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The Mayo free press
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028404/00001
 Material Information
Title: The Mayo free press
Uniform Title: Mayo free press (Mayo, Fla. 1958)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Bernard Guthrie
Place of Publication: Mayo Fla
Creation Date: January 6, 2005
Publication Date: 1958-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Mayo (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Lafayette County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Lafayette -- Mayo
Coordinates: 30.051944 x -83.175556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 70, no. 27 (June 20, 1958)-
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Preceded by: Mayo free press and Lafayette County news

Table of Contents
    Section A: Main
        Page 1
        Page 2
        Page 3
        Page 4
        Page 5
        Page 6
    Section A: Sports
        Page 7
        Page 8
    Section A: Main Continued
        Page 9
        Page 10
    Section B
        Unnumbered ( 11 )
    Section C: North Florida Focus
        Page 1
        Page 2
        Page 3
    Section D: North Florida Focus: Classified Marketplace
        Page 1
        Page 2
        Page 3
        Page 4
        Page 5
        Page 6
    Section C: North Florida Focus: Good News
        Page 4
        Page 5
    Section C: North Florida Focus Continued
        Page 6
        Page 7
        Page 8
Full Text

2005 Calendar
l of Events,
featuring local
Seventh for
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classes study
I "Christmas Around the World"
3ntary School
age 44

Two escape County officials swurn in

serious injury

Delores L. Walker
Free Press Reporter

Michael C. Johnson, 18, O'Brien and Brandy L. Her-
rick, 17, Mayo escaped serious injury in a one-vehicle
accident Dec. 29 two miles east of Mayo.
According to Florida Highway Patrol Trooper W. L.
McGauley, Johnson was driving a 2000 Ford pickup
--traveling _south on CR 353 about 7:40 p.m. Mc-
Gauley's report says Johnson failed to stop at the stop
sign at the intersection of SR 20 and the truck also oc-
cupied by Herrick continued to travel south through
the intersection and onto the south shoulder. The
trooper said the truck collided with a fence, traveled
into a field, overturning twice before coming to a final
rest on its right side facing northwest.
Johnson and Herrick were transported to Shands at
Gainsville by AirMedicOne. Johnson was released but
Herrick was admitted staying overnight ; '-
(L-R) Pastor Chuck Hodge, Lana Morgan, Judge Land, Sheriff Carson McCall, Ricky Lyons, Marilyn Wimberley,
Tim Walker. Photo Delores L. Walker

The Lafayette County Court- tor), Tim Walker (Property Ap- was also in the spotlight as we
room was filled with family and praiser), waited as Lafayette dealt with the recount of votes,
friends Tuesday, Jan. 4, to see County Judge Harlow H. Land,. but as is the American democra-
courthouse officials sworn in for Jr. gave a brief summary of the tic way, the election was decided
the next four year term. oath officials were about to take. without violence. I realize that
Alton Church of God Pastor Land reminded those in the not everyone agreed with the fi-
Chuck Hodge gave the opening courtroom that it was an oath nal decision, but it was accepted
prayer and the Pledge of Alle- who's purpose was repeated and we moved on as a nation."
giance was led by Carlton Black, throughout America and carried Judge Land asked the officials
Lafayette County Veteran's Ser- grave responsibilities. to stand and with right hands
vice Officer. e "t Reflecting on the 2000 election raised they repeated the "Oath
Five elected officials, Lana Land said, "Florida was in the of Office" inserting their office
Morgan (Supervisor of Elec- spotlight during the presidential of election at the appropriate
tions), Carson McCall (Sheriff), election. And to Lana (Supervi- time.
Ricky Lyons (Clerk of Courts), sor of Elections) and me it Refreshments were served af-
Marilyn Wimberley (Tax Collec- seemed that Lafayette County ter the morning ceremony.
The 2000 Ford pickup rests on its side in the field off SR
20 after leaving the roadway and overturning twice.

_______. The quest for good health
a day," said William able and affordable.
Bronson urges consumers C Cochran, a pediatric gas- For whatever reason
troenterologist and nutri- diet or low fat foods seem
SThe findings among tionist for the Geisinger to be priced higher thah
toDelores L. Walker preschoolers is a strong Clinic in Danville, Pa. regular foods. Supple-
SFree Press Reporter indication that weight Cochran said in 10 to 30 ments and specialty
before joining problems occur early in years, the incidence of shakes, food bars, etc. ar
beforeAccording to health pro- life. And one of the cul- heart disease, stroke and also in a higher price
Florida Agriculture and fessionals the quest to prits is junk food say ex- diabetes are going to be range. But don't get dis-
Consumer Services Comn- maintain good health has perts along with too much astronomical. courage, there are other
missioner Charles H. to begin .at an early age television and the decline So, with the alarming alternatives. Eating
Bronson is urging con- and continue throughout of the families data staring us healthy can be achieved
summers to check out health a person's lifetime. As s i t ti n g in the face by making sure you in-
clubs before joining or with New Year's past the d o w n it's time clude fruits and vegeta-
the only thing they may specter of "losing weight" to t o bles daily along with some
lose is money; -- has once again topped the form of daily physical ex-
Losing weight and get- resolution list for many ercise. The cheapest and
ting in shape is a top New say local residents. The easiest plan is to .take
Year's resolution, but con- Charles H. Bronson path to success is as varied 1
summers who are overeager as the people who have SEE HEALTH, PAGE 9A
to get started might end made the resolutions.
up making an unwise financial commitment prior to The need to find an an- -
investigating a health club. During the past year, 87 swer is great as evidenced '
health clubs went out of business, so it is important by last Thursday's release
that consumers are educated about their rights. from the American Heart
The Florida Department of Agriculture and Con- Association stating that
summer Services administers the Health Studio law, niore than 10 percent of C COO 1
which provides consumers protection and recourse U.S. children ages two to ForKids I
against health clubs that do not comply with the law. five are overweight. That 12 & Under
All such facilities are required to be registered with number is up from 7 per-
the Department and many must also post a bond to cent in 1994, according to I Nurt sen Ceopn
protect club members in the event the health studio the heart association's an- L. JJg (f.l i
goes out of business. nual statistical report on Don't be put off by fickle promises. The quest for good
"I am a staunch proponent of physical fitness, but heart disease and stroke. health is a doable plan once you discover what works for
consumers who decide a health club is the way to go The 10 percent number you. Contact Us
should take a little time to check out a club prior to comes from 2002, the most Thanks for reading
signing a contract," Bronson said. "There are more recent )year for which fig- The Mayo Free Press.
than 1,500 health clubs registered with the Depart- ures are available, and the gether to eat. plan a course of action for We encourage your phone
ment and, unfortunately, not all are able to stay in situation probably is Experts say poor nutri- your entire family. Call it calls and questions.
business. Consumers need to know what redress they worse now, said Robert H. tion and lack of exercise an insurance plan of good You're welcome to call
have if a gym does close its doors." Eckel, president of the among children is evi- health and purpose to us at (386) 294-1210
The law provides consumers with the right to can- heart association and pro- denced by a rapid rise of make it a life-long jour-
cel a contract for several reasons including: cancella- fessor of medicine at the children who have dia- ney.
tion within three days of signing a contract, exclusive University of Colorado. betes, high blood pres- The steps are up to the INDEX
of holidays and weekends, but it must be done in "These statistics are not sure, and liver disease. individual but, it's imper- Classifieds .......1-3D
anything but alarming," "Some kids are drinking ative that you have a Calendar...... 2-5C
SEE BRONSON, PAGE 9A Eckel said. a liter or two liters of soda game plan that is attain- r........
Sports ............7A
Social News........3A
S-'i j DI' Obituary...........2A


Share your io Thank YOU Gov. Bush
We want to express our loss more bearable. appoints Robert T.
What is your sincere appreciation to our We also want to give spe- Allen
church friends, relatives, and our cial thanks to Sheriff Carson
church family for your com- McCall and the Lafayette seven
doing? forting presence during the County deputies who as- Governor eb Bush an- Robert T. Allen, 71, of
Let us hear loss of our beloved Darren sisted us so graciously. bounced the following Monday, D eember 27,
from you! Sheppard. You may have Chris Starling and the staff Monday, December 27,
Seen one of the hundreds of Burns Funeral Home are appointments: 2004 in Shands at AGH in
Have an article who visited us at the funer- greatly appreciated for their North Central Florida Gainesville, after a long ill-
you want printed? al home or attended the ser- exceptional, professional Regional Planning ness. The Eastman, Geor-
Send it to us! vice at church. Or, you may handling of all their duties. Council, Region Three gia native moved to Live
have been one of the many, Even as we continue to (Senate Confirmation Oak six months ago from
Phone: 294-1210 many who brought food to grieve for our loss, we Required) Hudson. He was a U.S.
Fax: 294-2666 our house, called to offer thank the Lord for the time John V. Carlson, 54, Army Veteran serving
n/c your sympathy, sent a that we had with Darren of Gainesville, president during the Korean Con-
beautiful flower arrange- and for the knowledge that of Perry-Parrish, Inc., flict, retired after twenty-
ment, sent a card expressing he is in heaven and we will reappointed for a term two years as a lineman
your concern for us, donat- be reunited with him in the beginning December 20, with G.T.E. Telephone
W hat's happening? ed to the Mayo Baptist future. Please continue to 2004 and ending Octo- Company in New Port
Building Fund, and/or pray for us. God will see us ber 1, 2006. Richey, and attended Lu-
Whatis the difference e be- more parwithyou as witnesses prayed for us during our through it all! James F. Painter, 53, raville Baptist Church, Lu-
tween the church and the If the party still will not rea- initial bereavement period. Kacia Folsom Sheppard of Gainesville, co-owner raville.
world? Statistics reveal that son with you the matter is to initial bereavement period. Kacia Folsom Sheppard of Gainesville, co-owner rviinclude his
divorce rates among Chris- be taken before the chmatteurch is to Whatever you did to com- Darrell and Lisa Sheppard of Painter-Masonr, Survivors include his
fort us was' a blessing from Francene and Andy Folsom Inc., reappointed for a Oak, fouPatricia Allen, Live
tians are as high as among and if he still refuses to Erest and Syble Sheppard I b in Oak, four daughters; Glen-
those who do not profess come to an agreement he is thank you for making our Bill and Jackie Hart term beginning Decem- da Wright, Tupelo, MS,
Christianity. There are al- to be excluded from the lo- ber 20, 2004 and ending Terry Lynn Floyd, Stran-
most as many Christians cal body. (Matthew 18:15- October 1, 2007. ton, SC, Robin Michaels
having abortions as non- 17). Have you ever seen this M ayo B aptist C church o Dixie Donovan, 48, and Melody Allen both of
Christians! The ethics of done in a church? But you of Lake City, math Hudson; three sons: James
those who claim tobe Chris- have known of church dedication service teacher at Fort White T. Allen, Palm Harbor, Jef-
tians vary little from those members who were angry Mayo Baptist Church (Highway 51 South) is having its High School, reappoint- fery K. Allen, New Port
claiming no religion: many with each other and the Building Dedication Service on Sun'day, January 9, at 11 ed for a term beginning Richey, and George B.
Christians think it is okay to matter usually festered until a.m. There will be a covered dish luncheon in the Garden December 20, 2004 and Allen, Holiday; one sister:
live. together without get- one or the other left the Worship Center immediately following the service. ending October 1, 2007. Floreen Beck, Eastman,
ting married, Christians church, sometimes taking All are invited to attend. Martha Butler, 53, of GA; sixteen grandchildren
cheat on their income tax as other families with them, Jennings, employed by and four great grandchil-
much as any other group sometimes even causing. a Advantage Home Med- dren also survive.
and on-and-on it goes. church split! Why? It was T hanks so m uch ical Equipment, Inc. and Daniels, Funeral Home of
There was a day when not handled in a scriptural' ive Oak is in charge of all
people were excluded from manner! We the family of Edward May God bless each of you. Hamilton Count) Live Oak is in charge of all
their church for using pro- Paul shed light on the Perry have been humbled JoAnn Perry, Dana Lash- School Board member, arrangements.
fanity. Now adulterous re- matter of church discipline and honored by. the out- ley, Herbert Perry, Chan succeeding James T.
lationships are overlooked! in I Corinthians 5:1-13 (es- pouring oflove and support Perry and families.' Tompkins, for a term be- S RM D
Unmarried couples are al- pecially verses 4-7) in re- by our friends, churchfami- L.C. and Clyde Jackson, ginning December 20, RV
lowed to hold offices in guard to a public display of ly and members of our com- M. A. Perry, Karen Byrd, 2004 and ending Octo- Governing
churches. Unmarried cou- immorality (regarding a munity. Your prayers, vis- Reba Trawick, Blanche Per- ber 1, 2006. verning
ples with children ar wel- man who was carrying on its, cards, food, flowers and ry and families. Heather Neill, 40, of
corned as members (or an affair with his father's donations to our church We are trying to compile Mayo, real estate broker B board
maintained as active mem- wife). building fund have been a scrapbook for the grand- with Lighthouse Realty
bers). Church discipline is What is happening? tremendous and are greatly children of Edward Perry of North Florida, Inc., M eet g
never considered regard- God's Word has been trivi- appreciated, and it is so wonderful to succeeding Mona Hurst, M eetin
less! alized! The words thank you hear the stories that you D
seem so insufficient to ade- have shared with us about for a term beginning De- On Tuesday, January 11,
Jesus said if you have a David H. Matier, DPC cemier 20, 2004 and 2005, the Suwannee River
fault against a brother, talk Christian/Biblical quately express our grati- Daddy and his antics. If you cernber 20, 2004 and 2005, the Suwannee River
fault against a brother, talk Christian/Biblical tude for all that each of you have anything (photos, sto- ending October 1, 2007. Water Management Dis-
you are to take one ortwo dmatier@alltelnet have done for us during this ry, etc.) that you would be Fred "Tracy" trict's Governing Board ill
time but are all we have to willing to share with us Reeves, 68, of Madison, meet at 9 a.m. at District
offer. He was cherished by please send it to: retired, succeeding Headquarters, Hwy 49 and
Sus -and loved-by-many. -We Dana Perry Lashley sfor a term 90 East, Live Oak.
"." '" will' 'fb a forVe'blge'2t 2228 Nt'CRo36 ber20, The meeting is.thaconsid;.-
Lafayettetounty Rescue is seeking' dFull-time have had him in our lives. Mayo~ ]3 66 04 and ending Octo- er District business and
EMT-Basic or Paramedic (either may apply). ber 1, 2007. conduct public hearings on
Benefits include medical, dental, vacation, sick & FRS options. L a n i e? Sandra Haas, 57, of regulatory and land acqui-
Safe driving record required. McAIpin, attorney, sition matters. A workshop
Safe driving record required. p will follow the board meet-
Applicants must hold a current Florida certification. The Lafayette County If you have lost an item, reappointed for a termeet-
Serious inquiries may apply at the office of John Bell, Mon-Fri Sheriff's Office has numer- you may call the county jail beginning December 20, ing.
from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. or may drop off an application at L All meetings, workshops
the LfEMS station from 8:00 a.m. to 6:3:0000 p.m. 7 days a week.at ous items (keys, wallets, at 386/294-1301 to identify 2004 Sand ending Octo- and hearings are open to
the LCEMS station from 9:00 a.m.7 days a week. etc) that have been brought the item that you wish to ber 1, 2007. the ubic
Deadline to apply for the position will be January 22, 2005. to the county jail. recover.

AIRLINE BAPTIST CHURCH (SBC) ......294-2676 Methodist Church NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH Jesus Christ Fellowship
Co-Pagstor................ ............................................Larr Law Phone: 386-294-1661 Pastor............ ...................Rev. Charlie Walker Community Church,
Co-Pastor.........................................................Rusty ryan MAYO FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Sunday School..................................................10:00 a.m.
Sunday School......................................................9:45 am. Located SE corner of Hwy. 27 & FL 51 Mayo Morning Worship.............................. ...................11:00 a.m. A Full Gospel Ministry
Worship Service .. .. .. ................................................. 11:00 a.m. Pastor, Walter Bell Discipleship Traning........ ........... ............. 6:00 p.m. of Mayo Florida, Inc.
Children's/Youth Discipleship....... .......6:00 p.m.
Discipleship Training..... .......... ......6:30 p.m. Sunday School...... ..................10:00 a.m. Even n_rship...................................... ............7:00 p.m.
Even worship ....................... 7:00 p.m. Morning Worship ......................................11O a.m. Adult Choir......... .......................... p,m.2941656
Wednesday Adult Bible Study ...... ..... 6:30 p.m. Evening Worship ................. ..... : p.m. Prayer Meeting, Bible Study & Mission Grou-Wed...7:00 p.m. Deacon Lemon Curtis Watson,
AWANA/Youth Meetins....... .. ...6:30 p.m. Wednesday Prayer Meeting.........................................7:00 p.m. Located Two Miles North of Mayo Off Highway 51 Chairman of the Deacon Ministry
Located Four Miles East of Mao on .ialway z2p "AheaarieMother Emma Watson, Genenrl Mother
"0 Come Let us Worship The Lord" Pa. 95:612851DH-F "The Friendly Mayo Methodist" "aCome And Hear, All Ye That Fear God" t 66:6 M otrmed on Lake S Mt
ALTON CHURCH OF GOD.....................294-3133 LIGHTHOUSE CHRISTIAN CENTER...294-3089 PLEASANT GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH (SBC).294-1306 Church Serou aices .
P tor .................................. Charles E. H de, Jr. ...................... Ted Rushing Sunday School.....................10:00 a.m.
Pastor..................................................... r dge, Jr. unda School......................................................... ....Morning Worship................11:00 a.m.
Youth Pastor......................................................BrettSeals Pastor, John Whittington Shool.................... :a.m' Tuesday Servie ..................... 7:00 p.m.
Music Director................ ......Blanche Per Servie........................ am. (Prayer Meeting and Bible Stu7y)
Children's Pastor.........................................Ryan & Tiffany Perry Sunday Praise and Worship Service..................10:30 a.m. WDiscipeship TrainingM..............6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Sundy Shool......................... Children's Chu ................Wednesday Displeship Trainin. 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Worship Service/K.I.D.S. Church.................................10:45 a.m. Sunday Night Service................. .............. ..... 6:00 p.m. Tream inids Ng.......... .............................. 6:30 p.m. Worship meand Consecration,
EveninWorship .m6:00 dWednesda ServieN................................. Ni.t0 .m. and Consecration.
eFamiyight Youth Club T ............. 7:00 pm. Wed. Children's and Teen's Service.......................... 0pm Seven miles est of Mayo, left on CR 534 then right on 350A Church Membership meansaas Commihnent.
State Road 27 128994DH.F State Road 51Mayo ~ "Love Never Fails" o '.. Jesus Saves -- 129004DH-F word of God. 12so8H-F

