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The Mayo free press
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028404/00003
 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 20, 2005
Publication Date: 1958-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Mayo (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Lafayette County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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
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        Page 2
        Page 3
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    Section B: Sports
        Page 1
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    Section B: Sports
        Page 3
        Page 4
        Page 5
        Page 6
    Section C: North Florida Focus
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        Page 3
        Page 4
        Page 5
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        Page 7
        Page 8
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    Section DC: North Florida Focus: Classified Marketplace
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"; 1Look inside today's issue
of The Mayo Free Press
Sfor your copy of the
SI l I Dowling Park Gazette

S50th Anniversary Reunion
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Stheft Mayo citizens iI K out

Charges filed Positive poll results told as President begins second term ,,a dm:
Robert Miley Brown, George W. Bush will be sworn in God," and kissed the Bible, two tra- I support the
34, P Box 62e and Jack- as the 43rd President of the United editions thathave been carried onby president and
je Silvers Shiver, 40, States today at noon at the U.S. successive presidents. doing a great job
both of Mayo were ar- Capitol. An so it will be as the 55th Presi- at running theatjob

-harges of grand theft edition that dates back to 1789, when four days of events under the inau-
Sand dealing in stolen the nation's first president George gural theme, "Celebrating Free-
propert. Washington's inauguration ,was dom, Honoring Service."
or t a- carried out in Ne York Cit the "We are a nation at war,and it is Greg Cook
resting officer's report action's capital fitting that the inaugural events re- He is doing a
Brown and Shiver had 1 According to history New York flect not only the great sacrifices good job, butl;
spent much of the City was experiencing a harsh win- made by our troops everyday to am concerned
month of December ter that had prevented many of the protect our freedom, but also the about getting
stealing gas and ame- congressional delegates from mak- cherished ideals that make our na- home aft..
chanical products from ing the trip to the city for the tion so unique," said Inaugural PhotosDelores L.
hwo area garages, Mayo planned March 4 announcement of Committee Chairman Jeanne John-alr
Service Center and B&B who won the presidential election. George W Bush son Phillips. al
Auto and Truck Spe- Thus, it was not until April 6 that ington set his hand on the Bible and The Commander-in-Chief will
cialist, as well as the there were enough Congressmen in repeated the words set forth in the specifically honor and thank the India Watkins: I
Napa Store. All three attendance to count the electors' Constitution. "I do solemnly swear men and women and their families really appreciate
businesses are located votes and announce "it appears that I will faithfully execute the of- who are on the front lines of free- the fact that the
in the same area o that George Washington, Esq. was fice of the President of the United dom everyday. president is a
Ilay)o on Hwy. 27 east unanimously elected President." States and will, to the best of my There will be three candle-light praying man
.O n Dnaugur a yin G, ri n30, orote ct. E _e r_ c r enra tt te5_s a esue t sic e kn o th a
S ton. On Inauguration Day, April30, ability, preserve, protect, and de- since I knowthat
The report states s- the city rang with the sounds of fend the Constitution of the United SEE MAYO, PAGE 6A God is the head
ral vehicles that were church bells and cannon blast. States." he added "so help me of the country I
marked at the garages Standing in the Federal Hall and Patricia Tovar feel a sense of
for repairs. The wearing a homemade suit, Wash- Belinda Bowser: I can't complain, safety with him. '
He's doing an I like that he in office.
alleged thefts were Wyatt O'Steen: outstanding job stands up for
discovered when the I think the keeping things moral issues,
owners of the garage president is together. Even that is important
Sammy Buchanan and doing fine. He with the war and to me. As for the Roy Jackson: I
Bubba Cone found the has faced a lot all that's going war, most peo- believe he is a
gas caps lying on the .but,. e's doing. on, business is pie were ready Christian man
ground by the vehicles a good job and good and people after 9-, but, and I believe h&
with their gas tanks I feel very posi- are spending the longer it lasts some people are is doing a good
___ive about the money. He changing their minds. I still feel like job.'
SEE TWO, PAGE 6A .' next four years. stands up for the president is doing what right
what he believes, I like that. for the country.

Local youth experiences international agriculture
This winter, students from distribution of agricultural can agriculture make adjust- please contact FFA Global Pro-
across the nation gained an in- products. ments in order to remain com- grams at global@ffa.org, or vis-
ternational perspective on agri- Participants had the opportu- petitive. This seminar allowed it- the hownepage at
c:culture. Fort' eight students nity to see how German farm participants to gain valuable http:/ /www.ffa.org/pro-
were selected' to participate in families live and work, while experiences that can be shared giams/global/
the 2005 International Leader- exploring the similarities and with FFA members and other FFA is a national organiza-
ship seminar for State Officers differences to American agri- agriculturists throughout the tion of 476,732 members
Robert(ILSSO, coordinated by the Na- culture. Each state' officer Uhited States. preparing for leadership and
tional FFA Organization. Tori stayed with a German farm ILSSO is orie of many ways careers in the science, business
Lyons.of Mayo, was one of the family for five days. FFA prepares members for fu- and technology of agriculture
lucky participants. Tori spent Additional activities includ- ture success. It is offered each with 7, 223 local chapters in all
Jan. 4-18, 2005 in Germany, ed visiting American Em- year for current or past state 50 states, Puerto Rico and the
Austria and Franee learning bassies, agricultural colleges, FFA officers who have a strong Virgin Islands. FFA strives to
about agriculture on an inter- salt mines and evensledding in background in leadership and make a positive difference, in
national level. the alps! The main focus of agriculture, as well as an inter- the lives of students by devel-
SHighlights of the trip includ- ILSSO was to give participants, est in expanding their knowl- oping their potential for pre-
ed several agricultural tours in the opportunity to better un- edge of other cultures through-. mier leadership, personal
Germany, Austria, and France.' derstand 'global agriculture, out the world. growth and career success
Students learned about organi- The increasing production ca- For more information about through agricultural educa-
Jackie S. Shiver cally raised products in Ger- pacity of foreign agricultural this seminar or other global ti0n. Visit www.ffa.org for
Photosubmittedby.LCSO many as well as marketing and markets demands that Ameri- agricultural. experiences, more information.

Library problems gain TV attention

Delores L. Walker COOKI I
Free Press Reporter ForKids
The recent events at the Lafayette County. l 12 & Under I
Library gained the attention of WCTV 6 I No Purchase Necessary
.ust Present Coupon
News Thursday, Jan. 13, when reporter Lan- I Limit 1 Per Person
Setra Bennett interviewed Kay Green, librari- IGood 1/21/05 Only
an and Steve Hurd, director of Three Riversibraryystem
SRegional Library System of which'the local li- Contact Us ..
S brary is associated.Ta frd
i The piece was aired on WCTV 6 Friday Thanks for reading
The Mayo Free Press.
morning on the early news show. We e uagyour phe
According to Hurd and Green the reporter
asked about the recent water seepage into the calls and questions.
new $500,000 building as.well as other struc- You're welcome to call
tural problems that had occurred over the s at (386)294-1210
past two years.
County Commissioners. Gail Garrard, Jack Byrd and Donnie Hamlin, Robert Wolfe, architect, Jay As reported in the Mayo Free Press, Jan. 13 INDEX
Hatfield, builder, Jimmy Windham, Lafayette County Building Inspector Bobby Johnson, Spessard edition, the water seepage was just one of "
Putnal and Kay Green inspect the problem areas at the southwest corner of the library. It was many problems that had plagued the con- Classifieds.......1-5D
agreed that the sod would need to be removed from touching the building to see if this was the Calendar ....... 3-9C
source of the water seepage. Photo Delores L. Walker SEE LIBRARY, PAGE 6A Sports ............ 1B
Church News.... 2A


are it RioIn om n e New Beginnings Church begins

t is your famty of "Marriage Made Easier" series
church lobs, children, schedules and responsi- Hwy 27 right across from the Hornet
doing? abilities can pull us from the married life Hose Car Wash. Come early and enjoy
SLet us hear r iwe were meant to enjoy. But most of us some fresh coffee, breakfast bars and oth-
r from you. want more, we just do not know where er items at the New Beginnings Cafe'. For
from y 7ou!to get it. New Beginnings Church invites more information about us go to
Have an article ou to take a si\-week journey with us www.newbeginningschurchmayo.com
Haveu an article into married life-the way God intended ,. you want printed? 1 it to be. Check out these sermon topics: mayo.com> or call 294-1244. We look
; Send it to us! lan. 23-Hurry Home forward to seeing you this Sunday.
Phone 294-110 Jan. 30-Cultivate Communication
Phone:294-1210 Beverly Braswell was Feb. 6-Nurture Romance
Fax:294-2666 cherished and loved by Feb. 13-Celebrate Differences Lt ite
/ .xany. This was obvious by Feb. 20-Finish Together
eadin the Bible thrh the outpouring of love we Feb. 27-What Have We Learned-Re- The Lafayette County Sheriff's Office
Reading the Bible through received from friends, rela- newing Our Wedding Vows has numerous items (keys, wallets, etc)
tives, and.our church fami- that have been brought to the county jail.
Youhave notgiven up yet ly. To us she will always be New Beginnings service time is 10 a.m. If you have lost an item, you may call
have you? Would you like the heart of our family and each Sunday morning and is meeting in the county jail at 386/294-1301 to identi-
some suggestions that might will be dearly loved, forev- the Lafayette Community Center on fy the item that you wish to recover.
help you to stay with your er remembered, and missed
plan to read the Bible everyday of our lives. We
through this year? cannot adequately express
Schedule a regular time to our appreciation. to each: :
read God's Word. Most peo- one of you who sent flow- or hristian Taber acle Perry Florida & Betbea ofMt. Sinaii Mayo Florida
pie find that the best time is ers, brought food, visited
the first thing in the morning. David H. Matier called, sent a card, made a present
This may not be the best time donation to Cornerstone
for a mother with children to reading is to look for verses Baptist building fund,
get off to school, etc. If that is that have a particular appli- and/or prayed during the iI M 1
your situation you need to cation to your life situation, duration of her sickness
set aside a time after the chil- You may want to underscore and after her home going. 4
dren are off to school and passages that appertain to This world is only our
selfishly guard that time these or other subjects that home for a short time, we
each day as the time you turn might be of particular inter- know that she'has gone to r r -
aside from all of your other est to you. CONSISTENCY be with her Lord and Savior
concerns to read your Bible. is the key to completing the Jesus Christ who has' pre-
Whatever time is best for task. pared a place, for us for eter-
you: morning, noon or Remember Paul's admoni- nity. Beverly had a genuine
night. Justbe CONSISTENT! tion to Timothy, Till I come, love and concern for her
In order to read the Bible give attendance to reading... loved ones and community Psa- l I 1F9i
through in one year you will (I Timothy 4:13). to know Jesus as their per-
need to read at least three David H. Matier, DPC sonal Lord and Savior.
pages each day. To keep Christian In this time of sorrow we
from getting bogged down, Biblical Counseling pray for every lost soul that "'
it might help you if you dmatier@alltel.net your life be changed, so
would read 20 pages of the when your time comes to,
Law (Genesis Esther), 5 Our sincere leave this world you will
pages of Psalms (Job Songks know that you will have a
of Solomon), 10 pages of the than better place to go home to.
Prophets (Isaiah Malachi) We want to express our. Please ,continue to pray for
and 10 pages of the New Tes- sincere thanks to our. us as vwe.,will continue to
tament (Matthew Revela- friends, family and church, live our lives for our Lord, J
tion). The important thing is family for your love and doing his work until it too
to be CONSISTENT! Be sure concern during our surg- is our time to get called m
you read at least pages each series and recovery. home and be reunited with Mnist Sh e aleiWy. Pass ist & Ca yn
day during the time you set The prayers, cards, visits, :-por-loved ones; but most AsI bor, NC, Guest Speaker Contfrence Host
aside to- read from'your phone' Wall~' d fd wer" imiportntly uf-r Lord and .
Bible. a grieat'blesing to'us. We'j"av ioiltifiierist, ; -:. i' --.
You may want to pick out will never forget it. Recov- God Bless you all. .
a word (i.e. thanks, remem- ery has been slow but we Steve Braswell t .r.i-h lau3rv 22, i
ber) to look for as you read are doing well. Buck and Vickie Braswell : ' ~ I 2, 3 PM
and underline it each time Prayer makes a differ- Lance and Holly Braswell fBl M t. Sinai Holy Church
you find it. This will help ence and God's love never Paul and Louise Tolar
you to keep your mind from fails. May God bless each of Paul Byron and Patricia 352 V' IVc I "e
wandering. you is our prayer. Tolar
Another activity that helps Ralph and Inez Adams Mark and Pamela John- a Floi
keep your mind on your and family son

Co-Pastor ::......... .....us MAYO FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Pastor.................Rev. Charlie Walker
Sunday SSchool. ........... ....9:45 a.m. Located SE corner o Hwy.27 FL 51 Mayo Sunday School... ......................10:00 a.m. Community Church,
Children's/Youth Discipleship..... .... 11:00 p.m. Pastor, Walter Bell Morning Worship................................................11:00 a.m. A Full Gospel Ministry
Disciples p Trhaining........................7.. ........ 6:00 p.m. Training....................1..6::0a.m.D p.m. of Mayo Florida, Inc.
Discipleship Training.... ..................6..:30 p.m. Sunday School.................................10:00 a.m. Eve~n, Worship ...................7:00 p :m294-16
Wednesday Adult Bible Study.............. ........ 6:30 p.m. Morning Worship......................................................... 11:00 a.m. Adult Choir ............................. ................ ...... 8:00p.m. 294-1656
AWANA/Youth Meetings ........ .. ....... 6:30 p.m. Evening Worship.............6..0....... 00 p.m. Prayer Meeting, Bible Study & Mission Group-Wed...7:00 p.m. Deacon Lemon Curtis Watson,
Located FourMiles East of Mayo on Hiwy 27 Wednesday Prayer Meeting.................. .....7:00 p.m. Located Two Miles North of Mayo Off Highway 51 Chairman of the Deacon Ministry
Come Let us Worship The Lord" s. 95:61991DH-F "The Friendly Mayo Methodist" leeonH.F "Come And Hear, All Ye That Fear God" Ps. 6616O Mother Emma Watson, General Mother
ALTON CHURCH OF GOD..............294-3133 LIGHTHOUSE CHRISTIAN CENTER...294-3089 PLEASANT GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH (SBC).294-1306 at the crne ofS Sr v t:.
Youth Pastor ............ Bretts eals Pastor, John Whittington Pastor.......................... ................... Ted Rushing Sunday School....................10:00 a.m.
M music irector.....................................................Blanche Perry Sunday School..................................................................9:45 a.m Morning Worship................11:00 a.m.
Childrenis Pastor...... ..... Ryan & Tiffany Perry Sunday Praise and Worship Service.............................10:30 a.m. Worship Service.................................................................11:00 a.m.esday Service .............7:00 .m.
S id School ...... ....; .......................... .......9:45 a.m. Children's Church......................................... ......10:30 a.m Wednesday Discipleship Training..............6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. r Meeting and Bible Study)
W rs p Serice/K.D.S C urch .. ...................... 1045 a.m. SundayNight Service ....................... ... ...6:00pm Eve ngTraining...............................................................6:00 p.m. Worship means Celebration, Communication,
ven Worsi .........nes Service......................................................... 7:00 p.m p.m. Wseam ids Nist S v.. .................7:00 p.m. ............... .............................6:30 p.m. and Consecration.
Family ight Youth Club Church ...... 7:00 p.m. Wednesday Wed. Children's and Teen's Service... .......7:00 p.m. Seven miles West of Mayo, left on CR 534 then right on350A Church Membership means Commitment.
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BETHEL HOLY CHURCH...................294-1932 MAYO BAPTISTCHURCH........(386)294-1020 NEW HARMONY UN EDME ODIST CHURCH New Beginnings Church
"Affiliated with Mt Sinai Holy.Churches of America Inc." Interim Pastor: Dr. Roy Lee Saint south on 160th St. e
Pastor........................... ......Elder Carolyn Demps (Go south on 51 to 160th, turn right) a place for you
Sunday School .......m WorshipLeade.r.................................. JoycelynCook. Pastor: Stan Posey Pastor...............Wayne Hudson
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"Membership357Pine Street sh Adult Prayer Service .......................................6:30 PM. WEDNSDAY w Beginnigs existstoproide anenvironment
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PastorevSunday Schoolev ...........................:1000 a.m. VICTORY BIBLE CHURCH...........................935-0843 CommunityCenter
Pastor......... ...............................................:Rev.Steve0Boyd a sunday Schoole ............0 a m Pastor: S ervic e : u:
sunday School.....W................................................orship Service............... ........11:00 a.m. Rev. Larry Easton Sun.Morning Worship...................10:00 a.m.
Evening Worship... .....m Discipleship aining.................... pm m Sunday AM Service...............................................................:.........10:30 a.m. Wednesday Nigt Bible Study................l0p.m.
Evening W worship ................. ..................... ..6:00 p.m. unday PM Se ................................................... ....... p.m..
Wed. Light for Lving........................... ....................... 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday.............. ....................... 7:00 p.m. Children's Church.......................................................................... 0:30 a.m. 134595DH-F
Thursday Mid Week............................................................. ............ 7:00 p.m. Ep hesus Advent
Located 4 miles South on Hwy. 349, Located on County Road 354 Hwy. 27, 4 miles West of Branford Ephesus Adven
then left on CR 138, follow signs. "For If Ye Forgive Men Their Tresspasses Your. Heavenly Christian Church
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963-5600 208-9626
FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD ST. MATTHEW'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH Bethel Creek Baptist Church.....................658-2398 ay sch 08966:a.m.
Sday Worship Service......:............ ..... 10:30 a Contact Number in Mayo (386) 294-2664 Pastor: Sherwood E. Sawyer s Servce...........1:0 a.m.
Kid's Church...... ............11:00 a.m. Vicar................ .........................................Rev. Linda Lowry Sunday School....................................9:45 a.m. Prayer Meeting...........7:00.m.
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,..e south Impact............................... .... m. 'u p Celebration of Holy Eucharist at 7:00 PM Wednesday Bibne Studyh.................. 00.... ........... 00ace Yourp.m.
/e", Adult Bible Study.................................. 7:00 p.m. each Wednesday to be followed by light Church In Our
Pastor: David Stephens f. reshments and Christian Education. Nursery available for all services h
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10 ways to make What happened T

nutrition and health to 2004?
rs a lit Submitted by Chris Vann, pects of the Federal tobacco Judy K. Guidly Beggs Funeral Home was
resolutions a rea uliy Lafayette County Extension marketing quota and price in charge of arrangements.
As we get older we all re- support program. Quota
Frequently, our resolutions for the New Year focus on hat time seems to just owners and growers will be Judy K. Guidry, 61, of
improving our health, exercising, and losing weight. All pa a s y When was a compensated at th e Mayo, passed away Janu- indy ee Wo
pass us by. When I was a compensated at the rate of
too often, despite our good intentions, many of us find child, it seemed like birth- $7.00 per pound for owners ary 9, 2005.
too often, despite our good intentions, many She was a homemaker Mrs. Cindy Lee Wood, 46
ourselves slipping into our old habits of unhealthy eating days, Christmas, and hunt- and $3.00 per pound forattended First Asshom em- years old, of Cross City,46
and inactivity early in the year. Nearly six in 10 Ameri- ing season would never growers. The payments bly of God Church in passed away Monday, Jan-
cans resolve to lose weight, exercise more, or make some come. Now it seems they will begin sometime in Mayo. uary 10, 2005 at North Flori-
other health related changes in their lives. Yet, only 10 are here and gone before 2005 and continue for 10 May F uary 10,e2005 at North FloCn-
percent of Americans strictly stick to their resolutions, you know it. As we begin years. The money required Daiels Funeral Hom e f da Regional Medical Cen-
while another 24 percent do so occasionally. This means 2005, let's take a look at to pay for the buyout will ve ak charge ter after a sx year battle
that 66 percent of us don't keep our resolutions at all. some of the events that be obtained though assess- wh breas cance 1
You may already know that there is an epidemic of obe- shaped agriculture in 2004. ments of manufacturers Michael Waye Mrs. Wood was a 17 year
sity in the United States. Over 60 percent of adults and 16 The weather was a domi- and importers of all tobac- ike" Tre ment of Corrections serving
percent of our children are either overweight or obese. nant topic in our area espe- co products sold in the meant of Corrections serving
Eating right and being physically active are vital to pro- cially late summer and ear- United States. Producers Michl W e "k s a Nursing Supervisor
moting health and reducing the risk for death or disabili- Michael Wayne "Mike" and RN with the Cross City
ty due to chronic diseases such as heart disease, certain lyfall. We are fortunate we can still grow tobacco un- Tyre, age 48, died Friday, Correctional Institution be-
ty due to chronic diseases such as heart disease, certain did not suffer the damage der contract if they desire. January 14, 2005 in Madi- fore becoming medically re-
cancers, diabetes, stroke, and osteoporosis. that occurred in other parts It appears,that tobacco will son, Florida. tired.
SAdopting a healthier lifestyle involves healthy eating of the State. But the high continue to be grown in our Funeral services were Mrs. Wood was a loving
and physical activity in a series of small attainable steps. wF a e ri d are bu by significant uneral services were Mrs. Wood was a. loving
and physical activity in a sei'ies of small attainable steps. winds and heavy rains did area but by significantly held Tuesday, January 17, wife and caring mom. She
It may not be the easiest thing to do, but when it comes to cause damage and many fewer growers. 2005 at 3 p.m. at Beggs Fu- was a member of the Old
obesity and overweight, we all must work together to im- inconveniences. As each Although 2004 came and neral Home Madison Town First baptist Church
prove our lives and the lives of our children. torm ended, I vowed to be went quickly, some major ral Home Madison Town First Baptist Church
prove our lives and the lives of our children. storm ended, I vowed to be went quickly, some major Chapel, Madison. Burial and had lived here for 20
The Departments of Agriculture and Health and Hu- better prepared for the next events affected agriculture. wa inOakRidgeCemetery years, moving here from
man Services just released the Dietary Guidelines for one. But, I am no better With the year just starting, in Madison. The family re- Vinton, Ohio.
Americans, 2005 which highlights how to: prepared now than' last what major events may ceivedfriendsat heBeggs Mrs. Wood is survived by
Make smart choices from every food group storm season. The official shape agriculture in 2005? Chapelonived nday, theanuary her husband. Wood of 27 years;vived by
Find a balance between food and physical activity rainfall for Mayo in 2004 Chape16, 2005 from 6 until 8 p.m. Kevin Woor husband of Cross City,
Get the mdst out of your calories 16, 2005 from 6 until 8 p.m. Kevin Wood of Cross City,
Get the midst out of your calories was 61.5, with normal be- He was born in Madison her parents; Harold and
These guidelines can provide help in keeping your nu-. ing 55.21. Some areas re- was i on ent Harold and
trition and physical activity resolutions. port receiving close to 70. and was a life long resident. Wilma Pauley of Cross
These 10 simple steps are designed to help you achieve Most of the damage re- Mv He was a member of the City, son; Michael Wayne
your goals. Try them out, and then pass this information ceived was minimal but Madison Church of God, Wood of Moody Air Force
along to a family member or friend who may also be in the some pine plantations suf- H^ d Madison. Bast, daughter; Jennifer
midst of a battle with New Year's diet and exercise reso- feared significant long-term Ie l S D He is survived by his Wood of Cross City.
lutions. .wife, Donna Pate Tyre of Funeral : services were
lutions losses.
HEALTHIER LIFESTYLE TIPS Althouh ou weather f u t Madison, 1 son, Allen held on Friday, January 14,
1. Don't try to do everything at once! Set one or two spe- was stormy at times the Michael Tyre and a Step 2005 at 2 p.m. at RickGood-
cific, realistic nutrition and physical activity goals and Grain Belt experienced al- Flu shots are offered tostopher ingFuneral Home
you will be more likely to stick to them. condi- high-risk both of Madison., 1 step with Reverend Royce Han-
2. Focus on changing behavior in small steps. Drink wa- most ideal growing condi- high-risk individuals daughter, Amy Lee Wof- shew officiating. Burial fol-
S2. Focus on changing behavior in small steps. Drink wa- tions. This year saw record "People 65 years of age ford of Madison, 1 grand- lowed at the Cross City
ter or low fat milk instead of high caloric beverage with corn and soybean harvests. or older. ford of Madson 1 grand- g owed at the ross Cty
your meals. Eat a salad as a first course with your dinner. son' lhomas Cadge Cemetery. A visitation was
your meals. Eat a salad as a first course with your dinner. As a result, prices have de- *People who live in Eathridge of Madison, his held on January 13, 2005 be-
Start your day with breakfast. Walk an extra 2,000 steps dined to very low levels, nursing homes and other mother Edith Tre ofJasper, teen the hours of 6-8 p.be-
per day. When dessert is a must, make it fruit. But good foreign demand long-term care facilities. d I brother, Edwin Tyre at the funeral home-.
3. Write your goals down and post them in a visible and Ethanol usage should 'People with chronic f basper. He is also sur- Arrangements were un-
place, like the refrigerator door. keep prices from reaching health problems, includ- Jaspvived by m any Aunts, Un- der the care of Rick Good-
4. Log your progress. Keep a journal or chart to track the record lows experi- ing asthma, heart or lung es, Cousins by mand a host of in de Funeral Home in Cross
your progress toward your goal. enced in the late 1990s. disease, diabetes or can- frienduss and a host of ingty, FL, USneral Hwy 19. Cross
5. Reward yourself with a favorite activity when you Beef prices continued to be cer.e____City, FL,
reach your goals. Watch a ball game or take a bubble bath strong and dairy producers 'Household contacts e in Ir
when you've stuck to your exercise goals.for a week. saw improved prices com- of high-risk individuals. N W H pe Baptist Senirs Gr up
6. Enlist supporters. Share your goals with friends and pared to the prices received Women who will be New Hope Baptist Seniors Groupwill be selling chicken
Family and ask them to check in with you to see how in 2002-2003. pregnant during the flu and rice dinners with green beans, roll, tea and dessert for
you're doing. One major change that season. $5. Dinners will be on sell Friday, January 21, 12-2 p.m.
7. Recruit a friend or family member to participate in occurred in the Fall was the "Health care workers. (we will deliver to businesses at 11 a.m.) Others can eat in
your physical activity and nutrition resolutions with you. tobacco buyout legislation .*Cregivers of infants or ta,, out atft church.
Commit to exercising together. Walk or ride bikes with which ended the tobacco under the age of 6 For more information or tickets contact Ginger Calhoun
the whole family. When eating out, share an entree or program as we know it. months. or a church member 294-2837.
dessert with a friend. The legislation ends all as- Thanks for your support. Remember.... Jesus loves you!
8. Look for opportunities to increase activity in your
day. Take the stairs rather than the elevator. Choose the
far away parking space rather then the one closest to the
9. Control your environment. What triggers your be-
havior? Don't have high calorie snack foods in the house
if you are trying to lose weight; keep fruits and vegetables
handy to snack on instead. Put your walking shoes out to E V E N I C
I remind yourself to exercise.

