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The Frostproof news
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Title: The Frostproof news
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Alfred H. Mellor
Place of Publication: Frostproof Polk County Fla
Creation Date: March 23, 2006
Publication Date: 1961-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Frostproof (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Polk County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Polk -- Frostproof
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 46, no. 44 (Jan. 6, 1961)-
General Note: Publisher: J. David Fleming, <1977>; Diana Eichlin, <1988>.
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Thursday, March 23, 2006 Vol. 91 No. 40 Frostproof's Hometown Newspaper for More Than 85 Years 50 cents

At a glance

City Council
plans meetings
The next Regular City Coun-
cil Meeting will be held Mon-
day, April 3, at6 p.m.
The City would also like to
remind everyone, the City
Council Public Meetings are
held the first and third Monday
of the month.
Frostproof City Hall is locat-
ed at 111 First Street. For more
information call 635-7855.
Project Graduation
plans barbecue
The FHS Project Graduation
Committee will host a barbe-
cue dinner Saturday, April 8 at
The Depot from 11 a.m. until
3.p.m. Dinners cost $7 and
include barbecue ribs, beans,
cole slaw, roll, dessert and
drink. Come enjoy live music,
O'Hara's Antique Car Show,
Silent Auction and much more.
For more information call 635-
Quilts displayed
at Art Gallery
The Frostproof Art Gallery
Annual Quilt show is now on
display. View quilts made in the
30's to the present. The League
members and friends have
filled the Gallery with quilts
they or their ancestors have
made. The quilts will be on dis-
play until March 31.
The Gallery is located next
to Citizens Bank in downtown
Frostproof and is open from 10
a.m. until 3 p.m., Tuesday thru
Friday For more information
call 863635 2728.
Chamber post
new hours
The Frostproof Area Cham-
ber of Commrinerce announces ....
new hours ar.d the appoint-,
ment of their new stall mem-
ber Office Coordinator Nancy
Patton. The Chamber is now
open from 10:a.m. until 12
noon and 2 p.m. until 4 p.m.
Monday through Friday. For
more inlforrabion call 863-635-
91 12.
1996 FHS
graduates sought
FHS Class of '96 is planning
their 10 year reunion for this
sear. If you or anyone you
know\ \\ ere a graduate in 1996,
Please contact Becky Donadio
at 863-635-4839. Cell phone-
863-207-0630. Or e-mail at
bdonadioiyvahoo com.
Relay for Life
sells luminaries
Do you have a loved one-
who has survived cancer?
Would you like to honor
him her What about those lost
to cancer? What a great way to
remember your loved one
through a luminaria at the
Frostproof Relay for Life. This
years Relay will be held on April
7 and April 8. If you would like
to order a luminaria for your
S loved one contact any commit-
tee member or call Sandy Sack-
ett at 635-5456.
Gallery offers
watercolor class
A new watercolor class is
being added at the Frostproof
Art Gallery.
Cathy Futral %\ill be teaching
approaches to landscape and
architecture perspective. The
classes \\ill meet for three
weeks on Thursday evenings,
beginning on Apnil 6. Class
times are 6 to 8:30 p.m.
For more information, or to .
register, call the Frostproof Art
Gallery at 635 2728.


Classifieds ..........7-8
Obituaries ......... .3
See Page 2 for information about
how to contact the newspaper.

Community Links. Individual Voices.

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FMSHS Yearbook jeopardized

For the first time in the FHS
school history, the yearbook may
not make budget. Although the
all-student staff has produced the
pages, books and advertising
space have not been purchased.
To produce the Frostproof
Middle Senior High School, the
yearbook staff must raise a mini-
mum of $22,000 in advertising
and book sales, with $18,000 as
the initial deposit to begin pro-
duction. At this point, the year-
book staff needs $7000 to pay the

remainder of the deposit, and a
grand total of $11,000 to pay for
the entire book.
Each year, the yearbook staff
places a tentative order for 300
yearbooks, with a final book
count reported to the publisher
at the end of March. To date, only
140 yearbooks have been pur-
chased. Even at the minimum of
300 yearbooks, FMSHS is not sell-
ing nearly what other schools of
similar size sell. As the yearbook
is a non-profit publication, there

is no money being made off the
sale of books. In fact, based on
the publication costs, each year-
book in 'that 300-book order
should cost $70. With the 140
yearbooks sold, each yearbook
should cost $160. During this
year's sale, yearbooks averaged
$50. Raising the price may be the
financially responsible thing to
do, but in an area such as Frost-
proof, should a yearbook cost
$80 to $100 like in other schools?
Normally, the cost of a yearbook

Student News: FHS Seniors bounce faculty 79-73

is offset by the purchase of adver-
tising and personal space. How-
ever, advertising sales have been
increasingly difficult to obtain
and are drastically down this
year. For whatever the reason,
businesses in the community are
not buying advertising space to
support the high school year-
The yearbook staff has done a
wonderful job producing pages.
In fact, they have surpassed the
first Herff-Jones deadline by

nearly 50 pages. The staff of 12
young ladies has done an amaz-
ing job. They have made posters,
reminder cards, and phone calls.
They have visited businesses and
distributed yearbook order
forms. At this point, if the year-
book does not sell and advertis-
ing/personal space is not pur-
chased, then the 2006 Yearbook
may not make budget.
The 2006 Yearbook is tenta-
See Yearbook Page 2

BPWC to host

The Babsor Park Woman's
Club is sponsoring a Las Vegas
style 'Casino Night' on Satur-
day, March 25 from 7 p.m. to
midnight. The casino will offer
many favorites including
Texas Hold'em, Black Jack,
Craps, Bingo and Roulette.
Prizes will be awarded to the,
top winners. Also during the
evening there will be a Silent
Auction and a raffle with great
prizes. For a donation of $15
(or $25 for 2 people) each

Frosrproof Nrews,'Cindy Monk
FHS senior students celebrate the sweet taste of victory after winning the basketball
game against several faculty members Friday, March 17. Pictured are; back row-
Lyquiesha Simon, Derrick McMahon, Telia Boatwright, Chaquita Johnson, Clifton "C.C."
Crawford and John Otto. Middle row-Cody Banks. Nicki Allen. Jay Gilden, Stephanie
Henry, Samantha Smith, Richelle Wilkinson. Inokel Jean.. Joe Ocasio and Michael Blah-
nik. Front row-Coach James Nicholson, Maria Moreno, Jon Saunders, Ryan Donaldson
and Erica Baldwin.

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guest will receive $1000 in
play money.
The Babson Park Woman's
Club is located across from
Webber International Univer-
sity at 1300 N..Scenic High-
way. The club uses this
fundraiser to help restore and
repair their 72 year old historic
building. Come in your casual
clothes, BYOB (set-ups are
provided) and get ready for a
fun-filled evening! For more
info call 863-638-1621.


