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�2010 Dixie County Advocate


www. dcadvocate.net


News and events for Dixie , Every Week, W l
Home of the Worlds Only Four-Headed Swamp Cabbage


July 1, 1921
Thursday, June 17, 2010
Vol, 88. No. 24 12 pages- 1 Section


16 ACRE WILDFIRE IN
COOKS HAMMOCK


On Monday morning, per-
sonnel from the Florida Di-
vision of Forestry and Fo-
ley Timber and Lands re-
sponded to a wildfire in
Cooks Hammock approxi-
mately three miles west of
State Road 51 and County
Road 357. It was deter-
mined that the 16 acre wild-
fire was caused by lightning
activity in the area. No
structures were threatened
or damaged by the fire.

The Lafayette County Sher-
iff's Office also assisted the
suppression efforts by pro-
viding traffic control as a
Type 2 bulldozer was escort-
ed through the town of
Mayo. The wildfire contin-
ues to smolder, and DOF
crews continue to monitor
the burned area. Motorists
traveling in the area should
use caution for the next few
days due to the possibility
of smoke on the highway.



Brett Sullivan, Duane
Lord named to
Gainesville Sun's
Baseball All-Area team

Dixie's own Brett Sullivan
was named to the All-Area
"first team" as a result of
his .460 average this year.
Bear Senior Duane Lord
was named to the "second
team" in recognition of his
a 5-5 mark with 3.30 ERA
and 78 strikeouts in 57 in-
nings pitched. Congratula-
tions, Bears.




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Fri 91/73 AL-
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A few thunderstorms possible.
Highs in the low 90s and lows in
the low 70s.


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6/19
Scattered thunderstorms. Highs in
the low 90s and lows in the low
70s.


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2Sun .89171
6/20
Scattered thunderstorms. Highs in
:he upper 80s and lows in the low
70s.


Mon 907 /
6/21 90171
Scattered thunderstorms possible.


The recession isn't stopping
two innovative entrepre-
neurs betting on a
new idea and their
boat, "The Missed
Dinner Belle."
Medan and Kat are
spending their
weekends travel-
ling a Suwannee
River route from
Purvis Landing, to
Gronto Springs,
and then down-
stream to Manatee
Springs, stopping
at all the boat
ramps, sand bars,
and springs in be-
tween selling their chicken
wings, burgers, hot dogs and
bratwurst.


They have a propane grill
on their boat and cook food


to order, and serve fresh
homemade specials like
chicken and yellow rice, and
black beans and rice with


sausage, chili and jambal-
aya to hot and hungry
boaters and swim-
mers who flag
them down, The:
pontoon boat has
been popular so
far with kids and
adults who appre-
ciate the on-the-
spot convenience
of being able to
paddle right up to
the Belle to pick
up dinner and a
drink.

They have a
phone on the Belle
for people who may have
"missed the boat" and who
want to place an order, 352-
356-3814.


Little League celebrates another season

by Angel Lee
On Monday night, closing
ceremonies were held for
Little League. Each team,
from tee-ball right up to
the major teams were
presented trophies by
league president Gary
"Turtle" Montgomery
Little League had a bit of
an unusual feat this year.
Make that 3 of them, as
Justin Hodge hit for the
cycle (that's a homerun,
triple, double and single
all in one game),
Cameron McFall pitched
4 and Hannah pitched a
perfect game! Gary Mont-
gomery stated that he
had never seen that hap-
pen in the 10 years he
had been doing Little
League. So Congrats to
Justin, Cameron, and
Hannah and Congrats to
all the teams and players
on such a great season!!!
See more photos, page 12



Old Town man wins Cedar Key getaway


Joan Hale from Gulf Ham-
mock and Roger Wilson from
Old Town have won the
Cedar Key Getaway drawing!
The drawing raised $7,000
and will benefit Haven Hos-.
pice.

Hale and Wilson won a vari-
ety of things to do, including
a stay at either the Cedar
Cove Condominiums or The
Island Place Condominiums,
a boat tour with Captain Bri-
an's Island Hopper Boat
Tours, a fishing trip with
Captain Lloyd Collins, kayak
rentals from Kayak Cedar
Key, meals at Annie's Cafe
and Frog's Landing and a
meal at either the Rushty Rim
Restaurant, The Island Hotel
Restaurant and the Island
Room at Cedar Cove!

Special recognition goes to:


Harry Coleman stands with" Cedar Key Getaway winners Joan Hale and
Roger Wilson.


Harry Coleman for selling
the most tickets, Randy Ste-
fanelli from Randy Stefanelli
Insurance Agency for creat-
ing the idea for this drawing
as well as Ryan Bell, Tommy
Dunford and the Haven Hos-
pice Chiefland office.

Thank you to area business-
es who supported this draw-
ing including: Cedar Cove
Condominiums, The Island
Place Condominiums, Cap-'
tain Brian's Island Hopper
Boat Tours, Captain Lloyd
Collins, Kayak Cedar Key,
Annie's Caf6, Frog's Land-


ing, Rusty Rim Restaurant,
The Island Hotel Restaurant
and the Island Room at
Cedar Cove.,

Locations that sold tickets
were: Drummond Communi-
ty Bank, Perkins State Bank,
Capital City Bank, Hungry
Howie's, BubbaQue's, Sun
State Bank, Chiefland Cham-
ber of Commerce, Randy Ste-
fanelli Insurance and Haven
Hospice in Chiefland.

All proceeds raised will ben-
efit Haven Hospice in '
Chiefland.


Wreck on CR 349


A two-car accident in front of Hitchcock's in Old Town on
Tuesday afternoon sent one man to the hospital with in-
juries. The incident is under investigation by FHP.


Get them while you can

Thanks to BP, Scallop season opens Saturday


Gov. Charlie Crist has an-
nounced that the recreation-
al harvest season for bay
scallops in Florida will open
12 days earlier than usual
this year. The governor is
taking this action to help re-
lieve possible economic
hardships on Florida fish-
ing communities that may
occur due to the BP Deep-
water Horizon oil spill in
the Gulf of Mexico.

"Several people and busi-
nesses in Northwest Florida
and Big Bend coastal re-
gions asked us to please
open the popular bay scal-
lop season early this year,"
Gov. Crist said. "These folks
depend upon the influx of
visitors that come to their
communities to scallop each
summer, and they need a
boost right now to help
them recover from the mis-
, taken perception that fish-
ing throughout'Florida has
been affected by the oil spill,
which is not the case."

The Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation Com-
mission (FWC) has issued
an order which states that
the recreational bay scallop
harvest season in specified
areas in Florida shall open
on June 19 instead of July 1
this year. The order also
says that all other provi-
sions governing the harvest
of bay scallops shall remain


in effect for the duration of
the order.

There is a daily limit of 2
gallons of whole bay scal-
, ops in the,shell or 1 pint of
bay scallop meat per person
during the open season. In
addition, no more than 10
gallons of whole bay scal-
lops in the shell or one-half
gallon of bay scallop meat
may be possessed aboard
any vessel at any time.

Scallopers are allowed to
harvest bay scallops only by
hand or with a landing or
dip net, and bay scallops
may not be harvested for
commercial purposes.

Unless otherwise exempt,
scallopers will need a regu-
lar Florida saltwater fishing
license when using a boat to
harvest scallops. Those who
wade from shore will need a
regular FloAida saltwater
fishing license or a resident
shore-based license, which
is free beginning on July 1.

Divers and snorkelers are
required to display a
"divers-down" flag (red with
a white diagonal stripe)
while in the water. Boaters
must stay at least 100 feet .
away from a divers-down
flag in a river, inlet or chan-
nel. In open waters, boaters
must stay 300 feet away
from a divers-down flag.


Keen announces school

board re-election bid


I, David Keen, would like to
announce that I am a candi-
date for re-election for Dis-
trict 1 of the School Board
of Dixie County Schools. It
has been an honor to serve
the people of Dixie as a
member of the school board.
Our schools have been faced
with tough economic chal-
lenges and there have been
some difficult decisions we
have had to make but I have
always voted to do what is
best for our children. Our
children deserve the best
and I welcome your input
and decisions.

I am married toChi Chi and
we will celebrate our 42nd
anniversary in August.
Both of us and our daughter
Callie are proud to be Dixie
County High School gradu-
ates and we want our grand-
daughter, Brentleigh, to be a
DCHS graduate as well.

I welcome and encourage
citizen input and I would
like to see more public par-
ticipation at our meetings.
Let me know your thoughts
and concerns so that I may
better represent you. We
have some outstanding
events happening in our
schools...our Beta Club has
the State President, who
will be running for National
Beta President at the Na-
tional Convention at the end
of July. If elected, they will


be the third national officer
from Dixie County since I
have been on the school
board. This is just one ex-
ample that shows our stu-
dents are well prepared and
have the background to be
successful at the next level
whether they are going on
to college or to work. I sup-
port our vocational pro-
grams, nursing, welding,
business, auto-mechanics
and agriculture as they help
prepare our young people
for jobs.

I humbly ask for your vote.
I want to continue to serve
as your school board mem-
ber for district one, I will be
visiting with as many as I
can but please call me at 542-
7478 if you have questions. I
thank you for your support.


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Further thoughts on the Red Cross

Last week, I read some salient comments from some good
folks here in Dixie County concerning criticisms I made of
the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC). At
this point, I would like once again to make clear who I was
talking about, and it was decidedly not the volunteer work-
ers who contribute their time and effort at the local level
whenever the need arises--although I have every reason to
believe that these same people would be doing the same
work with the support of the same communities even in the
absence of a national front organization. As for the authen-
ticity of the information upon which I based my comments,
my principal source was a CNNNews ,release from. May,27,
2010, and I will gladly verify this.

My criticisms of the American Red dross had to do mainly
with their sometimes coercive methods of obtaining contri-
butions and with our military for allowing an outside
agency broad discretion in determining who qualifies for
an emergency leave; of course, that could have more to do
with the military and certain private employers than with
the Red Cross itself. In any event, that stuff is merely an-
noying, and not something of which I'd want to create a
controversy in light of the fact that the Red Cross has done
a lot of good over the years.

What does need to be the subject of a controversy is what
the international organization that flies the same banner is
doing. Specifically, they are providing Taliban forces in
Afghanistan, as well as Islamic militants elsewhere, with
medical supplies and training. Among the amenities of-
fered are a three day course in "international humanitari-
an law," along with "practical work" with bandages and
other basic medical techniques.
The course is also supposed to
remind "all sides" about re-
spect for civilians and proper UxTE
treatment of detainees.

Let's review the terrorists'
standards for some of the
above. Respect for civilians? 0
Sure. Invade their homes, eat
their food, use them (including
children) as shields when '
threatened, and kill them if
they fail to cooperate. Proper 1
treatment of detainees? Of
course! Hold them for ransom or cut their heads off, or
maybe both. No, the ICRC didn't teach them these things,
but they didn't convert them to the Geneva Accords, either.

As for the "other side" (I guess that would be us), our
troops bend over backward to avoid the civilian casualties
that are inevitable in any armed conflict, and detainees are
read their Miranda "rights," provided three squares a day
and their own copies of the Koran. And it didn't take the
ICRC to train our personnel in civility.

Herein lies an utter lack of the equivalency that the apolo-
gists for terrorist behavior would like to attach to the con-
duct of both sides in the Afghanistan conflict, and it is ex-
actly this position that the ICRC takes when they claim
"neutrality" as an excuse for giving aid and comfort to our
enemy.

If your church called an atheist pastor, your veterans orga-
nization elected an anti-war protester as its commander, or
the NRA merged with the Brady Campaign, you'd probably
opt out of any of the above. So, why would a member of a
local Red Cross chapter not at least demand that the parent
organization define itself in terms of which side it's on?
Let's hope that none of the money donated to the American
Red Cross is going to buy medical supplies for Taliban ter-
rorists. I don't know that it is, but the ICRC has to be get-
ting its money from somewhere, and an explanation would
certainly seem to be in order.

Doing volunteer work in one's community is commendable,
however doing so under the banner of an organization that
could be giving aid and comfort to our nation's enemies
should make any American uncomfortable.


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Summer Reading Lists


Kathy McKinney


First of all, I don't actually make summer
read ng lists. I know people do, and they like
to talk about them on CSPAN, but when it
;W comes to reading, I'm more of a go as the
mood takes me sort of person.


also has a really nice serial podcast about a small town with
a dark side called Wormwood. I'm not going to kid you on
this one; one night I was up listening to Wormwood by my-
self in my dark, quiet house and Brandi scratched at the
front door and I almost had to go change my pants. It's very
creepy..not gross--I don't do gross at all-- but creepy Don't
listen at night, by yourself. I'm just sayin'.


