pulled over for Wednesday, June 11, in the 80
demeanor charge of driving 0 Michael Pace, 43, of Her- instruments, at 8:32 p.m. June 12 on an ac- speeding. A K-9 unit alerted to block of S. Adams St., Beverly
under the influence. According nando, at 8:02 a.m. June 12 on
to her arrest affidavit, Doyle ar- a charge of felony battery with 0 Jennifer Douglas, 28, of tive Marion County warrant. possible drugs in the vehicle Hills. rived at Citrus Orthopedic for ar South Oldfield Avenue, Ho- She was also charged with and 3.8 grams of cocaine, 15
mosassa, at 4:05 p.m. June 12 misdemeanor drug parapher- oxycodone pills, and a partially at 11:18 a.m. June 11 in the scheduled appointment, but 0 Charles Rathel, 48, of on a misdemeanor charge of nalia when two syringes were smoked marijuana cigarette at 11:18 afm. Juncoasthe had stayed in her vehicle with East Tinpan Alley, Inverness, at retail petit theft. According to found in her possession during were found in his possession. Crystal River. the car idling. She was asked 11:55 a.m. June 12 on a felony her arrest affidavit, Douglas is her arrest. Bond was denied. to perform field sobriety tests charge of driving with a sus- accused of shoplifting an iPad 0 Michael Richards, 46, of U An auto theft was reported
and did poorly. Tests of her pended license as a habitual cover; a cellular telephone plug Homosassa, at 9:38 p.m. Citrus County 9012:36 p.m. June 11 in the breath showed her blood offender. Bond $2,000. and a blue wireless speaker June 12 on felony charges of Sheriff's Office 900 block of S. Shad Terrace,
alcohol concentration was 0 Megan Vinson, 23, of East from the Inverness Walmart. battery on a law enforcement Burglaries 0 A petit theft was reported
0.200 percent and 0.193 per- Highpoint Lane, Inverness, at Bond $1,000. officer, and resisting an officer
cent. The legal limit is 0.08 per- 1:31 p.m. June 12 on an active 0 John Louallen, 28, of with violence. Bond $10,000. A residential burglary was at 9:20 p.m. June 11 in the cent. Bond $1,000. warrant for felony violation of Crystal River, at 4:23 p.m. 0 Jonus Serrano, 32, of reported at 3:38 p.m. Wednes- 2400 block of E. Gulf-to-Lake
Domestic probation stemming from the June 12 on a misdemeanor North Bradshaw Terrace, In- day, June 11, in the 5200 block Highway, Inverness.
battery arrest original charge of organized charge of retail petit theft. Ac- vemess, at 10:19 p.m. June 12 of E. Live Oak Lane, Inverness. Vandalism
0 Carmine Bynes, 29, of In- fraud. cording to his arrest affidavit, on two counts of felony pos- 0 A residential burglary was A vandalism was reported
vemess, at 1:30 p.m. June 12 0 Miri White, 24, of North- Louallen is accused of shoplift- session of a controlled sub- reported at 1:54 a.m. Thursday, at 5:20 p.m. Wednesday, June on a misdemeanor charge of west 20th Avenue, Crystal ing eight packs of Hanes stance, and misdemeanor June 12, in the 5700 blockof S. 11, in the 4100 block of E. Parviolation of an injunction for River, at 3:54 p.m. June 12 on T-shirts, valued at $7.45 each, charges of knowingly driving Penway Point, Homosassa. sons Point Road, Hernando.

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BILLS ,The safety of Floridi- Scott also signed a bill
ans and the many tourists (SB 708) that would pro- Mentally disabled Daytona Beach News- father's .40-caliber handgun,
Continued from Page Al who visit our state is para- hibit insurers from using man gets 30 years Joumal reported that he was which he was not supposed mount, and this law will credit information to deny convicted in March of to handle.
in the wake of skyrocketing hopefully prevent para- a claim or cancel a policy for killing father manslaughter. White's attorney argued
premiums in the federal sailing tragedies such as The new law would also DAYTONA BEACH -A Authorities said White fa- for a lighter sentence, saying
program although Con- we've seen," said Sen. create a "homeowner mentally disabled man has tality shot his sleeping father, his client suffers from autism
gress did roll back some of Maria Sachs, D-Delray claims bill of rights" that been sentenced to 30 years in Douglas White, in June 2011 and fetal alcohol exposure, those amid an outcry from Beach and the bill sponsor requires insurers to spell been sentencedytoh30iyears in the family's camper near 011 and fetal l coo coastal homeowners. Charities in the state out to homeowners what prison for fatally shooting s New Smyrna Beach. Prose- y teen The attorney
The governor also would be subject to they can expect when adoptive father in central cuoS Marcus White aiyounge. the a e
signed a measure (SB 224) stricter regulations (HB they file a claim. The leg- s s s e said prison was not the place
Flria.changed his story several for White.
that prohibits the sale of 629) under another bill isolation was a top priority AVolusia County judge times when questioned electronic cigarettes to approved by Scott. The of Chief Financial Officer sentenced 23-year-old Mar- about why he was using his -From wire reports
minors, legislation was a top pri- Jeff Atwater cus White on Friday. The
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vests displaying his last to local auto repair shops, city's pothole problem, it's back with a coffee and a his crew are welcome any- Sunday, June 15, 2014, at name, Bachor and his while others simply read at least a small fix, he says. Danish for me," Bachor time to fill potholes in his Mayes Family Services, helpers look official "POTHOLE." His most re- The city hasn't shut down says, "and so I thought that city, one of many hit Downtown Chapel with enough to shut down a cent installment north of his project and some com- was really cool." with an especially large the Rev Danny Lamb offistreet section to work on downtown Chicago -munity members have ex- Gerry Shaheen, a resi- number of the annoying ciating. The family will refilling a pothole. "#2 1914" -pokes fun at pressed gratitude. dent of Peoria, Illinois, re- craters after a hard ceive friends from 1:30 to
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a rainy summer night. Reservoir Their offspring INVERNESS
Why do toadlets cross -each about the size of a 2Virginia C. Markey, 89,
the road? To get to the raisin -make the journey Inverness, died June 5,
woods on the other side -in reverse about six weeks 2014. Chas. E. Davis Fuwhere they will live, eat later neral Home with Cremamosquitoes and grow up So many baby toads were tory is in charge of private
to be full-sized American on the move Monday arrangements.
toads (bufo Americanus). evening it looked like the
After a couple of years, road's muddy shoulder was OIURE
they'll make the reverse alive. Volunteers scooped Associated Press OIURE
trek as adults -unless them up inplastic cups and A humid and rainy summer night makes for quite a rush hour as thousands of baby 0 Call 352-563-5660. they get squashed by a car deposited them on the toads try to hop across a busy street in Roxborough neighborhood of Philadelphia. That's where the Toad habitat side of the street t ls h tetfra Tog oewl n
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rerouting cars so the am- dozen toadlets. 'And toads cross the road this portant, she said, and local phibians can cross the they're so tiny They look spring, said volunteer co- residents seem to support s
two-lane street without like bugs." ordinator Claire Morgan. the project -especially
fear of croaking. The detour program And because female toads after they volunteer to help. 9
The cycle starts in early began in 2009 when a local can lay thousands of eggs,' "We get some people spring when adult toads, resident noticed the toad- many more toads are mi- that question it" said Morwhich can fit in the palm filled road. City officials grating the other way and gan. "But after they do it, of your hand, emerge from later granted permission need protection. they're hooked." -S

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AT&T Inc T 31.74 -0- 36.86 35.03 +.20 +0.6 V V -0.4 +2.9 10 1.84 their first weekly losses in 4,310.65. help Priceline, an online
Ametek Inc AME 39.46 0~ 62.05 53.27 +.02 ..V A A +11.11 +26.8 25 0.36f a month. A combination of Intel was one of the top travel company, branch
Anheuser-Busch lnBev BUD 83.94 --- 114.23 111.10 -.74 -0.7 A A +4.4 +23.6 2.82e so-so economic news and gainers in the S&P 500 out into a new business.
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EPR Properties EPR 46.69 --0 55.90 54.78 +.13 +0.2 V A A +11.4 +13.1 17 3.42 China's house prices have marched higher
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Gerry Mulligan ...................publisher
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by Albert M. Times, if's naive to expect fa- tertaining if Greenwald himself writes that "by ordering illegal
Williamson Brad Bautista........................... copy chief vorable treatment in the New didn't come across as so un- eavesdropping, the president
'You may differ with my choice, but not my tight to choose." York Times Book Review Been pleasant. Maybe he's charming had committed crimes and
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MO IN F RW RDfact. to Hide,' Greenwald the meaning of "eavesdropMO I G F R A DOn the first go- seems like a self- ping."
around, the NYTBR righteous sourpuss." It doesn't mean storing phone
reviewer -a Times Alas, anybody and Internet records in a giant
alumnus -described who's experienced database; it means listening in
mine as a "nasty" Greenwald's dogged on conversations or searching
C i y m n g r book for hinting that ad hominem argu- people's hard drives, and to
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rank DiGiovanni's Commission Chairman J.J appropriate reviewer for Joe However contrary to the around with assault rifles daroffe ofan olie Knneyspekin tothe Conason's and my book "The army of syntactically chal- ing the feds to make something offr f a "liv Knne seakngto he Hunting of the President' in its lenged Greenwald fans who of it. F branch" could not Chronicle Editorial Board on own Washington bureau -the turned his essay into an Inter- George Packer makes a recome at a better time for Wednesday described it as a original source of the great net cause celebre, Kinsley lated point in Prospect: 'A
county commissioners deal- "good hour" and was positive Whitewater hoax our book de- never said the man should be friend from Iran who was jailed ing with internal strife and about the opportunity to work constructed. That reviewer ac- jailed. He wrote that being in- and tortured for having the fractious relationships. together with the city of In- cused us of partisan hackery on vited to explain why not on wrong political beliefs, and who DiGiovanni, In- verness to solve the authority of one of the few "Meet the Press" hardly consti- is now an American citizen, obverness city man- the issues. wildly inaccurate Whitewater tutes evidence of government served drily, 'I prefer to be
ager, with THE ISSUE: The public stories the Times had itself ac- oppression. spied on by NSA."'
Inverness City battle between tually corrected. Indeed, also contrary to the So which of the 2 million-odd
Council mem- DiGiovanni opens Commissioner If you think we got a correc- Times public editor Margaret documents Edward Snowden
bers in the door to meaningful Scott Adams and tion, however you'd be mis- Sullivan, Kinsley nowhere "ex- swiped from the National Secuaudience, laid dialogue with County Adminis- taken. pressed a beliefthat manyjour- rity Agency should end up in
out a plan Thes- BOOG. trator Brad So when Greenwald com- nalists find appalling: that news the newspaper and who gets to
day or pendia Thope as is- plains that his book "No Place organizations should simply decide? On that score, Kinsley's
dalor opten ia- OPNO: tre hasmdis- to Hide" -which details his defer to the government' in de- otherwise crystal-clear argutoge tween OUROPNIO:resoms and Edward Snowden's excit- ciding what secrets to reveal. ment gets foggy. His point is that
thetw gven- Welcomed soes from ing adventures in Hong Kong He wrote that "the process of in a fallen world, the governing bodies during development their duties and before the Boy Hero flew off to decision-making -whatever it ment has legitimate secrets to
Citrus' Board .of should strengthen dominated head- Moscow -got savaged by turns out to be -should openly protect: classic example, the County Commis- relationships. lines of late. Di- NYTBR reviewer Michael tilt in favor of publication with date and location of the D-Day
sioners meeting. Giovanni's offer Kinsley, it' s easy to feel sympa- minimal delay" landings.
The city manager provides calm thetic. It' s no fun getting Call me old fashioned, but I "In a democracy (which, pace
described the presentation as and the promise of stabilizing trashed in the only book review do think the newspaper's pub- Greenwald, we still are), that an "epic" and "come-together" the relationship between two that really matters. lic editor should be more capa- decision must ultimately be
moment governing partners. Kinsley's biting wit and with- ble of fair paraphrase -an made by the government," he
The list of issues included Citrus County's residents, ering cynicismi can be hard to important journalistic skill. writes. a property swap, a utility pur- and taxpayers, will benefit take. But for all that the review However what Kinsley's Hence misunderstanding. chase, bicycle trails and con- far more from a meeting of wasn't entirely negative. It provocative essay did very ef- Had he simply specified "connections, trail planning and the minds between these two never denied the importance of fectively was to question how gress and the courts," there development, tourism, U.S. bodies than any number of Greenwald and Snowden's rev- seriously the author (and Ed- would have been a lot less hy41, veterans' memorials at the corruption witch hunts being elations about government ward Snowden) had thought perventilating. Old Courthouse, downtown perpetrated by Commis- snooping, nor did it question through the logic of their posi- Where's an editor when you urban planning, a potential sioner Adams. Commission- the author's journalistic in- tion that when it comes to gov- need one?
tegrity. ernment secrets, every man is __consolidation of county of- ers should focus on creating "The Snowden leaks were his own director of National Seflces and the Valerie Theater, more moments of accord, important -a legitimate curity. Arkansas Times columnist
in addition to Whispering consensus building within scoop," he wrote, "and we might And the answer seems to be, Gene Lyons is a National
Pines Park -but left out the and with its partners, and never have known about the not too seriously at all. But then Magazine Award winner fire service MSBU because of presenting solutions rather NSAs lawbreaking if it hadn't my view is that the Greenwald- and co-author of "The its complexity than pointing fingers and been for them." Snowden revelations about Hun ting of th e President"
As DiGiovanni explained finding blame. True, Kinsley's tone is far NSA "metadata" hoarding (St. Martin's Press, 2000).
the issues, he also offered so- DiGiovanni has opened the from worshipful. "His story is made for exciting headlines You can email Lyons at lutions. Commissioners were door to meaningful dialogue full of journalistic derring-do, and a Pulitzer Prize but little or eugeneyons2&yahoo. com. receptive and said they were and it should be an invitation
willing to work out the issues. welcomed by all.

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research on tornado fataliSFlorida more ties, said Florida State
1 1 1University meteorology
vulnerable to [ Jprofessor James Eisner
and Barb Mayes Boustead,
a National Oceanic and Attwisers hanmospheric Administration meteorologist and tornado
Visibility is another
Associated Press problem for tornadoes in
the Southeast. Because of
WASHINGTON -Okla- atmospheric conditions,
Associated Press homa and Kansas may have tnst e
A festivalgoer who goes the reputation as tornado more tornadoes at night,
by the name Quarry hot spots, but Florida and making them harder to see,
Breakdown dances and the rest of the Southeast are Konrad said. It also means
sings Friday a resy far more vulnerable to sm epe myb
Bluegrass performs at the killer twisters, a new analy- asleep and miss warnings.
Bonnaroo Music & Arts sis shows. The South also has more
Festival in Manchester, Florida leads the country trees and buildings to
Tenn. in deaths calculated per block the view of oncom______________ mile a tornado races along ing tornadoes, Konrad
the ground, followed by said. And they also tend to
Obama delaying Tennessee, North Carolina, AsoitdPescome from low-hanging
on immigration Ohio and Alabama, accord- AsoitdPesclouds, making them
ing to an analysis of the past An American flag waves over the remains of a tornado-ravaged neighborhood harder to see. WASHINGTON To the three decades by the fed- May 23, 2011, in Tuscaloosa, Ala., a month after a killer storm. Oklahoma and Kansas Florida tends to get torfrustration of many of his eral Southeast Regional may have the reputation as tornado hotspots, but Florida and the rest of the Southeast nadoes more in the winter, supporters, President Barack Climate Center at the Uni- are far more vulnerable to killer twisters, a new analysis shows. while the Southeast torObama is backing away from versity of North Carolina. Florida's death rate of 2.4 western parts of the Caroli- many tornadoes as Okla- nado season is February immigration changes he That's because Florida is deaths per 100 miles of tor- nas -is where "more peo- homa and they aren't as through April, Konrad
could make on his own. He is No. 1 in so many factors that nado ground track is more ple die from tornadoes" strong, but when Florida said. The Midwest generkicking the issue to House make tornadoes more risky: than two-and-a-half times than anywhere else in the does get them, "people are ally sees them in the spring Republicans instead, despite mobile homes, the elderly that of Oklahoma and world, said Conrad. especially vulnerable," and summer
mounting evidence they and the poor, said center di- nearly five times that of Three years ago, a four- Konrad said. He presented This year, which is so far won't address the millions of rector Charles Konrad 11, Kansas. day outbreak of more than the research at an Ameni- unusually quiet, seven torimmigrants living illegally in who headed the new work Along with Florida, Dixie 200 tornadoes killed 316 can Meteorological Society nadoes have killed 35 peothe United States. "People are just much Alley- includingArkansas, people in Alabama, Missis- meeting in Colorado this ple, 32 of them in the
This week, lawmakers more vulerable in amobile Louisiana, Alabama, Mis- sippi, Tennessee, Virginia week. Southeast, including 16
from both parties summarily home than they are in a reg- sissippi, Georgia, Ten- and Georgia. Konrad's work makes in Arkansas and 11 in
declared immigration over- ular home," Konrad said. nessee, Kentucky and Florida doesn't get as sense and fits with earlier Mississippi. haul efforts dead after House
Majority Leader Eric Cantor
suffered an unexpected defeat at the hands of a fellow
Republican who criticized e ud
him as too soft on the issue.
But Obama still voices hope
Congress will act. Bergdal
It's an approach that's
drawing friendly fire from inObama has been sitting on look s
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dies in Congress, Republi- SNATNO Am
cans can't claim it was Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl "looked
Obama who pulled the plug. good' after arriving back in
Instead, Obama hopes his the United States and will
strategy will allow Democrats work daily with health profesdown the road to put all the sionals after being held by the
blame on Republicans for Taliban for five years in
failing to deal with immi- Afghanistan, military officials
grants in the U.S. illegally. -said Friday
illing leaves Bergdahl's
authorities in fam ieha
Georgia baffled him since he
arrived at
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than a month after the MdclCn
beheading of a retiree and edia Fort
the slaying of his elderly wife, Samn Houolaw enforcement agents ton after ~gt. Bowe
haven't been able to crack Bergdahlri
the case and it's a hot topic dy n
of conversation in the gated, Associated Press Am fiil ol o a
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Netherlands routs defending champ Spain

Lands coach Louis van Gaal, who was criticized for
Soxo, earn his decision to play five defenders against Spain. He

WTJT insisted the formation had attacking potential as
Victories well as nullifying Spain s fluent passing game.

It did. And then some.
At the end, Dutch fans were roaring "Ole" as their
Associated Press team passed the ball around and Spain chased
SALVADOR, Brazil -The Netherlands thrashed It all started so well for Spain, with Xabi Alonso Spain 5-1 Friday, toying with the defending champi- converting a 27th minute penalty. But it went downons in the second half and gaining a measure of re- hill fast after Van Persie tied the game with an unvenge for its 2010 loss in the World Cup final, believable looping header shortly before half time. Robin van Persie and Arjen Robben both scored Daley Blind launched a 40-yard pass from near midtwice and defender Stefan de Vrij grabbed his first field, and Van Persie timed his leap perfectly to international goal in a humiliating defeat for a guide the ball gently over goalie Iker Casillas, who Spain team that has won its last three major helplessly watched it go into the net tournaments.
It was the worst loss for Spain in the game's show- See IU/Page B3
case tournament since a 6-1 defeat to Brazil in 1950. eores.
In one game, Van Persie doubled his goal tally a goal with a diving header Friday during a u
from the whole 2010 World Cup. The orange-clad World Cup soccer match against Spain in
Dutch fans at the Arena Fonte Nova gave him a Salvador, Brazil. The Netherlands routed the standing ovation when he was substituted. defending World Cup champions 5-1.
The victory was particularly sweet for Nether- Associated Press