Many elementary schools
have designated the week of
April 10 for their 'Kindergarten
Round-ups' with special days,
times or evening hours to
enroll new students. Please
contact individual schools for
Kindergarten Round-up
schedules. Schools can also
tell you about required proof
of age, medical and residency
documentation needed .for
enrollment. Students entering
kindergarten must be 5-years-
old on or before Sept. 1; 2006.
To learn which school a
child is zoned to attend for
kindergarten, call the school
district's Office of Pupil
Accounting at (863) 534-0716.
STo enroll a new kinder-
garten student, parents or
guardians must present the
following: legal proof of age
(i.e. a certified copy of a birth
certificate, baptismal certifi-

cate or passport); a current
physical exam dated within
the last 12 months and a cer-
tificate of immunization
(Florida Department of Health
form 680) showing all shots
,including 2nd MMR, hepatitis
B series and varicella.
SProofs of residency from
two different categories are
also required:
Category 1 mortgage doc-
ument, property tax record,
:home or apartment lease
Category 2- current utility
bill (electric, gas, phone,
water, cable); Category 3 -
current voter registration doc-
Category 4 proof of cur-
rent government benefits
(Medicare, disability, food
stamps. HRS correspon-


ii s nou wnener you win or lose us now you play me game.
The FMSHS Faculty played hard against the high school
seniors at the Senior /Faculty Basketball Game held -Fri-
day, March 17. Still standing and smiling after falling short
of the win is FMSHS Faculty members; James Whitaker,
Ben Braaten, Steve Gause, David Loomis, Kyle Windham,
Gilberto Castillo, Lynn Windham and Rachel Nicholson.
Not pictured team member George Wrye.

By Cindy Monk
Several members of the FHS
senior clss :look to the basketball
court Friday, March 17 to over
power the FHS faculty 79-73. The
game \ as close \ith just a three
to Iour point lead that flipped
flopped in the first quarter.
The spectators were enter-
tained at hall-time by FHS faculty
members Kay Neely, Teresa
Lewis and Lynn Windham with
their portrayal of Martha and the
\andellas singing the 1964 hit
song 'Dancing In The Street'.
Excellent job, Ladies!
In the second quarter the
seniors had gained as much as
a 14 point lead over the faculty.
With determination the faculty
closed the margin, but fell short
by six points giving the seniors
the victory.

County announces Poster Contest
Ever hear of the Traffic Jam receive a personalized street lies safely and effectively.
SHero? Rex, the Recycling Hero? sign with their name imprinted Departments that will be on
Ryder, the Bus Driver" Larry, on it, Second Place Winners display during the celebration
the Landfill Operator? Or Zap- will receive a trophy and third and some jobs they perform
per the Mosquito Control place winners will receive a include:
Hero? These are just a few of medal. Students will be invited Traffic Engineering keep-
the Public Works Heroes that to appear before the Polk ing traffic lights working, make
come to mind when children County Board of County Com- and putuptrafficsigns
think of how things getdoie in missioners to receive their Roadway Maintenance -
the county. They have names awards and be recognized. Fixing pot holes, mowing grass
but no faces. The ceremonywill be televised along the roads
The various departments of on Polk County's PGTV station, Natural Resources Lake
Polk County that handle every Bright House channel 19 and water management, mosquito
day public works are asking Comcast channel 33 in May. control
kids to draw a picture of what Mail the entries to Public Long-Range Planning -
they think some of these every-. Works Week Poster Contest, planning land use for future
day heroes might .look like. Polk Transportation Planning growth
This contest is open to all chil- Organization, Drawer TS05, Transportation Planning -
dren living in Polk County P.O. Box 9005, Bartow, FL planning transportation for
grades 3 through 12. Children 33831-9005. Entries must be future growth
and teens may use any type of received by May 1, 2005. Solid Waste recycling,
medium to create the posters, Posters will not be returned garbage pickup, waste dispos-
such as paint, markers, unless accompanied by a self- al
crayons, pen arid ink, pencil, addressed, stamped envelope. Transit Services Winter

photography etc.
The entries must be on an 8
V'/2 x 11 inch paper with the
artists' name, age, grade,
school name and a contact
phone number printed legibly
on the back. First, second and
third place awards will be.
given. First Place winners will

The winning posters will be
displayed at the Eagle Ridge
Mall in Lake Wales on May 27
and 28 during the Polk County
Public Works Week Celebra-
tion. This celebration showcas-
es the latest technologies and
innovations that help public
works support our communi-

Haven Area Transit bus,
Leisure Services main-
tains county parks, Polk Muse-
um, Historical Library and
organizes recreation programs
Utilities water and sewer
meter readers
See Contest Page 2

Submitted to Frostproof News/Jan Johnson
Last years First place poster winner was Kathryn Walker from
Kathleen Senior High School, with Zapper the Mosquito Con-
trol Super Hero.

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The Frostproof News, Thursday, March 23,2006

FHS Seniors prevail in basketball game against -

Frostproof News/Cindy Monk
FMS Math teacher George Wrye was doing a great job
blocking FHS senior C.C. Crawford at last Friday's (3/17)
Senior/Faculty Basketball Game. Coach Steve Gause in
the background was ready to assist George if needed.

FHS Coach Gilberto Castillo tries to pass the basketball to
faculty/team member Lynn Windham (far right) while sev-
eral senior students (Ryan Donaldson, Mike Blahnik,
Richelle Wilkinson, and Samantha Smith) move in to recov-
er the ball at the Senior/Faculty Basketball Game held
March 17, 2006.


Continued From Page 1
tively titled Under Construction,
referring to the physical construc-
tion and metaphorically to the
changes this year.
Ben Hill Griffin Jr. Elementary
lost their yearbook a couple of
years ago for the same reason.
As a result of decreased book
and advertising sales:
The school administrators
and yearbook staff is extending
the sale date to April 21, 2006 as
well as offering personal space to
any student or family of a student
at Frostproof Middle Senior High
School at a discounted rate. This
is a wonderful opportunity to
honor a student or group of stu-
dents with special messages, con-


Continued From Page 1
Neighborhood Services -
oversees neighborhood pro-
grams such as Neighborhood
Watch, Keep Polk County Beauti-
ful and much more
Communications PGTV,
Public Relations, legislative lob-
bying, public education
County Engineer flood
management, development
plans review, building inspec-
Transportation Engineering
-designing roads & sidewalks,
construction of roads

How to avoid Penalties

gratulations, or celebrations in the
The year book staff is asking,
businesses and organizations in
the community to reconsider pur-
chasing advertising space.
The yearbook staff is asking for
help and is encouraging students,
parents, faculty and area busi-
nesses to purchase a yearbook.
Years from now, kids will want to
see what life was like in 2005-06;
students will want to have more
than just their memories, and par-
ents will want to remember their
children as "children."
This is a student publication,
and with all that it entails, it will
never be perfect, but it should
exist. In a community like Frost-
proof, where tradition is so
strongly ingrained, the yearbook
should not fade from existence.

Fleet Management pro-
vides maintenance on all county
vehicles, trucks, dirt movers and
other exotic road machinery.
Emergency Management -
emergency medical services
Fire Services Fire preven-
tion education and firemen
Citizens should plan on visit-
ing the booths and learning how
Polk County is the County of
Choice in so many different
ways. For more information
about the contest please call Jan
Johnson, Communications Spe-
cialist at 863- 534-6005 or email
her at janjohnson@polk-coun-

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There was dancing and singing on the basketball court at
FMSHS last Friday night (3/17/06) as FHS faculty members
Kay Neely, Teresa Lewis and Lynn Windham gave their ren-
dition of Martha and the Vandellas performing 'Dancing In
The Street'.

Down but not out of the FHS Senior/ Faculty Basketball
Game is James Whitaker as FHS senior Inokel Jean lent a
helping hand to his worthy opponent.

FHS senior student Mike Blahnik and,Dean of Students
James Whitaker face-off on the basketball court with the
seniors prevailing 79-73.