This very sweet lady brought me an entire boxload of paper- I've been slowly working my way through my.box of freebie
back books a few weeks ago. She said she reads through paperback books. The first one I picked up was a book called
them so fast she doesn't know what to do with them, so she Nightwalker by Heather Graham. It's a nondescript little
brought them to me. She said she'd read in my column that I book, with a sort of vague cover of an old-timey gas station;
like to read, and that she was taking so many to the library it could really be about anything. I wasn't expecting much,
that the library ladies were starting to look at her funny to be honest. This book blew my socks off It's about an Indi-
(just kidding, Cindy!) so she said for me to read them and an girl in Las Vegas who is trying to work hard enough as a
then maybe take them to the library when I. finished. Good casino waitress to keep her old grandfather in a ritzy nurs-
deal! There's.enough in the box to keep me ing home. Some guy dies on her during her
reading all summer, if I can lay down my knit-. Properly, we should shift and she meets a detective and his ghostly
ting long enough. invisible gunslinger sidekick. I read the whole
read for power. Man thing in one sitting. It's got Vegas, an old wild
See, that's the thing: I can't knit and read at the man est ghost town, ghosts, murder...what more
same time. I had sort of devolved into listening reading should be man could you want in a summer read?
to podcasted books like Muir Lafferty's "Heav- ,.*..r... ,.., ,.


en" series (free on iTunes!), and Nathan Low- m ,, y ,,m ,e The next book I grabbed has an oil well on the
ell's "Tales of the Age of the Solar Clipper" se- book should be a ball cover, which caught my attention, considering
ries (also free on iTunes!). I can listen and knit, the news lately Deep Storm by Lincoln Child
no problem, but I usually feel guilty about it. It of light in one's hand was another book that didn't turn out to be
feels as if listening is sort of lazy and not as "le- what I thought it was. (Don't judge a book by
git" as reading the actual page. --Ezra Pound it's cover!) I'm not giving you any spoilers by
- ' telling you that there's a secret lab at the bot-
If you like seafaring books like Master and Corn- tom of the ocean under the oil well and that
mander, and don't mind a little sci-fi thrown in, or if you everybody is dying of a mysterious alien disease. I missed
like sci-fi with a little seafaring thrown in, I highly recom- most of a night of sleep because of this one.
mend the Solar Clipper stories. The first book is Quarter
Share. The author is a school teacher, I think, and the books My favorites so far in the box have been the Jack Reacher
are just amazing. He has a wonderful voice and at free, the novels by Lee Child. (Not related to Lincoln Child, I don't
price is right. It's not hard to find free books to listen to; just think.) There were four or five in the box, but I've gobbled
go open iTunes, go to the iTunes store and then click on pod- them all up already and I'm going to go find some more.
casts and then search for "podiobooks." You can download Jack Reacher is a sort of wandering ex-Special Forces MP
them chapter by chapter or all at once, and listen to them super-detective guy who goes around investigating things
straight from your computer or put them on a iPod if you that just aren't right. Bruce Willis should play Jack Reacher
prefer. (If you qan't figure it out, come by the paper one day in the movie...they're that kind of fiction. The books are
and I'll show you how.) sparsely written and are straight-to-the-point action. I love
them. The only thing I haven't been able to figure out is
If you like scarier fare, I can recommend a funny little hor-. where the guy's money comes from. He always has a
ror podiobook called Fried Green Zombies. It's about a little bankroll on him, but he never works, or gets paid for any-
redneck town that (of course) gets overtaken by zombies. thing he does. Military retirement? I'm not sure, it must be
There's even an alien girl named Bob and a zombie mud in one of the earlier books I don't have. Inquiring minds
truck that hunts people down. And yes, it was out long be- want to know. It's too hot to go outside; stay in the air condi-
fore that latest zombie movie was released...and from what I tioning and read! What are you reading or listening to this
saw of the previews, they borrowed quite a bit from Fried summer?
Green Zombies when they were making the movie. ITunes Email me and let me know: editor@dcadvocate.net.


Chamber welcomes new businesses


Dixie Chamber members were delighted to welcome the fol-
lowing new businesses with an "official" ribbon cuttings:
Bubba Que's Restaurant and A Heavenly Florist. Please
stop by and support these business establishments.
Many thanks to Ryan and staff for delicious pork sandwich-
es enjoyed by members who returned to Bubba
Que's to get out of the heat.

The Chamber also recognized Lisa's Hair Cuts, although
she was/
unable
to at- :
tend the
ribbon
cutting
event. I .I


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Early Voting ......... . . Aug. 9 - Aug. 22
Primary Election ............. .. August 24
Each Registered voter in this star should: (F.S.101.031)
*Familiarize iaggjtforherselfwith the candidates and issues
*Maintain a current address with the office of the supervisor.
*Know the location of his or her polling place and the ho~Rs.
open.
*Bring proper identification to the polling place.
*Familiarize bhima for herself with the operation of the voting
in
hbi or her precinct.
*Treat precinct workers with courtesy.
*Respect the privacy ofother voters.
For up to date election information...
Visit our website at www.dixievotes.com


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RUTS RAINS MIDDLE SCfOOL Suomn SPORTS
CAMP

Who; 4th thru 8th grade girls
What: Volleyball and Softball
When: Tuesday & Thursday July 13 - August 12
(5 weeks of instruction)
Where: RRMS Gym & Softball Field
Time: 10:00 am - 11:30 pm Softball & 11:30 pm - 1:00 pm Vol-
leyball Cost: $100.00 or $50.00 per sport Registration Dead-
line: July 8, 2010
Enrollment limited to 40 people for each sport. All paper-
work available at RRMS office. Each girl must have her pa-
perwork (physical form, parent consent form, proof of in-
surance and registration form) turned into RRMS office
prior to participating in the camp. RRMS is not giving
physical this year so you have to use your own doctor or
the health department. Any questions call 498-1346.



Are you a current or former
smoker, over the age of 40 and
have been diagnosed with
COPD? If yes, you may be
eligible to take part in a COPD
clinical research study at
Southeast Clinical Research
under the direction ofDr. P=
Keels.

All study related office visits
and procedures will be free of
charge, and if you qualify, you
may be compensated for time
and travel expenses.

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is a
disease that restricts the air flow in and out of the
lungs causing symptoms such as shortness of breath
and coughing. COID can lead to health problems
such as disability and death.


For more information contact:
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304 NE 1st Street
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Thursday June 17, 2010


Outdoors & Law


Trenton Man arrested on
Dixie County Warrant

Travis Miller, 30, of Tren-
ton was arrested in Levy
County Tuesday on a Dixie
County warrant for Crimi-
nal Mischief and was
booked into the Levy Coun-
ty jail and held on $200
bond.


Chiefland man held
with no bond

Robert Wayne Thomas, 44,
of Chiefland, was arrested -
Monday at his home on a
warrant for "VOP Use of a
child in a sexual perfor-
mance." he was held on no
bond.


Levy County Man arrested for molesting teen,

fathering her child: more charges certain


Robert Gary Jones, Jr. 45, of Archer, was arrested and
charged with "Unlawful Sexual Activity with Certain Mi-
nor" in Levy County on Saturday.According to the Levy
County Sheriff's office report, Jones had been molesting
the 19 year old daughter of his girlfriend for at least seven
years and was the father of the teen's two-year old child.The
victim had left the home and was living with her grand-
mother and did not name the child's father or report the
.abuse until Jones approached her at a ball game and asked
her to place his name on the baby's birth certificate. The
victim then confessed the molestation to her grandmother
who notified law enforcement. The victim also said that
Jones had molested two other young girls as well.

According to the report, Jones admitted the "relationship"
and asking the victim to put his name on the birth certifi-
cate prior to requesting a lawyer. Bail was set at $200,000.

Searching for Bobby Fischer?:OTE Chess Masters


Winners of the first annual Fifth Grade Old Town Elemen-
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WILLIAM DAVID, 54,
LAMAR, VOP DUI/
DWLSR REFUSAL TO
SUBMIT, VOP DISOR-
DERLY INTOX

6/10/2010, MCALLIS-
TER, DEWAYNE L, 25,
BRANNIN, VOP SALE
OF COCAINE

6/10/2010, MILLER,
TRAVIS, 21, MANDOLA,
FTA CRIMINAL MIS-
CHIEF

6/11/2010, JUVENILLE,
WIMBERELY, DOMES-
TIC BATTERY

6/11/2010, HINDSLEY,'
HEATHER JEAN, 21,
HILL, CITRUS CO
WARR

6/11/2010, CARTER,
KINISHA SHAREEM, 31,
WATSON, VIOLATION


OF INJUC
6/11/2010, BREWSTER,
LINDA MARIE, 60, WIM-
BERLEY, DOMESTIC
BATTERY

6/41/2010, BREWSTER,
JAMES F, 46, WIMBER-
LEY, DOMESTIC BAT-
TERY

6/12/2010, OVER-
STREET, LYNDON B, 46,
DOWNING, DISORDER-
LY INTOX

6/12/2010, POLK, RAY A,
41, BOWLEN, WRIT OF
BODILY ATT

6/13/2010, NEVELLS,
THOMAS W, 32,
LAMAR, BOND REVO-
CATION ON THE ROR

6/13/2010, WALKER,
DENNIS K, 51, LAMAR,
ATTACH TAG NOT AS-
SIGED USING DL FROM
GA WHEN FL DL SUBS

6/14/2010, MCALPIN,
DEREK LEE, 28, MAN-
DOLA, FTA GRAND
THEFT III


Governor Crist an-
nounces free fishing

weekend In
honor of Father's Day

Gov. Charlie Crist announced
on Tuesday another free fishing
weekend to encourage people,
especially dads and their kids,
to get out and catch saltwater
fish along Florida's beautiful
coastlines. The announcement
follows a briefing on the Deep-
water Horizon oil spill's impact
to Florida waters with Presi-
dent Obama in Pensacola. All
Florida residents and visitors
are invited to fish statewide for
saltwater species without a li-
cense during the upcoming Fa-
ther's Day weekend, June 19-20.
All other saltwater fishing
rules continue to apply.
"Extending a special, free fish-
ing weekend is another re-
minder that Florida is still the
fishing capital of the world,"
Crist said. "Our vast Gulf and
Atlantic coastal waters are
open for fishing, and I encour-
age everyone, particularly fa-
thers and their families, to take
advantage of this free fishing
weekend in Florida."
Crist previously designated this
year's Memorial Day weekend
and the first weekend in June
as free fishing weekends. Chair-
man Rodney Barreto of the
Florida Fish and Wildlife Con-
servation Commission (FWC)
was pleased with the gover-
nor's new declaration.


Florida, Cedar Key, Suwannee River entrance
N29' W 183 09'


Tral Jers

by Bonnie Wilson

This weeks trail ride took
place at Ross Prairie Trail-
head, located about 2 miles
south of Highway 484 off
Highway 200. The Green-
way Trails are very diverse
from prairies to live oak for-
est to pines and palmetto's
to hills, scrub forests and
open areas. It's an exciting
place to ride.

We had a good group of
about 10 riders appear for
our morning ride.
Coby was eager to get on the
trails as he whinnied to his
fellow buddies that he had
arrived. It didn't take long
to get him saddled and get
me upon his back. I was just
as excited as he as we all
headed out towards the
'trails. And if no one has no-
ticed, summer has arrived
in full force. The morning
was warm and humid by the
time we had started out of
the trailhead. I did my men-
tal check list of; yes I had a
hat, water, sunscreen, and
bug repellant. Oh yeah, it
was gonna be a hot one!

After the first 10 minutes we
started getting into the live
oak and pine forest and the
weather was improving for
me, as a gentle breeze began
to blow at the back of my
hot neck. I breathed a sigh
and relaxed. Yes this was
better.

Our group headed thru the
forest in a tight single file
following the marked trail.
Coby and I were 2nd in line
behind a big red Tennessee
Walker named Shaq. He was
a pleasant fellow and he had
allowed Coby some protec-
tion from the small insects
that buzzed in his face earli-
er by swishing his big red
tail as a windshield wiper to
rid Coby of those pesky lit-
tle bugs. Behind us was
Shaq's big brother Cloud, a
black TWH. We felt very
protected between these two
large fellows as they were
both very good to us.

The trails thru the wooded
'forest were very nice and
gave us a great view of our
Florida's natural habitat for


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not only animals but plant
life as well. Over fallen logs,
some muddy areas form the
previous nights rain, and
just seeing the lovely
stretches of long leaf pine
held an incredible view for
me. Of course I must say
those blackberries looked
awfully good from my point
of view.

However having said that, I
must say that Coby and I re-
ally enjoyed the hills that
we came back on. These
very narrow, steep and some
what rocky trails were the
best I've seen. Coby is a nat-
ural at jumping logs, rocks,
and going up and down the
hills. It was a breathtaking
view. Now we are talking
trail riding! It was an awe-
some experience.

Somewhere along the line
Cloud passed us and we be-
came third in our line of
riders. It must have been
that tree that we went to the
left of while Cloud took the
right. One huge log sudden-
ly appeared before us and
Cloud stops dead in his
tracks. He won't go over it.
His rider Ruth, encourages
him but he says "no". Well,
I say, "move over big boy
and we'll show you how it's
done". I walk Coby up to it
and he courageously puts
one leg over and then the
other and he hops his little
behind right over the rest! It
was too cool. Now Cloud
does not want to be shown
up by this little guy so he
follows right behind us.
Good job Coby! And yes, I
did give him a cookie from
my horn bag.

Soon we back down to the
bottom of the forest and we
are heading back to the
trailhead for lunch. What a
morning we have had. As
we are soon about 15 min-
utes from the trailhead one
of our riders decides to lope
back as his horse. Flash
knows we are close to his
hay and water that's wait-
ing on him so he indeed ,
takes off in a "flash" . Coby
and I are not to be left out as
Coby wants to run too so I
follow Fred and Flash back
with Coby hot on Flash's
heels.

Soon everyone was back and
after the horses were taken
care of we headed over' to
Ruth's air-conditioned horse
trailer and had a great
lunch and discussed our ad-
venture. What a day!
If you enjoy trail riding like
we do, come on out and join
us. Check us out with ahy
questions and email us at
levy2@flahorse.com. Until
next time, happy trails to
you!


Dermatology and Dermato-
logic Surgery, the Florida
Professional Tattoo Artists
Guild, Florida Blood Ser-
vices, the Florida Associa-
tion of Beauty Profession-
als, and the Florida Profes-
sional Tattoo Artists Guild
supported the legislation.

"The Florida Professional
Tattoo Artists Guild is
proud of the new regula-
tions for tattooing," said
Guild President Bill Han-
nong. "I believe these mea-
sures will set a precedent
for our industry that other
states should follow. Repre-
sentative Branden-
burg deserves
all the credit
.. from our in-
4. dustry and
we're grateful
, the Governor
understood the
r importance of
- .: this legislation
. and signed it."

The new regula-
tions also require
tattoo artists be licensed by
the Florida Department of
Health, which will provide
classes concerning blood-
borne pathogens that must
be completed for obtaining
or renewing a license. Fur-
thermore, all tattooing must
be done in a facility li-
sceused for tattoo artistry by
the Florida Department of
Health.