S10. DON'T GIVE UP! Accept that you will probably slip
S up once in a while. Forgive yourself and get back on SUWANNEEHAMILTON TECHNICAL CENTER
course by renewing your resolution throughout the year.
For more information and tips on how to make your res- 415 SW Pinewood Dr., 2
S solutions a reality please visit: www.healthierus.gov/di- FL 32060 3
S etary guidelines Live Oak, FL 32060 (386) 364-2750
Registration: January 10th & January llth, 2005

Glenn Miller Orchestra 5:00 7:00 p.m.

For more than 60 years, audiences around the world Seven Week Course Nine Week Course
have thrilled to the beautiful Moonlight Serenade played 1. Course cost is figured at the rate of $2.00 per hour, plus books
S enjby theforGlenn theMiller Orchestra. inctivesoundsrth Floridian canthe 2. Full refunds will be issued, if the class is cancelled for insufficient enrollment (less than 10).
enjoy for themselves the distinctive sounds of one of the
most popular dance bands in history. Billed as the World 3.A $5.00 processing fee will be charged for all other refunds.
;, Famous Glenn Miller Orchestra, and deservedly so, the 4. Classes with less than 10 may elect to continue, if the participants pay a prorated amount for less than 10 students enrolled.
i band performs 7 p.m. Tues, Jan. 25 at the Van H. Priest Au- 5. All classes are from 6:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. (unless noted otherwise).
-i '* ditorium of North Florida Community College in Madi-
: son. Tickets are $11 for adults and $6 for children. COURSE TITLE DAY DATES (2005) COST The following classes will be scheduled when at least 10 persons indicate an interest
Launched in 1938 by the legendary Glenn Miller, the Cake.Decorating Mohday January 24-March 21 $43.00 Call in registration accepted by calling (386) 364-2759.
dance band was one of the most successful of its kind dur- Conversational Spanish Monday January24-March 21 $53.00 Monday CPR(ila,II,FAhl,t,.l,8AF.4,5,May2&3) $35.00 Tuesday Bicycle Repair $43.00
;' ing the Swing Era of the 1930s and 40s. Known for its very Floral Design Monday Janu 24-March 21 $43.00 Monday FirstAid(Ja24, Flh,Mall,A.11p&May9) $25.00 Tuesday Intro to Photography $43.00
i; distinctive "sound" created by clarinet and tenor sax inter- Introduction io Computer Keyboarding Monday January 24-April 11 $58.0(0 Monday Hobby Woodworking $43.00 Tuesday Lamaze $50.00
play with trombones and trumpets adding background Introduction to Internet- 4 weeks Monday January 24-April 11 $28.00 Monday Antiques& Collectibles $43.00 Thursday Genealogy $43.00
poo-ahs, the band has had more hits in one year that any Monday Basic Mechanics $43.00
oo-ahs, t he band has had more hits in one year that any Microsoft Access Monday January 24-April 11 $58.00 Class enrollment must be sufficient to support all programs. Enrollment is based on first
other group in recording history. Chattanooga Choo- come, first serve basis. Equal opportunity employer. All computer classes have
Choo earned the first Gold Record ever awarded to a er- Microsoft Windows 2000 Monday January 24-April 11 $58.00 prerequisite of Keyboarding with the exception of Introduction to Computer Keyboarding.
I nvv K-o- i ay i. --------------------------- Classes and fees are subject to change. Maximum of 15 for all computer classes.
forming artist. Microsoft Word for Windows 2000 Monday January 24-April 11 $58.00 Adult Education DAY DATES Times Cost
S During World War II Miller organized and led the Glenn Quickbooks Pro 2001 (New Class) Monday January 24-April 11 $58.00 AdultEducation/GEDPreplatBranford HighSchool Monday&Wdineday Continuous 5:30 p.m. 8:30 p.m. Free
;, Miller Army Air Force Band. He was on a flight that dis- Sign Language Monday January 24-March 21 $43.00 Aduil Education/GEDPrep Monday&Tucsday Continuous 5:30 p.m.- 8:30 p.m. Free
appeared over the English Channel December 1944. Due JobPreparatory
appeared over the English Channel December 1944 Due eginnin Bride Tuesda January 25-March 8 $43.00 A $50.00 non-refundable deposit is due at the ime of application. heapplican must have the deposit or a letter of
to popular demand, the Miller Estate authorized the for- authorization from an agency that is sponsoring the student to have their name placed on the class roll. The deposit will
S nation of the present Glenn Miller Orchestra in 1956. The Introduction to Computer Keyboarding Tuesday January 25-March 22 $58.00 be applied to the tuition and fees of the participant. The deposit will be refunded if the class is cancelled.
]! 19-member band continues to play many of the original Microsoft Excel Tuesday January 25-March22 $58.00 HsrHcmilateihol Mon.&Tues. .2tMar.it&7, 6:010-9:30 p.m. 7.50
1co n e opa ma y o meo g a-HrildCmc"BOS Mon.Tues. Ma.I14,21, 22, 6:-:p.. 26.72
,i Miller arrangements and most of the band's shows are sell- Microsoft Office 2000 Tuesday January 25-March 22 $58.00 2OHoraildCmO Mon.&Tues. M.24,25,31,4F2.1&i.2005 6:00-10:00p.m. 552.17
,' outs. The orchestra has performed in all 50 United States, Oil Painting Tuesday January 25-March 8 $43.00 30HauChildCao Mon.&Tres. SattlOHtreta&2trab 6:00-9:30pm. i 79.67
40HMChidCMae 10 hr. Preschool; 10 hr. S 10 HrPreco,10HrBOS, &20Hr 6:00-10:00 p.m. $106.39
Europe, Australia, Japan, South and Central America and One'Stroke by Donna Dewberry Tuesday January 25-March 8 $43.00 BOS; 20hrChild Care R.kst&Relaib tmt
annually travels over a hundred thousand miles perform- Quickbooks Pro 2002 Tuesday January 25-March 22 $58.00 JHuarchildCa0me Salurday Ja 29,Frb.5,12,19,&26,2005 8a.m.-2 p.m. $86.48
aing for more than halild Edatif a million people. ary D Tuesday .3.A ,205 6:00-9:00.m. 4.75
S in for more than half a million people. Creative Writing Workshop, Poetry,& Thursday January25-Feb. 24 $37.00 Ptlteaomy65shao) Mon.&Tucs. .24-Aili.,2005 6:00-9:p.m. 52I6.75
i Today, the group is led by Larry O'Brien, a trombonist, Flash Fiction (Book Reg.) Mvonr..00iho) F oiday My20&27,205 8a.m..4:30p.m. $206.66
who has been associated with big bands most of his career.
The program includes dozens of familiar selections from Dianne Westcott, Accredited by Council on Occupational Education George E. McKnight, SUWANNEE- B
: ;* the Glenn Miller Orchestra library including Little Brown Principal 41 Perimeter Center East, NE, Suite 640 Evening Coordinator HAM ILTONJ
Jug, Tuxedo Junction, Pennsylvania 6-5000, Tangerine, .(386) 3642750 Atlanta, Georgia 30346 (770) 396-3898 (386) 364.2759 TECH CAL CENTER
S Sunrise Serenade, and Bugle Call Rag. Moonlight Sere- g415 S.W. Pinewood Dr., Live Oak, FL 32064
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Mayo Baptist Church Dedication held

Organized in 1894
Mayo Baptist Church held its New Building Dedica-
tion service on Sunday, January 9. The service was a
wonderful time of worship, special music and recogni-
tion of special guests who came to join us. Among the
special guests were the Campers oJi Mission who
worked for many months on our beautiful building
and others in the community who came to celebrate the
Brother Don Ridgeway, Campers on Mission Super- .
visor, gave a brief synopsis on the building process and '
was followed by a slide show of significant events from W" ..
the ground breaking ceremony to the very first day in
our new church.
The service continued with special music from our
praise team, choir and children, and with an Act of Edward Koon and Dr. Roy L. Saint. Bro. Don Ridgeway & wife.
Dedication led by Dr. Roy L. Saint. The service con-
cluded with Middle Florida Baptist Associational Di-
rector of Missions, Rev. Gene Stokes, giving a prayer of
dedication for our new facility.
After the service over 220 people joined together in -
the Garden Worship. Center for a wonderful meal and n
time of fellowship.
We wish to thank everyone who helped to make this "

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Bronson reminds Pleasant Grove Baptist New library highlighted

farmers of February Church to hold Bible study at Rotary meeting
8Pleasant rove Baptist Church will be conducting a Linda Smith
28 deadline January Bible study with Brother Tom Gillam on Janu- Kay Green, county li-
ary 23 through January 26, at 7 p.m. each night. There brarian was the guest
Florida Agriculture Commissioner Charles H. Bronson will be special music each night. speaker for the weekly Ro-
reminded farmers and other eligible stakeholders of the Fifth Sunday night services for the month of Janu- tary meeting. She shared
approaching deadline for purchasing crop coverage un- ary will also be held at Pleasant Grove Baptist with Rotarians and guests 4
der the Non-insured Crop Disaster Assistance Program Church at 6 p.m. a little of the "road to com-
(NAP). pletion" of the new library.
The NAP, which is administered by the U.S. Depart- According to Green, they 4 --
ment of Agriculture's Farm Service Agency, provides fi- are now in the new build-
nancial assistance to producers of non-insurable crops Therapeutic lifestyle ing and enjoying the spa-
when low yields, loss of inventory, or prevented planting ciousness and beauty of
occurs due to natural disasters. changes the a to go the new library. She de-
To be eligible for NAP assistance, crops must be non-in- chas are scribed some of the fea- Kay Green Lafayette
surable crops and agricultural commodities for which the By: Priscilla Cashman, tures of the new library County Librarian speaks to
catastrophic risk protection level of crop insurance is not Program Assistant such as the children's read- Rotarians.
available. Interested parties should contact a crop insur- Lafayette County i ing room,. and the room
ance agent regarding whether a crop is insurable in a spe- Extension Service that they now have available to the community for gath-
cific county. Contact the local Farm Service Agency office Live healthier and live erings. She stated that this was for use with non-profit or-
for information on whether a crop is eligible for NAP cov- longer! The National Insti- ganizations such as Hospice, etc. All that is needed to se-
erage. tutes of Health Reports cure use of the "Community Room" is to call and reserve
An eligible natural disaster must occur before or during new recommendations ad- ..'the room.
harvest and must directly affect the eligible crop. The cov- vise physicians to consid- It was obvious from the way that Green described the
erage period for NAP may vary depending on whether er new, more intensive new library building that she is very proud of it. She said
the producer grows annual, perennial, or value loss crops. treatment options of peo- that although it has been a long process to completion,
To remain eligible for NAP assistance, specific crop ple at high and moderate- :,, and there are still some problems that have to be ad-
acreage information must be reported annually. When a ly high risk for heart at- dressed, she feels sure they will be dealt with soon and
crop or planting is affected by a natural disaster, the local tack. -" that she certainly feels that the new facility is well worth
Farm Service Agency office must be notified within 15 cal- So what is TLC? The I.. the wait.
endar days. components of therapeutic Priscilla Cashman, Program Green spoke very proudly of her staff. She said she has
For more information about NAP, visit: http://disas- of lifestyle changes are nu- Assistant Lafayette County been blessed with an outstanding staff at the library, of
ter.fsa.usda.gov/nap.htm trition; physical activity, Extension Service which she is very thankful.
To locate the FSA office in a specific Florida county, vis- and weight control. Inter- Following Green's presentation, Rotarians and guests
it: estingly enough, if you tivity level to at least 30 were.invited to tour the new library.
http://oip.usda.gov/scripts/ndisapi.dll/oipagency/ have a handle on these minutes each day. Walk-
pgSelectByState three lifestyle compo- ing, swimming, bicycling
nents, you reduce your are examples of moderate Branford Camera
risk for.many health prob- level activities. Regular
afay tte Co ty lems. Follow these guide- household chores like gar-
SC u lines. .dening and cleaning also Club m meeting
public office num bears Eat a dietlow in fat count as activity. Consult
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* Building Inspector: 294- Sheriff's Office: 294-1222 fat is the source of saturat- ing an exercise program. uary 20, at the Branford Public Library, 7:30 PM. This
3611 Supervisor of Elections: ed fats which increase Weight management. month's program will focus on basic photographic tech-
* Clerk of Court: 294-1600 294-1261 blood cholesterol levels. Maintaining a healthy niques applicable to all levels of film and digital cameras.
* County Extension Agent: Property Appraiser: 294- Switch to using low-fat weight can help keep your Gilbert Bernardo will lead the discussion of composition,
294-1279 1991 and skim milk. The dairy cholesterol levels in check. lighting, accessories, and other topics of interest to the
* Lafayette County Public Tax Collector: 294-1961 case also has many re- If you choose healthy group.
Health: 294-1321 duced' fat and fat-free foods and increase your Yvonne Robel will share pictures of her "painting with
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* EMS Director/911: 294- School District Numbers vor and make great dish- will reach a healthy level, a personal project.
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Continued From Page 1A day, Jan. 21. the oldest. All of those
$200,000 bond set Locally, citizens spoke polled said President Bush
2009000 bond set dinners, nine inaugural .positively about the up- is doing a good job of run-
Jack and Cassandra McGee of Hatch Bail has been set at $100,000 for Jack balls, the traditional pa- coming four years. In fact, ning the country.
Bend were arrested on Jan. 12, charged McGee and $100,000 for Cassandra rade, and other activities, the overall opinion in a re- The noon Inauguration
with solicitation and possession of McGee. The four-day celebration cent poll involved retirees ceremony will be televised
crack cocaine. They also face failure to will conclude with a Na- and those working public on all the major networks
appear charges in Suwannee County. tional Prayer Service on Fri- jobs from the youngest to today Jan. 20.
The McGees were arrested May 20,
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fice (LCSO) charged with felony drug 1 '-< -.
charges. They were part of a metham- Continued From Page 1A of rain. Then according to In Thursday's interview,
pethamine ring that was operating in -'- I '- Robert Wolfe, who de- Green, who has been the
Lafayette and Suwannee counties at struction of the facility, signed the building, there librarian for the past 25
three separate locations. They face vio- Most observers will re- were some question about years, said the problems
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the May 2004 arrests. Jack McGee Cassandra McGee foundation was poured rods used for extra sup- she is happy to be in the
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Alan Ellis and Dep. Travis fled the suspects and the
drained. The same sce- Boatright got a break in the Dec. 22 arrests were made."
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Stli Anniversary euni n

1954-55 LHS Boys Basketball team and Cheerleaders
This past weekend, the Mayo Cafe. Name tags The organizer of the re- the Bucs rather easily and For those that missed the the basketball map, but
1954-55 Lafayette High were certainly needed as union was team member then made a presentation of reception, there may never was also the man responsi-
School boys basketball faces had changed, but one Jerry McCall. Mr. McCall a plaque representing the be another opportunity ble for starting baseball
team and cheerleaders held thing that had not changed was certainly not short on achievements of the 1954- such as this was.- At one and football in Mayo. His
their fiftieth anniversary was that good ole Hornet gratitude towards Mayo 55 team to the, athletic di- point, the coach, Tommy accomplishments have
reunion. The commemora- spirit, for making this special oc- rector between the varsity Tomlinson sat around in a only been built upon since
tion celebration was in After renewing old cassion successful. Coach girls and boys games. The circle and talked about the that time which Coach Mc-
honor of Coach Tommy friendships, all the mem- McGrew let everybody plaque will be displayed in history of the Hornets Grew will attest to.
Tomlinson and members of bers, along with the current know that this was an the trophy case at Mayo sports program. There was The following day, the
the 1954-55 LHS boys bas- Lafayette Athletic Director event that he had been High School. After the in- a few, like this sports corre- team met at the Chateau de
ketball celebrating their and current principal, wanting to do for awhile production of the members spondant, that just sat back Lafayette for a commemo-
achievements as the first Derek Hembree, enjoyed a and that it was long past and cheerleaders and the and listened in amazement. ration luncheon. After lis-
state finalist team from seafood buffet dinner. The due in recognition of this plaque presentation, all The stories concerning the tening to all the special
Lafayette High School. tab was picked up by the team's achievements and members and their guests Hornets playing on clay memories of each of the
Most of the members athletic director and gave what it has meant to attended a reception in the -courts under a string of players, Milton E. Ceraso, a
were present when the tickets to the members to Lafayette High School to Mayo band room under the outside lights, the ladies former Hornets coach a
players and family mem- attend the varsity basket- this day. direction of the voice of the not yet having tournament few years later, was the
bers met on Friday night in ball game against Branford The team watched as the Hornets, Andy Hart. Hart competition and playing master of ceremonies. Af-
the banquet room of. the later that evening. Lady Hornets disposed of was quick to thank the players on the offensive ter a moment of silence in
Hornets tipoff club that is side of the court, and a dif- memory of the four de-
directed and managed by ferent set of players on the ceased members co-captain
Ann Murphy and Glenda defensive side of the court and all conference Julian
Hart. All three made the and basketball before and Barrs, co-captain and all-
reception very special and after integration was all in- conference Sonny Brannon,
', as usual, treated their credible. all-state Charles Guthrie
guests like gold, which was It was very tough not to and Lester Putnal, each
acknowledged by Jerry Mc- idolize Coach Tomlinson. member including the
SCall and the members and After all, this was not only .cheerleaders stood up and
S- ":L '-- was very appreciative. the man that put Mayo on gave a history of their life
since the olden days in
High school. After a good
meal, presentations were
made which -included a
Plaque to the head coach
on behalf of the team.
Sa t -''- Coach Torilinson spoke
A h Ion behalf of the team not-
ing that each member had
Lafayette Athletic Director Taylor McGrew, Coach Tommy Tomlinson and wife Margaret, been very successful in life
with Lafayette Principal Derek Hembree. just looking around the
room. Not one player
failed to make an outstand-
ing name for themselves
instead of the alternative.
lHe acknowledged, that he
had not.been affiliated with,
Wil, JoLinda cannon rereOresenteddlceas` d member, co-captain school th'r~iid the
and all-conference Sonny Brannon. Not pictured, but at- success rate of his former
tending with Mrs. Brannon was sisters Marilyn, and Carol students after high school.
with her husband Tom. When coach Tomlinson
was asked about his own
success being married 'to
his wonderful wife Mar-
garet for 55 years, he stated
that according to her, it is
easy when both people are
The cheerleaders represented was Faith Thomas Gresham, Diane O'Steen Jackson ac- in love with the same per-
companied by her husband Harold, Joy Land Hinton, Pat Medlock, and Martha Trawick son.
Branche. Not pictured but accompanying Miss Branche was her sister Kathryn Moore. The end of a busy week-
end came to an emotional
end as all the members bid
each other farewell and best
..-wishes. All were very
,ii.:.... grateful to Jerry McCall for
all his hard work and detail
in organizing the reunion,
he thanked Coach McGrew.
The 1954-55 Lafayette Hornets most improved player, He shared appreciation and
Woodrow Wilder and the MVFP Ben Henry Hooper. Hoop- respect for the job he is do-
er still owns the scoring record to this day averaging close ing at Mayo High School
"I': to 40 points a game. Not pictured but in attendance was ing t ao ng o
keeping the traditions go-
Hooper's son Ken. ing and gaining strength
along the way, and was
very appreciative to the
Mayo Free Press for their
S, participation and noted
how good they had been to
this group over the years.
Jerry McCall presents Lafayette Athletic Director Taylor McGrew in honor of Coach Tom- If you did not take the
my Tomlinson and members of the 1954-55 LHS boys basketball team that became the i time to meet this group,
school's first state finalist. The intent of the presentation is to display the plaque com- you certainly missed a piece
memorating their achievements with pride. On behalf of the team, McCall thanked the of important history at
athletic director for the school's hospitality and generous contributions to the celebration. Mayo High School. Over
He also thanked the Athletic Boosters Club and Andy Hart, the voice of the Hornets. the next few weeks, the
Mayo Free Press will intro-
Deceased all-stater Charles Guthrie was represented by duce you to each of the
his wife Lynn, all-stater and most improved player players and the season they
SWoodrow Wilder all-conference, all-state and MVfP Ben had that put Mayo on the
Henry Hooper Not pictured, but attending with Mrs. sports map, something that
Guthrie was step-mother Dean. only gets better with time.

50' ANNtERSr .. 2005 Lafayette

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Members of the 1954-55 state finalist team making the 50 year reunion was (back row .. team
left to right) Faith Thomas Gresham, Layman Wilder, Linda Brannon, Ben Hooper, Levis Prizes to the top 3 teams
Odom, Lavier Murray and Jerry McCall. (front row left to right) Woodrow Wilson, Evelyn Come and support Hornet
Wilder, Zelda Joe Bell, Doyle Bell, Bonnie Odom, Joly Land Hinton, Diane McCall, Mar- .Baseball!
garet McCall, and head coach Tommy Tomlinson. Not pictured but in attendance was Mrs. Jerry McCall organized and directed the reunion for his Derek Garland 294-3025
Bell's mother Dorsie Murray. team members. Joann Page 294-2834


Hornets' JV Boys Lady Hornets

survive two tough tests
The Mayo junior varsity boys traveled to assist. ju n i r g ir
Bronson and recorded a hard fought 48-36 It would not get any easier for the young
win over the Eagles. The game was almost Hornets on Friday night as they found The once beaten Lady Hornets ju- 57-0. Reid would once again lead all
a replay of the earlier meeting between themselves down by four at the end of nior varsity team received a severe scorers with 19 points. Thomas added
these two teams with Bronson controlling three quarters of play. Despite getting challenge in Chiefland, but an out- 10 points to the assault. Whidden
the early going. The Hornets would score himself into early foul trouble, Reid was standing defensive effort in the third added 8 points in a great game. Other
the last 13 points of the half however to able to take an assist from Sellers follow- quarter provided the difference in a contributors was Land, Monroy, Gia-
take a narrow 23-21 into the locker room. ing a key steal, and converted a three point 37-29 win. rdy and Young with 4 points each.
Leading the comeback in the second quar- play to give the Hornets the lead for good Chiefland held Mayo to a tie at the Macklin turned in 3 points, while
ter was Josh Scott scoring 6 points, Sergio and pull out a 39-35 win. Reid would lead half, but Reid and the rest of the Hor- Prine added one point from the stripe.
Perez with 5 and Jamaal Reid heating up all scorers with 13, while grabbing 4 nets got it going to outscore the Lady
with 4 points. boards, 3 steals and dishing out 3 assists. Indians 13-5 in the third period to hold Mayo 44 Sante Fe 31
Jonathan Sellers came out in the third Sellers was not far behind with 12 points, the i n id ai t
quarter and dropped 7 points, while Reid and did a great job on the boards with 7 off the upset minded Indians. Reid The junior varsity Lady Hornets
continued his hot hand with 6 as the Hor- while Reid was in foul trouble. He had 2 would finish the night with 14 points, came out strong building an 11-3 first
nets dominated opening up a 42-27 advan- steals and 2 assists. Others reaching the Other Hornets netting points was period lead and never looked back in
tage. Bronson would pull within 7 points scoring column was Henry Hughes with 7 Prine 6, Land 5, Thomas and Whidden beating Sante Fe 44-31. Reid scored 22
in the final quarter, but would not be points to go along with 5 rebounds and an 4, while Gandy and Macklin had 2 points to lead Mayo, while Prine and
enough to prevail over the talented Hor- assist. Jonathan Anderson scored 4 points each. Macklin each scored 6 points. Thomas
nets junior varsity squad. with 2 rebounds, .while Perez, although scored 4 points while Land, Monroy
Sellers would lead all scorers with 15 only scoring three points, hit a huge fourth JV Lady Hornets shut out Branford and Macklin each added two points to
points while grabbing 5 rebounds, stealing quarter three pointer to lead to the big The Lady Hornets junior varsity close out the scoring. The win raised
the ball once and providing an assist. Reid win. He also pulled down 2 key rebounds, team took no mercy at the home gym the junior varsity ladies to a 11-2 sea-
and Scott both scored 12 points, while The win raised the Hornets season shutting out the Branford Lady Bucs son record.
Reid was dominating on the boards with record to 9-3 and have a key return
12. He also added 2 steals and an assist. matchup with Hamilton County on Fri- :
Finishing the scoring was Perez with 7, day. The Trojans won a controversial
and Henry Hughes with 2 points. Hughes overtime thriller in Mayo earlier in the
also grabbed 5 rebounds and provided an season.