BETHEL HOLY CHURCH......................294-1932 MAYO BAPTIST CHURCH...........(386)294-1020 NEW HARMONY UNITED SMtEIHODIST CHURCH
"Affiliated with t. Sinai Holy Churches of America Inc" Interim Pastor: Dr. Roy Lee Saint (Go south on 51 to 160th, turn right) To Place Your
Pastor ........................... ......Elder Carolyn Demps Worship Leader................ ......Joycelyn Cook Pastor: Stan Posey T Place Your
Sunday School............................................ ...................11:00 a.m. Sunday Schedule SUNDAY Phone (38) 776-1806 Church In Our
Worship Service...........................................................12:00 p.m. Bible Study........................ 9:45 A.M. Sunday Worship.................... 9:30 am
Thursday Bible Study....................................................7:00 p.m. Worship Service...... ......... .. ...... 11:00 A.M. Bible Study ................................ ..... 10:30 am C church
Sunday Night Service.....................................................6:00 P.M.
Wednesday Night Schedule WEDNESDAY Directory
357 Pine Street Adult' Prayer Service .... ......... ......6:30 P.M. Women's Bible Study......................... ................... 10:00 am
"Membership means Discipleship" 12895DH-F mnavobaptistchurch@alitel.net 1 1 1DH- Call Kathy at
P s re tSunday School...................................................................10:00 a.m Pastor:
Pastor................................ ............................... Rev. Stev Boyd W orsh p Service. .................... ................................ ............11:00 a.m Rev. Larry Easton
Sunday School ...................... .....10:00 a.m. Discipleshi Training................ ..... 6:00 p.m. Sunday AM Service........................... .... ......10:30 a.m.
Evening Worship...... Even W... .. .. m....... . . ..............................6:00 p.m. Even rshi...... 7:00 p.m. Suda PM.ce....................... 1030 m.Pm
Wed. Light for Living...... ..... ..... 7:30 p.m. Prayer Xeeting Wednesday............... .............................7:00 p.m. Childrens Church............ A
Thursday Mid Week.. .................................. 7:00p.m. Ephesus Advent
Located on County Road 354 Hwy. 27, 4 miles West of Branford Christian Church
Located 4 miles South on Hwy. 349, "For If Ye Forgive Men Their Tresspasses Your Heavenly Pastor Bill Tlley
then left on CR 138, follow signs. 128996DH.F Father Will Also Forgive.You" Matt. 6:14 ooh.F 129005DH-F 963-5600 208-9626
FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD ST. MATTHEW'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH Bethel Creek Baptist Church.....................658-2398 Sunday School Service..................9:45a.m.
Choir Practice................... .......................10:00 a.m. Contact Number in Mayo (386) 294-2664 Pastor : Sherwood E. Sawyer Worship Service.. ........................11:00 a.m.
W orshi Service........................ ....................10:30 a.m Sunday School...................................................................9:45 a.m Prayer Meeting................... ...........7:00 p.m.
Kid's Church..........1...........1:00 a.m. Vicar.............................................................Rev. Linda Lowry Sunday Worship Service............. ..........11:00 a.m. 12 007DH.-F
evening Worship.................................6:00 p.m. Deacon.................................The Rev. Lynne Ashmead Sunday Evening Worship.................................................6:00 p.m. To Place Your
Kids on the Rock.................................6:30 p.m. Celebration of Holy Eucharist at 7:00 PM Wednesday Bible Study.......................................7:00 p.m. Church In Our
Bbeeseout Stuy ................................ 7:00 p.m. each Wednesday to be followed by light Nursery available for all services Church Directory,
Pastor: David Stephens refreshunents and Christian Education. located 3 miles North of Day on Highway 53 h t 362-1734
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o ,P A / Goodwill abounds

Callduring the holiday
Call: Smiles and helping hands were spotted everywhere as
i294-1210 folks joined in the spirit of giving throughout the holiday.
,' Public Meetings For more information on
Town and County the cancer support group
.School Board Meeting contact Anne Steward at '" ,
J s3rd Tuesday of the month 386/362-7860. To receive
3iztkfay/oC4nniuEriay ? Workshop: 9 a.m. more information about
Eftn9: 4 'avr -l? Meeting: 10 a.m. cancer call the American '
Sr School Board Administra- Cancer Society toll-free at 1- ..
Send us your tion Building 800-ACS-2345 or visit our
social news School Advisory Web site at
Deadline New BMeeting www.cancer.org.
Friday 5 p.m. Lafayette High School Lafayette County .
1st. Tuesday of the month Historical Society meeting
LHS Library; 6:30 p.m. Lafayette County Histori-
r aiy d l e toLafayette Elementary cal Society The Society
School meets monthly on the last
,)i 2nd Wednesday of the Thursday of the month at Tony Schwab (R), Territory Sales Manager for Pepsi saw
month the Mayo Cafe at 7 p.m. The the Manna House Angel Tree at Croft's Thriftway and
LES Conference Room: 3 Society is working to re- promptly put together a "Santa Bag of Games" and deliv-
p.m. store the former Mayo Free ered it to Danny Hewett in time for Christmas.
Town Council Meeting Press (Dees Drug Store) as
2nd Monday of the month the Lafayette County Muse-. ,
Town Hall: 7 p.m. um.
...^. "H bCounty Commission Meet- For meeting information r
ing contact Drew Bell Jr, Presi-
2nd Monday of the month dent (386) 294-2932. For
County Commission membership application
Room upstairs at County contact Taylor Cullar (386)
Courthouse: 9 a.m. 294-3819. 7
4th Monday of the month Another Way
County Commission offers hope
: Room: 5:30 p.m. Another Way, Inc. pro-
'- SyMayo Al-Anon Meeting videos services to victims of
The Mayo Al-Anon Meet- domestic and sexual vio-
ing is held at the Mayo lence and their children. All
Manna House, Pine Street, services are free and confi- Another act of kindness was shown to Mayo Free Press
on Thursday evenings at 8 dental. Manager Linda Smith when Hardee's Manager Regina
pm. For assistance call toll free Montgomery (L) and Assistant Manager Cathy Pohanan
Carol and Neta Mae Ward To reach Manna House 24 hours a day at 1-800-500- along with children Daniella, Ashley and Zachary Atwell
Our family would like to remind you to join us fo a from Hwy 51 and SR 27, 1119. delivered hot, yummy, cinnamon biscuits to her and others
Our faml y would $50 ao remr yo to ji uor $0aC n er
special time, honoring 50 years of marriage. turn east on 27 to right on in the office.
Sunday, January 9, 1-3 p.m., at Hatch Park Community Clyde St., turn left at end of
Center in Branford. Clyde St. onto Pine St. Look Suw annee
to your left and you will see The best
Haliegh Bates, Miss Florida the Manna House sign. Chapter of the Florida
Haliegh BatesMiss Florida Al-Anon shows support, ofte best Chapter of the Florida
for friends and families of
Rodeo USA 2004-2005 alcoholics. Christmas decorations Trail Association
For more information, could be seen across the
call Barbara at 386/294- county during the holi- The Suwannee Chapter of the Florida Trail Association
3348 or Marcia at 386/208- days. will hold its'monthly meeting on Monday, January 10, at 3
1008. Two houses tied for the Suwannee River Water Management District from 7-
Support group First Place. Audrey Hart 9 PM, on US 90 and CR 49, 2 miles east of Live Oak. The
10forming for People with received a $50 cash Public is welcome!
:"' "Vi a receL award from the Chamber
Vision Loss The program presenter is LizSparks who works as a
Overcoming everyday ad. ,da.~ i d, i Recreation Planner for the Florida Fish and Wildlife
..proble.... iwith gpoqn.received a $50 Sa- om ssn an spends a lot ime enj nghe
vision loss ilkthobjective of ings Bond from First Fed- b'eaultftltO Wilderriess, of Florida. She. stitdi~ssna-tive
a group currently forming eral. plant lore and will present an historical perspective of
for anyone with "Low Vi- Those recognized for traditional plant usage in the Southeast. After.the pro-
Ssion" or blindness. Honorable Mention were gram stay for a discussion about Suwannee Chapter's
If you're interested please Lebo Taylor, Tom and upcoming tours and trips, many of which are open. to
call: Pat Cook at 850/584- Susan Caldwell, Carlene the public. Hikes on.the Florida National Scenic Trail
4678 and Thomas Croft, H.L. are being planned as are trips to Steinhatchee and Mis-
Boyd Staff Office and Cindy Erskin and sion San Luis inTallahassee.
Hours in Mayo Mike and Joyce Hicks For more details on the meeting: Contact: Chapter
A member of Congress- Chair, Don Neale, 386/362-4850, .
man Allen Boyd's (D-North
Florida) staff will be visiting
Mayo ,on the second
Wednesday of every
month, from 2-4 pm in the
County Commission Room
at the Lafayette County
Benefit Jackpot Barrel 5 PM 6:45 PM
Race Show begins at 7 PM Christian Cowboys
January 7th, 2005 The Fellowship of Christ-
Live Oak Covered Arena NOTE: Added Money: ian Cowboys meet each first
Live Oak Florida 75 100 Riders = $500 Saturday of the month at
and 4D payout the SRRC Arena in Bran-
$500 ADDED MONEY Under 75 riders = $250
ford at 5:30 p.m. and also
$30 Entry Fee and 3D payout the second Saturday of the I arthritis pain
$4 Exhibition For more information: month at the Suwannee
and a 75% payback Sandy Merritt'386-590-0662 County Coliseum Arena I
Rita Bates 386-752-9148 Live Oak at 5:30 p.m. A a
NBHA Rules apply Darrel Summers L Suwannee Healtha
Exhibition from 386-935-0447 Care Center's Cancer
Lafaette County The Suwprtannee Health picture?
SCare Center's Cancer Sup-
public office numbers 'port Group meets the 2nd
pi fnbTuesday of each month at
* Building Inspector: 294- Bus Garage: 294-2748 p.m. in the Health Care
3611 Elementary School: 294- Center conference room lo-
* Clerk of Court: 294-1600 2882 cated at 1620 E. Helvenstin
* County Extension Agent: Lafayette High School: St. in Live Oak.
294-1279 294-1701 Try new,natural Performaex"
* Lafayette County Public Superintendent of CSEMicroSo f r nin long-tn erm pain relief.
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Emergency Management: 2005 Lafayette Engineer Cercation and mobility support. More than just a glucosamine -
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Kindergarten classes study "Christmas Around the World" at LES
The Kindergarten classes at Lafayette Elementary stud-
ied "Christmas Around the World" during the month of
December. The students enjoyed making gingerbread
houses. The students made many craft activities and we
had many visitors from around the world to share their
Christmas traditions. Some visitors brought food for the 'J I
students to taste, sang songs, shared pictures and many
other items for the children to look at. -
The students really enjoyed the following speakers" -- "
Marie Wimberley from Mexico; David Palomino from Co-
lumbia; Marvin/Elouise Green from Lsrael; Helene Mc-
Cray from Germany; (Jane) Supanich Jenaharat from
Thialand; Keiko Oi from Japan and Anton Konovelov DR,
from Russia.. -
To wrap up the unit the Kindergarten classes went to
sing Christmas songs at the following places: Hands of
Grace; OakRidge; Lafayette Health Care; and the Court- Anton Konovelov
Guess who came to visit all the good boys and girls? '. .
Santa Claus! Thank you Santa, it made the day special.
Thanks to everyone for making "Christmas Around the David Palomino
World" a success for our Kindergarten classes! P

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Marie Wimber

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Highlights from first half of year 2004
(watch for part II next week) Scott, a second grade teacher at LES was named Town Clerk sworn in was
"Teacher of the Year". His presentation was made by Mc- unopposed in recent qualifying
Tiny Town of Mayo has Cray, Superintendent Fred Ward and school board mem- ina one w on in as the new Mayo n
11y OWI1 Bb K Linda Cone was sworn in as the new Mayo Town
population explosion eight sets of er y oonClerk by Mayor Terry Sullivan at the Town Meeting,
Monday night, March 8, 2004.
twins and counting... Year 2004 a major election year Cone was unopposed during the qualification time
A "happening" that has just gained not only local news- In what has been called a major year in politics by many March 1 until March 5, therefore no election was held.
paper coverage but also television status has literally got promises to give voters a chance to mark their ballots four
folks scratching their heads as they ponder the possibili- times this year.
ty......"could it be the water?" With constitutional offices, Clerk of the Court; Property
If so, then Lafayette County could have discovered a lit- Appraiser; Sheriff; Supervisor of Elections, Superinten-
eral artisan well in this day and age when water is one of dent of Schools and Tax Collector all up for re-election as.
the hottest commodities in the state. well as three county commissioners and two school board
In case you haven't heard TWINS are becoming the seats the race has the potential to get crowded and ver-
norm in this county of less than 7000 and it doesn't appear rrry.....interesting!
to have any preference as to who's family will be blessed The kick-off race was the Presidential Preference Prima-
next. ry March 9. The primary election was Aug. 31 rather than
As of last year there was confirmation that "eight", yes the first Tuesday in Sept. as usual.
you read correctly, there are "eight" sets of twins that Taylor McGrew, Linda Cone, Terry Sullivan, Ann Mur-
have either already been born in the past seven months or Community joins Step Up phy, Dan Hewett, Ken Hewett
will be born before the end of 2004. Fl a
Florida effort
Robin Pearson, Community Health Nursing Supervisor
at Lafayette Health Department completed the plans for Local SWAT member
the county's participation in Step Up, Florida. addresses Senate on the way to
Mr. Emmett Howell, 81, and a retired military man, is te W e H e
the Grand Marshal for Lafayette County. the White House
It doesn't stretch 13-year-old Cara Young's imagina-
etion one bit to see herself sitting at the President's desk
SEin Washington D.C., after all, she was sitting at Florida
Governor Jeb Bush's desk Feb. 12, 2004. In fact, she
Looks at it as just part of the plan on her way to the
White House.
But for now Young is sharpening her speaking skills
in order to draw attention from Florida law-makers
Mamas and one dad with twins galore made their TV de- about a program that is close to her heart....SWAT (Stu-
but last year on WCTV 6 News when Sarah Grady came dents Working Against Tobacco).
to Mayo to investigate this recent phenomenon. (Seated L-
R) Becky Long holding Emma Shiver, Tiffany Perry hold-
ing daughter Caroline, Stephanie Shiver holding daughter Red Cross office opens in Mayo
Faith, Judy Bryan holding R.J. and Hayley (in stroller). -. Jim Dandridge has been appointed as the Red Cross
(Back L-R Renata Putnal holding Brooke, Riley Putnal Educational Specialist for Lafayette County. The office
holding Britney and Heather Crow. is located at the old EMS building behind Mayo Med-
Photo Delores L. Walker Chamber of Commerce holds first ical, Hwy. 27. Office hours are Monday Friday, 9AM
dinner meeting of the year to 5 PM.
Every table was filled at the Chamber of Commerce din-
K-9 Drug Team on duty ner meeting Thursday night, Feb. 26, held in the Savannah Project ChildSafe comes to
Lafayette County Sheriff's Office (LCSO) has added a Room at Le Chateau, Mayo.
much needed K-9 Drug Team to the force. K-9 Deputy Ge- The evening was hosted by Chamber of Commerce. Lafayette County
off Condy, K-9 Paska and Deputy Scott Hamlin make up The Lafayette County Sheriff's Office (LCSO) began a
the team. Currently this is the K-9 team but, Sheriff Car- campaign last week to provide up to 4000 free firearm
son McCall said all of the deputies are receiving training safety kits to local residents through a partnership
in drug identification and investigation. with Project ChildSafe, the nationwide firearms safety
Paska, a 3 1/2 year-old Hungarian Shepherd and his education program. The safety kits, which include a
new partner Dep. Condy received training provided by gun lock, are currently being distributed Monday
Tallahassee Police Department and Leon County Sheriffs through Friday from 8:30 AM to 5 PM at the Sheriff's
Office, Tallahassee, re-certifying Paska. According to office at the Lafayette County Courthouse, Main Street.
Condy Paska passed with high marks.
Condy says, "Paska is incredible in finding drugs. .. A -
ATV accident leaves
Three injured
Madeline Hembree celebrated her 11th birthday Sun-
Sday, April 25, 2004 and according to witnesses at the
Chamber President Cheryl and Jim Holls crash scene she and two other friends, 12-year-old
Whitney Shows and Zoie Walker, age 13 came very
7. close to a tragic end of life.
SAlton and Bethel Churches
Join in celebration April is Child Abuse
There was barely standing room only Sunday night,
Feb. 15 at Bethel of Mt. Sinai Holy Church, Mayo, as the Prevention Month
Alton Church of God congregation as well as friends from A Proclamation recognizing the month of April as
far and wide joined to celebrate Friend Day as part of the Child Abuse Prevention Month was signed by Board
Black History celebration. Chairman Donnie Hamlin at Tuesday's Commission
(L-R) Deputy Geoff Condy, K-9 Paska, Deputy Scott meeting.
Hamlin Wanda Crowe, Nursing Director with Lafayette Pub-
Wilderness Trail project to lic Health Department said there were 46 children in
Lafayette County identified as having been abused or
Town Clerk retires include Lafayette County's neglected in reports closed during the fiscal year 2001-
Carolyn Lindsey tendered her resignation at the Town Blue Springs 2002.
Council meeting Jan. 12, 2004. Ben Harris, with the Suwannee River Wilderness Trail
Lindsey, who has served as town clerk for the past 25 said Lafayette Blue Springs is to be restored through a
years told the council that health related issues was the joint effort of the Suwannee River Wilderness Trail pro-
reason for her early retirement. ject and the Suwannee River Water Management District. Highlights continue on page 6A
Funding for small counties is due in part to the "Rural
Scott selected teacher of the year Initiative" introduced by Governor Jeb Bush on his visit to SW ANN BAIL i ,,,
Jeff Scott is one of the most positive teachers we have at Mayo last December.
Lafayette Elementary School (LES) and has a tremendous The Lafayette County Commissioners relinquished BAB
impact on the students that pass through his classroom their lease on Blue Springs to the state when Blue Springs BO W
said LES principal Marion McCray Monday. caretakers Alvin and Edith Hamlin retired. SWANN BONDING AGENCY
More highlights BAIL BONDS
from 2004 on "W R TE" ON "Where Everyday Is Springtime" (3861294-2288
page 6A -
The First 2005 GED Test will be given
Cosmetology January 10 & 11 at 4:00 p.m., Sa
Classes Monday and Tuesday January 10.14, 2005
start You must attend the registration session as Thr .
January Wednesday, Jan. 5 at 9 a.m. & 6 p.m. Breakfast CeTeddy ncakew/ Ham& Breakast Cereal Teddy
Grahams, Sausage on a Biscuit, Pizza, Juice, Grahams,
C all Juice, Milk Stick Juice, Milk Milk Juice, Milk
Ca//-C a Il1 Ly n n Lee at Lunch Hamburger Sliced Ham, Chili, Peanut Chken Rice. TurSalad,
386-364-2798 Elem. Frew/Bun, Baked Beans, Sandwich Turnips, Saltine
.'k w/Banana & Banana, Milk
for morePeaches, Milk Apple, MilkBn i
to sign up for registration. Lunch Hamburger Pizza (Chicken Chicken& Rice
to s uBuf (Turkey SHphT agheti Fried/Baked Salad (Ham
informatiSandwich)on. Chicken w/Saltlines), Sandwich),
N ,Suw an ee- Hamilto n School FrenchFries, Piza), (Hamburger Bl i
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Highlights from first half of year 2004

Highlights continued from page 5A Hatch Bend residents you looked. The sun was shining brightly and everyone
want wer was wearing smiles that actually competed with the sun
frwant answers in their brilliance.
Jackson trades Hornet colors for When petite Darlene Baldy stood to address the Coun- As the more than 100 members of th 269th Engineer
As the more than 100 members of the 269th Engineer
Seminole garnet and gold ty Commission Board on Monday, March 22, she as- Company marched toward the Louie C. Wadsworth Ar-
Ashley Jackson, a 2004 graduate of Lafayette High School sured them she had not come to scream or holler or to mory, escorted by local and state officers hundreds
(LHS) traded in her Hornet colors of red and white for the accuse anyone.....she just needed some answers about lined the streets, many waving American flags accom-
Seminole colors of garnet and gold. Ashley received notifi- 911. panied by joyous shouts of "welcome home". Signs
cation on May 12 that she had been chosen to join one of the "I have nothing but praise for all the people that are bearing the names of returning heroes could be seen far
top twirling squads in the State of Florida. first responders in the county. It's not the first respon- and wide as friends and family members held the signs
ders that is the problem, it's the 911 system that hinders high to get the attention of their loved one.
t ,4 them as they try to do their job," she said.