The only Health Depart-
ment licensed facility in the
tri-county area is Old
Town's Splash of Ink. For
more information on tattoo
safety, call Mary at 542-0333.


Think before you ink:

Tattoo Regulations

Legislation Signed

Into Law

As tattoos have grown in
popularity, respected tattoo
artists and medical profes- ,
sionals have recognized the
need to enhance the health
practices associated with
the industry.

The new law requires that
no individual under the age
of 16 be tattooed, except for
medical reasons by
a doctor or den-
tist. The pro-
posal also calls
for any indi-
vidual under
the age of 18
receiving a _
tattoo to be
accompanied 7 ~ .
by their perma-
nent adult '
guardian.

"The absence of statewide
regulations of the tattoo in-
dustry in Florida has al-
lowed unnecessary health
risks," said Representative
Brandenburg. "I am proud
of the collaboration with
tattoo artists and medical
professionals on legislation
that will protect the public- '
health and help the tattoo
industry House Bill 729 con-
stitutes a big step toward
helping prevent the spread
of infections and communi-
cable diseases."

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ation, the Florida Society of


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Thursday, June 17, 2010


School & Sports


Minutes of Regular Meett
THE SCHOOL BOARD 01
DIXIE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Tuesday, May 11,2010-
68:00 p.m.

The Dixie County School
Board met In regular session
at 6.:00 p.m. on Tuesday, Me
11, 2010 In the Dixie County
High School Media Center,
Cross City, Florida.
Present: Superintendent
Mark A. Rains, School Board
Members Timothy Alexandei
David Keen, Glenn Osteen,
Cheryl Pridgeon, and Dwayn
Rollison, and School Board
Attorney Leenette McMillan.
School Board Chairman
Alexander called the meeting
to order and Invocation was
Given by Dwayne Rolllson, fi
owed by Pledge of Alleglani
to the Frag.
'A motion was made by Davi
Keen, second by Dwayne R
lson, the School Board Unei
mously approved the Agend
The School Board Meeting
moved to the Dixie County
High School Gymnasium for
dedication program. The
gymnasium was named as
the Dolphus Peppers, Jr.
Gymnasium, In honor of his
dedication and servlce.as an
employee who served Dixie
District Schools for forty-thre
years as a teacher, coach,
and administrator.
Presentations
Dixie County High School
Yearbook Staff
Charter School - Rita Harris
Insurance - Brad Hoard
Citizen Input
Insurance Committee: 'Paul
Bennett, Mari-Michael Smith
Irene Valentine, Janet Fowlse
Garry Durham; Dianna Robi
son, Patty Palmer, Susan
Crise, and Amalla Chesser
Information/Announcements
Instructional Services
Ken Baumer, Assistant Supe
Intendent for Instruction pre-
sented a truancy report.
Garry Durham, Director of.
Curriculum updated the
School Board on Race to thi
Top Memorandum of Under-
I-2
standing, End of Course
Tests, and AP Exams.
Support Services
Charlotte Lord, Director of
Safety, Facilities, and Specli
Projects discussed Risk Mdn
agement Meeting, AES reror
Ing project, summer constru
tion projects, and Special Fa
cilities Land Acquisition Comr
mittee.
Schools
Ruth Rains Middle School:
Calendar, Science Fair
( thursday until 6.00 p.m.),
rack Intramurals, Art Show,
Archery Tournament, Target
Grant (6th grade p roram at
UF), 2009 "A" Schoo Bash
(5/12), Yearbook Signing
Thursday, and charged lunch
es.
Old Town Elementary Schoo
Calendar, PTO Program, re-
tention numbers, and charge
lunches
Anderson Elementary Schoo
Calendar, retention numbers
and charged lunches
'Dixie County High School:
Charged lunches, AP Exams
End of Year Tests, new grad
ation requirements, school
calendar on website,-yetr--
book, and senior attendance
Food Service
Summer Food Service Pro-
gram
Finance
Insurance, Skyward, monthly'
financial statement, and FEF
Final Conference Calculation
Superintendent Rains pre-
sented a Thank YOu letter
from Connie Sheppard for th
memorial program at the Ap
School Board Meeting. He
presented information about
the role of Superintendent a
School Board, Major Areas o
Interest, and FSBA Legislat
Review (5/19 In Lake City).
He thanked the Insurance
Committee for their hard wo
In researching the Insurance
options. He also thanked Bi
Barber of Dixie Monument fo
his assistance in securing
plaque for gymnasium at a r
duced cost to school district
He also asked School Board
for input on Back to School
Guide.
REGULAR AGENDA
Superintendent Rains recom
mended appointment of Con
chits Keen, SDC, Old Town
Elementary School, 250 day
(12 months), Career Employ
ee Status, for the 2010-2011
school year. A motion was.
made to approve the recom-'
mendation by Cheryl Prid-
leon, second b Dwayne Ri
son, and unanimously ap-
proved by the School Board.
David Keen abstained from
voting and filed a conflict of
Interest.


Superintendent Rains recori- ..
mended appointment of Tina .
Reeves, SDC, Anderson Ele O '
mentary School, 250 days (12
months), Career Employee
Status, for the 2010-2011--
school year. A motion was
made to approve the recom-
mendation by Glenn Osteen,
second by Cheryl Pridgeon,
and unanimously approved by
the School Board. Timothy
Alexander abstained from vot-
Ing and filed a conflict of Inter-
est.
Superintendent Rains recom-
mended appointment of
Michael Thomas, Anderson
Elementary School Principal,
250 days (12 months), Level
0, Annual Contract for the
2010-2011 school year, effec-
tive July 1, 2010. A motion
was made to approve the rec-
ommendation by David Keen,
second by Cheryl Pridgeon,
and unanimously approved by
the School Board.
Superintendent Rains recom-
mended appointment of*
Roger Storey, Ruth Rains
Middle School Principal, 250
days (12 months), Level 0,
Annual Contract for the 2010-
20,11 school year, effective
July 1, 2010. A motion was
made to approve the recom-
mendation by David Keen,
second by Dwayne Rolllson,
and unanimously approved by
the School Board.
Superintendent Rains recom-
mended appointment of Diana
Locke, Dixie County High . .
School Principal, 250,days .
(12 months), Level 0, Annual'
Contract for the 2010-2011
school year, effective July 1,'
2010. A motion was made to
approve the recommendation
by Dwayne Rolllson, second
by Glenn Osteen, and unani-
mously approved by the
School Board.
Superintendent Rains pre-
sented, for discussion and ap-
proval, a recommendation to
advertise the proposal of Uni-
versal Free Breakfast to Dixie
District Schools students who
attend a school In which 80
percent or more of the stu-
dents are eligible for free or
reduced-price meals, begin-
ning 2010-2011 school year.
This will be in compliance with
Florida Statute 1006.06 c. A
motion was made to approve .
the recommendation by .
Cheryl Pridgeon, second by
David Keen, and unanimously:
approved by the School
Board,.
Superintendent Rains pre-
sented, for discussion and ap-


nil proval, a recnmaendatioro . Ethel L.Allen
Sadvertise addition of following . FAP .
f School Board Policy: .. . 250 days
S 8.255 Schdol Pamela Cannon
Breakfast Program . FAI
. 250 days
A motion was made to ap- Valeride Henson
prove the recommendatlor by PBS
Glenn Osteen, second by, 250 days '
n Dwayne RolllSon, and unafi- JanaO'Neal
ey mously approved by the - PBS
School Board. .' . 250 days
A motion was made by i~in Instructional Services Depart-
Ostan to table all business* meant
concerning InSurance and --' Career Employee Status
S hold a School Board Work . Jane Boyd
r, shop with Special School IA
Board Meeting Immedlatet .180 days
ne following.on.May 14, 2010at Janet Fowler
4:00 p.m. In the School Board DBK
Meeting Facility, Old Town, 250 days
The motion was second by Dora Mae Uvingston
Swayne Rollison; and una i- DBK -
g mously approved by the ., 250 days
School Board. Teresa D. Lord
ol- IA
ce Superintendent Ralns pre-' - 180.days
wanted, for discussion andap- Terrie Peacock
proval, a recommendationfor DTS
d the Immediate purchase frm ' 250.days
ol- capital outlay funds of anp- - Dianna Robinson
ii- grade to the school district DTS
a. Wireless Area Network In - 250 days
compliance with School Board Luther S. Ross
Policy 7.11(9). Any delay In DTS
this purchase wou d be con- 250 days
a trary to the beat Interest of the Karen Sapp
school district as there arwur- DTS
gent and Imminent problems. 260 days
with the current availability of Cecle Stemple
Internet access. It Is necns - DCC
S sry at thistime to take Ire- 250 days
date measures to avoid cftels DonnaWright
Ie In nternet access for acad- , DBK
mics, continue operation of 250 days
security cameras, and pro-,
ceed with Industry certification Support Services Department
tests, standardized testing, Career Employee Status
student progress monitoring, James Leverette
the Skyward business app- DMS
a cation and the upcoming -. , 250 days
, ployment of the Skyward u- Gregory Sheppard
. a dent system. , ,. . DMM
. e, ' " [ da250days
S A motion was ni.ada- Jeffrey Land
I, prove the reconmmet y DMM.
ir, Glenn Osteen second by " 250 days
n- David Keen, and unanloiy ly' Ernestine Cannon
approved by the School . DBK
.Board. . 250 days
S. superintendent Rains pre- * Tpansportation Department
saented, for discussion andCp- Career Employee Status
er- proval, a recommendation or . Kevin Davis
the Dixie School District toWbe , TM1
a paricipantIn Florida's Re , 250 days (8 hrs per day)
to the Top MOU (Memorri , . Christy Kebn
* dum of Understanding). ' DBK
S250 days
e A motion was made fto ap- Jessie Thomas
prove the recommendation by TBD
ayne Rolllison, second by . 180 days
David Keen. and unanlIt *ty Damell Gamey
- floIrd I" , :?^:' . ,31f.' iB .:, -

T co1ensus - 1 days
of- Board after considering fl- Jo-Ellen Good
c- nanclal consequences arx TBD
i- olher imposed responsible as 180 days
n- of the alstrict that it was in the , Lois M Futch
best interest of the school dis- TBD
tnct to delay approval of a 180 days (5 hrs daily)
Charter School until the 20fl1 * Meioney Kay Middleton
school year A motion was TBD
made by Glenn Osteen to 180 days
deny the 2010 application for * Edith Valentine
a Charter School The rb- . TBD
tion was seconded by 180 days
Dwayne Rolilson. and unaal- Brenda Aulwes
mously approved by the TBD
School Board 180 days (5 hrs dairy)
-h- Mazell Johnson
"'CONSENT AGENDA , TBD
Si' perintendent Rains re - 180days ,
i: mended approval of Cont ' Doris lavender
Agenda. A motion was me TBD ..
id by Cheryl Pridgeon and scb- . 180days
Sound by Glenn Osteen to a- Mary Ellen Cassidy
.prove the Consent Agenda , TBD
ol: followed with unanimous at - 180 days
I; proval cy te School Board. TLlae Wmbertey
- TBD .. '
* . Approval of minutes of the 180 days
April 13, 2010 Regular ScHool Patricia Arcadi ,
l, ' Board Meeting TBD . .
Ju- 180 days
Appointment of the following Sandra Malone
personnel for the 2010-2011 TBD
S.school year as designated 180 days
Those designated by grant Cheryl Yarrell
coordinator as grant funded TBD
will be as applicable to therpo- 180 days
sition and/or grant dollar alo- Denice Stroup
cation TBD
. 180 days
l Old Town Elementary Schol :
P Career Employee Status , Fopd Service Department
n: Mary Ellen Cassildy IA Career Employee. Status
180days( , -EdraCarter
- hours daily) t ' FSM. .
*Edith Dlger IA ; 196 days
ie . 180days ' Barbara Downing
ril Connie Land . ' FSM
SSY , 198 days
196 days ' Pamela Rolllson
nd Mary Lord A FSM
of 180days . 196 days
ve Kimberiy Tucker LdaUles
SBB FSM
250 days 196 days
rk Lea W berdey . Mavis . Nichols.
a IA ' ," - 'FS .' "
en 180 days (6 hours daily) 182 days.
br- Barbara Young . . Tins Carter
IA . .. . - FS
re- 180days . . 82days
. Dul M. Forehand: v GlendaKeen FS
d : SLM � " .
'250days 182 day
* Anderson Elementary School FS
Career Employee Status 182 days ,
n-. Karen Bannister Sandra Butler
n. IA FS'
180 days ' 182 days
Vs Jennifer Brown Cassl Rutledge FS
- IA
S 180days. ' i'182das "
.Jo.nnie Brown . sally IIols
IA FS
180 days 182 days
0l- Johnny Geathers : : June Rlchadson FS
SC2
* LorriKi ng Phyllis Rolllson
. IA ' . DBK
1 80 days 250days
Eamestine Osteen A .