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Leader sits at

10-under par

. . ". .entering weekend

Associated Press

Kaymer is playing a brand of golf
rarely seen in the U.S. Open It
might even be enough for soccermad Germany to
pay attention.
The other 155
players at Pinehurst No. 2 certainly are.
Kaymer set
the 36-hole scoring record at the
AU.S. Open on Friday with an- Martin
Associated Press other 5-under 65 Kaymer New York Rangers center Brian Boyle, left, reacts with teammate defenseman Ryan McDonagh, right, after scoring a goal -this one with- 10-unds.
Friday against the Los Angeles Kings during the second period in Game 5 of the NHL Stanley Cup Finals in Los Angeles. The out a single two rounds.
game went into overtime tied 2-2 and was not over before deadline. bogey-to build
a six-shot lead over Brendon
Rangers, Kings need O T to decide Game 5 of Stanley Cup Finals Todd and leave the rest of the
field wondering if the 29-year-old
Associated Press Both teams had tantalizing scoring the Kings seemed to be on course for a German was playing a different
chances late in regulation, but nobody celebration. course, or even a different
LOS ANGELES Marian Gaborik could connect Los Angeles got another big-game goal tournament.
scored the tying power-play goal with Instead, the finalists headed to over- from Williams, who put the Kings ahead "If he does it for two more 12:04 left in regulation, and the Los An- time at Staples Center for the third time just 6:04 into Game 5 after linemates days, then we're all playing for
geles Kings and New York Rangers were in three games. Dwight King and Jarret Stoll applied second spot," Adam Scott said.
tied at 2 after three periods in Game 5 of After falling behind early, New York pressure on Lundqvist, who made 40 Kaymer was at 10-under 130, the Stanley Cup finals, outplayed the Kings and finally got the saves in the Rangers' victory in Game 4. breaking by one shot the record
Justin Williams scored an early goal for equalizer with 4:23 left in the second pe- Williams came up behind the scrum set by Rory Mcllroy at rain-softthe Kings, who were attempting to wrap riod while Dwight King was in the box for and slid the puck right underneath a ened Congressional in 2011. He up their second NHL title in three years high-sticking. After several sharp passes sprawling Lundqvist for his ninth goal of had an eight-shot lead when he on home ice. Jonathan Quick made 13 in a prolonged possession, Ryan McDon- an outstanding postseason. finished his morning round.
saves for Los Angeles, which won three agh found Kreider in front for New The Kings had fallen behind 2-0 to Todd made some tough par saves of the series' first four games. York's second power-play score of the begin three of the first four games in this to keep bogeys off his card for
Chris Kreider scored a power-play goal series. series, so their fans vocally welcomed a 67.
and Brian Boyle added a short-handed Boyle then got a stunner, capitalizing their first lead in three games at Staples "I heard he played the No. 3 score late in the second period for the on the Kings' poor power-play work in Center, which was filled with raucous course. Is that true?" Kevin Na Rangers, who were trying to avoid elimi- the final minute of the period. He skated chants of "Go Kings Go!" while both said after a 69 put him seven nation again after winning Game 4 at around Drew Doughty and wiring a shot teams were still in their dressing rooms. shots behind. "It's unbelievable Madison Square Garden. into the far top corner behind Quick with But the Rangers kept pressure on the what he's done. Is 4 or 5 under
Henrik Lundqvist stopped 27 shots in 29 seconds left Kings during one of their best periods of out there? Yes. Ten under out
another standout performance, but Ga- It was Boyle's third goal in 25 postsea- the series, playing with no discernible there? No, I don't think so. I guess borik poked the tying goal between his son games. worry about their perilous position. They it was out there for him. I
legs on a rebound for his 14th goal in a A stunned Staples Center crowd sat kept it up in the second period, while the watched some of the shots he hit spectacular postseason by the Kings' silent as the Kings left the ice for the sec- Kings struggled to match their pace and and some of the putts he's made
late-season acquisition. ond intermission. Until the late swerve, effort and he looks flawless."
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Washington 35 31 .530 - 7-3 L-2 19-15 16-16 St. Louis 35 32 .522 5 5-5 W-1 17-14 18-18 Los Angeles 35 33 .515 8% 5-5 L-2 13-19 22-14 Arcia rf 4 0 0 0 Cstllns 3b 4 0 1 0
Miami 34 31 .523 % 6-4 L-1 22-11 12-20 Pittsburgh 32 34 .485 7% 2% 6-4 W-2 20-16 12-18 Colorado 31 35 .470 11% 3% 3-7 W-2 19-14 12-21 Plouffe 3b 2 0 0 0 Avila c 3 0 2 0
NewYork 29 37 .439 6 5% 2-8 L-2 14-19 15-18 Cincinnati 31 34 .477 8 3 5-5 W-2 17-17 14-17 San Diego 28 38 .424 14% 6% 2-8 L-4 16-19 12-19 Nunezss 3 0 0 0 RDavis pr 0 0 0
Philadelphia 28 37 .431 6% 6 4-6 L-1 15-20 13-17 Chicago 27 38 .415 12 7 6-4 W-1 15-14 12-24 Arizona 29 40 .420 15 7 6-4 L-2 12-24 17-16 EEscor2b 3 1 1 2 yc 0
AnRmn ss 2 0 1 0
TrHntrph 1 0 0 0
Suarezss 0 0 0 0
N L Totals 31 242 Totals 3206 0
Minnesota 001 000 001 2
N L Detroit 000 000 000 0
E-Nunez (3), Suarez (1). DP-Minnesota 1,
Detroit 1. LOB-Minnesota 8, Detroit 8. 2BCubs 2, Phillies I J.Martinez(7), Castellanos (12), Avila (11). HRE.Escobar (2). SB-D.Santana (5). S-Kinsler.
Chicago Philadelphia IP H RER BB SO
ab rh bi ab r h bi Minnesota
Coghlnl If 4 0 1 0 GwynJcf 3 00 0 Gibson W,6-5 7 5 0 0 2 3
Sweenycf 4 00 0 Bastrdp 0 00 0 FienH,11 1 0 0 0 0 1
Rizzo l b 2 11 0 Mayrryph 1 000 Perkins S,17-19 1 1 0 0 0 1
SCastross 3 1 1 2 DeFrts p 0 0 0 0 Detroit
Valuen3b 4 00 0 Rollins ss 4 1 1 0 SmylyL,3-5 6 4 1 1 3 2
Schrhltrf 3 0 1 0 Utley2b 4 0 0 0 Alburquerque 1 0 0 0 0 0
JoBakrc 3 0 0 0 Howard lb 4 0 0 0 Chamberlain 1 0 0 0 0 0
Barney2b 3 0 0 0 Byrdrf 3010 Nathan 2/30 1 0 2 0
Arrietap 2 0 0 0 DBrwnl If 4 0 2 1 Coke 1/30 0 0 0 1
Oltph 1 0 0 0 Ruizc 4 0 1 0 HBP-by Nathan (Nunez). WP-Nathan.
Strop p 0 00 0 Brignc3b 2 00 0 Umpires-Home, Brian Knight; First, Jim
NRmrz p 0 0 0 0 RHrndz p 0 0 0 0 Reynolds; Second, Seth Buckminster; Third,
Hollnds p 0 0 0 0 Manny Gonzalez.
Revere ph-cf 2 0 0 0 T-3:00. A-39,811 (41,681).
Totals 29 242 Totals 3115 1
Chicago 000 200 000 2 Blue Jays 4, Orioles 0
Philadelphia 000 000 001 1
DP-Philadelphia 1. LOB-Chicago 3, Philadel- 'Toronto Baltimore
phia 6. 2B-Rollins (9), D.Brown (9). HR- ab rh bi ab rh bi
S.Castro (9). S-R.Hernandez. Reyesss 3 1 0 0 Markksrf 4 00 0
IP H RERBBSO MeCarrl If 4 01 0 Pearce If 4 02 0
Chicago Bautistrf 3 0 1 1 A.Jonescf 4 0 2 0
ArrietaW,2-1 7 2 0 0 1 9 Linddh 4 0 1 0 C.Davislb 4 00 0
StropH,6 1 1 0 0 0 0 Encrnclb 4 00 0 N.Cruzdh 4 00 0
N.RamirezS,2-2 1 2 1 1 1 2 Lawrie 2b-3b3 1 0 0 Hardy ss 4 0 2 0
Philadelphia JFrncs3b 3 1 1 2 Machd3b 4 0 3 0
R.Hernandez L,2-5 52/33 2 2 2 5 StTllsn2b 1 0 0 0 Schoop2b 4 0 0 0
Hollands 1/3 0 0 0 0 1 DNavrrc 3 00 0 CJosphc 2 00 0
Bastardo 2 0 0 0 0 3 Gosecf 1 1 0 0 DYongph 1 00 0
De Fratus 1 1 0 0 0 1 Totals 29 4 4 3 Totals 35 0 9 0
HBP-by R.Hernandez (S.Castro). WP-Strop. Toronto 020 000 020 4
Umpires-Home, Mark Ripperger; First, Lance Baltimore 000 000 000 0
Barksdale; Second, Gary Cederstrom;Third, Will E-Schoop (8). DP-Toronto 1, Baltimore 2.
Little. Associated Pres LOB-Toronto 4, Baltimore 9. 2B-Hardy (15),
T-2:51.A-6Associated Press Machado (5). HR-J.Francisco (11). CS-Gose
T251 A26154 (43651) Tampa Bay Rays' Alex Cobb throws during the first inning against the Houston Astros, Friday in Houston. The (3).
Cardinals 1, Rays won 6-1, but box score and story were not sent by deadline. IP H R ER BB SO
Nationals 0 tron
Washingtonto Gattis, Johnson lift Braves ast Angels 4-3 HutchisonW,5-4 76 0 0 0 3
Washington St. Louis ~ X L 1~l i aLmO Cil1/3 2 0 0 0 1
ab rhbi ab rhbi McGowanS,1-1 12/31 0 0 0 3
Spancf 4 0 0 0 MCrpnt3b 3 0 0 0 Baltimore
RendonS3b 40 00 0 Wong 0 In2bia s 3 0Gibson (6-5) allowed five hits and U.Jimenez L,2-8 6 3 2 2 5 2
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Werth rf 3 0 1 0 Hollidylf 3 0 0 0 S In i nsA EICAN LEM U E two walks while striking out three. He Tom.Hunter 11/31 2 1 1 1
LaRoch lb 3000 Craig rf 3 0 0 -3 w h Friday's Games threwsev scoreless innings for a HBPby Hutchison (C.Josep0h).0 0WPZmrmn If 3 0 0 0 YMolin c 3 0 0 0 1-3 with Toronto 4, Baltimore 0 second straight start and held an op- Tom.Hunter.
Dsmndss 3 0 0 0 MAdmslb 3 1 2 1 Minnesota 2, Detroit 0
Espinos2b 3 0 0 0 JhPerltss 2 0 0 0 1 7 Boston 10, Cleveland 3 ponent without a run for the third time Umpires-Home, Mike DiMuro; First, Mike EsLoaton c 2 0 1 0 Jay cf 3 0 0 0 seC son-&i 1i& UfS Atlanta 4, L.A. Angels 3 in four outings. tabrook; Second, Hunter Wendelstedt; Third,
McLoth ph 1 0 0 p 0 0Jerry Layne.
McLoth ph 1 0 0 0 Rosnthl p 0 0 0 0 Kansas City at Chicago White Sox, Late. Casey Fien pitched a perfect eighth T2:44 A-44031 (45971)
Zmrmn p 2 0 0 0 Lynn p 2 0 0 0 Associated Press Tampa Bay at Houston, Late.
Dobbs ph 1 0 0 0 Bourjos cf 0 0 0 0 N.YYankees at Oakland, Late. and Glen Perkins gave up one hit in Red Sox 10, Indians 3
Totals 29 0 2 0 Totals 25 1 3 1 ATLANTA Evan Gattis and Texas at Seattle, Late. the ninth, closing the game for his Red Sox 10 ndia s 3
Washington 000 000000 0 Today's Games 17th save in 19 chances. Cleveland Boston
St. Louis 010 000 00x 1 Chris Johnson hit back-to-back Kansas City (Duffy 3-5) at Chicago White Sox (Noesi ab rh bi ab rh bi
E-Holliday (2), Wong (5). DP-Washington 2, homers in the first inning and the 2-4), 2:10 p.m. Drew Smyly (3-4) gave up one run, Bourncf 4 0 0 0 Holt If 5 11 0
St. Louis 1. LOB-Washington 2, St. Louis 1. Braves edged the Los Angeles An- Cleveland (House 0-1) at Boston (Peavy 1-4), four hits and three walks over six ACarerss 4 1 2 0 Bogarts 3b 4 2 1 1
HR-Ma.Adams (4). gels 4-3 on Friday night for their 4:05 p.m. innings. Brantly If 4 0 2 1 Pedroia 2b 3 2 1 2
IP H RER BB SO Toronto (Dickey 6-4) at Baltimore (B.Norris 5-5) Jays Orioles Kipnis2b 4 00 0 D.Ortiz dh 2 1 0 0
Washington first interleague win. 4:05 p.m. Blue Jays 4, Orioles 0 Chsnhll 3b 4 0 0 0 Napoli lb 3 1 2 2
Zimmermann L,5-3 8 3 1 1 1 5 The Braves were 0-6 against Minnesota(Deduno 2-4) at Detroit (A.Sanchez 2-2), DvMrprf 4 1 1 0 Navarf 4 1 2 1
St. Louis American League teams before 4:08 p.m. BALTIMORE Drew Hutchison YGomsc 2 0 0 0 Przyns c 4 11 2
Lynn W,7-4 8 2 0 0 0 8 taking advantage of four runs in Tampa Bay (Archer 3-3) at Houston (Cosart 5-5), scattered six hits over seven innings Kottarsc 1 0 0 0 JHerrrss 4 0 1 0
Rosenthal S,18-21 1 0 0 0 0 34:0m.Catl 4112Bryrf 4121
Umpires-Home, Marl y Foster; First, Rob Drake; the first on the two homers off C.J. 4:10 p.m. in another sparkling performance on CSantn lb 4 1 1 2 BrdlyJr cf 4 1 2 1
Umpires-Home, Marty Foster; First, Rob Drake; L.A. Angels (Richards 6-2) at Atlanta (Floyd 1-2), and the Toronto Blue Raburn dh 4 0 1 0
Second, Alan Porter; Third, Joe West. Wilson (7-6), including a three-run 7:15 p.m. the road, and the Toronto Blue Jays Totals 35 373 Totals 331011 9
T-2:03. A-41,519 (45,399). shot by Gattis. N.YYankees (Kuroda 4-4) at Oakland (Kazmir 7-2), got a two-run homer from Juan Fran- Cleveland 021 000 000 3
INTERLEAGUE Aaron Harang (5-5) allowed one 10:05 p.m. cisco in a 4-0 victory over the Balti- Boston 032 000 41x 10
run in six innings to end a streak Texas (J.Saunders 0-2) at Seattle (E.Ramirez 1-4), more Orioles. E-Day.Murphy (2), Bogaerts (8). DP-CleveBraves 4, Angels 3 of five consecutive starts without 1010 p.m. Hutchison (54) outpitched Ubaldo land 1. LOB- Cleveland 6(1), B oston 6. 2B-0
A.Cabrera 2 (16), Brantley (17), Pedroia (20),
Los Angeles Atlanta a win. Jimenez (2-8), who allowed two runs Napoli (10), Nava (4), Pierzynski (10). 3Bab r h bi ab r h bi Braves right fielder Jason Hey- NATIONAL LEAGUE and three hits in six innings but fell to Bradley Jr. (2). HR-C.Santana (8), Bogaerts
Calhon rf 3 1 2 0 Heywrd rf 0 1 0 0 ward left the game with a bruised Friday's Games 0-6 at home. (6).
Trout cf 3 1 1 0 JSchafrph-rf 3 01 0 IP H RERBBSO
Pujols lb 4 0 1 2 BUpton cf 4 0 0 0 right hand after being hit by a Chicago Cubs 2, Philadelphia 1 The difference was Francisco's 11th Cleveland
Cowgill pr 0 0 0 0 FFrmn lb 2 1 0 0 pitch from Wilson in the first in- Atlanta 4, L.A. Angels 3
St. Louis 1, Washington 0 home run, a second-inning drive into Masterson L,4-5 2 3 5 5 4 0
Jepsenp 0 0 0 0 J.Upton If 4 0 0 0 ning. The Braves said X-rays were Cincinnati at Milwaukee, Late. the Baltimore bullpen following a walk Crockett 12/32 0 0 0 0
JHmltn If 3 0 0 0 Gatis c 4 1 2 3 negative and Heyward is day to Arizona at L.A. Dodgers, Late. to Brett Lawrie. Atchisonski 11/30 0 0 1 0
HKndrc2b 3 0 0 0 CJhnsn3b 4 1 2 1 day Colorado at San Francisco, Late. Rzepczynski 1 2 2 2 0 1
Aybarss 4 0 0 0 LaStell2b 4 0 1 0 ColodoaSa Frnciso, Late. Hutchison struck out three, walked Shaw 1/3 2 2 2 1 0
Freese 3b 4 0 1 0 Kimrel p 0 0 0 0 The Angels trailed 4-1 before Pittsburgh at Miami, Late.
Conger c 4 1 1 0 ASmnsss 4 0 2 0 Albert Pujoshad a two-run singe San Diego at N.Y Mets, Late none and permitted only one runner Outman 11/31 0 0 0 1
Today's Games past second base. The right-hander is Allen 1/311111
CWilsn p 2 0 0 0 Harang p 1 0 0 0 off Shae Simmons in the eighth. Chicago Cubs (E.Jackson 4-6) at Philadelphia 1-3 with an 8.72 ERA at home and 41 LackeyBostonW,8-4 62/37 3 3 1 5
Morin p 0 0 0 0 Uggla ph 1 0 0 0 Craig Kimbrel struck out Raul (Buchanan 1-3), 3:05 p.m. 1-3 with an 8.72 ERA at home and 4-1 Lackey 84 62/37 3 3 1 5
Ibanezph-1b2 0 0 0 Hale p 0 0 0 0 A.MillerH,5 11/30 0 0 0 0
Smmns p 0 0 0 0 Ibanez to cap a perfect ninth in- Colorado (Bergman 0-1) at San Francisco (Vogelsong with a 1.79 ERA on the road. A IH,5 11/30 0 0 0 0
R.ea b 0 0 nngfr i 1t sv.4-3), 4:05 p.m. Badenhop 1 0 0 0 0 3
R.Pena 2b 0 0 0 0 ning for his 19th save. 4-Pittsburgh (Morton 3-7) at Miami (Wolf 1-2), 4:10 p.m Masterson pitched to 2 batters in the 3rd.
Totals 32 362 Totals 31 4 8 4 Harang, 36, earned his first win San Diego (Hahn 0-1) at N.Y Mets (Z.Wheeler 2-6), NATIONAL LEAGUE Rzepczynski pitched to 2 batters in the 7th.
Los Angeles 001 000 020 3 in eight career starts against the 4:10 p.m. 2 WP-Allen.
A pton (4). DP 000Atl 100x OB-Los A4 Angels. He was 0-4 with a 10.48 Cincinnati (Latos 0-0) at Milwaukee (Gallardo 4-4), Cubs 2, Phillies 1 pres omeTom n tir, ea Bar
E-B.Upton (4). DP-Atlanta 1. LOB-Los An- ber; Second, Chris Guccione; Third, Eric Cooper.
geles 6, Atlanta 7. 2B-Trout (16), Conger (7). ERA in four 2013 starts for Seattle 7:15 p.m. PHILADELPHIA- Jake Arrieta T-3:13. A-35,772 (37,499).
HR-Gattis (14), C.Johnson (3). SB-J.Schafer against the Angels. L.A. Angels (Richards 6-2) atAtlanta (Floyd 1-2), 7:15 threw seven impressive innings, Star(7). CSPFreese (1). S-Harang. Harang was a combined 5-12 Washington (Strasburg 6-4) at St. Louis (S.Miller lin Castro hit a two-run homer and the Rays schedule
Los Angeles IP H R ER BB So with Los Angeles and the Mets last 7-5), 7:15 p.m. Chicago Cubs beat the Philadelphia
C.Wilson L,7-6 6 6 4 4 2 8 season, but he is reviving his ca- Arizona (Collmenter 4-3) at L.A. Dodgers (Haren 6-4), Phillies 2-1 in a matchup of last-place June 14 at Houston
Morin 1 1 0 0 0 1 reer in 2014. He gave up four hits 10:10p.m. June15 atHouston
Jepsen 1 1 0 0 0 1 and three walks with two strike- teams. June 16 vs. Baltimore
Atlanta outs while lowering his ERA to AMERICAN LWAGUE Arrieta (2-1) allowed two hits and no June 17 vs. Baltimore
HarangW,5-5 6 41 1 32 g.0 am st rn eow ic-runs, tying a career high with nine June18 vs. Baltimore
Hale H,2 1 0 0 0 0 1 3.20 almost a run below his ca- Red Sox 10, Indians 3 strikeouts. He didn't give up a hit until June 19 Houson
S.Simmons H,6 1 2 2 1 1 1 reer average. June 20 vs. Houston
Kimbrel S,19-22 1 0 0 0 0 2 After being hit on the top of his BOSTON -A.J. Pierzynski, Mike Domonic Brown sliced a double just June21 vs. Houston
HBP-by C.Wilson (Heyward).WP-Harang 2. hand leading off the first inning, Napoli and Dustin Pedroia hit two-run inside the left field line with one out in June 22 vs. Houston
Umpires-Home, David Rackley; First, Brian Heyward remained in the game doubles and the Boston Red Sox the fifth. June23 vs. Pittsburgh
Gorman; Second, Angel Campos; Third, Tony H y rdoulsJune 24 vs. Pittsburgh
Randazzo. and scored on the homer by Gat- scored their season-high in runs in a The Phillies were seeking their first June 25 vs. Pittsburgh
T-2:59. A-39,699 (49,586). tis. Jordan Schafer hit for Hey- 10-3 victory over the Cleveland Indi- four-game winning streak since last June 27 at Baltimore
ward in the second. ans on Friday night. June 2-6. June28 at Baltimore
June 29 at Baltimore
This date In The homer by Gattis, his 14th, After managing just one run in a Phillies starter Roberto Hernandez June 30 at NYYankees
also drove in Freddie Freeman, three-game series at Baltimore, (2-5) was ejected after hitting Castro July 1 at NYYankees
baseball who walked. Johnson followed Boston won its second straight over with a fastball on the left arm in the July 2 at NYYankees
June 14 with his homer over the center Cleveland, which has lost four in a sixth inning. July 3 at Detroit
1952-Warren Spahn of the Boston Braves field wall for a 4-0 lead. row. Hernandez allowed two runs and July 5 at Detroit
struck out 18 Cubs in a 3-1, 15-inning loss to Wilson had allowed only one The Red Sox entered the game three hits in 5 2/3 innings. He walked July 6 at Detroit
Chicago. Spahn also homered. homer in his last five starts before July 7 vs. Kansas City
1963 Duke Snider hit his 400th career allowing the back-to-back shots with the fourth-lowest batting average Anthony Rizzo leading off the fourth. July 8 vs. Kansas City
home run to highlight a 10-3 triumph by theg
New York Mets over the Cincinnati Reds at The Angels scored in the third in the AL. But they are 4-2 after a five- Castro then drove his ninth homer out July 9 vs. Kansas City
Crosley Field. when Hank Conger hit a leadoff game losing streak that began with to left. July 12 vs.Toronto
1965- Jim Maloney struck out 18 and no-hit double. Conger moved to third on three consecutive losses in Cleveland. Cardinals 1, July 13 vs.Toronto
the New York Mets for 10 innings, but Johnny a wild pitch before scoring when Xander Bogaerts finished the offen- .i a July 18 at Minnesota
Lewis' leadoff home run in the 11th inning gave another wild pitch from Harang sive onslaught with a solo homer in Nationals 0 July19 at Minnesota
the Mets Jackson knocked in 10 runs bounced past Gattis. the eighth, his sixth of the season. ST. LOUIS Lance Lynn threw July22 atinnes o
with two homers, a double and two singles in An error by Braves center John Lackey (8-4) struggled early eight innings of two-hit ball and Matt July23 atSt. Louis
Oakland's 21-7 win overthe Red Sox in Boston. fielder B.J. Upton, who dropped when he allowed three runs and six Adams homered on his first swing July25 vs. Boston
In the eighth, he drove in three runs with a sin- Kyle Calhoun's liner, helped Los hits in three innings. But he gave up since coming off the disabled list, July26 vs. Boston
gle when he easily could have made second Angeles in the eighth. Upton just one hit in his next 3 2/3 scoreless leading the St. Louis Cardinals to a July27 vs. B aokee
as974- Nolan Ryan struck out 19 batters in caught up to the ball but couldn't innings. 1-0 victory over Jordan Zimmermann July 29 vs. Milwaukee
12 innings to give the California Angels a 4-3 hold on when trying for a basket and the Washington Nationals. July 30 vs. Milwaukee
Tig rs nd he asingon atinal.Auly30 vs. lAuknees
win over the Boston Red Sox in 15 innings, catch at his waist Twins 2, Tigers 0 Lynn (7-4) struck out eight with no Aug. 1 vs. LA Angels
Cecil Cooper of the Red Sox struck out six Mike Trout followed with a Aug. 2 vs. LA Angels
times. bloop double off Simmons, leav- DETROIT Kyle Gibson threw walks against the National League Aug.3 vs. LAAngels
1978 Pete Rose of the Cincinnati Reds ing runners on second and third seven innings and Eduardo Escobar East leaders, who had won 10 of 13. Aug.4 at Oakland
had two hits in a 3-1 triumph over the Chicago with one out. Pujols, who has hit hit a solo homer in the third and drew Trevor Rosenthal added three more Aug. 6 at Oakland

1995 Mike Benjamin went 6-for-7, setting .347 in his career against the a bases-loaded walk in the ninth, lift- strikeouts in the ninth, working around Aug.8 at Chicago Cubs
a major league record with 14 hits in three Braves, then punched a two-run ing the Minnesota Twins to a 2-0 vic- rookie second baseman Kolten Aug.9 at Chicago Cubs
games, and drove inthewinningrun inthe 13th single past second baseman tory over the Detroit Tigers. Wong's two-out error on Dennard Aug.10 atChicago Cubs
Aug. 11 at Texas
inning as the San Francisco Giants beat the Tommy La Stella. Detroit left seven on base against Span's routine grounder for his 18th Aug. 12 atTexas
Chicago Cubs 4-3. Simmons struck out Howie Gibson. The right-hander escaped a save in 21 chances. Aug. 13 atTexas
2002 -Aaron Boone hit a pair of homers- Aug. 14 tTexa
one to tie the game in the ninth inning and one Kendrick and ended the inning on bases-loaded, one-out jam in the fifth Zimmermann (5-3) gave up three Aug. 15 s. NY ankees
to win it in the 11th-off Pittsburgh closer Mike Erick Aybar's grounder to first inning by getting Miguel Cabrera to hits, two of them by Adams, in eight Aug. 16 vs. NYYankees
Williams as Cincinnati beat the Pirates 4-3. base. ground into a double play. innings. Aug. 17 vs. NYYankees


2014 World Cup
FIRST ROUND Iwaniec earns during each semester of the school year.
GROUP A J i/oi/ LO TTER Y academic honor In high school, Iwaniec lettered in baseW L T GF GA Pts ball for five years, basketball and football
Brazil 1 0 0 3 1 3 John Iwaniec, a 2013 for four years and track and field for one
Mexico 1 0 0 1 0 3 Here are the winning numbers selected graduate of Seven year at Seven Rivers Christian. He was a
Cameroon 0 1 0 0 1 0
Croatia 0 1 0 1 3 0 Friday in the Florida Lottery: Rivers Christian four-time all-county running back, twoThursday, June12 C HSchool, earned a spot time all-district running back and one-year
At Sao Paulo CASH 3 (early) on the USA South Aca- all-conference running back.
Brazil 3, Croatia 1 7 6 -4 demicAll- A highlight of Iwaniec's freshman year
Friday, June 13 a CASH 3 (late) Conference team. in college was scoring on a 3-yard touchAt Natal, Brazil 5- n-i0
Mexico 1, Cameroon 0 Iwaniec plays football down run early in the fourth quarter
GROUP B PLAY 4 (early) for Huntingdon College John against N.C. Wesleyan.
W L T GF GA Pts 5-3-6-6 in Fayetteville, NC. Iwaniec John is the son of David and Jackie
Netherlands 1 0 0 5 1 3 PLAY 4 (late) To be eligible, a stu- Iwaniec of Crystal River.
Chile 1 0 0 3 1 3 0-7-4-8e lible mwaniecvofeCrystal River.
Australia 0 1 0 1 3 0 IM dent-athlete must have earned a 3.0 GPA -From staff reports
Spain 0 1 0 1 5 0 FANTASY 5
Friday, June 13 2 6 -14 -15 -23
At Salvador, Brazil MEGA MONEY justified coach Miguel Herrera's decision to
Netherlands 5, Spain 1 1-19-23-31 start him ahead of striker Javier "ChicharAt Cuiaba, Brazil Thursdays Miming M-19-23A1 B L ito" Hernandez, arguably Mexico's best
Chile 3, Australia 1 MEGABALL Continued from Page BI
GROUP C n m esana payouts. 16 C tnudfmraS known player.
W L TGFGA Pts Fantasy 5: 5 20 24 28 32 MEGA MILLIONS Giovanni Dos Santos had two goals disColombia 0 0 0 0 0 0 Spain, which won the 2010 final allowed in a frustrating first half, when
Greece 0 0 0 0 0 0 5-of-5 winners $69,558.93 7 38 46 49 5 thanks to anAndres Iniesta extra-time Samuel Eto'o hit the post for Cameroon.
Ivory Coast 0 0 0 0 0 0 4-of-5 273 $123 MEGA BALL goal, exerted most of the pressure in Peralta broke the deadlock just as
Japan 0 0 0 0 0 0 3-of-5 8,377 $11 1 the firsthalfofthe rematch, buthadno thousands of Mexican fans were cheering
Saturday, June 14thuadofMxcnfsweeherg
At Belo Horizonte, Brazil Players should verify winning numbers by calling answer once the Dutch went ahead for Hernandez to come into the game. He
Colombia vs. Greece, Noon 850-487-7777 or at and continually hit them on the break. swooped after Cameroon goalkeeper
At Recife, Brazil The final goal came after Robben Charles Itandje parried a shot by Dos
Ivory Coast vs. Japan, 9 p.m. weaved around Casillas who was
GROUP T t e AAcrawling on the grass in desperationW L T GIF GA Pts O n tRWU. and fired into the untended net. Chile 3, Australia 1
Costa Rica 0 0 0 0 0 0 Spain coach Vicente Del Bosque sat
Italy 0 0 0 0 0 0 TODAY'S SPORTS stony faced on his bench at full time, CUIABA, Brazil -Alexis Sanchez proUruguay 0 0 0 0 0 0 AUTO RACING while Van Gaal walked onto the pitch duced a dynamic performance to lead
Saturday, June 14 8:30 a.m. (FSl) 24 Hours of Le Mans to hug his players. Chile to a 3-1 win over Australia in the
At Fortaleza, Brazil "This is a very delicate moment for World Cup, scoring one goal and setting up
Uruguay vs. Costa Rica, 3 p.m. 10:30 a.m. (ESPN2) NASCAR Nationwide Series: Ollie's us, and all of us have to find a way to another for one of the dangerous outsiders
At Manaus, Brazil Bargain Outlet 250, Qualifying solve it," Del Bosque said. in the tournament.
England vs. Italy, 6 p.m. 2 p.m. (ESPN) NASCAR Nationwide Series: Ollie's Bargain Spain lost its first match in 2010, and Chile threatened to run away with the
GROUP E Outlet 250 they still have a good chance to get out game in muggy Cuiaba when Sanchez
Ecuador 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 p.m. (ESPN2) NHRA Drag Racing Ford Thunder Valley of the group stage if they can defeat poked home from close range in the 12th
France 0 0 0 0 0 0 Nationals, Qualifying (same-day tape) Chile and Australia. minute before setting up Jorge Valdivia
Honduras 0 0 0 0 0 0 8:30 p.m. (FSI) NASCAR Camping World Truck Series: Gateway Mexico 1, Cameroon 0 barely a minute later for the playmaker to
Switzerland 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 a.m. (FS1) 24 Hours of Le Mans
Sunday, June 15 NATAL, Brazil Oribe Peralta scored in finish from the edge of the area.
At Brasilia, Brazil MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL the second half to help Mexico to a 1-0 vic- ButAustralia recovered well, responding
Switzerland vs. Ecuador, Noon 2 p.m. (WGN-A) Kansas City Royals at Chicago White Sox tory over Cameroon in torrential rain, earn- with a trademark headed goal by star forAt Porto Alegre, Brazil 4 p.m. (FSI) Minnesota Twins at Detroit Tigers ing El Tr their first World Cup win over an ward Tim Cahill in the 35th and giving the
France vs. Honduras, 3 p.m. 4 p.m. (FSNFL) Pittsburgh Pirates at Miami Marlins African team and giving them a crucial Chileans a string of scares in the second
GROUP F Arcnta n iigte rca
W L T GF GA Pts 4 p.m. (SUN, WYKE 104.3 FM) Tampa Bay Rays at Houston three points in Group A. half. However, Jean Beausejour put the
Argentina 0 0 0 0 0 0 Astros Peralta's left-foot shot in the 61st minute game away for Chile in injury time.
Bosnia-Herzegovina 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 p.m. (FOX) Los Angeles Angels at Atlanta Braves
Iran 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 p.m. (MLB) New York Yankees at Oakland Athletics or
Nigeria 0 0 0 0 0 0
Sunday, June 15 Arizona Diamondbacks at LosAngeles DodgersA M Rory Mcllroy 71-68-139 -1
At Rio de Janeiro COLLEGE BASEBALL WORLD SERIES Chris Kirk 71-68-139 -1
Argentina vs. Bosnia-Herzegovina, 6 p.m. 3 p.m. (ESPN2) Texas vs. UC Irvine. Game 1 MER Jordan Spieth 69-70-139 -1
Monday, June 16 8p.m. (ESPN2) Louisville vs. Vanderbilt. Game 2 Continued from Page BI Adam Scott 73-67-140 E
At Curitiba, Brazil Francesco Molinari 69-71 140 E
Iran vs. Nigeria, 3 p.m. 3 a.m. (ESPNU) Texas vs. UC Irvine. Game 1 (same-day tape) Erik Compton 72-68-140 E
GROUP G BICYCLING The six-shot lead after 36 holes tied Ian Poulter 70-70-140 E
W L T GF GA Pts 6 p.m. (NBCSPT) Criterium du Dauphine, Stage 8 (same-day the U.S. Open record first set by Tiger Hideki Matsuyama 69-71 -140 E
Gemny 00 0ic W oskie Fowler 70-70 -140 E
Germany 0 0 0 0 0 0 tape) Woods at Pebble Beach in 2000 and Steve Stricker 70-71-141 +1
Ghana 00 000 0SeeSrce 07 11 +
Portugal 0 0 0 0 0 0 BOXING matched by McIlroy at Congressional. J.B. Holmes 70-71 -141 +1
United States 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 p.m. (SUN) Ronny Rios vs. Andrew Cancio (taped) Woods wound up winning by 15 shots. Danny Willett 70-71 -141 +1
Monday, June 16 10 p.m. (HBO) Chris Algieri vs. Ruslan Provodnikov McIlroy won by eight Marcel Siem 70-71 -141 +1
At Salvador, Brazil GOLF "I played Congressional and I Jason Day 73-68-141 +1
Germany vs. Portugal, Noon thought, 'How can you shoot that low?' Justin Rose 72-69-141 +1
At Natal, Brazil 12 p.m. (NBC) 2014 U.S. Open Championship Third Round And thats probably what a lot of other Aaron Baddeley 70-71 -141 +1
Ghana vs. United States, 6p.m. 3 a.m. (ESPN2) 2014 U.S. Open Championship Best of the p robably Jimmy Walker 70-72-142 +2
GROUP H Third Ru(E sam -da Oapen hmiosi people think about me right now," Victor Dubuisson 70-72-142 +2
TGFGA P Ts rRound (same-day tape) Kaymer said. Seung-Yul Noh 70-72-142 +2
Algeria 0 0 0 0 0 0 MAJOR LEAGUE LACROSSE At least a few of them allowed for Fran Quinn 68-74-142 +2
Belgium 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 p.m. (FSNFL) New York Lizards at Denver Outlaws some hope going into the weekend. Lucas Bjerregaard 70-72-142 +2
Russia 0 0 0 0 0 0 MOTORCYCLE RACING Todd, who won the Byron Nelson Graeme McDowell 68-74-142 +2
South Korea 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 p.m. (NBCSPT) Pro Motocross Championship Series: High Championship last month for his first Garth Mulroy 71-72-143 +3
Tuesday, June 17 Point PGA Tour win, will play in the final Furyk 73-70-143 +3
At Belo Horizonte, Brazil Gary Woodland 72-71-143 +3
Belgium vs. Algeria, Noon WORLD CUP SOCCER group Saturday in his first U.S. Open. Daniel Berger 72-71 -143 +3
At Cuiaba, Brazil 8:30 a.m. (ESPN2) Group B: Spain vs. Netherlands (taped) BrandtSnedekerhad a 68 and joined Scott Langley 72-71 -143 +3
Russia vs. South Korea, 6 p.m. 11:30 a.m. (ABC, UNI) Group C: Colombia vs. Greece Na at 3-under 137. Patrick Reed 71-72-143 +3
Phil Mickelson was 13 shots behind Webb Simpson 71-72-143 +3
2:30 p.m. (ABC, UNI) Group D: Uruguay vs. Costa Rica after going back to his conventional put- Phil Mickelson 70-73-143 +3
5:30 p.m. (ESPN, UNI) Group D: England vs. Italy ting grip and giving up too many shots. Billy Horschel 75-68-143 +3
8:30 p.m. (ESPN, UNI) Group C: Ivory Coast vs. Japan He had a 73 Kenn Perry 74-69-143 +3
II tne ehda7.Shiv Kapur 73-70-143 +3
TENNIS Afast-movingthunderstorm dumped Alex Cejka 73-71 -144 +4
Cup Finals 12 p.m. (TENNIS) WTAAegon Classic, First Semifinal (same- rain on Pinehurst overnight, though it Bill Haas 72-72-144 +4
(Best-of-7; x-if necessary) day tape) didn't make the course that much eas- Stewart Cink 72-72-144 +4
Los Angeles 3, N.Y. Rangers 1 2 p.m. (TENNIS) WTAAegon Classic, Second Semifinal ier The pins were in tougher locations. Harris English 69-75-144 +4
Wednesday, June 4: Los Angeles 3, NY Trouble is waiting around any corer at Ernie Els 74-70-144 +4
Rangers 2, OT (same-day tape) Louis Oosthuizen 71-73-144 +4
Saturday, June 7: Los Angeles 5, NY 4 p.m. (TENNIS) ATP Gerry Weber Open, First Semifinal Pinehurst No. 2. Kaymer rarely Retief Goosen 73-71 -144 +4
Rangers 4, 20T (same-day tape) found it Bo Van Pelt 72-72-144 +4
Monday, June 9: LosAngeles 3, NY Rangers 0 6 p.m. (TENNIS) ATP Gerry Weber Open, Second Semifinal He opened with a short birdie on the KevinTway 72-72-144 +4
Wednesday, June 11: NY Rangers 2, Los ( te ) par-5 10th hole, added birdie putts from Cody Gribble 72-72-144 +4
Angeles 1 20 and 25 feet, and then hit a gorgeous Ryan Moore 76-68-144 +4
Friday, June 13: NYRangersatLosAngeles, 8 p.m. (TENNIS) ATPAegon Championships, First Semifinal drive onthe par-4 thirdhole, where the Sergio Garcia 73-71 -144 +4
late (same-day tape) Boo Weekley 71-73-144 +4
x-Monday, June 16: Los Angeles at NY 10 p.m. TE )Second tee was moved up to make it play 315 a-Matthew Fitzpatrick 71-73-144 +4
Rangers, 8 p.m. (TENNIS)ATPAegon Championships, yards. His shot landed perfectly be- Russell Henley 70-74-144 +4
x-Wednesday, June 18: NY Rangers at Los tween two bunkers and bounced onto Clayton Rask 73-71 -144 +4
Angeles, 8 p.m. TRACK AND FIELD the green to set up a two-putt birdie. Kevin Stadler 77-68-145 +5
4 p.m. (NBCSPT) IAAF Diamond League, adidas Grand Prix And the lead kept growing. Justin Leonard 75-70-145 +5
5 p.m. (ESPNU) NCAA Outdoor Championships: Day Four "I look at the scoreboards. It's enjoy- Paul Casey 70-75-145 +5
VOLLEYBALL able," Kaymer said. "To ToruTaniguchi 72-73-145 +5
see what s Zac Blair 71-74-145 +5
NBA Finals 12:30 p.m. (NBCSPT) FIVB World League (taped) going on, to watch yourself, how you Zach Johnson 71-74-145 +5
(Best-of-7; x-if necessary) react ifyou'rel]eadngbyfive, by six .... I Billy Hurley III 71-74-145 +5
San Antonio 3, Miami I Note: Times and channels are subject to change at the don't know, but it's quite nice to play golf Nicholas Lindheim 72-73 -145 +5
Thursday, June 5: San Antonio 110, Miami 95 discretion of the network. If you are unable to locate a game that way" Didn't make the cut (partial list)
Sunday, June 8: Miami 98, San Antonio 96 It looks like a typical U.S. Open --Casey Wittenberg 74-72-146 +6
Tuesday, June 10: San Antonio 111, Miami 92 on the listed channel, please contact your cable provider.xetfrKye Andres Echavarria 74-72 -146 +6
except___________for_______Kayme__________.___Hudson Swafford 76-70 -146 +6
Thursday, June 12: San Antonio 107, Miami 86 Dustin Johnson opened with a pair of Mark Wilson 70-76 -146 +6
Sunday, June15: Miami atSan Antonio, 8p.m. 34. (66) Brett Moffitt, Toyota, 198.347. At Fortaleza 69s, a score he would have gladly taken Shane Lowry 73-73 -146 +6
x-Tueiday, Junel0: atSanAntoniom, 9 p.m. 35. (44) J.J.Yeley, Chevrolet, 197.9. Uruguay -900 Costa Rica +600 at the start of the week and perhaps Luke Donald 77-69-146 +6
xFdyJueOMmatantno9m.36.(33) David Stremme, Chevrolet, 197.666. Over2 ~ +120 thought it would be good enough to BubbaWatson 76-70-146 +6
37. (7) Michael Annett, Chevrolet, Owner Points. Under 2 ~ -140 ea.Charl Schwartzel 70-76 -146 +6
A T C 38. (98) Josh Wise, Chevrolet, Owner Points. At Manaus Jasonnthaethuh i oudb ufner hn72-74 -146 +6
39. (40) Landon Cassill, Chevrolet, Owner Points. Italy -120 England -110 olnthv huh tol e Hne~hn7-216 +
NASCAR Sprint Cup 40. (36) Reed Sorenson, Chevrolet, Owner Points. Over 2 +110 eight shots behind," Johnson said. Rod Pampling 73-73 146 +6
Quicken Loans 400 41.(23)Alex Bowman, Toyota, Owner Points. Under 2 AtRcie-30 Brooks Koepka, the American'who is a-Cory Whitset 77-69 -146 +6
42 (6 CleWit, oot, werPons.AtRciecarving his way through the European a-Hunter Stewart 75-71 -146 +6
lineup 43. (32) Travis Kvapil, Ford, Owner Points. Ivory Coast -130 Japan +100 Tour, birdied his last hole for a 68 and Kyoung-Hoon Lee 74-72-146 +6
Failed to Qualify Over 2 -130 joined the group at 2-under 138 with attngesrr 74-72-146 +6
After Friday qualifying race Sunday 44. (83) Ryan Truex, Toyota, 196.931. Under 2 Toorw+110 Brendon de Jonge (70), Henr-ik Stenson Miguel Angel Jimenez 72-74 -146 +6
At Michigan International SpeedwayToorw(9anfomrPAcapoKeg hncaiJie733--16 +
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Lap length: 2 miles Switzerland -140 Ecuador +110 Bradley, who played in the same group Joost Luiten 70-76-146 +6
(Car number in parentheses) Major League Baseball Over 2 -105 with Kayrner and rallied for a 69. Matt Dobyns 74-72 -146 +6
1.(4) Kevin Harvick, Chevrolet, 204.557. National League Under2 -115 "He's as dialed it as I've seen," a-Brian Campbell 76-70-146 +6
2. (24) Jeff Gordon, Chevrolet, 203.776. FAVORITE LINE UNDERDOG LINE At Porto Alegre Bradley said. Ken Duke 75-72 -147 +7
3. (88) Dale Earnhardt Jr., Chevrolet, 203.729. at Philadelphia-i110 Chicago +100 France -1400 Honduras +800 Kamrwas the sixth plyrin U.S. Jions saen 71-76-147 +7
4. (43) Aric Almirola, Ford, 203.2. at San Francisco-165 Colorado +155 Over 2 +120 Kaypen itry la yer Nob i oas re Clart 72-75-147 +7
5.(27) Paul Menard, Chevrolet, 203.04. Pittsburgh -115 at Miami +105 Under 2 -140 Opn histr tog recho d eoubl-igt Darenf Cglark 75-72 -147 +7
6. (2) Brad Keselowski, Ford, 202.908. at NewYork -135 San Diego +125 At Rio De Janeiro under par togt threy wasor the yGeffOlvym 73-74-147 +7
7. (48) Jimmie Johnson, Chevrolet, 202.401. Washington -120 at St. Louis +110 othtn 80Bsi-ezoia+0 erknd player o etherybor the yA n am Rne773--147 +
8.(41) Kurt Busch, Chevrolet, 202.043. at Milwaukee -120 Cincinnati +110 AretnaOvBnaHregrv2na-+50 we ndiIayerrayohPA LkGure734-7 +7
9. (22) Joey Logano, Ford, 202.032. at Los Angeles-140 Arizona +130 Uner2 ~ -120 Jhminhpi 21 tW it im Renrioa 74-73-147 +7
10.(55) Brian Vickers, Toyota, 201.331. American League Underday +00 tCamins h in 2010de thietst Chrs Doaka 74-73-147 +7
11. (1) Jamie McMurray, Chevrolet, 200.49. Kansas City -115 at Chicago +105 Mna tatadh de h etbs nraPvn7-217 +
12. (42) Kyle Larson, Chevrolet, 201.117. at Boston -140 Cleveland +130 At Salvador thing to a major last month at The Play- Stephen Gallacher 73-74 -147 +7
13. (5) Kasey Kahne, Chevrolet, 200.876. at Baltimore -115 Toronto +105 Germany -220 Portugal +170 ers Championship. It's tough for anly DavidToms 73-74-147 +7
14.(18) Kyle Busch, Toyota, 200.842. at Detroit -180 Minnesota +170 Over 2 +120 golfer to make headlines in Germany, Lucas Clover 79-69-148 +8
15. (15) Clint Bowyer, Toyota, 200.831. Tampa Bay -120 at Houston +110 Under 2 -140 especially in a World Cup year. Ryan Palmer 74-74 -148 +8
16. (78) Martin Truex Jr., Chevrolet, 200.82. at Oakland -170 NewYork +160 At Curitiba At least Germany doesn't start in Davi osef 76-72-148 +8
17. (51) Justin AIlgaier, Chevrolet, 200.73. at Seatle -120 Texas +110 Nigeria -190 Iran +150 Srzlutl ody -ame lsove 76-72-148 +8
19. (3) Austi Dilo, Choet, 200.57. atana Interleague Over 2 +105 BrilutlM naa-meoWlsn77018 +
18. (1) Gregi Bileo, Fore, 200.45. attat 10LsAgls(L)+0 ne2-2_mO e Chad Collins 74-74-148 +8
20. (9) Marcos Ambrose, Ford, 200.128. -10BAgelefs (A) +0 ne2 At Natal -15US p nBrian Stuard 75-73 -148 +8
21. (20) Matt Kenseth, Toyota, 199.967. NBTaoffswGan 10 UntdSats +0 Friday, At Pinehurst Resort and Country Club, No. 2 Matt Every 76-72 -148 +8
22. (99) Carl Edwards, Ford, 199.534. FVR T omorrow GhanaND-130 UnitdrStes -100 Course, Pinehurst, N.C. Purse: TBA ($8 million in 2013), Roberto Castro 74-74 -148 +8
23. (21) Trevor Bayne, Ford, 199.518. FAOIELNOUUDRO vr 10 Yardage: 7,562, Par: 70, Second Round, a-amateur: Lee Westwood 75-73 -148 +8
24.(31) Ryan Newman, Chevrolet, 199.165. atSan Antonio 6 (195) Miami Under2 -110 Martin Kaymer 65-65 -130 -10 NickWatney 76-72 -148 +8
25. (47) AJ AIlmendinger, Chevrolet, 200.837. Soccer Tuesday Brendon Todd 69-67 -136 -4 Wen-Chong Liang 74-74 -148 +8
26. (14) Tony Stewart, Chevrolet, 200.457. World Cup At Belo Horizonte Kevin Na 68-69 -137 -3 Justin Thomas 75-73 -148 +8
27. (10) Danica Patrick, Chevrolet, 200.451. Brazil Belgium -650 Algeria +350 Brandt Snedeker 69-68 -137 -3 Oliver Fisher 74-75 -149 +9
28. (12) Juan Pablo Montoya, Ford, 200.217. Today Over 2 +115 Brooks Koepka 70-68 -138 -2 Joe Ogilvie 73-76 -149 +9
29.(11) Denny Hamlin, Toyota, 199.933. At Belo Horizonte Under 2 -135 Dustin Johnson 69-69 -138 -2 Henrik Norlander 70-79 -149 +9
30. (17) Ricky Stenhouse Jr., Ford, 199.75. FAVORITE LINE UNDERDOG LINE At Cuiaba Brendon De Jonge 68-70 -138 -2 Pablo Larrazabal 71-78 -149 +9
31. (13) Casey Mears, Chevrolet, 199.617. Colombia -330 Greece +260 Russia -175 South Korea +145 Keegan Bradley 69-69 -138 -2 Tom Lewis 79-70 -149 +9
32. (38) David Gilliland, Ford, 198.593. Over 2 +100 Over 2 +100 Henrik Stenson 69-69 -138 -2 Craig Barlow 74-75 -149 +9
33.(34) David Ragan, Ford, 198.571. Under 2 -120 Under 2 -120 MaftKuchar 69-70 -139 -1 Smylie Kaufman 73-76 -149 +9