, v. 2003-2004 LHS Valedictorians
.. : Lawmakers push for extensive and Salutatorians anno
and Salutatorians announced
drug testing The 2004 Lafayette High School (LHS) Valedictorians
There were mixed reactions in Lafayette County to and Salutatorians were announced at Senior Awards
Monday's news that the Florida House Subcommittee night, Monday, May 10.
on Pre-K through 12th grade education had moved a bill Superintendent Fred Ward and LHS Principal Derek
S.- '' f to the full education committee that would require Hembree concluded the two hour festivities with the
: school districts to test high-school athletes for steroids. unexpected announcement that LHS could boast of two
If the bill passes the House and Senate and is signed Valedictorians, Kacia Folsom and Ashley Jackson and
,.'.-.- by Gov. Jeb Bush, it would take effect July 1 and make three Salutations, Tori Lyons, Ashley McCray and Lacie
Florida the first state to demand steroid testing be in- Neill.
Ashley Jackson cluded along with other illegal drugs such as marijuana,
cocaine, and alcohol in random drug testing.
Voters say no to county
referendum... support John Kerry The reis sh
A county referendum that would allow commissioners to line is August 31
grant exemption on property taxes to new businesses and The contenders are lining up at the starting gate as the
to businesses that are expanding was defeated by a narrow political race gets off to a good start in what promises to 'V
margin (2 votes) in Tuesday's election. be one of the most crowded tracks in recent years.
A 18% voter turnout yielded 360 yes votes in favor of the Several candidates took their first political run ever .
referendum and 362 no, not in favor of the referendum. while a good number of seasoned incumbents an-
The county board will have to wait until 2005 to put the nounced their intentions also.
referendum to the voters for a second look.
Presidential candidate John Kerry received 266 votes, Further steps taken to bring
making him the choice for Lafayette County Democrats. about Enhanced 911
Lafayette County Commissioners listened to an 911
Referendum ballots recounted Project Overview from EMS Director John Bell at the (L-R) Ashley McCray, Kacia Folsom, Ashley Jackson,
Lana Morgan, Supervisor of Elections for Lafayette Board meeting Monday, April 12. Lacie Neill, Victoria Lyons
County, said the Canvassing Board convened at 3:30 p.m.
on March 10, 2004 to recount the ballots for the county ref- 2004-2005 LHS Royalty
erendum. Lafayette High School students Ann Harris and Chris Class of 2004 Graduates
The referendum that would have granted property tax Crotts were named Prom Queen and King at Saturday Over 60 Lafayette County graduates walked onto Dale
exemption to new businesses and/or expansion in existing night's 2004 Prom. Named Princess and Prince were Walker Field Saturday night, May 15, as "Pomp and Cir-
businesses narrowly missed passing in the recent election. Chelsea Knight and Ty Folsom. cumstance" was played by Mrs. Lawanna Gaylord, Pi-
The total count remained the same as the count tallied The royal couples were chosen by votes cast by stu- anist. They were welcomed by a packed stadium of fam-
Tuesday, March 9 in the Presidential Preference Primary. dents attending the Prom held at the LHS gym. ily and friends, as well as parents, educators and school
board members who had stood to honor their thirteen
Kindergartners welcome troops years of accomplishment.
Showing their patriotism with a picture and welcome'
home letters the kindergarten students send their love
F and respect for the soldiers of the 269th Florida Nation-
al Guard. ,
Some safely home...
Others to arrive later
More than a year ago the skies cried when the Florida
Army National Guard's 269th Engineer Company said
.Canvassing Board does recount, (L-R) Commissioner Don- their good-byes to family and friends.. it was on a Sun-
nie Hamlin, Judge Hank Land, Supervisor of Elections 'Lana day when they left and it was on a Sunday when they
Morgan n upervisorreturned to us...the difference was evident everywhere 2004 LHS graduating class

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2005-08 Football realignment
T 14 win over Hilliard, before be- over the past couple of years.
ing eliminated by NFC 34-7 in a Showed a lot of progress on of-
great year. The realignment was fense. Now it is time for the de-
f 3 very scary for this team as they fense to step it up. Will be a com-
S- only missed moving to the 2B di- petitor in 2005. 14) Wewahitch-
S' vision by 15 students. Only ka(4-4)-Just how strong and bal-
Si. Hilliard and Port St Joe are post- anced is this region? This is a
StA ing higher population numbers. very good team that was in the
The Bucs are close enough that playoff hunt all the way up to the
They may want to start consider- final week of district play. A
Si aing beefing up their schedule to weak scheduling process has not
prepare for 2B teams for the year readied this team for stiff compe-
.. .~ 2009. 9) Sneads (6-3)-Beware of tition which may need to be ad-

4.. Jefferson County, winning the Freeport and Port St Joe.
district title, and followed up The impact of the realignment
with an upset win over will be dramatic on the state
Hawthorne in the first round of scene. Consider that 16 of the 32
the playoffs. Last year, only an teams that qualified for the play-
upset overtime loss to Greens- offs have moved out of the 1A di-
.i.- al boro kept them out of the play- vision. Only three of the final
offs. They do need to beef their eight are still left, with Fort
'"MIR. schedule up however to give Meade just making the cut to re-
their program the respect they main in 1A, joined by Belle Glade
The Hornets were waiting patiently to see who they would be facing in the 2004 spring jamboree champi- are searching for. 10) Greensboro Glades Day. North Florida
onship game. They are also anxiously waiting for the 2005 season in what should be a banner year of pay- (4-6)-Returned to the playoffs last Christian has to be smiling. Trin
backs. year after upsetting Sneads, and ity Christian, PK Young, Famu
A record 472 high schools were based on high school population the Sharks to be a very happy lost a very tough 21-20 game to and Ocala Trinity Catholic have
evenly divided into 96 districts, is Hilliard with 399 students. group controlling district 1 over Jefferson County for the district all moved out, leaving only Uni-
and broken out-into 8 classifica- Branford follows with 394, Jeffer- the next few years. 2) Monticello title. Lots of tradition here with a versity Christian behind to deal
tiodns to prepare Florida High son County 382, Trenton 382, Jefferson County-The Tigers will very proud program. 11) Liberty with. Look for NFC to go on
School football for the next four Hawthorne 342, Bronson 327, continue to search for the power-
years. For the class 1A teams in and the smallest, Lafayette Mayo ful 2B schools to fill their sched-
this area, the results are 40 with 289 students. Port St Joe ule. They will be tough out in
schools to compete for the state will enter region 1 play as the district play and should do quite
title. The local area teams will be largest participant in the region well in the 1A division, especial-
competing in region 1, district 2 with 403 students. A very pow- ly with the likes of Blountstown, x w
as it stands now to compete for erful Fort Meade program is the Vernon and Chiefland moving
one of the state playoff bids. largest school in the class A divi- out. There is five state title ban-
District 2 will consist of seven sion with 408 students. Fort ners which belong to*this group.
teams. Chiefland and Baldwin Meade will be competing in re- 3) Hilliard (9-3)-Came from
have moved up a classification. gion 3 with the district 5 public nowhere to claim the district 4 .
That may be good news, but the schools. crown. Was impressive in round
,bad news is that Monticello Jef- Taking a look at the recent his- one of the playoffs with a 56-8
person County is moving in. The tory and rating of the newregion win over Greensboro before .
Tigers are rich in tradition which 1 alignment and what to expect meeting the powerfulnt a
includes five state titles to their over the next four years, from the Blountstown team, losing 64-35.
credit. They have reached the 14 participants: 1) Port St Joe-The 4) Hawthorne (7-3)-This was
probably the best team left out of
the playoffs in 2004. Was upset :' ...
in round one by Sneads in 2003,
and settled for third place in the Rutherford.is on the loose. The numbers were huge in 2004, and
district in 2004. 5) Jay (5-3)-Have should be even higher in 2005.
not been able to handle Vernon
or Baker the past couple of years, County (4-6)-The Bulldogs have quite a roll for the next four years
o but a solid team. Vernon and been hoping to get rid of the two reaching the title game oin a con-
Baker are gone now. 6) Mayo (5- teams in their district that have sistent basis. The path for NFC
S,5) -A very young team in 2004, been holding them back, will leave only a Daytona Beach
but still managed to give the dis- Blountstown and Port St Joe. Father Lopez -and Melbourne
trict all they wanted, handing the They got rid of one, and that may Holy Trinity Episcipal which
district champ Hilliard their only have been enough to at least get. have not proven much of a chal-
loss, and took the. runnerup Liberty back in the playoff chase lenge in past years. This years re-
Chiefland team in overtime. Rich as the wildcard. 12) Trenton (2- gional champion Blountstown
tradition follows the Hornets. 8)-The Tigers have been on a re- also moved up.. This should
-- 2 .Once again, look for the Hornets building path over the past three pave the way for Port St Joe, the
: to be a thorn in the side of the years. The time may be here. largest of the region 1 schools to
:' ,...... powerhouse Jefferson County They finished the season with a have quite a bit of success con-
and Hilliard teams. 7) Freeport 12-6 loss to Mayo, and pulled sidering that Blountstown and
(4-6)-Scored a shocking upset some surprises which included a Vernon, which also moved out,
over Blountstown in the first win over Baldwin. Look for the were their two toughest adver-
round of 2003 playoffs, but had Tigers to roar in 2005. 13) Bron- series to advance to regional
Eric Mclntyre had an outstanding freshman year. This outstanding to take time to rebuild in 2004. son (3-7)-A very young team honors.
runningback is only going to get better over the next three years. Even in a rebuilding stage, they ,
proved they can still compete
playoffs successfully the last cou-': Sharks were regional champs in with anybody. 8) Branford (6-4)-A te sci in Lake City1
ple of years, once as. the district 2003, and dropped a tough game The Buts have posted two
runnerup, and last year, the dis- in the first round of the 2004 straight years of 6-4 records,
trict champion of district 3. The playoffs to Vernon. They finished making a district runnerup run The Florida Fish and Wildlife will be scoring deer antlers at Mil-
Tigers only play class A oppo- 2004 with an 8-3 mark. With in 2000, made it to the second Conservation Commission's ton's Country Store Jari. 15 from
nents in district llay for the most Blountstown moving up, look for round of the playoffs with a 28- (FWC) Wildlife Reserve Officers 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The store is lo-
part. They played a schedule in cated at 12049 N. U.S. 441 in Lake
2004 that included mostly 2B op- i City.
ponents that included nationally 'I. 1. "*I ,' Hunters who have taken a buck
ranked Madison County, Hamil- can have the antlers scored to
ton County, Wakulla, Florida .,compare with other Florida deer
High and Perry. Until their loss taken in previous seasons. The
to Vernon in the second round of deer must have been taken in
the state playoffs, the Tigers had ...Florida by fair chase methods.
not lost to a class A school, and Antlers scoring 100 points or
posted a 14-0 win over Chiefland more qualify for the Florida Buck
in the first round of the playoffs Registry and the owner will re-
before falling to a strong Vernon ceive a certificate suitable for
team 42-12 to finish at 6-6. framing.
The remainder of the district The Florida Buck Registry
pretty much kept the same face. , Branford, Bronson, Hawthorne, ing/ buckregistry/ default.htm>
Hilliard, Mayo and Trenton will was established in 1982 to pro-
join Jefferson County in the dis- vide hunters with a record of the
trict race. number and quality, of white-
The other public school play in tailed deer taken in Florida and to
district 1 will include Port St. Joe, afford recognition to Florida
Jay, Freeport, Liberty County, hunters. The minimum antler
Sneads, Greensboro and We- ..score necessary to qualify is 100
wahitchka to round out the com- Boone and Crockett inches for
petition for the region 1 champi- typical antlers and 125 for non-
onship. typical antlers.
The high school population for Kalem Jackson will utilize his 2004 experiences to help the Hornets at the quarterback position. Hornet For additional information, call
class 1A was between 233-410. fans should hear a lot of huge Jackson to Parker connections in 2005 to make the Hornets a solid contender Coby at Milton's Country Store at
The largest school in the district to the district and regional championships. 386-755-6975.
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR bate Division, the address of which is PO Box Box 88, Mayo, Florida 32066. The names and Lafayette County, Florida
LAFAYETTE COUNTY, FLORIDA 88, Mayo, Florida 32066. The names and ad- NOTICE addresses of the personal representative and By: Annette Lawson, APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
PROBATE DIVISION dresses of the personal representative and Robert Eugene Adams, as of 12/1304 am th personal representative attorney are utyerk
FILE NO.: 2004-47-CP the personal representative's attorney are set no longer responsible for any debts incurred th be 1223 RONALD ROBBINS
DIVISION: PROBATE forth below. by anyone other than myself. All creditors of the decedent and other persons 9201 TAYLOR ROAD
IN RE: ESTATE OF: All creditors of the decedent and other per- /s/Robert Eueneaving claims or demands against decedent's ICE OF APPLICATION FORTAX DEED
O O ^ CS T rEueeAasestate on whom a copy of this notice is re- NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED T
OLA JACKSON sons having claims or demands against dece- 12/23, 30,1/6,13 quired to be served must file their claims withThe holder of the following certificate has filed
dent's estate on whom a copy of this notice Is red t e eed mut fie thr said certificate for a tax deed to be issued
Deceased, required to be served must fife their claims this court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS LACRETIA BARRINGTON said certificate for a tax deed to be issued
with this court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 PUBLIC NOTICE AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLICA- 606 S.W. FREEDOM ROAD thereon. The certificate number and year of is-
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 The Lafayette County Commission will hold a THE DATEOF SERVICE OF A COPY OF the names in which it was assessed are as fol-
The administration of the estate of OLA O. DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A regular scheduled meeting on Monday, Janu- THIS NOTICE ON THEM. The holder of the following certificate has filed lows:
JACKSON, deceased, whose date of death COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. ary 10, 2005 at 9 a.m.The meeting will be held said certificate for a tax deed to be issued
was May 25, 2004, and whose Social Securi- in the Commissioners meeting room on the All other creditors of the decedent and other thereon.The certificate number and year of is- Certificate No.: 00-231
ty Number is 261-38-8973, is pending in the All other creditors of the decedent and other second floor of the Lafayette County Court- persons having claims or demands against suance, the description of the property, and Year of Issuance: 2001
Circuit Court for LAFAYETTE County, Florida, persons having claims or demands against house in Mayo, Florida. Listed below is an decedent's estate must file their claims with the names in which it was assessed are as
Probate Division, the address of which is Post decedent's estate must file their claims with agenda for the meeting, this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE follows: DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY
Office Box 88, Mayo, Florida 32066. The this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OFTHE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS Parcel ID 4
names and addresses of the personal repre- DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF By order of: NOTICE. Certificate No.: 00-186 34-07-14-0037-0000-00870
tentative and the personal representative's at- THIS NOTICE. C roman ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOR- LEG. 00033 ACRES,
tomey are set forth below. Chairman ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOR- LEG. 0002.33 ACRES,
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOR- 1. all to Order at 9 a.m. PER B arcel ID # OAKS, UNIT 1, PB A. P. 33-A, PUBLIC
a creditorlms of the decedent and other per- EVER BARRED. 2. Invocation and pledge to flag NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIOD 34-07-14-0037-0000-00600 RECORDS, LAFAYETTE COUNTY, FLORI-
sons having claims or demands against dece- DA. OR BK 59 P73; OR BK43 P 141-144; OR
dent's estate on whom a copy of this notice is NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIOD 3. Approve the minutes SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED (2) DA. OR BK 59 73; OR BK 43 P. 141-144; OR
required to be served must file their claims SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED (2) 4. Specialneeds from the community YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECE- LEG. 0001.26 ACRES, BK 123P. 100-102; OR BK 139 P.317, OR BK
with this court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECE- 5. Barry Bennett-Suwannee River Water Man- DENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. LOT 60, MAJESTIC SUWANEE RIVER 151 P 343-347
MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST DENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED, agement District The date of the first publication of this notice is OAKS, UNIT 1, PB A. P 33-A, PUBLIC
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 The date of the first publication of this notice is 6. D.O.T Representatives-Discuss proposed December 30, 2004. RECORDS, LAFAYETTE COUNTY, FLORI NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED
DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A December 30, 2004. road projects. DA. OR BK 43 P. 141-144; OR BK 65 P 92;
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. 7. Lewis Sessions-Address the Board con- Attorney for Personal Representative: OR BK 69 P. 631. CONRAD SEASHOLTZ
Attorney for Personal Representative: cerning renaming the Mayo Community DARREN JACKSON 3208 N.W. 29TH LANE
All other creditors of the decedent and other DARRENJACKSON Recreation Complex. Attorney for Edward and Lester Thomas NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED JENNINGS, FLORIDA 32053
8. Address concerns regarding N.E. Lantana Florida Bar No, 145386
persons having claims or demands against Attorney for Mitchell Land Road P B.o 1690 WALTER BAYNARD AND COMPANY Said property being in the County of Lafayette,
decedent's estate must file their claims with Florida Bar No. 145386 Road. P0 Box 1690 WALTER BAYNARD AND COMPANY Said property being in the County of Lafayette,
decedents courestat WITH file their claims with Florida Bar No 145386 9. Public hearing-hiring procedure at Public Mayo, Florida 32066 O. BOX 485 State of Florida. Unless such certificate shall
this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE PO Box 1690 Works(1am) Mayo, CHIEFLAND, FLORIDA 32644 be redeemed according to law the property
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS Mayo, Florida 32066 Works (10 am.) Telephone: 386-294-5151 CHEFLAND, FLORDA 32644 bde e d according to law the presold to
NOTICE. Telephone: 386-294-5151 10. HC.R.A. applications 12/30-1/6-2-D described in such certificate shall be sold to
NOTICE. Telephone: 36-294-5151 11: Conrad Bishop Various Items 'Said property being 'in the County of the highest bidder in the County Commission-
12/30-1/6-2-ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOR- 12 Department Heads Various Items Lafayette, State of Florida. Unless such cer- ers meeting room at the Lafayette County
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOR- 13. Approve the December EMS/SW billing re- tificate shall be redeemed according to law Courthouse on Wednesday, February 2, 2005
EVER BARRED ports NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED the property described in such certificate shall at 11 a.m.
pNOTWITHSTANDIUBLIC NOTICE 14. Update on the new library; parking, be sold to the highest bidder in the County
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIOD drainage, etc. RONALD ROBBINS Commissioners meeting room at the Lafayette Dated this 14th day of December, 2004.
SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED Notice is hereby given that the Board of Coun- 15. Update on renovating the old library nto 9201 TAYLOR ROAD County Courthouse on Wednesday, February Ricky Lyons
TWO (2) YEARS, OR MORE AFTER THE ty Commissioners of Lafayette County, Florida the Sheriffs Office complex SEFENER, FLORIDA 33584 2, 2005 at 11 a.m. Clerk of Circuit Court
DECEDENTS DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. at their meeting to be held January 10, 2005, 16. Approve the bills. Lafayette County, Florida
So f p o at 10:30 o'clock will consider the following: 17. New business The holder of the following certificate has filed Dated this 14th day of December, 2004. By: Annette Lawson,
The date of first publication of this notice is 18. Adjourn said certificate for a tax deed to be issued Ricky Lyons Deputy Clerk
December 30, 2004. The Board will consider a new policy and thereon. The certificate number and year of is- Clerk of Circuit Court 12/23-1/13-4-D
whether to pass a policy whereby the Board ALL MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC ARE WEL- suance, the description of the property, and Lafayette County, Florida
Personal Representative: will accept applications for jobs with the Coun- COME TO ATTEND. NOTICE IS FURTHER the names in which it was assessed are as fol- By: Annette Lawson,
MARTHA DREW HUMPHRIES ty Public Works Department once a year and HEREBY GIVEN, PURSUANT TO FLORIDA lows: Deputy Clerk
Post Office Box 1421 keep those applications on record for one STATUE 286.0105, THAT ANY PERSON OR 12/23-1/13-4-D
Mayo, Florida 32066 year, at the end of the year the applications PERSONS DECIDING TO APPEAL ANY Certificate No.: 00-148 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
will be purged and the Board will accept new MATTER CONSIDERED AT THIS PUBLIC Year of Issuance: 2002
Attorney for Personal Representative: applications for the coming year. HEARING WILL NEED A RECORD OF THE LACRETIA BARRINGTON
Attorney for MARTHA DREW HUMPHRIES. The Public Works Director of Lafayette Coun- THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OF THE PRO- Parcel ID # MAYO, FLORIDA 32066
Florida Bar No. 0075779 ty shall hire from said above applications CEEDING IS MADE WHICH RECORD IN- 04-07-14-0045-0000-00190 LACRETIA BARRINGTON
Post Office Box 1388 CLUDES THE TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE 606 SW FREEDOM ROAD The holder of the following certificate has filed
Mayo, Florida 32066 The proposed policy may be inspected by the UPON WHICH THE APPEAL IS TO BE LEG. 0001.64 ACRES, E. 1/2 OF LOT 19, MAYO, FLORIDA 32066 said certificate for a tax deed to be issued
Telephone: (386) 294-1688 public at the Clerk of the Circuit Court's Office BASED. SUWANNEE RIVER COUNTRY, PB A P 35- thereon.The certificate number and year of is-
12/30-1/6-2-D at the Lafayette County Courthouse, Mayo, 1/6-1-D 36, PUBLIC RECORDS, LAFAYETTE CO., FL. The holder of the following certificate has filed suance, the description of the property, and
Lafayette County, Florida. OR BK 60 P. 537; OR BK 158 P. 87-88. said certificate for a tax deed to be issued the names in which it was assessed are as fol-
thereon. The certificate number and year of is- lows:
All members of the public are welcome to at- NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED suance, the description of the property, and
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFTHETHIRD tend. Notice is further hereby given, pursuant IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFTHETHIRD the names in which it was assessed are as fol- Certificate No.: 00-184
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR to Florida Statute 286.0105, that any person JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR RALPH AND ALICE COGAN lows: Year of Issuance: 1998
LAFAYETTE COUNTY, FLORIDA or persons deciding to appeal any matter con- LAFAYETTE COUNTY, FLORIDA 3823 W. WAITING LANE
Case. # 2004-49-CP sidered at this public hearing will need a Case. # 2004-48-CP NNELION FLORIDA 34433 Certificate No.: 00189 DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY:
record of the hearing and may need to ensure Year of Issuance: 1998 Parcel ID #
IN RE:The Estate of: that a verbatim record of the proceedings is IN RE:The Estate of: Said property being in the County of Lafayette, 34-07-14-0037-0000-00470
made, which record includes the testimony State of Florida. Unless such certificate shall DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY:
JAMES B. LAND and evidence upon which the appeal is to be GARY L.THOMAS be redeemed according to law the property de- Parcel ID # LEG. 0001.75 ACRES,
Decedent based. Decedent scribed in such certificate shall be sold to the 34-07-14-0037-0000-00730 LOT 47, MAJESTIC SUWANEE RIVER
NOTICE TO CREDITORS DATED this 17th day of Dec., 2004, by RICKY NOTICE TO CREDITORS highest bidder in the County Commissioners LEG. 0001.OAKS, UNIT 1, P A. 33-A, PUBLIC
LYONS, Clerk of the Circuit Court and Clerk of meeting room at the Lafayette County Court- LEG. 0001.27ACRES, RECORDS, LAFAYETTE COUNTY, FLORI-
NTL 7LYONS, Clerk of the Circuit Court and Clerk of Ws y Fe 2 O LO 73, MAJESTIC SUWANEE RIVER DA.OR BK 43 P141-144; OR BK 65 P92 OR
The administration of the estate of JAMES B. the Board of County Commissioners of The administration of the estate of GARY L. house on Wednesday, February 2, 2005 at 11 OAKT 7UNIT 1, PB A. P. 33-A, PUBLIVER BK 469 P. 631.
LAND, deceased, whose date of death was Lafayette County, Florida. THOMAS, deceased, whose date of death a.m. RECORDS, LAFAYETTE COUNTY, FLORI-
October 28, 2004, and whose Social Security 12/30-1/6-2-D was April 20, 2004, and whose Social Secur- of Dcember, 2004. DA. OR BK 35 P. 727; OR BK 85 P 121. NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED
Number is 265-20-8447, Is pending in the Cir- ty Number is 265-28-5535, is pending in theICH ASSESSED WALTER BAYNARD AND COMPANY
cult Court for Lafayette County, Florida, Pro- Circuit Court for Lafayette County, Florda, Ricky Lyons
Probate Division, the address of which is P Clerk of Circuit CoR BAYNARD AND COMPANY
BRANDON, FLORIDA 33510-3834 Said property being in the County of Lafayette,
State of Florida. Unless such certificate shall
S ,: Said property being in the County of Lafayette, be redeemed according to law the property
"' J r I i l State of Florida. Unless such certificate shall described in such certificate shall be sold to
be redeemed according to law the property the highest bidder in the County Commission-
described in such certificate shall be sold to ers meeting room at the Lafayette County
ers meeting room at the Lafayette County
Choose from 17 aggresse stock Donkeys. the highest bidder in the County Commission- Courthouse on Wednesday, February 2, 2005
er meeting room at the Lafayette County at 11 a.m.
Make your cattle herd safe from predator, these Courthouse on Wednesday, February 2, 2005
donkeys come from herd that has been bred on the at 11 a.m. Dated this 14th day of December, 2004.
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Health County Officials sworn in The quest for good health