Behind the tough intimidat-
ing look Jon Saunders is giv-
ing is a mild mannered gen-
tleman. Jon was caught by
the camera during the half-
time at FHS Senior /Faculty
Basketball Game held last
Friday (3/17).

No one needed to ask FHS
senior Jay Gilden if he was
having a good time at the
Senior /Faculty Basketball
Game held Friday, March
17 his smile says it all.

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Variance Requested by:
201 S. Scenic Hwy.
Frostproof, FL 33843

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Variance Request has
been received by the above party to allow the construction
of a 5x7 storage shed in the rear of Hungry Howies. Section
606(G) of the City of Frostproof Land Development Code,
Offset Parking, requires 3.5 parking spaces and 1 handicap
parking space per 1,000 sq. ft. of building. The approval of
the variance would eliminate a parking space.

The Board of Zoning Appeals will hear said Variance
Request on Monday, April 3, 2006, at 6:00 P.M. at the
Frostproof City Hall, Council Chambers, 111 West First
Street, Frostproof, FL 33843.

/s/Keith M. Strickland
Frostproof Building Department

Frostproof News

Our Purpose...
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dividends are paid, the company is able to thrive on profit margins below
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Amendment of the U S. Constitution, and support of the community's deliber-
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decisions about public issues
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fairness objectivity, fearlessness
and compassion
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late community debate, not to
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iriere.s or potential conflicts to our
* To correcl our errors and to give
each correction to the prominence
iI deserves
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we write about
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respect and compassion.

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The Frostproof News, Thursday, March 23, 2006

Historical Society Annual update Obituary

Clifford Bradley, secretary,
read the minutes for the 2005
annual meeting. Anne Dickinson,
treasurer, gave her 2005 report.
Yearly dues of $10 were collected
during the meeting. Others
mailed theirs to P.O. Box 597
Frostproof, FL. Some members
choose to pay $100 for a lifetime
The 2006 Slate of Officers was
presented by Bonnie Smith. The
following officers were elected:
Larry Blackwelder as President,
First and Second Vice Presidents
Mary Miller and Florrie Graham
and April Felt, Clifford Bradley, Sec-

Choices in


The National Alliance for the
Mentally Ill of Polk County (NAMI)
will hold a free luncheon seminar
in Winter Haven on the topic
"Choices in Recovery" on March
29. This program is appropriate
for people with schizophrenia,
their family members, caregivers
and friends. Healthcare profes-
sionals and mental health advo-
cates can also benefit from
attending the program. The guest
speaker will be Dr. Chaparala, a
board certified psychiatrist with
more than 25 years experience in
hospital and clinical settings, both
public and private. Dr. Chaparala
currently serves on the faculty at
the University of South Florida as
an assistant professor in psychia-
try and is the outpatient medical
director of a large community
mental health center in Braden-
The purpose of this education-
al program is to help participants
understand schizophrenia, its
treatment and how treatment can
lead to' achieving therapeutic
goals and recovery.
The program on March 29 will
be held at the Holiday Inn of Win-
ter Haven, A similar program will
be held in Lakeland during April.
For more details and to register
call the NAMI office at (863) 616-
9642. NAMI is a United Way

retary, Anne Dickinson, Treasure.
Bonnie Smith gave an update
on our museum computer. Addi-
tional software has been given to
and also purchased in 2005.
Shirley Richardson from the
Latt Maxey Memorial Library gave
a report on our museum rotating
exhibit in the library. The exhibit
is rotated monthly by April Felt
and Bonnie Smith.
June Felt, Museum Director,
gave a report on the special tours
(organizations and school classes,)
in 2005. Mrs. Felt also spent two
days at the Frostproof High School
giving the history of Frostproof and

the story of Pioneer Living.
We have four notebooks full of
copied Stephen W. Carson family
records given to the museum by
Dr. Russell Carson, grandson.
Russell was born in the Carson
Family Home on what is now
known Palmetto Ave.
A heartfelt "Thank you," was
given to all the wonderful muse-
um volunteers, Clifford Bradley,
Noreen Quested, Rena Mae Dice,
Wilma Greenwood, Alice Stone,
Margeery Simmons, MarthaBelle
Duncan, "Twink" Amerson, Sally
Coger, Bonnie Smith, Dot Willi-
ford, April Felt, Anne Dickinson. A

special thank you was given Mary
Miller and Florrie Graham for their
many hours working on museum
exhibits and files.
Everyone was treated to a
wonderful program by Royce
Godwin. His spoke of his WWII
experiences. One of the most
interesting accounts was his meet-
ing with a Frostproof High School
classmate in the middle of the
South Pacific Ocean. Royces' navy
uniforms and a notebook of pic-
tures and clippings during WWII
are on display at the museum
Following the program,
refreshments were served.

New student


Dale R. Fair Babson Park Ele-
mentary School is now accept-
ing student applications for the
2006-2007 school year. The
school is located at 815 N.
Scenic Highway in Babson Park.
Dale R. Fair Babson Park Ele-
mentary School is a conversion
charter school with high aca-
demic standards. Parents with
children who will be starting
kindergarten are strongly
encouraged to apply early. To
receive a copy of the student
application or for more informa-
tion please contact the main
office at 678-4664 or visit our
website at www.lwcharter-
htm. Applications will be
accepted now through April 28.

Buy, sell and
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Allen t entry
"Buddy" Killen
Allen Gentry "Buddy" Killen,
72, of Frostproof died Tuesday
March 14, 2006 at his residence.
He was born in Loretta, Tenn.,
on Feb. 21, 1934. He came to
Frostproof from Winter Haven 14
years ago. He was a truck driver
for Manning Citrus. He was a
Marine Corps veteran of the Viet-
nam War. He was of the Baptist

"Family Life" is so important
to a world in need of love.
Whether a home has two par-
ents, step-parents, or guardians,
know this, the family is always
first at Family Life Church. Join
us this week as we touch fami-
lies in Frostproof, Pastor Kelly
Galati said, inviting all who may
not have a regular place to wor-
The new church meets in the
cafeteria at Frostproof
Middle/Senior High School on
Sunday at 10 a.m.
Parking is in the front parking
lot and entrance is only through

the main front doors. Nursery
ages six months to two years,
and children's church ages five
to twelve along with pre-school
classes ages three to four are
held during the regular church
Youth Pastor Jason Brewner
invites all area youth to come
see what's new and exciting at
Family Life Church.
Come as you are. Bring a
prayer request and experience
God building the faith of His
people. For more information
please contact Pastor Kelly
Galati at 863 635-2704.

Church on the Ridge

plans Spring revival

Exciting things are always hap-
pening at First Assembly's Church
on the Ridge! The spring revival,
scheduled for March 24-26, is no
exception to this fact. Senior pas-
tors, Wayne & Jennifer Lee, are
excited to host special guest
speaker, Roosevelt Hunter, a close
friend and colleague of theirs.
Roosevelt is a dynamic, humor-
ous, powerful speaker with mes-
sages that pierce straight to the
heart of every listener. Together
with' his wife, Eileen, Roosevelt

ministers to people of all ages and
The revival services will be
held nightly at 7 p.m. with Sunday
morning services at 8:30 a.m. and
11 a.m.. Child care will be provid-
ed for children ages eleven (11)
and younger. We hope to see you
For more information, contact
First Assembly's Church on the
Ridge at (863) 635-2702 or visit us
at www.churchontheridge.com.