Citrus County
June Tetm fhslf
14 Super Late Model 100, Pro F-8, Champ
Karts, Mod Mini-stock, Street Stock, Pure Tet m f hsl f
Stock, Hornet Pro, Hornet Rookie
21 -Modified 6 Pack Series 50, Sportsman,
Legends, Bando's, Street Stock, Mini-stock,
Pure Stock, POWDER PUFF, Fan Participation Racing
28 -Joey Coulter Florida Pro-Truck Series 50, Street Stock, ModMini-stock, Mini-stock,Hornet Pro, Hornet Rookie
5 -NonWnged Sprint Cars, Pure stock 50, Street
Stock, M ini-stock, Hornet Pro, Hornet Rookie
12 Sportman 6 Pack Series 50, Pro F-8,
Mod ifieds, Mod Mini-stock, Mini-stock, Hornet Pro, Hornet Rookie
19-Suer Late ModeI0 Legends, Bandoleros,
Street Stock, Pure Stock, Mini-stock, Hornet
Pro, Hornet Rookie, Fan Participation Racing
26-Sportsman, StreetStock, Mod Mini-stock, *Pure Stock, Mini-stock, Pure/Street Stock F-8 -*' A~eeie..d ~ ~ ~ ~
2 Modified 6 Pack Series 50, Non-winged
Sprint cars, Street Stock, Pure Stock, Hornet. ....
Pro, Hornet Rookie, Pure/Street Stock F-8
9 Super Late Model 50, Pro F-8, DAARA
Antiques, Sportsman, Street Stock, Mod
Mini-stock, Mini-stock
16- Minkstock 50, Modifieds, Legends, Bando's, Pure Stock, Hornet Pro, Hornet Rookie
23 Sportsman 6 Pack Series 50, Modifieds,..............
Street Stock, Pure Stock, Mini-stock, Pure!
Street Stock F-8, POWDER PUFF, Fan Participation Racing
30 Super Late Model 50, Mod Mini Fab 4
Series 50, Street Stock, Pure Stock, Mini-V stock, Hornet Pro, Hornet Rookie
5-Sfteet StocK Pure Stock, MinktocK PCW'DER
PUFF, Flag Pole Race, Boat &Trailer Race,
Pure/Street Stock F-8, Suit Case Race
6 Modifed 6 Pack Series 50, Non-Wiged Sprint,(Sportsman, Mod Mini-stock- Double Points),
(Hornet Pro Double Points), Hornet Rookie v
13 Joey Coulter Florida Pro-Truck Series
50, Street Stock, Pro F-8, Champ Karts, Pure
Stock, Hornet Pro, Hornet Rookie, Fan Participation Racing BUTCH CRAWFORD/For the Chronicle
20 Sportsman 6 Pack- Currys Roofing 100 Charlie Brown of Lakeland works his way around the track with his No. 11 Sportsman during a recent race. Brown has eight top-three finishes Series, Modifieds, Legends, Bando's, Street and a trio of wins in Sportsman features this year. Stock, Pure Stock, Mini-stock
27 Super Late Model 50, Mod Mini Fab 4
Series 50, Pure Stock, Mini-stock, Hornet a e n 'Br w en o igs c ss nd am a e ie tth r cta k
Pro, Hornet Rookie Lkln~Bo nejoigscesadcm rdrea h aerc
4-Modi6 PackSeries, Non-Winged Sprints, SEAN ARNOLD Stock Challenge to honor the man who raced shop, where he helps prep and maintain the
Street Stock, Mini-stock, Hornet Pro, Hornet Correspondent everything from Late Models to Bombers. cars. Himmelberger sets up his engines and
Rookie, Pure Stocks, Pure/Street Stock F-8 One of Brown's favorite racing memories in- chassis.
11ackSmith-8Meorialnat Mode 100-tok Charlie Brown's year in racing is proof that volves him racing his father's Street Stock in a "I can'tthank Dennis and Steve enough," said
Hornet Pro, Hornet Rookie some things get sweeter with age. The longtime double feature at Citrus while his father was on Brown, who does all the paint work on his race 18 TBARA Frank Riddle Memorial Winged Lakeland racecar driver and owner, who vacation up north. The son pulled from last to cars. "They're really the ones that are making Sprints, DAARA, Champ Karts, Legends, turned 44 this past Wednesday, has eight top- second in the opener, before winning the sec- us fast right now Having Steve there with me at Bando's, Street Stock, Pure Stock, Fan Par- three finishes and a trio of wins in Sportsman ond feature. the shop is a very good luxury to have.
ticipation Racing
25 Street-stock 57 Lap Stromquist Memo- features this year, and says he's having the time "Dad was an inspiration, and really taught "I've always had really good people helping rial, Pure Stock, (Modifieds, Pro F-S FINAL of his life at the speedway after 28 years of me a lot" he said. me out and we've had good equipment"
POINTS NIGHT), Mod Mini-stock off-and-on racing. Brown' s reluctant to take too much credit for Brown says his team has more machines on
November Brown' s success, which includes a feature his accomplishments on the track In discussing the way
1st (Non-Winged Sprint Cars, Sportsman win at the Citrus County Speedway last Satur- last week's win, which saw him and his No. 11 "We're building a new Sportsman in the shop FINAL POINTS NIGHT), Street Stock, Pure
Stock, M ini-stock, Hornet Pro, Hornet Rookie, day, has him at the top of the points standing at claiming an early lead he would never right now, and we have a Super Late Model that POWDER PUFF Auburndale Speedway, located just east of his relinquish, he pointed to his competitors' Dennis is putting together for us that we're
8 Mod Mini Fab 4 Series 100 Laps, Super hometown, and put him in the lead in points in misfortunes. going to go play around with a little bit this year.
Late Model 50, Pro F-8, Street Stock, Mini- the Florida United Promoters Series before it "We just got a good break at the beginning," I've always dreamed about having (a Late stock, (Hornet Pro FI NAL POINTS NIGHT), disbanded in late April. Brown said. "Jay (Witfoth) and Andy (Nicholls) Model), and we got lucky and found a really
Hornet Rookie
14 Modified Mini-stock State Championship While they certainly improve his time at the both run real well up there. We got lucky -Jay good deal on the car We're slowly putting it 50, Street Stock End of the Season Champi- racetrack, Brown' s deeper joy from racing kind of got hung up on the outside a little bit together when we have time." onship 25, Pure Stock End of the Season doesn't just come from the wins, and I was behind him so I could kind of pick Brown once won 17 Mod Mini races in one Championship 25, M ini-stock end of the Sea- "My guys want to win a championship with and choose where I wanted to go. Then Andy season for a championship, but nowadays son Championship 25, Intermingled Practices me, but to me it really doesn't matter, because hung up a little bit on the outside. Citrus has a prefers to pace himself and spread his time at forTrucks, Modifieds, Sportsman, Late Models.
15 Joey Coulter Florida Pro-Truck Series I'm just having fun hanging out with my bud- good second groove, but it's still pretty tough. different tracks. 75/ State Chanpionship, Modifieds State dies," he said this week "It's always nice to run Your car has to be turning pretty good for it to "I don't want to race every single week" he Championship 50, Sportsman State Chain- well, and there's been a lot of good racing going be out there. If the guy on the bottom doesn't said. "It's just too much. I don't think NASCAR's pionship 50, Late Model State Championship on this year But I just enjoy the camaraderie at give you a whole lot of room, it's tough racing going to come get me if we win a championship 50, Champ Karts Triple Crown Race 25 th aerc ihtoegyadm any of these tracks, as old as I am. We just like
laps, Fan Participation Racing State Championship of the top nine race winners son are pretty heavily involved and going with "I just wanted to stay out front far enough going around to different tracks and having a
December me all the time. where they couldn't get a bumper to me," he good time."
12th & 13th -To Be Announced "I call it socializing time. All my buddies added. 'Those guys are tough, that's what's nice Brown wishes promoters would collaborate

Points standings laugh at me because I get to the track early and about racing up there against them. And when more often in order to ensure more consistency
Super Late Models get the car unloaded and just hang out with the Aaron Williamson, Brandon Morris and Daniel in the rules and avoid scheduling conflicts beCar # Name Points guys we don't see every week. We like going up Webster are up there, you can start behind tween tracks.
4 Randy Anderson 43 to Citrus too. There's a good group of guys up those guys and end up running fifth, because "I think that would make it better for all the
77 Brannen Hester 39 there and I love racing with those guys." they're pretty tough to get around." racetracks and the fans in general," he said.
85 Ricky Anderson 38 Brown, who became a fireman when he first Brown raced a Modified Mini Stock for most "It's a little bit more fun when you have 15,16,
17 Mike Bell 37 moved from Citrus County to Lakeland, and of his racing career, while occasionally taking 20-something cars out there to go race with.
87 C.J. Calabrese 36 now owns and operates Auto Tech Collision, out his father's Street Stock, before buying an "Without the fans, we couldn't do it It's a
Open Wheel Mods
Car # Name Points has deep ties to the Citrus County Speedway Open Wheel Modified 2 1/2 years ago, and then pretty awesome thing when you can drive by
982 L.J. Grimm 131 His father Lenny Brown raced there from the picking up his current No. 11 Sportsman last and you can hear them cheering for you over
43 Gator Hise 123 early 1970s until 2000, when he was killed in a year. He says he owes his current success to the car running."
98 Robbie Cooper 112 car accident at age 52. In 2004, the son helped Dennis Himmelberger of HHH Racing Chassis Sportsman class returns to Citrus next
19 Keith Brendel 105 put together the Lenny Brown Memorial Mini and Steve Black, who works for Brown at his Saturday
90 Cody Johnson 75
Mod Mini Stocks
Car # Name Points
01 Johnny Siner 172 1
24 Phil Edwards 155bU1 V U 1 V L LA i
47 Richard Kuhn 144 N a in i edi e o gAnother qaiyn eoda I
34 Kevin Harrod 124 qaiyn eoda I




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0 First Presbyterian Church, 1501 S.E. U.S. 19 (Suncoast Boulevard) in Crystal River, will host Intergenerational Vacation Bible School from 8:30 am. to noon Monday through Friday. This year's theme is Group's Weird Animals..."Where Jesus' Love Is One-ofa-Kind." The ecumenical outreach offers an outstanding program for ages 3 through adults. Invite your family and friends. There is no fee. Call the church at 352-795-2259 to register. First Presbyterian, St. Anne's and St. Timothy Lutheran churches in Crystal River sponsor Intergenerational VBS.
0*Children ages 4to ffth grade are W invited to early VBS at First Baptist
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0*Attention allIkids from the ages of 3 to 12: Kids Zone Ministries at Inverness Church of God will sponsor a kids crusade titled "The Games We Play" from 6 to 9 p.m. Sunday to Tuesday, June 22 to 24. The crusade will include music, lessons, games, and prizes. The public is invited to attend this exciting event for the kids. Admission is free and it is not necessary to preregister your children. The church is at 416 U.S. 41 S., Inverness. For more information, call the church office at 352-726-4524.
0 Come with us as God guides and z provides for Moses during the "Wilderness Escape" Vacation Bible School from 6 to 8 p.m. Sunday through Friday, June 22 to 27, at First Baptist Church of Homosassa, 10540 W. Yulee Drive. Bus service is available: Call 352-628-3858 7' / or 352-621-0316. Register at the church
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0 Faith Lutheran Church, in Crystal Glen subdivision off State Road 44 and County Road 490 in Lecanto, will host Vacation Bible School from 9 a.m. to noon Monday through Friday, June 23 to 27. This VBS is in partnership with First Lutheran Church of Inverness and is a Thrivent Financial for Lutheranssponsored event. Registration is open for preschoolers (age 3-plus) through fifth grade as well as youth (age 12plus). "Gangway to Galilee" features a sailing theme which retells accounts of Jesus' ministry on and around the Sea of Galilee. Set sail with us to sing songs, do crafts, eat snacks, play games, and
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9:05 A.M. 9:45 A.M. With A Bible Message.
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10:30 A.M. Sanctuary 9:30 AM Escuela Biblica : rSunday Worship Adult & Children's Worshipng
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Bible Study 10:30 AM- Adoraci6n y TUESDAY: 10:00 AM. 11:00 A.M.' 6:00 P.M. Sunday School 9: 45 AM
Tuesday 10:00 A.M. Pr6dica Home League Sunday School 9:30 Evening Service 6:00 PM
Wednesday 6:00 P.M. MARTES: 11:30 KAm. Wednesday
"We strive to make 7:00 PM Culto de Oraci6n Pastor Kip Younger Wednesday
newcomers feel at home." JUEVES: Capt. Phillip Irish 700P.M. Life Application Service
Wheel Chair Access 7:00 PM Estudios Biblicos Capt. Lynn Irish Come Worship With Us! Phone 628-4083 Jam Session Youth Ministries & Teen
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4950 N. Lecanto Hwy 8545 Magnolia 628-3858 irving Southwest Citrus County
Pastor 726-4296 Rev. J. Alan Ritter 352-686-7034
Marple Lewis III Td Sh troyAllen, Director ofStudent MinistriesRabbi MASSES:
Sunday Worship Sunday Schedule Sunday Rabbi MASSES:
9:00 am &10:45 am Su OMnd Scedl 104 apmr. 9:00am Sunday Schoo1Al AgAe Groups) LnySrotra 3P
9:0s vM 8:30 AM Contemporary Worship Service 10:30 am Worship Celebration Lenny Sarko aturday.....4:30 P.m.
Children's MinistryV 9:45 AM Sunday School Choir/Special Music / "Kidz Worship"
9:00 am & 10:45 am 11:00 AM Traditional Worship ChoirSpecial Music/idz Worship" Services unday ......8:00 A.M.
Student Ministry 6:00 PM Worship 6 r bi Sunday Night0 A.M
7:00 pm Wednesday 6 pm Worship Celebration
7:00 pm Wednesday Stras1A
Wednesday 630 PM Wednesday Night Saturdays 10AM
UPLIFT Prayer & Praise 7 pm Music, Youth, Fellowship 6:30 pm Worship Celebration Religious School ardina4 mile South of Westassa
Child Care Provided A warm, friendly Church Children's Awanas Group R Sundays
(352) 746-2970 Nur eryA Aalable Youth Activities 62o
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"The CATHOLIC CHURCH SUNDAY Saturday Informal Worsh
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Heart "Rooted in Scripture, Relevantfor Today!" Inverness, Florida Worship ..................10:15 Sunday Early Service
Har hd SUN f Ty ee ss: WEDNESDAY w/Communion 8:00 AM
co it SN10:00DAY Weekday Mass 8 Bible School .............6:30 Sunday School
with a Family Worship Saturday Vigil Mass: 4 P.M. Currently meeting at All Ages 9:30 AM
(Coffee Fellowship 9:30-10:00) Saturday Confessions: East Citrus Community Center (Coffee Fellowship hour@ 9:00AM) or the WEDNESDAY 2:30- 3:30 P.M. 9907 East Gulf-to-Lake Highway Sunday Traditional Service
S7:00 PM Sunday Masses: Winter Schedule w/Communion 10:30 AM
Commumty" Home Bible Study 7:30, 9:00 & 11:00 A.M. infor SpecialoNer re nounced.
(Callfor location) lSpecia services are announced.
c .. Non-Denominational Church Sunday Masses 352-422-6535 Nus vd.
Citrus County Realtors Association Building Summer Schedule (June August) 1070 N. Suncoast Blvd., Crystal River G o o d 714 S Scarboro Ave. & SR 44 9:00 and 11:00A.M. Pastor Fmore info ration call
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To be one in Christ in our Celebrating 120 years Sun.: 8:30 & 10:30am A POSITIVE PATH FOR
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by proclaiming His love- In Historic Downtown Inverness DAILY MASSES
Sunday Masses: 8:00 a.m. 1 Block N.W. Of City Hall Come, Fellowship &
10:15 a.m. 114 N. Osceola Ave. Mon. Fri.: 8:00am Grow With Us In Jesus
Morning Prayer & Daily Masses Inverness, FL 34450 5863 W. Cardinal St.
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Christ, Scientist NURSERY/SUNDAY SCHOOL 10:30 Weekly Communion