Lady Hornets a step closer to

top seed in district tournament
The Lady Hornets continued their mas- netting 8.
tery over district opponents, downing the Other Hornets scoring were Alcazar 4,
Lady Eagles in Bronson, 58-18. Wilson, Craig and Fran Smith each getting
The defense was impressive in the first two points.
period as Mayo posted a 14-0 lead. Natal- The Lady Hornets hosted rival Branford
ie Land was on top of her offensive game on Friday night and posted a 58-28 win.
Sin this one scoring 25 points to lead Mayo.
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Mayo Hornet varsity boys in play Recreation League
Hornets Tough in Tallahassee a pesky Buccaneer team. Branford scored
The Mayo Hornets varsity boys team the first seven points of the game, while b es S a t
took to the road in Tallahassee to meet an the Hornets evened things scoring the last.b es Srd
outstanding program McClay. Mayo suf- seven points of the first period. The Bucs
fered early turnovers and fell behind in the took advantage of strong rebounding to go The recreation basketball
first quarter by a score of 20-4. To the Hor- on a seven point run to take an 18-14 lead league will start Saturday,
net's credit, the final score of 46-36 was and went into the locker room up 19-16. January 22, at the Mayo
very respectable against a team like Mc- The third quarter saw the Hornets get- High School gymnasium at
Clay. ting to the stripe on a regular basis to pull 9 am. The league will be
Joseph Edwards would lead the way of- ahead by one point at 33-32. The Hornets geared toward all boys and
fensively scoring 11 points, and grabbed 3 would get to the line for 38 free throws for girls from third through
rebounds while stealing the ball twice and the game, making 21 of them. In the fourth sixth graders. All players
providing an assist. Cody Page dropped quarter, Mayo was able to extend the lead attending the tryouts will
in 8 points while grabbing 5 rebounds. to 43-34 as a result following an eight point be placed on a team.
He had 2 steals and an assist also. Thomas run midway through the final period. An- The opening day of the
Parker got himself into early foul trouble, other six point run as a result of the foul
but still managed 5 points and 4 rebounds. line opened up a 49-37 advantage that the tr ii ii i ll hprodue a
Hornets strong in second half Bucs would not be able to come back from. tainig clinic in all te ba-
against Eagles Cody Page was the biggest recipient of sics of pying bl.
The Mayo Hornets varsity boys basket- the foul line, and took full advantage mak- The players will then be as- .
ball team had quite the task this past Tues- ing 9-10, scoring 13 for the game. The lead- signed to perspective
day night traveling to the undefeated and ing scorer for the .game was James Ed- teams. This is where the Glenda Hart and Ann Murphy organized the re-
eighth ranked Bronson Eagle's gym. The wards with 14 points, making 8-12 from future Hornets begin their ception for the 1954-55 Basketball Reunion. They.
Hornets got off to a slow start as the Eagles. the line. Edwards was also strong on the quest to obtain the abilities made Andy Hart work very hard also on behalf of
scored 24 first quarter points, and went boards with 9 rebounds and stole the ball needed to proudly repre- the Tip-Off Club. The 54-55 class was very appre-
into the locker room down by 14 at the twice. sent the Hornets on. the ciative. The threesome will also be getting the
half. Mayo would settle down in the sec- Michael Kelley turned in a needed game hardwood, and it is essen- Recreation basketball league going on Saturday,
ond half and despite not making up the scoring 7 points, while grabbing 11 re- tial to have your children January 22, at 9 a.m. at the Lafayette High School
deficit, was able to battle the Eagles to 35 bounds and blocking 1 shot along with one that are interested in play- gym.
points a piece. steal. Other Hornets reaching the scoring ing basketball in the future
Despite the loss, Cody Page was able to column was Darren Powe with 4 points to participate.
get back on track with his offensive game and grabbing 4 rebounds. Dustin Geiger Organizing and supervising the league this year will be the voice of the
with 21 points. Other Hornets contribut- scored 3 points, and grabbed 3 boards. Hornets, Andy Hart and Ann Murphy. For further information, contact
ing to the offense was Thomas Parker 13, Chris Gibbons scored 3 points, grabbed 2 Hart at 294-1485, or Murphy at 294-3443.
Joseph Edwards 8, Michael Kelly 4, Geiger rebounds and had two key steals that re- Last year, the league fielded 10 teams, and hopes to have many more this
4, Powe 2, Turner 2, Givens 2 and Lisk 1. suited in the huge runs in the fourth quar-. year. It should be fun and a very worthwhile program. Future basketball
Mayo 52 Branford 42 ter. James Turner turned in a great effort players need training early, and the knowledge available at this clinic will
The Hornets hosted Branford Friday scoring 6 points, had 3 steals and had 4 re- ti. .
be plentiful. Hope to see you there.
night posting a hard fought 52-42 win over bounds.

Continued From Page 2B Kayla Smith had a nice of- that came into the game on 44-29 towards the end of assists. Shine hit three ter a slow start on the
fensive outing with. 9 a roll. The Raiders jumped the third period with Land from behind the arc and boards which saw strong
The Lady Bucs looked points, and had her usual out quick taking a quick 7- getting to the stripe going finished with 11 points, but offensive rebounding by
good early taking a 4-2 aggressive defensive game 2 lead, but 6 points from 5-5, and scored 11 points in was really strong on the the Raiders. Smith direct-
lead, but a first quarter per- with 4 steals. Smith shot 5- Lewis and 6 aggressive re- the quarter, boards with 8, and also ed the offense down the.
formance by Land that net- 7 from the stripe, bounds by Land pushed Everybody was waiting had a steal and a block, stretch taking time off the
ted 10 points, 4 rebounds, 4 Scoring also came from the Hornets in from 13-10 for a Raider run, but Mayo With Mayo getting into clock against a very ag-
steals and an assist fueled a Alcazar with 5, who also after one quarter following was just too strong on this early foul trouble, Coach gressive defense.
22 point run by Mayo and had 4 rebounds, 2 steals a nine point run that was night with the Lady Hor- Blankenship once again re- The Lady Hornets will
an explosive 24-5 lead after and 2 assists. Finishing out boosted by a three point nets taking a huge 61-49 lied on his bench, and Al- return to district play in
the first period. Land the scoring was McGrew 2, basket by Shine. road win against a very tal- cazar came in with a nice Trenton tonight,, and at-
would finish the night with and Craig with 1 point. The Lady Hornets would- ented Raiders team. job scoring 4 points, dished tempt to clinch the number
20 points, 10 rebounds, 7 Craig also pulled down 6 not trail the remainder of Land would finish the out 3 assists, 2 steals and one seed for the district
steals, an assist and a block, rebounds. the game even though night with 26 points, 14 re- grabbed 3 rebounds. tournament in Jasper- oi
Shine would hit three long Lady Hornets Stun Sante Fe stayed close most bounds, 3 steals, a block Kayla Smith does not al- Friday night. On Tuesday
shots from behind the arc Lady Red Raiders of the way. Mayo would and one assist.. Lewis ways show. up strong in night, Mayo will host
leading to 17 points. She The Lady Hornets extend that lead to seven brought her "A" game on the stats department, but Buchholtz. The Lady Bob-
would also pull down 4 re- stepped out of district play after scoring the final five this night scoring. 20 had a great game pulling cats handed the Lady Hor-
bounds and block 2 shots traveling,to Sante Fe to points of the fist half, and points, grabbed. 5 re- down 6 vital rebounds, nets one of their two set-
while adding an assist, meet a very tough team took their biggest lead at bounds, 2 steals and had 2 helping Mayo rebound af- backs earlier in the season.

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2004 year end conclusion
Citizens vote "no change" John Young with the Sheriff's office last Friday. Hurricane season is at the
in 2004 election The stuffed toys will be distributed to the Lafayette half-way mark...with three
County deputies to give to children during crisis times.
Lafayette County voters chose "no change" in their con- more on their way
stitutional officers by re-electing all the incumbents in this Mama Ruby celebrates The 2004 hurricane season has been extremely active
year's First Primary. and we are only half-way through say weather forecast-
th birthday ers. They add that this cycle could continue for the next
2004-2005 Mr. and Miss LHS Ruby Land, affectionately called Mama Ruby by most thirty years.
chosen everyone, celebrated her 100th birthday with hundreds of
d w c a friends and family on Saturday, Sept. 11 at the Alton 2004 Little Miss Pioneer Day
Michael Kelly and Shelly Sheppard were chosen as Mr. Abundant Life Worship Center.
and Miss LHS and will begin their year long reign dur- winners chosen Saturday
ing the homecoming week activities September 27 All of the participants werq all smiles with excitement in.
through October 1. their eyes as they waited to hear the winning name called
out from their individual age division at the annual Little
Sif t is .. Miss Pioneer Day event held Saturday, Sept. 18.

four Ivan appears to be taking the same path, and could According to John Bell, Lafayette County EMS Director

also hit Florida's coast as early as next week. the Enhanced 911 system should be "up and running live'
Books close Oct. 4.
for children to sheriff's office Ge neral Electionll
CouCrystal Bontrager, age 10, and herty officials prepare Lana Morgan, Lafayette County Supervisor of Elections,:
County spared once more from Several representatives from public agencies locally said, "Those choosing to vote in the General Election)
met at the Emergency Operations Center (EOC) Sun- Nov. 2, 2004 must register before 5 p.m. on Oct. 4 to be ell
hurricane's worst! day afternoon, Sept.12, to put the finishing touches on igible tO vote."
Florida residents were in the middle of cleaning up evacuation procedures and emergency measures in
from Charley when his big sister Frances decided to take case Hurricane Ivan visits the county. Enhanced 911
a shot at Florida to see if she could make a bigger mess. The County Commissioners declared a State of Emer- Enhanced 911
And if that is not bad enough, the other brother, category agency at 10 a.m. on Monday, Sept. 13. enters Second Phase
four Ivan appears to be taking the same path, and could According to John Bell, Lafayette County EMS Director I
also hit Florida's coast as early as next week... 'd. the Enhanced 911 system should be "up and running live"
by Nov. 1.
Local ten-year-old donates toys i
for children to sheriff's office ,Early to one cying al fi
'Crystal Bontrager, age 10, and her mom Rebecca de- n Observer c Watchers:
livered four large bags filled with stuffed toys to Sgt. '

E e glass s |.r M or e year end conclusection on page B'

*. I . Helping Hands
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Sthe past with th e addition of Early Voting, Poll Observersu
,~, and Poll Watchers.
be eiil f Voters make their choice for 2004Tri
Lm afayette County voters put Carson McCallinto the
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Sday's General Election almost two to one carrying all five
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SMayo LegalSu -O-,C ILaf al Christmas social at Hatch Bend
The Lafayet(e County Commission will hold a
regular scheduled meeting on Monday, Janu-
ary 24, 2005 at 5:30 p.m. The meeting will be
held in the Commissioners meeting room on
the second floor of the Lafayette County Cour-
thouse in Mayo, Florida. Listed below is an
agenda for the meeting.
By Order of: -
Curtis O. Hamlin ,
Chairman 20 THA A
1. Call to Order at 5:30 p.m.
2. Invocation and pledge to flag. 4 '
3. Approve the minutes. I T .
4. Special needs from the community. ,
5. Conrad Bishop Various Items 1 -. -' 25- s
6. Public Hearing Land Use ... ,,
7. Public Hearing Road "Re-Routing" (S-14 Reporter's note: The Mayo -'
8. Discuss the fee structure for C & D Material Free Press prints the entire ar- ,
that is derived from Hurricane Damage rest record as received. If your
9. Department Heads-Various Items. V
10.Approve the Bills name appears here and you are
11, New Business
12. Adjourn later found not guilty or the.
ALL MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC ARE WEL- charges are dropped, we will be. .
COME TO ATTEND. NOTICE IS FURTHER happy to make note of this in
STATUTE 286.0105, THAT ANY PERSON OR the newspaper when judicial
PERSONS DECIDING TO APPEAL ANY MAT- proof ispresented to us by you
INGWILL NEED A RECORD OF THE HEAR- or the authorities. (L-R) Mary Ann Lindsey, Dot Hill, and Harold Lindsey are
ING AND MAY NEED TO ENSURE THAT A Ja. 6- Heather Pymel The ladies at Hatch Bend Baptist Church always prepare
VRBATIM RECORDOF THE PROCEEDING Jan. 6- Heather lymel loading up their plates with Christmas goodies.
IS,MADE WHICH RECORD INCLUDES THE Beachamp, 12165 SE CR 25- lots of goodies for the holiday social.
THE APPEAL IS TO BE BASED. A, Jasper, Fl. Charged with
1 0-1V-D forgery x 2/uttering a
forged instrument x 2. Ar-
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS resting officer Dep. Scott
SLAFAYETTE COUNTY, FLORIDA Hamlin. Released on $3000
COMES NOW the undersigned pursuant to Jan. 6- Robert Gaines, 42,
the provisions of Florida Statute 336.09 and Rt. 7 BOX 703, Lake City, Fl. ,
petitions the Board of County Commissioners
forrLafayette County, Florida to re-route the fol- Charged with Failure to ap.-
loving road, to wit: pear/Driving while license i
southwest corner of the northwest quarter of D a
the southeast quarter of Section 14, township cer Dep. Scott Hamlin. Re- ,
5 south, range of 11 east; thence n 89' 06' 07" leased on $1000 bond.
e along the south line of the northwest quarter
of the southeast quarter of said section a dis- Jan. 6- Herman Watson, ,''
stance of 343.12 feet to the point of beginning;
thence continue n 89 06' 07' a a distance of 30, PO Box 265, Mayo.
246.30 feet; thence n 77' 46' 18" wa distance Charged with driving while ~-.
of 181.03 feet to the point of curvature of at "c ie
curve concave to the northeast having a cen- license suspended or re- Everyone takes a turn filing through the o
trial angle of 76 5058" a radius of 367.82 feet oked. Arresting officer Christmas treats.
a chord of 457.79 feet and achord bearing of voked. Arresting officer Christmas treats.
n 39* 20' 49" w; thence along the arc of said Dep. Geoff Condy. Re-
curve a distance of 493.35 feet; thence n 0 55' .
20"w a distance of 566.45 feet; thence s 41 leased on $1000 bond. .
1 h1'1 wfa instance of 44.74 feel; thence s 0b Jan. 6- Chester Clay, 348 i r-.ee a
55' 20' e a distance of 533.26 feet; thence s 8 Jan esteClay, 348
1 31 w a distance of 44.7 fee; thence s- C h esterL a d ies o f th e ch u rch a re e a n a n d s o ciai z in w h a t *' .
53 06" w a distanceof 103.59feet toapoint SE Riverside, Branford. Ladies of the church are eating and socializing, what
on a curve concave to the northeast having a COuld be better.
centralangle of 55 08' 29" a radius of 427.82 Charged with aggravated could be better
feet, a chord of 396.03 feet and battery (domestic io-
a cord bearing of 42' 17' 47' a thence along battery (domestic io-
the arc of said curve a distance of 411.74 feet lence) / resist arrest with vi-
to close on the point of beginning. Containing olence. Arr g
1.15 acres. olence. Arresting officer
A Survey Plat of the above description is open DepChris Land. Released
for inspection in the office of the Clerk of Court.Dep. rs La. Re
on $6000 bond.
James Roberts Jan. 7- Clyde Tacket, 27,
J PO Box 6776, Ozona, Fl..."'
A Public Hearing will be held to consider the P Box 6776, Ozona, Fl..
above petition at a regular scheduled County Charged with DUI. Arrest-
Commission meeting on Monday, January 24, o
2095 at 6 p.m.The meeting will be held in the ing officer FHP. Released
Commissioners Room on the second floor of on $1500 bond.
the Courthouse in Mayo, Florida.
All members of the public are welcome to at- Jan. 9- William Phillips,
tend. Notice is further hereby given, pursuant 30 0 Mills St Ma
to Florida Statute 2876.0105, that any person 30 0 Mlls St, Mayo.
or persons deciding to appeal any matter con- Charged with aggravated
sidered at this public hearing will need a record
of the hearing and may need to ensure that a assault t / possession
verbatim record of the proceeding is made cannabis(less than 20
which record includes the testimony and evi-Cann Ss tan 20 Lots of good food, fellowship and Christmas spirit
deice upon which the appeal is to be based, grams) / possession of drug abounds.
paraphernalia. Released on .,
Power $3000 bond. o .....l '' Public Meeting
Jan. 12- Jack McGee, 42,
PowerPO0 Box 657, Mayo. Public Meeting

w wheelchairs Charged with possession Please be advised that the Gateway School Readiness
crack cocaine/ criminal so- Coalition, Inc. Quality Committee and Executive Commit-
availble licitation. Arresting officer Joel and Ada Hill are talking with Pastor George Dunn and tee Meeting will be held on Thursday, January 20, at 2
available Dep. Travis Boatright. wife Elaine. p.m. at the Gateway School Readiness Coalition, 484 SW
Jan. 12- Cassandra Commerce Drive, Suite 140, Lake City.
(for seniors and the disabled) McGee, 35, PO Box 657, The Coalition oversees the state and federal funding for
The Senior Wheels USA Mayo. Charged with pos- all school readiness programs birth to age five (5) for the
Program makes available session crack cocaine/crim- following counties: Columbia, Hamilton, Lafayette,
Power Wheelchairs to Se- final solicitation. Arresting Suwannee and Union counties. We encourage community'
nior Citizens and the Per- officer Dep. Travis Boa- participation and welcome any input.
manently Disabled at no right. Transported to Live If any persons) interested in attending this meeting has
cost to the recipient, if they Oak. a disability requiring special assistance please contact Hei-
qualify. Jan. 13-Ammee James, di Moore at (386) 752-9770.
The Power Wheelchairs 31, Taylor County Jail. Notice has been made of this meeting, through publica-
are provided to those who Charged with Writ of bodi- tion, to cover the "Government in the Sunshine" law.
can no longer walk nor seIf- ly attachment x 2. Arresting
propel a manual wheel- officer Dep. Travis Boa- --
chair, and who meet the ad- right. ".'-' .
ditional guidelines of the Jan. 13- Shawn DiBen- -. i X
program. No deposit is re- odetto, 30, Lafayette Coun- '" ..'l m
quired. ty Jail. Charged with writ of ... ",, 'ie
If the patients need is for bodily attachment. Arrest-
use in the home, please call ing officer Sgt. Alan Ellis. S ale
for more information to see Jan. 16- William Dean .'"I-
if they qualify. Call toll free Lyons, 50, 837 NW Putnal ,', .1,,I I II Come in and meet
at 1-800-246-6010. Rd., Mayo. Charged with the staff and takee
possession of cannabis-. ., advaage of this special,
(more than 20 grams)/dri-salgogon nowat...
ving while license revoked
not assigned / unawful al- :,., "; '1429 Ohio Ave. North (ld Fooa Lion Buildlng1
tering of tag. Arresting offi- Factory Direct Discount Furniture 364111
i cer Dep. Geoff Condy. Re- Ed Brown pauses before going to the fellowship hall for Live Oak's Newest and Finest Furniture Store
i., ,j leased on $1500 bond. his Christmas goodies.
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Early morning fire received during an attack against his convoy in Ramadi, a Croft's Thriftway provides space
under investigation major city in the volatile Sunni Triangle, on Nov. 6. Danny Hewett of Croft's Thriftway has generously do-
A call from Nicole Thompson to the Lafayette County nated a space for the Mayo Free Press drop-box.
Dispatch Center about 12:45 am, Oct 31, lead officers ,. ......, It's there for your convenience, it's bright RED so you
Dispatch Center about 12:45 a.m., Oct. 31, lead officers -w.t,. ,M *1
and volunteer firefighters to what appeared to be a brush ., can't miss it and it will be checked regularly for your cur-
and volunteer firefighters to what appeared to be a brush .'H .... .... rent news.
fire on property owned by Mayo Fertilizer at the corner of n
Pine St. and Circle Drive. Thompson said her husband ':Prd w a- Z: a
Larry noticed a small fire that quickly blazed as he and a ChriStmas Parade well attended
neighbor were talking in their yard. Santa made a visit to Mayo during the annual Christ-
mas Parade held Saturday, Dec. 11.
County and '"' .Although the temperature had dropped and folks were
T"o n u e a do'..p d -bundled up everyone was in high spirits as they watched
TOwn Budget adopted the parade, coordinated by the Lafayette Chamber of
The Lafayette County Board of County Commissioners Commerce, then made their way to Mayo Town Park for
and the Town Council members adopted budgets for the Christmas entertainment and to chat with Santa.
2004-2005 fiscal year.
S&H Outdoor Supply
burglary under investigation 3 A .. :
An early morning call from Lee Hewitt co-owner of 3 '| R
S&H Outdoor Supply located at 123 SE Lynwood Dr. C n f
Mayo, on Tuesday, Nov. 23 informed dispatch that a h ll
probable burglary had taken place at the local business. .' C b hil Cook-off
Media representatives
view 2004 ballots jgu
Call it de-ja vu or what ever, but when the Lafayette
County ballots were spread out on the table by Lana Mor- ,.The Rotary Club of personselected to re-
gan, Supervisor of Elections in the courtroom Wednesday, Perry is spicing things ceive this award. Cer-
Nov. 17, some said it felt like they were reliving the af- up in Taylor County by tificates and T-shirts
termath of the 2000 elections. sponsoring their 3rd will be given to all par-
2004 LHS Homecoming Queen Annual Rotary Club ticipants.
and Princess Crowned Chili Cook-off to be So be sure to join us
Lafayette High School students, senior Brittany Hewett held in Perry at Forest here in Perry, for the
and 8th grader Whitney Shows were crowned Homecom- Capital State Park on "hottest" event of the
ing Queen and Princess during the half-time festivities at April 2, during the year! Whether you
Friday night's football game. Florida State Bluegrass want to sample all the
Festival. different kinds of chili,
Great prizes are to be or you want to enter, be
won with Citizens Bank sure not to miss this
of Perry sponsoring this event. And don't forget
event. A $500 Savings the Florida State Blue-
Bond will be awarded grass Festival will be
to the 1st Place winner, held also, so great en-
a $200 Savings Bond to tertainment will be pro-
the 2nd place winner vided. There is no entry,
and a $100 Savings fee for the festival.
Bond to the 3rd place For information about
winner. There will also entering your prize
Morabito injured be a "People's Choice winning chili just call
Award" which will be the Perry-Tavlor Coun-
by suicide bomber decided by those at the tv Chamber of Com-
Less than two months after local resident Sgt. Matt Pi- event who feast on the merce for an applica-
card, U.S. Marines, suffered serious injuries from a car samplings. A special tion and a set of rules at
bombing in Iraq,' another local soldier, Sgt. Mike Mora- ,award will go to the 850-584-5366.
bito, U.S. Army, too is recovering from serious wounds1:W

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Historic days, medieval knights
7By Scott Hunter of guests over two weekends, era first-hand, children will become knights.
. For two weekends each Jan. 29-30 and Feb. 4-6. Hun- Admission for the Faire is and ladies, dragon slayers and
'year, the clear blast of trum- dreds of actors, volunteers and $10 for adults and $5 for chil- damsels of the royal court.
.pets mingles with the laughter merchants work together to dren ages five-17. Children And as these children, new-
'of children as the kingdom of produce the award-winning under five enter free. Admis- ly honored by the King and
-Hoggeilo ne opens its gates. event. The Faire features talent sion on School Day, Friday, Queen, wander through the
'Dancers and singers in me- from all over the country, but Feb. 4, is half-price. The Faire Faire, they'll be met by dozens
dih al garb perform to the de- it's not only the actors and is open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on of different attractions, ven-
glight of passers-by. Vendors merchants who travel to the weekends and 9 a.m. to 4 dors, and merchants.
ia\; k their fine wares and Hoggetowne. p.m. on Friday's School Day. Seven stages of continuous
blacksmiths demonstrate their "We're expecting upwards The Faire offers attractions entertainment feature jugglers,
skills. Magicians amaze of 50,000 guests this year," for guests of all ages, and es- jesters and magicians. Musi-
.crow ds with their secret arts. said Linda Piper, events coor- pecially for the younger mem- cians play medieval melodies ''
~hiights battle one another dinator for the Faire. "Some bers of the kingdom. Animal on period instruments and bel- '
Trom horseback and warriors people wait all year to come to rides, games of chance and ly dancers perform in the
.meer in combat as pieces in a the Faire, and we're thrilled to skill, and of course, the royal street. Thrilling human-pow-
lii]ing chessboard. have them." pavilion await visitors. ered push rides attract lines of
SThe Hoggetowne Medieval On School Day, thousands The brightly colored pavil- eager children and vendors
Faire is a beloved Gainesville of children come to the Faire ion is erected near the entrance calf out to the crowds to try
'tradition, and for the 19th year to take a field trip back in time of the Faire. A green overhang their hand at crossbow shoot-
'it will delight many thousands and learn about the medieval shades the royal throne, upon ing and knife throwing. The
which sit the King and Queen astounding "Birds of Prey"
of Hoggetowne, flanked by show features trained hawks
their guards and heralds. It's and falcons who perform for .
here where, over the course of the pleasure of the crowds.
6'Liv Oak ever r lthe Faire, more than 1,000 Guests can visit one of

"It doesn't get any easier!!"