'"80 days . ' , days to be paid at hourly rate.
SDC ' .Approval of leave of absence
260 days for Donna Wright, effective
Robert Robinson A July 1, 2010 through June 30,
2011 for educational advance-
180 days ment.
Dawn.Valentine :
IA Approval of medical leave of
180 days absence for Tina Carter, effec-
Elizabeth I. Valentine ive April 7, 2010 through May
SOB t 21,201Q.
5 days Approval of Family. and Maed-
Ruth Rains Middle School cLeave for Tina Cater, April
Career Employee Status ' 7, 2010 through May 21,
Kathy Osteen 2010. This FMLA designation
SSY runs concurrent with approved
196 days medical leave.
Macaele Wood
IA Approval of leave of absence
180 days , for Andrea Byroade, effective
Patricia Palmer . August 17, 2010 through June
IA a y : 14,2011 for child rearing.
180 days .
Donna Sheppard Approval of medical leave of
SBB absence extension for Patricila
250 days : ' Cassidy, effective May 3,
Karen Hires 2010 through June 9, 2010.
SSY
250 days " Approval of medical leave of
Shella Pinner absence for Barbara Down-
SDC Ing, effective August 17, 2010
250 days through'December 31, 2010.
Shirlty C. Davis. . .
SC1 .. * Apprial na AeCarter to be
280 days femeorarly placed as Food
Mary K. Dy Service Manager at Dixie
SC1 County High School, to run
250 days concurrent with the medical
Domingo LaRocca TraskSCl leave of absence for Barbara
Downing, August 17, 2010
250 days through December 31, 2010.
JoAnn Gee
IA Approval of Mary Wemer as a
180 days -.* substitute for the Finance Di.
rector, effective for the 2010-
Dixie County FHigh cho ' 2011 school year.
Career Employee Statlus
Robyn Wilkerson .Approval of summer 2010
SBB employment for the following
250 days personnel as designated:
Frances Godbolt .Number of
SC1 Rate of
250 days Name
Sonja Valentine . Hours
iSC2 e : nPay Br
250 days . Funding
Sophina KIrkland DISTRICT.
SC1 P Frances Bray
250 days . Not to excsed 294 hours
Josephine Storey Hourly Rate Title I
SSY Thomas Thomton
196 days Not to exceed 250 hours
Lela Fulford Hourly Rate General
IA Carldon S. Langford
180 days Not to exceed 250 hours
Leon Rutledge HoudyRate General
SLM Faith Hill
250 days . Not to exceed 204 hours
Audrey Bush IA Hourly Rale General
Alexa Mills
180 days , Not to exceed .ure
Mells. RRvel.. r'- o .
SCl ' t", '- Jeyw. Ei"' , :,
196 days ' Not to exceed 294 hours
Hourly Rate General
District Finance Department Jennifer Bennett
Career Employee Status Not to exceed 150 hours


Hourly Rate IDEA Part B
Marilyn Phllmon
Not to exceed 150 hours
Hourly Rate IDEA Part B
Teresa D. Lord
Not to exceed 150 hours
Hourly Rate IDEA Part B
OLD TOWN ELEMENTARY
SCHOOL '
Susan Crise
Not to exceed 40 hours
Hourly Rate General
Barbara Young
Not to exceed 15 hours
Hourly Rate General
Angel Thomas
Not to exceed'200 hours
Hourly Rate General
ANDERSON ELEMENTARY
SCHOOL
Karen Cooper
Not to exceed 22.5 hours
Hourly Rate General
Jan Manos
Not to exceed 22.5 hours
Hourly Rate General'
Renita Bray
Not to exceed 17 hours
$20.00 hour IDEA
Melanie Burton
Not to exceed 17 hours
$20.00 hour IDEA
Debble Parrish
Not to exceed 17 hours
$20.00 hour IDEA
Johnnle Brown
Not to exceed 14 hours
Hourly Rate General
RUTH RAINS MIDDLE
SCHOOL
Wendy Martin
Not to exceed 50 hours
Hourly Rate General
Kathy O'Steen
Not to exceed 15 hours
Hourly Rate General
Mard-Michael Smith Not
to exceed 85 hours
Hourly Rate 'General
Sheri Lemmermen Not
to exceed 35 hours
$20.00 hour General
DIXIE COUNTY HIGH
SCHOOL
Judy Sumrall
Not to exceed 150 hours
$20.00 hour General
Jean Driggers
Not to exceed 150 hours
$20.00 hour General
Diana Locke
Not to exceed 95 hours
Hourly Rate General
Emily Woodall
Not to exceed 50 hours
Hourly Rate General
Paul Bennett
Not to exceed 112.50 hours
$20.00 hour IDEA
Vlvian Webster
Not to exceed 20 nours
$20 00 hour IDEA -
Approvad of all Food Service
employees and any approved
substitute 10 work, as needed,
at their current 2009-10 houdy
rate, with the exception of
Food Service Managers Edna
Carter, Lynda Uiles, and
Pamela Rolllson not to ex-
ceed $13.68 per hour. These
employees shall receive
mileage when needed. The
program will run 40 days, .'
June 21, 2010 and continue
through August 13; 2010.
Approval of the following per-
sons to the supplemental po-
sitionsaisted for the 2010-11
school year.
Ruth Rains Middle School
Volleyball Coach
Sandy Stack
$1014.96
Athletic Director
Richard Whit-
tington $1531.38
Head Football Coach
John Thomas
$1325.52-
Football Assistant Coach
Jimmy Bray
$1014.96
Softball Coach
Sandy Stack
$1014.96..
Boys Basketball COactr * -
Drew Stone
$1014.96
Girls Basketball Coach
Roger Robson.
$1014.96
Beta Club Sponsor
Candy Evans
$880.00
Drama Club Sponsor
RoblnCassidy
$1000.00
Yearbook Sponsor
Macaele Wood
$800.00
Instructional Lead-Aide Media
Macaele Wood
$2500.00
Guidance Counselor
Wendy Martin
Cheereading Sponsor
Robin Cassldy
$500.00.
Approval of a special meeting
of the Dixie County School
Board for June 30,2010 at
8:00 a.m. In the School Board
Meeting Facility, 823 SE 349
Highway, Old Town.
. Approval of no Increase In the
sale prices for reimbursable
meals for the 2010-2011
school year,.
Dixie District Schools Meal
and Ala Carte Prices for 2010-
2011 school year:
* Elementary, Middle, and High
Schools
* Reduce Price Breakfast -
$ 0.30 '. '
. Reduce Price Lunch
$0.40
Elementary Schools
S Full Price Breakfast
$1.50
Full Prlce Lunch
- $2.00
Middle and High School
Full Price Breakfast
$1.50
Full Price Lunch
$ 2.50
Adult Prices (School Related
and Senior Citizen)
Breakfast
$2.00
Breakfast Entr6e
$1.00
Lunch
- - $3.00
Lunch Entr6e
$1.75
Visitors
Breakfast -
$2.50 ...
Lunch * -
*$4.50
S Ala Carte Prices .
Fruits and Vegetables -
Salad Veg. Only
$1.25
Bread - 2


$ 0.50
Milk .
- $0.50
Tea - 12 oz.
$'0.60
Coffee -'Large - 12 oz.
$ 0.75
Small - 6 oz.
$ 0.50
Approval to advertise the re-
quest for proposal of architec-
tural design services for con-
strutilon of a new high
school. '
Appointment of the following
committee to review the pro-
posals received to offer archi-
tectural design services for
the project to construct a new
high school:
Diana Locke
Tonya Howell
Shannon Ellison
P.J. Hope
Dwayne Leverette . ,
Appointment of Gene Tanner
as a consultant to provide as-
sistance In matters relating to
educational facilities, planning
construction, and finance.
The standard rate will be $50
per hour and the IRS mileage
rate will apply, effective May
12, 2010 through June 30,
2011, funded by Capital Out-
Jlay.
Acceptance of the 2009-2010
State Appropriated Equipment
Assistance, School Food Au-
thorities for 10.579 School
Lunch Equipment, ARRA; In.
the amount of $8,121.00.
Funds will be used to update
equipment at Ruth Rains Mid-
dle School Cafeteria and An-
derson Elementary School
Cafeteria.
Approval to renew contracts
for custodial services for the.
following vendors for the peri-
od June 1, 2010 to May 31,
2011. The principals are saet-
isfied with services.provided
last year and vendors agree
to extend their contracts with
the prices remaining the same
as per specifications in BID
#08-10 (2008-2009):
ALL CLEAN, INC.
Old Town Elementary School -
$88,000.00
SOUTHERN MAINTENANCE.
SYSTEMS, INC.
Old Town Education Center -
$5,760.00
Vocational Campus -
$24,924.00
'JUDAN'S
Anderson Elementary School
* w$92,517.12 . '
DIxl County High School -
$25,241.04
Ruth Rains Middle School -
$15,896.40
Ruth Rains Middle School
Computer Rooms -
$10,752.84
Approval of Service Contract
between the School Board of
Dixie County and SIEMENS
Enterprise Communications .
for the 2010-11 school year.
This service contract covers
the telephone system for all
four schools.
Approval for the following
items to be categorized as
junk and removed from the
school district's listing of prop-
erty records. These items are
obsolete and have been de-
clared not applicable for pos-
sible repair.
Property Number
Description Manufacturer
Model Se-
ral No.
20070035 Shredder
Cativa
V391C
270228921
960070
Cooler- ..
Hobart 02
S352553528
950196 .
Refrigerator Traulsen
1AHT132WUT V878100D93
Approval for the following
Items to be categorized as
stolen and removed from the
school district's listing of prop-
erty records.
Property Number
Description Manufacturer
Model Serial No.
20050010 Laptop Comput-
er Gateway
M405 33839137
Approval of the following sub-
s es as designated for the
2009-2010 school year: .
Substitute Teacher/Substitute
Aide
Karen Bolin
Edle Chavous
DIaneCox
Donald F. Stewart
Substitute Bus Driver
Karen Bolln
Edle Chavous
Substitute Food Service
SSarah Rigby
Karen Bolln . ; "
Edle Chavous
Diane Cox
Substitute Custodian
Karen Bolin
Edle Chavous
SApproval of the following vol-
unteer for the 2009-2010"*
School Year. They have com-
pleted the Volunteer Applica-
tion, have been checked '
against the FDLE Sexual Of-
fender/Predator Registry by
our staff, and have been veri-
fled by the Dixie County Sher-
Iff's Office as having no
record.
Nathan Ray Jerrelli
Approval of Warrant Register
numbers: 47678-47739;
47740-47770; 47771-47830;
47831-47867; 47868-47901
Motion by David Keen, sec-
ond by Glenn Osteen and
unanimously approved by the
School Board to adjourn.


Attest:
Signed:
SMark A. Rarins,'Superinten-
dent
Timothy Alexander, School
Board Chairman.


THE SCHOOL BOARD OF
DIXIE COUNTY, FLORIDA


Ruth Rains Middle School Holds Science Fair


. Minutes of
School Board Workshop
Meeting on Friday, May 14,
2010 - 4:00 p.m.
School Board Meeting Fa-
cility at 328 SE 349 High-
way, Old Town, Florida

The Dixie County School
Board met In a workshop
session on May 14.2010 at
4:00 p.m. In the School
Board Meeting Facility, 328
SE 349 Hi hway, Old Town,
Florida. Chairman Alexander
called the workshop session
to order and Glenn Osteen
gave the Invocation, followed
y Pledge of Allegiance to
the Flag.
Present: Superintendent
Mark A. Rains, School Board
Members Timothy Alexander,
David Keen, Glenn Osteen,
Cheryl Pridgeon, and
Dwayne Rolllson, and School
Board Attorney Leenette
McMillan.
Tonya Howell discussed In-
crease In health Insurance
rates, In comparison with the
2009-2040 rates.
Brad Hoard discussed plan
and rate options for the 2010-
2011 school year.
The Insurance Committee
presented a list of recommen-
dations for possible savings
for the district.
The School Board reviewed
each recommendation. The
following Items were agreed
upon to be presented to the
School Board for approval at
their meeting following the
workshop:
NEaED $351,429.00
Plan A Flexible Spending Ac-
count -$43,500.00
Risk Ma0agement Insurance
Savings -$32,000.00
Employee Insurance Deduc-
tions " -$175,714.00
Fund Balance
$60,000.00
DCHS Maintenance Position,
beginning 10/1/10 -
$28,000.00
Reduce school budgets by
10% -$12,215.00
Balance 'Z
0
SCHOOL BOARD CONTRI-
BUTION
EMPLOYEE CONTRIBUTION
$175,715.00
$175,714.00


Workshop meeting adjourned
at 6:10 p.m.


ATTEST:
SIGNED:
Mark A. Rains, Superinten-
dent
Timothy Alexander, School
Board Chair

Minutes of Special
Meeting of
THE SCHOOL BOARD
OF DIXIE COUNTY,
'.FLORIDA
Friday, May 14, 2010 -
6:1 5p.m.

The Dixie County School
.Board met In special session
at 6:15 p.m. on Friday, May
14, 2010 In the School Board
Meeting Facility, Old Town,
Florida. .
Present: Superintendent
Mark A. Rains, School Board
Members Timothy Alexander,
David Keen, Glenn Osteen,
Cheryl Pridgeon, and
Dwayne Rollson, and School
Board Attorney Leenette
McMillan.
Chairman Alexander called
the meeting to order.
Motion by David Keen, sec-
ond by Glenn Oqseen, the
School Board unanimously
approved the Agenda.
No Citizen Input.
REGULAR AGENDA
Superintendent Rains pre-
sented, for discussion and ap-
proval, a recommendation to
add the H SA- Plan 5180
and H S A - Plan 5181 to the
Blue Cross Blue Shield Health
Insurance Plans, effective Jul)
1,2010.
A motion was made to ap-
prove the recommendation by
Dwayne Rotson, second by
Cheryl Pridgeon, and unani-
mously approved by the
School Board.

Superintendent Rains pre-
Sented, for discussion and ap,
proval, the 2010-2011 BCBS-
FL medical Insurance contract
with a' recommendation of the
. following savings In an effort
to help reduce Insurance
costs for employees: Plan A
Flexible Spending Account to
$0 dollars for a total savings
of $43,500; Risk Management
' Insurance savings Of $32,000;
SFund Balance deductions for
a total of $60,000; Mainte-
nance position at Dixie Coun-
Sty High School not to be filled
after 10/1/10 for a savings of
$28,000; approximately 11%
In school budgets at each
school for a savings of ap-
proximately $12,215. Em-
. ployees will contribute
$175,714.

A motiqn was made to ap-
prove the recommendation by
herylI Pridgeon, second by
David Keen, and unanimously
approved by the School
Board.
Motion by Glenn Osteen, sec-
ond by David Keen and unan-
imously approved by the
Schoo Board to adjourn.