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Phone: (352) 527-0021 Sunday School 10:30 AM Community Church INVERNESS Kenneth C. Blyth
m Wed. Testimony Meeting 82 Civic Circle, CHURCH OF GOD
4:00 PM Beverly Hills, Florida Sunday ServicesPastor
All Are Welcome (352) 746-3620 Worship Services..8:30AM & 10:30AM KNOWING GOD, LOVING 439 E. Norvell Bryant Hwy.
AllAreWelcomePastor Stewart R. damison I Sunday School .....................9:30 AM
Sunday Services: 10:30am Email: GOD, SERVING GOD Hernando, Florida
Bible Study: Classes ForAllAges at 7:00 PM Building is Barrier-Free
Wednesday 6:30pm Wednesday Bible Study 6 p.m. 2628 W WOODVIEW Ba
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17. Supper will be served at si on that it had all been Jesus also told his fol- Being reminded of that
NOTES A 5:30 p.m. each evening. The "R C chasing the wind." lowers, "Whoever desires made me happy beyond
Continued from Page C1 theme is "Jungle Safari," Cotne rmPg 1 In other words, what a to save his life will lose it, words and a little more
where kids will "know" what's CniudfoPqClrip off. But not really Not but whoever loses his life willing and even eager to
so great about God; "Ex- ultimately for my sake will save it For give up my "if Mama ain't
Where God's World Comes plore" the nature of God; and throw up and we all ran God has made the uni- what profit is it to a man if happy" way of doing life. Together." There will be servev" God in practical away We tossed each verse work in such a way he gains the whole world, What makes you
Bible stories, music, crafts, ways. For more information other in the pool with our that whenever you or I chase and is himself destroyed happy? discovery, food and fellow- and to register, call 352-726- clothes on and played after the thing or things or lost?" (Luke 9:24, 25). Nancy Kennedy is the ship. We have a color for 3153. records, but it didn't make that we think will make us Another Bible transla- author of "Move Over, Viceach day. Monday is orange; 0 Joy Evangelical me happy beyond words. happy beyond words, once tion says, "Self-help is no toria -I Know the Real
the rest will be posted. It Lutheran Church will have King Solomon experi- we get them, there's usu- help at all. Self-sacrifice Secret," "Girl on a Swing,"
woud e fn f yurchid JunleSafri vaaton enced the same thing, ally still a void. There's is the way, my way, to find- and her latest book, "Lipcould wearfthese coorscbutd bibeuschoolaforchildrentfro minus the KFC-gravy still an unscratched itch. ing yourself, your true stick Grace. She can be cd tea gooths and rs bu y-choorcidrnfo fake-vomit prank. He had The irony is, as I've dis- self. What good would it reached at 352-564-2927,
dont g ou ad by ay- 5 years of age through fifth it all -money, power, sex, covered, I'm happiest when do to get everything you Monday through Thursday thing. For more information, grade from 9 a.m. to noon honor, lots of stuff. Any- I'm not pursuing my own want and lose you, the or via email at nkennedy call 352-489-5274. Monday through Friday, July thing you or I have on our happiness or well-being, real you?"
0 Kids ages 4 toll1 are in- 14 to 18. Kids will explore wish list, he had, yet he but pursuing the well-being ___________________vited to "Bible Boot Camp" the nature of God through still wasn't happy of someone else. I suspect
VBS from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Bible stories, activities and He wrote, "I thought in that's true of you, too. Sunday through Thursday, projects. Registration begins my heart, 'Come now, I This past Christmas my Special E~vent or
June 29 through July 3, at the first week of July, Mon- will test you with pleasure husband and I did not exJoy & Praise Fellowship, day through Friday, from to find out what is good.' change gifts, but instead W\eekly Services
4007 N. Lecanto Highway in 8:30 am. to 4 p.m. at the But that also proved bought a slew of toys and the Beverly Hills Plaza. church office. VBS will be meaningless" (Ecclesiastes clothes for a 4-year-old Come join God's army. Reg- completed at 10 a.m. Sun- 2: 1). He tried fine wine girl we've never met, andPla eC l
ister anytime by phone at day, July 20, when the chil- and impressive building my husband was so happy 352445-6732, or in person dren present a singing projects, planted vine- I thought he would burst. from 4 to 6 p.m. Sunday, performance during the wor- yards and gardens, owned (Seeing that made me D relX /to
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pate in Vacation Bible School week of investigating the ever, when he had done it cross." Religious Advertising And Deadlines.
from 5:30 to 8 p.m. Sunday all he surveyed his life "His joy was you," the 1:A
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Post plans Father's HOMOSASSA PUBLIC LIBRARY CENTRAL RIDGE LIBRARY Fizz, Boom, Read: Spark a Reaction: Simple
352-628-5626 352-746-6622 Blast Off!, 10:30 a.m. Machines, 1:30 p.m.
Day breakast June 16 June 16 Acoustic Music Instruments, June20
VWPs819wlhotaCareerSource Mobile Scrabble Game, 10 a.m. Voices, 2 p.m. Book Share, 10:30 a.m.
Fh Pst 8189 willkhst am9t Unit, 10 a.m. Adults Create: Seashell June 17
F1aher'Suday, ref ato to Tai Chi for Seniors, 10: 15 a.m. Candle Ring, 10:30 am. Adults Create: Seashell 11aosna, June 15 Vee a t thie, Tai Chi for Seniors, noon Bodacious Beading Babes, Candle Ring, 10:30 a.m. LAKES REGION LIBRARY
Homosassa. Pre-GED Science Class, 5 p.m. 1 P.M. Mother Goose Time, 11 am. 352-726-2357
The breakfast is free to VFi~W June 17 Nature Coast Dulcimer Club, Spark a Reaction: What a June 16
members who are also fathers. All Getting Started with 3 p.m. Gas!, 2 p.m. Needlecrafters, 10 a.m.
others pay $5. Proceeds go to sup- Computers 11, 10: 15 am. Organizing for Citrus, 5 p.m. Cherokee Language Class, Spark a Reaction: Duct Tape
port the Old Homosassa Veterans AARP Driver Safety Class, June 17 5:30 p.m. Art, 3 p.m.
Memorial. 10:30 am. Web Browsing: Getting June 18 East Central Republican
For information, call 352-628- Celebrate Reading, 4:30 p.m. Started, 10: 15 am. Veterans Benefits Assistance Club, 5 p.m.
2643 or 352-621-0153, or email June 18 Preschool Stories, 11 am. (by appointment only), 10 a.m. June 17 AARP Driver Safety Class, Fun and Games, 1 p.m. Nature Coast Bead Society, Ask a Master Gardener, 1 p.m.
10:30 am. Tech Tuesday, 2 p.m. 10 a.m. Americans United for
JR-RU dads eat free Preschool Storytime, 11 am. June 18 June 19 Separation of Church and
How to be a Successful Mother Goose Time, 11 am. Pre-GED Math Classes, 10 a.m. State, 4 p.m.
for Father's Day Self-Published Author, 2 p.m. Needles and Hooks, 3:30 p.m. Preschool Stories, 10:30 am. Introduction to Meditation:
All JR-RU dads will receive a Pre-GED Math, 4:30 p.m. Spark a Reaction: June 20 Benefits and Techniques,
free spaghetti and meatball din- June 19 Grossology, 3:30 p.m. Tai Chi, 10 am. 5:45 p.m.
ner served from 2to 5p.m. onFa- File Management, 10: 15 a.m. June 19 Nature Coast Dulcimer Family Story Time, 6 p.m.
ther's Day, Sunday, June 15, at the Adults Create Depression &Anxiety Players, 2 p.m. June 18
JR-RU Family Social Club, 922 Seashell Candle Ring, Support Group, 10 am. June 21 Fizz, Boom, Read: Animal
U.S. 41 S., Inverness. (Dads must 10:30 am. Pre-GED Social Studies, 3 p.m. Socrates Club, 10 a.m. Home Sweet Homes, 10:30 am.
show their membership card.) Mother Goose Time, 10:30 am. June 20 Beads and Friends Club,
Regular price for everyone else Spark a Reaction: Crime Fizz, Boom, Read: Wild FLORAL CITY PUBLIC LIBRARY 1:30 p.m.
is $6. Entertainment will be pro- Scene Science, 2:30 p.m. Weather, 10:30 am. 352-726-3671 June 19
vided by Jimmy Sparks from 4 to June 20 Ridge Readers Book June 17 Tai Chi, 10 a.m.
8 p.m. Fizz, Boom, Read: Making Club, 1 p.m. Tai Chi, 11 am. Preschool Stories, 10:30 am.
For more information, call 352- Sense of Your 5 Senses, June 21 Learn, Connect, Play: Citrus Friendship Quilt Guild,
637-5118. 10:30 am. Citrus County Council for Board Games, Wii, 1 P.M.
The Knit Wits of Homosassa, Environmental and Natural Puzzles, 4:30 p.m. Thinking for a Change
'Love Letters' 1 P.M. Resources Committee, 10 a.m. June 18 (T4C), 3:15 p.m.
stgeatSt 1H1~f~June 21 Writers & Poets Workshop, Preschool Stories, 10:30 am. June20
OnitgltSt E~ h Tobacco Cessation Class, 1 P.M. Adults Create: Seashell Mother Goose Time, 11 am.
St. Timothy Lutheran Church 10 a.m. Candle Ring, 2 p.m. Writer Critique Group, 2 p.m.
will offer a special theatrical New Age Thinker's Workshop, COASTAL REGION LIBRARY June 19 June 21
presentation, "Love Letters," with 2 p.m. 352-795-3716 Fizz, Boom, Read: Busy Sabbath Church of God
Patty Cyr and Richard Flury, di- June 16 Bees, 10:30 am. Fellowship, 11 am.
rected by Jim Farley, at 2 p.m.
Sunday, June 29.
Admission is a nonperishable
food item or cash donation.
The church is at 1070 N. Sun- Brow nies
coast Blvd., across from the
Hampton Inn in Crystal River
For more information, call 352-su p r
4-- During the 2014 cookie
Bunco Bash to help campaign, Kayla Grosch
and Alexzandra Nesbitt,
spay/euterpetstwo Brownies from the SnippetCitrus will host a Bunco Circle of Springs
Bash Sunday, June 22, at the Cit-cmuiy okhl
Couny~eourc~t 804their proceeds and rus ConyRsuc enter, 284_Edonated it to the Ronald
W Marc Knighton Court, Lecanto. McDonald House of
From 11:30 am. until 12:30 p m* Tampa. On May 22, the
there will be snacks, Bunco Bags girls were able to take a
Auction and Share the Wealth. tour of the facility and
Bunco will begin at 12:30 pm. then presented them with
There will be help for those who a check for $360.
do not know how to play, as well
as snacks, prizes and fun. Every- Special to the Chronicle
one is welcome.
The person who registers the
most people will win four free
reservations for the next Bunco
Bash. Entry is a $12 nonrefundable donation. v nyy k d
All proceeds will benefit Snip- County should try to be 'evel yoked' petCitrus, a group of concerned Citrus County citizens
seeking to reduce the homeless he Bible calls it "unevenly yoked." I know that we may want our new adpopulation of dogs and cats in For many years before modern ministrator to just manage, but I don't
Citrus County .1 equipment people farmed with DuWayne think that is the way humans work. Each
The Bunco Bash will raise oxen. They understood that two oxen Sipper person has a belief system that will
funds to provide low-cost pulled the wooden plow best and kept it either move the plow together or work
spay/neuter services to families centered to break up the hard ground against it.
who qualify needed for the next season of crops. They THE PATH My job, my yoke, is to help people who
Only those who make a reserva- also understood what it would be like to HOME cannot support themselves. This is a comtion will be guaranteed a seat have one ox who had other ideas of the E lplicated problem and not easily solved.
For reservations and to discuss work to be done and in which direction ___________________The Path still turns down three out of volunteering for SnippetCitrus, the plow was headed. every four phone calls for shelter and
call Lois at 382-0777. The farmer even went to the lengths of has started? most are some combination of families
putting blinders on so that the oxen might I find that in today's government, from we do not have services for


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1480. Inverness. Social time and a busi- 0 The Altar & Rosary Society of teen/adult class. Classes take place
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18, at First Baptist Church of Inver- verness. Pastor Paul Giglio teaches. 0 The third Saturday night supper Thursday, Aug. 7, in the church degree black belt instructor Greg ness. Kids will be briefed on their Call 352-726-1480. will take place from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. pavilion. All donations can be Gunn at 352-428-6348 or email
mission for the day at the Headquar- 0 Mothers of Inmates, a support June 21 in the Dewain Farris Fellow- brought to the church office. For or visit ters. From Headquarters, kids will group to emotionally support and ed- ship Hall at Community Congrega- more information, call 352-489- examine evidence in the Evidence ucate mothers affected by the incar- tional Christian Church, 9220 N. 5954. 0 St. John the Baptist Catholic
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Love." There are classes for children try Kaf6, 1787 W. Main St., Inver- enth Day Adventist Church, 1880 N. text of Genesis, is conducted from 7 are invited to join the Widows Minages 3 through sixth grade. All chil- ness. Music will be provided byAlan Trucks Ave., Hernando. Everyone is to 8 p.m. Mondays at Etz Hayim In- istry Group from 4 to 5:30 p.m. dren in Citrus County are O'Neal, karaoke or DJ. So come welcome. stitute the Adult Education Pro- Wednesdays at Cornerstone Baptist
invited. For more information or to sing your favorite songs, from the 0 St. Timothy Lutheran Church gram of Congregation Beth Sholom, Church, 1100 W. Highland Blvd., Inpreregister, call the church office at traditional to the new contemporary will present "Love Letters" with 102 Civic Circle, Beverly Hills. A verness. "God isn't finished with us 352-726-6144. ones. Joins us for an evening of re- Patty Cyr and Richard Flury, di- class on American-Jewish History is yet." For information, call Darla at
also offered from 8:15 to 9:15 p.m. 352-270-8115.
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United Methodist Church, 8831 W. o The Citrus County Sheriff's De- mission is a nonperishable food item tion, call 352-643-0995. Living Water Ministry Complex, 1 Bradshaw St., in Homosassa. The partment will be the guest speaker or cash donation. For more informa- 0 The ladies of Lecanto Church Beverly Hills Blvd., Beverly Hills. For event is sponsored by the Serendip- at the FFRA (Family & Friends tion, call 352-795-5325. of Christ meet for Bible study at 10 more information, call Meg at 352ity Men's Bible Study. Cost is $4 per Reaching for the Abilities) monthly 0 The Altar & Rosary Society of a.m. the second Tuesday monthly. 527-2443. person. Proceeds help Citrus meeting at 10 a.m. Friday. Due to St. John the Baptist Catholic Church Bible study is followed by a lunch- 0 "Get in Touch With Your
County's hungry and homeless the vulnerability of our children and will host a "Christmas in July Craft eon. Studies have included such Faith," a Christian information class
through Grace House and The seniors (and all of us at times), the Fair" from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Satur- subjects as prayer, love and pa- at Peace Lutheran Church," continSanctuary. Enjoy feasting on flap- spokesperson's emphasis will be day, July 12, in Father Stegeman tience. All ladies are invited to attend ues at 6 p.m. Thursdays. Pastor jacks and sausages, with coffee, about the dangers of unsolicited Hall. The church is on the corner of and enjoy Christian fellowship. Terry McKee conducts the class for tea, juice and milk. For information, emails by perverts trying to attract U.S. 41 and State Road 40 north of 0 Community Christian Karate 1 hour weekly. Everyone is welcall 352-628-4083 or 352-382-0336. an unsuspected viewer to be caught Dunnellon. Over 30 crafters will be Club (CCKC) offers a Citrus County come. There is no fee. To register,
0 Come as you are or dress to in their scheme. The speaker will in- there along with several new skilled group for learning karate skills, call the church office at 352-489the nines for the free ladies' tea at form you as to how to recognize artisans who will sell a wide variety working on cardio, and meeting new 5881 .The church is at 7201 5. U.S. 11 a.m. today at the Calvary Chapel such solicitation and how to avoid of handmade goods. Light refresh- friends. Three different classes for 41, five miles north of Dunnellon.

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more (352) 382-5661 40 (352) 860-1519 Built/Briggs & Straton. Metal Open Thursday6 2-49 5 8 J317
______________ On cart w/wheels. Recycling Best Prices through Sunday7 5 9 13 4 6 2 8
Aluminum Truck Tool- Brand new. $200 cash, for your cars or trucks 7:00 am to 7:00 pm 7 5 9 1 3
box, Lg Parrot Cage, (352)344-9449 also biggest U-Pull-It $3.50) pe7pun6387926075 4
New Rascal Electric HOMOSASSA with thousands of vehi (32L 2-90 6 3 9 7
Mobility Scooter R6300 Saturday 14th, I Oa-2p cles offering lowest pric 8 Fred of Citru Cont 7 2
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call(78) 52-467 *4 FAMILY SALE for parts 352-637-20_nmlSevcs 9 17
BekhiePies 1741 S. Rockcrusher (FOCCAS)
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Tell that special Healthy Fri. & Sat. MOVING Lost Black Lab 100% volunteer organi- ---------_____HOME I person $100 SALE (352) 220-4483 Bed Liner for Female, 12 yrs. old zastion re-hoing,10t
IN HEHag1py Birthday (32 522-0214 or 9072_ -.Mcai I apc ptukga aeass nr-oig
wtad undersified (352) 270-6285 97E.McaiSI 65" pick up truc gray ae Rig ra rescuing and providing
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Only $28.50 WORKS, 3 rare pieces Sat & Sun 8 to? 2AlFree in Citrus County. NA REINED
incude a hoo icluingTh Betle. MLT-FAILY 2 llWhite Kittens, Lost Calico Cat For more info on events, CI E EDD
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DRIVERS BTH1800S CHILDS TOY $bw5 sw oool
Dining Room Driver BE THE 1st Medical FLAT IRON WITH HOT $5.00 Pickewood Color
Help, apply within: Needed NOW' Alert Company PLATE 3.5"x2"x2" $40 3524194464 $225 OBO
between 2p and 5p Become a driver for in your area! OBO 352-270-3527 HIFI SPEAKER KIT (352) 503-2823
Fat Boys BBQ Owning your own Antique Dresse 2-Way, 8inch 85Watt END TABLE
Crystal River Earn $800 per week! local distributorship. 4 drawer w/ wheels woofers, Silver Wire, Blonde glass top with
We do 70% of the $300. Nuance Tweeters, New gold edges $25.00.
work! Unlimited Antique End Table $75 341-0450 Excellent Cond't.
1-877-214-3624 $ return. Investment w/ Lamp $100. STEREO RCA am/fm 5 352-746-5421
Frames/ $5 h required. Free Call Call 352-344-0101 disc, cassette player ENTERTAINMENT
(844)225-1200 ANTIQUE IRON SKIL- with 2 speakers. $55 UNIT Very nice 4 foot
LET CHILDS TOY 4" X 352-503-7675 unit. Space for 27 inch
Seeking experienced 2 X 2.5" MFG JOHN TV STAND for t.v. $100.00.
Alum/Screen framers, start immedi- TRAIN FROM HOME WRIGHT 352-270-3527 LCD/LED TV w/Glass 352-344-5311
ately $15 an hour and Shelf forAN equipment Furniture, Good Deal!
up depending on expe- MEDICAL BILLING, $45. Call 212-2961 bedroom, living
rience & knowledge. ACCOUNTING TV STAND for and dining room
experienced only We offer benefits to ASS'T, CUSTOMER LCD/LED TV w/Glass and accessories.
citrus county area include health, dental, SERVICE, NO 1800S CHILDS TOY Shelf for A/V equipment (352) 601-2944
email to: jcin vision, 401K, life EXPERIENCE FLAT IRON WITH HOT $45. Call 212-2961 insurance. We have NEEDED. HS/GED PLATE 3.5"x2"x2" $40 vr TIS OUT!
full time work NEEDED TO APPLY. OBO 352-270-3527 H
available. Please Sullivan and ANTIQUE IRON oHIGH ENDFURNITURE
come in and fill out an Cogliano Training SKILLET CHILDS TOY SALE*, 2ND TIME
Averitt Express application at: Centers. 4" X 2 X 2.5" COMPUTER MONITOR AROUND RESALES
New Pay increase 2531 NW 35th Street 1-800-451-0709 MFG JOHN WRIGHT 19inch Viewsonic LCD 270-8803, 2165 Hy 491
for Reginal Drivers! Ocala, Fl. 34475. 352-270-3527 Widescreen, for PC or King Sz Tempurpedic
40 to 46 CPM + Between 8am-Spin. BASEBALL CARDS X-BOX includes cable Mattress & Foundation
Fuel Bonus! Drug free workplace Over 1100 upper deck $100 341-0450 gently used, $995. HERMAN
Also, Post Training must pass drug test. 1993 series baseball DELL LAPTOP STAND negotiable 6-14 9 LaughingStock Licensing Inc., Dist. by Universal Uclick, 2014
Pay increase for i cards $75 & PROIX DOCKING (352) 746-6258
Students! Manatee Tour 631-353-1731 STAT. set up for easy LIVING RM LOUNGER,
(Depending on Captain Wanted Jumostart your Career CAROUSEL HORSE desktop computing Brown, "FIRED! Does that mean I won't
Domicile) pay is in Healthcare! wood 15"x 15" $25 352-382-3650 microfiberCLEAN! Like
4 wk CNA prep course $30 OBO 352-270-3527 VINTAGE NINTENDO New! $90 352-860-0444 get the raise?"
EVERY Week + $80. per tour $150. (352) 503-7131 COLLECTIBLE ART HANDHELD GAMEBOY Living Room Set
Excellent Benefits 25 ton Masters WORKS, 3 rare pieces Comes with 10 games. I Sofa & Love Seat
CDL-A Required 352-777-1796 including The Beatles. $60.00 352-364-6704 2 End tables -glass top
Apply @ Can send photos by WIFI ROUTER CISCO 1 coffee table-glass tp
AverittCareers.corm All for $275 firm LINKSYS E1200 Has 2 Lamps w/glass base
Equal Opportunity (352) 726-1076 WPA2 Security, Wire- 1 Entertainment cntr ad oui r16
Employer FAT CAT less N, Mac or PC, $30 53"W, $500 for All
Females, minorities, 6" TALL clay $10 OBO 341-0450 (352) 527-8418
protected veterans & Automotive Tech *NOW* 352-270-3527 MATTRESS
indivdiuals with & Tire Service. ENROLLING Great Queen size w/ Memory
disabilities are Fathers Day Gifts foam topper. Nice/clean,
encouraged to apply. Apply Firestone City Cosmetoloav Brown Glass BeerMugs only used in guest room
Tire of Inv. 441 Hwy. Day & Night School From different States Ford Diesel Tractor $75. 352-322-1154 CONSTRUCTION CORP.
41 S., 352-726-5118 $50. for All Model 2000 Queen Bed a". 11"
Barber Call (352) 270-8314 with Bush Hog Finish $150
Dog Groomer Exp. Lawn Night School Mower $6500. End/Coffee Tables
Maintenance (352) 726-8336 $60
All Breeds, Exp. Only Manicure Lawn Serv. Massage OutdoorL527-44
352-212-4308 352-344-0671 Day & Night School (352) 527-4484
___________APPLIANCES, like new Fu i" QUEEN SIZED BED
washers/dryers, stoves,
FT Auto Detailer Nail & Skin Care fridges 30 day warranty PATIO DINING TABLE FRAME All white
Day School trade-ins, 352-302-3030 CIR 3' Iron legs glass metal bed frame
EXP. MECHANIC Anlv in Person Starts Weekly Dryer, Kenmore, $100 top Patio or DR. $35 $100 (352)7943041 G Gar
/BOAT RIGGER Must have valid Stove, frigidare $125. OBO 352-270-3527 RECLINER LARGE ade
dieslcneMut w nto uig GocndtnLight Brown Well made
drivrs licens.DMus NAr GoCndtio, no pets or smoking. CITRUS SPRINGS LECANTO 2014 TOYOTA CAMRY
work weekends.DFWP NAILS Can deliver $150. 352-628-3507 MOVING SALE** LARGE MULTI-FAMILYMATS tan
CIRU Ky1 Mn-Tues-Wed5P-9P () RECLINER Lazyboy, Thurs, Fri. & Sat SAL!brand new O atory
1850 Hw I Crystal Rivere r Ws-h 2 BIG MEN'S blue material, 8:30am 4pm 2039 W Shining retail $229 sell $100
CamsusaLocations:eKenmore Washer RECLINERS excellent condition. $50. furniture, gardening, Dawn Lane (352)270-3527
Carl Locations: Dryer, Lg. Capacity light brown, not a 352-410-1072 scoooter, lift and more
Homosassa Retail Manager NEW PORT RICHEY White, Very Good matched pair, exc. SOFA TABLE 6977 N. Neal Terrace LECANTO box, Lg Parrot Cage,
Marine wanted for SPRING HILL Condition $300. both cond. 3 yrs. old Use behind sofa to ESTATE SALE Saturday 14th, 8am ln Rarc EoltC
Labels-Crystal River BROOKSVILLE or $175 ea $450. pair or sell Ussep. oat ETT AE audy 4h a New Rascal Electric
3120S. Mabl-resale clothing (727) 848-8415 s-Crystal2River Bore sep. divide the room. Dark. By Appt. only *No Early Birds Mobility Scooter R6300
Mal-realeclohin (77) 48815 (352) 795-3825 after no reasonable offer
store for teens & 12 noon before 8pm refused (352) 527-4352 Glass inserts on top. Inverness -Furniture, 2280 N. Brentwood Cir call (786) 523-4637
Suncoast young adults Exp wwIeeYd 12 $35 Ruth 352-382-1000 China, Milk Glass, New single sheet
Blvd working in urR E SMITTYS APPLIANCE 2 Light Oak Swivel TRADE IN MATTRESS Linens, Washer/Dryer set $4.00 APPLIANCES, like new
REPAIR. Also Wanted w/arms, washers/dryers, stoves,
Homosassa, brand stores a plus. INA YEAR Dead or Alive Washers SETS FOR SALE Call 352-344-0101 New microwave fridges30daywarranty
H o o a s ,& Dryers. FREE PIC K never used, bought *kStarting at $50. $50. O o rdge -s 3 302warant
P/T Sales UP! 352-564-8179 Town& Country King, Queen, Full, Twin V THIS OUT (352) 527-6655
Fl. 34448 or Associate WASHER OR DRYER (352) 860-1519 Very good condition CAMCORDER
Mail 352-621-4500 HIGH END FURNITURE Panasonic Camcorder
Mail Resume positions available $145 ea. Reliable, 3 Pc. Floral Couch Set, C *SALE*, 2ND TIME
at Labels-Crystal Clean, Like New, Excel $150. Twin Bed, Complete,with case $95.00
River Mall. Flexible Working Cond, 60 day Dining Room Table with headboard AROUND RESALES Excellent Cond't.
schedule; weeknds. Guar.Free Del/Set up. Room and footboard, 270-8803, 2165 Hy 491 Brand Name Clothing 352-746-5421
A lv in Person at TROPICAL FISH REL RIDGE $125. includes HOMOSASSA by piece or bundle
Key Training Center, STORE WExtra Free bed. Fri, Sat 8am to 3 pm (352) 489-3068 Char-Broil
Eerice d KePTaiinmCntrSTR WHIRLPOOL (352) 527-4484 352-726-6197 tools, books, plumbing DESIGNER Infrard, ook in,
_________________Outdoor Grill,
5399 W. Gulf to Lake Established 4 years DISHWASHER 352-726-617 Mu Infrared, Cooking,
Service Pumbe Hwy. Lecanto FL TURN KEY, $29,000. like new, $150 ANTIQUE MANTLE Two Wood matching and much more! MENS SLACKS full tank propaine,
H. Letanto FL U (352) 447-1244 k 50CLOCK, with chimes, Twin Beds Coleman Ave New with tags size 34 many new accessories
Ful e mto7 (352) 746-2932 $100 complete, w/head $10 Call 726-0040 $200. (352) 465-2459
Billy the Sunshine SUMMER WORK (352) 637-9611 and footboard $200. HOMOSASSA WEDDING DRESS
Plumber BED ROOM SET (352) 400-8945 Fri. & Sat. 8am-2pm size 18 from David CULTS BOWLING
16085 Commercial GREAT PAY! Maple Qn. Complete, STORAGE UNIT Bridal $250, Best Offer BAG New two ball bag.
Way, Brooksville, FL Immediate FT/PT DESK / DRAFTING boxspring, matress, ITEMS FOR SALE (352) 637-9611 Was $99 selling for $50
34614 openings, customer LIGHTAdjustable arm, headboard dresser 10 Rain or Shine. Oak OBO Linda 4234163
352-596-9191 sales/sel, will train, Black, Like New drawers, & TV stand, Ent. Cn., Bunk Beds, WEDDING GOWN size
Halogen 50W bulb $400. (352) 628-9481 BOLEN LAWN Furn. jewelry, Hummel 10. Worn once then dry Folding Pet Crate
ages 17+, Call ASAP! BUILDINGS $25 352-382-3650 BEIGE ITALIAN TRACTOR 15HP Good Plates. Much More! cleaned & preserved in excel. condition
*352-503-4930* LEATHER SOFA, condition. $400 Crosby Sq. Storage box. Call for info $100 Hardly used $45
NEWPA PER LOVE SEAT AND (352) 382-5816 6411 S. Tex Point., 516-978-2644 (352) 860-1519
Telephone Honda HRA 214 Self Howards Flea Market
AT ID Startina at $10.00/Hr. Craftsman Router Table 352 746 9321 Propelled/bagger. Runs Follow Pink Signs V THIS OUTI
Building & Skill Router #1835 1 Beveled Glass Table well. $90. 352-410-1072
Communication 3/4hP 352-663-1799 whte base HOMOSASSA CELL PHONE *8* *
white base, Patio Pavers Saturday 14th, 10a-2p MOTOROLAWX416
INVERNESS Towers. Travel, Good asking $50 both w/ 4 padded chairs 6 x 9, 6 x 6, 6 x3 4 FAMILY SALE NEW with belt clip case GENERAL
FLORAL CITY Pay & Benefits. OT, GENERATOR on casters, 185 pieces Will Split Lot 1741S. Rockcrusher $25 352-382-3650
,*.,352-694-8017, M-F 130 MPH 3550Watt, 7HP, Troy $125. obo $110 (352) 257-3288 MERCHANDISE
AREAS 25 x 30 x 9 (3:12 pitch) Built/Briggs & Straton. (352) 465-2237 HOMOSASSA MERCHANDISE
Roof w/Overhang, On cart w/wheels. RAKES 36" aluminum SPECIALS
2-9 x 7 Garage Door Brand new. $200 cash COMFORTS OF HOME landscape rakes, YARD SALE
wated fly 1 Entry door, 2 G-vents (352)344-9449 USED FURNITURE 1Fri & Sat, 8am to 3pm
moring dever 4" Concrete Slab. comfortsofhomeused 631-353-1731 Refridgerator, Power
tetrus County AIRLINE JOBS $13.995. INSTALLED PNEUMATIC TOOLS tools, etc. 4 TIRES
C a o DRILL AND BUTTER- **352-795-0121** 5661 W Sardock Ct. 215 55 R16's
30 x 30 x 9 (3:12 pitch) FLY RATCHET $10 f Excellent Tread $100 -6 lines
newspapers for START HERE Get 2-9 x 7 Garage Doors EACH OR $15 BOTH COUCH W/2 RECLIN INVERNESS 352-341-0871 10 days
home delivery trained as FAA 1 Entry Door, 2 G-vents JOHN 419-5981 ERS Nice cushy, cencusomrs certified Aviation 4" Concrete Slab ter folds down. 7 ft. BUTTERFLY BUSH Fri. & Sat. MOVING 5 Boxes White Wall Tile up to 2 items
Technician. Financial $15995 INSTALLED PRESSURE WASHER VG condition. $95 SEEDLINGS Nanho SALE (352) 220-4483 4"x4", 160 pc's per box
Mut -av aid for qualified 40x40x12 (3:12 pitch) Mac 1000. Excellent 613-5818 Blue, orBlack knight, 9072 E. Moccasin SL covers 90 sq.ft, $200. * * *
u and students. Housing and Roof w/Overhang, Condition. $40. DESK, French 10 for $10, Inv, Off for all. 3 Boxes 6"x6"
2-10 x 10 Roll-up Doors 352-410-1072 Croft 613-5818 INVERNESS Red-clay Floor Tile
assistance. Call 1 Entry Door, 2 G-vents TOOLS-All used lightly. exc. cond., $65. MEXICAN PETUNIAS Sat & Sun 8 to ? 42 pc's per box, $11.50
All Aviation Institute of 4" Concrete Slab Bostitch Framing Nailer ROCKING CHAIR, Pink & Purple MULTI-FAMILY covers 31 sq.ft. $60. $201-$400..
1624 NM wcre Maintenance $27.995 Installed $100, Craftsman white with gold, $50 in 4 inch pots MOVING SALE (352) 465-1892 $16.50
B.vd 844-210-3935 A local Fl. Manufact. Router/Case $50, B/D (352) 637-9611 10 for $10 Off Croft tools, furniture 21 Boxes Floor Tile
+ We custom build- Table Grinder $25, b13-5818 many items'! White w/gray streak $401-$800..
MnyF rd We are the factory Dewalt Impact DISPLAY CABINETS 301 Seminole Ave 12"x12", 10 per box $21.50
Ban- p AIRLINE JOBS + Meets & exceeds Wrench $75, Dewalt Set of 3 matching dis- 3 n 125x2 10 pe box $1.5002010 Fl. wind codes. Palm Sander $15, play cabinets. 6"5"X. LECANTO 3252 sq. ft $150. $801-$1500..
N p START HERE Get + Florida 'Stamped" Craftsman Sander $10. 32"X 16". $200. 1) Mir- Sat, 6/4 8am to 3p(352) 465-1892 $26.50
carir trained as FAA roe ipa aie a,64-8mt p 2014 OEM TOYOTA
independet certified Aviation engineered drawings 352-212-5286 roared display cabinet Canoe w/motors, FLOOR MATOYOTA
+ All major credit with 4 glass shelves. CRYSTAL RIVER fishing and boat stuff OR MATS NEW,
contractors, Technician. cards accepted $80. 6"3"X 29"X 13" NATURE COAST bed, 4/20x33 tires, TAN RETAIL $2510 *5*-*6*-*96
Financial aid for METAL Structures LLC Lighted 727481-3010 MINISTRIES truck tool box, FI 52-270 03527
Citr qualified students. 866-624-9160 DRESSER, STORE WIDE Gator stuff, generator, 352-270-3527
ChronicleHousing and Job Lic # CBC 1256991 CENTER SPEAKER walnut finish, $125. CLEARANCE sauna, weight lifting 2014 TOYOTACAMRY GEVALIA COFplacement assistance. State Certified FOR HOME THEATRE Sofa Bed & Matching Saturday Only 8a-2o equp household FLOOR MATS tan FEEMAKER 2-8+ cup,
CnnnJLT rTE Call Aviation Institute Building Contractor Danish SEAS CoAxial, Love Seat, items clothes&more! brand new OEM factory black, lidded carafe.
of Maintenance wwwmet 150W, Ported Solid Oak Green floral Print $275. 1590 Meadowcrest 1852 N. Squirrel Tree retail $250 sell $100 Like new. New units
D-3935 Box, $80 341-0450 Call 352-344-0101 Blvd. (352) 563-1860 Ave (352)270-3527 $50. $20. 527-2598.