19th Annual Hoggetown Medieval Faire in Gainesville will feature
Soft Serve Ice Cream jugglers, jesters and magicians, and more.
Cone........$1.00 ~ Hoggetowne's mysterious for- their own candles or evenbuy
CSup..S.......$1.50 tune-tellers to learn the secrets a colorful wax replica of their
Soda Float.... $2.00 of the future, or they may visit own hand.
.*plus tax artisans, have their hair braid- Past the marketplace is the
S, t, ed or faces festively painted, food court, where the delicious
Friday & One of the Faire's most no- aromas of cooking food entice
:rMonda Salurda table attractions is the joust, those passing by. Tasty onion
8Thursday". 8 am.- where knights in full plate ar- blossoms, soups, fresh-baked
.. midnight mour charge each other on pastries and sweet potato fries
horseback, clashing in the are the norm. It's not uncom-
middle of the field and battling mon to see a young lord of the
for the honor of the King and- court munching happily on a
Misty244 4') 3,., p 3 I c.,rWi13 Queen. After the joust, chil- giant turkey leg or a sugary
Mist Marlbpro y .pk/rb.9" C ..-. dren are encouraged to-,meet funnel cake.
Ma:.il S p,.. k 20.%1c MarVi r oi lm $3 pk/$27.9' car.
Kool $2.94 pkl$26.49 car. v ia Slims $35 pk/$2799 car. the knights and their steeds. Visitors are encouraged to
Viceroy $2.74 pk/$24.95 car. Newport $2.99 pk/$26.95 car. The marketplace has more arrive early for the "meet and
Montclair $2.69 pk/$23.99 car. Camel $3.09 pk/$27.95 car. than 150 skilled artisans, greet session" during the first
Parliament $3.15 pk/$27.99 car. Winston $2.99 pk/$26.95 ca. whose specialties include 30 minutes of the Faire, when
GPC $2.54 pk/$23.49 car. Doral $2.55 pk/$24.45 car.
GP $2.54 pk$3.9car. Dora $2.55 pk$24.45 ar. weaving, jewelry making, actors and dancers gather each
Hwy. 129, Live Oak, FL blacksmithing, leatherwork- day at the front gate to enter-
ing, woodcarving and ceram- tain the early crowds.
S 38 6 -3 3 0 -22i9 ics. It's here that guests will "That's my favorite part of
VENDORS WITH THEIR WARES: City of Gainesville Department of see one-of-a-kind items not the day," Piper says. "It's great
SCultural Affairs sponsors the 19th Annual Hoggetown Medieval available anywhere else in to see all the performers at the
Faire Jan. 29-30 and Feb. 4-6. -Photo: Submitted Gainesville. Guests can make gate to greet the guests. The
sights and sounds are simply
breathtaking; I get so much
pleasure from watching the
faces.of the visitors as they en-
ter Hoggetowne."
The Faire, which is pro-
duced by the City of
Gainesville Department of
LLRIITIIN Cultural Affairs, is one of
North Florida's most popular.
Fairgrounds is located east of
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Sof cancer for patients, fami- Second Friday, 10 a.m., trained SHINE volunteers the Florida Trail Associa-
lies and friends. Third Tues- Suwannee River Regional help Medicare recipients tion Second Monday, 7
Sday, 7 p.m., Marvin E. Jones Library. Call Michelle, 386- make informed decisions p.m., Suwannee River Wa-
SBuilding, Dowling Park. 776-2955, for more info. about their health insurance ter Management District.
j O Call Cindy 386-658-5700. Remembering the Loss and Medicare Prescription For more info, call Don
SLeona 4-H Community of Your Baby An open Drug Cards. SHINE volun- Neale, 386-362-4850 or
I Club First Monday, 7 support group for families teers also inform seniors Sylvia Dunnam, 386-362-
p.m., home of Avon and who have experienced the about free and discounted 3256.
., \ Betty Hicks, 6107 180th St., loss of a baby through mis- prescription drug programs Suwannee County
McAlpin. Call Betty Hicks carriage, ectopic pregnancy, and eligibility require- Tourist Development
: at 386-963-4205 or Pam stillbirth, newborn death or ments. This service is pro- Council Fourth Tuesday, 1
Nettles at 386-963-1236. termination due to fetal ab- vided at no charge. For p.m., Chamber of Com-
4 Lion's Club Farm Bu- normality or maternal com- more info or if you can't merce Building, 816 S.
S reau meeting room, 7 p.m., .plications. Group meets the travel to the site, contact the Ohio Ave., P.O. Drawer C.,
*': second Tuesday and fourth first Thursday of each Elder Helpline toll-free at Live Oak, FE 32064
: Tuesday. Call Richard month, 11:30 a.m. 1 p.m., 800-262-2243, Monday Suwannee County Cat-
'' A Tucker, 386-963-4577. at Hospice of North Central Friday 8:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. tlemen's Association
Live Oak Artist Guild Florida, North Building SHINE Serving Health Third Thursday, 6:30 p.m.,
S7 p.m., first Tuesday, St. Counseling Room, 4305 Insurance Needs of Elders Farmers Co-op meeting
:' | Luke's Episcopal Church. NW 90th Blvd., Live Oak Suwannee room,. Call Herb Rogers,
Contact Don Strickland, Gainesville. To register or River Regional Library, US 386-362-4118.
386-362-5146. for more information con- 129 South, 12:30-2:30'p.m. Suwannee County Se-
Live Oak Christian tact Cheryl Bailey at Hos- second Monday of every nior Citizens meet at
T Home Educators meet pice of North Central Flori- month. Elders and their 10:30 a.m., first Monday of
first Thursday of every da, 352-692-5107 or toll- caregivers in Suwannee the month at the Exhibition
month. If you are looking free, 800-816-0596. County who are trying to II Building, Coliseum Com-
for a strong home school SHINE Serving Health understand Medicare and plex, 1302 SW Eleventh St.,
Monthly Meetings fielder 850-971-5354 or e- support group please con- Insurance Needs of Elders other health insurance pro- Live Oak. For more info
Allen Boyd (D-North mail wbs@surfbest.net tact Pat, 386-364-1734. Volunteers are needed in grams can receive help from call Lula Herring, 386-364-
Florida) Staff- Live Oak Girl Scout Leaders- Live Oak Garden Club your area to assist elders the Florida Department of 1510.
Third Wednesday, City First Monday, 7 p.m. Girl Monthly from Sept.-May. and their caregivers receive Elder Affairs' SHINE (Serv- Suwannee Valley
Council Chambers, City Scouts of Gateway Council The Morning Glories day information and assistance ing Health Insurance Needs Builders Association Sec-
i Hall, 101 SE White Ave., will meet at the Woman's group-third Friday and the on health insurance and of Elders) Program. Spe- ond Thursday, 6 p.m., Farm
SLive Oak, 9:30-11:30 a.m. Club. Call Mary Check-Ca- Night Bloomers night Medicare. Comprehensive cially trained SHINE olun- Bureau meeting room, 407
SYou may reach Congress- son, 386-362-4475. group-third Tuesday, 1302 training is provided by the teers help Medicare recipi- Dowling Ave., Live Oak, $5
man Boyd by calling 202- Hamilton County Gov- S,W. Eleventh Street, Live Florida Department of Elder ents make informed deci- per person for meal and
' s 225-5235 or his web site at ernmental Monthly Meet- Oak. Affairs. This service is pro- sions about their health in- meeting.
0, www.house.gov/Boyd. Con- ings Bellville Volunteer Live Oak Senior Citi- vided at no charge. Call the surance and Medicare Pre- Suwannee Valley Ge-
: gressman Boyd's staff visit Fire/Rescue executive zens meet at 10:30 a.m., Elder Helpline toll-free at scription Drug Cards. nealogical Society First
so that the people of Suwan- board: second Monday of first Monday of the month 800-262-2243. SHINE volunteers also in- Thursday, 7 p.m., Wilbur St.
Snee County have the oppor- each month at 7 p.m. at the Exhibition II Build- SHINE Serving Health form seniors about free and Live Oak (behind Mlizell's).
:tunity to discuss in person Hamilton County Alco- ing, Coliseum Complex, Insurance Needs of Elders discounted prescription Open Tuesdays and Thurs-
-0 issues of concern to them. hol and Other Drug Pre- 1302 SW Eleventh St., Live Branford Library, US drug programs and eligibili- days, 9 a.m.-noon and 1-5
.Congressman Boyd's staff vention Coalition meet Oak. Members have the op- 129 North, Branford, 9-11 ty requirements. This ser- p.m. Phone: 38"6-330-0110.
Shas been trained to assist fourth Wednesday, 9:30-11 portunity to take part in es- a.m. first Wednesday of vice is provided at no Suwannee Valley Quil-
Sconstituents with a variety a.m., at the Hamilton Coun- corted tours. For more info, every month. Elders and charge. For more info or if ters First and third Thurs-
Sof issues related to various ty School Board meeting. call Lula Herring at 386- their caregivers in Suwan- you can't travel to the site, day, 10 a.m. Jane, 386-776-
federal agencies. It is im- room, JRE Lee Administra- 364-1510. nee County who are trying contact the Elder Helpline 2909 after 4 p.m.
i' portant to the Congressman tive Complex, Jasper. For Suwannee Valley Hu- to understand Medicare and toll-free at 800-26.2-2243, Suwannee Valley Kennel
i.that his staff make them- more info, contact Grace mane Society Animal Shel- other health insurance pro- Monday Friday 8:30 a.m.- Club Third Tuesday, 7:30
selves available for those McDonald at 386-938-4911 ter The monthly meeting grams can receive help from 4:30 p.m. p.m., Hospitality and Recre-
,. who are not able to travel to or e-mail mcdonaldgl@all- will be held on the second the Florida Department of SHINE Serving Health national Building, Columbia
,f either his Panama City or tel.net Monday of the month at Elder Affairs' SHINE (Serv- Insurance Needs of Elders County Fairgrounds, Lake
STallahassee offices. Hamilton County Board noon at the shelter. For ing Health Insurance Needs Mayo -. Library, SR 51, City, P.O. Box 2013, Lake
Alzheimer's Support of Commissioners First more info, contact the toll- of Elders) Program. Spe- Mayo, 12:30-2:30 p.m. City, FL 32056.
Group Third Thursday, Tuesday, 9 a.m., and third free number: 866-Adoptl2 cially trained SHINE volun- first Wednesday of every Tobacco-Free Partner-
SMarvin E. Jones Building, Tuesday at 6 p.m., County (866-236-7812). Located on teers help Medicare recipi- month. Elders and their ship of Suwannee County -
Dowling Park, 3:30 p.m. Commissioners' Board Bisbee Loop (use the south ents make informed deci- caregivers in Lafayette meet quarterly, call Mary
SCall Cindy Erskin at 386- Room, courthouse, Jasper. ,entrance). In Lee off CR sions about their health in- County who are trying to Jordan Taylor 386-362-
S658-5700. .Hamilton County Chai- 255, Madison Coupnty.,Visit rance and Medicae Pre,- understand.Medicare and 2708, ext. 232.
r American Legion Post her of Commerce, Inc. web-site at scription Drug Cards. other health insurance pro- Vivid Visions, In6s A
S107 --"Fr'g'Thurfiirsday, 12-2 meets first' Thitrsda, It 6 www.geocitie'.coriisuwan- SHINE volunteers also'diiV grams can receive help from shelter and outreach agency
i p.m., Suwannee River Re- p.m., at 204 Ni Hatley St., neehs. form seniors about free and the Florida Department of for victims of domestic vio-
,3 gional Library, South Ohio, Jasper. For more info, call Live Oak, Suwannee discounted prescription Elder Affairs' SHINE (Serv- lence meets the first Mon-
Ave. Call Clair McLauchlin 386-792-1300.- County Recreation Board drug programs and eligibili- ,ing Health Insurance Needs day of each month at 5:30
:; at 386-362-3524 or Richard Hamilton County Coun- of Directors Second Tues- ty requirements. This ser-' of Elders) Program. Spe- p.m., Douglass Center Con-
;"-Buffington at 386-364- cil on Aging, Inc. Needs day, 5:45 p.m.at the Suwan- vice is provided at no cially trained SHINE volun- ference Room. All persons
S5985. volunteer drivers for the nee Parks & Recreation of- charge. For more info or if teers help Medicare recipi- interested in helping vic-
SBranford Camera Club home-delivered meals pro- fices on Silas Drive. you can't travel to the site, ents make informed deci- tims of domestic violence
SRegular club meetings, 7:30 gram. If you enjoy helping MADD Dads Third contact the Elder Helpline sions about their health in- are encouraged to attend.
Sp.m., third Thursday, Bran- others and are interested or Thursday at 7 p.m. at the toll-free at 800-262-2243, surance and Medicare Pre- For more info, call 386-
Sford Library, Contact Car- need more information, Suwannee County Court- Monday Friday 8:30 a.m.- scription Drug Cards. 364-5957.
Solyn Hogue 386-935-2044. please contact Dorsey house. 4:30 p.m. SHINE volunteers also in- Wellborn Community
S Cub Scout Pack No. 408 Stubbs at Council on Aging, Man To Man Group SHINE Serving Health form seniors about free and Association (WCA) Sec-
; Committee meets monthly 1509 S.W. First Street in Meets regularly at 7 p.m., Insurance Needs of Elders discounted prescription ond Thursday, 7 p.m., Well-
Son the second Tuesday, 6:30 Jasper or call 386-792- second Thursday each Advent Christian Village drug programs and eligibili- born Community Center.
',:p.m., at the Live Oak 1136. month at the Marvin E. Dowling Park Schedule ty requirements. This ser- Contact Bonnie Scott, 386-
SChurch of Christ, 1497 Hamilton County Devel- Jones Building, Dowling appointment with. SHINE vice is provided at no 963-4952 or leave a mes-
Irvin Ave (SR 51 opment Authority meets Park. Each program is free counselor by calling 386- charge. For more info or if sage at 386-208-1733.
t South). Anyone interested is the second Thursday, at 7 of charge and refreshments 658-3333 or 386-658-5329. .you can't travel to the site, WCA (building fund)-First
welcome to attend. Call p.m., at 204 NE 1st St., San- are provided. For further Elders and their caregivers contact the Elder Helpline Saturday-Blueberry Pan-
, Alan Stefanik, Committee dlin Building, Jasper. For info, call the American Can- in Suwannee County who toll-free at 800-262-2243, cake Breakfast, center of
S!; Chairman, 386-362-3032, e- more info, call 386-792- cer Society toll-free at 800- are trying to understand Monday Friday 8:30 a:m.- Wellborn, Andrews Square.
- m a i 1 : 6828. .ACS-2345 or the local of- Medicare and other health 4:30 p.m. Blueberry pancakes,
comm_chair@pack408.net Hamilton County fice toll-free at 888-295- insurance programs can re- Small Scale Farmers sausage, OJ, coffee.
or visit pack's website: Tourist Development 6787 (Press 2) Ext. 114. ceive help from the Florida and Craft Designers Mar- Wellborn Neighborhood
www.pack408.net, for addi- Council meets the second Market Days Advent Department of Elder Af- ket Committee Third Watch last Thursday, 7
"tional information. The Wednesday, at 12 noon, at Christian Village, first Sat- fairs' SHINE (Serving Thursday, 7 p.m., Coliseum p.m., Blake Lowe Building,
", Tiger, Wolf, Bears, and We- 204 NE 1st St., Sandlin urday, 8 a.m. 1 p.m. Space Health Insurance Needs of extension offices.
, belos dens (grades one Building, Jasper. For more on first-come, first-serve Elders) Program. Specially Suwannee Chapter of SEE CALENDAR, PAGE 4C
, five) meet every Thursday info, call 386-792-6828. basis, $5 each. Village
, at the church, 6:30-8 p.m., Home and Community Square shops open. Call the
'when school is in Educators (HCE) the Lodge Office 386-658-
^. session. In lieu of a den council meets on the first 5200.
meeting, the pack meeting Friday of the month at 9:30 McAlpin Community
.is held on the fourth Thurs- a.m. at the Suwannee Coun- Club Regular monthly "' '
_.day at the same time and ty Extension Office, Colise- meetings are held on the
place during which the en- um Complex, Eleventh second Monday at 7 p.m., N e E I,_
tire group meets for awards, Street, Live Oak. They wel- beginning with a covered ,IN
skits and fun. The pack come new members. For dish dinner. Everyone is
holds two or three activities further information call welcome. The purpose of
during the summer, as well 386-362-2771. the Club is to acquaint i
: as a week of Day Camp. Jasper City Council members of the community Saturday, M arch 19, 2005
t: Disabled American Vet- Meeting Second Monday, with all the services that are
,, erans Chapter No. 126 6 p.m., Jasper City Hall. available in the County. For 7:30 pm at the
, Second Thursday, 6 p.m., Jasper Lions Club Meet- info on scheduled speakers,
226 Parshley St., S.W. Call ing Second and fourth call Grant Meadows Jr., Suwannee County* a'-
Si 386-362-1701. Tuesday, 7 p.m., Roosters 386-935-9316 or Shirley Suwannee County
| Florida Gateway Char- Diner. Call Jim Taitt for fur-' Jones, 386-963-5357. For
;i ter Chapter of the Ameri- their information at 386- info on renting the building,
can Business Women's As- 938-3582. call Kristie Harrison at 386- Tifl tS 00 8 l1
,;i sociation will hold its reg- Jennings Town Council, '364-3400.
ular meeting on the second Meeting First Tuesday, 7 MOMS Club c- Second
i Thursday of each month at 6 p.m., Jennings Town Hall. Wednesday, 11:15 a.m. at W
1i p.m. For more info please MainStreet Hamilton the fellowship hall of la
call Laura Skow 386-362- County, Inc. Third Thurs- Bethel Missionary Baptist a
,.: 2086 or visit day, MainStreet Office, Church. Go West on US 90 -
www.abwa.org. Jasper, 6 p.m. seven miles from 1-75, and Reserve your
SFriends of Suwannee School Board Fourth 1-1/2 miles from the Co-
River State Park monthly Tuesday, 6 p.m. lumbia/Suwannee County VIP seating now!
a board meeting are held the White Springs Town line, 12 miles from Live
second Tuesday of the Council Meeting: Third Oak. For more info, call
month at 7 p.m. at the Tuesday, 7 p.m., White 386-397-1254 or e-mail Call for more info.
Suwannee River State Park. Springs Town Hall. MOMSClubofLiveOak-
For info, contact Member- I Can Cope Educational LakeCityFl@alltel.net 362-7366
,. ship Chair Walter Schoen- support group for any type Nursing Mom's Group 362-736 F
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Continued From Page 3C til further notice. Call 386- 386-364-5423. Department of Children pate! FoodSource accepts mas. For more info, includ-
776-2863. Weight Watchers Mon- and Families can assist cash, checks, Visa, Master- ing ticket prices, directions
1517 4th Ave., Wellborn. Live Oak Singles Group day, 9:30 a.m. and 6 p.m., you in applying to register card, Debit, EBT and mon- and parking info, call 352-
For more info, call Bruce or meets Friday, 7:30 p.m., St. Luke's Episcopal, toll- to vote or update your voter ey orders. Menu is subject 846-2000. Visit
Jane, 386-963-3196. Live Oak Christian Church free 800-651-6000. registration record. If you to change! This months ten- www.flmnh.ufl.edu.
Weekly Meetings fellowship hall on US 129 FYI receive or apply for public tative menu is: whole chick- GED Tests A person
Al-Anon/Mayo Al-Anon North, Live Oak (next to Advent Christian Vil- assistance benefits, your lo- en, beef stew (all meat wanting to take the GED
Group meets each Thurs- Walt's Ford). Parking is be- lage 2004-2005 Artist Se- cal Department of Children stew), Ammons Brothers test must call to reserve a
day, 8 p.m., Mayo Manna tween church and cemetery ries Events include: 'His- and Families service center country sausage, bologna, seat in the registration ses-
House, Pine Street for on church property or along tory Jumps Off the Page,' can assist you in completing fresh eggs. cheese, Quiznos sion. Attendance in a reg-
family members and friends US 129 North. This not a Friday, Jan. 28, at the a voter registration applica- broccoli cheese soup (fami- istration session is manda-
to show support. For more church sponsored event. For Phillips Dining Room, 6 tion to your local Supervi- ly sized), oatmeal or cream tory in order to take the
info, call Barbara, 386-294- more info, call Carla, 386- p.m.; Donna Wissinger sor of elections for you. Re- of wheat, 7-layer sensation GED test. To reserve seat
3348 or Marcia, 386-208- 364-4756. Visit web site at flutist, Saturday, March 12, member, voting is a right, dessert, peanut butter, 16- for registration session and
1008. http://groups.yahoocom/gr at the Phillips Dining Your local service center is bean soup mix, fresh tange- pay fees, call 386-364-
Alcoholics Anonymous oup/SuwanneeSingles/ Room, 7 p.m., 'Cotton at 501 Demorest St., Live los, fresh grapefruit, fresh 2782-Lynn Lee. To inquire
Branford meets Tuesday Narcotics Anonymous Patch Gospel,' Monday, Oak, 386-362-1483. broccoli, fresh apples, fresh about age waivers, call 386-
and Friday, 7:30 p.m., Bran- The Gratitude Group March 21, at the Village Disaster Action Team bananas, fresh onions and 384-2763-Lynne Roy, coun-
ford United Methodist Meetings held Monday, 7 Church, 7 p.m. (Based on Volunteers Needed The fresh five-pound bag of selor, and 386-364-2619-
Church, Express and Henry p.m., at St. Luke's Episco- Clarence Jordan's version American Red Cross of potatoes.Pick Up Date: Jan. Kim Boatright, GED exam-
St., Branford. For more pal Church, 1391 S.W. of the book of Matthew); Suwannee Valley is looking 22. Regular package price iner at Suwannee-Hamilton
info, call 386-935-2242 or Eleventh St. (in the back), The Phillips-Lassiter Guitar for volunteers to join the $25. Meat package avail- Technical Center.
the District 16 Help Line Live Oak, FL 32060. Duo, Friday, April 22, at the Disaster Action Team to as- able $25. Tentative meat Grower's Market on
toll-free, 800-505-0702. Over Eaters Anonymous Village Church, 7 p.m. ACV sist victims of fires and oth- box menu: boston butt, Lake Ella Drive, Talla-
Alcoholics Anonymous We care. Meets Mondays season tickets are available er natural disasters. If you whole chicken beef roast, hasee open Wednesday
Live Oak meets Tuesday 11:35 a.m.- 12:50 p.m., at Advent Christian Village, are interested and would hot dogs, hamburger patties evenings from 3-6:30 p.m.
and Friday, 8 p.m., Precinct Mondays, at Suwannee Riv- The Music Center in Live like to learn more, call 386- and breakfast sausage. TO The growers will be provid-
Voting Building, Nobles er Regional Library, 129 Oak, and the Suwannee 752-0650. ORDER AND PAY BY ing organic, local, seasonal,
Ferry Road, Live Oak. For South, Live Oak. For more County Chamber of Com- The Story of Dowling CREDIT/DEBIT/CHECK farm fresh produce for
more info, call District 16 info, call 386-364-4749. merce. Cost: Adults $80; Park Do you want to CARD, CALL TOLL-FREE sale: lettuces, Asian greens,
Help Line toll-free, 800- Quarterback Club Students (ages 13-18) $35; know more about the Ad- 800-832-5020. PICK UP sugar cane, garlic, herbs,
505-0702. Meeting Old Nettie Bais- Children (ages 5-12) $25. vent Christian Village ORDER AT LOCAL SITE. squash, mustards, turnips,
Alcoholics Anonymous den school next to the foot- Another Way, Inc. Sup- (ACV) at Dowling Park? For questions or to order, arugula, shiitake mush-
Mayo Group meets Sun- ball stadium, 6:30 p.m., port Groups Another ACV representatives are call your local coordinator, rooms, kale, cut flowers,
day, Monday, Wednesday every Monday. Way, Inc. offers support available to meet with you Live Oak: Live Oak Church speciality flowers; food
and Thursdays at 8 p.m. The Square Dance With groups for victims and sur- and share the story of of God 386-362-2483; demonstrations, and much,
meetings are held at Manna Vagabond Squares, Thurs- vivors of domestic vio- Dowling Park. If you're in- Wellborn United Methodist much more. In collabora-
House, Pine Street, Mayo. day, 7-9:30 p.m., St. Luke's lence. For info regarding terested in arranging a Church 386-963-5023; tion with our local small
For more info call 386-294- Episcopal Church, Newbern dates and times, call 386- speaking engagement or a Ebenezer AME Church farmers, The American Le-
2423 or District 16 Help Road. Loyce Harrell, 386- 792-2747 or the toll-free tour for your organization, 386-362-6383 or 386-364- gion and Black Dog
Line toll-free, 800-505- 963-3225, or Ralph Beek- hotline at 800-500-1119. club or church, please con- 4323 or 386-362-4808; Cafe. For additional info,
0702. man, 386-752-2544. 'Before You Tie The tact us at. 386-658-5110 or Jasper: 386-792-3965; please contact Jennifer Tay-
Alcoholics Anonymous Suwannee River Riding Knot' four-hour class for toll-free, 800-714-3134 or White Springs: 386-752- lor or O. Reis, at FAMU
White Springs Courage Club Membership fee $25 couples who will marry e m a i 1 2196 or 386-397-1228; Small Farm Programs/Co-
to Change meets Monday, per year. Team roping first soon. The cost is $10 per ccarter@acvillage.net. For Bell: 352-463-7772 or 352- operative Extension Pro-
8 p.m., Methodist Church, and third. Friday night. couple. Completion of this 'an ACV preview, visit 463-1963; Lake City 386- grams, 850-599-3546.
White Springs. For more Speed events first and third course is required when www.acvillage.net. Or re- 752-7976 or FoodSource Harsonhill Inc., a pre-
info, call 386-397-1410 or Saturday night. Call 386- couples reduce their mar- quest a free videotape, toll-free at 800-832-5020 or scription information
District 16 Help Line toll- 935-2622. riage license fee by $32.50. Downtown Craft Mar- visit website at www.food- publishing company Fi-
free, 800-505-0702. Suwannee Valley Bar- Pre-registration is required. ket, High Springs Brings source.org for questions or nancial help for those who
Bluegrass Association bershop Chorus Every Registration forms are talented local artists togeth- to become a local host site. can't afford their prescrip-
Saturday, Spirit of the Tuesday, Crapps Meeting available at the Clerk of the er to showcase their talents Friends of Suwannee tion drugs is available right
Suwannee Park, 6 p.m. Room, Suwannee River Re- Court's office or the in the heart of downtown River State Park Join the now. Steve Reynolds, Presi-
Covered dish. SRBA mem- gional Library, US 129 Suwannee County Exten- High Springs and is open Friends of Suwannee River dent of Harsonhill Inc., a
bers admitted free. For'info, South, Live Oak at 7 p.m. sion Service office, 386- each Saturday at the corner State Park, a non-profit prescription information
call 386-364-1683. Call Fred Phillips, 386-362- 362-2771. of NW 1st Avenue and Main 501(c)3 charitable organi- publishing company, states
Bridge Club Monday, 1886. Childbirth classes of- Street. Admission and ac- zation. Help keep the State assistance programs have
6:45 p.m., Golden Corral TOPS Take Off Pounds fered at the Suwannee tivities are free. For more Park the gem of the Suwn- been established by more
Restaqu1anti ;Live Oak. For Sensibly .the ,:Live:,Oak .County, Health Department info, please call 386-454- nee River..The park islocat- than 100 U.S., drug-manu-
information call 386-362- Community Church of God, on Tuesdays from 6 -.8 p.m. 3950. ed 13 miles West of Live facturers to assist low in-
3200. every Thursday, 8:30 a.m., Please call to register at Experience Works a Oak off US 90. Quarterly come people. These pro-
Boy Scout Troop #693 weigh-in, meeting, 9 a.m. 386-362-2708, ext. 218 national nonprofit organiza- newsletter, quarterly meet- grams cover over 1,400
Every Monday, 7 p.m., Barbara Crain, 386-362- Coleen Cody. The classes tion, (formerly Green ings, monthly board meet- commonly prescribed medi-
Shrine Club, Bass Road, un- 5933 or Sharon Martin, are free of charge. Thumb) provides training ings and an annual luncheon cines. Reynolds states his
and employment services to meeting. Membership company publishes a 85+
older workers over 55 and brochures may be picked up page manual that contains
with a limited. income in at the State Park or mail all the information required
Suwannee County through your membership to: to apply to these assistance
the Senior Community Ser- Friends of Suwannee River programs. For more infor-
vice Employment Program State Park, 20185 CR 132, nation about these pro-
S(SCSEP). Participants are Lie Oak, FL 32060. Phone: grams or to obtain the man-
paid the minimum wage for 386-362-2746. Individual ual e-mail: harsonhill
an average of 20 hours per Friend-$15; Family-$25; @earthlink.net or contact
week. For more info, visit Business Sponsor-$50; Cor- Reynolds toll-free at 888-
www.experienceworks.org porate Friend-$100-$250; 240-9240 or write to Har-
or call the Lake City One- Lifetime Friend-$300. For sonhill Inc., 22425 Ventura
Stop, 386-755-9026, ext. more info contact the mem- Blvd., No. 190, Woodland
3129 for Loretta or ext. bership chair Walter Hills, CA 91364. For imme-
3134 for Ronald. Schoenfelder at 850-971- diate info, visit www.Pre-
FoodSource a Christian 5354, or e-mail him at wb- scriptions4Free.com
based Christian food coop- sesurfbest.net Hearing Solutions If
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Continued From Page 4C Call Ginny Peters, 386-364- After the animal introduc- light of the silvery moon www.nfcc.edu/NewsEv- Sexual Assault Center,
4673, Monday-Friday, 9 tions, help with the after- with the owls and frogs ents/ArtistSeries/chil- Inc. provides individual
Kay Butler. Call 386-362- a.m. noon noon feeding. Toddlers and we'll croon...each Saturday drentheater.html or contact and group counseling for
2904 for further info. MDA Assists people preschoolers will love nearest the full moon. Come the NFCC College Ad- victims of rape and incest.
Hospice of the Suwan- with ALS through help with learning about the barnyard at 7 p.m. with family and vancement Office, 850-973- Any man or woman who is
nee Valley Helping purchase and repair of buddies. Meet at the barn. friends for a lively variety 1613. 18 years old or older and is
Hands Volunteer Orienta- wheelchairs, support For more info, call 352- of talks, songs, hikes, fires, NFCC College Place- a victim of rape, sexual
tion first Wednesday, 10- groups, expert-led semi- 334-2170 or visit www.na- and fun! Florida Wildlife ment Tests NFCC will abuse or incest is eligible to
11 a.m. at Hospice of the nars, an ALS Web site tureoperations.org. Care's Leslie Straub will conduct College Placement participate. All services are
Suwannee Valley, 618 SW (www.als.mdausa.org) and Morningside Nature help us meet and greet our Tests (CPT) on computer free and confidential. Call
FL Gateway Drive, Lake ALS-specific chat rooms Center Living History noisy nocturnal neighbors, every Thursday at 8:30 a.m. Victim Advocate, Erica Nix
City. After attending orien- (www.mdausa.org/chat). Farm, Gainesville Living the owls, at Boulware and 1:30 p.m. in the NFCC toll-free at Pager Number,
station and completing the MOPS Mothers of History Days, every Satur- Springs Historic Water- Technical Center, Bldg. 13, 800-400-7140. For other
screening process, you will Preschoolers a gathering day, works, 3300 SE 15th St., on the Madison. campus. info, call 386-719-9287.
be eligible for volunteering of moms for encouragement from 9 a.m. 5 p.m. with Gainesville. Free admis- Persons taking the tests will North Florida Work-
in the Hospice Attic thrift and fun. All mothers of staff in period dress inter- sion. For more info call be required to register in force Development AWI
store, administrative offices children from birth to age preting day-to-day life on a 352-334-2170 or visit NFCC Student Services 24 personnel, as part of the
as well as helping at special five are invited to attend. Florida farm in 1870. Sam- www.natureoperations.org. hours before testing. There one-stop system, strive to
events, educational fairs, The meetings are the second .ple homemade biscuits on NFCC Artist Series is a fee of $10 for the test. help dislocated workers and
community events and fund and fourth Tuesday of the the woodstove with fresh 2004-2005 Performances For more info, please call other job seekers find em-
raising. To register or for month, September through butter and cane syrup grown will be held on campus at 850-973-1612. ployment in a prompt man-
more info contact Carolyn May, from 9:30 a.m. to and made on the farm. Help the Van H. Priest Auditori- NFCC E-Spotlight pro- ner. AWI staff now have of-
Long, 386-752-9191. noon. They are held at the feed the farm animals at 9 um, Madison. This year's vides weekly information fice hours at the One-Stop
Lafayette County Veter- First Baptist Church on a.m. and 3 p.m. daily. Free line-up includes: Jan. 25, Interested in North Florida Centers in Hamilton: 386-
ans All veterans of Howard St. in Live Oak. admission. For more info Glenn Miller Orchestra Community College 792-1229, Jefferson: 850-
Lafayette County for your For more info, please call call 352-334-2170 or visit Glenn Miller Orchestra per- events? Have current col- 342-3338, Lafayette: 386-
protection, your military 386-362-1583. www.natureoperations.org. form classics; Feb. 17, lege news and happenings 294-1055, Madison: 850-
records DD Form 214, Marine- Corps League Morningside Nature Mark Twain on Stage: John delivered directly to your e- 973-9675, Suwannee: 386-
"Certificate of Release or meets in Lake City First Center Living History Chappell as Samuel L. mail address through 364-7952 and Taylor: 850-
Discharge from Active Tuesday of each month The Farm, Gainesville Dis- Clemens in look, in voice, NFCC's e-Spotlight. Alum- 584-7604 counties as fol-
Duty" can be recorded in Suwannee Valley Detach- cover & Do, third Sunday in gesture and above all, in ni, former faculty or staff lows: 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday
the Lafayette County Court- ment of the Marine Corps of the month, kids bring his own memorial words, he and community members through Friday, and alter-
house. Please see the Clerk League of the United States your favorite adult for a fun lives again; March 3, interested in keeping up nate Saturdays 9 a.m.-1
of Court's office. meets monthly in Lake City. activity and make a cool Chamber Orchestra Krem- with NFCC's calendar of p.m.
LillyAnswers Program Even months are met in craft to take home. Meet at lin Russia's international- events and news are invited Parents of ADD and
Available to Floridians 65 Live Oak at the Shriners Loblolly Environmental Fa- ly known ensemble per- fo join the list of e-Spot- ADHD Children If you
and older who are enrolled Club, odd months are in cility on NW 34th Street be- forms. Season passes $40 light recipients. To receive are interested in joining a
in Medicare, have an annual Lake City at Quality Inn tween University and NW for adults, $25 for children NFCC's weekly e-Spotlight support group call Lea-
income below 200 percent (formerly Holiday Inn). 8th Ave. Reservations re- 12 and under. Become a call the Office of Institu- Anne Elaine, 386-362-
of the federal poverty level Marines in Suwannee Coun- quired. Free admission. For sponsor $100 individual to tional Advancement at 850- 7339.
and have no other drug cov- ty should call Dale Condy, more info and to RSVP call $500 corporate. For more 973-1613 or e-mail Kim Pregnancy Crisis Center
erage. Seniors may apply 386-776-2002 or John Mey- 352-334-2170 or visit info, passes, or to sponsor Scarboro at The Live Oak Pregnancy
for the program at no cost ers, 386-935-6784. Lake www.natureoperations.org. call 850-973-1653 or e-mail scarborok@nfcc.cc. Crisis Center at 112 Pied-
by calling a toll-free num- City representatives, John Morningside Nature artistseries@nfcc.edu/ Visit Narconon Arrowhead mont St. (behind the Amo-
ber, 877-RX-LILLY, or by Parker, 386-754-1980 or Center Living History on-line at Drug addiction can leave an co) is open on Wednesday
filling out an application. Bob Edgar, 386-755-1354. Farm, Gainesville Who's htpp://www.nfcc.edu/New- individual feeling helpless through Friday from 9 a.m.-
LillyAnswers card enables Marriage? Help me! A Who in the Woods, last Sat- sEvents/ArtistSeries/home. and out of control. Espe- 3 p.m. The center will offer
them to receive a 30-day program presented by Solid urday of the month, natural- html. cially if you are the family confidential counseling,
supply of Lilly pharmaceu- Rock Ministries, Inc. of ist-guided walk at 9 a.m. 1- NFCC Children's The- member or friend of an ad- free pregnancy tests,
tical products that are sold Jasper; at no charge to any- 1.5 hours walk, wear com- ater performances NFCC dict. Narconon Arrowhead clothes for expectant moth-
at participating retail phar- one. Call for appointment at fortable walking shoes. will present "The Adven- can help. Narconon offers ers and infants. The center
macies for a flat fee of $12. 386-792-2603. Helping to Meet at the education of- tures of Lewis and Clark" free counseling, assess- will also offer referrals to
Info about the LillyAnswers apply Christian principles fice, 3540 E. University by GMT Productions, Inc. ments and referrals to reha- pro-life doctors. Groups
program is available at to our every day living... Ave. Free admission. For on April 18, with two per- bilitation centers nation- and churches might want to
www.lillyanswers.com or Morningside Nature more info call 352-334- formances for sixth eighth wide by calling toll-free, have a baby shower and do-
by calling toll-free 877-RX- Center Living History 2170 or visit www.nature- graders in NFCC's six 800-468-6933 or logging nate all the items to the cen-
LILLY. Farm, Gainesville Barn- operations.org. county service area. Perfor- o n t o ter. Also needed: Maternity
Love INC A non-profit .yard Buddies, free admis- Morningside Nature mance will be held at the www.stopaddiction.com. clothes and hangers. Tele-
Christian group that repre- sion, 3.,p.m.,every Wednes- -Center Living, ,-History Van .H.- Priest Auditorium Don't wait until it's too phone 386-330-2229; or
sentslocal churches in find- day and' SAturday to rheet Farm, Gainesville A 'bf the Madison campus. For late. CallNacbl6h'riow! ___ _mn_'_,_'_
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Continued From Page 5C Stephen Foster Folk Newsong, Building 429, eign countries attended the lines for payment vary for Jan. 20
Culture Center State Park Mathew West, Chaos on 2004 camp. College basket- each trip. The group meets Healthy Start of North
toll-free 800-696-4580. Honored as one of 10 Wheels Jan 22; Diamond ball scholarships are possi- the first Monday, 10:30 Central Florida board of
Rainbow Acres Animal "21st Century American Rio with Jimmy Wayne ble for players selected to a.m., Extension Building II, directors meeting
Shelter A rionprofit, no Heritage Parks" in 2003. Feb. 5; Bowling for Soup the All-American Team. Agriculture Center. Visitors Healthy Start of North
kill, animal shelter, needs For more info, call 386- Feb. 19; Terri Clark and Camp locations include: welcome. For more info, Central Florida board of di-
donations of all kinds, shel- 397-7009. Visit www.Flori- Josh Turner Feb. 26. Wild Babson Park and Atlanta, contact Lula Herring at rectors will meet at 2 p.m.
ter material, wood, fencing, daStateParks.org/stephen- Adventures Theme Park is Ga. For a free brochure, call 386-364-1510. on Thursday, Jan. 20, at the
etc. Food, old pots, pans, foster/ located at 3766 Old Cly- 704-373-0873 anytime. Jan. 19 United Way of Alachua,
etc. Almost anything you no Suwannee Valley Blue- attville Rd. Valdosta, Ga. The 5th Army Associa- NFCC will conduct 6031 NW 1st Place,
longer need, we can put to grass Association gets to- For more info visit tion tour of Italy, depart- GED tests Gainesville. The public is
good use. Cash is also ac- gether at the Pickin' Shed www.wild-adventure.com. ing New York on June 15 North Florida Community invited. For more info, call
cepted to keep our kittens every Saturday evening at CALENDAR OF The 5th Army Association College will conduct GED Celia Paynter at 352-955-
and puppies healthy. Our the Spirit of the Suwannee EVENTS World War II, Italy, will tests Jan. 19, at 6 p.m. in 2264, ext. 314.
animals are free. Donations Music Park & Campground, Through Jan. 31 conduct a 10 day final tour the NFCC Technical Center Jan. 20
accepted, not required. 3076 95th Dr., Live Oak. Driver's license and of Italy, departing New on the Madison American Red Cross
Free!!!!! Puppies and Dogs. For more infb, call 386- vehicle inspection York on June 15 visiting campus. Persons taking the will hold an Adult
Kittens and Cats. Contact 364-1683. checkpoints scheduled Rome, Venice, Florence, tests will be required to fur- CPR/First Aid class in
Carolynn or Matt, 386-362- Suwannee Valley The Florida Highway Pa- Pisa, Sorrento and a special nish a photo ID. NFCC Lake City
3338. Builders Association trol will conduct driver's li- stop at the American Mili- holds GED preparation The American Red Cross
Reach To Recovery (SVBA) A non profit orga- cense and vehicle inspec- tary Cemetery near Anzio. courses free of charge; of Suwannee Valley will
breast cancer survivors vis- nization, is a group of ap- tion checkpoints through Former members of the there is a fee for the hold an Adult CPR/First
iting breast cancer patients proximately 80 local citi- Jan. 31, on Brown Road, many combat divisions and test. Pre-registration is re- Aid class from 6-9:30 p.m.,
with information and hope. zens dedicated to building a CR 252, CR 252-A, CR support groups, their fami- quired. To register please Thursday, Jan. 20, at their
One on one visits. Free of stronger community, whose 252-B, CR 25-A, SR 47, SR lies, friends and those inter- call 850-973-1629. office at 264 NE Hernando
charge. Call toll-free, 800- members volunteer their 341, US 441, US 41, CR ested in the history of the Jan. 19 Ave., Suite 102, Lake City.
ACS-2345 to schedule a time with active involve- 245, CR 238, CR 135, Turn- U.S. 5th Army can contact NFCC Lady Sentinels For info and to register, call
visit. Sponsored by the ment with associate spon- er Road, SR 100, Trotter's Sny Canton at 5277B Lake- next home basketball 386-752-0650.
American Cancer Society. sorships of worthwhile Road, Fairfield Farms front Blvd., Delray Beach, game Jan. 20
Regional Heart Disease community activities and Road, CR 250, CR 349, SR FL 33484 or call 561-865- The North Florida Com- Situation Ethics
and Stroke Prevention associate members of the 247 and SR 25 in Columbia 8495. munity College Lady Sen- workshop
Coalition serving Suwan- Council for Progress and County; CR 132, CR 1'36, Calling all classmates of tinels next home basketball 'Q. Is it always right to
nee, Lafayette, Hamilton, Suwannee County Chamber CR 136-A, CR 137, CR SHS Class of 1986 game will be played at 5:30 tell the truth or does it de-
Madison, Jefferson and of Commerce. SVBA do- 249, CR 250, CR 252, CR Hello! To the graduating p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 19, pend on the situation? If
Taylor counties meets nates two academic scholar- 349, CR 49, CR 795, SR 20, class of 1986, our 20 year against Gulf Coast at Colin you've ever struggled with
quarterly. Please call Diana ships each year, donates SR 247, SR 10, SR 51, US reunion is fast approaching. P. Kelly Gymnasium on the this question and many oth-
King at 850-342-0170 ext. Christmas gift/food baskets 129 and Mitchell Road in It will be great to see every- Madison campus. All home ers like it [dealing with -
220 for more info. each year and sponsor of Suwannee County; and CR one. Preparation for the re- games are free and open to 'what is the right thing to
Spirit of the Suwannee the children's playhouse 136, CR 152, CR 143, CR union is in progress. Class the public. For more info, do?]...please join us for a
Music Park & Camp- raffle at Christmas. Fea- 249, CR 137, CR 251, CR members please contact An- contact NFCC basketball brief study in: Situation
ground upcoming events tured speakers from local 146, CR 135, CR 141, CR gela Hunter Mandrell at her coach Clyde Alexander at Ethics, Jan. 20, at 6:30 p.m.
include Jan. 15 Lewis businesses and a catered 150, CR 145 and US 41, SR e-mail address: Man- 850-973-1609 or visit ath- Led by Glenn L. Jernigan at
Family; Feb. 12 Sun dinner are the highlights of 6, SR 25 in Hamilton Coun- dr003@bellsouth.net. The letics at www.nfcc.edu. the Suwannee River Re-
Country Jamboree; Feb. 14 the evening at monthly ty. Recognizing the danger class members may also Jan. 19 gional Library, Community
Valentines Day; Feb. 22- meetings. The general pub- presented to the public by contact Catrena Francis at: Office hours with Meeting Room, US 129 S.,
24 Best of America by lic is invited to attend and defective vehicle equip- VanessaFrancis@msn.com Congressman Boyd's Live Oak. Regardless of
-Horseback; Feb. 24 Mark become members. Dona- ment, troopers will concen- as soon as possible, staff in Live Oak your religious views, ethi-
Newton Band; March 5 tions of $5 a person are ac- trate their efforts on vehi- Tickets on sale now! A member of Congress- cal doctrine or philosophy
Spring Fling Garage Sale; cepted at the door, to help cles being operated with de- Riverdance man Allen Boyd's (D-North of life everyone is wel-
March 12 Sun Country cover watering expenses. fects such as bad brakes, engagement rescheduled Florida) staff will be visit- come...as we look at this
Jamboree; March 18 Cher- For more info on joining the worn tires and defective for Feb. 4 6 ing Live Oak on the third sometimes controversial but
ry Holmes Family; March organization, contact Ron- lighting equipment. In addi- The return engagement Wednesday of every month always interesting ethical
24-27 Suwannee Spring nie Poole, 386-362-4539. tion, attention will be di- for Riverdance, originally so the people of Suwannee approach. This workshop is
Fest; March 27 Craft Vil- Wanted Have an hour a reacted to drivers who would scheduled for Feb. 18-20, County have the opportuni- not library-sponsored. It is
lage Easter Egg Hunt. week to share? Volunteers violate the driver license has been rescheduled to ty to personally discuss is- educational in nature and
Stephen Foster State needed at Surrey Place for laws of Florida. The Patrol Feb. 4-6, at the Curtis M. sues concerning them. Con- open to the public at large:
Culture Center State Park our extensive seven-day-a- has found these checkpoints Phillips Center for the Per- gressman Boyd's staff is Again, all are welcome. No
-, monthly,.Cracker Coffee- week activity program. to-.be an effective means of forming Arts, Gainesville.. trained..,.to assist con- charge. Free.
house from 7-9 p.m. in the Many volunteers positions enforcing the equipment Tickets for performances of stituents '.with a variety .of Jan. 20
Audffdr-ium:~'- 'Upcoming are now open. Calling out and driver's license laws of Riverdance, scheduled Feb-' issues relating to various: The American Cancer
events: Craft Rendezvous bingo or pokeno, reading to Florida while ensuring the ruary 4-6, are on sale now. federal agencies. It is im- Society will host a
Jan. 29. Open stage night residents who no longer see protection of all motorists. Patrons who already pur- portant to Congressman Physicians' Outreach
held the first Saturday of well or sharing scriptures, Now April 1 chased tickets for the per- Boyd that his staff is avail- Continuing Medical
every month with songs, giving wheel chair rides in Ten Star All Star formances may use their able for those who are not Education credits event
stories; yodeling, music and the courtyard, helping with Basketball Camp tickets for the performances able to travel to either his The American Cancer So-
much more. Coffee and special events or being a Applications are now be- at the same times: Feb. 18 Panama City or Tallahassee city will host a dinner and
desserts available for sale. "helper/partner" on outings ing evaluated thru April 1 tickets on Feb. 4; Feb. 19 offices. Office hours with presentation for Continuing
Free admission at Stephen out of the facility. Our goal for The Ten Star All Star tickets on Feb. 5; and Feb. Congressman Boyd's staff Medical Education (CME)
Foster Folk Culture Center is to keep our residents' Summer Basketball Camp. 20 tickets on Feb. 6. For this month will be Wednes- credits from 6-9 p.m. on
State Park, White Springs. lives fulfilled by being busy The camp is by invitation more info, patrons can con- day, Jan. 19, from 9:30 Jan. 20, at the Paramount
Located on US 41, three and happy. For more info, only. Boys and girls ages tact the Phillips Center Box a.m. 11:30 a.m., Live Oak Plaza Hotel, 2900 SW 13th
miles from 1-75 and nine please call Karen or Ellie at 10-19 are eligible to apply. Office at 352-392-ARTS City Hall, Live Oak. Street in Gainesville free of
miles from I-10. For info on Surrey Place, .386-364- Past participants include: (2787) or toll-free within Jan. 20 charge for physicians and
additional programs and 5961. Michael Jordan, Tim Dun- Florida at 800-905-ARTS Gateway School other medical professionals
times, contact the park at Wild Adventures up- can, Vince Carter, Jerry (2787). Riverdance is spon- Readiness Coalition, Inc. and just in time to meet the
386-397-4331, or visit coming events include: Stackhouse, Grand Hill and scored by ERA Trend Realty quality and executive Jan. 31 requirements for li-
www.FloridaStateParks.org Snow Days Now-Feb. 28; Antawn Jamison. Players and Shands HealthCare. committees will meet censure in the State of
/stephenfoster/ Winter Jam: Tait, TobyMac, .from 50 states and 17 for-. Visit the Riverdance web- The Gateway School .Florida. Two CME credits
site at Readiness Coalition, Inc. will be offered: End-of-Life
www.riverdance.com. Tick- quality and executive com- and Palliative Care and Ge-
ets are also available at the mittees will meet at 2 p.m. nomics and Proteomics for
University Box Office, all on Thursday, Jan. 20, at the Individualized Cancer
] STicketmaster outlets, Gateway School Readiness Treatment. Sponsors for
www.ticketmaster.com or Coalition, 484 SW Com- this event include the
by calling Ticketmaster at merce Drive, Suite 140, American Cancer Society,
904-353-3309. Cash, Visa Lake City. The coalition Community Cancer Center
and MasterCard are accept- oversees the state and fed- of North Florida, MGI
Saum day, JanM ary 22nd, 1 1 m 2prm ed. The Phillips Center Box eral funding for all school PHARMA, AMGEN and
Office is open Monday readiness programs birth to GENENTECH pharmaceu-
&Saturday, noon to 6 p.m. age five for Columbia, tical companies. To reserve
Performance dates, times Hamilton, Lafayette, a seat at this event, please
Sand programs are subject to Suwannee and Union Coun- call the American Cancer
J.W. Hill & Associates :.'' change, ties. They encourage com- Society at 352-376-6866
License #AB2083 .. ., ,,,, Sign up now! munity participation and ext. 114.
c".R' (386) 362-3300 Live Oak Senior welcome any input. If any Jan. 20
Auction beginning at 1:00 pm. All makes & models. Citizens schedule tours persons) interested in at- Branford Camera
Live Oak Senior Citizens tending this meeting has a Clunl will meet
Bids beginning at '50. Cars, Trucks & SUVs will be sold. schedule escorted tours to: disability requiring special The Branford Camera
All Vehicles will be sold as is. The Dead Sea Scrolls Ex- assistance, please contact Club will meet on Thurs-
Preview Beginning 12:00 noon- Friday, January 21. hibit, The Festival of Flow- Heidi Moore at 386-752- day; Jan. 20, at the Branford
ers and a river boat cruise, 9770. Notice has been made Public Library, 7:30
Mobile, Ala., March 8-11; of this meeting, through p.m. This month's program
Carnival Cruise to Western publication, to cover the will focus on basic photo-
--' Caribbean, May 15-22; and "Government in the Sun- graphic techniques applica-
a San Antonio Experience, shine" law. ble to all levels of film and
Oct. 19-23. Costs and dead- digital cameras. Gilbert
_.__,,,, __,,,, 3Jan. 20. Bernardo will lead the dis-
-Truck Jana Jae, a Hee Haw cussion of composition,
fiddle player, and her lighting, accessories and
Accessories blue fiddle will perform other topics of interest to
Sin free concert at the group. Yvonne Robel
Wal-Mart in Live Oak will share pictures of her
Jana Jae, a Hee Haw fid- "painting with light" exper-
die player and "The First iments, both from the De-
Lady of Country Fiddle!," cember meeting and a per-
will perform with her blue sonal project. If you got a
fiddle and her band Hotwire new camera for Christmas
Grill Guards, Fog Lamps in a free concert at Wal- or one of your New Year's
l Roll Bars, Tool Boxes,
Bug Shields & More Mart No. 2626, 6868 US resolutions was to learn to
129, Live Oak beginning at take better pictures in 2005,
7 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. please plan to join us. Bring
Hwy 90 20. For more info, contact your holiday pictures to
a0WoLkeCi FRobert Bedenbaugh, 386-
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Continued From Page 6C Florida, IFAS, Cooperative members and $45 for non- in history, performs at 7 Quilt Challenge to benefit abilities, their families and
Extension Service. members. Pre-registration p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 25, at the Arthritis Foundation. friends will be held at the
share and your camera and Jan. 22 is required. For more infor- the Van H. Priest Auditori- The Guild is an organiza- Columbia County School
owner's manual if you'd Dowling Park mation call 352-846-2000, um of North Florida Com- tion for anyone interested in Board Administration
like help with your specific Volunteer Fire Fighters ext. 277. munity College in Madi- quilts and the art of quilt- Complex on Saturday, Jan.
camera questions. For more training meeting Jan. 24 son. Tickets are $11 for ing. The public is welcome. 29, from 8 a.m. to 12:30
info, please contact one of Attention! The Dowling NFCC will conduct adults and $6 for children. For more details, contact p.m. A free continental
the following: Carolyn Park Volunteer Fire Fight- TABE (Test of Adult Tickets are available by President Sandy Lindfors, breakfast will be provided.
Hogue, Program Chairman, ers training meeting will be Basic Education) calling 850-973-1653 or e- 386-362-6850, or e-mail The registration deadline is
386-935-2044; Gilbert held at 0900 hours (9 a.m.) North Florida Communi- m a i 1 riverfolk@alltel.net. Jan. 24. For more info or to
Bernardo, Technical Con- on Saturday, Jan. 22, at the ty College will conduct ArtistSeries@nfcc.edu. Jan. 27 register, call FDLRS/Gate-
sultant, 386-935-0340; fire station located at TABE (Test of Adult Basic Jan. 25 American Red Cross way toll free at 800-227-
Dick Bryant, Technical 22992 CR 250. Chief James Education) on Monday, American Red Cross will hold a First Aid class 0059.
.Consultant, 386-935-1977; L. O'Neill Jr. See you Jan. 24, at 6 p.m., in the will hold an Adult CPR in Lake City Jan. 29
or Dick Madden, Technical there. NFCC Technical Center on class in Lake City The American Red Cross Sixth Annual Great Air
Consultant, 396-935-0296. Jan. 22 the Madison campus. TABE The American Red Cross of Suwannee Valley will Potato Roundup
Jan. 21 Annual Relay for is required for acceptance of Suwannee Valley will hold a First Aid class from Join hundreds of volun-
Special video Life yard sale into vocational/technical hold an Adult CPR class 6-9 p.m., Thursday, Jan. teers to take back
conference: Post-Storm Annual Relay for Life programs. Photo ID re- from 6-9 p.m., Tuesday, 27, at their office at 264 Gainesville's natural areas
Timber Tax and Forest yard sale will be held at quired. Pre-registration is Jan. 25, at their office at NE Hernando Ave., Suite from invasive exotic
Health Issues to be held Camp Suwannee, Dowling required. To register please 264 NE Hernando Ave., 102, Lake City. For info species! Modeled after a lit-
The 2004 hurricane sea- Park from 8 a.m. until 1 call 850-973-9451. Suite 102, Lake City. For and to register, call 386- ter cleanup, pick up air
son was damaging to a large p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 22. Jan. 25 info and to register, call 752-0650. potatoes and other exotics
portion of Florida's private Jan. 24 FAMU Cooperative Ex- 386-752-0650. Jan. 28-30 by the bushel! After potato
timberlands. Casualty loss Free estate planning tension Service will host Jan. 25 Lake City Speedway will picking from 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
and forest health issues that seminar will be a local meat goat produc- NFCC will conduct host the Florida Racers on Saturday, Jan. 29, join in
thousands of private timber- conducted at the er meeting TABE (Test of Adult Party of the Year! the post-roundup celebra-
land owners are now facing Suwannee River Regional The Florida A & M Uni- Basic Education) Lake City Speedway will tion at Morningside Nature
as a result of these storms Library in Live Oak versity (FAMU) Extension North Florida Community host The Florida Racers Center Living History
will be addressed by a spe- A free seminar on estate Service will host a local College will conduct TABE Party of the Year! Friday, Farm. Live music, free food
cial videoconference: Post- planning, wills, trusts, as- meat goat producer meeting (Test of Adult Basic Educa- Saturday and Sunday, Jan. and t-shirts, prize drawings
Storm Timber Tax and For- set protection, avoiding at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, tion) on Tuesday, Jan. 25, at 28-30. Classes competing: and awards for the biggest
est Health Issues. The probate and guardianship Jan. 25, at the Suwannee 1:30 p.m., in the NFCC non-winged sprints, super and wierdest potatoes and
videoconference will be will be held at 7 p.m. on County Extension Service Technical Center on the late model, mini-stocks- the largest group!!! Great
held on Friday, Jan., 21, Monday, Jan. 24, at the Office, 1302 Eleventh St., Madison campus. TABE is Florida-U.M.P. Imca type fun for kids! Pre-registra-
from 4:30-7 p.m. (EST) at Suwannee River Regional Live Oak. Les Harrison of required for acceptance into modifieds, K.O.I L. Leg- tion recommended. For
11 locations throughout Library in the Crapps the Florida Department of vocational/technical pro- ends, mini sprints, hobby more info call 352-334-
Florida. One of the eleven Meeting Room, 1848 Ohio Agriculture, Division of grams. Photo ID required, stock, pure stock and street 2170 or visit www.nature-
sites will be held in Live Avenue South, Live Oak. Marketing and Develop- Pre-registration is required. stock; Schedule of events: operations.org.
Oak at: UF-IFAS Suwannee The seminar will be con- ment and Richard Esseck of To register please call 850- Thursday, Jan. 27, 5-10 Jan. 29-30 and Feb. 4-6
Valley North Florida REC, ducted by Joseph F. Pippen the Florida Meat Goat As- 973-9451. p.m., campers move in, 19th Annual Hoggetowne
7580 CR 136, 386-362- Jr. and Associates and local sociation will be guest Jan. 26 music and bonfire; Friday, Medieval Faire comes to
1725. Space is limited, reg- attorney Frank Davis. speakers. The meeting is Lady of the Lake Jan. 28, 10 a.m.-8:30 p.m. life in Gainesville on Jan
ister early. For more info or Jan. 24. 31 and open to all meat goat pro- Quilting Guild meeting sign-in, hot laps: all divi- 29-30 and Feb. 4-6
to register, contact Chris Feb. 7. 21 ducers in Suwannee, Do you need a quilting sions 4-7 p.m.; Qualifica- The Alachua County Fair-
Demers at 352-846-2375 or Home school class Hamilton, Madison and Co- challenge? The Lady of the tions: all cars, renegade, grounds come to life as the
cdemers@ifas.ufl.edu. This offered at Florida lumbia counties. No regis- Lake Quilting Guild will four-car dashes, mini car 19th Annual Hoggetowne
free program is a service of Museum of Natural tration fee. Pre-register by hold its monthly meeting on derby (Racers Party); Sat- Medieval Faire brings the
the Florida Division of History in Gainesvile calling FAMU Small Farm Wednesday, Jan. 26, at 10 urday, Jan. 29, gates open magic of the past to
Forestry, Forest Steward- The Florida Museum of Management Specialist a.m. at the Southside Recre- at 9 a.m., sign-in until 2 Gainesville. Join hundreds
ship Program University of Natural History, Phillip Petway, 386-362- ation Center, 901 Saint p.m., auction begins at 10 of actors, artisans and vol-
'Gainesville will offer a 2771. Margaret Road, Lake City. a.m., vintage car races 11 unteers for two weekends of
POOL CHLORINE four-week home school Jan. 25 Marika Sevin, Development a.m. -2 p.m., heat races merriment Jan. 29-30 and
S. class series titled "Squirmy Glenn Miller Orchestra Director of the Arthritis 2:30 p.m., big car demo Feb. 4-6. Faire hours are 10
$iRefill Science" from 9:30-11:30 swings at NFCC Foundation of Jacksonville, 7:30 p.m.; Sunday, Jan. 30, a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday
|SEAMAN'S AQUA CLEAN a.m. on Jan. 24, 31 and World Famous Glenn will present "a call to entry" gates open at 10 a.m., and Sundays and 9 a.m. to 4
i "30W VHowardSt. LiveOak Feb. 7, 21 for children ages Miller Orchestra, one of the for quilted items for the No- church service 10:30 a.m. p.m. on Friday. Admission
13252JRS-F s36ix-11. The class is, $40.for most popular dance.;bands vember Comfort for a Cure features all day starting at is $10 for adults, $5 for
S.... nooro-entry fee all classes: children ages 5-17 thb l 'free
Pits all four days $45 or for children 4 and younger.
S $20 per day; general ad-. For more information call