Attest:
Signed:
Mark A. Rains, Superinten-.
dent
Timothy W. Alexander, Chair-
man #


place - Katie Jones
2nd place - Aaron Ammon
3th place - Megan Maynard
Honorable Mention - Serena Berry, Latrel Brown, Hannon
Chewning, Ivey Sapp, Whitney Stemple
Seventh grade pictures - 1st place - Hannah Robson
2nd place - Morgan Bruce
3th place - Justin Hart
Honorable Mention - Trey Fowler, Sarah Hurst, Caylan John-
son, Shelbie McCall, Rebecca Neal, Allison Peacock
Eight grade pictures - 1st place - Cassie Lord
2nd place - Zach Music
3th place - Blake Apodaca
Honorable Mention - Kendall Bush, Brad Cooper, Dalton Dil-
ger,
Tristan Pickern, Dylan Reed, Brittney Smith
Best of Fair - Callie Farmer, 1st place - Eli Long, Jessica
Storey
The entire Ruth Rains Middle School faculty and staff are
extremely proud of the efforts of their students and the assis-
tance of parents and judges in this event. We applaud all
those that competed and participated in this educational
event.




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'CLASS Of 2011 STUDENTS AND

PARENTS


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Tuesday, June 22, 2010 at 5:30 PM in the Bank of America
building. Please make every attempt to be present at this
meeting as our Senior Trip plans will be discussed and de-
cided upon. Please enter the bank building at the back door
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Ruth Rains Middle School recently held their biannual sci-
ence fair involving the sixth, seventh and eight grades. Ap-
proximately 400 projects were submitted to be judged as well
as graded. The projects needed to be of an experimental de-
sign and included a background research paper associated
with their experiment.
S 1Students spent many hours in and out of the class-
room to accomplish their projects. Their projects varied in
the different
science fields.
Physical sci-
ence, botany,
biology,
chemistry
and environ-
mental sci-

only a few of
theprojects r
evaluated. -
Students
were judged
on the follow-
ing criteria:
Creative ability, scientific thought, thoroughness, technical
skill, neatness arid display Teachers were looking for experi-
mental design, data and graphs of their experimental results.


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Mr. and Mrs. Edward Marsh of Cross City, Florida and Mr.
and Mrs. Jimmy Gladwell, III of Williston, Florida announce
the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their children,
Meagan Renee Marsh to Raymond Charles Gladwell.
Meagan is a 2004 graduate of Dixie County High School, a
2009 graduate of Santa Fe Community College where she re-
ceived her AA degree and a 2010 graduate of Central Florida
Community College where she received a degree in cosmotol-
ogy. She is the granddaughter of Judy and Eddie Marsh of
Cross City, Florida; the late Myrna Copeland Pate of Trenton,
Florida,and the late James Claude Copeland of Cross City,
* Florida. Also the great granddaughter of the late Mattie
Stevens of Williston, Florida, and the late Paul and Vera Pin-
ner of Cross City, Florida.Raymond is a 2003 graduate of
Williston High School, a 2006 graduate of the Citrus County
Fire College and a 2008 graduate of the University of Florida
in Gainesville, Florida, where he received a Bachelorate De-
gree in Food and Resource Economics. He is the grandson
of the late Jimmy L. Gladwell, Jr. and Billie Gladwell of
Starke, Florida, George and Mildred Adams of Williston,
Florida, and Bill and Dot Cauley of Jacksonville, Florida.
Raymond and Meagan plan to reside in Williston, Florida.
They got engaged in December and are having an October,
2010 wedding at the bride elects home in Old Town, Florida.
Please plan to share this special day with us. For more infor-
mation, visit www.raymondandmeagan.com


Thank you to the following
people for their kind dona-
tion of door prizes and.
time to last weeks festivi-
ties of National Nursing
Home Week. Paul Gainey,
Michael Osteen, Daniel
Landrum, Haven Hospice,
Caroline McCrae, Ruthie
Jackson,JoeWeatherwax,
Billie Jo Tompkins, Amy
Osteen & Elizabeth Mont-
gomery. We did daily door
prizes, pizza party, mani-
cures, pedicures, facials,
and massages as a week
long luxury week for all the
very hard labor that each
and every one of them do
on a daily basis.


I would also like to ex-,
tent an invitation to all our
local politicians to call in
an make a date to come up
and meet our residents and
get to know them each one
during your campaign. Our
first visit will be with Mr.
Michael Osteen on Thurs-
day June 17th at 2 o'clock.
Michael will be hosting an
Ice Cream Sundae and Ba-
nana Split Party while tak-
ing time to talk to our resi-
dents and introducing him-
self as a candidate for
County Judge. Any of the
local candidates are wel-
comed to schedule an ap-
pointment to come in for a
meet and greet as many of
our resident still vote ei-
ther by going to the polls or
by absentee ballot. Thank
you to everyone in the com-
munity who always make
our events such a huge suc-
cess, with all of you in this
wonderful community we
have been truely blessed.
Thanks Again, Jennie Sue
Cunningham, Cross City
Rehab


Pictured I-r, are Ed and Margaret Butler James and Carla
Butler and Mary and Carl Hill.
James and Carla Butler celebrated their 50th wedding an-
niversary on Friday. June 11. 2010. To celebrate this special
day in their life, they traveled back to Niagara Falls, where
they spent their honeymoon 50 years ago.
We love you, mom and dad!
Love your children, grandchildren
and great-grandchildren


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Grandson Landon, you
are the apple of our eye.

It's been an amazing
year watching you grow,
we look forward to many
more.

We are so bless to have
you for a grandson we
love you very much!

Love always, Papa.&
Grandma


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We love you very much and are so thankful for our
little Sunshine Turkey.
Love Daddy, Momma, Rosemary, Chelsea, Bobby, and Brennan


Jonathan and Raylee Jenkins are proud to announce the
arrival of their baby brother, Weston Frank Jenkins. He
was born on May 10,2010 at The North Florida Women's
Center. He weighed 8 lbs and 4 oz, and was 20 %2 inches
long.
His parents are John and Terri Jenkins. Maternal grand-
parents are Frank and Teeny Osteen. Paternal Grandpar-
ents are Albert and Martha Cassidy and the late Ray Jenk-
ins. All from Cross City, Fl.
He was welcomed home by Mama, Daddy, and a host of
family and friends.

Happy
Fathers
Day
We love
and miss
you,
Ramond,


Crystal &
Lil
Raymond


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Gabrielle Weaver
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Heather Haines
Hoss Dyals
Hunter Hamilton
Jessica Silva
Jorge Martinez
Juliann Smith
Katelynn Keen
Kayla R6senberg
Kelsey Langford
Lauren Marcu
Lelia Hamrick
Livia Bennett
Macy Roberts
Maddison Robson
Madisson Jones
Madilyn Ryan
Mary Herrera
Mary Whittington
Nathan Michael
Nathan Sesock
Piper Nelson
Rayleigh Goble
Robert Mobsby
Rylan Lord
Rylie Barnette
Savanna Dyals
Savannah Jackson
Scottie Henning
Sheldon Hoover
Sierra Bergstrom
Sion Lauderdale
Timber Lord
Wayne Gerhardt
Wesley Matthews
A-B Honor Roll
5th Grade
Alli Pinner
Alyssa Chavous
Burgundy Knight
Charlene Edwards
Christa Marchant
D. J. Rogers
Dakota McConnell
David McCullers
Jonathan Ardilla
Kayla Smith
Kimberly Jackson
Megan Phillips
Shelby Keen
Tristan Hait
4th Grade
Austin- Collins
Brad Keen
Branden Brown
Brandon Eady
Camerson Castner
Codie Withrow
Cordale Lewis
Daniel Bennett
Daniela Ortega
Dustin Bennett
Dustin Easterly
Dylan Jones
Emily DeHart
Madison Farmer
Madison Houtsma
Nora Rouse
Richard Sickler
Sabrina Folsom
Serenity Ball
Skyler Lashley
William Garner
Zachary Crosley
3rd Grade
Brison Timmons
Cameron Mills
Crystal Castle
Jasmyn Mincks
Jeannie Greene
Jeremy Morse
Jordan Keebler
Kylee Langford
Marisol Garcia
Matthew Mega
Moranda Challis
Rosie Hait
Ryan Lore
Thomas Phelps
Turner, Austin
2nd Grade
Austin Roberts
Brittany Strickland
Cassidy Langford
Cheyanne Hall
Ciarra Shelton
Courtney Andrews
Crystal Cherry
Emilee Loy
Jessie McDonald
John Simmons
Jordan Henning
Juliann Hines
Kayli Audette
Krystal Barahona
Nadiya Tedder
Shaylyn Goodspeed
Shelbi Jeffries
Sheralynn Richards
Takia King
Trayley Edenfield
Trinity Sapp
Triston Weaver
Tyler Thomas

1st Grade
Aaron Geer
Carmin Wimberley
Clarissa Powers
Connor Bechtold
Dakota Davis


Franklin Mays
Kayla Kline
Kyleigh Landrum
Lee Hancock
Logan Foster
Melvin Musante
Nikos Lazaris
Ozie Grimes
Shelby Buyllock
Violet Dillon


SRWMD going to sell off
"surplus" lands

LIVE OAK, FL, June 15, 2010
- The Suwannee River Water
Management District's Gov-
erning Board on June 8 ap-
proved several parcels of
District-owned lands to be
declared as surplus and for
the District to enter into a
contract with a group of bro-
kers to market the proper-
ties.

The board approved about
280 acres for surplus on
parcels in Hamilton,
Gilchrist, Dixie, Madison
and Suwannee counties.
The surplus lands approved
by the board are scheduled
for appraisal and marketing,
along with seven other tracts
that were previously ap-
proved. Proceeds from land
sales will be used to fund fu-
ture purchases of property
with a greater environmental
value.

"Rather than selling entire
parcels, we are simply re-
defining tract boundaries,"
said Joe Flanagan, District
director of land acquisition
and management. "Sellers
are sometimes unwilling to
divide property that is of-
fered to the District. There-
fore, when the District pur-
chases environmentally sen-
sitive lands, they sometimes
come with portions of prop-
erty that have minimal con-
servation value."

"The surplus lands program
will allow us to acquire land
that better meets the Dis-
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The District will evaluate all
District-owned property to
identify portions of land no
longer needed for conserva-
tion purposes. Land that
does not have one or more of
the following characteristics
will be considered for sur-
plus: river frontage, flood-
plain acreage, wetlands
acreage, aquifer recharge ar-
eas, adequate public access
and management practicali-
ty
To date, about 700 acres have
been declared surplus out of
the 160,000 acres of District-
owned land.

The District may retain cer-
tain ownership rights of
property that is sold to en-
sure environmental qualities
remain preserved.

Properties considered for
surplus ard reviewed by the
District's Surplus Lands
Committee before considera-
tion by the Governing Board.
The public is encouraged to
provide input in the process.
The next committee meeting
is scheduled for June 22 at
1:30 p.m. at the District's
headquarters on the corner
of U.S. 90 and C.R. 49 in Live
Oak. For more information
-contact Joe Flanagan at 386-
362-1001.

The District acquires and
manages lands for flood con-
trol, water quality protection
and natural resource conser-
vation. District lands are
available for public use for
recreational opportunities,
such as hunting, fishing, hik-
ing, camping and horseback
riding.

Commercial fishing license
renewal period extended

Gov. Charlie Crist is giving Flori-
da's commercial fishermen and
seafood dealers an extra three
months to renew their licenses
this year. The governor an-
nounced this action to help re-
duce financial hardships Flori-
da's fishing communities al-e ex-
periencing due to the BP Deep-
water Horizon oil spill in the
Gulf of Mexico.

"The commercial fishing indus-
try needs some time to regroup
because of misperceptions that
Florida's seafood has been affect-
ed by the oil spill," Gov. Crist
said. "Our fishermen continue
to harvest abundant amounts of
fresh Florida seafood to supply
fish markets and restaurants for
people to enjoy, and we want to
do whatever we can to help them
continue to do that."

The Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission (FWC)
-has issued an order, which states
that wholesale dealer, retail deal-
er and saltwater products licens-
es, endorsements and tags cur-
rently in effect for the 2009-2010
license year are extended from
July 1 until Sept. 30. This exten-
sion will allow the industry to
harvest, purchase, sell or trans-
port saltwater products after
July 1 this year with their 2009-
2010 licenses until their licenses
are renewed for the 2010-2011
year or until Sept. 30, whichever
is sooner.

The FWC order, which can be
viewed online at
MyFWC.com/OilSpill, takes ef-
fect at 12:01 a.m. on July 1 and
will remain in effect through
Sept. 30.


I Prom Royalty


Dixie County High School would like to congratulate
Kameron Keen and Cassie Land for being voted 2010 Prom
King and Queen.


Thank You

To the good people of Dixie
County: The Dixie County High
School Beta Club is one of the
oldest in the State. Our club has
been in existence for 73 years.
During these years we have
been fortunate to have seven-
teen state officers, and TWO
NATIONAL OFFICERS.

Just recently we added our
eighteenth state officer, when
Hillary Thornton was elected
State President at the state con-
vention held in orlando, April
2010. Hillary now has the op-
portunity to run for National
President. We are in the
process of arranging for a
group og campaigners along
with Hillary to attend the Na-
tional Convention in Louisville,
Kentucky, June 30th - July 3rd.
The students will all have to
pay for their food and spending
money. I have also told them
that they wilPhave to pay foe at
least half of their travel and
hotel bills and registrations.
This still leaves the club with
the responsibility of raising
several thousand dollars in a
short period of time because of
how late in the year our State
Convention is held. The club
has sponsored a talent show,
concession stand, open gym
and chicken dinner to help
raise part of these funds, but
we still need help!

We have the opportunity to run
of our local students for na-
tional office. In addition this
year we are competing in two
other areas nationally: Tyler
Johnson in our Site Pencil and
Kaitlyn Ganus in On Site Col-
ored Pencil. The help many of
you have given us in the past,
helped us meet an incredible
goal of a National Vice Presi-
dent when Robert Robinson
was elected in 2003 and a Na-
tional President when Todd


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Mitchell was elected in 2000. We
now have the opportunity to get
our third National officer elect-
ed; along with placing national-
ly in other areas. I hope that
you will consider this an oppoe-
tunity that you do not want
Dixie County High School Club
to pass up! Any help you can
give will be greatly appreciated.
We need to raise several thou-
sand dollars if we are to accom-
plish our goal-a National Presi-
dent from Dixie County High
School.