Survivors include his son, John
Killen of Frostproof; brothers,
James "Wayne" Killen of Auburn-
dale, and Jerry "Bill" Killen of
Bartow; sisters, Doris' Maze,
Wanda Jean Barnes and Betty
Mickey Nalker, all of Winter
Haven, and Mamie Sessions of
Bradenton; and several grandchil-
Marion Nelson Funeral Home
of Frostproof, Florida is in charge
of local arrangements.

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4 The Frostproof News, Thursday, March 23, 2006

Local students participate in annual Youth Fair

The 59th Annual Polk County
Youth Fair was held the week of
March 11 thru March 18 in Bar-
tow at the Livestock Pavilion
located on Highway 17 South.
The event began with a Horse
Show on Saturday and then the
other events followed on Mon-
day, March 13. The annual event
included a Swine Show, Steer
and Heifer Show, Consumer Sci-
ence Projects, Poultry, Rabbits, a
Bake-off, Table Setting competi-
tion and much more.
This years' Youth Fair consist-
ed of approximately 2200
exhibitors with over 3500
2006 Parade of Champions
Below the information is as
Exhibitor name,
Megan Adams
Ft. Meade Sr. FFA
Beef Breeding Show Grand
Champion English Breed Bull
Beef Breeding Show Grand
Champion Angus Bull
Herdsman Contest Beef
Breeding Department Individ-
Lake Wales Sr. FFA
Commercial Heifer Show -
Reserve Champion Yearling
Halley Barrett
Frostproof Middle FFA
Chili Cook off Contest Booth
Award 1st Place
Lora Bass
New Horizon 4-H
Dog Show Elementary Agili-
ty Jump 20 Senior- 1st Place
Karly Blocker
Ft. Meade Middle FFA
Livestock Judging Contest -
Junior FFA Overall High Point
Jessica Bolden
New Horizons 4-H
Family & Consumer Science -
Foods Department-Tri-Color
Amber Bowers
Frostproof Sr. FFA
Herdsman Contest Market
Steer Department -Group
Heather Brinson
Lake Wales FCCLA
Sew Off Contest Senior
Team 1st Place
Tanner Britt
McLaughlin Middle FFA
Poultry and Egg Judging FFA
Junior Team 1st Place Team
Hunter Carter
Frostproof Sr. FFA
Herdsman Contest Market.
Steer Department -Group
Erin Conklin
Lake Wales Sr. FFA,
.Commercial Heifer Show -
Senior Showmanship Contest -
1st Place
Brent Costello
Frostproof Sr. FFA
Market Hog Show Market
Hog Senior Showmanship Con-
test 1st Place
Devon Costello
Frostproof Middle FFA
Chili Cook off Contest Booth
Award- 1st Place
Preston Couley
Frostproof Middle FFA
Chili Cook off Contest Booth
Award 1st Place
New Horizons 4-H
Family & Consumer Science -
Foods Department- Tri-Color
Cynthia Falk
Frostproof Middle FFA
Rabbit Judging Contest -
Junior FFA Overall High Point
Chariti Feagle
New Horizons 4-H
Family & Consumer Science -
Cake- Tri-Color
Family & Consumer Science -
Table Setting and Menu Planning
Best Senior Holiday or Cele-
bration Entry
Ben Flood
Frostproof Sr. FFA
Herdsman Contest Market
Steer Department -Group
Kathryn Flood
New Horizon 4-H
Family & Consumer Science -
Table Setting and Menu Planning

Frostproof News/Cindy Monk
Cynthia Falk of Frostproof
Middle School FFA is all
smiles as she shows her hog
at the Polk County Youth
Best Elementary Holiday or
Celebration Entry
Kevin Garrison
McLaughlin Middle FFA
Rabbit Judging Contest FFA
Junior Team 1st Place Team
Jacob Hall
New Horizons 4-H
Family & Consumer Science -
Foods Department- Tri-Color
Commercial Heifer Show -
Reserve Champion 2 Yr. Old
Commercial Heifer Show -
Overall Reserve Grand Champi-
on Commercial Heifer
Horticulture Division Citrus
Department Reserve Champi-
on Citrus Tree
Jessica Hall
Frostproof High FFA
Family & Consumer Science -
Food Preservation Department -
Herdsman Contest Market
Steer Department -Group
Ambria Hemandez
Frostproof Sr. FFA,
Herdsman Contest Market
Steer Department -Group
Hallie Hierlihy
Ft. Meade Community 4-H
Horsemanship Show Eng-
lish Equitation Junior 1st
Horsemanship Show Eng-
lish Pleasure Junior 1st Place
Preston Hill
McLaughlin Middle FFA
Poultry and Egg Judging FFA
Junior Team 1st Place Team
Kalani Hutto
Frostproof Middle FFA
Family &8Constmeir Science -
Table Setting\and Menu Planning
Best Junior Informal Outdoor
Trey Jaques III
Frostproof Sr. FFA .
Herdsman Contest Market
Steer Department -Group
Zack Jenkins
Frostproof Middle FFA
Family & Consumer Science -
Table Setting and Menu Planning
Best Junior Informal Indoor
Kalli Johnson
Lake Wales Sr. FFA
Chili Cook Off Contest Peo-
ple's Choice Award 1st Place
Kimberly Johnson
Lake Wales Sr. FFA
Poultry and Egg Show -
Showmanship Senior 1st
Kegan Kieffer
SMcLaughlin MiddleFFA
Poultry and Egg Judging FFA
Junior Team -1 st Place Team
New Horizons 4-H
Commercial Heifer Show -
Grand Champion Yearling
Commercial Heifer Show -
Junior Showmanship Contest -
1st Place
Family & Consumer Science -
Table Setting and Menu Planning
Best Junior Formal Entry
Kelly Koruschak
Lake Wales Sr. FFA "A"
Poultry and Egg Judging FFA
Senior Team -1st Place Team
Stephanie Lanier
Ft. Meade High School FFA
Family & Consumer Science -
Foods Department Tri-Color

Frostproof FFA student Kyle
Monk takes a break after his
hog won best in its Class.
Kyle also won Grand Cham-
pion Hereford Female at Polk
County Youth Fair.

Family & Consumer Science -
Cake Tri-Color
Market Steer Show Market
Steer Gain-In-Weight Contest -
1st Place/Tie
Lyndsey Lefstead
Lake Wales Sr. FFA
Chili Cook Off Contest Peo-
ple's Choice Award 1st Place
Kaylie Mancil
McLaughlin Middle FFA
Rabbit Judging Contest FFA
Junior Team 1st Place Team
Travis Manley
Lake Wales Sr. FFA
Whip Popping Contest -
Senior Division 1st Place Indi-
Holden Massey
McLaughlin Middle FFA
Poultry and Egg Show Best
Dozen White Eggs
Herdsman Contest Com-
mercial Heifer Department -
Hunter Massey
Greater Lake Wales 4-H
Herdsman Contest Com-
mercial Heifer Department -
Huston Massey II
Lake Wales Sr. FFA
Herdsman Contest Market
Steer Department Individual
Megan Maxwell
New Horizon 4-H
Family & Consumer Science -
Table Setting and Menu Planning
Best Elementary Formal Entry
Kayla McCauley
Lake Wales FCCLA.
Sew Off Contest Senior
Team 1st Place
Mariah McCullers
New Horizon 4-H
Family & Consumer Science -
Table Setting and Menu Planning
Best Elementary Informal
Indoor Entry
Scarlett McCullers
Frostproof FFA
Family & Consumer Science -
Home Furnishings Department -
Family & Consumer Science -
Table Setting and Menu Planning
Judge's Choice Senior
Ashlyn McKerahan
Ft. Meade Community 4-H
Family & Consumer Science -
Table Setting and Menu Planning
Most Creative Junior Entry
Lindsey McKerahan
Ft. Meade Community 4-H
Family & Consumer Science -
Cake Tri-Color
Emilyn Meeks
Frostproof Sr. FFA
Herdsman Contest Market
Steer Department -Group
Family & Consumer Science -
Table Setting and Menu Planning
Best Senior Formal Entry
Brittany Monk
Frostproof Middle FFA
Chili Cook off Contest Booth
Award 1st Place
Kyle Monk
Frostproof Sr. FFA
Beef Breeding Show Grand
Champion Hereford Female
Jenna Olinger
Ft. Meade Community 4-H

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having a bad hair day!