Continued From Page 1A records the miles you log '
each week with a big gold
walks together. This plan star declaring you a win-
has the added benefit of ner is good. Be sure to in- ,.."V
using the time to talk with clude everyone from the ..
family and friends while baby to the grandpas and
enjoying the wonder of grandmas.
nature. You could ride As warmer weather ap-
bikes, skate or jog, the list preaches the river, .
is endless and has proven springs, beaches and
to all be beneficial as long pools offer perfect oppor-
as it gets you moving. If tunities to get in shape.
joining the gym appeals Swimming, boating, ski- Shelbi McCall, daughter of Sheriff Carson and Sharon Mc-
to your family, that's ing, or simply throwing a Call passed out the morning schedule to guests for the
available at Mayo Fitness. fishing line tones the "Swearing In" ceremony.
As most everyone body. Do remember to 0
knows the hardest part to protect your skin with Lindsey Geiger (L) and Alicia Smith (R) appear to be hav-
ing a fun time as they start the year out on the treadmill at
good health is the first sunscreen as you engage Mayo Fitness. The local gym offers several programs to
step when life-long habits in any outdoor activity improve your health through exercise.
may have to be broken, whatever time of the year.
routines changed and Good health is for
junk food eliminated. everyone, so get started,
Keeping your .goals in remembering to consult
view by charting your ac- your doctor before begin- Reporter's note: The Mayo Free Press prints the entire arrest
complishments helps, ning if you have a health record as received. If your name appears here and you are later
such as a chart that condition. found not guilty or the charges are dropped, we will be happy to
make note of this in the newspaper when judicial proof is pre-
sented to us by you or the authorities.
Bronson Dec. 22- Robert Brown, 33, 826 E Main St., Mayo.
Charged with grand theft/dealing in stolen property. Ar-
resting officer Sgt. Alan Ellis. Released on $3000 bond.
Prior to joining, ask Dec. 22- Jackie Shiver, 39, Rt. 3 Box 248, Mayo. Charged
with grand theft/dealing in stolen property. Arresting of-
writing; if the facility about the club's cancella-Ellis.
moves more than five dri- tion policy should you Dec. 25- Herman Watson, 30, PO Box 282, Mayo.
ving miles away from the move or become physi- Charged with DUI/refusal to sign summons. Arresting of-
original location and fails cally unable to use the fa- ficer FHP Trooper Sandlin. ROR per Judge Land
Sto provide, within 30 cility. Dec. 27- Robert Moore, 36, 326 Monroe St., Mayo.
days, a facility of equal Before signing up, visit Charged with VOP (child abuse). Arresting officer Dep.
qualitylocated within the the club during the hours Dep Chris Land.
five miles; if a person be- you intend to use it to de- Dec. 27- Joseph Olvia, 35, PO Box 51, McAlpin. Charged
comes physically unable termine whether it is with no registration on vehicle/VOP (federal). Arresting
to use most of the services overcrowded and the officer FHP Trooper Floyd. Released to US Marshall.
for which they contract- 'equipment you plan to Dec. 29- Charles Jolly, 36, 5508 266th St. Branford.
ed, until the disability use is available. Charged with burglary of a dwelling/burglary of a con-
ends. Find out if any of the veyance/theft/uttering forgery/petit theft. Arresting offi-
Bronson also recom- services offered require cer FHP Trooper Floyd. Released on $3000 bond.
mends consumers follow an additional fee. Dec. 29- Fawn Zuniga, 20, 115 SE Malone Ave., Apt. 604,
these tips before signing a Bronson said it is im- Mayo. Charged with battery. Arresting officer Capt. John
contract: portant to read proposed Young. ROR per Judge Land.
Call the Department's contracts thoroughly and Dec. 29- Kenton Blake,.22, PO Box 163, Mayo. Charged
helpline at 1-800- make sure you et all with trespassing occupied dwelling. Arresting officer
helpline at A (1-800-435- promises sumade you get all Capt. John Young. ROR per Judge Land. P U b l i x. $5.00 Off Family Night
HELP7352 LA (1-800-435- promisesmade by club Dec. 31- Jack D. Sullivan, 25, 8515 Beach Rd. Perry. .w. .... :j "-3 ....I CE '. .......
7352) to make sure the personnel in writing. Ask ,o .. .... ...... 0 .
7352) to make sure the personnel in writing. Ask Charged with DUI/driving while license suspended. Ar- .. .. .....
health studio is registered questions to make sure resting officer Dep. Chris Land. Released on $3000 bond. .. ..: .. ..
and to check its com- you understand the terms Jan. 1- Johnny Cothron, 44, 68 NE 375th Ave. Old Town.
plaint history. of your membership. Charged with possession of firearm by convicted felon.
Find out if the studio For Information: Arresting officer FWC Boone. Released on $3000 bond.
has posted a bond with Liz Coinpton Jan. 1- Sergio Alcantara, 25, Williams Trailer Park #6,
the Department, as most (850) 488-3022 Mayo. Charged with no valid driver license. Arresting of-
that collect fees in ad- comptol@doacs.state.fl.us ficer FHP Trooper Gill. Released on $500 bond.