Thank you for your continued
support of the students Dixie
County

The following students plan on
attending:.
Courtney Allen
Jessilen Beckham
Tyler Blacketer
Shayna Chewning
Tekeyah Clark
Caysi Dey
Raymond Everett
Kaitlyn Ganus
Lee Goodson
Laskeisha Hall
Shelby Hank
Laytonya Harris
Rachel.Henley
Diamond Hollis
Kayla Johns
Skylar Johns
Tyler Johnson
Cole Kruggel
Kelby Lamar
Cassie Land
Sean Liles
Lindsey Locke
i Jacob Manos
Ty Ottinger
Eron Pendarvis
Brittany Pinner
Everett Quesenberry
Lyle Skelly
Meriah Stewart
Bree Teague
Jovante Teague
Hillary Thornton
Kelsy VanAernam
Kyndal VanAernam
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Thursday June 17, 2010


Local


Scouts assist at flag ceremony


M s favorite thing
in the world is a good ba-
.nana pudding. When he was
the Pastor at Rock Sink Bap-
tist Church he would shame-
lessly beg from the pulpit for
someone to bring banana
pudding to every dinner on
the grounds. Former


Cross City resident
Joanna Wade Miller
sent me a recipe for
banana pudding
with a twist recently.
So in honor of my
Daddy for Father's
Day, here it is.

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3 cups Milk
2 tsp vanilla extract
3 large eggs
5 med ripe bananas
3/4 cup sugar
1 (1 lb) pkg Nutter Butt,
cookies
1/3 cup all-purpose flour
2 cups sweetened whipi
cream
2 tbsp butter
Whisk together first 4 i
dients in a large saucer
over med-low heat. Coo


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By Tank Lee
Flag Day doesn't get quite
attention of July 4th. We
don't get a day off from
work, there .
are no pa-
rades, and
no barbe-
ques. We
would be
hard
pressed to
imagine a
better rep-
resentation
of our patriotism than the
flag. As long as Old glory
flies, we know we're on
American soil. It all started
on June 14, 1855. Dr Bernard
Cigrand, head of the Stony
Hill School in Ozaukee
County, Wisconsin,
stretched a flag across his
desk and asked the students
to write about it. it's a cele-
bration that has been
marked by Congress as the


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whisking constantly, 15-zu
minutes or until thickened.
Remove from heat; stir in
butter & vanilla extract un-
til butter is melted.
Fill a large bowl with ice.
Place saucepan in ice, and
let stand, stirring occasion-
ally, 30 minutes or until mix-
ture is
thor-
oughly
chilled.
Mean-
while,
cut ba-
nanas
into 1/4
inch slices. Break cookies
into thirds.
Spoon half of pudding mix-
ture into a 3 qt. bowl or
pitcher. Top with bananas
and cookies. Spoon remain-
ing pudding mixture over
bananas & cookies. Top with
sweetened whipped cream.
Cover & chill 2-24 hours.
Garnish if desired.
I also got an e-mail from
Mrs. Sylvia Ruth this week
with a great recipe for fruit
salad. She said "During such
hot weather, this is a good
side dish for home or carry-'


initial honoring of the flag.
Although President
Woodrow Wilson originally
called for a day to honor the
flag on June 14, 1916, it
would take another 33 years
before President Harry Tru-
man signed an official Con-
gressional Resolution mark-
ing the day
'So why ta-
S day?' it's the
birthday of
our flag! The
SStars and
Stripes made
its debut on
June 14,
1977. After
all Old Glory
has been through, she de-
serves a little recognition.
Fly your Flag proudly!!

Did you know? Theodore
Rooseuelt was the first Pres-
ident to call his Residence
in Washington DC the
"White House". Priorty his
term, it had been called the
"Executine Mansion" on the
"Presidents House".


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1 can pineapple tidbits
2 cans mandarin oranges
1 can fruit cocktail
1 jar cherries (without
stems)
1 cup miniature marshmal-
lows
1 cup pecans or walnuts,
chopped
1 cup sour cream or more
Drain all fruit, add marsh-
mallows, nuts and sour
cream. Mix well, cover and
chill. Better the next day.
Thanks for the recipes! I
love hearing from you and
look forward to your e-
mails. Send me any tips that
have made your life easier
or recipes that have made
your taste buds sing! We are
all in the same boat. There
will always be empty bellies
and dirty dishes. There will
always be dust on the table
and dirt on the floor. A
little bit of humor and ad-
vice cam make the trip so
much easier.
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by Angel Lee
On June 14th the American Legion Post held their annual
Flag Day Flag burning ceremony and had the help of local
Cub Scout pack 24. Mr. Tank Lee and Mr. Joe Sepe grilled
hamburgers and hot dogs for the boys, and the Ladies Auxil-
iary served the food and drinks. The boys then went out to
the flag pole where they learned how to raise and lower the
flag, and how to fold it properly. Mrs. Donna Doxtater present-
ed the American Legion Post a award for their help with Cub
Scouts.
The Legion members then got the flag burning ceremony
started as they explained how things work, and why they do
it. The Cub Scouts were able to help out and be a part of it, as
they learned the steps and the procedure of proper flag burn-
ing. After going through the flag inspection part, the boys
then gave their flags to Mrs. Donna who handed them to Mr.
Hines to put in the burn barrel. The boys had a real good
time and fun learning all about the flag and'the proper ways
to handle it.


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The Dixie Explorers 4-H took part in their last community
service project of the year. They cleaned up their flower bed'
at Anderson Elementary School. All of our 4-H group has
worked really hard this year and we are very proud of them.
Thank you to all the parents and leaders for all your hard
work. Dixie Explorers 4-H


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THANK YOU!

The Dixie County High
School Class of 2011 would
like to thank the following
businesses for their gener-
ous donations that helped
make Prom 2010 successful:

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Bubba Que's Restaurant -
Cross City
Church's Chicken - Stoney
Smith
Claire & Bobby Hite - Fan-
ning Springs
Cross City Texaco
Cypress Restaurant
Dairy Queen
Dixie Quick Pic
Foodland
Hungry Howies
Kings Oil BP
Liles Ace Hardware
McDonalds
Mitch's Gold & Diamond's -
Chiefland
Rap Detail
Sea Hag Marina
Steinhatchee Ace Hardware
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School Class of 2011 would
like to thank C.C. Dickson
for their generous contribu-
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2010 a successful and cool
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Furnished 1 and 2 bedroom Condo's/
now available to rent long term @ $550
to $700. Included in rent; Cable, Inter-
net, Local calls, Hot Tub, on site laun-
dry. Call:352-498-7740 or Brian:813-677-
9640


MH 4 Rent, 2BR IBath 400.00 a month
pulse deposit in'Cross City call 498-
7632
House for rent 3BR 11/2 Bath block
house large laundry room and car-
port, fenced in back yard, located 224
NE 147th Street Cross City HUD ap-
proved. Call 210-0318
MH 4 rent 3BR 11/2 Bath 400.00 a
month. 210-0696
2BR 2Bath single wide MH in Cross
City, 400.00 a month + deposit. 498-
. 7632
For Rent
2BR 1Bath single wide
3BR 2Bath double wide
3BR IBath double wide located on 55A
No Pets, No smoking 498-3273 or 356-
2252

TIMBERS
APARTMENTS
1,2, AND 3 BR, HC & non-HC accessi-
ble apts. Rental Assistance may be
available. 231 NE 97th St., Cross City,
FL. Call 352-498-3175, TDd/TTY 711.
"This institution is an equal opportu-,
nity provider and employer."
Timbers Apartments
Available immediately a 3 bedroom
handicap accessible apartment with
rental assistance. 231 NE 97th Street,.
Cross City, FL. Call 352-498-3175, ,.
TDD/TTY 711. This institution is an
equal opportunity provider and em-
ployer.
UFN
8BR 1Bath signglewide MH with addi-
tional room on back with central heat
air on 3 acres, call 542-3377 or 578-4461
House for rent, 1BR 2BR walking dis-
sents in the Town of Cross City
450.00 a month and deposit. Call 1-407-
879-0126
;2BR 1Bath on 5 acre's out in the cbun.
ftry-section 8 housing 400.00 a month
pulse deposit, call 542-9952



Higginbothams Store: we have peas
and Watermelons. call 542-7108
PEAS AND OKRA.......578-4355
115 Gallon fish tank, stand filters
and lid, light 200.00 Call 727-992-8747
FREE KITTENS 9 to 10 weeks old
and they are wormed. Call 498-2281
Puppy 4 sale maltese-mini york
mixed it's a male 6 weeks old and I'm
asking 150.00 Call 542-7404 or 578-4627
Dachsunds 8 weeks old with health
certs 300.00 call 352-535-7733
Picked okra for sale call 542-7648


31FT FIFTH WHEEL 2002 2 slides
16,500.00. call 542-2023
1988 SKYLINE 28 FOOT BUMPER
PULL camper good condition. 3700.00
or OBO. Call 356-2009 leave message
1994 ISUZU PICKUP truck high speed -
A/C 98000 miles, 1550.00. Call 356-2009
leave message
For Sale 1992 sky line MH signal
wide 2BR 1 l/2Bath 14x56 asking
6,000.00. call Jason at 210-2267 or 498-
5616

DELL Computer monitor, old-style,
big $10.00 498-7524 .
Business printer $20 498-7524
EDUCATIONAL SMART CYCLE for
kids $20
498-7524
BAJA MINI BIKE 300.00 4 speed 4x4
tranny with transfer case 500.00, 2
transfer cases 300.00 a piece, call 352-
260-6130


GRAIN FED BEEF steaks, roasts,
ground beef, and more. USDA in-
spected. No hormones Evergreen
Polled Herefords 352-498-0880. ever-
greenherefordbeef.com
GRAIN FED BEEF- hormone free.
%a, % or whole, $1.50 per lb, live
weight plus slaughter, cut and wrap.
Evergreen Polled Herefords 352-498-
0880 or 352-542-7135
Attention Granny's of Dixie County.
PLease if you have a favorite recipe
. that you would like to send me. I'm
going to make a cookbook called
Dixie County FL. Granny's and I
will put you recipe and name in it
picture to if you like. My daughter
is going to go to Korea with a ex-
change student and needs to raise
some money Please send recipes to
Lydia Hunt 179 NE 144 St
Cross City FL32628
Deadline is May 15th 1352-578-5778
FRIGIDARE WINDOW UNIT hot
and cold brand new asking 500.00
never been-used.
Old fashion clever knife 200 years
old. Asking 50.00. Call 498-0402
17FT KEY LARGO OPEN Fisher-
men Boat, 1999 15 Horse Motor, Nev-
er been in Salt Water, with Trailer.
Asking 3500.00 Call 542-0662
COMPAQ LAPTOP computer, DVD
Player/ Recorder, Windows XP
300.00 Call 498-7040
GATEWAY DESKTOP computer,
19in monitor, keyboand / mouse,
baston sound system, stand up
phone, DVD player, converts to TV,
Windoxs 98, lexmark printer copier.
325.00 Call 498-7040 '
COMPUTER.DESK (50"x24") honey
oak, closed computer compartment,
keyboard sheft, file drawers, disc
storage, matching hutch and two 5ft
bookcases. 300.00 Call 498-7040

FOR SALE: Dutchman camper, 35
ft., 30,000 KW generator on trailer,
Sea Lion boat - needs work, Air
boat.. Call for more information or
to see. Cedric or Chris Lord 498-
5841.
Chest freezer 4x38 $50. 352-2814830.
Beige Sectional sofa $200, Custom
made gun cabinet holds 8, $500 OBO,
Washer/Dryer $200 Call 904-657-3350.
SSilver Camper top 100.00. Call 542-
;9424
88 Chevy K5 Blazer V8 New tires PS
PB 3,000.00 (BO 352-258-3428
93 transport van 10 passenger A/C
runs good 2,000.00 OBO Call 498-6043
or 356-2236
MH 4 sale 1992 10x60 newly remodeled
w/ deck 3BR IBath must be moved
'6'000.00. call 498-2687
Tanning bed 30 bulb face tanner su-
per, asking 1800.00. call 578-5961
6 church pews 16 ft long 100.00 a
piece , piano 100.00 call 498-7167


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CNA wanted apply at Suwannee
. River Econonic council 498-2714
contact H. Johnson for further
info.

Need a reliable Babysitter Mon-
Fri, will babysit in my home be-
tween Trenton and Bell call
356-1485.
4


Need a babysitter in my home
Mon-Fri and some Saturdays
please call Glorianna at
352-578-5683

Third Judicial Circuit
Foreclosure Case manager
OPS Position
For more information go to
wwwjud3.flcourts.org
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JOB VACANCY
Dixie District Schools
Position: Payroll/Benefits
Specialist
Job Location: Business
Services at Old Town Education
Center
Qualifications: 1) Bachelor's Degree;
preferable with a major in account-
ing
2) Three (3) years bookkeeping ex-
perience; preferable in a Florida
school system
3) Basic Accounting and
Business courses preferred
Contact:
Ken Baumer, Assistant
Superintendent for
Instructional Services
Dixie District Schools
PO Box 890
Cross City, Florida 32628
Phone (352) 498-6149
FAX (352) 498-1308
Term of Employment:
Beginning July 1,2010,
(250 Days Per Year)
Application Deadline: June 24, 2010
(3:00 PM)
WE ARE AN AFFIRMATIVE AC-
TION / EQUAL OPPORTUNITY
EMPLOYER
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including buying or renting
your equipment. For all of your
water problems call your local
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DOWNING (352) 356-0474 or (352)
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JIM'S PRESSURE WASH &
PAINT
Since 1985. Please call
Pastor Jim Hurst.
(352) 498-3023
(352) 356-3831

DIXIE MONUMENTS serving
North Central Florida, for 16
years. Open Tuesday-Friday 84.
Saturday 8-12 or call for appoint-
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enue (behind McCrabb Church) 7
miles North of Old Town on Hwy
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THOUGHTS
What disease did cured ham
have?