Lake Wales Sr. FFA
Chili Cook Off Contest Peo-
ple's Choice Award 1st Place
Ethan Walker
Frostproof Sr. FFA
Herdsman Contest Market
Hog Department Eagle Award
Herdsman Contest Market
Steer Department -Group
Lake Wales Sr. FFA
Commercial Heifer Show -

Grand Champion 2 Yr. Old
Commercial Heifer Show -
Overall Grand Champion Com-
mercial Heifer
Chad Williams
McLaughlin Middle FFA
Poultry and Egg Judging FFA
Junior Team- 1st Place Team
Harley Zoeckler
Frostproof Sr. FFA
Herdsman Contest Market
Steer Department -Group

Family & Consumer Science -
Table Setting and Menu Planning
Best Senior Outdoor Entry
Heather Pooser
Lake Wales Sr. FFA "A"
Poultry and Egg Judging FFA
Senior Team 1st Place Team
Leah Preston
Lake Wales Sr. FFA "A"
Poultry and Egg Judging FFA
Senior Team 1st Place Team
Kasie Robarts
Frostproof Sr. FFA
Herdsman Contest Market
Steer Department Group
Family & Consumer Science -
Table Setting and Menu Planning
Most Creative Senior Entry
Phillip Rucks, Jr.
New Horizons 4-H
Horticulture Division Citrus
Department- Tri-Color
Kirsten Scarborough
Frostproof Middle FFA
Beef Breeding Show Grand
Champion Continental Breed
Beef Breeding Show Grand
Champion Limousin Female
Ryan Scarborough
Frostproof Sr. FFA
Herdsman Contest Market
Steer Department -Group
Megan Schick
Lake Wales Sr. FFA
Beef Breeding Show Grand
Champion Hereford Bull
Diana Settle
Lake Wales Sr. FFA "A"
Poultry and Egg Judging FFA
Senior Team 1st Place Team
Hannah Sikes
Lake Wales Cracker Kids 4-H
Family & Consumer Science -
Table Setting and Menu Planning
Best Junior Holiday or Cele-
bration Entry
Julie Smith
McLaughlin Middle FFA
Rabbit Judging Contest FFA
Junior Team 1st Place
Caroline Stephens
Lake Wales Sr. FFA
Chili Cook Off Contest Peo-
ple's Choice Award- 1st Place
Zane Sullivan
Frostproof Sr. FFA
Herdsman Contest Market
Steer Department -Group
Erika Turnbull
McLaughlin Middle FFA
Rabbit Judging Contest FFA
Junior Team 1st Place Team

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The Frostproof News, Thursday, March 23, 2006

FMSHS students attend Polk County Youth Fair

Frostproof News/Cindy Monk .
Frostproof Middle FFA student Kirsten Scarborough won 1
two Grand Champion titles in the Beef Breeding Show, one
for the Grand Champion Continental Breed Female and the
second for Grand Champion Limousine Female at the Polk
County Youth Fair. FHS student and FFA member Br
First Place ribbon and buckle in
Showmanship Contest from Sama
County Youth Fair on Monday, Mar

Smile! These little pigs were so excited to get of their pens FHS senior FFA students Megan
at the Youth Fair it appeared as though they were smiling Blocker wait in the barn at the Po
for the camera, show their hogs.

Historic Bok Sanctuary presi-
dent Robert P. Sullivan is pleased
to announce the appointment of
Kathy Manry as the Sanctuary's
director of membership and
Manry will be responsible for
applications for federal, state
and private grants, the annual
fund drive, membership pro-
gram of 3,000, event sponsor-
ships and donor relations for the
non-profit Historic Bok Sanctu-.
ary. Manry began March 13,
2006. -
-Manry brings to the Sanctuary
a long history in business and
with the commurilty of Lake
\Wales Most recently, she was

the director of development and
marketing for the Lake Wales
Arts Council. She is also a mem-
ber of the Lake Wales City Com-
mission and the incoming mayor
of the city.
Manry grew up in Lake
Wales. She received a bachelor's
degree in English from Emory
University in Atlanta, Ga. While
living in Ga., she was the vice
president of sales and merchan-
dising for Good Lad, a children's
apparel manufacturing firm in
Philadelphia, and she created its
import division arid-served as
In 1993, Manrr returned to
the area and opened Perfect

Angels, a children's store. She
has been active in many associa-
tions such as the Lake Wales
Rotary Club, Lake Wales Arts
Council, Lake Wales Area Cham-
ber of Commerce, Leadership
Lake Wales, Church of the Good
Shepherd, Main Street and Unity
in Community. She also was a
committee chair for the Sanctu-
ary's first Christmas at Pinewood
benefit party.
Sullivan and the Historic Bok
SanctOuay _stall aie pleased to
welcome Manry to her new posi-
tion and into the Sancluayv fanii-

Polk County
Spelling Bee
The Polk County Spelling Bee
will be held Thursday, March 23, 1
p.m., at George Jenkins High,
6000 Lakeland Highlands Road,
Lakeland. Finalists from Polk mid-
dle schools will compete and the
Polk % inner adk ances to the 79th
Annual Scripps Nationral Spelling
Bee on May 31 and June 1 in
Washington., D.C. The national
bee is broadcast live by ESPN.
Information: Katie-Jane Shytle,
(863) 519-.798.

Summer enrollment

dates announced

ent Costello receives a
the Market Hog Senior
ntha Dierker at the Polk
ch 13.