Sfor all three days, kids un- www.gvlculturalaffairs.org.
der six free, six-12 $5 per Jan. 30
day. For rules and ques- The Florida Museum of
tions, call 812-689-1046, Natural History will host
812-871-7728, 859-581- a Science Sunday lecture
8579 or the track at 386- on wild orchids
754-8800. The Florida Museum of
SJan. 29 Natural History in
Suwannee County Gainesville will host a Sci-
Museum Chili Challenge ence Sunday lecture on wild
The Suwannee County orchids by Connie Bransil-
Museum Association is ver, author of "Wild Love
., .planning its second Chili Affair: Essence of Florida's
Challenge. The event will Native Orchids," from 2-3
be held on Saturday, Jan. p.m. on Jan. 30. The event
S9 29, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. is free and open to the pub-
on the loading dock of the lie. The Florida Museum
old Atlantic Coastline also will offer a new pro-
Freight Depot. This year gram "Sunday Snoop,"
there wil be three classes in where museum staff enter-
the competition. Restau- tain children ages 4-10 for
Si rants and businesses will an hour with fun activities
; I comepte for a handsome and a guided tour while
torphy. Civic organizations adults enjoy the
will compete for a cash lecture/book signing. Reg-
Sprize of $100. This yar, in- -istration for "Sunday
dividuals wil compete, in Snoop" is $5 and pre-regis-
their own class, for a tro- tration is required. For more
phy. there will also be tro- info or to register for "Sun-
.phies for the People's day Snoop," call 352-846-
Choice Award and for the 2000, ext. 277.
ii .. best presentation (table Jan. 31
decoration). There will be NFCC will conduct
S entertainment and an art TABE (Test of Adult
exhibit by the Live Oak Basic Education)
Artist Guild. Chili must be North Florida Communi-