What's the difference between
unique and very unique?

We'put in our two cents, but
only get a penny for our
thoughts. Who gets the extra
penny?

When do you become important
enough to be considered assas-
sinated and not just murdered?

Can you cry under water?

Who decided that a round pizza
should be put in a square box?

When you get to heaven, are
you stuck for eternity wearing
the same clothes you were
buried in?

Why did we put a man on the
moon before we realized it
would be a good idea to make
luggage with wheels?

Why are actors IN movies but
ON television?

Why does a dog get mad at you
if you blow in his face, but then
stick his head out the window
when you take him for a car
ride?


ORK WANTED
'ard work, odd jobs etc...
reasonable. rates 352-578-4252'

Work Wanted: loving mother
of three, looking to keep a
couple of children in my
home in Cross City Monday-
Friday and some Saturdays.
Please call Mrs. Cherry at
578-5683 '

DEPENDABLE STAY AT HOME
MOM looking to babysitt in my
home.All time slots available, af-
fordable rates, non smoking,'
non drinking home no indoor
pets please call 352-542-3210

SUMMER CHILD CARE avail-
able for $5.00 per day, call Janna
for more information at
(352)682-0617,.

Will work 16 to 20 hours a week
watching elderly people, clean-
ing and shopping if needed call
Marie 542-2576


BARGAINS

GALORE!
ANNUAL YARD
SALE!!


The First United Methodist
Church of Cross City will spon-
sor their Annual Yard Sale to
benefit the Vacation Bible
School program on Saturday,
June 26, 2010, in the Liles Fel-
lowship Hall. If you have been to
these before, you know what a
treat is in store forthe smart
shoppers in the area! A huge
array of everything imaginable
willbe on sale at bargain base-
ment prices.We will also have a
great bake sale for your sweet
tooth. Be sure to come out on Sat-
urday, June 26th, beginning at
8:00 AMuntil 1:00 PM. Liles Fel-
lowship Hall, First United
Methodist Church ofCross City,
across from the park, behind the
Courthouse. See you there!


ACROSS
1. Cruise
accommodation
6. Beast's abode
10. "Cheers"
bartender
13. Single-handedly
14. Captain Nemo's
creator
15. New Haven
collegian
16: Cocktail sauce
ingredient
18. Suffix with beat
or refuse
19. In an array
20. Those with clout
21. Bridge player's
combo
23. Hourly wage
25. Doggoned
26. Read carefully
29. Twist and squirm
30. Geological span
31. Services partner
32. Sock sound
35. Place in the
House
36. Metric weight
37. Hemingway
moniker
38. Rock's Nugent
39. _ du jour
40. Walkie-talkie
acknowledgment
41. Feeds, as a fire
43. Report card
signer
44. In fetters
46. Transvaal trekker
47. "Johnny Eager"
Oscar winner
Van
48. Costa del _
49. "Picnic"
playwright
53. Grand __ Opry
54. Low-ranking
mafioso
57. Poker payoff
58. One of the Coen
brothers
-59. Lecherous looker


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12. Amplified, in a
way ,
14. It may sport the
letters NEWS
17. Baptism, e.g.
22. To the _ degree
24. Baseball bat
wood
25. Hive denizen
26. Irksome sort
27. Olympics blade
28. Driver ed topic
29. Habitual ways
31. Wounded at
Pamplona
33. Ready for
business
34. Toad feature
36. "Pay attention"
37. Meal for
Goldilocks
39. Pine or spruce,
e.g.


40. Actress _ Da\
Chong
42. "Shop._ you
drop"
43. Sport you can't
play left-handei
44. Pork servings
45. Ancient serf
46. Petty officer, fo
short
48. Hang out
50. Aswan Dam's
river
51. Social goofball
52. Goes astray
55. Resistance unit
56. Hack off


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SHeart of the Hammock
. Humane Society
Saturday, June 19


.PLANT SALE
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HUGE PLANT SALE
Holly trees and shrubs
Red Maple, Drake Elm
1 gal $1.50*
3 gallon $5.00
Assorted Peppers and
Tomatoes 1 gall. $1.50
3 gallon $3.50 producing
*excluding shilling

A & K NURSERY
352-356-1189
MON.- SAT. 9-5
HWY.19 N CROSS CITY


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American Profile Hometown ContenT

60. Sloppy digs
61. __ Martin
(cognac brand)
62. Sneaks a look

DOWN
1. "All the Way
lyricist Sammy
2. Burn soother
3. Afghanistan's
Tora region
4. Give a lesson to
5. Alumna bio word
6. Watch readouts,
for short
7. Jackie O's
second
8. Way to take
things
9. Cooks, as
leftovers
10. Hill gofer
11. Mad Hatter's
guest











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The Dixie County Advocate Thursday June 17, 2010


Stuff to Do


FMSlll OFTU O


Dixie County Friends of
NRA
Thursday June 17
at RRMS
981 SE CR 351
Social Hour 6 pm
Dinner 7:30 PM
Price $35 per person

All net proceeds benefit
youth education, range devel-
opment, conservation efforts
plus many other qualified ed-
ucational programs
Contact Michael Osteen
498-6699 for more info

0.00 of the total ticket prices a tax de-
ductive contribution


. POST 91

The American Legion Post
91 and it's Auxiliary Unit 91
will be installing the newly
elected officers on the 17th
on June 2010. There will a
light fare with drinks(coffee
or tea) with proceedings
starting after. We ask all
members to attend and any-
one interested in being part
of the American Legion to
come out. The Post is locat-
ed on State Road 129 be-
tween Trenton and Bell next
to the FFA arena(Blue build-
ing with the Flags flying.
Hope to see you there.

FOR GOD and COUNTRY
Leeman White Commander


Dixie County Public Library
Invites you to
Make a Splash @ Your Library!
Wednesday Mornings at 10:00 AM

June 16 Clifford the Big Red Dog
June 23 Ronald McDonald
June 30 It's Flubber Time!
July 7 Farmer MePeepers & His
Missing Milk Cows and
Dixie Soil & Water Conservation
Sernice
July 14 Indians & Wildlife wirh Ranger Pam
July 21 Rockin' with Rooks

The 2010D Florida Library Y uth Pgram s a fun fillN program inign for
elementary nchonl agpd rhidren t enrourage them to became lifelong rEmdvrs
sad library users.
This prram raphauizs the vatue a the publi hbrary ari th e aervirr it
effern, and pro .tat,; :" ,* ,. far children t� txplore the -wealth f
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Attention Osteens

Osteen Family Reunion Saturday June 26, 2010 at the 1st
district community building on Hwy 349. Lunch served at
12:00 please bring a side dish and desert, and come early
and stay late.
Everyone welcome to come. You may call Annie Osteen 498-
5076


RONALD McDONALD�
TO APPEAR AT DIXIE COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY

(CROSS CITY, FLORIDA)
(June 2, 2010) McDonald's *
own Ronald McDonald� will
make a special appearance
at Dixie County Public Li-
brary on Wednesday, June
23, 2010 at 10:00 a.m..
Ronald� will present Ronald's� Reading
Rangers to children ages 10 and younger.
This is a free program open to children
ages 10 and under. During the appear-
ance, Ronald� will read stories to the
children, perform magic, and "in-
duct" the children into
Ronald's� Reading Rangers!. 4
The Ronald's� Read- . 0_
ing Rangers Program
teaches children about f
how much fun it is to read and encourages
them to find time to read during the sum-
mer. Following Ronald's� appearance, each
child in attendance will receive a Ronald's@
Reading Rangers certificate.


Ronald McDonald's� appearance at
Dixie County Public Library is completely
underwritten and made possible by McDon-
ald's� of Cross City and owner/operator
Andree Kocian. Located at 562 N.W. 1st Ave.,
the owner and management strongly sup-
SB port educational initia-
J o tives that improve the
comm lives of children in
Y this community.
One of the most recogniz-
able celebrities in the world,
�.vv- * Ronald McDonald� makes ap-
pearances worldwide, spreading
happiness and fun wherever he
~goes. He is also the inspi-
EiU rational leader of
lllRonald McDonald
SHouse Charities�, which
Helps children live better, happi-
er and healthier lives. His efforts
are a part of McDonald's ongoing
commitment to social responsibility and giv-
ing back to the community. For more infor-
mation, go to www.mcdonalds.com.


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Suwannee River Eagles
Post # 4520
27844 SE Hwy 19 - Old Town -
(352) 542-0630

Women's Auxiliary Hosting A
Continental Breakfast
Sunday - June 20th, 2010 -
9am till 11am
Father's Day Meatloaf
Dinner with all the Trim-
mings-Even Dessert
5pm - 7pm


AMERICAN LEGION
AUXILIARY HOSTS DINNER
FOR FATHERS' DAY
American Legion Auxiliary Unit
383 is having a dinner for all of
our Fathers. The event is Sun-
day, June 20th, from 1 PM until 4
PM at the Post. Ham and bots are
on the menu. So ladies bring our
your fathers, husbands, etc., for
an afternoon of fun - music will
be provided and a $5 donation to
cover costs is asked.


MCCRABB

BAPTIST

CHURCH


Come join us at VACATION
BIBLE SCHOOL- Where you
can have fun, learn more
about the Bible and we
would love to have you.
SADDLE RIDGE
RANCH
June 21st - June 25th
6:00PM - 8:30PM Church
Phone 542-2207 - or for ride
call - Bro. Foy - Cell 356-2294


fixIe ,orseman's

Assoctaffon

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A Club Roping was held on
June 4th, with our next rop-
ing scheduled for this Friday,
June 18th. Sign up is at.7pm.
The roping will begin at 8pm.
Winners from June 4th were:
Headers - 1st Place Daniel
Bell, 2nd Place Daniel Kight,
3rd Place Travis Smith. Heel-
ers: 1st Place Ron Walton,
2nd Place Colman Davis.

Our next scheduled Game
Day is this Saturday, June
19th with sign ups starting at
5pm.
Come on out to the Dixie
Horseman's Arena on the
Airport Road and join in on
the fun!

ATTINTIOM:


CLASSES OF
1970,1871 AND
1972

We are planning a joint class
reunion on Carnival.
April25, 2011.
Email
dchs2011reunion@gnail.com
for info, or contact Carol
McKinney West 498-5572.


DON'T LET LIP CANCER BE YOUR LEGACY.


Join Dr. Illya "Elliott" Novikov
for a Free Oral Cancer Screening!


Cross City Dental, 117 NE 351 Hwy, Cross City
Friday, June 18th, 2010, 9am until 12 noon


No Appointment needed!
Everybody is Welcome!




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Every 1st and 3rd Saturday at the
Suwannee River Shrine Club.
1/2 mile north of Fanning Springs on Hwy 26


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Thursday June 17, 2010


www. dcadvocate.net


Obituaries. and Faith


Neil R. Lett
May 5, 1937-June 2, 2010


Neil R. Lett was born in Miami, and lived most of his life
in various parts of the state, settling in Fanning Springs
15 years ago. Neil began his career in 1960 with the Sher-
iff's Department in Dade County, Florida, after serving 4
years in the Air Force. In 1969 while on duty, Neil was
shot 3 times by a suspected felon. At that time he was not
expected to live, but he recovered and was given a gift of
an additional 41 years of life. After retirement from Dade
County, he worked for several years as the police chief of
Callaway, Florida.

Neil's health started to decline the last several years and
he suffered alot of pain. During the last few months he
had been in and out of the VA hospital, but was unable to
rally and died at the VA Hospital in Gainesville, on June
2, 2010 with family members by his side.

He is survived by his wife of 52 years, Teresa Lett and
three sons: James, Neil and Robert. He is also survived by
his six grandchildren: Sean, Jamie, Anthony, Ashley,
James D. and Bobbi.

Neil was an avid hunter and until recent years, an avid
fisherman as well. He has been a member of the Dade
County PBA for 50 yedrs, a charter member of the Suwan-
nee River Boat Club and an American Legion Post mem-
ber in Old Town. He was also a member of the Suwannee
River Loal Order of Moose for the past 14 years. He was
loved by his family and will be greatly missed.

A celebration of his life was held Saturday, June 12th, at
1:30 pm at the Usher House, 239 NE 31st Avenue, Old
Town, FL 32680. For further information please call Tere-
sa Lett, 352-463-3730.


VBS

at St. John


We will be having Va-
cation Bible School at
St. John The Evange-
list on June 28th thru
July 2nd. (9AM to
Noon). Please call
(352)-493-9723 to regis-
ter.