Wagner and Amanda
ilk County Youth Fair to

The Early Learning Coalition
of Polk County is issuing certifi-
cates for the Voluntary Pre-
kindergarten Summer Program.
This program is free to children
who have turned 4 by Sept. 1,
2005 and have not attended a
VPK program during the school
The program will be offered
at both private childcare and
selected public school sites. Sites
will be listed on
The public school sites will
provide a full day of services for
the summer program for
approximately 36 days begin-
ning May 30, 2006.
Interested parents should
attend one of the following regis-
tration round-up events:
Saturday, March 25, 10 a.m.-1
p.m., Family Fundamentals,
1021Lakeland Hills Blvd., Lake-
land, FL 33805
Saturday, April 8, 10 a.m. 3
p.m., 25th Annual Children's
Festival in Munn Park, Down-
town Lakeland
Parents must:
1) Complete and sign the
application which will be avail-
able at the events, the Coalition
office and www.elcpolk.org
2) Attach a copy of proof of
the child's age. Example: birth
certificate, passport, certificate
of arrival or valid military

WIU hosts


The Webber International
University Business Advisors
Annual Luncheon will be held
on Wednesday, April 12, 2006
from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in
the Rex R. Yentes Conference
The program this year is
"Spotlight. on Alumni, Where
Are They Now?" Guest speakers
will be Webber Alumni and the
focus will be on their successes
and how WIU contributed to
their success.
For more information con-
cerning the Annual Luncheon
you may call the Xebber Inter-
national Academic Affairs office
at (863) 638-2971.

dependent ID card. The child
must turn 4 on or before Sept. 1.
3) Attach a copy of proof ol
Florida residency. Example: dri
very's license or utility bill. A doc
ument showing your name and.
home address in Florida, a post
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Church Directory

Church of God
Rex E. Daniels-Pastor
Frostproof Church of God,
104 Highway 630W, Worship
Services, Sunday School 10 a.m.,
Sunday Morning Worship 10:45
a.m., Sunday Evening Worship
6:30 p.m., Wednesday Evening 7
p.m. For more information call
Church of God By Faith
Reverend Anderson, Jr.
Church Of God By Faith, 208
Hopson Rd., Worship Services;
Sunday School 9:30 a.m., Wor-
ship Service 11 a.m., Sunday
Evening service 7:30 p.m.,
Wednesday Evening Bible study

7:30 p.m. For more information
call 635-7185.
First Assembly of God
Wayne Lee-Pastor
First Assembly of God Church
On The Ridge, 825 County Road
630A, Worship Services; Sunday,
8:30 a.m. and 10:45 a.m., nurs-
ery available, Sunday evening
service 6 p.m. Youth Fellowship
and Bible study Wednesday
evenings at 7 p.m. For more
information call 863-635-2702.
First Baptist
Church of Frostproof
Daryl Hood-Pastor
First Baptist Church of Frost-
proof, 96 West B Street is offer-

ing a new Celebration Worship
Service on Sunday's, at 8:15 a.m.
This service offers a more con-
temporary style of music, while
the Celebration Worship at 10:50
a.m. will remain more tradition-
al in nature. Childcare will be
available for both services. For
more information call 863-635-
First Christian
Church of Frostproof
Albert Fidler-Evangelist
First Christian Church of
Frostproof, 2241 County Road
630 W., Sunday School 9:30
a.m., Worship Service 10:15
a.m., Sunday Evening Worship 6
p.m. Wednesday Evening Bible

Study 6 p.m. For more informa-
tion call 635-6700.
First Christian
Church of Babson Park
Ronnie Abshire-Minister
First Christian Church of Bab-
son Park, 1295 Scenic Highway
N., Babson Park, Sunday School
9:30 a.m., Morning Worship
10:30 a.m., Sunday Evening
Bible Sunday 6 p.m. Wednesday
Evening Bible Study 6:30 p.m.
For more information call 638-

First Presbyterian Church, 101
N. Palm Ave., Sunday School
9:45 a.m., Worship Service 11
a.m. For more information call
First United Methodist
Church of Frostproof
Jerry Phillips-Pastor
First United Methodist Church
of Frostproof, 150 Devane St.,
Sunday School 9:15 a.m., Tradi-
tional Worship Service 10:30
a.m. For more information call

First Presbyterian Dioste Ama Spanish
Church of Frostproof Baptist Church

David Trimmier-Pastor

Iglesia Bautista Dios Te Ama

(Dioste Ama Spanish Baptist
Church) lugar (located) 1000 US
Highway 98 West, Frostproof,
annunciate y ivitcion
(announces an invitation) Oir la
Palabra de Dios (to hear the
Word of God) Domingo (Sun-
day), at 11 a.m.
South Lake Wales
Church of God
Tim Cain-Pastor
South Lake Wales Church of
God, 210 Presidents Dr., Lake
Wales, Sunday School 9 a.m.,
Worship Service 10:30 a.m.,
Sunday Evening Worship 6 p.m.,
Wednesday Evening Worship
6:30 p.m. For more information
call 638-1019.

FMSHS brings home trophy

Submitted to Frostproof News/Donna Nicholson
FMSHS took home the trophy for second place in partici-
pation for a Middle/Senior High School. This trophy is
called the Westwood. Frostproof Middle Senior has taken
home the Westwood for the past two years. Four of
FMSHS distance runners placed in their age division in
the 5K run. Over 850 people registered for the 10K, 5K or
3 mile walk.
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AARP nomination deadline approaches

St. Petersburg, FL The dead-
line for nominating your business
for AARP Best Employers for work-
ers 50+ is fast approaching.
Employers that offer workplace
practices and policies that greatly
benefit these workers are encour-
aged to apply. Now entering its
sixth year, the Best Employers
search honored 50 employers last
year, including Florida winners
Brevard Public Schools in Viera
and Lee Memorial Health System
in Ft. Myers.
AARP's landmark report, "The
Business Case for Workers Age
50+," found that companies'
investments in experienced work-
ers translate into a tremendous
plus for their businesses. As the
oldest of the boomers turn 60 in
2006, attracting and retaining
skilled workers will become
increasingly critical for employers
who seek to retain a competitive
Especially appealing to 50+
workers are, training and learning
opportunities, flexible work
schedules, and continuing oppor-
tunities for advancement "It is
imperative for Florida employers
to retain 50+ workers if they wish
to be competitive," said AARP
Florida State Director Bentley Lip-
scomb. "It will not be long before
the baby boomers start to retire.
When companies maintain strong
and positive relationships with
older workers, they spend less

money on recruiting, training and
monitoring new employees. Obvi-
ously, this has a strong impact on
a business's bottom line."
The 2004 Bureau of Labor Sta-
tistics Current Population Survey
reported 1,089,000 Florida
employees were between 55 and
64 years old. There were also
332,000 employees who were
AARP invites employers to
apply for the Best Employer desig-
nation by submitting an applica-
tion describing their exemplary
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round. blai:. 1 glass top. 1
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DRESSERS- 2, Sm Entertain-
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RECLINER- olive green, like
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Lge, modern, full back cush-
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old $500 (863)467-2435
TABLE & 4 CHAIRS- maple,
good condition, $50
TABLE- Round, Solid wood
w/leaf. 4 Matching Captains
chairs on wheels. Cream,
$100. (863)634-3866

GOLF CLUBS- complete,
matched set, metal woods,
irons, bag, putter, $135.

HAWKINS- .50 Caliber. Cap
block muzzle loader. Beautiful
wood stock & recoil pad Exc
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made in Belgium, never im-
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blue and white $50

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LIFT CHAIR- Like new condi-
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best offer (863)467-4328.
WHEEL CHAIR, Motorized w/2
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Good condition. $15.
Fixed Wing Ultra Ligni Air-
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Household items & Garage
Items. Includes *ools, fujrnituJre -
.rid rr iore 7721201-89 '
iouinrs $225 or besl oiler
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WELDER TRAILER, single ax-
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powered welder, $150 or
best offer. (954)520-6707

10 list. Everything needed lor
concert and nome recording
Calli (863691-3345

BULL PUPS- $350 each
Please call 863i634- 0119
BIRDS- Aviary lod small birds,
8)10, movable 50 or more
birds $1000 cash
DOG BOX, decent snape, 2
kennel. $150 or Desi offer.
1.5 (8631675-4981 LaBelle
CKC Deauldul all colors/sizes.
$300-400 will deliver
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bred, $25 1863)675-4981
LaBelle area
BULL- $800
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$25. (863)946-3123

cond. $500 or best offer

Honda, 250 gal. Good condi-
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power, 10 hp Westinghouse,
. 175 psi, $1000
CUT OFF SAW- Black & Deck-
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lent condition $75. Or best
offer. 410-228-7137
GENERATOR- '05, 15KW, 100
amp transfer switch 4 yr ex-
tended warr. Never used
$3600. (863)634-2342
GENERATOR- 25 KW self con-
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condition. $2500.