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three activities during the tion Center, 306 NE First Home Educators meet Wednesday, 11:15 a.m. at
summer, as well as a week Avenue, Jasper. For more first Thursday of every the fellowship hall of Bethel
.-. of Day Camp. info, call 386-792-1300. month. If you are looking Missionary Baptist Church.
Disabled American Vet- Hamilton County Coun- for a strong home school Go West on US 90 seven
erans Chapter #126 Sec- cil on Aging, Inc. Needs support group please con- miles from 1-75, and 1-1/2
S* ond Thursday, 6 p.m., 226 volunteer drivers for the tact Pat at 386-364-1734. miles from the
Parshley St., S.W. Call 386- home-delivered meals pro- Live Oak Garden Club Columbia/Suwannee Coup-
362-1701. gram. If you enjoy helping Monthly from Sept.-May. ty line. 12 miles from Live
Florida Gateway Char- others and are interested or The Morning Glories day Oak. For more info call
0 ter Chapter of the Ameri- need more information, group-third Friday and the 386-397-1254 or e-mqil
aln a /InitV can Business Women's As- please contact Dorsey Night Bloomers night MOMSClubofLiveOak-
S* l sociation will hold their Stubbs at Council onAging, group-third Tuesday, 1302 LakeCityFl@alltel.net
S regular meeting on the sec- 1509 S.W. First Street in S.W. Eleventh Street, Live Nursing Mom's Group -
S _' ale aond Thursday of each month Jasper or call 386-792- Oak. Second Friday, 10 a.m.,
C at 6 p.m. For more informa- 1136. Live Oak Senior Citi- Suwannee River Regioral
S tion please call Laura Skow Hamilton County Devel- zens meet at 11 a.m., first Library. Call Michelle, 386-
386-362-2086. Our web opment Authority meets Monday of the month at the 776-2955, for more infor-
s' / O site: www.abwa.org. the second Thursday, at 7 Exhibition II Building, Col- mation.
S2005/ Friends of Suwannee p.m., at the Visitors Infor- iseum Complex, 1302 SW Remembering the Loss
SRiver State Park monthly mation Center, 306 NE First, Eleventh St., Live Oak. of Your Baby An open
board meeting are held the Avenue, Jasper. For more Members have the opportu- support group for families
a second Tuesday of the info, call 386-792-6828. nity to take part in escorted who have experienced the
0 a e month at 7 p.m. at the Hamilton County tours. For more info, call loss of a baby through mis-
Suwannee River State Park. Tourist Development Lula Herring at 386-364- carriage, ectopic pregnancy,
For info, contact Member- Council meets the second .1510. stillbirth, newborn death or
ship Chair Walter Schoen- Wednesday, at 12 noon, at Suwannee Valley Hu- termination due to fetal ab-
Monthly Meetings gional Library, South Ohio fielder 850-971-5354 or e- the Visitors Information mane Society Animal Shel- normality or maternal con-
Allen Boyd (D-North Ave. Call Clair McLauchlin mail wbs@surfbest.net Center, 306 NE First Av- ter The monthly meeting plications. Group meets the
Florida)en Boyd (D-North Ave.t 386-3 4 r chan Girl Scout Leaders enue, Jasper. For more info, will be held on the second first Thursday of each
Third Wednesday, City Buffington at 3386-364- First Monday, 7 p.m. Girl call 386-792-6828. Monday of the month at month, 11:30 a.m. 1 pni.,
CoThird Wednesda, City 59But Scouts of Gateway Council Home and Community noon at the shelter. For at Hospice of North Central
Council Chambers, City 5985. will meet at the Woman's Educators (HCE) the more information, contact Florida, North Building
Haiv, 9:3101 SE W t e Ave., Branord Cameraet 70 Club. Call Mary Check-Ca- council meets on the first the toll-free number: 866- Counseling Room, 4305
Live Oak, 9:30-11:30 a.m. Regular club meetings 7:30 on 386-362-4475. Friday of the month at 9:30 Adoptl2 (866-236-7812). NW 90th Blvd.,
You may reach Congress- p.m., third Thursday, Bran- Hamilton County Gov- a.m. at the Suwannee Coun- Located on Bisbee Loop Gainesville. To register or
man Boyd by calling 202- ford Library, Contact 6 -9- ernmental Monthly Meet- ty Extension Office, Colise- (use the south entrance). In for more information con-
225-5235 or his web site at olyn Hogue 386-935-2044. ings Bellville Volunteer um Complex, Eleventh Lee off CR 255, Madison tact Cheryl Bailey at Hos-
www.house.gov/Boyd. Con- Cub Scout Pack No. 408 ings Bellville Volunteer um Complex, Eleventh Lee off CR 255, Madison tact Cheryl Bailey at Hos-
www.house.gov/Boyd. Con- Cub Scout Pack No. 408 Fire/Rescue executive Street, Live Oak. They wel- County. pice of North Central Flori-
gressman Boyd's staff visit Committee -meetsmonthly FireRescue executive Street, Live Oak. They wel- County. pice of North Central Flori-
so that thepeople of Suwan- on the second Tuesday, 6:30 board: second Monday of come new members. For Live Oak, Suwannee da at 352-692-5107 or 800-
nee County have the oppor- p. m., at the Live Oak each month at 7 p.m. further information call County Recreation Board 816-0596.
tneeounty e to d s in person Chuch of Chrst, 17 In Hamilton County Alco- 386-362-2771. of Directors Second Tues- SHINE- Serving Health
tunity tof donscun to them. Ave (R 51 South). Anyone hol and Other Drug Pre- Jasper City Council day, 5:45 p.m.at the Suwan- Insurance Needs of Elders
issues of concern to them Ave (SR 51 South). Anyone vention Coalition meet Meeting Second Monday, nee Parks & Recreation of- Volunteers are needed ib
h a s been trained to assistaff interested. Call Alan Stefanik, fourth Wednesday, 9:30 6 p.m., Jasper City Hall. fices on Silas Drive. your area to assist elders
has been trained to bassist tend. Call Alinan, 3 ika.. 11 a.m., at the Hamil- Jasper Lions Club Meet- MADD Dads Third and their caregivers receive
constitues related to variety Committee Chair362-3032, e-man, ton County School Board ing Second and fourth Thursday at 7 p.m. at the information and assistance
of issues related to varies 2- 32 c h airpac 8.nt meeting room, JRE Lee Ad- Tuesday, 7 p.m., Roosters Suwannee County Court- on health insurance and
fedeportant to the Congressman or visit r@pack's website: ministrative Complex, Diner. Call Jim Taitt for fur- house. Medicare. Comprehensive
that his staff makenthem- www.pack408.net, for addi- Jasper. For more info, con- their. information at 386- Man To Man Group training is provided by the
selves ava able for those tonal information. The tact Grace McDonald at 938-3582. Meets regularly at 7 p.m., Florida Department of Elder
who are notable to tra tho Tiger, Wolf, Bears, and We- 386-938-4911 or e-mail mc- Jennings Town Council second Thursday each Affairs. This service is pro-
either his. Panama City or belos dens (grades one W- donaldgl@alltel.net Meeting First Tuesday, 7 month at the Marvin E. vided at no charge. Call ie
either his. Panama City or belos dens (grades one Hamilton County Board p.m., Jennings Town Hall. Jones Building, Dowling Elder Helpline toll-free at
Tallahassee offices. five) meet every Thursday of Commissioners First MainStreet Hamilton Park. Each program is free 800-262-2243.
Alzheimer's support at the church, 6:30 8 p. m.,
Group Third Thursday, when school is in session. In .Tuesday, 9 a.m., and third County, Inc. Third'Thurs- of charge and refreshments SHINE (Serving Health
Marvin E Jones Building, lieu of a den meeting, Tuesday at 6 p.m., County day, MainStreet Office, are provided. For further in- Insurance Needs of El-
DoM ing Park, 3:30o p.m. the pack meetirig isheldon Commissioners' Board Jasper, 6 p.m. formation, call the Ameri- ders) Branford Library,
Dowjl indy Erskin at 3 86 the purth Tursdy at thed on Room, courthouse, Jasper. School Board Fourth can Cancer Society at 800- US 129 North, Branford, 9-
65Call-5700.y Ersk at 386- thsame fourth Thursday atce during Hamilton County Tuesday, 6 p.m. ACS-2345 or the local of- 11 a.m. first Wednesday of
658-570. se time and place dn Chamber of Commerce, White Springs Town fice at 888-295-6787 (Press every month. Elders anqd
i7 Aatlist eThrgions Post wh2 meets a rds, its angtbp Inc. meets first Thursday, Council Meeting: Third 2) EXt. 114. their caregivers in Suwani-
p.m., Suwannee River 1Re- fun. The pack hold two or at 6 p.m., Visitors Informa- Tuesday, 7 p.m., White Market Days" Advent nee County who are trying
p.m., Suwannee River Re- fun. The pack hold tworings Town Hall. Christian Village, first Sat- to understand Medicare and
I Can Cope Educational urday, 8 a.m. 1 p.m. Space other health insurance pro-
support group for any type on first-come, first-serve grams can receive help from
of cancer for patients, fami- basis, $5 each. Village the Florida Department of
lies and friends. Third Tues- Square shops open. Call the Elder Affairs' SHINE (Serv-
S'' '' day, 7 p.m., Marvin E. Jones Lodge Office 386-658- ing Health Insurance Needs
I '.:' ." Building, Dowling Park. 5200. of Elders) Program. Spe-
Call Cindy 386-658-5700. McAlpin Community cially trained SHINE volun-
Leona 4-H Community Club Regular monthly teers help Medicare recipi-
ATTENTION NEW CAR 1 TRUCK BUYERSI Club First Monday, 7 meetings are held on the ents make informed deci-
B y p.m., home of Avon and second Monday at 7 p.m., sions about their health in-
DP /M APR Betty Hicks, 6107 180th St., beginning with a covered -surance and Medicare Pre-
TO % APR McAlpin. Call Betty Hicks dish dinner. Everyone is scription Drug Cards.
SFINANCIN at 386-963-4205 or Pam welcome. The purpose of SHINE volunteers also in-
11Nettles at 386-963-1236. the Club is to acquaint form seniors about free and
'm -Lion's Club Farm Bu- members of the community discounted prescription
IM7 5 0oo REBATE! reau. meeting room, 7 p.m., with all the services that are drug programs and eligibili-
Ssecond Tuesday and fourth available in the County. For ty requirements. This se-
Tuesday. Call Richard info on scheduled speakers, vice is provided at ,no.
Tucker 386-963-4577. call Grant Meadows Jr., charge. For more info,or if
Live Oak Artist Guild 386-935-9316 or Shirley you can't travel to the site,
NDASSOCIATES 7 p.m., first Tuesday, St. Jones, 386-963-5357: For contact the Elder Helplire
We Are Luke's Episcopal Church.. info on renting the building, toll-free at 800-262-2243,
iJ Contact Don Strickland at call Kristie Harrison at 386- Monday Friday 8:30 a.m:-
386-362'-5146. 364-3400. 4;30 p.m.
oftessiona Grade Live Oak Christian MOMS Club Second SHINE (Serving Health
Insurance Needs of Ei-
.. .,'\....ders) -'Advent Christian
Village Dowling Park -
Schedule appointment with
SHINE counselor by calling
... ii'P '.'* :386-658-3333 or 386-658-
"' 5329. Elders.and their care-
givers in Suwannee County
8.2 .. th, Swho are trying to under-
Fuelforthe oulstand Medicare and other
health insurance programs
can receive help from the
Florida Department of Elder
Affairs' SHINE (Serving
':"- 'Health Insurance Needs of
S .2 "-..S Elders) Program. Specially
trained SHINE volunteers
04 GMC Canyon 04 GMC 1500 SLE 04 GMC Yukon SLE help Medicare recipients
Crew Cab 4x4 .. make informed decisions
about their health insurance
c' M l r Url~,kllWlt.... d ,! and Medicare Prescriptibn
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about free and discounted
OfRoad, Pkg. Loaded, Leather, Sunroof prescription drug programs
Very Low Miles! Nice, Very Low Miles 4SaVi s0 10 Offl l and eligibility requirements.
This service is providedat
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Sif you can't travel to the
site, contact the Elder
an Helpline toll-free at 800-
wsors 262-2243, Monday Friday
,, q BobBmrwn 8:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. ,
u s a 362"4012 --voo_ .OU RS "" SHINE (Serving Health
Service Departmen. Hours: MonF.r:3o HOURS Monday-Friday 1
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Continued From Page 2C Insurance Needs of El- extension offices. Dowling Ave., Live Oak, $5 Al-Anon/Mayo Al-Anon ship hall on US 129 North,
ders) Mayo Library, SR Suwannee Chapter of per person for meal and Group: meets each Thurs- Live Oak (next to Walt's
Insurance Needs of El- 51, Mayo, 12:30-2:30 p.m. the Florida Trail Associa- meeting. day, 8 p.m., Mayo Manna Ford). Parking is between
ders) Live Oak Suwan- first Wednesday of every tion Second Monday, 7 Suwannee Valley Ge- House, Pine Street for church and cemetery on
nee River Regional Library, month. Elders and their p.m., Suwannee River Wa- nealogical Society First family members and friends church property or along US
US 129 South, 12:30-2:30 caregivers in Lafayette ter Management District. Thursday, 7 p.m., Wilbur St. to show support. For more 129 North. This not a church
p.m. second Monday of County who are trying to For more information, call Live Oak (behind Mizell's). info call Barbara 386-294- sponsored event. For more
every month. Elders and understand Medicare and Don Neale 386-362-4850 or Open Tuesdays and Thurs- 3348 or Marcia 386-208- info, call Carla at 386-364-
their caregivers in Suwan- other health insurance pro- Sylvia Dunnam 386-362- days, 9 a.m.-12 p.m. and 1- 1008. 4756. Visit web site at
nee County who are trying grams can receive help from 3256. 5 p.m. Phone 386-330- Alcoholics Anonymous http://groups.yahoo.com/grou
to understand Medicare and the Florida Department of Suwannee County 0110. Branford meets Tuesday p/SuwanneeSingles/
other health insurance pro- Elder Affairs' SHINE Tourist Development Suwannee Valley Quil- and Friday, 7:30 p.m., Bran- Narcotics Anonymous -
'grams can receive help from (Serving Health Insurance Council Fourth Tuesday, 1 ters First and third Thurs- ford United Methodist The Gratitude Group Meet-
the Florida Department of Needs of Elders) Program. p.m., Chamber of Com- day, 10 a.m. Jane-386-776- Church, Express and Henry ings held Monday, 7 p.m., at
Elder Affairs' SHINE Specially trained SHINE merce Building, 816 S. 2909 after 4 p.m. St., Branford. For more info St. Luke's Episcopal Church,
(Serving Health Insurance volunteers help Medicare Ohio Ave., P.O. Drawer C., Suwannee Valley Kennel call 386-935-2242 or Dis- 1391 S.W. Eleventh St. (in the
'Needs of Elders) Program. recipients make informed Live Oak, Fla. 32064 Club Third Tuesday, 7:30 trict 16 Help Line toll-free back), Live Oak, FL 32060.
'Specially trained SHINE decisions about their health Suwannee County Cat- p.m., Hospitality and Recre- 800-505-0702. Over Eaters Anonymous -
"volunteers help Medicare insurance and Medicare tlemen's Association national Building, Columbia Alcoholics Anonymous We care. Meets Mondays
-'recipients make informed Prescription Drug Cards. Third Thursday, 6:30 p.m., County Fairgrounds, Lake Live Oak meets Tuesday 11:35 a.m.- 12:50 p.m., Mon-
'decisions about their health SHINE volunteers also in- Farmers Co-op meeting City, P.O. Box .2013, Lake and Friday, 8 p.m., Precinct days, at Suwannee River Re-
'insurance and Medicare form seniors about free and room,. Call Herb Rogers City, Fla. 32056. Voting Building, Nobles gional Library, 129 South,
Prescription Drug Cards. discounted prescription 386-362-4118. Tobacco-Free Partner- Ferry Road, Live Oak. For Live Oak. For more info call
SHINE volunteers also in- drug programs and eligibili- Suwannee County Se- ship of Suwannee County more info, call District 16 386-364-4749.
Torm seniors about free and ty requirements. This ser- nior Citizens meet at meet quarterly, call Mary Help Line toll-free 800- Quarterback Club Meet-
-'discounted prescription vice is provided at no 10:30 a.m., first Monday of Jordan Taylor 386-362- 505-0702. ing Old Nettie Baisden
'"drug programs and eligibili- ,charge. For more info or if the month at the Exhibition 2708, ext. 232. Alcoholics Anonymous school next to the football sta-
S'ty requirements. This ser- you can't travel to the site, II Building, Coliseum Com- Vivid Visions, Inc. A Mayo Group meets Sun- dium, 6:30 p.m., every Mon-
Svice is provided at no contact the Elder Helpline plex, 1302 SW Eleventh St., shelter and outreach agency day, Monday, Wednesday day.
-'charge. For more info or if toll-free at 800-262-2243, Live Oak. For more info for victims of domestic vio- and Thursdays at 8 p.m. The Square Dance With
"you can't travel to the site, Monday Friday 8:30 a.m.- call Lula Herring at 386- lence meets the first Mon- meetings are held at Manna Vagabond Squares, Thursday,
S'contact the Elder Helpline 4:30 p.m. 364-1510. day of each month at 5:30 House, Pine Street, Mayo. 7-9:30 p.m., St. Luke's Episco-
toll-free at 800-262-2243, Small Scale Farmers Suwannee Valley p.m., Douglass Center Con- For more info call 386-294- pal Church, Newbern Road.
Monday Friday 8:30 a.m.- and Craft Designers Mar- Builders Association Sec- ference Room. All persons 2423 or District 16 Help Loyce Harrell 386-963-3225,
'4:30 p.m. ket Committee Third ond Thursday, 6 p.m., Farm interested in helping vic- Line toll-free 800-505- or Ralph Beekman, -386-752-
SHINE (Serving Health Thursday, 7 p.m., Coliseum Bureau meeting room, 407 tims of domestic violence 0702. 2544.
are encouraged to attend. Alcoholics Anonymous Suwannee River Riding
For more information, call White Springs Courage Club Membership fee $25

TipS 0r avoiding dl ry eye this w inter 386-364-5957. to Change meets Monday, per year. Team roping first and
Wellborn Community 8 p.m., Methodist Church, third Friday night. Speed
S "Dry Eye can be managed and rarely causes se- Association Second White Springs. For more events first and third Saturday
': |Srious complications, but should always be treat- Thursday, 7 p.m., Wellborn info call 386-397-1410 or night. Call 386-935-2622.
ed. "Artificial tears like those found in SYS- Community Center. Contact District 16 Help Line toll- Suwannee Valley Barber-
TANE Lubricant Eye Drops are available Bonnie Scott at 386-963- free-800-505-0702. shop Chorus- Every Tuesday,
without a prescription and are clinically proven 4952 or leave a message at Bluegrass Association Crapps Meeting Room,
to reduce both signs and symptoms of Dry Eye," 386-208-1733. WCA Saturday, Spirit of the Suwannee River Regional Li-
S' said Shachar Tauber, MD, director of Oph- (building fund)-First Sat- Suwannee Park, 6 p.m. brary, US 129 South, 7 p.m.
halmic Research Comea and Refractive urday-Blueberry Pancake Covered dish. SRBA mem- Call Fred Phillips 386-362-
Surgery at St. John's Clinic Eye Specialists in Breakfast, center of Well- bers admitted free. For info, 1886.
A.o pr^A odu Springfield, Mo. born, Andrews Square. call 386-364-1683. TOPS Take Off Pounds
Avoid products designed t r Blueberry pancakes, Bridge Club Monday, Sensibly, the Live Oak Com-
Winter. A season marked by shorter days, cool- however, as some medical professionals believe Buebey pancakes, dge Clu Mond, sensibly, the Lie Ok Co
sausage, OJ, coffee. New 6:45 p.m., Golden Corral munity Church of God, every
er temperatures, and typically more time spent these only mask symptoms and can actually ars ay c ged to J. Re, Live O For Thursday, 80 a igh-in,
,indoors The perfect season to watch movies in Years Day changed to Jan. Restaurant, Live Oak. For Thursday, 8:30 a.m.-weigh-in,
indoors. The perfect season to watch movies in cause eyes to become dryer. 8, 2005. information call 386-362- meeting -9 a.m. Barbara Crain
front of a fire, curl up with a good book or set to Remember your eyes this winter season W n Nd 3200. -3-593 o ar
work on that novel of your own that you've been whether you live, work and play in a cold or Wellborn Neighborhood 3200. 386-362-5933 or Sharon
Watch last Thursday, 7 Boy Scout Troop #693 Martin 386-364-5423.
Meaning to write all these years. Winter also is a warm environment, and protect them from dry- aday, 7 oy Scot roop Martin -
,prime season to develop the condition known as ness in the same way you take care to moisturize p.m., Blake Lowe Building, Every Monday, 7 p.m., Shrine Weight Watchers Mon-
,Dry Eye. .your skin, condition your hair and apply balm to 1517 4th -Ave., 'Wellborn. Club, Bass Road, until further day, 9:30 a.m. and 6 p.m., St.
It has been estimated that 10 to 20 percent of your lips. For more information, call notice. Call 3.86-776-2863. Luke's Episcopal. 800-651-
.the U.S. population suffers from Dry Eye. Symp- Following are tips from Alcon, Inc., the maker Bruce or Jane 386-963- Live Oak Singles Group 6000.
toms of the condition include dry, tired eyes; of SYSTANE Lubricant Eye Drops, to help 3196. meets Friday, 7:30 p.m., Live
blurriness; itchiness or scratchiness; feelings of you preserve your eye health and alleviate the Weekly Meetings Oak Christian Church fellow- SEE CALENDAR, PAGE 6C
Grittiness; burning, stinging or foreign body sen- discomfort of Dry Eye this season:
station in the eye; and sensitivity to light.' Use artificial tears such as SYSTANE Lu-
Dry Eye is especially common in winter bricant Eye Drops to alleviate discomfort and
months when air typically is dryer thanks to low protect your eyes from dryness
Precipitation levels outside and heating systems Visit your eye care professional for an annu-
indoors. Extreme cold, heat and wind can zap al eyecare exam
moisture from eyes, leaving them dry and irritat- Discard old or expired cosmetics and contact
ed. So can recycled air in airplanes, offices and lenses
gyms. Wear sunglasses outdoors and in the car to
Aging, hormonal changes, certain types of protect your eyes against harmful ultraviolet
medications, including oral contraceptives and (UV) rays
'antihistamines, extended contact lens use, Stay hydrated by drinking plenty of fluids
smoke, pollution and concentrated near work Eat right
such as staring at a computer screen for extended Avoid extremely dry, cold or windy environ-
periods of time, can also contribute to Dry Eye. ments when possible
Dry Eye occurs when there is inadequate wet- Use a humidifier in your office and home to
"ting and lubrication of the eye. Blinking is the counteract the effects of heated and recycled air
body's natural response to this condition and If you work on a computer or read for ex-
helps to spread moisture in the form of tears over tended periods of time, take frequent breaks and
the surface of the eye. The average person blinks allow your eyes to rest
'eight times per minute. That number decreases For more information on Dry Eye and protect-
Sdramatically -- by nearly half-- when we spend ing your eyes during the winter months, contact
extended periods of time reading, writing, using your eye care professional or visit www.sys-
a computer or even driving. tane.com.