degrees F. when competitor TABE (Test of Adult Basic
.'.check in. The temperature Education) on Monday,
of the chili will be checked Jan. 31, at 6 p.m., in the
before the judging. You NFCC Technical Center on
may use crock pots or hot the Madison
,'! plates to keep your chili up campus. TABE is required
to temperature. Electrical for acceptance into voca-
' t' outlets are available. If tional/technical
', oyou have questions about programs. Photo ID re-
'_ the Chili Challenge, please quired. Pre-registration is
call 386-362-1776 and ask required. To register please
Sear for Carol or Richard. After call 850-973-9451.

Concerts & Eventsc Uac G ard's dvn're par, hours, please leave a mes- Feb.
crs&Eeto CO{'(e' e, ensage and we will get back Helping Hands
( e to you. Proceeds from the Volunteer Orientation
amondB Rl JmmWen.. ............ ................. rFeb 5 .. .event will go to support the Make a difference in
B ,rSop.A1nercanHRdl ICL....Jbl Suwannee County Histori- someone's life! After attend-
Terr chka JoshTumer..,..................... .. ............. eb.. cal Museum. ing orientation and complet-
...Sepecal a~BphaTucker..,........................ ........,....MarS Jan..29 ing the screening process,
.LeAR.m eR .................................. ,,.,................ The Family CAFi you will be eligible for vol-
"Col."lesoul.................. ..,.......... ...J...;,...J,:4.Mi ': Bistro comes to Lake unteering in the ie Hospice At-
.C ekP ...~...................;.......,,, .... City tic thrift store, administra-
1 "., ... e.. s.. ,- .. ';., The Family CAFI Bistro tive offices, as well as help-
.' 'd a free conference for stu-CLNRPE_
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Calendar Teach children proper
Continued From Page 8C against Tallahassee at Colin be held at 9 a.m. on Satur, hand ashl g th is
P. Kelly Gymnasium on the day, Feb. 12, at the Suwan-
ing at special events, educa- Madison campus. All home nee Country Club, Live Oak.d a n d flu s e a
tional fairs, community games are free and open to Four man scramble with cold andU lu season
events and fund raising. You the public. For more info, prizes to the top three teams. With the cold and flu season "The Scrub Club was created '
must register for orientation, contact NFCC basketball Cost: $50 per player or $200 here, one.of the most vulnera- to raise awareness about the
Orientation will be held coach Clyde Alexander at per team. Come and support ble populations are young chil- benefits of handwashing," says
from 1.0-11 a.m. on Wednes- 850-973-1609 or visit athlet- Hornet Baseball. For more dren attending schools and William Fisher, vice president
day, Feb. 2 (first Wednesday ics at www.nfcc.edu. info, contact Derek Garland, daycare. To keep kids healthy, at NSF International, a public
of every month) at Hospice Feb. 11-12 386-294-3025 or Joann handwashing continues to be health and safety organization
of the Suwannee Valley, 618 NFCC Lady Sentinels Page 386-294-2834.oneofthemostsimpleyetef that independently certifes
SW FL Gateway Drive, next home basketball Feb. 16 fective ways to fight disease, products and writes standards.
Lake City. To register or for game NFCC Lady according to the Centers for "By offering children, parents
more info contact Carolyn The North Florida Cor- Sentinels next home Disease Control and Preven- and teachers a fun and educa-
Long, 386-752-9191. munity College Lady Sen- basketball game tion: tional Web site, our goal is to
Feb. 2 tinels next home basketball The North Florida Co- The main way that illnesses reduce the number of school sik and serves as a reminder to
NFCC Lady Sentinels game will be played at 5:30 munity College Lady Sen- like colds andflu are spread is sick days and ultimately im- rinse awaygerms.
next home basketball p.m. on Friday and 2 p.m. on tinels next home basketball pesonoeson in resp i irove the overall hygiene of Step 6: Dry with paper towels
g from person-to-person in respi- prove the overall hygiene. of Step 6: Dry with paper towels
game Saturday, Feb. 11-12, game will be played at 5:30 ratory droplets of coughs or children and adults." or warm air dryer. "P.T." trans-
The North Florida Coin- against Pensacola at Colin P. p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. oratory droplets of coughs or childrenand adults."
The North Florida Co- againstensacola at Colin P. p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. sneezes, called "droplet Six Steps to Proper Hand- forms herself into paper towels.
munity College Lady Sen- Kelly Gymnasium on the, 16, against Chipola at Colin spread." This can happen when washing At www.scrubclub.org, kids
tinels next home basketball Madison campus. All home P. Kelly Gymnasium on the The Scrub seethe six stepstoproperhand-
game will be played at 5:30 games are free and open to Madison campus. All home Club Web washing in action throipgh an
p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 2, the public. For more info, games are free and open to W site features interactive webisode and can
against Okaloosa-Walton at contact NFCC basketball the public. For more info, b se v e n also sing along to the Scrub
Colin P. Kelly Gymnasium coach Clyde Alexander at contact NFCC basketball "soaper- Club theme song. The first we-
on the Madison campus. All 850-973-1609 or visit athlet- coach Clyde Alexander at hero" kids -- bisode, "The Good, the BAC
home games are free and ics at www.nfcc.edu. 850-973-1609 or visit athlet- 0. "Hot Shot," and the Ugly," finds the Scrub
open to the public. For more Feb. 15 ics at www.nfcc.edu. "C h i ", Club battling the loathsome, but
info, contact NFCC basket- SCORE will sponsor a fi- Feb. 21 "Squeaks," lovable character BAC (fom
ball coach Clyde Alexander nancial management and NFCC Lady "Taki," the Partnership for Food Safety
at 850-973-1609 or visit ath- record keeping workshop Sentinels next home 'm~ "Scruff," Education's Fight BAC! food
letics at www,nfcc.edu. SCORE will sponsor a basketball game "Tank" and safety public education cam-
"MFeb. 5 May 30 workshop on financial man- The North Florida Cm- droplets from a cough or "P.T." that transform to repre- paign), and one of his partners
"Microbes: Invisible In- agement and record keeping munity College Lady Sen- sneeze of an infected person sent each of the six steps to in "grime," "Sal Monella," in a
vaders...Amazing Allies," from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on tinels next home basketball proper handwashing. Wild-West themed adventure.
move through the air and come proper handwashing. Wild-West themed adventure.
will be on display at the Tuesday, Feb. 15, at the game will be played at 5:30 in contact with the mouth or Step 1: Wash with warm wa- .Interactive games, including
Florida Museum of Natur- Quality Inn, US 90 and 1-75, p.m. on Monday, Feb. 21, nose of people nearby, or when ter. "Hot Shot" and "Chill" turn one that features the evil vil-
al History, Gainesville Lake City. The cost is $20 against Gulf Coast at Colin and cold faucets and lain "Influenza Enzo" called
"Microbes: Invisible In- with lunch and materials in- P. Kelly Gymnasium on the germs land on shared items into hot and cold faucets and lain "Influenza Enzo" called
microbes : Invisible In- with lunch and materials in- P.Kelly Gymnasium on the such as toys, desks and door- then combine to make the warm "Stop Fluin' Around," teach
vaders...Amazing Allies," eluded. Toics will include Madison campus. All home knobs. If a person fails to wash water essential for proper hand- children 'how illnesses and
will be on display Feb. 5 business loans, credit, in- games are free and open to their handsafter touching these washing, food borne diseases are spread
May 30 at the Florida Muse- ventory management, record the public. For more info, races, theycanbecome vul- Step 2 Apply soap bar or and how to prevent them. Ad-
um of Natural History, keeping systems and more. contact NFCC basketball nerable if they touch their eyes, pump are both fine. "Squeaks" ditionally, Scrub Club visitors
Gainesville.The exhibit, Seating is cited. For reser- coach Clyde Alexander a mouth or nose. can transform into various can also download materials
produced by Clear Channel vations or more information, 850-973-1609 or visit athlet- To help kids protect them- forms of soap, from bars of all such as a Scrub Club member-
Exhibitions in collaboration call '386-755-9026 ext. ics at www.nfcc.edu.
Exhibitions in collaboration call 386-755-9026 ext. ics at www.nfc.edu. selves, kids and their parents sizes to pumps of allkinds. ship card, posters, stickers,
with the National Institutes 3214. SCORE is a non-prof- Feb. 28 March 11 selves, kids and their parents
with the National Institutes 3214. SCORE is a non-prof- Feb, 28 Mrhh 11 can now benefit by getting help Step 3: Wash for a fill 20 games and activities as well
of Health, is an interactive, it organization which pro- Suwannee District Schools from The Scub Club, an ani- seconds, rubbing hands togeth- educational materials for
technologically enhanced videos counseling to small will administer Spring mated Wb site (www.scrub- er to lather soap. "Taki" be- teachers and information for
exhibit that explores the hid- businesses by experienced 2005 Assessments FCAT ub.org) developed by the not- comes a clock that counts dwn parents that not only enhance
den world of microbes, in- local volunteers. ,Reading, Math and Sci- for-profit NSF International. the required 20 seconds for the site but also make it fun for
eluding bacteria, viruses ard Feb. 16 ence Tests teaches kids thorough handwashing. kids to return to the site time
beneficial germs. Formore ServSafe IProgram Suwannee District The new Web site teaches kids
beneficial germs. For more ServSafe Program Suwannee District and their parents the impor- Step 4: Clean around your and time again. For additional
info call 352-846-2000, ext. will be held Schools will administer dance of washing hands in the fingernails, using a nail brsh if information, isit www.scrub-
277. The Suwannee County Spring 2005 Assessments fight against infections and you have one. "Scruff' reminds club.org. Other helpful re-
Feb. 8-10 Extension Service, will be FAT Reading, Math and food borne diseases through in- kids that hands aren't clean un- sources include
Suwannee District Schools .providing food safety .train- Science, Tests ,-, Feb. 28- tf6.tive gaines, activities, a til the nails are clean. www.cdc.g'o'TIT/WnT'l,
.,-,yilAidmiister Spring. .i g,.Qp Wednesday, Feb. 16, March .11. .FCAT. .is for andwashing song and evenan Step 5: Rinse away soapwith www.fightbac.org ,, 'N and
2005 Assessments -FCAT .from 8:30 a.m,-5 p:m. at the grades 3-10 (Grade 11-Adult animated webisode. warm water. "Tank" turns into ww.cleanhandscoalition.org.
Writing Test Suwannee CountyExtension RETAKES). Each school
Suwannee District Office, 1302 Eleventh has more detailed testing in-
Schools will administer Street, SW, Live Oak. Certi- formation available. Daily
Spring 2005 Assessments fiction is required in Flori- student attendance is critical
FCAT Writing Test.- Feb. 8- da for food managers of all during these assessment pe-
10. FCAT is for grades 3-10 establishments. The Univer- riods.
(Grade 11-Adult RE- sity of Florida. Food Safety March' 21-23
TAKES). Each school has and Quality Program man- Suwannee District .
more detailed testing infor- ages the ServSafe Program Schools will administer
nation available. Daily stu- training (including all regis- Spring 2005 Assessments
dent attendance is critical trations and material or- SAT 10 V I S e
during these assessment p'e- ders). More info, is available Suwannee District 8 ,MMMENDt-
riods. about this training by calling Schools will administer PI ND I
Feb. 9 toll-free 888-232-8123 or Spring 2005 Assessments DA-
,NFCC Lady Sentinels v, .i s i t SAT 10 March 21-23. We Are
next home basketball http://foodsafety.ifas.ufl.edu SAT 10 is for Grade K-2. M jia M I" W.
game, : Each school has more de- n
The North Florida, Com- Feb. 12 tailed testing information e Prle onal Grade
unity College. Lady Sen- 2005 Lafayette Baseball available. Daily student
tinels next home basketball Golf Tournament attendance is critical dur-
game will be played at 5:30 The 2005 Lafayette Base- ing these assessment peri-
p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 9, ball Golf Tournament will ods.