ADULT DVD'S- (12) new for
$100 firm. No call after 8pm
please (863)634-3783

Trailer for 18' to 20' Pontoon
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A secluded, private '.., "
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Offered in combinable 40-60ac Tracts tor discerning
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Christmas Trees 745
Farm Equipment 805
Farm Feed/Products 8B10
Farm Miscellaneous 815
Farm Produce 820
Farm Services
Offered 825
Farm Supplies/
Services Wanted 830
Fertilizer 835
Horses 840
Supplies 845
Lawn & Garden 850
Livestock 855
Poultry/Supplies 860
Flowers 865

HORSE TRAILER- Good condi-
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PAINT MARE- 4-5yr old, green
broke Sweet disposition.
$1000 or best offer.

LAWN CART: 3x4, Good con-
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Murray lawn Mower, 4.5 hp,
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CALVES all kinds, healthy,
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community, viev. ireeuv wa-
terfall & large puDlic ake
nearby, paved private ac.
cess, $119 500 owner
( 8 6 6) 7 8 9 8 5 3 5
Near Baxley, GA. 6 200 sqll
cypress house.lodge on 95
acres with 3 acre pond E'-
cellent location Deautliul
home. Hun'in' & Fishing
Paradise. $650.000
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couTiurniry bordering a large
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vale 0oal Siips. belween
Cndrtinooga 6 Kriouwile
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PROPERTY Sc(erriir. irum-
slae. surrouriairinl Ljake Bar-
iev 1 lo 6 aire ,view sires &
510 40 i:lre privacy Siles
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2006 JusI 20 mirnuief Irom
AugjuSla, GA Evcellerii Ii-
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ior ain early appoinilmeni'
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'Based on purchase price ul
$39,900 w,' wi'. down li.ed
rate or 6.75% lior 5 yrs
15-ye3ar lerm w)bailoon pay-
meni due at ire end ol 5 yri
Terms and rales suDiec i to
change wilnoul rinlice Void
were prohiDited Dy law
Western New Mexico Private
62 Acre Ranrir $110,990
Mt. views, trees, rolling nils,
pastureland, borders BLM.
1930's stone homestead
with 2 barns. Horseback drid-
S ing, hiking, hunting. Perfect
family ranch, electricity.
100% financing. NALC.

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Mobile Homes

Mobile Home Lots 2005
Mobile Homrne Parts 2010
Mobile Homes Rent 2015.
Mobile Homes Sale 2020

F'dal Harbor Ma:,ierpiece
28,52 3.2 'apen Iloir plan
'one j wind hIurTi 16.16
deck appliance e%( cori
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ing" 32 900 (8631675-1-490i
or 2396728-2484
Find It faster. Sell It soon-
er In the classilfeds


Boats 3005
Campera/RVs 3010
Jet Skiis 3015
Marine Accessories 3020
Marine Miscellaneous 3025
Motorcycles 3030
Sport Vehicles/ATVs 3035

14' BOAT- unsinkable, fiber-
glass, fish finder, trir, used
twice, Call for information
BAYLINER-,'77, Outboard, 16',
Runs good. $2500. or best

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RV- 1991, w., 30' i10
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RV SHELTER: 12 FIl 24 Fi
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volt neiw never u..edl.. .45i
1561 622-0736
KAYAKS- 2, 14, Like new,
$750. (863)763-4982

collectors item, $8000
(863)763-6016 MUST SEE!

YAMAHA 400 1I11I 'bi 8'E ,
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Automobiles 4005
Autos Wanted 4010
Classic Cars 4015
Commercial Trucks 4020
Equipment 4025
Foreign Cars 4030
Four Wheel Drive 4035
Heavy Duty Trucks40401
Parts Repairs 4045
Pickup Trucks 4050
Sport Utility 4055
Tractor railers 4060
Utility Trailers 4065
Vans 4070

CHEVY CAMARO 2-28 1982
run: greaji Muil .ell $1200
ir e.si 01ir r6.jb97-9598
Converible 3.9K Fully aulo-
maic Updjiled A C SvlerTi 1
Owner 56500 i86..h467-8c.22
parxi car aoe; run 1,250
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Mercury Marquis LS 90, 5.0
V8 IOw iTMi o0i0 DOly &
inil (iId .C., reall Iarns
1.2500. |863i467-6805
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MUSTANG '02- V6, auto, PW,
PL, white w/tan inter. 39K
mi, exc cond., $9200
(302)245-0401 Dover

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goiif Ct I'a' 400 mli i3 enr
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36v vol n crar]er, rieviS iea
& lire. 1.91:10 or ieil ,ilner
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vitullts w : arier liakr r
runs goo wel f v orin pri:e
$600'1423502-2214L ridaj

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remove and rahjul l175
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w cerilerr (3ps, lair l rind J1
P205 O65R)5 Regeni Sl igr
lires. $200 1561 1718-8580
TIRES on rim irom Jeep
Wrjandler, Orand new
30.'9 510'R 5 LI G0oodvear
.41 50li863)63i-3261
Fui)rd. $-145U or Desi oiler
For a pickup, asking $20 for
all 4 (863)467-1308
Truck Bed, Lights, Bumper Tail
Gate for '99-'01 Ford F150,,
white in color, $350 or best
offer. (863)946-1138


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moltio Rune Ornivet. i]oii
1.2500 8I3)lT.447u0
When doing those chores
Is doing you in, It's time
to look for a helper in
the classileds.

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(8631674. 8j37
or make offer
Runs good. Some front end
damage. Selling for $1000 or
best offer. (239)465-7156

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All-Stars named

The following high school
juniors were named 2005-2006
Governor's Academic All-Stars
as part of a program designed to
honor high school juniors
throughout Florida for academic
excellence, leadership and com-
munity service.
At the March 14 school board
meeting, one Polk All-Star was
announced, to represent Polk
during an April visit to Tallahas-
see with Governor's All-Star rep-
resentatives from each of Flori-
da's 67 counties.
The Polk representative will
tour the Capitol, attend a lunch-
eon at the governor's mansion
and participate in an open forum
with Gov. Bush.




Auburndale High: Derek
Miller; Bartow High: Coral
Owen; Bartow International
Baccalaureate: Kathryn Mam-
mel: Daniel Jenkins Academy
(Haines City): Cynthia Pruitll;
Fort Meade High: Kali
Langschwager; Frostproof
Senior: Ninfa Rodriguez; George
Jenkins High(Lakeland): Cassie
Boles; Haines City High: Shawna
Grant; Harrison Arts Center:
Heather Wilkes; Kathleen
High(Lakeland): Kayla McClel-
Ian; Lake Gibson High (Lake-
land): Kendra Locher; Lake
Region High(Eagle Lake): Katri-
na Thomas; Lakeland High:

Chelsea Stone; McKeel Acade-
my(Lakeland): Alison Fishburh;
Ridge Career Center (Winter
Haven): Maria Adame; Ridge
Community High (Davenport):
Amanda Gunter; Winter Haven
High: Elizabeth Tremblay.,

State Scholars
The following high school,
seniors were named 2005-2006
Sunshine State Scholars for their
excellence in mathematics and
science. Each scholar took a
school district examination test-
ing -their math and. science
knowledge. Dennis Martinchich
of Lakeland's George Jenkins'
High had the highest score on
the examination, and represent-
ed Polk at a'state competition
earlier this year.