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January 5-6, 2005

.386-362-1734 -- 800-525-4182i



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Owners Assn RARE!! Square 4 acres, fenced for your Six house poultry farm (2) 40x500 fully up- room w/ fireplace, large family room, breakfast
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BEAUTIFUL... Is the only way to' describe this 3/2 $335,000. Call Ronnie Poole, 362- 16 ACRES OF PASTURE LAND...
cedar home. Hardwood floors, wood burning stove, 4539. MLS#27566. .Just off SR 53, 1 1/2 mile from -10, (1) 20 (+1) ACRES -SUWANNEE COUNTY property is located a short distance from
a full length back porch over looking the lake. BRING YOUR FAMILY Has a 2/2 zoned Rural Developmenit, (business Charles Springsand a boat ramp on the Suwannee Rvr $3,350 per acre owner fnancing
Private and secluded yet minutes from all the block home on 6 acres zoned 1 home and/or residential) private & available(wner/Broker)
conveniences. $169,000. Call Irvin Dees, 362-1026, per 2 acres. Beautiful property not far secluded, two outbuildings, and well ava labia (Owner/Boker)
MLS#42463 from town just off paved road. All & septic. $65,600. Call Sylvia 2)8450(-) SUWANNEECOUNTY poprtyhasfrontageon R #49 and has scattered
U 2 1 A I o b g a L oak and pine trees.Great home site $3,000 per acre (Owne2B Proker)
Rhonda Miller, 362-4169.0ll NICE SECLUDED PROPERTY... (3 65 ACRES SUWANNEE COUNTY- property has frontage on CR #49 and has scattered
RhMLS#42462 Nte with o Rt PEs. oakand pinetrees. Great home site $3,000 per acre (Owner/Broker)
BEAUTIFUL 10 ACRES IN Would be a great homesite for those (4) 155 (+1-) ACRES SUWANNEE COUNTY gently rolling land located next to Peacock
MCALPIN '-. Just off'paved, road. wanting privacy. Approx 10'miles Springs State Park. Ideal for home site or huntlngl $2,995 per acre (Owner/Broker)
Lots of large oaks. $53,000. Call Patti from the town of Madison. $87,250. (5)210 (+1-) ACRES -SUWANNEE COUNTY- property is located on State Road #51 about 3
Wolfe, 208-3030. MLS#43004' Call, Patti Wolfe, 208-3030. miles north of the Suwannee River. Great location for home site $3,500 par acre
WANT TO OWN YOUR OWN MLS#42905 (Owner/Broker)
BUSINESS? Great. opportunity to. 1 ACRE W/A 3/2 HOME 1448 (6) 645 ACRES- MADISON COUNTY- gently rolling land with majestic hardwoods along the
purchase a commercial business sq.ft. frame home on stilts w/ storage meandering of a creek that runs through the property. Land is in 19 & 20 year old planted
VACANT & READY FOR YOU Spacious' 3 located just outside the ,CV & parking under home. All fenced on pines and has paved road frontage. Ideal for hunting, other recreational uses or home site.
bedroom home with screened front porch &: fejded .Retii-ementlCommunity. Currently a a paved road. All for $89,000. Call $2,725 peracre
ba~ck yard. Only $72,500. Call Carolyn Spilatore, video/DVD rental but other use Rhonda Miller, 362-4169. (7)674ACRES MADISONCOUNTY this tract has some cut overland, aboutl95 acres of
362-6832. MLS#41698 possible. $179,000. Call Sylvia MLS#42175 2001 planted sand pines and some beautiful hardwood hammocks surrounding the Sand Pond.
Newell, 362-5575. MLS#42745 51 ACRES Some pasture land, Ideal for deer and turkey hunting. Property is a short drive from 1-10. $1,995 per acre
2000 3/2 DWMH... With 5+ acres located on excellent paved road. (0wner/Broker)
with paved road frontage. Located in frontage. $178,500. Call Ronnie Foradditional informaton, contact '
the South end of Suwannee County. Poole, 362-4539. MLS#42392 BAYNARD WARD, KATRINA BLALOCK or CHUCK DAVIS .
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,r Golightly, 842-2470 or Ric Donovan, 30'x76' in size. Deep Hunter Green
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PRIVACY... This 5 acres is for you. dining room area. This lovely home _No i
$38,000! For this 1216 sq.ft., bldg. Zoned Close to the river and springs, this sits on 3+ acres & is shadowed by a .Corner of Hwy. 27 & Clyde Avenue, Mayo, 'Florida
Residential. Formerly a dare care center, now used parcel would be ideal for your large Pecan tree. You can also sit on Heather M. Neill, Broker
as a church. Large back yard with big shade trees. weekend getaway. Priced at .just your front porch & see your very own
328 Laura Street, Mayo. Call Anita KentHandy, $22,000, Call Irvin Dees, 362-1026. fish pond. Just minutes away from PIIOSearch the MLS at WWW.MIGHTHO USEREALTY.US: (386) 208-5394
2 MMLS#41;943 Live Oak. Ready to sell at s e MLSatW\fW.LiGHTHOUSEREALTY.US
208-5877. MLS#42089 2002 DWMH 3/2 ON 4 ACRES $120,000.00. Call Enola Golightly,
With a second 2000 3/2 SWMH for 842-2470 or Ric Donovan, 590-1298.
your mother or mother-in-law. Very www.enolagolightly.com MLS#43283
private, mostly: wooded. Both homes INVESTMENT PROPERTY... 11
are like new. If your looking for a lots, 1998 14x76 SWMH, 3/2, 12x24
relaxing atmosphere, this is the place storage shed, and 1981 12x56
for you. $95,000. Call Kerri Africano, SWMH, 3/1 1/2ba SWMH, both are
623-2341.MLS#42327 presently rented for $400 each.
DAY BREAK & SUNSET... Enjoy $59,000. Great potential. Call Glenda 5.44 ACRE CORNER LOT in Kawalquin
both and the hours between in this McCall, 776-1639. MLS#41823 Acres. Within 5 minutes of Branford and' IN THE HEART OF HORSE COUNTRY -
ROOM TO ROAM Spacious 3/2 /2 home comfortable family home, 3/2 1/2 BEST BUY IN THE AREA Great the Suwannee River. Quiet country living next-door to DeChamplain's magnificent
ROOM TO ROAM Spacious 3/2 /2 home bath 2 bath garage large screened brick building on a large lot on Hwy waiting for your site built or manufactured "Heaven's Gate Farm, 58 prime acres in
situated on 10 acres. Home has 2,600 sq.ft. with a porch & much much more. Only 129 N. Only $275,000 and owner home. $36,000.#43651. beautiful, peaceful surroundings.
total of 3,436 sq.ft. under roof. Ceramic tile in the $170,000. Call Carolyn Spilatore, financing. Call Carolyn Spilatore, Subdividable. $450,000. #43188.
great room, gas log fireplace in the Florida Room. 362-6832. MLS#42487 eves. 362-6832. MLS#38494
Stocked fish. ,pond with deck. New 30x40 steel bldg. : 4 WOODED ACRES in Suwannee
& 20x30 workshop, screened porch w/hot tub. Visit Woodlands. Between McAlpin and
www.poolerealty.com for virtual tour. $234,000. Branford. $17,500. Call Jan Fessler,
Call Irvin Dees, 362-1026. MLS#41671 364-8407. MLS#43355 OCALA NATIONAL FOREST is just a
minute away from this very 'pretty lot.
Heavily treed, in nice neighborhood, t
mile from the Rodman Reservoir 32+ CLEARED ACRES with paved road
1243F (Ocklawaha River) boat ramp and some frontage. Fenced and cross-fent p ced.
of the best fishing in Floiida! 30 minutes 200'/10" well (currently capped). Power
to downtown Oca-a. $6,800. #43665 on rope $180,290. #43363. 7-F

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FOR SALE 1996 Robalo 2120,
Madison County ARICULTURE center console w/225 Mercury
70 Acres. Hunting Tract w/20 acre w/warranty. Continental trailer. Many. .
lake and oak hammock. $2100. per extras. Asking $17,500. Call 386-
acre. Farm Equipment 362-4775.
.60 Ares. with duck pond and lots of Farm Equipment
deer and turkey. $1200. per acre. 1ST ANNUAL ICE BREAKER
Lafayette County Jan. 7-9, 2005 -
6 Ea. 20 Acre Darcels. with duck New & Old tractors, Antique Engines,
pond or sand bottom lake. Large Live Lots of Rusty bits & pieces at REALESTATE FOR RENT
Oaks. $3,000. per acre. Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park !
Suwannee River Frontaae Lots (386)364-1683 Apartments
Madison County: 150' frontage-with 0 PUBLISHE RS NOTICE
home ready to move into. $175,000. b All real estate advertising in this
newspaper is subject to the Fair
Lafayette County: 3 to choose from ; Housing Act which makes it illegal to
with septic permits, $40,000. each. 2 advertise "any preference, limitation
to choose from without septic MERCHANDISE or discrimination based on race,
permits, $30,000. each. color, religion, sex, disability, familial
status or national origin, or an
Suwannee County: 10.2 Acres with Furniture intention, to make any such
850' frontage. Very private, no septic. BEDROOM SET preference, limitation and
$250,000. discrimination'." Familial status
Gilchrist County: 8.2 Acres with in boxes, never opened. $500. living with parents or legal
275'frontage.With spring had, no 229-630-7013 custodians, pregnant women and
septic. $150,000. FOR SALE Only $300.00! Beige people securing custody of children
leather LazyBoy Reclining Sofa. under18. Formore information about this home,1
Dixie County: Without septic tanks- Great condition. Matching Recliner This newspaper will not knowingly o
to -choose $5,50.00 $30,000. each.3cha)86-3130 5. accept any advertising for real estate
3 to choose from.$30,000. each. chair $100.00 Call (386) 658-3137. accept any advertising for real estat call Kellie Shirah of Poole Realty at386-362-4539.
which is in violation of the law. Our
Call Marvin Buchanan Mis readers ,re hereby informed that all
Owner/Broker M aneu dwellings advertTsed in this Homes for Sale Help Wanted Help Wanted
(386) 294-1211 newspaper are available on an equal
*O opportunity basis, To complain of First Day wait Staff
discrimination call HUD toll-free 1- ACCOUNT PAYABLES SOS CAFE
800-669-9777. The toll-free number FOR SALE by owner-N. Suwannee NEEDED has wait staff positions open. Basic
NEW IN PLASTIC for the hearing impaired is 1-800- County. 3/2 Cypress frame home- NEEDED has wait staff positions open. Basic
MATTRESS AND BOX SPRING 927-9275 1995. 2100 sq. ft. conditioned+lg. LIVE OAK AREA math & hospitality skills a must.
Memory Foam -$499.00. screen porch & decks. Beautiful 6 ac. CALL FOR APPT: Experience preferred but will train.
PERSONAL SERICES Luxury Queen Pillow Top- of hardwood forest, high & dry. 3 min. (386) 755-1991 Apply in person @ SOS CAFE
PERSO L S S Lury Q en Pillow Top- walk to Suwannee River w/gated WAL-STAF PERSONNEL between 2pm-5pm @
$135.00 a to S aee iver DRUGSCREEN/BACKGRD Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park
Convalescent Care King Pillow Top-S200.00 access to miles of state-owned river DRUGSCREEN/BACKGRD Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park
oEQUAL HOUSIG frontage. $213,000. Call 386-362- REQ. 3076 95th Dr. Live Oak, FL
First Day Full Double Pillow Top-$115.00 OPPORTUNITY 5979 E.O.E.
229-630-7013 First Day
& Respiratory supplies at little or no Houses for Rent Mobile Homes CLASS A CDL DRIVERS Bus Drivers
t Respiratory supplies a le or no Houses for Rent -needed, two (2) years experience SUWANNEE DISTRICT
cost. Medicarneapproved supplier. First Day OWNER FINANCE required Drug Free Work Place. SCHOOLS
Extensive line of brand name E. of Branford-close to beautiful Call (386) 294-3411. Transportation Department is
products. Satisfaction Guaranteed FOR RENT Country Cottage. Itchetucknee River- 3BD/2BA MH needing dependable people for
1-800-15-157 Ext. 35, Furnished, 1 Kit.buildabelot Re S mall M h needing dependable people for
1-800-815-1577 Ext. 35 Furnished, 1 BR1 BA, LR, Kit. Small down, $625/mo. 386-758-9785 Substitute School Bus Drivers.
RECREATION Utilities furnished, no cable. Sleeps CITY MANAGER- Required: High School Diploma or
FOR SALE 2003 Honda Rancher one. No smoking, drinking, drugs on CITY OF JASPER GED, excellentriving record, and
All-time wheel drive. 2' 589 mud premises. $600. o. + 1st 2o. & sec. complete requi regents mandated
AL-time 4-wheeAl ria." 5 de. Cl 38-362-15. 61st & s. Lots The City of Jasper (pop. 2000) is by the State of Florida. We will train
tires; ITP Aluminum wheels,
EDUCATIONAL SERVICES electronic shift, 145 hrs, like brand HOUSE FOR RENT 1BR/1BA Brand requesting applications for the interested people and help them
new. $5,500.00. Call 386-330-5352. New House CHA Screened Poh, FIVE, TEN ANDTWENTY ACRE position of City Manager. acquire the CDL Class B driver's
$60/mo, 1st, last & $300. sec. dep. LOTS with well & septic. Owner Applications should be submitted in license for school bus drivers.
B0ats/Supplies PETSI 386-362-3002 'www.deasbullardbkl.com negotiable and depend on opportunity to become full time. For
SFirst Day Vacation Rentals qualifications. A Bachelor degree more information please call
First Day Vactn R tals or higher is preferred with 4 years Marianne Wood, Driver Trainer at
T FOR SALE Houseboat, 29 ft. of municipal government 386-364-3575. Please call after
LOST AN ANIMAL? WANT TO Pontoon. Self-contained. experience. An equivalent January 3, 2005 for more details.
ADOPT? Call Suwannee County stove, bed. 2001 hp. Honda 4-stroke, combination of training and 'Next class scheduled for January
Animal Control at 386-208-0072. M-F tilt & trim. $6000. OBO. Call 727-421- experience may be accepted. 10, 2005.
from 8 a.m.- 5p.m. 5207 or 727-526-0622. Professional managerial or
rom 8 a..- 5p.m. 207 or 727526-0622. EMPLOYMENT financial experience may be maintenance
substituted on a year for year basis HELP WANTED maintenance man
North Carolina. Easy access, great Help Wanted for the education and experience with knowledge of plumbing, electric
-A you curious about the value view, 10 nin to Magte ley. nin. requirement. Work experience and carpentry. Tools required.
S. curious about theo t. Ch nierokee 2 min to ParL ay, t o y erust show successful professional Transportation a iust Drug- frie
S1w il n your property? Mountain Stream' with plChlt6tr 'rea, Administrative maiagrm8nt and interpersonal workplace.
Fireplace, Sleeps 10. All Amenities. Assistant II relations skills. The successful Call (386) 330-2567
Call Amy now for a FREE $500/wk, $1600/mo. (386) 330-420 (Pending Classifcaton) applicant will be required to live
3)Lucy 75 within the city limits of Jasper. The Clerical
no obligation marketing analysis! ae city manager reports to a five FRONT OFFICE
When professionalism and experience State position available with ourts member City Council. The Mayor Peole deals oriented, time,
of 'the. Third Juditial Circuit to and Vice Mayor are chosen by the flexble & details oriweekends
matter.... Call Amy, she is the right provide administrative assistance City Council. The city managers leiti open as nd ekends
choice in today's world-wide market. in mediation services. Prefer responsible for the day to day d good phone voice needed.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE minimum of five years of operations of the city. The city Call ask for Toni before
progressively more responsible provides full services including applying in person
Realtor 3 64-5 lF Knowledge and/or experience in gas, water, wastewater collection (386)364-1683
Realtor 386-364-1576 oNce FOR SALEW/OWNER FINANCING asn twa te waste rr Ilecton (386)E364-1683
366364 5 1A.ulbeonaS 2 court procedures and programs, and treatment, parks/ recreation, E.O.E.
S wu u.NonrhCtralFlaRealEstat.com 1 AC. buildable lot near SR 247 particularly in the field of street maintenance and garbage _
$12,000. 2 AC. buildable lot near SR mediation, preferred. Must have collection. Send resume to Mr. Driver
t247 $20,000. 4 AC. lot off 137 on knowledge of standard Matthew Hawkins, Mayor, City of GOD TRANSPORT
S o u th ern S y ey 90 near Madison Co. line $12,500. office equipment and computer Jasper, Florida 32052. Only experience, clean MVR. Home on
35th p$30,00 0. u 23 C.loU atedisoftrave. p Tce asewll as Ja r 28 W HaTte Se i s Cs A C 2 yea
f F da, I386) 935-2301. related software. The ability to resumes received by January 31, the weekends. FL/GA. Call 386-362-
OWNER FINANCE communicate well and practice 2005 will 'be considered. Evaluation 2130
Jasper 4BD/2&1/2BA DWMH on 1 discretion required. Annual Salary of applicants will begin as son as
ACRE, NICE PRIVACY, Lg. Front & $29,142.60. Resumes must be resumes are received. Resumes First Day
u Rear decks, fireplace, new received by Jan. 12, 2005. received are public record. The City
carpet.Sm. down & $750/mo. of Jasper is an equal opportunity Drivers
Call (386) 758-9785 Submit resume w/State of Florida employer. Company Drivers Needed
529 S. Ohio Ave., Live Oakc, FL OWNER FINANCE application to: 2 yrs. Experience. Must be at least
Bus. 386-362-1389 Fax: (386) 362-6131 OBrien -Spacious 3BR/2BA on HumanResources ed 23 years old. Drug free workplace.
S.C. Sullivan (386) 362-1389, Evening 362-2990 2.03 acres. Beautiful Oak Trees Sm. Lake City, FL 32056 Must have Class A CDL. 386-208-
Realtor Assoc. M. Elizabeth Elliott, Evening 842-2372 down & $695.00 mo. ADA Compliant/EOE 8075.
Call (386) 758-9785 AAFirst Day
(1) Off 76th Street: 10 Acres bedroom, 1 bath home cont.
wooded, oaks and pines. Good approx. 1650 sq. ft. rider roof _..-_ __ _-"7 Fon Food Service
buy @ $33,500. 240x106:corner lot. $49,000. o o-suy"..CASH *MED SHEFFIELD'S COUNTRY KITCHEN
(2) Lee, FL: 7.3 Acres on US REDUCED --- is accepting applications for
( F A nU- Cooks, Wait staff, & Janitorial
90 near 1-10 with a 3/4 (10) Hunting Tract: 13 acres IOW TO W RIT A CLASSIFIED ACo os, itioens. Cal 3 8- -n
bedroom CH/AC home +, wooded, Steinhatchee HOW lO AI LASS IFIbw a.m ..-o.
containing approximately Springs area, river access, and 8 Simple Steps to Creating a Classified Ad That Sels:ER NEEDED
1,750 sq. ft. under roof together Hwy. 51 access, recent survey. LABOR
with a C.B.S.. Commercial $26,000. What do you have to offer? Start your Have you coveredall of yoir bases? Make MANY POSITIONS
Bui lding containing ,(11) CR 132: 13 acres wooded advertisement by naming the item or service sure you are providing sufficient information AVAILABLE
approximately 12,500 with on paved road with a 3 you are presenting. .about the merchandise or service you are
approximately 12,500with on paved road with a 3 offering, including the price! Does the reader FOR MORE INFO CALL:
11,500 sq. ft. of packing. bedroom, 2 bath, CH/CA Are you being clear? Complete, concise know what you are selling, why they should WAL-STAF PERSONNEL
$250,000. DWMH in excellent condition, information will encourage a quick response buy it and how they can contact you for more (386) 755-1991 APPT. ONLY
$23)750, from readers. information?out the most beneficial feature of BACKGRD/DRUGSCREEN
(3) 75 acres on paved road on cont. approx. 1450 sq. ft., the product or service you are advertising. REQ.
pasture with some live oaks, heated area, will have to see to Can the reader reach you? Be sure to include hpocrsieuadrsn.E
fenced and cross, fenced, two appreciate. $119,000. your telephone number or address. How can you reach the greatest number of farm help
wells, 1/4 mile on paved Rd. (12) Camping Lot: One acre pfnt y contact prerred me to have prospective lbuyerse Place your classified ad HELP WANTED
1/4 mile on county grade, good riverview lot in the Blue A ugyer wit eClasified Marketplace. Knowledge of tractor and equipment
area. $3,995 per acre. Springs area, river access. Coseu iv bln your ad enough exposure? Call 1-800- -4182 today! is a must. Call 386-330-2567 to
SConsecutive publication of your ad will eCll 1-80-625'4 12 today! inquire. Drug Free Work Place.
(4) 177th Drive: 3 Bedroom, 2 $5,995. generate the greatest amount of reader eqieDrgeWkPlc
bath central heat and air. Home (13) 16th Street: 1 1/2 acres attention. Generally, a 15-day run time is the First.Day
containing approxaimtely with a 3 bedroom, 1 bath home best and most cost-effective arrangement. F
1,350 sq. ft. Kitchen furnished contains approx. 1180 sq. ft. What's the best part of your offer? Identify :,. aKOUNTRY KITCHENS
225'137 lot. $72,000. (paved Rd.) good area. 'and write about the most beneficial feature ,.,.,' F._. Now hiring, all positions open.
(5) Alapha River: Two one $45,000. of the product or service you are advertising. 1. .~ Call 850-971-0024.
acre wooded tracts with 200 ft. (14) Perry Fla: Nice two
on the water. Good country bedroom, CH/CA, brick home .
road. $14,995. $100 Down. with garage, good area. FOR RENT, -FOR RENT- -FOR RENT-
(6) Jasper, FL: 3 Bedroom, 2 $51,900.
Bath, CH/AC, brick, containing (15) Perry Fla: 3 bedroom, Double W ide 3BR, 2BA DWMH, 3BR, Singlewide 2 BR, singlewide
approximately 1,700 sq. ft., tender central heat and air, 218x170' Mobile Home CENTRAL H/A. mobile home. mobile home,
roof. Kitchen furnished 147x97 lot, nice trees, numerous home,
lot, pool, $95,000.. updates, new carpet, paint, and FIRST MONTH'S Central H/A. central H/A.
(7) OffCR51S.W.: 20acres stove & refrig. 100%
wooded with large oaks, and a financing. $61,900. Land for sale. RENT PLUS
3BR/2BA, CH/CA DWMH in (16) Suwannee River: Four Financed DEPOSIT TO
excellent condition, contact plus acres with 220 ft. on the F ancedrent plus deposit rent plus deposit
office. 2000 sq. ft. under roof, water, 4' well, septic tank, by owner. MOVE IN. rent plus deposit rent plus deposit
detached storage $149,500. 20x32 and 10x20 buidlings. to move in. to move in
(8)161/StRd.: 10 acres with a $110,000. WATER, SEW ER
four bedroom, three bath, (17) 177th Road: 10 acres, Ask, for & GARBAGE Water, sewer & Water, sewer, &
CHICA, brick home containing wooded 4' well, septic tank,
approximatley 2,500 sq. ft. good county road. $4,200 per ar Od INCLUDED. garbage included, garbage included.
under roof, kitchen furnished, 3 acre.
car garage. REDUCED to (18) US 90 West & I-10: 32 386-362-2720 NO PETS No pets. No pets
$225,000. Acres, zoned C.H.I., corner 386-330-2567 386-330-25671,. 386-330-2567
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SMEDIATION Oldsmobile Intrigue 2000 nice car
COORDINATOR First Day First Day First Day low miles, automatic. Shaky Credit or
S(Pending Classification) TYard Man No Money Down OK. Call local 386-
(Pendin Cl n 1 TSTAFF ASSISTANT Yd salesperson 867-0694, ask for the OK Deal.
State position available with Courts INCORPORATED Rental Equipment Salesperson Trucks for Sale
of the Third Judicial Circuit to SUWANNEE COUNTY is seeking Needed, Benefits,
coordinate County, Family, and applicants for the full time position Seeking Honest & Dependable Including Profit Sharing Plan, FOR SALE 2001 F150 Ford Pick-up
Dependency Mediation services. of Staff Assistant at the Building Yard Man to fill cylinders & RV's, 401K, Truck 4x4 Lariat Super Crew. Asking
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procedures. Florida Supreme Court performs a variety of office support school diploma/GED, at least 18 PO Box 700
Certification in Family, County and functions for the Building yrs. old, pass Fed background Live Oak, F32064 Ford F-150 2001 good miles,
Dependency Mediation required. Department including the issuance check. (386) 362-1235 automatic. Shaky Credit or No
Knowledge of grant. application of building permits, fee collection Apply in person: Money Down OK. Call local 386-867-
procedures preferred. Annual for permits and service charges. 1717W. Howard Street 0694, ask for the OK Deal.
Salary $43,544.40. Resumes Also answering questions and Live Oak, FI
must be received by Jan. 12, providing information relative to 386-362-2424 Utility
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Human Resources a standard high school and three Autos for Sale 386-658-3594. -
RECEPTIONIST NEEDED Lae i 3056 years of experience in secretarial, State position available with Courts Jeep Wrangler 2002 good miles,
RECEPTIONIST NEEDED Lake City, F320EE or advanced clerical office work; or, of the Third Judicial Circuit to FOR SALE 1975 Chevy Nova automatic. Shaky Credit or NQ
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Make plenty of fruits and vegetables part of your New Year's resolution
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S, tion with friends, family and els, protect against the ef-
co-workers was how much fects of aging, and reduce
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new year, why not make a Blue/purple fruits and
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e :' include more fruits and veg- eggplant and purple grapes
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summers are not eating the teeth.
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Onward Why does anybody need Jesus?
Pastor Jim Wade, in the 21 st century. em age of science and technolo-
Upon another closing year First United Methodist Jan. 16, 2005 /"What's So /gy the spiritual realm is still real
The Lord has blessed beyond belie Church of Live Oak Amazing About race?" Text, and filed with soul consuming
To know He shares our every step, Time for some fun in the Holy John 1:29-42, GRACE is from a danger.
Our burdens find such sweet relief Scriptures of our living God. source at the center of God's As United Methodists' we
Starting Jan. 9 here at First love demonstrated in Jesus. stand on the rock of the founda-
Don't glance back to yesterday, UMC Live Oak I will be preach- Jan. 23, 2005 "There Is Only tion, Jesus Christ, the Son of the,
Stand fast and look ahead. ing a sermon series. "WHY One Source of Vision," Text, living God, Creator of all. We
Another day to walk with Jesus, DOES ANYBODY NEED JE- Matthew 22:34-40, we err when place our trust in the sacrifice of
And practice what He said. SUS?" is the title of this thought we underestimate the true power Jesus on the cross as our hope in
provoking and perhaps contro- of a vision. His saving grace, claiming the
Lord bless our year 2005, versial series. Listed below are Jan, 30, 2005 "There Is Only empowerment/of the Holy Spir-
Let souls be dearer than before. the sermon titles and scriptures One Way To Deal With: sooth- it of our Lord in all that we do
To share each day, for each Sunday in January. saying, sorcery,, witchcraft, ,div- and living out'the ancient tradi-
your truth and word, Jan. 9, 2005 "No Rusty nation, enchantments and fa- tions of holiness as our testimo-
that Christ is the only door. Swords;" Text, Hebrews 4:11- miliar spirits;" Texts: 2 Chroni- ny to discipleship. Come join
16, a message dealing with cles 33:6; Revelation 21:8; us.
So as we march to better days, sharpening the weapons of the Galatians 5:16-21. Do not be Praying that you will have a
Help this Army to ever see. faith in preparation to battle evil misled, myn friends, in our mod- blessed New Year.
All the blessings and
mercy's we receive, United Methodists urged to join in 2005
From always loving Thee.
'Week of Prayer for Christian Unity'
Thank You Lord,
NEW YORK The United "Christians across the world Christ and United Methodists
Kathy WilsonMethodist Church's top ecu- will come together in celebra- are a central part of this cele-
menical officials are encourag- tion of our unity in Christ," bration.
ing congregations to set aside Pickens said. The Week of Prayer for
time in January to participate in Free resources to assist con- Christian Unity was initiated
Sthe annual Week of Prayer for gregations and ecumenical or- in 1908. It has evolved
Christian Unity. ganizations in the planning and through the years into a major
Bishop William B. Oden, celebration of the Week of ecumenical observance.
S ecumenical officer for the de- Prayer are available on-line The, theme for 2005 is, "All
nomination's council of bish- from the Graymoor Ecumeni- Things are Yours... You Be-
ops, and Larry D. Pickens, gen- cal and Interreligious Institute long to Christ... and Christ,
r.'*, ,. eral: secretary :of the, General., ofNew York City. The:Web.site the, Unique Foundation, Be-
Commission on 'Christian Uni- is: www.geii.org longs to God." 1 Corinthians
ty and Interreligious Concerns, On-line resources include 3:1-23
.said the week of January 18-25 bulletin and pulpit announce- Materials can be ordered
,R: -, has been designated for the ob- ments, suggestions for scripture from the Graymoor Ecumeni-
_._ a servance. references, and tools for com- cal and Interreligious Insti-
"A N1-.. I "For more than 90 years, municating messages about the tute. The website is
i-j--1 -i L 0 Christians have set aside time Week of Prayer in local com- www.geii.org. These materi-
rA G- r O1v'ri ~ ti for prayer and reflection on munities. als can be downloaded without
S. -JTi)ir .-1"i '-their unity in Christ," Oden Here is the letter sent to charge.
We w 1.look kr said, "We encourage United bishops and church leaders Let the unity in Christ be
We always lookforward Methodists to join in this im- this week by Bishops Oden made more visible through
to this time ofyear to portant celebration and obser- and Pickens: this very special week.
let you know just how much vance." Dec. 14, 2004 Yours In Christ,
we value your friendship Pickens said the theme for Dear Friends: Larry D. Pickens,
and support. Here's hoping the 2005 observance is "All All United Methodists are General Secretary
all your year brings Things are Yours... You Be- encouraged to observe the Bishop William B. Oden,
much opportunity and happiness long in Christ... and Christ, the WVeek of Prayer for Christian The General Commission on
to you and your loved ones. Unique Foundation, Belongs to Unity, on Jan. 18- 25. Ecumenical Officer,
y dNew Yearv God," reflecting Paul's letter to Communities across the Council of Bishops
iHappy New Year. the church at Corinth in 1 world will come together in Christian Unity &
In Christ, Corinthians 3:1-23. celebration of our unity in Interreligious Concerns
Myrtle Parnell