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LARGE OAKS... Abound on, this 3+ acres with L999
3/2 manufactured home. Offeis split floor plan, great
SPACIOUS NEW HOME... Brand new modular. ,room, breakfast bar & central heat & air. Located just
home offers bright, open floor plan, eat in kitchen, West of Live Oak of paved road. $65,000. MLS#43740
breakfast bar, covered porch, and 2 car attached
HUNTING; PROPERTY!! Loaded wit Thisme is being ed as a duplex now Great Locationll Large 42 DWMH in Old garage located in nice residential area on .82 of an
Deer, Turkey, and Hbgs. Or a great place' but an be turned into a single family Sugar Mill Subdivision. Lots of shade acre. $189,500. MLS#43657
for family camping and getaways. NOTE easily. The property also has 3 SWMHs trees. Close to school.and shopping. All a
Electric in area and close to fishing on the that are used as rentals. MLS#42216 this home needs is a new family! !
Gulf. MLS#42136 $35,000 $195,000 MLS#42253 $99,000
'. fmA WAHiyI 'o'." ,,-, '7 t'' a ELEGANT NEW HOME... In Savannah Plantation
^ over 2000 sqft of living space, eat in kitchen plus
dining area, living room w/ stone fireplace, large
Master suite, and 2 car garage. Located on 1 acre.
sq.ft. Offers 3bd/3ba, family room, formal dining Call Ke lie Shirah
room, living room, 3 fireplaces, loft & library..Ca l e li h r
acre oryour ome. Spacious kitchen with stainless appliances, granite Poole Realty,. Inc.
Convenient to shopping and schools, counter tops built in wine cooler & fish aquarium. (386) 362-4539or(386)208-3847
Coin operated car wash wnh a single wide This is a flog lot, with 166t leel ol US Located on SE Lynwood Dr., electric and Located on over 4 acres with large detached shop & as l .or
mobile home currently beingrented for Highway 27 frontage. Possible to re-zone phone in the area. MLS#42330 $5,995 rt. $335,000. MLS#42510: s h P a an
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Sc .(1) 20 (+1-) ACRES SUWANNEE COUNTY property is located a short distance from
:. .." 0'10Charles Springs and a boat ramp on the Suwannee River. $3,350 per acre owner financing

carpet throughout this home. High large RV & has 220 electric. (3 65 ACRES- SUWANNEE COUNTY- property has frontage on CR #49 and has scattered
ceilings, fireplace, living rooms & $165,000. Call Brett Deutsch, 647- oakandpinetres. Greathomesiel $3,000 per acre (Owner/Broker)
family room, also has a separate 6344. MLS#42914 (4) 155 (+-) ACRES SUWANNEE COUNTY gently rolling land located next to Peacock
dining-room area. This lovely home 2005 3/2 DWMH... On 1 acre with Spngs State Park Idealbr homesiteor hunting $2,995 per acre (Owner/Broker)
sits on 3+ acres & is shadowed by a large Oak trees, and a creek that (5) 210 (+1-) ACRES SUWANNEE COUNTY.- property is located o State Road #51 about
large Pecan tree. You can also sit on borders back of property line. miles nortn ol the Suwannee River Great location for home sitel $3;500 per acre
your front porch & see your very Located in Jasper area. Everything (Olner/BroKeri
ROOM TO ROAM- Spaiou 3/2 12 home situated own fish pond. Jst minutes aay neat and tidy. $71,500. Call Enola (6)645 ACRES-MADISON COUN-gentlyrollinglandwihmajestichardwoodsalongthe
on 10 acres. Home has 2.600 sq.lt. with a total of 3,436 from Live Oak. Ready to sell at Golightly; 842-2470 or Ric Donovan, meandering of a creek that runs through the property. Land is in 19 & 20 year old planted
sq.ft. under roof. Ceramic ule in the great room, gas log $120,000.00. Call Enola Golightly, 590-1298. www.enolagolightly.com pines end has paved road frontage. Ideal for hunting, other recreational uses or home site.
fireplace in the Florida Room. Stocked fish pond with 842-2470 or Ric Donovan, 590-1298. MLS#42953 $2,725 per acre
deck. New 30x40 steel bldg & 20x30 workshop, www.enolagolightly.com BUILT IN 1992. This rick home (7) 674 ACRES MADISON COUNTY this tract has some cut over land, about 195 acres of
screened porch w/iot tub. Visit www.poolerealty:com. MLS#43283 has 4bdrm, 2 full baths and sits on 2001 planted sand pines and some beautiful hardwood hammocks surrounding the Sand Pond.
for virtual tour. $234,000. Call Irvin Dees, 362-1026. CONVENIENTLY LOCATED over an acre at the end of a cul-de-sac Ideal for deer and turkey hunting. Property is a short driifrmMl0:- $1,995 per dcre
MLS#41671 ,- ;: Just 3 miles South of Live Oak on and has new carpet. Conveniently (Owner/Broker) : .
..Hwy 129 is where you'll find this 3 located to Live Oak. Close to schools h n
bedroom home. Home has 1,368 & shopping. $96,500. Call Anita For additional information, contact
sq.ft., front porch', workshop Kent-Handy, 208-5877. MLS#43769. BAYNARDWARD, KATRINA BLALOCK or CHUCK DAVIS
complete-w/ .wiring &c concrete floor.s ROMANTIC VINTAGE HOME in E-mail: HYPERLINK r"mailto:ward@danielcrapps.com'
Located on 2C acres. 7$72,500. Call Live Oak. Currently a Tea Room. 3/2S.
IrvinDees, 362-1026. MLS#40195. with 2800 sqft. 5 vintage fireplace.
EXCELLENT BUSINESS $199,000. Call Jan Fessler, 364-8407. lighthouse R eal
OPPORTUNITY... Over 10 acres MLS#43638 A
J:ust oft SR 51 on 144th Street, 1996 WANT TO OWN YOUR OWN of North Florida, Inc.
1999 3/2 DWMH... Across from the historic Suwannee SWMH plus.2 greenhouses, concrete BUSINESS? Great opportunity to Corner of Hwy. 27 & Clyde Avenue, Mayo, Florida
S3Wims PArs o fr t or n slabs; fans, & frames. Buyer to purchase a commercial business' 'Heather M Neill Broker
River. Willims Prk is only 50 tif from your front complete to own requirements. Nice located just outside the ACV Heather M. Neill, Broker
w/ gate f pate o me b oast a gorou pasture. $129,000. Call Sylvia Retirement Community. Currently a PHONE: (386) 294-2131 MOBILE: (386) 208-5394
w/gate for your privacy. The home boast a gorgeous Newell, 362-5575. MLS#42972 video/DVD rental but other -use Search the MLS at WWW.LIGHTHOUSEREALTY.US
stone fireplace. Island kitchen and ding room. This CONVENIENT TO I-10 & I-75 possible. $179,000. Call Sylvia
could be yours for $70,000. Call Kerni Africano, 623- This 73+ acres of pasture and woods Newell, 362-5575. MLS#42745
2341. MLS#43306 with an additional 19 acres of natural DON'T MISS THIS ONE! 40 acres @\
woods on the opposite side of the of 12 year old pine trees. Owner says
road, would make a great place to pine straw income is approx $4,000
",4 build a home and run a fai'm. k$oth per year. Located off River Road just
.pieces have paved road frontage. minute from town. $152,000. Call
$371,280. Call Kerri Africano, 623- Irvin Dees, 362-1026-MLS#41779
,.2341. MLS#42776 2001 4/2 HOME: This home has
2000 3/2 DWMH... With 5+ acres approx. 2500 sqft. Great room open
with paved road frontage. Located in floor plan w/ wood burning FP. FROM A BYGONE ERA Well-kept
the South end of Suwannee Conimty. Features large kitchen, computer
.- e, 1 Nice above'grourid pool buried half* office area, 2 car oversized garage. vintage home inside city limits. Sit a NEW SIDING, SKIRTING and
ACCENT ON CONVENIENCE... 3/1 1/2 brick, way with deck. $85,000. Call Enola Beautiful wooded & open 20 acres. spell on the lovely screened porch and PANELING on this 3/2 home in a quiet,
living, dining, and family rooms, 1 car carport, CH/AC Golightly, 842-2470 or Ric Donovan, Centrally located between Lake Cit, admire the tidy, fenced yard. New AC family neighborhood. One-acre lot.
all electric, city water & sewer, storage buildings, cable 590-1298. www.enolagolightly.com Live Oak, &:Branford. Secluded yet unit in '99. Monthly termite treatment. Appliances stay. $59,900. MLS 42075
TV, $93,500. Call Glenda' McCall, 776-1639. MLS#43193 close to town. $32',000. Call Enola Home warranty. Motivated Seller.
MLS#43063 4 ACRE LOT zoned Commercial Golightly, 842-2470 or Ric Donovan
Shopping Center located adjacent to 5 9 0 1 29 8. Or visit r $97,000. #43388
the new Winn-Dixie Market Place. www.enolagolightly.com
$335,000. Call Ronnie Poole, 362- MLS#42773
CLOSE TO EVERYTHING.., 3/2 VILLAGE... 1999 3/2 DWMH, large
1,176 sq.ft. brick home, CH/AC (all kitchen, master bedroom w/ glamour .
electric), microwave, washer, dryer, l bath large walk-in closets, split floor
car carport, sprinkler system, 10x20 plan, 2 car carport, 2 storage
metal storage building. $89;000. Call buildings, sprinkler system. $89,900.:-
Glenda McCall, 776-1639. Call Glenda McCall, 776-1639.
LOVELY TO LOOK AT butbetter to live in. 3/2 on MLS#42530 MLS#41030.
an, acre just outside the city limits. Only minutes from QUIIET & PRIVATE... Pasture,
everything. Just $185,000. Call Carolyn Spilatore, 362-' trees, a pond with a creek, high & CONVENIENT TO LAKE CITY & LIVE
6832 MLS#43738 dry. 4/2 1998 DWMH w/ 2356 sq.ft. VER -Well-kept SW on OAK this 3/2 DWis on one wooded
Sfned i-acre. Nieyardwithots of acre. Walk-in closets, garden tub,
fenced i-acre. Nice yard with lots ohe skylights, ceiling fans. Insulated 40x36
2owrF tre en se barn and 20x24 carport. Add'l acre
w/elec. New water treatment system. available. $84,000. #42719
$40,000. #41860. 12, n7JRS.


Lost & Found .1 (9
LOST DOG Black & White Pit Bull.
Four white pawg. Last seen in
Dowling Park. Reward. Call 386-658- EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
Special Notices
WORK23520750 you may be
entitled to money through social'
security. Call Intergrated Family PETS
Services at 1-866-4-SSI-USA
ADOPT? Call Suwannee County
Animal Control at 386-208-0072. M-F
from-8 a.m.- 5 p.m.

: First Day
$75.00, cord $175.00. Will deliver
season or green oak wood. Call Cattle
Eddie for more info. @ 386-590-
1096. First Day
First Day Registered Polled Hereford Bulls. For more information about this home,
FOR SALE Treadmill $4., GasFor Sale. Ages: Weaning to 2 yrs. call The associates of J. W. Hill Realty at 386-362-3300.
FOR SALE Treadmill $40., Gas Call 386-776-2163 evenings.
Furnance $100., 1.Window A/C unit
$50., Stainless Steel Range d ats/Supplies CampersMotor Homes
$60., Couch $40. Call 386-638- Boats/Supplies Campers/Motor Homes
1686 First Day First Day
Real Estate FOR SALE 1968 19 ft. Skiff Craft I/O FOR SALE Camper, 1994 Prowler
ENJOY NORTH FLORIDA LIVING Boat Motor & Trailer. $3500. OBO. 24'. Separate bedroom, Queen Bed, REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
LIVE OAK. FLORIDA. MERCHANDISE Like new. Call 386-364-5589. also sleeper couch. Very clean.
SHitch, awning. Must Seel $4500..
15 Ac. Approx. 7 mi. W. of Live Oak Building Materials FOR SALE 1996 Robalo. 2120, firm. Phone 386-963-217. Apartments
w/2001 Homes of Merit 2300+ sq. ft. center console w/225 Mercury FOR SALE Houseboat, 29 ft.
Mobile Home. 4BD/2BA, 2LR. Lots of w/warranty. Continental trailer. Many Pontoon. Self-contained. Fridge, PUBLISHER'S NOTICE
storage area, Lg. Kit, Lg. Deck on First Day extras. Asking $17,500. Call 386- sPtoo 2 h onda 4rke, r e
stove, bed. 2001 hp. Honda 4-stroke, All real estate advertising in this
back w/concrete patio. Home. sits in FOR SALE 19 Attic trusses First Day 362-4775. tilt & trim. $6000. OBO. Call 727-421- newspaper is subject to the Fair
about 3 Ac. of Lg. Oak Trees w/the designed for 24'x36' Garage. 2'x10' 5207 or 727-526-0622. Housing Act which makes it illegal to
bal. of prop. in pasture. Mostly fenced ceiling joists. Buyer will need to pick 994 21.5' Montadvertise "any preference, limitation
cross-fenced for cattle & horses. FOR SALE 1994 21.5' or discrimination based on race,
&cross-fenced fo cte up. $500.00. Call 386-362-4491. Moteol l W l in
Accessible from 2 roads: 1 paved, 1 TravelMaster. E350 Ford Chassis. color, religion, sex, disability, familial
dirt. Irrigation for garden spot or start 53K mi. Fully equipped, new tires. status or national origin, or an
of a nursery. Asking $177,000. Garage/Yard Sales Must see to appreciate! Asking intention, to make any such
$13,500. OBO. 386-776-2309 preference, limitation and
CALL FOR APP T.TO SEE: discrimination" Familial status
DAYTIME: 386-867-1888 .First Day includes children under the age of 18
AFTER 6PM: 386-330-2373 BIG GARAGE SALE 0/20,21,22,23 living with parents or legal
@ 8384 152nd Ter. Live- Oak, FLy. 1 ct. custodians, pregnant women and
LOCATION, LOCATION, Follow signs @ CR 252 & US 12 or pof children
LOCATIONI CR 49. Antiques/Collectibles, furn., ~ T inder 18.
www.suwanneecountyflorida.com elec. stove, dryer, living room set, '' This newspaper will not knowingly
This cyber realestate for sale. records- something for everyone. accept any advising forreal estate
Will trade for property in Suwannee 386-364-6012. which is i violation of the law. Our
County. 888-786-0676 readers are hereby informed that all
______MOVI__NG __SA __LE __3__yr_, N Houe 2 dwellings advertised in this
MOVING SALE 3yr old- mahogany 2- newspaper are available on an equal
pedestal dining table w/4 matching opportunity basis. To complain of
side & 2 arm chairs. Matching buffet discrimination call HUD toll-free 1-
w/granite top. Beautiful, like new .. 800-669-9777. The toll-free number
condition $2300. Antique cedar chest ,-, \,. '- ,_ .
SPERSONAL SERVICES condition $2300. Ante cedar cest for the hearing impaired is 1-800-
w/very ornate carvings .$400. 927-75
condition $400. Universal gym w/4
DIABETIC TESTING SUPPLIES stations & all weights, great i
& Respiratory supplies at little or no condition. Has been kept indoors
cost. Medicare approved supplier. $475. Please call 386-364-1234. ti .
Extensive line of brand name OU
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Are you curious about the value Oak. Quality home fully fenced 1/2
of your property? ac. yard. Children, pets welcome. No
drinking, smoking, drugs on
Inside, you' find great t deals on merchandise you premises. Share bath, kit, LR, yard.
Call Amy owit for a FREE In vvside, you 'I ind great Pntn inl dr ps
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no obligation marketing analysis! can use, like a summer rental home or a new sofa BD, +$100. dep. Call 386-362-3991.
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H ,.NorthCofkntRoaulaRiealEsate.cOn HOUSE FOR RENT 1BR/1BA Brand
New House CHA Screened Porch,
$600/mo, 1st, last & $300. sec. dep.
u tht1 mi from Live Oak, F city limits. NO

3863621734 8005 2 FOR RENT 3BD/2BA MH on 5 quiet
acres. 50 ft. Porch. Washer & Dryer
REAL or hook-up. No smoking on premises.
529 S. Ohio Ave., ~ive Oak, FL $450.00 plus deposit. Call 386-364-
Bus. 386-362-1389 Fax: (386) 362-6131 5007.
S.C. Sullivan (386) 362-1389, Evening 362-2990 First Daye
Realtor Assoc. M. Elizabeth Eiliott, Evening 842-2372 FOR RENT. -FOR RENT-
(1) Lee, FL: 7.3 Acres on US +, wooded, Steinhatchee 3BR, 2BA DWMH, Double ide2BRsinglewide n H RENTJasper & Live Oak areas.Jan/Feb.
90 near 1-10 with a 3/4 Springs area, river access, ad BR,1/2 mo. free with 1st/last plus sec. w/
bedroom' CH/AC home Hwy. 51 access,recent survey. CENTRAL H/A. \ Mobile Home mobile home 12 m. lease. $295.-$425. Call for
containing approximately $26,000. .and e, details: (386)294-2600.
1,750 sq. ft. under roof (9) CR 132:13 acres wooded FIRST MONTH'S central H/A.
together with a C.B.S. on' paved road with a 3 RENT PLUS Land for sale.
Commercial Building bedroom, 2 bath, CH/CA First month's
containing approximately DWMH in excellent DEPOSIT TO Fminanced R
12,500 with 11,500 sq. ft. of condition, cont. approx. 1450 rent plus deposit You can Reach
packing. $250,000. sq. ft., heated area, will haw.e MOVE IN. by owner.
(2) 75 acres on paved road to ee to appreciate. WATER SEWER to move in. Over 4 Million
on pasture with some live $119,000. ,- ,
oaks, fenced and cross fenced, (10), Camping Lot: One & GARBAGE Ask for Water, sewer, & Potential Buyers
two wells, 1/4 mile on paved acre riverview lot in the Blue Oldfor y product
Rd. 1/4 mile on county grade, Springs area, river access. INCLUDED. L arry ts, garbage included. *fo your product
good area. $3,995 per acre.- $5,995. through our Internet
(3) 177th Drive: 3 Bedroom, (11)-OPff CR 252:10 Acres NO PETS 386362-2720 No pets and Newspaper
2 bath central heat and air. wooded on 61st Road 386-330-2567 386-330-2567 Network in Florida
Home containing convenient to .Lake City, can 13339-F
approxaimtely 1,350 sq. ft. be divided. $4,950 per acre. and throughout
Kitchen furnished .225'137 (12) Perry Fla: Nice two
lot. $72,000. bedroom, CHICA, brick the Nation.
(4) Jasper, FL: 3 Bedroom, 2 home with garage, good area. dP 1 Call Louise at
Bath, CH/AC, brick, containing $51,900: 1 Call Louise a
approximately 11700 sq. ft., (13) Perry-Fla: 3 bedroom, Touch of Class 386-362-1734
tender roof. Kitchen furnished central heat and air, 218x170' ,s.
147x97 lot, pool, $95,000.. lot, nice trees, numerous Not just any mobile home.
(5) Off CR 51 S.W.: 20 acres updates, new carpet, paint, This one has a lot to offer...
wooded with large oaks, anda stove & refrig. 100% 1,550 sq. ft. 3BR/2BA, metal OR RENT-
3BR/2BA, CH/CADWMH in financing. $61,900. roof, vinyl siding, new central -FOR RENT-
excellent condition, contact (14) Suwannee River: Four heat and air unit, new 40 gal. 3BR, Singlewide
office. 2000 sq. ft. under plus acres with 220 ft. on the hot water heater and Kinetico
roof, detached storage water, 4' well, septic tank, water purifying system. mobile home.
$149,500. 20x32 and 10x20 buidlings. Kitchen & breakfast area has
(6) 161/St Rd.: 10 acres with $110,000: been remodeled with a Tuscan Central H/A.
a four bedroom, three bath, (15) 177th Road: 10 acres, theme, family room has a
CH/CA, brick home wooded 4' well, septic tank, 7 wnr!:o fireplace with a gas First month's
containing approximatley good county road. $4,200 log. All rooms have been
2,500 sq. ft. under roof, per acre. -..;q freshly painted, and are ready rent plus deposit
kitchen furnished, 3 car (16) US 90West & I-10: 32 ~ for you. Home also has a to move in.
garage. REDUCED to Acres, zoned C.H.I., corner ,.covered back porch and a new to move in.
$225,000. tract, will divide. front deck with rails. All this
(7) Off CR 249: 3 Bedroom, (17) Off 208th: 4 Acres on 25 acres with-two-deeper
1 /2 bath, CH/AC, home wooded corner tract. Good h.A .W. J. HLL~ olns tacsres ithc-wn, degarbage included.
contains approximately 1,180 buy @ $11,995. W H L Planted Pines, Pecan, and
sq. ft. 1 1/2 acres of land (18) 169th Place: 5 Acres llI & ASSOCIATES Oak Trees. Only 6 miles from No pets.
(paved road) $55,000. Would wooded with survey. $5,250 1105 W.Howard Street, Live Oak, Florida 32064 Live Oak.-
work for S.H.I.P. per acres. Terms. Office: (386) 362-3300 Toll Free: 1-888-8210894 386-330-2567
(8) Hunting Tract: 13 acres 1t5.F L A7-.