2005-2006 Sunshine
State Scholars
Bartow High: David Munroe;
Barlow International Baccalau-
reate: Phillip Madrid: Fort Meade
High: Roderick Clark; Frostproof
High: Nichole W'illiams; George
Jenkins High(Lakeland): Dennis
Martinchich; Haines City High:.
David Luongo; Kathleen High
(Lakeland): Emily Elmdre; Lake
Gibson High, (Lakeland): Leslie
Collins; Lakeland High: Archita
Patel; McKeel Academy (Lake-
land): Patrick Bateman.

Cancer survivors

to be honored

S Are you a cancer survivor?
: The Frostproof Relay for Life
Committee would like to honor
you! Lowe's distribution is genh-
erously sponsoring our survivor
tent again this year with dinner
and gifts! Please contact Sandy
Sackett at 635-5456 so We can:be

food for everyone! This years
Relay will be held Friday and Sat-
: urday, April 7 and 8. Survivors
are encouraged to come early,
4:30 p.m. to register, dinner will
be served at 5 p.m. and the cere-
monies will begin at 6 p.m.

sure to have enough T-shirts and, Hope to see you all there!

Fair winners

Page 5

Enjoy egg

I love eggs. Eggs are one of
nature's wonder foods. They
are high in protein. They con-
tain Omega 3 fatty acids and
choline -- substances neces-
sary for proper brain function.
A whole egg only has,
about 75 calories -- and those
calories are packed with nutri-
Eggs store well -- they can
be safely refrigerated for up to
a month. They are an inexpen-
sive form of protein.
According to the USDA,
eggs provide protein, vitamin
A, riboflavin and other vita-
mins and minerals. The yolk
contains all the fat, saturated
fat and cholesterol in an egg,
In 1 large egg, the yolk con-
tains 5 grams total fat, 2
grams saturated fatty acids,
213 milligrams cholesterol
and 60 calories. The egg
white contains 15 calories.
A few years ago, when the
dangers of high cholesterol |
levels first made the news,
eggs got a bad reputation,
since they are high in choles-
terol. However, since
researchers first start study- a
ing the connection between
cholesterol levels and heart
disease, the\ found that
lifestyle factors affect choles-
terol levels more than diet. The
human body produces choles-
terol, as part of natural body
function. You need some cho-
lesterol to live, but too much
can be bad for your health.
Exercise helps reduce cho-
lesterol level. Smoking ciga-
rettes has been linked to
increases in cholesterollevels.
So a cigarette smoked after
breakfast may do more to raise
your "bad" cholesterol than the
eggs you ate did.
For the healthiest choice of
eggs look for eggs that come
from chickens that are given no
hormones or antibiotics. These
eggs cost a few cents more per
egg, but if you are concerned
about your family's health, it
may be worth the expense. If
you're interested in animal
rights, you can also choose eggs
that come from "cage free"
Hard boiled eggs can make a
nutritious snack and they are
easily portable. According to
the USDA guidelines, hard
boiled eggs may be safely
stored in the refrigerator for up
to a week.
However, when you boil and
egg, you reduce the egg shell's
natural ability to keep out bac-
teria. Boiling the egg creates
tiny holes in the shell. Bacteria
can enter the egg through those
tiny holes.
If you. plan to hide Easter


but don't hide the real ones

Food Guide Pyramid
A Guide to D.ialy Focd Choice.

Fat-s. O0 & Swv.ets

.lA b, Y..tgurt
& Ch ,t?.-E

Group S

Meait FP:ulty. Fish.
Dry Beans. Eggs.
& Nuts Group

k Fruit

SBreacl. Cereal.
Rice. & Pasta

Special to INI/USDA
Use the Food Guide Pyramid to help you eat better every day the Dietary Guidelines way.
Start with plenty of breads, cereals, rice and pasta; vegetables; and, fruits. Add two to three
servings from the milk group and two to three servings from the meat group. Each of these
food groups provides some, but not all, of the nutrients you need. No one food group is
more important than another for good health you need them all. Go easy on the fats, oils
and sweets the foods in the small tip of the Pyramid.

Eggs outside, it's much safer to
use the plastic kind. Hardboiled
eggs do not fare well outdoors,
especially in the Florida heat.
If your children bring home
hardboiled eggs from an Easter
Egg hunt, it's best to. throw
them away. You have no way to
know how long those eggs
were left out in the heat.
An added bonus to using
plastic eggs for egg hunts is that
plastic eggs do not start to smell
if you don't happen to- find all
the Easter eggs that were hid-
The USDA offers the follow-
ing tips for the safe handling of
Only buy refrigerated eggs
with clean, unbroken shells.
It is best not to wash eggs
before storing or using them.
Washing is a routine part of
commercial egg processing and
the eggs do not need to be
At home, keep raw eggs in
their original carton on an
inside shelf in the refrigerator
(40 degrees Fahrenheit). For
best quality, use within five'
weeks after bringing them
.* Keep hard-cooked eggs (in
the shell or peeled) in the refrig-
erator (40 F). Use within one
week after cooking.
Most eggs sold today are
infertile; roosters are not
housed with the laying hens.
Shell color depends on the
breed of the hen. Yolk color

depends on the feed the hen
consumes. There is.no nutri-
tional difference between fertile
and infertile eggs, brown- and,
white-shelled eggs, or pale or
dark egg yolks.
Wash hands, utensils,
equipment, and work areas
with hot, soapy water before
and after they come in contact
with eggs and egg-containing
Remove only the number
of eggs needed from the carton
and return the carton to the
Cook eggs until the white
is completely firm and the yolk
begins to thicken but is not
hard. Scrambled eggs should be
cooked until no visible liquid
remains. Fried eggs should be
cooked on both sides or in a
covered pan.
Take care when preparing
egg-containing foods that are
not cooked or are only lightly
cooked before serving, such as
ice cream, eggnog, mayon-
naise, caesar salad, hollandaise
.sauce or b6arnaise sauce. Only
use recipes that start with a
stirred egg custard base that is
first cooked to 160 degrees
If a recipe calls for adding
raw eggs to a previously cooked
dish, the dish must be cooked
further until it reaches 160
degrees Fahrenheit.
When preparing any
recipe that contains eggs, resist


with Katrina Elsken

the temptation to taste-test the
mixture during preparation.
Egg-containing foods should be
thoroughly cooked before eat-
When preparing and serv-
ing eggs and egg-rich foods,
keep them out of the refrigera-
tor no more than two hours
total, not including cooking
If hot egg-rich foods are
not going to be served immedi-
ately after cooking, put the hot
foods into shallow containers
and refrigerate at once so they
will cool quickly.
For information about egg
safety, call USDA's Meat and
Poultry Hotline. The national
toll-free number is 800-535-
4555. In the Washington, D.C.,
area, call (202) 720-3333.
Before making any change
to your diet or exercise plan,
consult your doctor. This is
especially important-if you are
on any prescription drugs.
Some drugs interact badly with
foods that would otherwise be
considered "healthy."