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2005: A new beginning
By Pam Campbell myself and my family every step of the Yes, life is full of choices, and some other people, all distractions and talk
I trust you had a Blessed Christmas way. I know first hand that God is a of our choices will have eternal conse- to God. Talk to Him from your heart.
celebrating our Savior's birth! The miracle worker. My family and I have quences with our lives and the lives of You don't have to pray a certain
New Year has come upon us, whether received so many, miracles that it those we love. Many times people play prayer, He already knows everything
we are ready for it or not! I know a lot would be impossible to count them all. the 'what if 'game "What if this or about you and everything you are
of people make new year's resolutions I find myself amazed at how fast the What if that," it may be worry or it may thinking. Be honest with Him, tell Him
that may or may not be kept. I have years seem to come. and go. It seems be wishful thinking. Whatever the case, how you feel and what you need, what
never really tried to make a so called hard to believe that I have a daughter in the what ifs, and the "if only" never is bothering you, pray for others, actu-
"New Years resolution." It seems to me college at UF and that my husband and will change something after it has hap- ally have a conversation with Jesus!
our time would be much more wisely I have been married for 30 years! I opened. "If' is only a two letter word, Then take time to thank Him, maybe
spent taking a look at our Spiritual guess that means I am getting older, but many times it is one that has a lot even praise Him or sing to Him. He
lives, where we are and where we and hopefully wiser. I know every year of meaning in our lives. When we start loves to spend time with His children.
would like to be or need to be. Yes, we that passes by brings us closer to our to play those if games in our minds we I know some of my most favorite times
have a new year to look forward to, we eternal home, each of us no matter need to learn to do as God says in 1 Pe- are those spent out in our woods under
wonder if our hopes and dreams for the what our age, will someday leave this ter 5:7 Casting all your care upon the stars, just the Lord and I. Look up
new year will come to pass, and we world. We have a choice of where we Him, for He careth for you." We all do at the vastness of the stars and the
may be looking forward with excite- will spend eternity. We can accept the have choices, we can choose to be hap- moon, the magnificent beauty above
ment to the great possibilities, or we fact that Jesus Christ is God's Son, py, we can choose to be unhappy, we and realize that God is the father of it
may worry about our family, our born of a virgin, hung on a cross and can choose to live healthy, or choose to all. The Lord will meet you there and
health, our finances and numerous oth- rose again for our sins, we can believe destroy our bodies, we can work hard when you find this place with the
er things that concern us about another on the Lord Jesus Christ and be saved or hardly ever work, we can be a giver, Lord, it is truly the beginning of a
. year. and leave this world someday for our or we can choose to only take, we can more personal relationship with Him.
As I look back over my life thus far, eternal home in Heaven, or we can re- love or we can hate, yes, we have a lot You will find your life seems to flow
I see how far God has brought me and ject Him and leave this world someday of choices. What we do with the choic- so much smoother and the sweet peace
how his hand has guided and protected to hell for eternity. es that are set before us each and every you will find will hold you up on days
day of this new year is up to us. when everything seems to go wrong.
The most important thing we can do The Bible says "Delight thyself also in
'A un__ ___ _kid _co neras we head into the year 2005 is to the Lord; and He shall give thee the
make this year a new beginning. If you desires of your heart" Psalms 37:4 Yes,
t 2 00 are reading this, and you don't know when we learn to delight ourselves in
I E 0 5 i a 1. the peace and love that comes from the Lord we will find that many things
ByPam Campbell and accept Him as your Savior and knowing Jesus Christ, you don't have that we desire, that we hold in our
Wow, I can hardly believe it is a best friend, so you can talk to Him His joy and guidance, you have never heart, will come to pass. What a won-
new year! I hope you had a really and He will always be with you to asked Him to come into your heart and *derful new beginning to a new year, to
great Christmas, and are excited about help you and guide you and fill every save your soul, you don't know that know that Jesus is our Savior and
2005, a brand new year to live! No day of your life in the new year with when you leave this world where you Lord, to learn to spend time alone with
P matter how old you are, this new year His peace and happiness. If you make will go, it is time for you to make that Him and to find that we truly can re-
S is a-chance -for you to make, a lot6" '.that choicee, then, you 'will-live with first step,toward4a new, beginning, ,ask ceive the desires of our heart if we take
choices about your life! I suppose you Him in heaven ome day. Jesus to come intd yotr heart. "Jdhn ftlme to really know Him.
are wondering what kind, of choices We all have the new year ahead of 3:16 says "For God so loved the world Yes, the new year, 2005 has arrived,
kids can make about their lives. I want us. We all hope it will be the wonder- (meaning you) that He gave His only what kind of choices will you make,
you to know there are lots of them you ful, exciting one we want, and some- begotten son that whosoever believeth what will you do with the new begin-
make every day, even though you may times even kids may worry about on Him will have eternal life." When fiing of the new year? I pray each of us
not know it! You can choose to be things that might happen in the new you find Jesus, you truly have a won- will make wise choices guided by the
happy, you can choose to be unhappy, year, but .everyone, especially, you, derful new year ahead of you! If you hand of God, so we will all have a
you can choose to say yes, or to say has the new year to talk to God, to are already a Christian and you really Blessed New Year!
no, you can choose to do your school- grow closer to Him, to really get to know Jesus as your Lord ,
work or not do it all, you can choose know Him, and find out what He and Savior, then you
to love or you can choose to hate, you wants for your future!' Remember, in know that with God in DUNCAN TIRE & AUTO
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Continued From Page 3C to the All-American Team. at North Florida Communi- ritt at 386-590-0662, Rita Visit our website www.sun- Jan. 11
Camp locations include: ty College need to register Bates at 386-752-9148 or countryjamboree.com for Suwannee River Water
CALENDAR OF Babson Park and Atlanta, now for classes beginning Darrel Summers at 386- complete schedule of Management District's
EVENTS Ga. For a free brochure, call the first week of January. 935-0447. monthly shows. For camp- governing board will meet
Through Jan. 31 704-373-0873 anytime. Emergency medical techni- Jan. 7 ing reservations or more Suwannee. River Water
Driver's license and The 5th Army cian (EMT) training is, an Live Oak Single's info call the Park at 386- Management District's
vehicle inspection Association tour of 11-credit hour program that meeting 364-1683 or visit www.mu- (District) governing board
checkpoints scheduled Italy, departing New York will finish up July. Classes Live Oak Single's will sicliveshere.com. Located will meet at 9 a.m. on Tues-
The Florida Highway Pa- on June 15, 2005 begin Jan. 6 and will be meet at 7:30 p.m., Jan. 7, at along the picturesque day, Jan. 11, at District
trol will conduct driver's li- The 5th Army Associa- held Tuesday and Thursday the fellowship hall of Live Suwannee River at 3076 headquarters, SR 49 and US
cense and vehicle inspec- tion World War II, Italy, nights from 6 to 10.The Oak Christian Church on 95th Dr., Live Oak, FL 90 East, Live Oak. The
tion checkpoints through will conduct a 10 day final paramedic program begins US 129 North beside Walt's 32060. meeting is to consider Dis-
Jan. 31, on Brown Road, tour of Italy, departing New Jan. 5 and is an 11-month Ford dealership. This is not Jan. 10 trict business and conduct
CR 252, CR 252-A, CR York on June 15, 2005 visit- training. Classes will be a church event. Park be- NFCC will conduct public hearings on regulato-
252-B, CR 25-A, SR 47, SR ing Rome, Venice, Flo- held every third weekday, 9 tween church and cemetery TABE (Test of Adult Basic ry and land acquisition mat-
341, US 441, US 41, CR rence, Pisa, Sorrento and a to 4. The spring schedule on church property or along Education) ters. A workshop will follow
245, CR 238, CR 135, Turn- special stop at the American has been set up to accom- US 129 North. For more North Florida Community the governing board meet-
er Road, SR 100, Trotter's Military Cemetery near modate EMTs who are cur- info, call 386-364-4756 af- College will conduct TABE ing. All meetings, work-
Road, Fairfield Farms Anzio. Former members of. rently working an EMS ter 3 p.m. or visit web site (Test of Adult Basic Educa- shops and hearings are open
Road, CR 250, CR 349, SR the many combat divisions schedule. There are plenty http://groups.yahoo.com/gr tion) on Monday, Jan. 10, at to the public.
247 and SR 25 in Columbia and support groups, their of jobs available for certi- oup/SuwanneeSingles/?ygu 6 p.m., in the NFCC Techni- Jan. 12
County; CR 132, CR 136, families, friends and those fled EMTs and paramedics id=93209524. cal Center on the Madison American Red Cross
CR 136-A, CR 137, CR interested in the history of according to Rebecca Cash, Jan. 7-9 campus. TABE is required will hold an Instructor
249, CR 250, CR 252, CR the U.S. 5th Army can con- EMT and paramedic in- Icebreaker Swap Meet for acceptance into voca- Training class in Lake
349, CR 49, CR 795, SR'20, tact Sny Canton at 5277B structor. "Reports about a Icebreaker Swap Meet, a t i o n a 1 / t e c h n i c a 1 City
SR 247, SR 10, SR 51, US Lakefront Blvd., Delray shortage of healthcare pro- three-day event'at Spirit of programs. Photo ID re- The American Red Cross
129 and Mitchell Road in Beach, FL 33484 or call fessionals are true," said the Suwannee Music Park & quired. Pre-registration is of Suwannee Valley will
Suwannee County; and CR 561-865-8495. Cash. For more information Campground, with demon- required. To register please hold an Instructor Training
136, CR 152, CR 143, CR Calling all classmates of call 850.973-1629 or 973- stations, exhibits, odds and call 850-973-9451. class from 9 a;m.-5 p.m.,
249, CR 137, CR 251, CR SHS Class of 1986 1673. ends, and new John Deere, Jan. 10 Wednesday, Jan. 12, at their
146, CR 135, CR 141, CR Hello! To the graduating Jan. 6 Kubota, Massey Ferguson, American Red Cross office at 264 NE Hernando
150, CR 145 and US 41, SR class of 1986, our 20 year Legislative hearing New Holland and Veltra will hold a Fundamentals Ave., Suite 102, Lake City.
6, SR 25 in.Hamilton Coun- reunion is fast approaching. Rep. Dwight Stansel (D- tractors. Come out and en- of Instructor Training For info and to register, call
ty. Recognizing the danger It will be great to see every- Wellborn) and Sen. Nancy joy the. weekend! Cabins, class in Lake City 386-752-0650.
presented to the public by one. Preparation for the re- Argenziano (R-Dunnellon) RV sites and tent camping The American Red Cross Jan. 13
defective vehicle equip- union is in progress. Class will hold a Legislative pub- plus horseback riding and of Suwannee Valley will American Red Cross
ment, troopers will concen- members please contact An- lic hearing Thursday, Jan. 6, SOS Caf6 for great meals, hold a Fundamentals of In- will hold an Instructor
trate their efforts on vehi- gela Hunter Mandrell at her 2005 between the hours of Craft Village and Country structor Training class.from Training class in Lake
cles being operated with de- e-mail address: Man- 2:30 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. in Store for your convenience. 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday, Jan. City
fects such as bad brakes, dr003@bellsouth.net. The Live Oak. The hearing will Contact Tom Salmons, 352- 10, at their office at 264 NE The American Red Cross
worn tires and defective class members may also be held at the Live Oak City 584-4326 for info. For Hernando. Ave., Suite 102, of Suwannee Valley will
lighting equipment. In addi- contact Catrena Francis at: Hall Council chambers. Just camping reservations or Lake City. For info and to hold an Instructor, Training
tion, attention will be di- VanessaFrancis@msn.com before the 2005 Legislative info call the Park at 386- register, call 386-752-0650. class from 9 a.m.-5 p.m.,
,rected to drivers who would as soon as possible. session gets underway in 364-1683 or visit www.mu- -Jan. 10.11.12 and 14 Thursday, Jan. 13, at their
violate the driver license Tickets on sale now! February, the two elected sicliveshere.com. Located Hospice of the Suwannee office at 264 NE Hernando
laws of Florida. The Patrol Riverdance engage- officials are interested in along the picturesque Valley Volunteer Training Ave., Suite 102, Lake City.
has found these checkpoints ment rescheduled for Feb. hearing what the public and Suwannee River at 3076 Hospice of the Suwannee For info and to register, call
to be an effective means of 4 6, 2005 other elected officials have 95th Dr., Live Oak, FL Valley will hold volunteer 386-752-0650.
enforcing the equipment The return engagement to say regarding upcoming 32060. training from 1-4 p.m. on Jan. 13
and driver's license laws of for Riverdance, originally legislation and local issues Jan. 8 Jan. 10, 11, 12 and 14 at American Red Cross
Florida While ensuring the scheduled for Feb. '18-20, in general. All residents and Elk's National Free their office located at 618 will hold a Community
protection of all motorists. 2005, has been rescheduled elected officials are encour- Throw "Hoop Shoot" SW Florida Gateway Drive, Water Safety class in
Register now! to. Feb. 4-6, 2005, at the aged and invited to attend Contest Lake City. Whether you like Lake City
Pottery classes at Stephen Curtis M. Phillips Center the hearing. The hearing, Elks National Free Throw to work with patients or The American Red Cross
,Foster State Park for the Performing Arts, which also give Stansel and "Hoop Shoot" Contest for "behind the scenes," come of Suwannee Valley will
Pottery classes offered for Gainesville. Tickets for per- Argenziano the opportunity all boys and girls, ages 8- and learn how you can use hold' a Community Water
both advanced and beginner formances of Riverdance, to brief everyone on what to 13, will be held at Suwan- your talents and extra'time Safety class from 6-9 p.m.,
students for eight weeks scheduled -'F-ebrtata-y' 4-*;"' 'expect froirnthe'i pdoq'rt*g e"'nee Miiddle*'ScthOopat 10'~ 'to help'tltosefacing a terni- Thursday, Jan. 13, at their
fromr'--6-9--p-m., Jan. 17- 2005, are on, sale now. Pa- session, is an opportunity a.m., Saturday, Jan. 8, 2005. nal illness.-Ifyou-would like office at 264 NE Hernario
March 7, by master potter trons who already pur- for you to see your elected Contestant age groups will to' volunteer, please join us Ave., Suite 102, Lake City.
and craft demonstrator Jean chased tickets for the per- officials in action, give be determined by their age for this twelve-hour training For info and to register, call
Davidoff at Craft Square, formances may use their them a bit of advise, discuss as of April 1, 2005. Local series. Registration .re- 386-752-0650.
Stephen Foster Folk Culture tickets for the performances issues and perhaps get an- winners advance to district, quired. To register or for Jan. 15
Center State Park, White at the same times: Feb. 18 swers to some questions state regional and national more info, contact Carolyn American Red Cross
Springs. Several methods of tickets on Feb. 4; Feb. 19 you may have. Keep in competition. National finals Long at 386-752-9191. will hold a First Aid/CPR
working with clay, includ- tickets on Feb. 5; and Feb. mind Stansel and Argen- are held in Springfield, Jan. 10 (adult/child/infant) class
ing slab, coil, pinch and 20 tickets on Feb. 6. For ziano handle state issues, Mass. For more info, con- Suwannee Chapter of the in Lake City
wheel-thrown pottery will more info, patrons can con- not city matters or federal tact your local Elks "Hoop Florida Trail Association The American Red Cross
be.taught for a fee of $100, tact the Phillips Center Box issues. Shoot" director, Charles meeting of Suwannee Valley will
plus $25 for materials. Lim- Office at 352-392-ARTS Jan. 5-11 Walker, 386-364-4601, or The Suwannee Chapter of hold a First Aid/CPR
ited space. Advance regis- (2787) or toll-free within NFCC late registration visit www.elks.org/hoop- the Florida Trail Associa- (adult/child/infant) class
tration required. For more Florida at 800-905-ARTS fro Spring term shoot.cfm. tion will hold its monthly from 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Satur-
info, call 386-397-1920 or (2787). Riverdance is spon- Wednesday, Jan 5, 2005 Jan..8-10 meeting from 7-9 p.m. on day, Jan. 15, at their office
visit www.stephenfosterc- scored by ERA Trend Realty Classes begin. Late regis- Falconry School, Monday, Jan. 10, 2005 at at 264 NE Hernando Ave.,
so.org. and Shands HealthCare. tration through Jan. 11, Another exclusive pro- the Suwannee River Water Suite 102, Lake City. For
Register Now! Visit the Riverdance web- 2005. North Florida Com- gram ofAccipiter Enterpris- Management District on US info and to register, call
Hospice of the Suwannee- site at munity. College, Madison, es is the International Fal- 90 and CR 49, two miles 386-752-0650.
Valley will hold Helping www.riverdance.com. Tick- 850-973-1622 or conry Academy and Falcon- east of Live Oak. The public Jan. 15
Hands Volunteer Orienta- ets are also available at the www.nfcc.edu. ry one day workshops. This is welcome! The program Lewis Family will
tion on Jan. 5 University Box Office, all Jan. 6 comprehensive three-day presenter will be Liz Sparks perform at Spirit of
Hospice of the Suwannee Ticketmaster outlets, American Red Cross course will be held in a who works .as a recreation Suwannee Music Park &
Valley will hold Helping www.ticketmaster.com or will hold an Adult country setting at the Spirit planner for the Florida Fish Campground
Hands. Volunteer Orienta- by calling Ticketmaster at CPR/First Aid class in of the Suwannee Camp- and Wildlife Commission America's First Family of
tion from 10-11 a.m. on 904-353-3309. Cash, Visa Lake City ground in Live Oak and spends a lot of time en- Bluegrass Gospel Music
Wednesday, Jan. 5, 2005 at and MasterCard are accept- The American Red Cross (www.musicliveshere.com). joying the beautiful wilder- will be performing at the
its office at 618 SW FL ed. The Phillips Center Box of Suwannee Valley will Classes cover applicable ness of Florida. She studies Spirit of the Suwannee Mu-
Gateway Drive, Lake City. Office is open: Monday hold an Adult CPR/First Aid laws and ethics, bird native plant lore and will sic Park & Campground af-
Make a difference in some- Saturday, noon to 6 p.m. class from 6-9:30. p.m., species, training techniques, present an historical per- ter having celebrated 50
one's life! After attending Performance dates, times Thursday, Jan. 6, at their of- bird temperament and safe- spective of traditional plant years of recording their an-
orientation and completing and programs are subject to fice at 264 NE Hernando ty, required equipment, and usage in the Southeast. Af- nual Christmas show. Plus
the screening process, you change. Ave., Suite 102, Lake City. introducing your bird to the ter the program stay for a they have just finished
will be eligible for volun- Sign up now! For info and to register, call world of Falconry. Course discussion about Suwannee recording a new CD and
steering in the Hospice Attic Live Oak Senior Citi- 386-752-0650. .. includes textbook and Chapter's upcoming tours cassette titled "Angels
thrift store, administrative zens schedule tours Jan. 7 gauntlet. Reservations re- and trips, many of which are Gathering Flowers" which
offices as well as helping at Live Oak Senior Citizens Haliegh Bates, quired. The Academy is open to the public. Hikes on includes songs written by
special events, educational schedule escorted tours to: Miss Florida Rodeo USA scheduled for Saturday, the Florida National Scenic Tom T. Hall, Randall Hyl-
fairs, community events and Gaither Homecoming Con- 2004-2005 Benefit Sunday and Monday on Jan. Trail are being planned as ton, Wayne Haun, Larry Pe-
fund raising. Registration cert,, Jan. 22, 2005; The Jackpot Barrel Race 8, 9 and 10. The Falconry are trips to Steinhatchee and tree and other great writers.
required! To register or for Dead Sea Scrolls Exhibit, Haliegh Bates, Miss Workshop is scheduled for Mission San Luis in Talla- You can purchase this new
more information contact The Festival of Flowers and Florida Rodeo USA 2004- Saturday, January 8, from hassee. For more details on CD or cassette online at
Carolyn Long at 386-752- a river boat cruise, Mobile, 2005 Benefit Jackpot Barrel 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. To down the meeting contact Chap- www.thelewisfamilymu-
9191. Ala., March 8-11, 2005;. Race on Friday, Jan. 7, load a registration form vis- ter Chair Don Neale at 386- sic.com. Opening for the
Now- April 1, 2005 Carnival Cruise to Western 2005, at the Bob Holmes i t 3 6 2 4 8 5 0 Lewis Family will be
Ten Star All Star Caribbean, May 15-22, Rodeo Arena at the Colise- www.birdsofprey.net/acade- dgneale@alltel.net. "Heather Allen & True
Basketball Camp 2005; and a- San Antonio um Complex in Live Oak. my.html. For.more info, call Jan. 11 Heart" http://true-
Applications are now be- Experience, Oct. 19-23, $500 added money! $30 en- 386-364-1683. NFCC will conduct TABE heart2004.tripod.com/. For
ing evaluated for The Ten 2005. Costs and deadlines try fee, $4 exhibition and a Jan. 9 (Test of Adult Basic camping reservations or
Star All Star Summer Bas- for payment vary for each 75 percent payback. NBHA Sun Country Jamboree Education) info call the Park at 386-
ketball Camp. The camp is trip. The group meets the rules apply. Exhibition from LIVE! From Spirit of the North Florida Community 364-1683 or visit www.mu-
by invitation only. Boys and first Monday, 10:30 a.m., 5- 6:45 p.m., show begins at Suwannee Music Park It's College will conduct TABE -sicliveshere.com. Located
girls ages 10-19 are eligible Extension Building II, Agri- 7 p.m. NOTE: Added Mon- the Sun Country Jamboree! (Test of Adult Basic Educa- along the picturesque
to apply. Past participants culture Center. Visitors wel- ey: 75-100 riders = $500 That familiar announcement tion) on Tuesday, Jan. 11, at Suwannee River at 3076
include: Michael Jordan, come. For more info, con- and 4D payout; under 75 begins another performance 1:30 p.m., in the NFCC 95th Dr., Live Oak, FL
Tim Duncan, Vince Carter, tact Lula Herring at 386- riders $250 and 3D pay- by some of the best "Good Technical Center on the 32060.
Jerry Stackhouse, Grand: 364-1510., out. Barrel racers are asked Ole Boys and Girls" who Madison campus. TABE is Jan. 18
Hill and Antawn Jamison. Jan. 5 and 6 to piarticipate in the fund- make music and fun regu- required for acceptance into American Red Cross
Players from 50 states and EMT and paramedic raiser to. help send her to larly in Live Oak. If you lis- vocational/technical pro- will hold an Infant and
17 foreign countries attend- classes set to begin at Oklahoma to compete in the ten to the 'broadcast of the grams. Photo ID required. Child CPR class in Lake
ed the 2004 camp. College NFCC Miss Rodeo USA Pageant Jamboree on your favorite Pre-registration is required. City
basketball scholarships are Students interested in for the IRPA Rodeo. For radio station or attended the To register please call 850- The American Red Cross
possible for players selected EMT or paramedic training more info, call Sandy Mer- show in person Welcome! 973-9451.