REPAIR. Also Wanted Land clearingHuig M&WITROS rlae&ex.icns LdCer HauHalng LAWN & LANDSCAPE. Al ohases of Tile COUNTY WIDE Budd Excavatina
Deador liv Waher Sie PepDriewas H n TERa sercs ned be rexpicis Landm CleaedpHa ngve 15% off Tee Trimming Handicap Showers, DRY-WALL25 yrs exp. & Tee Work clearing Dedo EWE C SteIn P3ep-D9veways Northern Quality Bonded- 352-613-8137 ways (352) 302-6955 w/Ad. (352) 464-3566 Safety Bars, Fis lic.2875, al your drywall hauling, rock dries
&DvsFREPC L ns3275 Southern prices ___________ THE KLEEN TEAM l422-2o19Lic.#27131 nes elig&Wl demo, bushhogging
UP! 352-564-8179 (352) 537____144 Primary Ceaning LC AIIAROUND TRACTOR RidentialComm. Repairs. Pop Corn Lmt324014
-ANDREW JOEHL Lcensed & Insured Landclearing, Hauling Lc. Bonded, Insured Roofing Systems, Removal 352-302-6838 _________HANDYMAN (352)476 9674 Site Prep, Dveways (352) 419 6557 Aum Encosues, e
4flf 7J A-i1 Complete Repairs Gen. Maint/Repairs Lic/Ins 352-795-5755 modeling, Inspections D & R TREE SERVICE
Pres. Wash, Painting Pressure Cleaning. THE KLEEN TEAM I CRS Contr. 414-8693 Lawn & Landscape
"Cinderella's Home** (Int/Ext) 25 yrs, Ref, Lic 0256271 352-465-9201 Residential/Comm Budd Excavatina Specialist. Lic. & Ins.
& OfficeCleanina & # 39765, 3525135746 Affordable Handyman Lic., Bonded, Insured & Tree Work, clearing Free Est. 352-302-5641
Home Comnon s COUNTY WIDE V FAST 100% Guar. (352) 419-6557 hauling, rock drives, A-I Hauling, Cleanups, j,1j1~Z
Relax We'll Take Care DRY-WALL25 yrs exp. V AFFORDABLE demo, bushhogging garage clean outs,
of you! 352-746-7760 lic.2875, all your drywall V RELIABLE, Free Est Lamar 352-400-1442 trash, 32furniture06 & misc. MCSMBL VDUL
ned!Ciig&Wl __________ EFSREPAIR & MAINT. Tree Service
Care Giver Available Repairs. Pop Corn Affordable Handyman LANDCLEARING, DIRT CLEANUP /HAULING RT etfe ehSupGidnbl
in-home healthscare, Removal 352-302-6838 V' FAST 100% Guar. CREATURE COMFORTS WORK, DUMP TRUCK Clean outs/Dump Runs 352-613-0113, Lic/Ins. mulch, lic/ins 302-8852

hskping, Former EMT 352-257-950 *res (352)302-2849 Lic. 352-584-5374
-ef's (43) 4693204 -T352-2579508 R WRIGHT TREE Service
____________-Tree Removal & Caregiver Available #1 A+TECHNOLOGIES VASTordableGHarndyman Trimming. Ins. & Lic. #
In-home Inv/Floral City AlHome Repairs. 'FS 0%G a Wr.lAtnin0567 5-4 62
Area, Lic/Ins Ref avail. All T's Installed V AFFORDABLE AtetoCoinolete Tree Serv. 0589323162
Iic#5863 352-746-3777 ' REIBE Fre DEsRTREtEV E ASA PAINTING Consumers. TREE REMOVAL &
Hourly or live-in. *k 352-257-9508 *kD&RTE EVC CHRIS SATCHELL Please make sure you STUMP GRINDINGRIEBK
697-1625 or 476-1276. DUN-RITE ELECTRIC Lawn & Landscape R0ysIVENBARKRe. ae sn alcnsd 5ft uke rc
Since '78/ Free Est. HANDYMAN Specialist. Lc. & Ins. ne 30y 52-pExce9R an iue d senga viced Sf.Bce rc LAWN & LANDSCAPE.
Home Health Care lic EC 13002699 SERVICES PET SITTING/WALKING Free Est. 352-302-5641 ns d324419 n srdsrie 352-344-2696 Lic/ins. 15ofTrerimn
position wanted. 352- 726-2907 Lic# 397 w/ opeeRear rfsioa.Mn5 Ad. (352) 464-3566
Provide services for (352) 464-3748 Exp., Reliable, Excel A opeeRp sion Manyes /d32)4436
________________ Ref. (352) 274-4138 Design & Instal Pres Wash, Painting seveaerirs ________elderly & disabled. Ref Roofing Systems, Plant*Sod*Mulch (Int/Ext) 25 yrs, Ref, Lic are required by state _________Avail (352) 419-8387 A Aum Encosues, re- Kat's Kritter Kare "WeedrimClean # 39765, 352-513-5746 tate inclesei A TREE SURGEON
ic/ns35-45-08iCALeTELAsBUELic. & Ins. Lowest RON ROBBINS Tree
m o e nlsec i n ~ i c/ins 352 -4 5 -308 C A LL STELL R BLU num ber in all adver- R t s F e e t.Serv ice Trim Shape &
l ROCKY'S FENCING CRS Contr 414-8693 PTSll N. l N./ Et. aIntingRE tisements. If you (352)860-1452 Remve, Lic/Ins. Free
FREE Est., Lic. & Insured ___________ ed.Lc n.FE don't see a license est. 352-628-2825
**'k352-422-7279* LUALL EST (352) 586-2996 number in the ad, you _________JEFF'S OWENS QUALITY INTERIORIEXTERIOR should inquire about it
CLEANUP/HAULING FENCING, ALL TYPES. AFFORDABLE LAWN & ODD JOBS. 30 yrs and be suspicious All Tractor & Tree Work
C-lean outs/ Dump Runs Free Est. Comm/Res. Comfort Works, Inc. CARE Cuts $10 & Up J. Hupchick Lic./Ins. that you mayLadCerHuln
Brush Removal. Lic. 352-628-4002 Air Conditioning and Res./Comm., Lic/Ins. (352) 726-9998 be contacting an un- 1Ltim Clean rie-uln
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352-584-5374 Coin (352) 400 8361 56-84 2-30*The Citrus County was(5)3265
I Lic# CAC1817447 D & R TREE SERVICE Chronicle wants to 344-2556, Richard
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Install restretch, repair Specialist. Lic. & Ins. All Int./ Ext. Painting ments of the law. models. Call anytime!
ClaSleVnlFree Est. 352-302-5641 Needs. Lic. & Ins. FREE Beware of any service _________CURB APPEAL Carpet, Laminent, Lic. (352) 270-4672 EST_(52_58-296 advrtse tht anno
Yardscape, Curbing, #4857 Mitch, 201-2245 &** fCidrls H**& Helpin Hand Grass Man ET(5)5629 detsrta a o
Flocrete. River Rock Ho& OfcCleoanins Cut-Clean-Mulch-Edae HANDYMAN provide proof that
Reseals & Repairs. Rea WelTae C arens FREE ESTIMATES! SERVICES they are licensed to
Lic (52 34-12 elx e'l ak CreRusel 5263-163 Lic# 39477 do business.
Lc(3236-10of you! 352-746-7760 Rusl 5-3-33 (352) 464-3748 For questions about
C:ONCRETE Driveways All Home Repairs. Residential Only Re-Face not Replace! MULCH AND MORE Residential/Comm. please call your city Free Estimates Residential/Comm.
tear outs, tractor work, All rl's Installed Wkly., Biwkly., Mnthly. KITCHEN SOLUTIONS Local AND Affordable Lic., Bonded, Insured or county Trim & Removal Lic., Bonded, Insured
Lic. #1476, 726-6554 lic#5863 352-746-3777 352-364-1773 **(352) 794-3747** 352-453-6005 (352) 419-6557 government offices. 352-637-6641 Lic/Ins (352) 419-6557


Portable Honeywell HEAD New in box $20 White w black pots, BUYERH 2 singlewidei RU BY TRICKY RICKY KANE
enviracaire with filter. Call 212-2961 male. Last seen in MH's w/land for sale. Every answers a rhyming
$40. 352-410-1072 LAMPS 2 large ceramic Hernando, near Each 2/1, both need mi- 1. Delay designer Stella McCartney's dad (1) Ever ofwr is a AT
OAK ROCKING DOLL decorative table lamps Amherst Street. nor TLC. Asking par of words (like FAT CAT
CRADLE $49 HAND- with shades. $45.00 Call (352) 634-2708 $17k/each or $33k both. and DOUBLE TROUBLE), and
CRAFTED E-MAIL 352-503-7675 Buy 1 or both. 21313
PHOTOS INVERNESS Campbell Dr & 21335 Hernando 2. Unmoving dad of actor Jaden Smith (1) theywill fit in the letter
419-5981 PAMPERED CHEF Canal Dr/both Damac squares. The number after the
P OVEGETABLE CUTTER Estates Brooksville Fl. Lake Cottage [ definition tells you how many
PATIO DINING TABLE Measuring Cup, Pyrex Not a park, own MH I bd/l ba, beautiful
old Foridcottges! 3. Direct Cordelia's mad royal father (1) syllables in each word.
CIR 3' Iron legs glass Oven to Table Bowls w/landold Florida cottages! 35 D4-a7t
top Patio or DR $35 New $25 Call 212-2961 HOLLY WOLF 352-346-3173 $550. (352) 341I2724FFFF
PBO 352-270-3527 SHOP LIGHTS & HERNANDO 2014UFS, Univ.l ick for UFS
PICNIC TABLE EXERCISE EQUIP. Urban Suburban OWNER Watson's Fish Camp 4. Steady dad of actress Liv Tyler (2)
foot fiberglass Six 4ft flourecent shop Hair Studio FINANCINGI 55+ Rental Community
flat. Benches raise to lights. $40.00. _-lly 55- R t C _- I
fomfl alGzleEecStylist/Owner Home for Sale (352) 726-2225
form full table. Gazelle Exerci, tytone LUCAS 4/3 on 1.25 acres,
POOLInvites you to come Lucas, a 1-y.o. paved rd. fenced R 5. Gadabout father of Hart Simpson (2)
$10e32-6545oGidrr4000rmetounFiedly Trrermi, aw! ar, or sop& ____1____________________POOL EQUIPMENT IronMan Body Inverter Knowledgeable Terrier mix, fawn/ yard, work shop &
Intex pool pump. $70. $60.00. All like new. brindle & white, utility shed o ba C R E
Ladder $20. Float chair 352-527-7732 Saf lrd
Iar$0. 2t-410-12-27773072I HW-negative, neu- room, deck on back Crystal River 6. Energized "Happy Days" dad Cunningham (2)
$10. 352-410-1072 SHOWER JUNE SPECIAL tered, housebrkn, & front concrete WATERFRONT 3/3/2
PURETAN U.S. HEAD-DELTA very friendly & driveway with car- fenced yard,
MADE N-BUTANE 300 New $60 COLOR gentle, gets along port. Only $79,900. $1500. mo. f/I/s
el can $13/12 cans Call 212-2961 & CUT w/other dogs well, $14,000 down only (352) 638-1079 7. Gratin' on Founding Father Benjamin (2)
lcn Taste thediC2er2 rides well in car, $648.92/mo W.A.C. DUNNELLiN
ence! 352-726-6162 WINDOW TREATMENT knows some com- Call to DUNNELLON
Custom Cornice, 826 US Hwy 41 k s e -lView
RATTAN 12"x72" Beige, pleated Inverness, FL mands, affectionate 352-621-3807 Completely Furnished
OCCASIONAL TABLE, with piping. $35.00. 352-637-0777 & wants to be your on River $700 mo+ Util. NI3XNVII NrIXTYU I{VMOH U313A40d 9 113I4OH uawOu S
G lass top, 28" long, 22" com panion. Q uiet area in & Sec. W illing to trade N 3AU 1S N 3 -A3 ( 1, IIM 11 8 lfWV d TNI SH -9
wide, 20" tall, Ornate. 352-621-7586 Call Joanne @ Lake Panasoffkee some rent for house- 6-14-1 SHIMSV
$25 (352) 465-1813 352-795-1288 or 3/2 Doublewide keeping & other duties
$2 32 4511 FtesDreama @ on corner lot 14 acre Call 352-445-0646
SHUTTERS 3 Sets of Eqt 813-244-7324. mol, nice storage 2 Mi, dwn. River from
Indoor & Outdoor ith shed big oak tree Stumpknocker off 200
Wooden Shutters with 200 LBS. OF METAL off CR 429 LECANTO
Hinges. $95.00. Ex. WEIGHTS 4-25LBS Lake Panasoffkee Black Diamond Villa
Cont't. 352-746-5421 AND 10-1LBS PLUS 2 Reduced to $54,995. we, S
2 Speakers 5 inch Very CALL 631-353-1731 Call 352-726-4009 water, basic cable
good condition. $35.00 Electric Treadmill Robbie Ray 0_352l ,100/ mo.
352-746-5421 Crosswalk TS3 L e e k352-613-3014 IIlIm Were L
Toro 21" Super $400 Urban Suburban WESTWOOD ACRES
Recycler Lawn Mower (352) 249-4475 Hair Studio 3 bdrm 2 ba 3/2 ES 0111 IoneW 1iUili D Eoe COM
used twice pd $550. EXERCISE EQUIP 352-637-0777 My Name is ON 2AC-1768 SQ
sell for $300. MENT AB Exercise Lil Bit FT-MORE INFO AT Beverly Hills
Heavy duty, light "From CuttinaEdae ZILLOW.COM 9515W 1BR, Poss. 2,1 Bath I -rCT
weight, Aluminum Lounge Chair $40 to Care Free" I am a Cha-Winne, ILL C R $50 fiRst 2 lat
Loading Ramp, used 7 Mo., UTD Spayed MIDLAND LN CR $500. first + lastT
once $100. Both items EXERCISE EQUIP- Make-overs, little girl looking for $65,000. TERRY AT 352-220-2958 .... .
stored in a climate MENT Weight Bench, Color, Foiling, my forever home. 352-697-1218 BEVERLY HILLS
controlled room Curl Bar and Weights. Precision Cuts, Call Saving Angels lbd/lba/cpt, near
(352) 795-1339 $45. 352-410-1072 Avant Garde (352)419-0223. shopping, remodeled,
UNIVERSAL #2 MEAT Multi-Station Gym hairstyles and Come see me and 42 S. Harrison St. $550.
GRINDER $10 EXCEL- Bio Dyne, u pdo's. _______________- 3 Bedrm., 2 Full Baths + sec.(352) 419-5143 RelEt eIn res
LENT CONDITION Dyno Pak F10 Schnauzer Pups 55 + park, glass encl. INVERNESS e
E-MAIL PHOTO JOHN excellent condition Paul Mitchell 2 male, Born Nov. 14 Fl. Rm 91/2 x 38 ft., Highlands, 3/2, Fm. rm.
419-5981 $700. Certified. Shih-Tzu Pup newer washer & $825. ma. 352-212-4873 Lecanto, Fl. 2/1.5/2, City Water,
WET/VAC 5 Gal. $25. (352) 746-7330 1 male Born Jan. 21, dryer, all new SS 2 1/2 ac. mol, lecanto ATTN Homebuvers Sewer, New Metal
352-410-1072 352-795-5896 Day appl's, new AC/heat INVERNESS zoned Ag. E-Z terms for 100% financing avail. Roof & Carpet.
WINDOW TREATMENT WESTINESE PUPPIES pump, fresh ext. paint, Lake 3/2/2 Starting @ qualified buyer. well Government Program. Lg. Kitchen & Garage
Custom Cornice, All white, no shed, Lot rent $255. month $760. sec. $1,200 &septic are in. You do not need perfect A Must See! $69,900.
12"x72" Beige, pleated m edical certicate, $24,000 (352)513-4570 Call 850-492-0553 credit. Call or email (352) 860-2554
with piping. $35.00 2 SETS OF MEN'S GOLF 9 weeks old, $500. ea (352) 501-0517 352-403-4646 850-288-1888 to get qualified.
CLUBS, Complete, or 352-585-6510 Ph: (813) 470-8313 GREAT Starter Home!
352-621-7586 Call After 3pm. HOMOSASSA'S rickabf South Little John Ave
Hogan & Wilson (352) 586-0305 Best Housing Value Waefrn 4 Rick Kedzierski lic. loan Inverness
Excellent Condition Modern 2/1 homes rOt .MWOi originator.NLMS 2BR/2BA Single Fain.
$50.ea.- from $7500 or eaase to #267854, FL#9096 Attached Garage
Electric l B (352) 7955146 f l Own from $145/mo. **INVERNESS** NLMS ID 149709 Lease or Cash
CYCLE WHEELS by Robin Long$700.down + Lot LAKE FRONT HOME SELL YOUR Call For Details
Wheelchair WTB from a Trek, Alloy Urban Suburban Berkshire Piglets rent of $265. mo. spacious 3/2/2, c/h/a 877-500-9517
Pride Jet 3 Ultra 700x23mm Pair, Street Hair Studio 8 weeks old, 10 yr. payoff at $5.(03 2 HOME vm sI
$650. or ATB, no tires, True 352-637-0777 Healthy Evanridge Community IN THEal I2erm ba
24-475$50 341-0450 $100 nexptona RealND Estate 2 bedroom 1 bath
MOBILI(352) SCOOTERS Golf Cart "From Cutting Edge (352) 522-0214 or 55+Park 352 628-5977 Watson's Fish Camp (1 J f house. Lot 100x150.

Pride Jazzy Select 6 Good condition to Care Free" (352) 270-6285 : 55+ Rental Community 15.31 ACRES Zoned industrial.
Onluse2Hors.TO bateies, Realt Sekignetolrat behind Move-in condition.
Red Mint Condition. Good batteries, Seeking new Color I I.. I E l e (352) 726-2225 Wal-Mart Supercenter $25,000 cash as is.
Only used 2 Hours.$700 and Foil Clients CLASSIFIEDS in Chiefland. 1309 Bruce Street.
$1,000 obo $72,000. Phone 352-726-7362.
Cash 352-344-9449 (352) 564-2756 looking for a-A maNu SPECIALI 352-279-2401 Nice Double Lot
Pride Legend XL 4 Concealed Weapons give me a try. BRINGCRYSTAL RIVER / Acres MOL
Wheel Red with Permit Course Wed-Sat FISHING POLE! w
Umbrella Attachment. DA' U OM appointments 30 Days ELT IC oe ,0 s.f. 1020 tHy48 4/2 Doublewide
Mint Cond. $900. Cash. (352) 726-5238 available. EALTINC...Home,.2,300 sq. ft. I 100x200 ft,, Hwy 488,
352-344-9449 GOLF IRONS 352 3S2-795- $ $58.50 Dunnellon, $55k with Family Room,
35234-949 OL IRNS35 -79 -768(352) 465-7795 large bed rooms off
One Standard Adams Idea MRH #7 & "Redken Educator CRYSTAL RIVER laTurner Camp Rd.
Wheelchair, #8 graphite new grips and trained 20+ C It's Easy Inverness F. $89,995.
2 n d is a lig h tw e ig h t $ 15 e a $ 2 5 p a ir y e a rs e x p e rie n c e $675 W C leveland M D C O F I C e L e R F I N A N C I N G
1/ / v rl ~ q 1. C a l T o a M E D IC A L O F F IC E S E L L E R F IN A N C IN G
portable wheelchair, Dunnellon 465-8495 2/1/1 -Ove 100 q. ur Call Toda FOR SALE Call 352-726-4009
both for $150. obo GOLF WOODS MRH 03/2/2prWuy a1 M (352) 563-5966F Totally renovated OPEN HOUSE
(352) 746-1305 #7 & #9 Graphite Good INVERNESS, FL Acres 423 Bushnell -700 S.F. 5th Ter.Suite #5
HOMOSASSA Bedroom 1 bath. Crystal River. $97K Fri. 13th & Sat. 14th
Grips&ead Covrs HOMO5A 1 oo le b Specializing in 352-422-2293 10am-5pm
$l5ea $25pair 55-- parkon lakewl5 $2000 715 S. Curry Pt. LRm, Den, Laundry, 10409 E. Twila Ct.
Dunnellon 465-8495 piers, clubhouse and Beaurul2 story Pool homewith 5 bedrooms! Carport Call Joan AcreageFarms INVERNESS
"NEW" 6STRING GUN CABINET-glass much more! Rent $1300 6 Oxhorn C. E 352-464-1211 Ranches & 607-793-3344
BANJO BEAUTIFUL holds 12 rifles + incl. grass cutting Nice pool homeingarni U0SOvil. so Commercial Woodsaval.
doRRO MAHOGANY storage, $100 firm and your water $850 6698 S. Wald Pt.
FINISH, PRO SETUP cash only. (352) 1 $450. 1
$100 352-601-6625 634-2599 2 bedroom, 1 bath HERNANDO
"NEW" FENDER Gun Cabinet $475.- $525. $600 1096 N.Buwson Dr.
ACOUSTIC Oak, with etched Pets considered and 2/2 Mobile in Hill &Dalesuhdivision Realty Connect
GUITAR,SUNBURST glass front, holds 6 section 8 is accepted. $615 6315 N. Soirewood Dr.
FINISH FULLSIZE,$100 rifles + storage, new Call 8007474283 Cozy2ibedroom onwaterwih dock Buying or Selling?
352-601-6625 locks, $80. obo For Details! $1600 215 W.MikeyMuntlePath
"NEW"(352) 228-0658 4 bdrm. pool home inTerra Vista on got course OPEN HOUSEWaterfront,
GUITAR,SUNBURST 6 Gallon $35.00 BARLOW 2/2 furnished on 'A2 AC For More Listings Go To Richard (Rick) FRI St &k SNol
FINISH FULLSIZE,$100 352-382-3298 Barlow, 2-6 y.o $650. (352)942-3674 www.Ctrus(outlHomeRenals.m DEB Coulf BrokeurTse/a
352-601-6625 MARINE RADIO Shepherd/Retriever INVERNESS A THOMPSON Couch Realty & 3/2/2 Home FREE List of
"NEWACOUSTIC Hand Held $80.00 mix, wt 55 lbs, very 1 Bd. Rm. $325. mo. Investments, Inc. 521 W. Hillwood Path Available Homes!
GUITAR HARD 352-382-3298 beautiful dog, good 2 Bd. Rm. $360. Mo. One call away for (352) 212-3559 Fully remodeled, 20 in
on leash, very Both $500. Dep. each CRYSTAL RIVER your buying and tile, Granite counterSIZEDR OGO friendly & affection- No Pets 352-726-7951 selling needs. tops, new maple cab- Contact the
CE D U Yamaha Fully Furnished Realtor that you can inets, New Stainless Premier Real
$50 352-60 -662 2000 Golf Cart ate, gets along LECANTO Studio Efficiency refer to your UNIQUE & HISTORIC Steel Appliances, A Estate Group
$50 352-601-6625 New battery Red with w/most dogs, best Leisure Acres, 2/1, wtr, w/ equipped kit. All family and friends. Homes, Commercial must see! Priced to sell Realty Connect
"NEW"LUNA GYPSY roof and windshield no cats. Could jump trash, lawn serv. W/D util., cable, Internet, & Service with a smile Homesat $152,900 (352) 341 -2588 or
SPITDMPE Fold down vinyl 4-foot fence, knows Waterfront & Landat$5,0
SPALTED MAPLE olo wn vinyl basic cmmands Application and back- cleaning provided, seven days "Small Town (352) 746-9311 (352) 2121446
GRAND CONCERT enclosure $2,700. Call basic commands. ground check req. $ 352-586-1813 a(352) 22-446
ACOUSTIC $100 today. 352-621-3678 Call Joanne @ a week. Country Lifestyle
352-601-6625 -4$525mo. 628-5990 1Pdao rk.
352-601-6625 Utlit 352-795-1288 or -FLORAL CITY OUR SPECIALTY _________"NEWLUNA GYPSY Dreama @ LAKEFRONT 1 Bedrm. Parsley Real Estate SINCE 1989"
SPALTED MAPLE 813-244-7324. AC, Clean, No Pets Deb Thompson
GRAND CONCERT 4x8(352) 344-1025 352-634-2656
AC US I $100deb)34h1025cHom e
ACOUSTIC $100 4x8 Utility Trailer Chihuahua's HUGE!! 4/3 HOMOSASSA dcOTOW 55 + Vila4
352-601-6625 all steel, all lights works and 2-Bd 2 B la 4/2
ACOUSTIC GUITAR has sides, good tires 1 Cream Color Male $87,489 Land & Home IBR, appl's & util. IncI'd. Gar.HOA. Lw In Floral City
Crafter model D18 & spare $350. 12 wks old 2.7 lbs. READY TO MOVE IN! $600. month + sec., GarHOA. Low 50's Has Family Room
$100 352419.D- (678) 617-5560 $275. Owner Financed w/10k 352-628-6537 or3Rent?3Owner Glamour Bath Fenced
4464 (678) 6750 1 Tan Male, very sm. to 20k down! MUST INVERNESS PUBLISHER'S (352)873-1297 backyard $89,995.
ELECTRIC GUITAR Utility Dump Trailer 3.25 lbs. 1 yr. old $225. SEE (352) 795-1272 Sm place, S. Inverness, SELLER FINANCING
FirstAct $35 good condition 1 Black & brindled tan SiAll real estate Cal35
352-419-4464 registered Female, very sm. MOVE IN NOW for single person. Very aet "LET US FIND Call 352-726-4009
LAPSTEL,$30. boNie Hmeon /2AC pr. Utl. incl. Pr prkg, advertising in this
LAP STEEL, $350. obo 4.91 lbs. 1 yr. old $275. Nice Home on 'A AC pyUt/m. C prkg newspaper is subject YOU e Beautiful Floral City
STUDENT/TRAVEL 3/4 (352) 860-1106 1 Red, over sized male fenced yard, 1500 sf $500/mo. Call Cell to Fair Housing Act A VIEW TO 3/2 Doublewide
2 yrs old. 3/2 Home in new which makes it illegal LOVE" on 1/4 acre mol
SIEEETRC E-glamour bath nice FECT FOR LEARNING free to good home cond., Drywall with to advertise "any www. 3ao bat nice
$45 352-601-6625 (352) 628-7504 2 x 6 construction. preference, limitation 3/2 eat in kitchen,
New appliances, or discrimination (352) 726-6644 1/4 Acre MOL Floral City off us 41
RGU ATR LCockatoo carpet, paint, decks, based on race, color, Crossland Realty Inc. on River Oak Lane $69,995.
GUITAR, Dobro Lap 7yrs old looking for & ceramic tile floor- INVERNESS religion, sex, hand Inverness SELLER FINANCING
Hawaiian. Sunburst good home, includes ng. Financing avail- 2/1 with Patio in quiet Glamour bath Call 352-726-4009
finish, great sound. large cage. $500 able only $69900. area. $525/mo + $525 cap, familial status or Eat-in Kitchen
rd e$50 alonyae.$2/o+national origin, or an $995
Played few times only, (352) 489-4127 ($450/mo.) WAC: Sec; 352-344-0238 72 ntn ion$
due to health. Deluxe C (52) 621918 727-446-5871 intention, Open SELLER FINANCING
lined case & floor Cute Chihuahua/ Call (352) 621-9183 to make such prefer- CLL 352-726-4009
stand, $300. Pomeranian Mix ence, limitation or Call 352-726-4009
(352) 726-1076 Puppy $60. SAVE, SAE SAVE, discrimination. Fa- INVERNESS 3/2
mLeave Message $3,000-$11,000 on milial status includes OPEN HOUSE 3/2 Doublewide With Family Room
handmad frm (52) 64-999 ourhug lotmodl BENTOOD children under the age Fri. 13th & Sat. 14th on 1/3 mol acre has fireplace, glamour
STMFFDLscsoa32l6430 u e ot ode BRENWOO of 18 living with l0am-5pin glamour bath and bath quiet neighbor
olden days. One of a Only 3 left! Call Town Home, 3/2.5 parents or legal cus- 10409 E. Twila Ct. walk-in closets off ho nHmssa
kind, plays great. Was Taylor Made Homes w/Social Membership todians, pregnant 607-793-3344 Turner Camp Rd8995
featured on TV even- I I111 Call (352) 621-9181 (352) 613-4459 women and people ___________ Inverness, Fl. SELLER FINANCING
ing news & Citrus Call 352-726-4009___Chronicle, $200 firm Tell that special New Homes from THE GLEN securing custody of $64,995.Cal327640
(352) 726-1076 person $40.00 per sq. ft. Spacious Upscale children under 18. SELLER FINANCING 4/3 Triplewide
SX LAP STEEL "Happy Birthday 2/2/1, V Ia, 55+ This newspaper will Call 352-726-4009 on 2-1/2 acres in
W/GIGBAG ",ALMOST with a classified y sceen lanai, plus not knowingly accept green acres in
NE'FE O- ad under Happy -patio, cable, window any advertising for Homosassa beautiful
NE&RE E SEKRPO Noe.teatment incl. $750+ real estate which is in FOR SAI.E BY wooded lot
$100 352-601-6625 Only $28.50 3/2 WATERFRONT, fIs (352) 634-7674 violation of the law.$1995
USED DIGITECH $75.900. hereby informed that SUNDAY JUNE 8 Call 352-726-4009
VOCALPERFORMER Call our Classified LLY10480 s. Mclung Lp.~ all dwellings adver- FROM 12 NOON -3 PM & Have horses or want
WFTWTC& DetfrdtisLLYONRFANNGtised in this newspa- 112E LOFEDthem? 4/3 Triplewide
P/OW C &UPY5 352t 563 5966il Lilly, gorgeous Agent (352) 382-1000 HOMOSASSA per are available on DRIVE -INVERNESS with family room and
352-601-662, 50 325 -96 Terrier/pit bull mix, 2/1 Duplex $525 mo. an equal opportunity 3 bedroom. 2-1/2 bath. fireplace den off mas35 -6 1- 62 1II II 2-6 y.o., w t 50 bs, 1st & S c n ns oke basis. To com plain of D A O D I TH- tr bed room w ould
-gentle lady, sets ex- a Pets-? 352-212-4981 discrimination call ROUGH! Large pool 3/2'/22/23500 sq ft make for great office
-ample of good be- HUD toll-free at h ewih4ar 5,000 sf, under roof on 9 plus acres mol
havior, good 4/2 Doublewide 1 1-800-669-9777. homae! wditi4-a ag ou om ihhrecrl
2 PIEC w/oter dog, gra on Plus Ares, numbTe r for tehe den/office adjacent to updated kitchen west side of US 9
BROILER/ROASTING Private Collector cious & friendly, Fireplace Glamournmefoth living and kichn w/ wood cabinets & Homosassa, Fl.
PAN $15 LIKE NEW wil pay more for your takes treats gently, Bath, large walk-in CRYSTAL RIVER hearing impaired is Fenced in the back. l ..ap',ltsz $229,995.
INVERNESS 419-5981 coins! always grateful. closets all bedrooms Fully Furnished 1-800-927-9275. Needs a loving hand. 4.8 acres, on paved SELLER FINANCING
CUISINART FOOD cal (352) 422-6088 Walks nicely on off US 200 Studio Efficiency Myriam Reulen at road. Adjoining Call 352-726-4009
PROCESSOR $50 WANT TO BUY HOUSE leash, loving & at- in Hernando Fl. w/ equipped kit. All [ Weston Properties 4.8 Acres also avail. r" Sugarmill Woods
MODEL DLC1O-E WITH or MOBILE Any Area, tentive, minds man- $89,995 util., cable, Internet, & LLC, 352-613-2644 $259.900, 726-0321 2900 sq. ft 3bd/2/ ba
4 BLADES E-MAIL Condition or Situation ners. Call Christina SELLER FINANCING cleaning provded. a wwww homesinflori- Call for more Info pool, tile roof, 2 lots,
PHOTO 419-5981 Fred, 352-726-9369 @ 352-464-3908. Call 352-726-4009 $ 352-586-1813 and Appointment $234k (352) 382-8957