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VacatiFOR SALE by owner-N Suwannee First Day First Day First Day Maintenance Director
Vacation Rentals County. 3/2 Cypress frame home-
1995. 2100. sq. ft. conditioned+lg. Administrative Sales Assistant DRIVERS Seeking individual with electrical,
applicantsmust be' proficient in
screen porch & decks. Beautiful 6 ac. needed for a busy dealership. All Are you getting a pay raise in 2005? plumbing, heating, carpentry, and
of hardwood forest, high & dry. 3 min. applicants must be proficient in Roehl drivers are! Van drivers-up appliance repair background. Will
walk to Suwannee River 3 gated apicand muExcel. Excprofellent to 390 plus bonus. Flatbed drivers-up need to be able to work with people
access to miles of state-owned river communication skills and to 41o plus bonus, plus tarp. Up to as well as blue prints. Must have
frontage. $213,000. Call 386-362- telephone skills a must. Great work COTTAGE PARENTS $2000. sign-on bonus. Students stable job history. Responsible for
Environment and benefit package, Welcome. Class A required. EOE maintenance functions for seven
S"5979 environment and benefit package,year old 60 bed health care facility.
North Carolina. Easy access, great health, dental and a 401k. E.O.E. The Florida Sheriffs Boys Ranch, a Call Roehl, THE year old 60 bed health attention of Rich facility.
view, 10 min to Maggie Valley, 30 min Mobile Homes PLEASE NO PHONE CALLS. Fax private residential childcare MORE, BE HOME MORE386-294-3301, or a pply at
to Cherokee, 2 min to Parkway, OWNER FINANCE resume to: 386-362-3541, Attn: program in North Florida, is looking CARRIER$ Wisdahl at 386-294-3301, or apply atW
Mountain Stream with picnic area, E. of Branford-close to beautiful Dave Esco, Jr., General Manager for couples to be full-time $$$ 800-626-4915 $$$ Lafayete Health Care Center, 512W.
Fireplace, Sleeps 10. All Amenities. Itchetucknee River- 3BD/2BA MH or mail to: professional Cottage Parents.
$500/wk, $1600/mo. (386) 330-4207 Small down, $625/mo. 386-758-9785 WALT'S LIVE OAK FORD Responsibilities include the direct
Lucy PO. BOX N care and development of 10 boys,
Lots LIVE OAK, FL 32064 ages 8-18. We provide you with First Day
Lotspecific professional skill based maintenance
FIVE, TEN AND TWENTY ACRE training & support. Our model drivers HELP WANTED maintenance man
LOTS with well & septic. Owner helps children develop social, NEW PAY PACKAGE with knowledge of plumbing, electric
financing. Call 38-752-439. First Day academic, and independent living Home every Weekend and carpentry. Tools required.
SSTATE FOR F SAL www.deasbullardt. 6 skills. Salary $38,480.00 per GUARANTEED!I Transportation a must. Drug free
couple with housing, utilities, 3 immediate Openings! Avg. workplace.
FOR SALE W/OWNER F G board, and benefits provided. High 2444 mi. wkly. Call (386) 330-2567
FOR SALE WOWNER FINANCINGR 27 school diploma or GED and no CDL-A required
$12,000.2 AC. buildable lot near SR Fot
120 2 AC. buildable lot near SR 247I children living at home required. 1-877-428-5627
247 $20,000. AC. buildable lot off 137 on CHILDREN'S For more information on this www.ctdrivers.com Mechanic
247 $20,000. 4 AC. lot off 137 on challenging opportunity contact Full Time position open at
35th $30,000. 2 AC. lot 3 mi. off US THERAPIST Linda Mather at (386) 842-5555. E- farm help Spirit of the Suwannee.
90 neaMadison Co. line $12,500. mail: mather@outhranches.or HELP WANTED Experience Required.
(386) 935-2301. EMPLOYMENT The Florida Sheriffs Boys Ranch is E.O.E./Drug Free Workplace HELP WANTED Apply in person from
currently recruiting for a Children's -reoki' Knowledge of tractor and equipment 2pm-4pm @
OWNER FINANCE Help Wanted_ Therapist. Position requires a rstis a must. Call 386-330-2567 to 3076 95th Dr., Live Oak, FL
Jasper 4BD/2&1/2BA DWMH on 1 Master's degree in counseling, First Day enquire. Drug Free Work Place. E.O.E
ACRE, NICE.PRIVACY, Lg. Front & ACCOUNT PAYABLES social work, psychology or related Counselor, OPS
Rear decks, fireplace, new NEEDED human services field with a NORTH FLORIDAServce
carpet.Sm. down & $750/mo. LIVE OAK AREA preference of 2 years clinical KOUNTRY KITCHENS medical
Call (386) 758-9785 CALL FOR APPT: experience in providing services to COMMUNITY COLLEGE Now hiring, all positions open. MADISON NURSING CENTER
(386) 755-1991 youth with emotional disturbances.. Call 850-971-0024. 2481 W. US 90, Madison, FI
OWNER FINANCE WAL-STAF PERSONNEL Please forward resume to: COUNSELOR, OPS needed at Seeking Full Time/Part Time
O'Brien -Spacious 3BR/2BAon DRUGSCREEN/BACKGRD Eileen McCowan North Florida Community College, First Day RN's & LPN's
2.03 acres. Beautiful Oak Trees Sm. REQ. Florida Sheriffs Boys Ranch Madison, Fla. Grant funded, 28Da
down & $695.00 mo. _emccowan@youthranches.oirg hr/week. Coordinates College Housekeeper
down & $695.00 mo. emccowan@youthranches.org Expanded Opportunity Full time position in O'Brien area in medical
Call (386) 758-9785 COMPREHENSIVE P.O. Box 2000 Board Expanded Opportunity Full time position in O'Brien area in medical
Call (38 COMMUNITY SERVICES, INC. Boys Ranch, Florida 32064 Program and program for Suwannee County. Duties include MADISON NURSING CENTER
386/842-5555 (800/765-2697) improving FCAT scores and SAT housecleaning, laundry and running 2481 W. US 90, Madison, FI
Homes for Sale Is seeking a qualified individual to FAX: 386/842-1029 scores. Requires AA/AS degree, errands. Must be experienced, have Seeking RN for Risk Management/
fill Rest *Area janitorial position. experience working with at risk dependable transportation and Staff Development
First Day Must be able to follow directions Licensed supervision available, youth; counseling or education excellent references. Call 800-704-
FOR SALE 3BD/1&1/2BA Brick and work independently. Physical E.O.E./Drug Free Workplace experience. Education majors 7397.
Home in Live Oak. Lg. den w/fpl, stamina to perform job organizational and interpersonal ____________ |_i_'__[_l
closed carport, privacy fence. Nearly requirements. Must have CLASS A CDL DRIVERS skills, some evenings and weekend Housekeeping
2000 sq. ft. Also, separate 400 sq. ft. transportation and able to use nLaundy & Bathhouses Attendant
room that could be used as guest telephone, have good attitude.. needed, two (2) years experience work. Application at www.nfcc.edu. Laundry & Bathhouses Attendant
room that could be used as guest- A /ephone/ug ave wgor apiade. required Drug Free Work Place. Send complete application packet position open. Experience preferred
house, gameroom, etc. A must-see ADA/EOE/Drug free work place. Call (386) 294-3411. of cover letter, resume, application but will train. Apply in person @
@ 1453 Pearl Ave. Call 386-330- Apply CCS, 506 S: Ohio Ave., Live and transcripts (unofficial OK) to: SPIRIT OFTHE SUWANNEE
2201. Oak, FL. and transcripts (unofficial OK) to: SPIRIT OF THE SUWANNEE
2201_OakFL.HR Director, NFCC, 1000 Turner MUSIC PARK
First Day Davis Drive, Madison, FL 32340. between 2pm-4pm @
Deadline 1/28/05. EOE 3076 95th Dr. Live Oak, FL
Clerical/Industrial E.O.E.
INDUSTRIAL/CLERICAL Mechanic w/diesel engine and
$ B APPOINTMENT NEEDED hydraulic experience needed AVAILABLE
(386) 755-1991 Full time position with excellent WAL-STAF PERSONNEL
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REQUIRED 1 1th St. or call (386) 362-1235. REQ.
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First Day First Day Ft education ops
Member Service Representative Service Aide full/part time. Assist FirSt Day A
Suwannee River Federal individuals with physical and TEMPORARY ROAD
Credit Union developmental disabilities; flexible MAINTENANCE WORKER I j;
has an opening for a Member- schedule, trains people in activities
Service Representative position of daily living in the community. One The Suwannee County Public gFlw op a re
working in the Jasper and Live Oak year experience medical, psychiatric, Works. Department is currently !
offices. Cash handling/teller nursing, child care or working with recruiting for two temporary Road
experience and computer experience persons with developmental Maintenance Worker I positions.
is a must. Applications can be disabilities. Good driving record, Responsibilities include but are not o r o m e s co
obtained at the Live Oak office background screenings. limited to performing manual f '
located at 203 Pinewood Way and ADA/EOE/Drug free. Apply at: and/or semi-skilled labor as
Jasper office at 102 Central Avenue COMPREHENSIVE COMMUNITY directed by supervisor. May encing physical or
NW. Deadline for applications is SERVICES perform minor repairs/adjustments p
January 24, 2005. 506 S. Ohio Ave. or maintenance on equipment.- behavioral prob-.
YSIAL TERAST Live Oak, FL These.positions will primarily work lems, or children .
u/Part time Flex Hrs.- in the Live Oak area. Qualifications whose extra-curricu- .
FullPart time UFlex. Hrs. include one year of manual labor
competitive Salary- Pai Stable hand/trail guide rider experience and education lar activities or fam-
EU/Licensure. Send resumes t position open at equivalent to a partial high school ily situation make
ore than words' PEDIATRI Spirit of the Suwannee Stables. education. Must possess a valid attending daily
HERAPY ASSO, INC. fax 229 Experience necessary. Must have Florida Divers License. Rate of
44-4244 or call 229-244-4545 reliable transportation and great pay is $7.29 per hour. Interested classroom instruc-.
horse/people skills, available to applicants are required to submit a tion difficult.
PC Support Spec. work weekends. Apply in person @ County application .to the Do you want
COMMUNITY COLLEGE MUSIC PARK Department, 224 Pine Avenue, to?
3076 95th Dr. Live Oak, Florida 32064, (386) Homeschooling'
PC SUPPORT SPECIALIST, North Live Oak, FI 32060 362-6869 no later than 5:00 p.m. takes between 2 1/2
Florida Community College, (North on Hwy. 129) E.O.E. January 28, 2005. All applicants o h r a
Madison, FL. Assist manager in are subject to a pre-employment to 5 hours a day.
planning, design, installation, STOCKING/INVENTORY physical and drug test. Successful home-
implementation, .operation and POSITIONS AVAILABLE EEO/AA/V/D schooling families.
maintenance of all facets of CALL FOR APPT. structure their days
computer networking including (386) 755-1991 First Day around their lessons
hardware,' software and WAL-STAF PERSONNEL Day ,.around their lessons.
infrastructure. Must also be willing DRUGSCREEN/BACKGROUND rr oBy creating a
to serve on college committees REQ. Full time position in busy real estate school "
and participate in college and office in Mayo. Must have excellent room with
departmental activities. Associate First Day computer skills with emphasis on in the e home, fami-
degree (preferred), plus six (6) Windws, Word and Excel withy es-
months related paid experience. Tax Preparers experience in general office duties. tblish n ly s
Only complete applications will be III EARN EXTRA MONEYIII Send resume to: PO Box 268, Mayo, tgbl an atmos-
considered. Complete application JACKSON HEWITT FL 32066 here for learning.
packet requires cover letter, LIVE OAK & JASPER OFFICES In addition to find- .
resume and application. Mail to now hiring experienced tax First Day ing that educational
Director of HR, NFCC, 1000 Turner preparers. ag
Davis Drive, Madison, FL,-32340 or (386) 362-1633 WAYNE FRIER opportunities
email to HR-Dept@nfcc.edu. 945 N. Ohio Ave. CORPORATE OFFICE abound -- practicing
Application and complete job Live Oak, FL 32064 in imath at the store,
description available at in Live Oak, FL.is seeking a mature math at the stores
www.nfcc.edu. Deadline 1/21/2005. individual to fill multi-task position. discussing science
EOE Background in Banking, Finance or cce ts while
EOE Sales Mortgage Lending helpful.. Call concepts while
WALT'S LIVE OAK Larry J. Olds at 386-362-2720. walking in the
LIVE OAK AREA lies enjoy the free-
FAX RESUMES Looking for Experienced .e I dom to pursue other ;
(386) 755-7911 Sales People ere ts
WAL-STAF PERSONNEL or Right People with no Experience Parents face more choices helps children reach their interests, including
DRUGSCREEN/BACKGRD WillTrain TRANSPORTATION than ever when determining full potential," said Jean C. travel, performance, athlet-
*UpTo35% Commissions AutosforSale how best to educate their Halle, president of Calvert ics.
First Day Demo Program for Sales children. School's distance-learning Are you qualified
SPeople FOR SALE 1994 Che Lumina to ta ich?'
Truck Drivers Health insurance Runs good. Good tires. $100.00 A century ago, parents had operations. Since parents are to teach?
PROFESSIONAL DRIVERS GreatWork Envronment\ firm. Call 386-362-6479. few educational options. not professional teachers, Home teachers come from
$1000.00 New Hire Bonus for Paid 3% on F&I Then, in 1906, Virgil Hillyer, Calvert provides them with all walks of life and educa-
experienced driversG Call about dry *PaId Salary During Taining First Day a Harvard University-trained daily, step-by-step lesson tion levels. A curriculum
bulk and flat bed positions @ our Please all BobbyCogswell FOR SALE '98 Ford Contour SE scholar and head master of plans, textbooks, workbooks prepared specifically for
atse call Bobby Cogswel Sport 4dr. Low mi., good condition, Calvert School, a private and supplies as well as acad- homeschoolers with detailed
clean, well maintained,good tires.
AC/AM/FM/CD/power everything. school in Maryland, gave emic support. lesson plans, incorporating
MS BAsking $4000. 386-842-2006 parents a new choice: a for- Homeschooling appeals to activities, assignments, and
days/eves. mal elementary school cur- people from various educa- discussion questions, helps ,
l -~'R MORE ehe ooR,- TAKE OVER PAYMNTS o 0 riculum they could use t$4 tion leve ls.. Calve r Shools make sure yo ac a
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THANYOU' But you'll fill up with more DVD, leather, sunroof, skid control, eole all oer the o aot erct quence.
Cash, when you sell the old set XM satellite radio, 38 MPG. Call 386- Soon, people all over the 2004, found about 19 percent quence..
TO, whee, or other items, 362-1734 ext. r 37. United States, especially in of homeschooling parents What do you teach?
through the Classifieds. Trucks for Sale remote areas, as well as did not graduate from high Finding age-appropriate.
those living abroad, flocked school; 45 percent took some textbooks, workbooks, and '
AUTO SPECIAL First Day to use lessons based on college courses; and the oth- other materials can be time-
SFOR SALE 2002 Ford Ranger. classroom instruction at er 36 percent graduated from consuming and complicated..
e$10,50.00. condition. Can b Calvert School. college. e Although some families
4 Lines for 1 Month seen @ 122W. Duval, Live Oakl. ...
Across from bread store. Call for Almost a century later, The income level of home- gather their own lessons,
SWas more info 386-362-7084. homeschooling continues to schooling families also many families opt for a com-
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as Vans for Sale flourish, even as newer edu- varies. Sixty-three percent of plete curriculum to ensure
national options have homeschoolers earn less than there are no gaps in their
Call to plac your CITY n! CFOR SALE 1996 Dodge Converted
CallVtoplace youra ow Mige. $,000.0 OO. emerged. A recent Calvert $60,000 in household in- child's education. Relying '
SMarketplace Must sell Call 305-338-8990 or School study found more come annually. Another 21 on educational professionals
leave msg. @ 386-330-0355. than 1.8 million school-age percent earn between to find the best educational
386-362-1734 or 800-525-4182 children in the United States $60,000 and $90,000 annual- materials and guide your in-
MotorcyleS are educated in their homes, ly, and about 16 percent of struction maximizes your
First Day an increase of 38 percent homeschooling families earn teaching time -- and gives
S IT EFOR SALE 2004 50cc GY dirt since 2002. more than $90,000 a year. you the peace of mind that
bike. Disk brakes, electric start, 4- "What makes homeschool- The majority (85 percent) of comes when your child ex-
speed trans. Like new. $800.00. Call ing so appealing is its afford- homeschooling families cels.
386-362-4491. ability coupled with how it spend less than $900 a year What grade is right? '
on homeschooling, Calvert Selecting the right grade is
School research found. critical. Completing a pre- il,
SAt JAN 22 at 10 a.m Calvert School suggests enrollment assessment and :
J. parents ask the following six working closely with a cur- ,'-
10891 S. U.S. 441, LAKE CITY, FL questions to determine if riculum provider's educa-
LOCATION: GO 10 MiLES SOUTH OF LAKE CITY ON U.S. 441 TO SALE SITE homeschooling is right for tional experts for sugges-
Stheir family, tions accelerated or remedial i. .
LOOK FOR SIGNS Would one-on-one work, when necessary, helps ,
PA RT L LISTING instruction help guarantee your child's suc-
PARTIAL LISTING ,- your child? cess in homeschooling.
FARM EQUIPMENTI 2 FORD TRACTORS (1000 MODEL & 5600 One-on-one instruction, Are there state
MODEL), WOODS, BUSHHOG, RHINO MOWER DECK, LONG when delivered in a com- requirements? ,
ROLLER DISC, COMB RAKE, DRAG BUCKET, DRAG BLADE, plete program offering Homeschooling is legal
CROSLEY 16' FLAT BED TRAILER .... .w 4 Onno aunltk placement assistance and throughout the United States, C
S." academic support, helps although state regulations dif- *f
VEHICLES: 1983 FORD F250 DIESEL PICK-UP, 1983 20' iafayette County Rescue is seeking a Full-time many children to excel acad- fer. Most states require fami- ,
BAYLINER BOAT W/INBOARD MOTOR & TRAILER emically. Homeschooling lies to keep records, and some
LEMT-Basic or Paramedic (either may apply). provides an alternative when curriculum providers offer
TOOLS & SHOP EQUIPMENT: SNAP-ON 15 DRAWER Benefits include medical, dental, vacation, sick & FRS options. the traditional academic set- accredited programs that
ROLLING CABINET W/SIDE CABINET, CRAFTSMAN TOOL Safe driving record required. ting is not ideal. Home- meet state standards for
CABINETS & CHESTS, KENNEDY MACHINISTS BOX, SNAP- Applicants must hold a current Florida certification. schooling also supports the homesohooling. Contact the
ON TOOLS, CRAFTSMAN TOOLS,;:AIR TOOLS; 80 GAL. AIR Serious inquiries mayapply at the office of John Bell, Mon-Fri unique educational needs of state or local board of educa-
COMPRESSOR, DRILL PRESS, FLOOR JACKS, JACK STANDS, from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. or may drop off an application at children who are academi-
VIKING 60,000# SHOP PRESS, GRINDERS, VISES, POWER the LCEMS station from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. 7 days a week. chally advanced or in need of visitdren who are academi- the Homore infShool Legalrmation or
TOOLS, HAND TOOLS, TIRE CHANGER, MOTOR STANDS, Deadline to apply for the position will be January 22, 2005. remediation, those experi- Defense Association at :L
LADDERS, LAWNMOWERS, TABLE SAWS, 4 TON CHAIN www.hslda.org or call them at
MUCH MORE. OPERATOri What will it cot? .
SO CTRAINING FOR Homeschooling's costs are
A MUST SALE. ATTENTION TECHNICIANS programs cost less than
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New laser makes kids' trip to the dentist less of a pain
he first describes the laser to sive medical treatments.
his younger patients by "Because the Waterlase
telling them that it's a laser, doesn't make much noise
"like in the movies." Hethen and doesn't cause .any pain,
sprays his arm with the laser, my patients say a visit to the
so the kids can understand dentist is now closer to a vis-
that it's just water. Then, he it to the spa. They just lay in
sprays the child's wrist to the chair and relax," says
show them that it doesn't Jesse.
hurt at all. "This demonstra- Dr. Louis Malcmacher, of
tion makes kids really com- Bay Village, Ohio, an inter-
fortable having their mouth national lecturer on dental
worked on. They know that practice management, says
I'm just using water and that "the laser is also a key tool
it didn't hurt their arm so it in preventative dental care,
won't hurt in their mouth," Much of the dental work we
he says. see being performed on
Children also respond well adults today is a result of
to the laser's gentle pulsing work done when they were
sound, which is much differ- kids. It's not that the dental
ent than the high-pitched work was bad, but the trau-
screeching sound made by' ma caused by drills de-
the conventional dental drill. stroyed large portions of the
The fact that the Waterlase healthy tooth. In my ow
doesn't create the uncom- practice I find the laser is s
portable vibrations that pa- precise, it actually helps p
tients feel with the drill also ect the patient's tooth from
helps alleviate the nervous-:. problems that lead to rooti
ness often felt by childrene.. .' e canals, crowns and other ex'-
"This technology offers> teniive dental work do "
my patients the ability to be the line."
more comfortable in the den- With its laser precisi
Dr. Cory Evans, a Salt Lake City dentist who uses the Waterlase and 11-year old patient Eric Tsuchida. Eric had a cavity repaired with tal chair having procedures th Waterlh ase MD taret
the laser on Thursday, December 16, 2004, in Dr. Evans' office performed. They experience diecti.srnallt area of
For many kids, going to a Colton, Calif. dentist and surgeries using only the Wa- son had a completely differ- less anxiety and the dental mouth. So, when a den !
the dentist is as scary as that instructor at the Loma Linda terlase's combination of wa- ent dental experience with work even becomes a 'pleas-' cuts a patient's hard tiss
imaginary monster under the University School of Den- ter and laser -- no anesthesia the Waterlase than I had ant experience. There s less such as bone or teeth, or s
bed. Dentists, knowing this, tistry in Loma Linda, Calif. is needed in most cases. The when I was a child." trauma to the patient and less tissue, such as gums, it ei
have been. trying to ease "I now use a water energized Waterlase MD is the most Often the first thought a trauma to the tooth. And, ...is minimal or no damage
children's dentistry fears for laser on my patients, the significant advancement to parent has about taking their they don't have to worry sr rpundingtissue. This s
years" Some dentists "dole most advanced dental tool modem dentistry in over 50 child to the dentist is their about having their face numb, rounding tissue damage
out free perici's arid costume available today. In most cas- -years. own nervous recollections of from the- anesthesia," says typically been the culprit
jewelry. Others paint fun zoo es, the laser replaces the While adults certainly en- a shrieking drill and the Jesse. b~in.d a dentist having
animal-filled scenes on need for a shot of Novocain joy the benefits of the laser, sting of a Novocain shot. Before the Waterlase, the' numb a patient's mouth
wall' and install televisions and the traditional dental children may benefit the The last thing they want to most innovative recent ad- fore treatment, and the
playing children's movies. drill. One of my patients, most from this technology do is put their child through vancement in dentistry was tient experiencing pain and
But, so far, no free gadget or who doesn't respond to since kids often fear going to the same painful experience. 50 years ago with the advent sometimes long recoveries
innovation has had the po- anesthesia, actually started the dentist because of pain But with the Waterlase MD, of the power drill. Biolase after procedures.
tential to fully cure kics' clapping after the procedure associated with previous vis- Jesse says patients have an CEO Robert Grant says that Additionally, the Watre.
(and even. parents') fears of was completed. She said it its. "A visit to the dentist can option for pain-free den- 50 years is too long for pa- lase reduces the possibly
going to the dentist. Until: didn't hurt a bit -- and that's be stressful, especially for tistry. "I use the Waterlase tients to go without a major of micro fractures, or tiny
now, says one California without any anesthesia." kids. But with the laser, Dr. on all of my patients, but it's dentistry breakthrough, cracks, in the patient's tooth,
dentist whose practice in- The laser Jesse is referring Jesse is able to make the ex- especially great for kids be- which is why it's so impor- unlike the traditional drill
eludes patients from 12 to is the Waterlase MD, the perience much more posi- cause they don't have to get tant that the Waterlase MD is dentists use today. Micri
months of age to age 100. latest pain-free dentistry de- tive," says Kristine Hunt, a a shot and they don't have to ushering in the next genera- fractures can result in future-
"I have had patients, my vice developed by San mother from Lemon Grove, worry about biting numbed tion of dentistry. cavities and weakening .,af
own daughter included, who Clemente, California's Bio- Calif.,' whose nine-year old lips," he says. "There is obviously a need ,tooth structure as well as id-
don't respond positively to lase KT:Hirolgy.- 'This' tech-'- s'oi -tecently--hail a cavity Waterlase dentists often to upgrade the dental care fections in patients' teetdi
any kind of anesthesia. For nology allows patients, of filled using the Waterlase. educate their child patients available -to,, American pa- months or even years after
them, having dental work most any age, to undergo "No one really loves going by explaining to the kids tients," .says Grant. "The the cracks first occur.
done is a horrible experi- cavity preparation, root to the dentist, but this tool how the cavity will be feedback we're getting from The Waterlase MD em-
ence," says Dr. James Jesse, canals and even some mouth makes it much easier. My "sprayed away." Jesse says dentists across the country in ploys the latest in modem
support of the Waterlase is technology, including a de-
phenomenal. This technolo- sign that contains materials
Sgy is changing their patients' and technology used by Mer-
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