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Continued From Page 6C from 5:30-6:30 p.m. on charge; there is a fee for the quired. Pre-registration is Jan. 27 For more information call
Tuesday, Jan. 18, at Hos- test. Pre-registration is re- required. To register please American Red Cross 352-334-ARTS or visit
of Suwannee Valley will pice of the Suwannee Val- quired. To register please call 850-973-9451. will hold a First Aid class www.gvlculturalaffairs.org.
hold an Infant and Child ley, 618 SW FL Gateway call 850-973-1629. Jan. 25 in Lake City Jan. 31
CPR class from 6-9 p.m., Drive, Lake City. Make a Jan. 20 American Red Cross The American Red Cross NFCC will conduct
Tuesday, Jan 18, at their of- difference in someone's American Red Cross will hold an Adult CPR of Suwannee Valley will TABE (Test of Adult
fice at 264 NE Hernando life! After attending orien- will hold an Adult class in Lake City hold a First Aid class from Basic Education)
Ave., Suite 102, Lake City. station and completing the CPR/First Aid class in The American Red Cross 6-9 p.m., Thursday, Jan. 27, North Florida Community
For info and to register, call screening process, you will Lake City of Suwannee Valley will at their office at 264 NE College will conduct TABE
386-752-0650. be eligible for volunteering The American Red Cross hold an Adult CPR class Hernando Ave., Suite 102, (Test of Adult Basic Educa-
Jan. 18 in the Hospice Attic thrift of Suwannee Valley will from 6-9 p.m., Tuesday, Lake City. For info and to tion) on Monday, Jan. 31, at
NFCC will conduct TABE store, administrative of- hold an Adult CPR/First Jan. 25, at their office at register, call 386-752-0650. 6 p.m., in the NFCC Techni-
(Test of Adult Basic Edu- fices as well as helping at Aid class from 6-9:30 p.m., 264 NE Hernando Ave., Jan. 29-30 and Feb. 4-6 cal Center on the Madison
cation) special events, educational Thursday, Jan. 20, at their Suite 102, Lake City. For 19th Annual Hoggetowne campus. TABE is required
North Florida Communi- fairs, community events office at 264 NE Hernando info and to register, call Medieval Faire comes to ,for acceptance into voca-
ty College will conduct and fund raising. You must Ave., Suite 102, Lake City. 386-752-0650. life in Gainesville on Jan tional/technical pro-
TABE (Test of Adult Basic register for orientation. To For info and to register, call Jan. 25 29-30 and Feb. 4-6 grams., Photo ID required.
Education) on Tuesday, register or for more info 386-752-0650. NFCC will conduct TABE The Alachua County Fair- Pre-registration is required.
Jan. 18, at 1:30 p.m., in the contact Carolyn Long at Jan. 24 (Test of Adult Basic grounds come to life as the To register please call 850-
NFCC Technical Center on 386-752-9191. NFCC will conduct Education) 19th Annual Hoggetowne 973-9451.
the Madison Jan. 18 and 19 TABE (Test of Adult North Florida Community. Medieval Faire brings the
campus. TABE is required NFCC will conduct Basic Education) College will conduct TABE magic of the past to
for acceptance into voca- GED tests North Florida Communi- (Test of Adult Basic Educa- Gainesville. Join hundreds WATELR
t i o n a/ t e c h n i c al North Florida Communi- ty College will conduct tion) on Tuesday, Jan. 25, at of actors, artisans and vol- OFPTNER
programs. Photo ID re- ty College will conduct TABE (Test of Adult Basic 1:30 p.m., in the NFCC unteers for two weekends of
quired. Pre-registration is GED tests Jan. 18 and 19, Education) on Monday, Technical Center on the merriment Jan. 29-30 and
required. To register please at 6 p.m. in the NFCC Jan. 24, at 6 p.m., in the Madison campus. TABE is Feb. 4-6. Faire hours are 10 &'5 9
call 850-973-9451. Technical Center on the NFCC Technical Center on required for acceptance into a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and
Jan. 18 Madison campus. Persons the Madison vocational/technical pro- Sundays and 9 a.m. to 4 SEAMAN'S
Helping Hands Volunteer taking the tests will be re- campus. TABE is required grams. Photo ID required. p.m. on Friday. Admission AQUA CLEAN s
Orientation quired to furnish a photo for acceptance into voca- Pre-registration is required. is $10 for adults, $5 for 230 W. Howard St.
Helping Hands Volunteer ID. NFCC holds GED t i o n a l t e c h n i c al To register please call 850-' children ages 5-17 and frie Live'Oak
Orientation will be held preparation courses free of programs. Photo ID re- 973-9451. for children 4 and younger. 362-4043

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