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i Q oIk "FREE Hill Side Sub.'245 Red deck 40HP Johnson Title, No Title Bank
**Cheap House** Foreclosure and Sox Path, Hernando. OB runs goodw/ trailer Lien, No Problem 4 door, 89K miles
2/2 Beverly Hills Front on Skyview Golf $3895 (352) 860-1357 Don't Trade it in. We $290.
cash, asking $29,600. Short Sale Lists course, hole #6, Will Pay up to $25K 352-341-0018
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813-335-3794, Call AJ 2005,Equinox LS
813-458-0584 power windows, locks,
TAMIf SdfAmerican Eagle AC, $3,990.
LaWanda Watt 1995 motorhome, 38FT 352-341-0018
Exit Realty Leaders YAMAHA wide body, 300 diesel
352257-2276 Phyllis **2 Waverunners** Originally owned by
NOW IS A GREAT 08 FX- SHO, just serv- Rusty Wallace at CHEVROLET Strickland TIME TO LIST iced, 07 VX Deluxe, Nascar Special paint 2001, Impala
Realtor YOUR HOME both run perfect & w/graphics, looks & $4,495.
When it comes to well maintained! runs like new. New 352-341-0018 1997 Grand Voyager
Real Estate ... THE MARKET CALL LAWANDA S SDesperately $8200. (352) 628-2711 tires & batteries, 255,000 $800
Im there for you IS GOOD FOR A FREE, Dsealyplease call for details. MAZDA 352-678-7049
Thinking of NO OBLIGATION Need Rentals Reduced to $45,000. '04, Miata MXS, 63K mi CHRYSLER
The fishing is area selling? MARKET ANALYSIS! (352) 423-4202, Jim silver w/ black racking 2012 Town & Country
Call me for your new lowis the time Tony Office Open ITASKA strips, 5 spd manual Wheelchair van with 10"
Waterfront Home to get listed. 352-212-1989 Week 09 Navon 24' Sprinter $8,500 obo 795-9952 lowered floor, ramp and
LOOKING Still BUY, SELL** I slide, 21k mi. body r iiii i tie downs Call Tom for
LOOKING Still great values out & TRADE CLEAN paint, diesel genera- more info 352-325-1306
TO SELL ? there. Call for Realtor LISA
foreclosure lists Century 21 352-303-0619 VANDEBOE USED BOATS tor, call for details I GMC
TODAYM REALTY. Real Estate, Inc. NEW LISTINGS Plantation Realty US 19 Crystal River 96 Mountain Aire 1 owner $3,450
352-613-3503-Cell BUYING OR 352-634-0129 **352-563-5510* great cond. clean, 352-341-0018
352-419-6880- Office SELING www.plantation B newer Jasper engine
SELLING BASS BOAT 49,905 mi. Engine& SELL
tri-hull, w/trailer, 6.5 Kw Generator servsml motor, $450. iced 3/14. Ready for YOUR VEHICLE
3/2/2 Sugarmill Woods TOP obo(352) 860-0664 the road! Reduced IN THE Harley
$119.900. $23k, 352-586-8121 DAVIDSON
1 Fig CourtW. PERFORMANCE CAROLINA SKIFF or 318-245-4565 2012 FXDWG Dyn
WERFiNC ING.Real estate 16 ft w/ 25 HP Honda WE BUY RV'S, Wide Glide WindOW NER FINANC INGCo s la tF O A CI YO M n Exr s l ed 6 1 m e ,7
Agent (352) 382-1000 FLORAL CITY OB. Many Extras, TRUCKS, TRAILERS, shield,6,000 miles, 7
a Waterfront. 6 adj. Very Good Condition 5TH WHEELS, CLASSIFIEDS year extended warranty,
tpauelsen@ Lots, 314 acre on chain $ 5500 (352) 382-5816 & MOTOR HOMES 2.5% assumable loan
htalcm of lakes. Huge oaks, CalU.3221695 I*3 SPECIALS **$11,295.00
A good fishing. $110,000 GO DEVIL CaIl* (352)302-6055
OBO. (352)596-2921 18' surface drive I 7 days $26.50 Hellbound
MICHELE Your Citrus County engine & trailer, 14 days $38.50 Chopper, 117ci S&S,
ROSE Residential loaded w/extras & 30 Days $58.50 speed. Very nice.
Sales Specialist! low hours, call for info MAC'S MOBILE RV 3 a 8 miles. $19,900.
Realtor Your "High-Tech (352) 726-8336 REPAIR & MAINT. 1 take trades.
Simply put GRADY WHITE RVTC Certified Tech. Call 352-302-5875
BETI-Y J. I'll work harder 24' Offshore, 352-613-0113, Classified HONDA
Buying or Selling PO NELL custom gill bracket REX AIR representative 1992, Helix Scooter
352-212-5097 250 Evinrude E-tech 1998, 31 ft., queen bd. for details 25k miles, good cond.
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Adam Czaya .......................................................................................... Page 4 Danielle Rosenthal ................................................................................ Page 18
Laura Aguilera ........................................................................................ Page 4 Jeremy Ledger ...................................................................................... Page 18
Austin Brown .......................................................................................... Page 5 Kelley Paul ............................................................................................ Page 19
Tanya W illiams ........................................................................................ Page 6 Brandon Buckingham .......................................................................... Page 20
M elissa Hogan ........................................................................................ Page 6 Joanna Castle ...................................................................................... Page 20
Tobey Phillips .......................................................................................... Page 7 Leslie Bollin .......................................................................................... Page 21
Dawn Fields ............................................................................................ Page 8 Amy Meek ............................................................................................ Page 22
John Hodgkins 11 .................................................................................... Page 8 Keith Pullias .......................................................................................... Page 22
Amy Lou Kingery .................................................................................... Page 9 Kerry Parsons ...................................................................................... Page 23
Trista Stokes ........................................................................................ Page 10 Eric W illiams ........................................................................................ Page 24
Adam Thom as ...................................................................................... Page 10 Jessica Czaya ...................................................................................... Page 24
Shannon Bryant .................................................................................... Page 11 Amy Barbieri ........................................................................................ Page 25
Sara W illiamson .................................................................................... Page 12 Matt Brannen ........................................................................................ Page 26
M ichelle Largo ...................................................................................... Page 12 Megan Fitzpatrick ................................................................................ Page 26
Leon M cClellan .................................................................................... Page 13 Brad Sm ith ............................................................................................ Page 27
Nicholle Fernandez .............................................................................. Page 14 Jonathan Noyes .................................................................................... Page 28
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40 under 40: The next generation Gerry Mulligan
Citrus County has the second oldest average Justin Lamb, the director of operations at Publisher
age in the state of Florida and Florida has the the Crystal Motor Car Company, is the next oldest population in the nation. According to generation of leadership of the organization. Trina Murphy
U.S. Census reports, 17.6 percent of the Joe Meek is a county commissioner and has Director of Operations
Sunshine State's citizens are older than 65. served as chairman of the county commission, andlAdvertising
But that does not mean we only have senior Amy Meek is the executive director of citizens in Citrus County. Citrus County's United Way. [I Cindy Connolly
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businesses and get re-involved in their home Tobey Phillips, the daughter of Citrus F. R T Y Sarah Gatling
towns. County's first county administrator, is now Community Editor
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Adam Cz.,qTYa

Associate Attorney, The Law Office ofKeith R. Taylor, PA.

Q: What was your reaction throughout my days in high school, abroad as often as I can, so if I varsity of Florida in 2007 with a
when you learned you were being college and law school. I hope to wasn't an attorney, I would love to bachelor's degree in history and a
named a 40 under 40 recipient? pass that lesson on to my young be a travel photographer or travel bachelor's degree in
When I learned that I was being daughter. writer. Russian. I attended
named a 40 Under 40 recipient, I Q: What attracted you to this Q: What awards and Stetson University
felt honored to be counted among business/profession? recognition have you received? College of Law where
Citrus County's best young I was attracted to the law I'm currently the vice president of I earned my juris docprofessionals. profession by the idea that a strong the Citrus County Bar Association. torate in 20 11. I've
Q: Where did you learn the argument delivered by an effective, Q: What community service been admitted to praclessons that make you a successful respectful advocate can actually activities and organizations are tice law in Florida
person? defeat someone who is merely loud you involved with? since September 2011.
and aggressive. I am a charter member and on the Q: Tell us about
Q: What's the best thing about board of directors for the Nature your family. I hope to pass that lesson on yourjob? Coast Rotaract Club and vice I'm married to my Ldd
to myyoung daughter" The best thing about my job is the president of the Citrus County Bar wife, Jessica Czaya, Adam
varied cases and advocating on Association. who is also an attorney We have a Czaya
behalf of others. Q: What is your educational 20-month-old daughter, Clara. My
My parents always taught me to Q: If you didn't do this, what background? parents are David and Lori Czaya;
work hard and never settle for the would you do? I graduated from J.W. Mitchell they both work in real estate and
easy path. I kept that in mind I absolutely love to travel and go High School in 2003, from the Uni- live in New Port Richey.

Laura Aguilera

Assistant Principal, Citrus High School

Q: What was your reaction about overcoming obstacles, reflec- Q: If you didn't do this what I am a Citrus High School
when you learned you were being tion, communication and the impor- would you do? graduate, I received a bachelor's denamed a 40 Under 40 recipient? tance of loyalty. Along this journey I It's hard to imagine my life outside gree in business administration at
I was honored to be nominated for depend heavily on my faith, knowing of the educational system. Although American Interconti40 Under 40 and never imagined that all things are possible. I truly love every second with my mental University, I
with so many talented people within Q: What attracted you to this children, I would likely be a have completed educaour community that I would be business/profession? stay-at-home mom. tional coursework
selected. I am humbled by this honor From the time I started elementary Q: What awards and other through Florida Southand thankful for the opportunity to school I knew I had a calling in the recognition have you received? em, I received my
do what I love on a daily basis. field of education. Teachers played Teacher of the Year in 2009, fea- master's degree in eduQ: Where did you learn the an instrumental role in my life and I tured on FLDOE website for CATER cational leadership
lessons that make you a successful wanted to do the same for other Reading Pilot Program and support from the University of
person? students. Being an administrator awards from CHS athletic teams. Phoenix, I have been
At a young age I learned that hard provides me with the opportunity to Q: What community service reading endorsed and I
work is essential for success. I've had work with a variety of stakeholders activities and organizations are have business educa- Laura
numerous mentors throughout my for the benefit of children. you involved with? tion and educational leadership Aguilera
Q: What's the best thing about I am currently involved in the certifications.
yourjob? American Heart Association Red-Out Q: Tell us about your family.
Teachers played an The best thing about my job is the Program, a American Cancer Soci- I am blessed with an extremely
instrumental role in my life students! High school is such a ety Citrus High School team mem- supportive family. I could not accomand I wanted to do the same significant time in a young person's ber, I participate in fundraisers for the plish my goals without this support life. Providing faculty and families Citrus County Education Foundation, system. My three children are life's for other students." with support to scaffold student Alumni game for CASA, Susan G. greatest gifts. Outside of my career,
achievement is an incredible Komen Breast Cancer Awareness they keep me on my toes as they are
responsibility. Watching our students game, the Citrus High School Advi- involved in multiple sports and activschooling and career who have strive for greatness, helping them sory Committee and I am a member ities within their schools and the
helped to guide me. Some of the overcome difficult circumstances and of Cornerstone Baptist Church. community.
most valuable lessons I've learned pushing them to reach their potential Q: What is your educational
come from being a mother; lessons is undeniably rewarding. background?

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Austin Brown

Chi ef Operating Officer,

Seven Rivers Regional Medical Center

Q: What was your reaction well as the physicians and clinical community I serve. Leadership Citrus, Crystal River
when you learned you were and non-clinical hospital associates Q: What's the best thing about Area Council and United Way.
being named a 40 Under 40 who made this recognition possible your job? Q: What is your educational
recipient? through their diligent efforts to Health care is truly a calling, background?
I was humbled after learning provide delightful and quality care The best thing about my job is I am a graduate of
about the recognition that I was to our patients and community. making a worthwhile difference in Laurens District 55 receiving as I would not have had Q: Where did you learn the the person you serve. High School; I atlessons that make you a Q: If you didn't do this what tended Clemson
successful person? would you do? University, where I
*uI saw itas an The teachings from my parents, After working in the field for receive my bachelor
opportunity for me to make and lessons learned throughout life some time now, I can truly say I of science and mara true difference in were key to making me the person would not want to work in another keting degrees. I also
someone's life and within the that I am. field. Health care is a dynamic attended the Medical
community I serve." Q: What attracted you to this field and every day is a new University of South
business/profession? challenge. Carolina, where I re-I
I was attracted to the health care Q: What community service ceived a master's de- Austin
this opportunity if it were not for industry. I saw it as an opportunity activities and organizations are gree in health administration. Brown
the depth of knowledge and experi- for me to make a true difference in you involved with?
ence within the organization, as someone's life and within th I am currently involved in



Title Insurance Agency

Communication, the difference between GOOD and GREAT service

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Regional Manager, Kelley Paul, for being chosen as a "40 under 40"
Professional. Kelley was born and raised in Citrus County and is very
passionate and dedicated to her community. She is just as enthusiastic about
her work for Wollinka- Wikie Title Insurance Agency. Kelley is highly
regarded within the industry and holds the highest licensing designation in
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CLCIEscrow Agent/Business Development
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Tanya Williams

Associate Attorney, Haag, Haag & Friedrich, PA.

Q: What was your reaction Q: Where did you learn the Q: If you didn't do this what I graduated from Lecanto High
when you learned you were lessons that make you a would you do? School in 2004, the University of
being named a 40 Under 40 successful person? I think I chose the right career Florida in 2008, the Florida
recipient? My parents are incredibly suc- for me, but I would love to travel Coastal School of
I was very honored to when I cessful and encouraged me to al- the world if I had the means. Law in 2011 and the
found out that I was receiving this ways do my best. They have Q: What awards and other Florida Bar in
recognition. It is a great feeling to helped mold me into the person recognition have you received? October 2011.
know that my community supports that I am today. I received the Fellow Florida Q: Tell us about
me. I went to middle and high Q: What attracted you to this Bar Leadership Academy in 2014- your family.
school in Citrus County, and now I business/profession? 2015. My mother is
am happy to work here and give Judges and attorneys are intelli- Q: What community service Beena Stanley, M.D.,
gent and hard-working, and I activities and organizations are my father is Stanley
My parents are incredibly wanted to be among this elite you involved with?: Williams, M.D., my
group. I am currently involved in the sister is Tiffany
successful and encouraged Q: What's the best thing about Citrus County Bar Association, the Williams, who is a
ff Tanya
me to always do my best. yourjob? Citrus-Hernando Inn of Court and Lecanto High School graduate of Williams
The best part of my job is that the Community Legal Services of 2014 and a current University of back to the place that welcomed the partners in my law firm are al- Mid-Florida. Florida student.
my family and gave us such a ways willing to explain and teach Q: What is your educational
wonderful life. me. They are very encouraging. background?

Melissa Hogan

Spa Lead manager, Abitare Paris Salon and Day Spa

Q: What was your reaction many individuals that have made would you do? Earth Month. I also help raise
when you learned you were positive contributions to our great If I wasn't in the salon and spa funds in October for breast cancer
being named a 40 Under 40 community. I was privileged to be industry, I'm sure I would have my research and have
recipient? a part of Leadership Citrus 2013 own organic caf6. I would open the served on the CookI was very excited to learn that alongside many of these great indi- first vegetarian restaurant in Citrus ing for a Cause comthe Chronicle was going to recog- viduals. Leadership Citrus taught County. I love preparing amazing mittee. I have also nize the young professionals who me many great lessons. healthy meals that are satisfying raised over $1,400
are making a difference in our Q: What attracted you to this and delicious. for Herry's Kids of
community. Then I was thrilled to business/profession? Q: What awards and other Hospice of Citrus and
find out that I was one of the recip- The salon and spa industry has recognition have you received? the Nature Coast.
ients. I truly feel honored to be rec- given me the opportunity to con- I was thrilled to receive a Q: What is your
ognized as one of the 40 Under 40. nect with so many great men and Chamber Champion for my volun- educational
Q: Where did you learn the women in our community. It has teer efforts for the Citrus County background?
lessons that make you a been such a blessing to have this Chamber of Commerce. I also re- I attended Bronson Melissa
successful person? kind of longevity and success in an ceived recognition for my partici- High School and graduated in Hogan
industry that I am still passionate pation in Leadership Citrus and 1992. 1 also attended Central about every single day. was honored to be voted class Florida Community College,
It has been such a blessing Q: What's the best thing about leader. I have also received recog- Withlacoochee Technical Institute to have this kind of longevity yourjob? nition in the beauty and spa and the School of Decorative Arts
and success in an industry The best thing about my job is industry. in Sarasota.
building friendships with my Q: What community service Q: Tell us about your family.
that I am still passionate about guests and working alongside activities and organizations are My daughter Gabrielle is a 2013 every single day!' coworkers who are all incredibly you involved with? Citrus High School graduate and is
talented professionals. We all learn I am a dedicated volunteer to the now living in Denmark as a Rotary so much from each others success. Citrus County Chamber of Com- Youth Exchange student. She will I feel to be a great leader you Going to work is fun every single merce. I serve on the Gulf Restora- be returning to Citrus County in
must follow the example of other day. tion Network fundraising July.
great leaders. Citrus County has so Q: If you didn't do this what committee which raises funds for

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Tobey Phillips

Public Information Officer,

Citrus County Board of County Commissioners

Q: What was your reaction I feel that a lot of different peo- public is always fascinating, am a Key Training Center volunwhen you learned you were ple contributed to my life lessons. Q: If you didn't do this what teer.
being named a 40 Under 40 My parents, mentors along the way would you do? Q: What is your educational
recipient? like Becky O'Connell, Mark If I wasn't a public information background?
When I heard that I was being Brunner, Carol Mainor just to officer, I think I would be a special I am a graduate of Citrus High
named a 40 Under 40 recipient, I name a few, my support system of events coordinator. School, I earned dual
was shocked! You get up every day friends and family. Q: What awards and other bachelor's degrees at
and just do what you do, why is Q: What attracted you to this recognition have you received? the University of
that special? What a good feeling business/profession? I received the 10 Most Admired Florida and my masto be recognized. I believe that having parents in Woman in community service and ter's degree at the
county government and j ournal- the HOPE award for Central University of South
ism, I appreciate both sides of the Florida region from the American Florida. III believe having parents in fence. My position involves both Cancer Society. Q: Tell us about
county government and fields and I love it! Q: What community service your family.
journalism, I appreciate both Q: What's the best thing about activities and organizations are I am married to my
sides of the fence." your job? you involved with? husband, Casey, and
The best thing about my job is I am involved in we have one son oe
that I work with all departments Altrusa of Citrus County, Citrus Casey Jr., 2. Thillip
Q: Where did you learn the and divisions in our organization County Blessings, Citrus Aid Can- Both of them are the loves of Pilp
lessons that make you a and we have a great staff also talk- cer Foundation, Suncoast Schools my life.
successful person? ing with citizens and the general Credit Union advisory board and


Keiet h Pullias

on being recognized as one of

Citrus County's 40 Under Forty!

Thank you for your commitment to FD~RTY

bringing better banking to Citrus County.


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Dawn Fields John Hodgkins 11

Store Manager, -Assistant Vice President,

Balls Department Store, Inverness Regions Bank, Crystal River

Q: What was your thing about your job? Q: What was your Q: If you didn't do
reaction when you I feel that the best part reaction when you this what would you do?
learned you were being of my job is the people. learned you were being If I wasn't in the banknamed a 40 Under 40 The daily interaction with named a 40 Under 40 ing industry, I would have
recipient? associates and customers. recipient? been a pediatrician or
I was honored and ap- Q: If you didn't do this As a native of Citrus anesthesiologist.
preciative ofthe support what would you do? County I was honored Q: What awards and
and recognition from my If I wasn't a store to be selected in the other recognition have
company leaders and the manager at Bealls Depart- 40 Under 40. 1 take great you received?
community when I learned ment Store, I think I pride in being from Citrus I was the 2013
that I was a 40 Under 40 would still be in retail. It's County and promoting President's Club
recipient. in my blood. our community value. recipient for
Q: Wheredidyou Q: What community Q: Where did you investment
learn the lessons that service activi- learn the lessons that sales with
make you a successful ties and make you a successful Regions Bank.
person? organizations person? Q: What
I have had the privilege areyou My family has taught community
of working with many in- involved with? me the secrets of success: service
fluential leaders and men- I am new to integrity, honesty, and activities and
tors in my retail career and the area and the giving thanks. organizations
feel that all ofthese peo- state of Florid Q: What attracted areyou
ple have had an influence and looking for you to this business/ involved
on the person I have opportunities to profession? with? John
become. join community I have always enjoyed I am Hodgkins 11
organizations Dawn currently the treasurer of
and service clubs. Fields Citrus County Boys &
I have had the Q: What is your Girls Club, a Chamber of
ptivilege of educational back- I have always Commerce Board
working with many ground? enjoyed working Director and a Habitat for
influential leaders and I am a graduate of with numbers and Humanity volunteer.
mentors in my retail Portage Northern High developing long lasting Q: What is
career and I feel that all School, I also attended relationship which is your educational
of these people have Davenport University in why I chose to work in background?
had an influence on the Michigan to receive my the banking industry!' I am a graduate of
associate degree in travel Crystal River High
person I have become." and tourism and School and I received my
bachelor's degree in working with numbers bachelor's degree from
marketing. and developing long- the University of South
Q: What attracted Q: Tell us about your lasting relationships, Florida.
you to this business/ family. which is why I chose to Q: Tell us about your
profession? I am married to Mark work in the banking family.
The gratification of Toombs. All other family industry. I have been married for
building a strong sales members reside in Q: What's the best five years to my wife,
team to service the Michigan, which is where thing about your job? Lindsey. We have two
customer is what attracted I am original from. The best part of my job children, Noah, 3, and
me to the retail business. is working with small Elijah, 10 months.
Q: What's the best business owners that contribute so much to our

CITRUS COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE 40 UNDER 40 Saturday June 14, 2014 G9

Amy Lou King ery

Public Relations Coordinator,

Seven Rivers Regional Medical CenterQ: What was your reaction from strengths my parents instilled cle all man-made materials. ership Citrus Class of 2010.
when you learned you were in me as a child: honesty, integrity, Q: What awards and other Q: What is your educational
being named a 40 Under 40 compassion and responsibility recognition have you received? background?
recipient? Q: What attracted you to this I have received the Florida Pub- I am a graduate of
It's an honor to be recognized by business/profession? lic Relations Association's Public Lecanto High. I then
my peers for the role I play at the I enjoy the public relations Relations Professional of the Year worked toward a
hospital and in our community. profession because it combines (2014); Citrus County Chamber of bachelor's degree at
the skill of managing an organiza- Commerce's Mandy Warren the University of gb
tion with the art of building lasting Richards Rising Star Award South Florida and I
jjThe best part of my job is relationships with people. (2011); and Seven Rivers Regional also have an accrediworin wthamain, afngQ: What's the best thing about Medical Center's Associate of the tation in public
wrorksin who mazing carin your job? Quarter (2 010). relations.
proesionlswh mae heThe best part of my job is Q: What community service Q: Tell us about
health of others their priority" working with amazing, caring activities and organizations are your family.
professionals who make the health you involved with? My father is Steve Amy Lou
of others their priority. I am currently involved in the Kingery. My mother is Bonnie Kingery
Q: Where did you learn the Q: If you didn't do this what Florida Public Relations Associa- Balliet and my stepfather is Scott
lessons that make you a would you do? tion, Citrus County Chamber of Balliet.
successful person? My ultimate goal is to work on Commerce, American Cancer SoMy motivation to succeed comes projects that reduce, reuse or recy- ciety Relay For Life and the LeadThe physicians and staff of Advanced Urology Specialists salute

the leadership and vision of the 2014 40 Under Forty nominees.

Your professionalism and dedication to our community is appreciated.

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Trista Stokes

Advertising Sales Manager,

Citrus County Chronicle

Q: What was your things for businesses and Adam Thom as
reaction when you learned nonprofits alike.
you were being named a 40 Q: If you didn't do this Director
Under 40 recipient? what would you do?
I was very excited and ap- If I wasn't an advertising Citrus County Visitors
preciative when I learned sales manager, I would defi-
that I was being named a 40 nitely do something in mar- & Conventions Bureau
Under 40 recipient. keting and sales. The
Q: Where did you learn personal rewards and rethe lessons that make you a wards that your clients are Q: What was your If I wasn't the director
successful person? able to experience are always reaction when you of the Citrus County
I owe that credit to my par- great. Building long-lasting learned you were being Visitors & Conventions
ents. My mother and father relationships based on trust named a 40 Under 40 Bureau, I would start
always wanted to expose my and helping your clients meet recipient? up my own sports
brothers and I to as much as their goals is the best feeling. When I was contacted organization for youths in
possible to help all three of Q: What community about being named a 40 Citrus County.
us be creative, compassion- service activities and Under 40 recipient, I was Q: What awards
ate thinkers. I have also organizations are you very shocked and and other recognition
learned some great lessons involved with? humbled. have you
from many coworkers and I am currently involved in Q: Where did you received?
mentors at the Chronicle, the Strawberry Festival plan- learn the lessons that I was the
Q: What attracted you to ning committee, make you a successful Atlantic
this business/profession? the Manatee person? League
I was introduced to the Festival planning At an early age my fa- Communit
Chronicle in 1994 when my committee, re- ther instilled hard work, Outreach
aunt suggested that I apply cently elected to dedication, determination Player of the
while going to college. Once the Citrus and a love for my year in both
I started working at the County 4H community. 2011 and 1
Chronicle I was exposed to Foundation, a Q: What attracted 2012. 1 1 I /
so many new things. Each former Citrus you to this business! Q: What Adam
day is a new experience, County Builders profession? community service ac- Thomas
never boring or the same Association Pa- iThe attraction is that tivities and
thing twice. rade of Homes Trista the position is an image in organizations are you
committee member, a former Stokes the community and I want involved with?
CCBA Home and Outdoor I am currently involved
Show committee member in the Economic DevelophhMy mother and and a former Junior Achieve- fment Council, Citrus
fat her always ment board member. At an early age Campus Advisory Coinwanted to expose Q: What is your my father instilled mittee, C.R. Area Council
my brothers and I to as educational background? hard work, and the Calvary Church.
much as possible to help I am a graduate of dedication, Q: What is your
all three of us be Brookwood High School, determination and a educational
creative, compassionate Atlanta, Georgia. I attended love for my background?
thinkers." Central Florida Community community" I attended North Miami
College for two years. Senior High and then conQ: Tell us about your tinued my education at St.
family. to be that image. Petersburg College.
Q: What's the best thing I am married to Richard Q: What's the best Q: Tell us about your
about your job? Stokes and we have two thing about your job? family.
I really like the variation in daughters, Brailey and I get to bring an eco- I have a wife, Carlie
task and challenges. There is Graysen Stokes. nomic impact into the Thomas, and two
always something new to community with no cost children, Tristan and Ava
work on, new ideas to share, to its citizens. Thomas.
We are part of the commu- Q: If you didn't do
nity and do a lot of great this what would you do?

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Shannon Bryant

-Assistant Adminstrator/Business Manager,

Lecanto Surgery Center

Q: What was your reaction when First and foremost, my parents are would you do? background?
you learned you were being named responsible for helping me become If I wasn't a business manager, I IJam a graduate of Crystal River
a 40 Under 40 recipient? successful. After that, lessons learned think I would become an entrepreneur High School, I attended Pascocame from many places; on-the-job as an option, but there are multiple Hernando Community College and I training, schooling, mentors, my opportunities in our community for have received my med~Citrus County is spouse, children, family, siblings one to apply their skills. ical assistant and phlepredominately seniors, and coworkers. Q: What awards and other botomy certification. I
I want to be part of the Q: What attracted you to this recognition have you received? am currently completmeia omnt htcrsbusiness/profession? Aside from the "World's Greatest ing my business degree
medical commuont tuhtncre Citrus County is predominately Wife" cup my husband gave me, the at the College of
fo or omtonou hnoedseniors, I want to be part of the med- 40 Under 40 is my first community Central Florida. A
veterans and the retirees that have ical community that cares for our award I have received. Q: Tell us about
made Citrus County their home." hometown, our honored veterans and Q: What community service your family. 1
the retirees that have made Citrus activities and organizations are you I am married to my County their home, involved with? husband, William
I was pleasantly surprised and Q: What's the best thing about I am currently involved with the Bryant, we have two Shannon
honored to be named a recipient of your job? Memory Enhancement Center of children, a daughter, Peyton Bryant, Bryant
40 Under 40. The best thing about my job is the America, I also participate in walks and a son, Will Bryant, my parents
Q: Where did you learn the people. The high quality of service we for cystic fibrosis and prostate are Carl and Debbie Perry.
lessons that make you a provide to the community we serve. awareness.
successful person? Q: If you didn't do this what Q: What is your educational

Century 21, JW. Morton Real Estate, Inc.

congratulates Quade Feeser for being a

Citrus County "40 of 40" award recipient
01% Quade Feeser was born and raised in Inverness, Florida. He comes from a background in construction with B&F Stucco
Inc., which his father owns. Quade graduated early from Citrus High School, class of 2004. He was eager to get into the work force at age seventeen. In 2009 Quade passed his state exam to be a
Certified Residential Contractor and is now the owner of Feeser Construction Inc. Quade decided to expand his career into general real Estate when new home sales were at an all-time low. He has proven successful as a Broker Associate with Century 21 J.W. Morton Real Estate Inc. and recently received the "New on the Scene Award by the Citrus County Realtors Association. Quade has consistently ranked within the top 5% within the Century 21 system and he 12
personally closed over 5.5 million in sales for 2013. Quade is an active member of the Pleasant Grove Road Church of Christ and resides in Citrus Hills with his wife, Jennifer, and two children Addalyn (three years) and Easton (three months).

219 ~1645W. Main St.,Inverness

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Sara Williamson

Senior Program Director, Citrus County YMCA

Q: What was your reaction Both of my parents have worked the program director, I am able to activities and organizations are
when you learned you were all of my life, and have shown me plan and implement programming you involved with?
being named a 40 Under 40 that nothing in life is handed to as I see a need in the community, I am currently involved in the
recipient? you and in order to get where you and that is one of the main reasons Kings Bay Rotary Club, I am a
When I learned I was being want to be, you have to give it I took this position. Youth Leadership Citrus Board
named one of 40 under 40, 1 was your all. I can still hear my dad Q: What's the best thing Member, and a member of the
extremely thrilled that my work saying, if you're not going to give aboutyourjob? Leadership Citrus Class
within the community as well as it 100 percent, you might as well The best thing about my job, is of2014.
the passion and dedication I have not do it at all. In everything I seeing the result of what one of Q: What is your
for my position with the Y has have ever been involved with, my our programs has done for some- educational
been recognized and appreciated. parents were my biggest support- one's life. Whether it's a senior background?
ers, critics, and motivators. My decreasing their risk for heart dis- I am a graduate of parents have been dedicated to ease by participating in one of our Lecanto High School, As the program director, I teaching and leading me to build- group fitness classes, or a child I received an associate
am able to plan and ing a fulfilling life for myself, and catching their first and possibly degree in elementary
implement programming I without them I wouldn't be where only Major League Baseball game education from the
see a need in the community, and I am today. during summer camp, I get to be a College of Central
that is one of the main reasons Q: What attracted you to this part of so many life changing ex- Florida and a bachelor's Sara
business/profession? periences, it's phenomenal. degree in psychology from St. Williamson
I took this position." What attracted me to the Q: If you didn't do this what Leo University.
YMCA is our mission statement, would you do? Q: Tell us about your family.
and the fact that all of our I would spend my days teaching My parents are Dane and
Q: Where did you learn the programs are implemented to and my nights coaching sports. I Marton Bargiel and I have one
lessons that make you a promote development, healthy have a passion for children, edu- brother, Mike Bargiel.
successful person? lifestyles, and responsibility to the cation and sports so that's where I
I would have to say that I have community. I know it may sound would see myself if I wasn't
learned the lessons that have made cliche, but making the community where I am today.
me successful from my parents. a better place is a goal of mine. As Q: What community service

Michelle Largo

OwnerlHairstylist, M Hair Studio, Crystal River

Q: What was your reaction successful person? being a personal stylist to I am a 2002 graduate of
when you learned you were Life is about growing and learn- celebrities. Carlsbad High in
being named a 40 Under 40 ing. I try to make the most of every Q: What awards and other California, I attended
recipient? opportunity that comes my way. recognition have you received? Withlacoochee Technical
I was a bit stunned to learn Q: What attracted you to this I received an honorable mention Institute in Inverness and
about being named Citrus business/profession? in "Best of the Best" for 2012 and I attend continuing
County's 40 Under 40, but I am As far back as I can remember, 2013 and we are Citrus County's education classes
truly honored and sincerely I had a very clear vision of only bumble and bumble salon. regularly.
grateful for this recognition. becoming a stylist. Q: What community service Q: Tell us about
Q: What's the best thing about activities and organizations are your family. A,
yourjob? you involved with? My husband, Jeff
I try to make the most of My motto, "love what you do, I am currently involved in Largo, and I live in
evety opportunity that do what you love." Every day I get cut-a-thons to raise money for Lecanto with our 1 -yearMichelle
comes my way. to do what I love. cancer awareness and we enjoy old son, Bradley. We are all Citrus Largo
Q: If you didn't do this what doing events to promote local County natives. would you do? businesses.
Q: Where did you learn I can't imagine doing anything Q: What is your educational
the lessons that make you a else. Although, I might enjoy background?

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Leon McClellan

Manager, M & BDairyQ: What was your reaction today. awards, but the awards that stand Stoppers and the Florida Dairy
when you learned you were Q: What attracted you to this out the most are the 2012 South- Farmers board of directors.
being named a 40 Under 40 business/profession? east Farmer of the Year, 2004 Ag Q: What is your educational
recipient? I am a fourth-generation dairy Environmental Leadership award, background?
I was very honored and hum- farmer. This is really all I know the Walt Conners Small Business I have a high school
bled when I learned that I was It just made sense to be in this Award and last year I won the diploma and so much named a 40 Under 40 recipient. profession. Chamber Champion Award, experience because I
Q: What's the best thing Q: What community service have been dairy
about your job? activities and organizations are farming my whole life.
IIMy dad and great The best thing about my job is you involved with? Q: Tell us about
grandfather have been being able to work for my dad and I sit on the following seats: the your family.
big influences in my life." having the freedom to be a part of Chamber of Commerce board of I am married to my community as well, directors, the Citrus County Cat- Jessica and we have
Q: If you didn't do this what tlemen's Association board of di- three children, Alexis, Q: Where did you learn the would you do? rectors, the Citrus Hernando Farm Morgan and Chet. My Leon
lessons that make you a If I wasn't working at M & B Bureau board of directors, the father is Dale and my mother is McClellan
successful person? Dairy, I would have to be in some Young Florida Farmer and Mary.
My dad and great grandfather kind of business management job. Rancher seat. I am the treasurer of
have been big influences in my Q: What awards and other the Agricultural Alliance of Citrus
life. With their support and guid- recognition have you received? County, honorary board of direcance, I have become the man I am We have received numerous tors for the Citrus County Crime

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Executive Director -Joanna Castle and Program Director -Sara Williamson EeuieDrcoCtu
for being selected to the Chronicle's first class "40 under 40.
These two bright and energetic executives are leading the Citrus County
YMCA to new levels.They love theirjobs they love their mission and they love
their community.And the board is proud of all that they have accomplished. r m a lo sa

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Nicholle Fernandez

Event Coordinator,

Citrus Hills Golf & Country Club

Q: What was your reaction lessons that make you a Q: If you didn't do this what I am a Pinnacle School graduate, I
when you learned you were being successful person? would you do? received a certificate in exercise
named a 40 Under 40 My family, educational training With interests in business, event science from Bergen
recipient? and personal and professional management and the sciences, my Community College
I was very surprised, honored and relationships have all helped me be- possibilities are endless as to what I and an associate degree
excited when I found out that come a successful person. could do if I wasn't in the business from the College of
I was being name a 40 Under 40 Q: What attracted you to this that IJam in now. Central Florida.
recipient. business/profession? Q: What community service Q: Tell us about
The ability to be creative and to activities and organizations are you your family. enhance lifestyles through involved with? I am marred to my
IIThe best thing about my job entertainment was what attracted me I am currently a Citrus County husband, Daniel Paul
is the great experiences, fun to this profession. Chamber of Commerce Ambassador Shute. My parents are
and memories I can offer Q: What's the best thing about and a volunteer with the Ellie Schiller Jay and Alice Fernandez
our members."1 your job? Homosassa Springs Wildlife State of Copiague, Nicholle
The best thing about my job is the Park. Long Island, New York. Fernandez
great experiences, fun and memories Q: What is your educational Q: Where did you learn the I can offer our members, background?

Sonya Warden

Manager of Student Affairs,

College of Central Florida Citrus Campus

Q: What was your reaction impacted my ability to succeed in my would you do? Association and the Florida Associawhen you learned you were being career. I also continuously learn les- If I wasn't working at the college, tion of Student Finannamed a 40 Under 40 recipient? sons from my older sister, Sara I would help my husband with his cial Aid
I was very surprised and felt hon- Bland, who has successfully over- home remodeling business and open Administrators (FASored when I learned that I was being come life's challenges and is always my own boutique selling repurposed FAA).
named a 40 Under 40 recipient. there as part of my support system. items. Q:What is your
Q: Where did you learn the Q: What attracted you to this Q: What awards and other educational
lessons that make you a successful business/profession? recognition have you received? background?
person? At first I was attracted to the work During the last year at CF I re- I graduated from
hours and having weekends off. Now ceived recognition such as the Citrus High School in
I am attracted to the atmosphere, "Whale Done Award" and "Wow" 2003, earned my as~~Mnyfmcowrkrspeople I work with, and the gratifica- cards from many coworkers. I was sociate degree in
Mayoffe advicoweraase tion of seeing other individuals suc- recently reclassified from financial business administrametrd e"ceed in accomplishing their goal of aid senior specialist to manager of tion in 2007 and bachelor's degree in Warden
metoe achieving higher education, student affairs, Citrus campus. business administration in 20 10. I
Q: What's the best thing about Q: What community service completed the leadership
your job? activities and organizations are development program at CF in 2011.
I started working at CF only two The best thing about my job is the you involved with? I am currently working on my
years after graduating from high ability to help someone in the com- I am an adviser for club REACH master's in higher education
school; being young and receptive I munity achieve their educational at CF; this year we participated in a leadership at Capella University.
learned a lot from my coworkers, goal, while working directly and in- donation drive collecting food for Q: Tell us about your family.
Many of my coworkers offered ad- directly with a diverse group of indi- Citrus County Blessings, personal I married my high school
vice and a few mentored me. One viduals who all have their own hygiene items for human trafficking sweetheart, Eddie Warden, and
colleague, Lyn Powell, once said to unique personalities and each victims and raising money for United we have a son, Tyler, 2.
me as I was seeking her assistance, contribute different strengths to Way, as well as Relay For Life. I am "if you have a problem only come to the team, also a member of the Association of
me with a solution in mind." This has Q: If you didn't do this what Florida Colleges (AFC), CF Alumni

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Joe Meek "We Cater

-County Commissioner,

Citrus County

Board of County Commissioners to Cowards!"

Q: What was your commissioner, I would be
reaction when you learned a home builder, real estate Experience The Difference
you were being named a developer or other business
40 Under 40 recipient? person.
I was very grateful and Q: What awards and .C K ~ ~ lE~ fK A
appreciative when I learned other recognition have youHO E T*P F S I NA
that I was a recipient of received?CO P S I N T
40 Under 40. 1 consider it I have received variousCO P S I N T
an absolute honor and awards from orprivilege to be able to work ganizations
for the citizens of throughout Cit- o de rv a
Citrus County. rus County.
Q: Where did you learn Florida Trend
the lessons that make you Person to Watch b a tfl e lh m l
a successful person? was one that I
My mother and father was extremely
made me into the person proud ofwih u hg -pes r
that I am today. They in- Q: What
stilled in me a work ethic community sae tcs .
and the importance of service Joe
respecting others, activities and Meek
Q: What attracted organizations
you to this business! are you involved with? 7DS Z.)I
profession? I am currently involved inOfW
The ability to have a posi- Citrus Economic Develop- -BES FR ES CO DA
tive impact on the commu- ment Council, Workforce
nity that I was born and Board, Value Adjustment O I I N
raised in was what attracted Board, Transportation
me to become a county Planning Organization,
commissioner. Tampa Bay Partnership,
YMCA, Big Brothers Big
Sisters and Little League. L e grIe ts r
The ability to have a Q: What is yourJe myA LedrDMDPA
positive impact on edctoalbcgoud
the community that I graduated from Crystal
River High School in 1998,
I was born and raised in I then received my L u~ er ~ e
was what att ra cted me bachelor's degree in Led ge d e t s rv. c o m
to becomea county business management at the
commissioner" University of South Florida
in 2002. 3 ,0 S u c a tBv .
Q: Tell us about your 3 4 .S n o s ld
family.FL 4 8
Q: What's the best thing I am married to Amy and H m s sa
about your job? we have two children,
The best thing about my Joe, 6, and Jackson, 4.
uals to improve the commu- ( 5 ) 6 8 3 4
nity I love.
Q: If you didn't do this IsrneAcpe
what would you do?
If I wasn't a county License #DN 17606

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Justin Lamb

-Director o Operations,

Crystal Motor Car Company

Q: What was your reaction My parents, Jewel and Steve an attorney, so that would have degree in business
when you learned you were Lamb, have had a big influence been my next career of choice. management, with
being named a 40 Under 40 on me, helping mold me into the Q: What awards and other minors in finance,
recipient? person I am today. recognition have you received? accounting and business
I thought that the 40 Under 40 Q: What attracted you to I have received numerous law, from Northwood
was a neat idea and it might help this business/profession? awards from GM and Chrysler. University.
others who want to get involved The ability to meet new Q: What community service Q: Tell us about
in the community. people and make a difference in activities and organizations your family.
the community in which I live is are you involved with? I am married to
what attracted me the industry I am involved with YMCA, Amanda and I have two
The best thing about my that I am in today. United Way and Save Crystal sons, Levitt and Tripp
job is being able to have Q: What's the best thing River. Lamb. My mother and
the ability to help others aboutyourjob? Q: What is your educational father are Jewel and
in need." The best thing about my job is background? Steve Lamb.
being able to have the ability to I am a graduate of Crystal Justin
help others in need. River High School, I received an Lamb
Q: Wheredidyoulearn the Q: If you didn't do this what associate degree from Central
lessons that make you a would you do? Florida Community College.
successful person? At a young age I wanted to be I also received a bachelor's

Katie Mehl

Public Relations Manager,

Citrus Memorial Health System

Q: What was your reaction I'm thankful for family, tions, always. of Central Florida, where I
when you learned you were friends, educators and Q: What awards and other received a bachelor's
being named a 40 Under 40 coworkers, who have all aided in recognition have you received? degree in liberal studies and
recipient? my success. I have received the Joe Curley master's degree in
I was stunned to have been Q: What attracted you to Rising Leader award in 2012 communication, APR.
chosen as a recipient of 40 this business/profession? and 2013. 1 have also received Q: Tell us about
Under 40. What a great surprise! Some ofmy favorite profes- the American Cancer Society your family.
sors at the University of Central HOPE Award and Leadership My father is Walt Florida sparked my interest in Citrus Myers. My mother is
Some of my favorite public relations early on. Now, Q: What community service Kelley Rowland. My
professors at the I'm hooked. activities and organizations are siblings are Shawn and
University of Central Q: What's the best thing you involved with? Haleigh Rowland. My
Florida sparked my interest aboutyourjob? I am currently involved in the dogs are Shelby and
I think the best thing about my American Cancer Society, Chloe. in public relations eady on. job is that every day is different. Florida Public Relations AssociNow, I'm hooked." And, there's always something ation and the Citrus County Katie
new to learn. Chamber of Commerce. Mehl
Q: If you didn't do this what Q: What is your educational Q: Where did you learn the would you do? background?
lessons that make you a I wouldn't do anything else, I I am a graduate of Citrus High
successful person? would always be in public rela- School. I attended the University

CITRUS COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE 40 UNDER 40 Saturday, June 14, 2014 G17

Melissa Olbek nveain


Sheldon-Palmes Insurance

Q. What was your would give me weekends 4Melissa
reaction when you learned off and paid good money.
you were being named a Insurance seemed like a
40 Under 40 recipient? great career. I landed a
Wow! I am in awe! I feel home with Sheldon-Palmes e
very honored to be named a Insurance because the amaz-k
40 Under 40 recipient. I ing owners, Chase and
love helping our commu- Roger, had confidence in For being a leader of your
nity, organizations and peo- my work ethic and my abiliple, but never do any of it ties to help them grow theirco m n t a d p rt fou te!
for the recognition, so to business. It was an opportuknow that I am being nity I could not refuse.
awarded this has touched Q. What's the best thing
my heart, about your job?
Q. Where did you learn I would have to say that
the lessons that make you the best thing about my job
a successful person? is that I know we will be Iii
I would have to say my helping clients III~iI
parents were the ones that put their lives influenced me the most. As back together, a young kid, it was instilled financially, in
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Danielle Rosenthal


Sunflower Springs Assisted Living

Q: What was your reaction successful person? would you do? Q: What is your educational
when you learned you were I had a great group of ladies Before I was a receptionist, background?
being named a 40 Under 40 along with my mom that taught I was a sub for the Citrus County I attended
recipient? me how to be successful. I School District. Withlacoochee
I was very excited and honored learned a lot from them. Q: What awards and other Technical Institute for
to be nominated as a 40 Under 40 Q: What attracted you to this recognition have you received? my formal education.
recipient. business/profession? This year, I won the Employee Q: Tell us about
The desire to meet and help of the Month for two months in a your family. The desire to meet and people was what attracted me to row. I have been married
help people was what the position I hold at Sunflower Q: What community service for 14 years to my
attracted me to the Springs Assisted Living. activities and organizations are husband, AJ. We have
position I hold at Sunflower Q: What's the best thing you involved with? two great kids, Evan is
aboutyourjob? I am currently involved in 11 and Kaitlyn is 8.
Springs Assisted Living." The best thing about my job is Cayla's Coats. Also, through Danielle
meeting all ofthe new people and work we have sponsored Boys & Rosenthal
Q: Wheredidyoulearn the hearing their life stories. Girls Clubs, along with Jessie's
lessons that make you a Q: If you didn't do this what Place.

Jeremy Ledger


Ledger Dentistry

Q: What was your reaction My parents taught me to do have to be painful to take care Q: What is your educational
when you learned you were things the right way or don't do ofyour teeth. background?
being named a 40 Under 40 them at all. I feel that they Q: If you didn't do this I graduated from Hudson
recipient? helped me become successful what would you do? High School, then
It was a great surprise when I in life. If I didn't own Ledger attended the
found out that I was a recipient Q: What attracted you to Dentistry, I would try to be a University of South
of 40 Under 40. 1 didn't expect this business/profession? business owner of some sort. Florida, and finished up
it. Dentistry allows you to own Q: What awards and other at Nova Southeastern
your own business, help the recognition have you University in dental
community and have a family received? school. s
Dentistry allows you to life. Which is why I chose I have received the Citrus Q: Tell us about
own your own business, dentistry as my career. County Best of the Best award. your family.
help the community and Q: What's the best thing Q: What community service I am married to
have a family life." aboutyourjob? activities and organizations Nicole and
I'm the boss. I enjoy seeing are you involved with? I have two sons, Leyton Jeremy
the smile on my patients' faces We help people in need in our and Ashton. Ledger
Q: Wheredidyoulearn when we are done. So many office all year long. Giving back
the lessons that make you a people think dentistry has to to the community is an imporsuccessful person? hurt. I show them that it doesn't tant part of our practice.

Cimus COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE 40 UNDER 40 Saturday, June 14, 2014 G19

Kielley Paul i iI

Regional Manager, A

Wollinka Wikie Title Insurance Agency

Q: What was your I believe that I was At M Hair
reaction when you learned recruited to the title industry Studio- our
you were being named a 40 for the great customer skills -mission is to
Under 40 recipient? in the food industry. One day be at the
When I learned that I had Scott Lyons offered me a po- frfoto
been chosen for one of the sition and once I became in40, I was shocked! I defi- volved in title insurance, it our industry,
nitely felt honored and very was something that kept my -offering the
touched that I was fondly interest as each file can bring .highest quality
thought of and perceived as a a new experience. Just when -of services in
successful upcoming profes- you thinkyou know some- a relaxed ** *
sional deserving of this thing, you learn something and fun ..:~
recognition. else. 0 Catmosphere. **
Q: Where did you learn Q: What's the
the lessons that make you a best thing about With a***...
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are from my closest friends dealing with peo- produc
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Bonnie Hardiman, definitely come a part of excellence,
has incalculable influence on them reaching and
me. She is a great example to their dreams,. cutting edge
emulate. I have always been Q: If you technology,
fortunate in having employ- didn't do this Kelley orsafi
ers and coworkers that teach what would you do? Paul equipped to
me both by example and in- If I didn't issue title insur- se u
struction. Other lessons I ance, I cant think of anything se u
have gained through experi- I would rather do. harmony
ence, some are harder to Q: What community between our
learn than others but each service activities and creative
one brings a broader outlook organizations are you process and
on life and people. It's true, involved with? t he type of -you do gain wisdom with I am currently the co-chair person we
time and you don't always of the Citrus County g-.fnbeoeu. 4.i[IJiiLiI
Chamber of Commerce fin-----eus
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hoefnrey anfery educational background? s g
hooe n eyI am a Crystal River Hightouched that I was School graduate, I received
fondly thought of and my associate degree from the S h d l R Ec n utto e ev
perceived as a successful College of Central Florida,
upcoming professional I am a CLC Certified Land20 ofy uristv i.
deserving of this Closer State of Florida and
recognition." a licensed title agent.
Q: Tell us about your
family? --j
know where that path will I have two awesome
lead you, sometimes it's a children, Christian Paul, 16,
leap of faith. and Jesse Paul, 7. I
Q: What attracted you to *
this business/profession?

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Buckingham Joanna Castle

Owner, Advanced Septic; Executive Director,

Owner, Sodium Fishing Gear; YMCA of the Suncoast,

DriverlEngineer, Citrus County Branch

Citrus County Fire Department Q: What was your Q: If you didn't do
reaction when you this what would you do?
Q: What was your that is why I love what learned you were being If I wasn't with the
reaction when you I do. named a 40 Under 40 YMCA, I would still
learned you were being Q: If you didn't do recipient? work for a nonprofit. It
named a 40 Under 40 this what would you do? I was very honored to would be very difficult to
recipient? I have three occupa- be named among other leave this type of
I was very excited tions, so any of them leaders in our community profession now.
when I found out that would be acceptable for the 40 Under 40 Q: What community
I was a recipient of the employment. award. service
40 Under 40. Q: What community Q: Where did you activities and
Q: Where did you service activi- learn the lessons that organizations
learn the lessons that ties and make you a successful areyou
make you a successful organizations person? involved
person? areyou I learned a lot about with?
My family has been work ethic and striving to I am curinvolved with? achieve the goals that I gently the seevery instrumental in I am currently
molding me into the involved with set from my father. rotary of the
successful person that I the Citrus Q: What attracted Citrus County
have become. County Fire you to this business/ Education
Q: What attracted Department, the profession? Foundation, I Joanna
you to this business/ Citrus County The ability to have a am the vice president of Castle
career where you are truly the Nature Coast Volunprofession? Sheriff's Office, Brandon making an impact in peo- teer Center, and I am also
My family has been in the Key Training Center, Buckingham ple's lives is what a member of the Inverthese businesses for years, One Rake at a Time and ness Rotary.
I would say that is why Habitat for Humanity.
I was attracted to these Q: What is your edu- Q: What is your
professions. cational background? educational
I graduated high school At an earlyage background?
and then attended fire col- my father instilled I am a Crystal River
lege, received my emer- hard work, dedi- High School graduate. I
My family has gency medical technician cation, determination also received a bachelor's
been in these (EMT) training and also a and a love for my degree from the
ityff University of Florida.
businesses for contractor's license. common Q: Tell us about your
years, I would say that Q: Tell us about your family.
is why I was attracted family. I am married to Dennis
to these professions." My family consists of attracted me to this Castle. I have twin
my new baby, Madeline profession. children, Regan and Riley
Marie Buckingham, Zoe Q: What's the best Castle. My parents are
Buckingham, Harold and thing about your job? Frank and Candy Fusick
Julie Buckingham, and The best thing about and my in-laws are
Q: What's the best Denis and Sylvia Grillo. my job is having the op- Dennis and Pam Castle.
thing about your job? portunity to help people
I love interacting with achieve a better quality of
so many different people, life in our community.

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Leslie Bollin

-Special Events Coordinator

City of Crystal River

Q: What was your reaction The lessons that I have learned events, ate degree from Florida State Uniwhen you learned you were throughout my life have mainly Q: What awards and other versity and a bachelor's degree in
being named a 40 Under 40 been from my parents. My father, recognition have you received? event management from the
recipient? Michael Brown, taught me to I have received a lot of public University of Florida. I also have
My reaction to finding out that never make excuses in life, recognition but no awards, other an Assoc. of Cert.
I was being named a 40 Under 40 Q: What attracted you to this than the 40 Under 40, since taking Prof. Wedding Coorrecipient was pleasantly surprised business/profession? this position. dinators.
and honored, but grateful the paper I was attracted to my position Q: What community service Q: Tell us about
is taking notice of the younger with the city because planning activities and organizations are your family.
professionals in the area, events is my passion and Crystal you involved with? I am married to my
River is very special to me. I am currently a volunteer with husband, Nicholos,a
isQ: What's the best thing about the Parent Teacher Association at physical
hhMy father, Michael Brown, your job? my daughter's school, I am on the therapist with Citrus
taught me to never make The best thing about my job is Crystal River Action Committee Memorial Health
excuses in life." the creative freedom it allows me. and I am a member of the System and a
Q: If you didn't do this what Children's Council. supervisor of Gulf Leslie
would you do? Q: What is your educational Coast Aquatic and Rehab in Baumi
Q: Where did you learn the If I didn't have my job at the background? Inverness. We have two daughters,
lessons that make you a city, I would be a wedding planner, I am a graduate of Crystal River Bella, 6, and Alivia, 3.
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Keith Pullias

Amy Meek Business Development

PresidentICE0, Executive,

United Way of Citrus County Insight Credit Union

Q: What was your United Way of Citrus Q: What was your The best thing about
reaction when you County, I would probably reaction when you my job is the diversity in
learned you were being work in some other learned you were being my daily work routine.
named a 40 Under 40 nonprofit capacity. named a 40 Under 40 Q: If you didn't do
recipient? Q: What awards and recipient? this what would you do?
I felt very honored to other recognition have I was excited and If I wasn't a business
be named a recipient of you received? honored when I learned development executive, 1
40 Under 40. There are a An award that I re- that I was named a 40 am sure I would be doing
lot of great young leaders ceived is the Under 40 recipient. business development in
in Citrus County and it re- Coastal Healthy Q: Where did you another capacity.
ally means a lot to me to Living Maga- learn the lessons that Q: What
be recognized. zine's Most make you a successful community
Q: Where did you Inspirational person? service
learn the lessons that Person of 2013 Through my experi- activities and
make you a successful Q: What ences working at the organizations
person? community Citrus County Chamber areyou
I feel that I have service of Commerce and Insight involved
become successful activities and Credit Union, I've gained with?
through faith in God organizations the knowledge needed to I am curand the support and areyou Amy pursue my career in the gently inlove of my family. involved with? Meek business field. volved with
Q: What attracted you I am currently involved Q: What attracted Seven Rivers Keith
to this business/ in the Rotary Club of you to this business/ Christian School, United Pullias
profession? Crystal River and I am profession? Way, Citrus County
I love Citrus County. vice chair of the There are many oppor- Chamber of Commerce
I want every person and Community Alliance. tunities in this business. I and the Citrus County
family to feel valued and Q: What is am excited to help our Boys & Girls Clubs.
supported to succeed. your educational business grow, and pro- Q: What is your
background? vide "outside the box" educational
I am a Crystal River business leads. background?
There are a lot High School graduate and I have a bachelor's
of great young I received my bachelor's degree in criminal justice
leaders in Citrus degree in business Through my and I am currently
County and it really administration from the experience pursuing my master's
University of South degree in business.
means a lot to me to Florida. working at the Q: Tell us about your
be recognized." Q: Tell us about your Citrus County Chamber family.
family. of Commerce and I am married to my
I have a husband, Joe Insight Credit Union, I've wife, Courtney, and we
Meek and two sons, Joe gained the knowledge have one daughter, Lilly
Q: What's the best and Jackson. needed to pursue my Pullias.
thing about your job? career in the business
I love helping people field."
reach their full potential.
Q: If you didn't do
this what would you do? Q: What's the best
If I wasn't working at thing about your job?

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Kierry Parsons

County Attorn ey,

Citrus County Attorney's Office
Q: What was your reaction Q: What attracted you to this bly, political consulting! torate at the Florida Coastal School
when you learned you were business/profession? fundraising which I did for a while of Law.
being named a 40 Under 40 1 always had a desire to work in in college. Q: Tell us about your family.
recipient? a governing entity and serve the Q: What awards and other I have a lot of fainI was surprised, honored and community. I found through recognition have you received? ily, my mother, faelated when I found out that I was experience that the legal Throughout my academic career, ther, brother and a
being named a 40 Under 40 profession was the best way for I received numerous awards and few grandparents are
recipient. me to achieve that goal. recognitions, but this is the first for local. I have another
Q: Where did you learn the Q: What's the best thing about the position I am currently in. brother, who is very
lessons that make you a your job? Q: What community service successful, he is Iosuccessful person? The best thing about my job is activities and organizations are cated in New Hampwhen I see positive outcomes from you involved with? shire, and two sisters
the work I am doing; whether it is I am involved in serving at my in Massachusetts, Always had a desire to work making someone's day a little eas- church, and I attend fundraisers for along with more parin a governing entity and ier or growth and development in various organizations that give to ents, grandparents, Kerry
serve the community' the community. our community. aunts, uncles and cousins. Again, I Parsons
Q: If you didn't do this what Q: What is your educational have a large family, all of whom
would you do? background? are so important in my life.
My family, friends, educational What I do for a profession, is I graduated from Ayer High
institutes, the workplace and what I have always desired to do, School, then I received my
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Jessica Czaya

Eric Williams Associate Attorney,

Assistant City Manager, The Law Office of

City ofInverness Keith R. Taylor, PA.

Q: What was your this what would you Q: What was your reaction Q: What awards and
reaction when you do? when you learned you were being recognition have you received?
learned you were If I wasn't able to be named a 40 under 40 recipient? I'm the secretary for the Citrus
being named a 40 assistant city manager, I'm not sure who nominated me, County Bar Association.
Under 40 recipient? I would be somewhere but I appreciate the vote of Q: What community service
I was humbled and in the woods of the confidence! activities and organizations are
surprised that I had Southeastern United Q: Where did you learn the you involved with?
been selected as a States working as a lessons that make you a successful I am the president ofthe Nature
recipient of 40 Under forester. person? Coast Rotaract Club, which is a
40. Q: What My parents raised me to be hard- service organization that brings toQ: Wheredidyou awards working and determined, and to al- gether young people for humanitarlearn the lessons that and other ways believe in myself. I think that ian service, networking, building
make you a recognition has served as an unbeatable founda- goodwill and promoting peace
successful person? haveyou tion of succeeding in my adult life. I around the world. I'm very proud of
My parents, grand- received? think it also helps to know yourself, our service projects,
parents, and life in I received and what success means to you so which are designed to
general has molded me the Paul you can put your energy into things improve the quality of
into the person that I Harris that will make you happy and make life at home and
have become today. Fellow your world a better place. abroad as we strive to
Q: What attracted recognition Q: What attracted you to this address some ofthe
you to this business/ through Eric business/profession? world's most critical
profession? Rotary International. Williams I think what really attracted me to issues, like childhood
My passion for Q: What the law profession is the fact that I malnutrition, hunger,
working with people community service know some pretty big words and access to clean water,
and the community is activities and I'm good at winning arguments, so the environment and
what attracted me to organizations are you this seemed like a natural fit. illiteracy.
become an assistant involved with? Q: What the best thing about Q: What is your Jessica
city manager. I am currently in- yourjob? educational background? Czaya
Q: What's the best volved with the Rotary The best part of my job is that I graduated from Crystal River
thing about your Club of Inverness. every day is new, so it's always in- High School in 2006. 1 graduated
job? Q: What is your teresting and it's always a challenge. cum laude from the University of
The best part of my educational Florida in 2009 with my bachelor's
job is being part of a background? degree in English and a minor in eddynamic community I graduated with
that still has a small Through my experience auction. Afterwards, I attended
honors at Murphy working at the Citrus County Stetson University College of Law,
town America feel. High School in where I earned my juris doctorate in
Mobile, Alabama. I Chamber of Commerce and 2012. 1 took the Florida Bar exam in
then attended Insight Credit Union, I've gained the the summer of 2012 and was admitMississippi State knowledge needed to pursue my ted to practice law in the state of
My passion University to receive career in the business field." Florida in September 2012.
for working my master's and Q: Tell us about your family.
with people bachelor's degrees. I have been married to my husand the community Q. Tell us about Q: If you didn't do this, what band, Adam Czaya, for nearly five
is what attracted your family. would you do? years. We have a wonderful daughme to become an I am married to If I wasn't an attorney, I'd like to ter, Clara, who will be 2 in the fall.
assistant city Jessica and I have one work with an organization that fo- Then, of course, there are my parmanager" son, Kent. cuses on bringing access to clean ents, Keith and Julie Taylor, and my
drinking water or other sustainable sisters, Ariel, Amanda, Abigail and resources to people in developing Erica Taylor, who are all
nations. Or I would restore old awesome.
homes or both.
Q: If you didn't do

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Amy Barbieri

-Financial Adviser, Raymond James

Q: What was your reaction Q: Where did you learn the attracted to the Raymond James community, and I was exposed to
when you learned you were lessons that make you a culture and values, and to the im- other fields and companies during
being named a 40 Under 40 successful person? portance and breadth of good fi- undergrad and grad
recipient? My life lessons came from my nancial planning overall, school. However,
Honored, and happy to see parents, my biggest cheerleaders as Q: What's the best thing it's hard to imagine
recognition of my peers. There are a child and still today. Having met about your job? not working for
so many in Citrus Countians, of all my husband, Stephen, in middle The best thing about my job is Raymond James in
ages, giving back and working school, we grew up together and helping clients reach their financial some capacity.
hard. I'm proud of our community I've learned so much from him, goals. It is rewarding to give Q: What awards
and excited for its future. And with too. I just hope to set a good ex- clients peace of mind, education, and other
ample for my kids, as my parents more time for what's important to recognition have did for me, as Stephen does now, them. We get to be there for the you received?
Became part of the that hope drives me to do more, do major milestones in their lives and I've received interbetter for the moments in between. I feel nal awards at workAm
Raymond James family at Q: What attracted you to this privileged to be trusted with their for customer service and new Barber
age 10 when my father business/profession? financial well-being and for the advisers, and along with my local
joined the firmf." I became part of the Raymond opportunity to learn from the best, Raymond James team, a number of
James family at age 10 when my my dad, awards for community service.
father joined the firm. I started tag- Q: If you didn't do this what Though the "best mommy" praise all of our amazing graduating sen- ging along to classes for advisors, would you do? from our sweet son and daughter is
iors, I'm looking forward to seeing interned for the Orlando branch, I have so much respect and ap- my most prized recognition.
the good work of future 40s under and later worked as an analyst at preciation for the educators and
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Matt Brannen

President, Brannen Bank

Q: What was your reaction successful person? If I wasn't the president of background?
when you learned you were I feel that my parents instilled Brannen Bank, I think I would I am a graduate of Citrus High
being named a 40 Under 40 in me the lessons that made me just hunt and fish. I was born School, I earned my bachelor's
recipient? the successful person I am today. into a banking family, I guess degree from Florida State
I was very honored to learn Q: What attracted you to you could say it's just in my University.
that I was being named a this business/profession? blood. Q: Tell us about your
40 Under 40 recipient. I grew up in a banking family. Q: What community service family.
I wanted to be a banker for as activities and organizations I am married to my
long as I can remember. are you involved with? wife, Missy, and we have
I wanted to be a Q: What's the best thing I am the past treasurer and ad- three children, Houston,
banker for as long as aboutyourjob? visory board member of the Weston, and Addison.
I can remember" The best thing about my job is Salvation Army, an Inverness
being able to help people and Little League board member and our community. an Inverness Little League
Q: Where did you learn the Q: If you didn't do this what coach. Matt
lessons that make you a would you do? Q: What is your educational Brannen

Megan Fitzpatrick


Fitzpatrick & Fitzpatrick PA

Q: What was your reaction and professionally every day loved one has passed away. The best counsel in 2014 and on the Richard
when you learned you were being through example. Additionally, my part of my job is being able to help "Spike" Fitzpatrick Memorial Founnamed a 40 Under 40 recipient? brother Shawn Fitzpatrick took me families navigate through these diffi- dation from 2007 to the present
I was very pleased to fitid out that under his wing when I started prac- cult times in their life with as much time.
I was being honored by the ticking law and helped me navigate ease as possible. Q: What is your
Chronicle, and was proud that I am the first few years. Professionally, Q: If you didn't do this what educational backhonoring my grandfather, father, and Judge Patricia Thomas and Jack and would you do? ground?
brother by continuing Fitzpatrick Patricia Moring of Moring & Mor- If I wasn't an attorney I'd probably I graduated from Cittradition of law in Citrus County. ing, P.A. in Crystal River have been be a stay at home mom or a teacher. rus High School in 200 1,
Q: Where did you learn the wonderful mentors throughout my Q: What awards and other I received my bachelor's
lessons that make you a successful career. recognition have you received? degree in business adperson? Q: What attracted you to this I graduated Barry University ministration with marketbusiness/profession? School of Law summa curn laude, I ing major at Villanova,
My family has been in the legal am also a member of the Florida Bar University in PennsylvaMy family has been in the profession in Citrus County for over Leadership Academy Inaugural nia and I attended Barry Megan
legal profession in Citrus 60 years, which made law a pretty Class 2013-2014. University School of Law in Or- Fitzpatrick
easy choice for me. Watching my Q: What community service lando, where I received my doctor
County for over 60 years, father as I was growing up is what activities and organizations are of jurisprudence.
which made law a pretty easy really made the law appeal to me, you involved with? Q: Tell us about your family.
choice for me." because I was able to see how he I was the executive chair of the My mother is Nancy Fitzpatrick,
could make a difference in so many American Cancer Society Relay for my brother is Brian Fitzpatrick, my people's lives on a daily basis. Life, Lecanto 'n 2011 and 2012, the sister is Molly Fitzpatrick, my husI learned the lessons that make me Q: What's the best thing about Citrus County Bar Association vice band is Mack DeBruyn and we are
a successful person from my mother yourjob? president 2011-2012, the Citrus expecting our first daughter in July:
and father. I grew up with the best I practice mainly in the family law County Bar Association president in Hattie DeBruyn.
parents and rolel models a child and probate areas of law, which 2012-2013, the board of directors
could ask for and they taught me means when I see a client it is usu- Citrus United Basket in 2011-2013,
how to be successful both personally ally someone getting divorced or a on the Pope John Paul 11 advisory

Cimus CouNTY (FL) CHRoNicm 40 UNDER 40 Saturday, June 14, 2014G27

Brad Smith

Lieutenant of the Major Crimes Section,

Citrus County Sheriff's Office (CCSQ)

Q: What was your reaction I guess you could say it's the Q: What is your educational and have been married for almost
when you learned you were family business. background? 12 years. We're the proud parbeing named a 40 Under 40 Q: What's the best thing After graduating from Citrus ents of two amazing
recipient? aboutyourjob? High School in 1999, 1 earned my kids. We enjoy being on
I felt very honored and thankful I love that every day presents bachelor's degree from Palm the boat, riding bikes,
to have been named a 40 Under different challenges. On a daily Beach Atlantic University. I went traveling, or just hang40 recipient. Citrus County has a basis, you interact with people on to graduate from the ing out at home togreat deal of young professionals who may be experiencing the Withlacoochee Technical Insti- gether. I'm very blessed
who strive to make our commu- worst day of their lives. Helping tute's Criminal Justice Academy and thankful for my
nity a better place and I feel privi- victims and having a part in in 2005. In 2011, 1 earned my family, because they've leged to be considered part of that bringing justice to those who vic- master's degree in business man- been there for me every
group. timize others is very rewarding. agreement and leadership from step of the way.
Q: Where did you learn the Q: If you didn't do this what Liberty University and also gradlessons that make you a would you do? uated from the 246th session of Brad
successful person? One of my interests before be- the FBI National Academy. Smith
I'm blessed to have parents coming a law enforcement officer Q: Tell us about your family.
who made teaching good morals was to attend law school and be- My wife and I met in college
and family values top priority. come a prosecutor or judge. On
Along with God's blessing, my occasion, I instruct at the criminal
parents' guidance has given me a justice academy and I enjoy
strong foundation in life. Juggling teaching. It's hard to imagine not
work, school and family hasn't being involved in law enforcebeen easy, but it's given me in- ment, but one of those fields
valuable life experiences that would probably suit me as well.
have also attributed to my Q: What awards and other
success. recognition have you received?
In the Criminal Justice Academy, I received the top academic A m y M eek
achievement award. I was college
My father and uncle president of the Lambda Pi Eta Thank You from all the Board
were both very successful Honor Society and a member of Members of the United Way of
the Sigma Beta Delta Honor So- Citrus County. We are delighted to
law enforcement officers
and my mother spent her ciety. I've received several work have you lead our organization and
career working in support commendations while employed see the positive lasting change
positions within law at CCSO and last night I won sec- made to the lives of those less
enforcement agencies." ond prize in a beauty contest fortunate in our community.
while playing Monopoly with my
family With a focus on the three areas of Health, Education and Income,
Q: What community service the United Way of Citrus County works to assist people in need.
activities and organizations are We always welcome participation from members in our community
Q: What attracted you to this you involved with? through volunteering and contributing.
business/profession? I'm on the board of directors
I come from a long line of law for the George A. Dame Commuenforcement officers. My great- nity Health Center as well as for LIVE UNITED United Way of Citrus County
uncle was the chief of police in Crime Stoppers of Citrus County. 1205 NE 5th Street, Suite A, Crystal River, FL
St. Petersburg in the 1960s. My I'm a member of the Inverness (Locatedon the second floor of the CenterState Bank in CrystaiRiver) x
father and uncle were both very Kiwanis Club and support several (352) 795-LIVE (5483)
successful law enforcement offi- charities such as the American
cers and my mother spent her ca- Cancer Society, United Way,
reer working in support positions Jessie's Place, and the Florida
within law enforcement agencies. Sheriff's Youth Ranch.

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Jonathan Noyes

Executive Meeting Manager,

Plantation on Crystal River

Q: What was your reaction lessons that make you a successful would you do? I am a graduate of
when you learned you were being person? My second passion is cooking. Crystal River High
named a 40 Under 40 recipient? My parents were a major part of I would enjoy being a chef. School.
I was surprised and humbled upon the core lessons I have learned so far Q: What awards and other Q: Tell us about
receiving the email that I had been in life. recognition have you received? your family.
named a 40 Under 40 recipient. Q: What attracted you to this I have been awarded as the My parents are
business/profession? Employee of the month at Planta- Mark and Nancy
My dad has been in the business tion. I have also had consistent five- Hahn. Katelyn Bartley
My dad has been in the for 3 0 years. I saw what he did and star reviews on WeddingWire. is my fiance. Mark
business for 30 years. I knew I wanted to do the same. Q: What community service and Becky Hahn are
Q: What's the best thing about activities and organizations are my brother and sister saw what he did and knew yourjob? you involved with? in-law and Len and
I wanted to do the same" I mostly enjoy seeing the I am currently involved in breast Fran Davis are my Jonathan
reactions of my clients when I make cancer awareness groups. grandparents. Noyes
their vision a reality. Q: What is your educational
Q: Where did you learn the Q: If you didn't do this what background?

Stephen Barbieri

Executive Director,

Citrus County Education Foundation

Q: What was your reaction to help support these amazing peo- president, a Harvard dean, school tive practice of the law, the legal
when you learned you were being ple and felt it was worthy of this board members, and a slew of edu- profession is still a part of me and
named a 40 Under 40 recipient? honor is very humbling. cators. My wife has been a board still very much a pasWhen I learned that I was being Q: Where did you learn the member with the education founda- sion of mine. If I was
named a 40 Under 40 recipient, I lessons that make you a tion for six years, so I saw the not employed by the edfelt very humbled. Our work at the successful person? amazing things they did for local ucation foundation, I
education foundation is truly about Right here in Citrus County is education. When the directorship would have liked to
the amazing teachers, staff and stu- where I learned the lessons that opened up, I knew it would be a open a law practice here 4 =
dents in our Citrus County public helped make me a successful per- perfect fit for me. in Citrus County.
schools. son. They say it takes a village to Q: What's the best thing about Q: What awards
raise a child, and Citrus County yourjob? and other recognition
was my village. It started, of The best part of my job is the have you received?
course, at home with my amazing people. Whether meeting with my I was ranked in the
To know that someone saw parents, Lynn and Lou, who taught tremendous board members, dis- top 10 percent of my
the work I was doin Stephen
9 us to value the power of education. cussing local education with a busi- class at the University of Florida Barbieri
behind the scenes to help And that lesson was reinforced by ness partner or community Law, I graduated magna cum laude
support these amazing people every teacher, mentor, coach, and member, or visiting with our pas- at the University of Central Florida
and felt it was worthy of this friend I encountered growing up sionate teachers and staff, I am al- and I was a Burnett honor's college
honors veryhumbling.11 here. ways amazed by the wonderful graduate at the University of
Q: What attracted you to this people we have in our community. Central Florida. business/profession? Q: If you didn't do this what see Barbieri Page 30
1 was attracted to this field be- would you do?
To know that someone saw the cause education is in my blood. My My friends call me a "recovering
work I was doing behind the scenes family includes a former college attorney." Though I have left an ac-

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Heather Cogar

Deputy Sheriff, Citrus County Sheriff's Office

Q: What was your reaction ful person? the decision I made. Q: What is your educational
when you learned you were Through mentors and the Q: If you didn't do this what background?
being named a 40 Under 40 support system that I have built would you do? I received my high school
recipient? throughout my exploring of life If I hadn't been a police officer, diploma and then received an asWhen I heard that I was being and also attending Camp I would have gone into the sociate degree in criminal justice
named a 40 Under 40 recipient, I E-Nini-Hassee was a huge part military technology. I have also received a
felt very excited for yet another of my success. Q: What awards and other law enforcement
opportunity. Q: What attracted you to this recognition have you received? certificate.
business/profession? The Mandi Warren Richards Q: Tell us about
use t ru fom heI used to run from the cops all Rising Star Award, countless your family.
I sdtornfrmtethe time and now that I know awards in high school and I have I have an awesome
cops all the time and what I know and I have learned been a guest speaker at the Jingle family back in
now that I know what I what I have, I want to be on the Jangle Jam (largest fuindraiser in Zephyrhills: a sister
know and I have learned what other end of the chain and try to the Tampa Bay area for abused who is one year older I have, I want to be on the other give people the opportunity that I and neglected kids in foster care). than me, my little end of the chain and try to was given. I feel like the people Q: What community service brother who is 13, my
give people the opportunity that have been through the worst activities and organizations are grandmother and then that I was given" are the best at teaching the lesson you involved with? my father, who lives in Heather
Q: What's the best thing I volunteer a lot with Camp Ohio. Cogar
about your job? E-Nmni-Hassee and I am an active
Q: Where did you learn the The best part of my job is member with the Citrus County
lessons that make you a success- watching someone benefit from Chamber of Commerce.

Quade Feeser

Licensed Real Estate Broker-Associate,

Century 21, J W Morton Real Estate Inc.

Q: What was your reaction successful person? real estate investment needs and you involved with?
when you learned you were I graduated early from Citrus to attain their goals, whether it's I am an active member of the
being named a 40 Under 40 High School, class of 2004, and buying a new home or selling the Pleasant Grove Road
recipient? joined my father, Mike Feeser; one they are in. Everyone's needs Church of Christ.
It was an honor that someone owner/partner with Robert are different. I try hard to listen to Q: What is your
noticed me enough to think that I "Skeeter" Burlew of B&F Stucco what my customer is telling me. educational would be a good candidate for Inc. I learned early on the value of Q: If you didn't do this what background? such an award, honest dealings and hard work, would you do? I was an early
Q: What attracted you to this If I wasn't a licensed real estate graduate of Citrus High business/profession? broker-associate, I think I would School, class of 2004.
Itsrwiigt et I am an entrepreneur at heart have to be involved in new home I hold a Florida resi* *Its rwadin t metoand I wanted to be in control of construction. dential contractor's lihelp people with their my career. After working in the Q: What awards and other cerise, and this year
real estate investment home construction business, I recognition have you received? obtained my real estate Quade
needs and to attain their goals, have always been interested in I rank in the top 5 percent of all brokers' license. Feeser
whether it's buying a new homes. Century 21 associates nationwide, Q: Tell us about your family.
home or selling the one they Q: What's the best thing and have been awarded by the I have a wife, Jennifer, and two
are in." about your job? Citrus County Realtors Associa- children, Addalyn, 3, and Easton,
I enjoy working with buyers tion the "New on the Scene 3 months.
and sellers and I feel that is the Award." for 2013
Q: Where did you learn the best part of myjob. It's reward- Q: What community service lessons that make you a ing to me to help people with their activities and organizations are

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A my I graduated from Lecanto High
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Q: What community service financial planner designation when I
J al sen R o aactivities and organizations are you was 23, worked as a financial plan- Ex cutve ire torinvolved with? ning analyst at the Raymond James
E ecuiv DiectrI am currently the vice president of headquarters, and earned an master's
the Citrus County Education Founda- degree and certificate in financial HP Hospice, Citrus Co ny- tion, a member of the Citrus Memorial services from the University of
Advisory Council, a Relay For Life Florida. I joined the Crystal River Q: hatcomuniy nivrsiy o Sothteam captain, a member of the Parent Raymond James branch in 2007 and
Q:ric Wattiommunit Unoiaersityvof Sout Teacher Organization and the Student am series 7, series 66 and insurance
srvaieativitis and FlomstridHegreceive hislt Advisory Enhancement Council at our licensed.
inorgan itn arayumstrdgrion a lthusi son's school. We try to stay active Q: Tell us about your family?
involed iceth in n administration andi and help with other volunteer efforts I am married to my husband,
volved with Rotary and graduated with academic throughout the year, including the kids Stephen (also a 40 under 40 honoree,
Leadership Citrus. honors at Webster Univer- where we can. I am so proud of him) and we have
sit. e s cetiie hs-Q: What is your educational one son, Logan, 6, and a daughter,
pice administrator and a bcgonSpi,4
Level 1 hospice manager.
Q: Tell us about your
My father is Franklin ~ eHmember for the Jim Blackshear's golf
Roa, my mother is Patricia 01be outing benefitting Boys & Girls Clubs
Roa and my sister is Krys- from Page 17 and fishing tournament committee memtal Roa. ber benefitting Purple Heart), RACC afI have found I absolutely love the end re- filiate (sponsor and work the beverage Jaysen Roa was out of sult of pulling off well-organized events, cart for their golf tournament the past
state when he was chosen Helping people take their ideas and few years), Pumped for Success memJaysen for this recognition. Some dreams of something beautiful and suc- bet, Citrus County Chamber of CoinRoa members of his family have cessfiul, and turning that into a reality, merce, Economic Development Council,
provided some of the infor- over and over again, is exciting. Mullet Toss committee member for both
mation above. HPHHos- Q. What awards and other the Mullet Toss and golf tournament, and
Q: What is your pice provided the recognition have you received? volunteer at the Crystal River Sharks
educational background? professional information. Most recently, I was awarded the golf tournament and fundraiser for CitJaysen is a graduate of The Chronicle regrets not Board Member of the Year, and the Dy- rus United Girl's U1 4 Soccer (my
Lecanto High School. He having all details, but namic Duo award from the Boys & Girls daughter's team). Two Christmases ago,
received his associate de- wanted to be sure that he Clubs of Citrus County at this year's I coordinated The Path's Christmas party
gree in business at the Col- receives his Steak & Steak Dinner. Our company is on Christmas day for the shelter and
lege of Central Florida. He deserved recognition. named in AutoOwners top 10 agencies community.
received his bachelor's de- multiple times. I am a Paul Harris Fel- Q: What is your educational
gree in psychology at the low with Rotary, and have received background?
recognition through the years from my I graduated from Crystal River High club for event coordinating. I just placed in 1998, J am a licensed 2-20 and 2-15 third place in the chili cookoff for the insurance agent.
Citrus County Builders Association Q: Tell us about your family.
Floid EdcaionFondaios.(CCBA). I also have a handful of other I have been matred to the love of my
Barbie ri Flrd dcto onainawards, life, Jerry Olbek, since 2008. We have
Q: What is your educational Q. What community service four children we have raised, combined,
from Page 28 background? activities and organizations are you for the past seven years; our girls are 13
I graduated from Lecanto High School, involved with? and 14 and our boys are 15 and 16. We
Q: What community service Stetson University, the University of I am involved in the following organi- currently have a 16-year-old foster son.
activities and organizations are you Central Florida (bachelor's degrees in zations: Rotary Club of Inverness (mem- We have had two Rotary Youth Exinvolved with? economics and political science), bership committee chair and event change students that I will always love
I am currently involved with the University of Florida Levin College of coordinator, two-time Rotary Youth Ex- as my own; one stayed with us from TaiFlorida Bat, Marion County Bar Associa- Law (juris doctorate). change host parent), Boys & Girls Clubs wan for nine months last year and the
tion, I volunteer at Citrus Springs Ele- Q: Tell us about your family. of Citrus County (board member and co- other was from Brazil and stayed with us
mentary School, the CSE Parent Teacher I am matred to my wife, Amy, and we chair for the annual Steak & Steak Din- for three months. I have an amazing
Organization, Relay For Life, Stop have two children a son, Logan, ner 2014 and planning next year's mom, sister and mother-in-law, along
Hunger Now, the Citrus County Educa- and a daughter, Sophie. event), CCBA (member, membership with a huge circle of extended family
tion Foundation and the Consortium of committee board member, committee and close fiends that I consider family.

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to the outstanding individuals, perfect employees and exemplary volunteers who have been chosen by their peers as the
40 Under 40 in
Citrus County.

You've set the standard
for the next generation of leaders. Thank you

Laura Aguilera Michelle Largo
Amy Barbieri Jeremy Ledger
Stephen Barbieri Leon McClellan
Leslie Bollin Joe Meek
i Matt Brannen Amy Meek
Austin Brown Katie Mehl
Shannon Bryant Jonathan Noyes
Brandon Buckingham Melissa Olbek SJoanna Castle Kerry Parsons
A Heather Cogar Kelley Paul
Adam Czaya Tobey Phillips
Jesc Keith Pullias
/ .....b ........Jessica Czaya Jaysen Roa
SQuade Feeser Jye o
Quade Feres Danielle Rosenthal
fNicholle Fernandez Ba mt
Dawn ieldsBrad Smith Dawn Fields Trista Stokes
Megan Fitzpatrick Ada tomas
/ / l !Adam Thomas
John Hodgkins Sonya Warden
A Melissa Hogan Eric Williams
V / Amy Kingery Tanya Williams
Justin Lamb Sara Williamson

G32 Saturday June 14, 2014 40 UNDER 40 CITRUS COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE
Congratulations To All The Under 40 Winners



Steve Lamb Justin Lamb

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