FIRST BAPTIST OF
STEINHATCHEE NEWS
* # We wish to send a special
"thank you" to Jim and Joyce
Hunt, owners of Fiddler's
Restaurant for frying all the
chicken for our recent Revival.
It was absolutely de- o-li-ci-ous!
We certainly do appreciate all
that finger-licking fried chick-
en!
# Last week we had Missions
Sunday with Dr. Dave and Jean-
nie Douglass, from ALL NA-
TIONS OUTREACH MINISTRY!
They shared a video of their
work all around the world! Pas-
tor Douglass pastored here
within the states for twenty-
four years, then GOD called
him to go to other countries to
spread the gospel! His heart is
serving in Thailand, but they
have gone to nineteen other
countries sharing GOD with the
many people that have never
heard! Their home church is
Calvary Baptist Church at Mid-
dleburg, Florida. He stated that
in 52 countries in the world, it
is illegal to own a Bible. Yet we
all have that freedom, and do
we even care to use the Bible?
Do we share GOD'S word with
our neighbors and friends? Do
we have these freedoms and
abuse them, folks! There just
might come a day that we do
not have the freedom to wor-
ship, the freedom to have our
own Bibles, much less choose
the church we attend!! Will we
be facing another Madeline
O'Hare situation! Are we prais-
ing God for these wonderful
freedoms in our lives? JUST A
THOUGHT: Like a compass, the
Bible always points us in the
right direction! Where is your
Bible now? What direction are
you heading today? In Pakistan,
people will be put to death if
they are Christians. If you be-
come a Christian, then your
parents will loose their home
and land. We as Americans
take so much for granted!
Please do not turn your back on
GOD! HIS Holy Word and the
true peace of a forgiven soul!
We welcome each of you to
come join for Sunday School at
9:45 and church services begin-
ning at 11:00 A.M. and evening
services at 6:00 P.M. We can
learn about GOD and HIS love
together! Feeling a bit worth-
less and worn out? Remember:
GOD takes trade-ins......HE will
give you a new life!
# Our special in music was
Harry Gatlin singing: "I Would-
n't Take Nothing For My Jour-
ney Now. "A song was sang in
honor of Mrs. Freddie Hires
for her love, dedication, service
and friendship here at First
Baptist! It is one of her fa-
vorites: "Roses Will Bloom
Again"! GOD really made her


SonQuest


Rain Forest

at Cross City Church of God
(Follow Jesus on a life
changing adventure) Kick-
off is Sunday, June 20 and
the VBS ends on Friday
June 25th

Hours are 6:00-8:45


soooo special!!
# Praise The LORD for the deci-
sion that Jamie Hoffman made
on Sunday morning! She is the
daughter of Stephen and Ami
Reed!
# There will be a meeting for
anyone that wants to work in
Bible School this summer on
June 27th, after the evening ser-
vice. The theme is "Saddle
Ridge Ranch"! VBS will be from
6:00-8:00 P.M. on July 26th
through 30th, ages Kinder-
garten thru 6th grades! Part-
ners,you-all make plans now for
a rootin -tootin time in VBS!
# Our love and prayers go out
to Freddie Hires as she leaves
with 10 kids for Camp Weikiva,
Joy Enrich, Patty Lamb, Anita
Evesckidge, Kenny Jordan,
Rachel Henley, Shannon Bratch-
er, Dank Southerland, Sylvia
and Sam Gaston, Mark Good-
man family, Sidney Whitesby,
Jean Lamb, Darlene Geiger,
John and Karen Callahan in
Central Indonesia, pray for
their safety there , Tommie
Eastridge, Pat Gamble, Janice
Morrow, Beatrice Peters,
Manuel Bratcher, Herman
Wood, folks fighting drinking
and drug problems, the unspo-
ken request, and all our mis-
sionaries around the world.
# The future belongs to those
who believe in the beauty of
their dreams! Do we dream of
going to Heaven someday? Are
we living a life that will give us
a Heavenly ticket? Where are
you going, my friend? Will it be
smoking or non smoking? . Al-
ways Sandy Coleman


r


Vacation Bible School at Old Town
United Methodist Church
June 21- 25

The Starship Galactic
Praise is preparing to blast
off on Monday June 21 at
the Old Town United
Methodist Church. Begin-
ning at 5:00 PM each
evening, this year's Vaca-
tion Bible School promises
to be an Out of This World
experience. All children
ages 4-12 are invited to Va-
cation Bible School, Mon-
day, June 21 through Friday,
June 25. The activities start
with a snack supper and
conclude at 9:00 PM each
evening.

,The Starship Galactic
Praise will take the children
on adventures into space
and back in time to Bible
Land. Children are invited
to become space cadets as
they explore different as-
pects of God's love, learn
praise songs, enjoy making
neat crafts and study scien-
tific phenomena on each
mission. The first mission
is the creation of the uni-
verse; on their second mis-
sion the cadets will meet
Elijah on the top of Mt.
Horeb. On the third mis-
sion the cadets travel to
Samaria and meet a woman
at Jacob's well. The fourth
mission is in Jericho where
they meet the blind beggar


Please study the plan of



SALVATION


Hebrews 5:9,11:6
Romans 1:16
1 Corinthians 15:1-4
Romans 10:9-10
Matthew 28:18-19
Romans 6:3-7
Acts 2:36-41
Mark 16:15-16
Colossians 2:11-13,1:13-14
Galations 1:6-9
Hebrews 4:12
2 Corinthians 5:10


John 14:6
Acts 4:12

Matthew 10:32-33

John 3:1-5
Acts 8:30-39
1 Peter 3:21

2 Thessalonians 1:7-9
John 12:48
Romans 16:16


We love you and ask that
you pass this on.

God Will Bless You


whom Jesus heals. And on
their final mission the
cadets will hear from two
disciples and meet the
Stranger who joins them on
the road to Emmaus.

Call the church office 542-
7954 for more information
or to pre-register.


-- Roman's 15~11(?'JiV)


11 And again,
"Praise the Lord, all you Gen-
tiles, and sing praises to him, all
you peoples."


r W.R. Meeks, Jr.

MR. W R. MEEKS, JR of Ocoee, FL, formerly of Cross
City, passed away Wednesday, June 9, 2010 after a long
illness. He was 80 years of age.

He was born on July 27, 1929 in Dowling Park, FL and
lived in Cross City until he got married 63 years ago to
Betty Sue Wiggins. He was a professional long distance
truck driver, retiring from Crown Cork and Seal after 21
years and then Super Food Service, Inc. after 13 years.
He enjoyed fishing, camping, hunting and other outdoor
activities, traveling and spending time with his family.
He was a Baptist.

He is survived by his wife of 63 years, Betty Sue Wig-
gins Meeks of Ocoee, FL; children, Jean C. Barnhill
(Tom) of Ocoee, FL, William E Meeks (Patricia) of
Sheffield Lake, Ohio, and Howard Dale Meeks of Qcoee,
FL; brothers, Claude, Cazzie and Ricky Meeks; sisters,
Virginia Cope and Selma Traywick; grandchildren,
Amy Barnhill, Bill Meeks, Amanda Harriet, William
Meeks, Christina Meeks and Charles Meeks; great
grandchildren, Ashley, Will, Alycia, Chelsi, Brianna,
Brittney, Dennis, Jr, Elizabeth, Sophie, and Amber and a
host of nieces, nephews and in-laws. W R. will be dear-
ly missed by all.

Funeral services were held Saturday, June 12, 2010 at
1:00 PM at Rick Gooding Funeral Home Chapel with
Pastor Tom Barnhill officiating. Burial followed at
Cross City Cemetery A visitation was held Friday
evening, June 11, 2010 at the funeral home between the
hours of 6 and 8 PM.

Arrangements were placed under the care of Rick
Gooding Funeral Home, Cross City, Florida, 352-498-
5400.



SADDLE UP AT

MCCRABB BAPTIST CHURCH


Come join us at VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL- Where you can
have fun, learn more about the Bible and we would love to
have you. SADDLE RIDGE RANCH
- June 21st - June 25th
6:00PM - 8:30PM Church

Phone 542-2207 - or for ride call - Bro. Foy - Cell 356-2294


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New Prospect Baptist Church
US 19 * Between Cross City & Old Town
Jesus Is The Answer For Your Life
Sunday School 10A- Morning Worship 11A
Children's Church 11A - Evening Worship 7P
Wednesday Evening 7P
Pastor - Billy Robson
(352) 498-3711


Calvary Temple Assembly of God
Suwannee Lumber Road * Cross City
"Join Us ForAVisit, Stay For ALifeime."
Sunday Worship - 10:30 A
Wednesday Evening Service - 7P
Kid Church -Ages 3-5 & 6-12
Pastor Jim Hurst
(352) 498-3023


First Baptist Church of Old Town Old Town United Methodist Church The Good Shepherd Lutheran Church
"Welcome To God's House- Won't You Come On In" US 19 * Old Town
Sunday School - 10A* Morning Worship- ~11A Food Pantry Open 8am -11am, Mon -Thurs.
Evening Worship - 6P "Come Let Us Worship & Adore Him* 4 lisn ntsth of Wal-mart O, Hwy 19
Wednesday Bible Study - 7P Sunday Worship 9:30A
Knock & the door will open, seek & you will find, ask & you will be Church School 11A 352-493-4597
given - life eternally. Wednesday Choir Practice 7P Class * 1 am
Pastor - Royce Hanshew Pastor - Rev. Carl Rainear
(352) 542-7050 (352) 542-7954 Wondrship Service 1030am

First Baptist Church of Steinhatchee Old Town Church of God Cross City Church of Christ
Riverside Drive - Steinhatchee Welcomes You To Come & Worship With Us 5237 52 NE 147th St. (McArthur St)
"Lighthouse On The Gulf Sunday School - 10:OOA Sunday Bible Study - 10:00 A
Sunday School - 10A. Morning Worship - 11A Sunday Morning Worship - 11:00A Morning Worship - 11:00 A
Evening Worship -6P Sunday Evening Worship - 6:00P WednesdayEvening Bible Study - 7:00 P
Wednesday Prayer Meeting - 7P � Awana 6:30 Wednesday Evening Worship - 7:00P Wednesday Evening Bible Study - 700 P
Pastor - Leon Holden Pastor - Troy Hare
(352) 498-2108 (352) 542-8222

F i Scrub Creek Baptist Church Cross City Church of God
Located 6 Miles East on CR 351 Kenneth Street - Cross City
"A Friendly Church With A Welcome Spirit" "Proclaiming The Full Gospel For All People"
"Worship Se e - A Children's Church - 10:30A- Morning Worship 10;30A
Bible Study - 9:45A � Worship Service - 1A Evening Worship - 6:30P
Church Training - 6P* Evening Worship - 7P Wednesday Family Training HourAdult & Teen Ministry,
SWednesday Prayer Meeting -7P Boy's Brigade & GIrt's Club - 7:00P
. Pastor - Archie Knowles Rev. Ed & Sylvia Ivey, Pastor
(352) 498-5535 (352) 498-3280

First United Methodist Church Seventh-Day Adventist Church Crss City Pentecostal lHoiness Church
22 NE 138th St * Cross City Cross City Behind Subway-.Cross City
"Open Hearts, Open Minds, Open Doors" Welomes You - Where Jesus is Lord. n the Heart of Dixie Co. with Dixie Co. at heart
The People ofThe United Methodist Church Sabbath School -9:30A Morning Worship - 11A Sunday School 10:00 am Morning Worship 11:00 am
Sunday School - 9:45A Morning Worship - 11A Wednesday - Prayer Meeting - 6:30P Sunday Evening 6:00 PM
Wednesday -Adult Choir- 7:30P Wed Family Night 7:00 pm
Pastor - Rev. Glenda Brayman Pastor - Bill Schnorbus Pastor Randy & Alcia Richardson *
(352) 498-3420 H (352) 498-3258 C (352) 498-5674 352-498-0738
Faith Baptist Church
S.Grow your congregation! CR 55A (Between Cross City & Old Town)
"The Church With An Open Door"
SISunday School - 9:45A* Morning Worship 11A
Your church can be htiere Evening Worship-7P
Mid-Week Bible Study - Wednesday - 7P
Sfor $6.25 per week! Rev. Jackie Pettrey, Pastor
(352) 542-7103
Lydia Baptist Church Show proper respect tO First Assembly of God
2 Miles West of Cross City on US 19 Hwy 351 & Camp Two Rd. * Cross City
'A Church You Can Call Home" everyone: Love the brother-
Sunday-Morning Prayer 9:15A. Sunday School 9:45A Sunday School 10A" Morning Worship 11A
Morning Worship 11A. Evening Worship 7P hood of believers, fear God,
Wednesday-Prayer Meeting 7P honor Sth king. Sunday Evening 7P Wednesday Evening 7:30P
Bible Study, Mission Friends, RA GAs honor t in Rev. Marvin & Janice Parsley
Pastor: Jarrett Thomas 1 Peter 2:17 Rev ( Mav 9&JanePa3 ey
(352) 498-5617 (352) 498-3366

There Is one who scatters, and Holy Cross Catholic Mission [R 13 f8] Let no" debt remain
increases yet more, There Is one who Hwy19South of Cross Cityoutstanding, except the
Massn- Sundays - 11:30 am outstanding, except the
withholds more then sl appropriate, but confesloins- Sundays 10:45-11:15 am continuing debt to love one
gains poverty, The liberal soul shall be Cco Evey Wednesday 6:00-7:15 pm oth e o love
made fat. He who watar shall be At StJohn the Evngit in Chlefland another, for he who loves hisC
watered also himselfth High choo fellowman has fulfilled the law.
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www. dcadvocate. net


Legals, etc.


PUBLIC N) I IL&-

In accordance with the Oil Pollution Act
of 1990 (33 USC � 2714(c)) ("OPA"),
please be advised of the following Infor-
mation:

A well, which is located in Mississippi
Canyon Block 252 in the Gulf of Mexico
and had been drilled by the mobile off-
shore drilling unit DEEPWATER HORI-
ZON, has been named as the source of
an oil discharge that commenced around
10:00 pm CDT on or about April 20,
2010. This spill impacted the Mississippi
Canyon area, and continues to potential-
y affect the Gulf Coast of the United
States. As the spill is ongoing, the quan-
tity of oil involved is undetermined.

3P Exploration & Production Inc. ("BP
Exploration") Is accepting claims for cer-
tain uncompensated damages and re-
moval costs caused by the spill. Costs
and damages that may be compensated
pursuant to OPA include removal costs;
damage to or loss to real or personal
property; loss of subsistence use of nat-
ural resources; loss of government rev-
enues; loss of profits and earnings ca-
pacity; and damages for net costs of pro-
diding increased public services.

BP Exploration has established a toll-
free, hotline number for claims: 1-800-
440-0858. This hotline is available 24
ours a day, 7 days a week.

The claims procedure is as follows: Per-
sonnel at the call center will provide
each caller with information on how to
submit a claim. Each claim will be as-
signed to an adjuster, and the claim will
}e promptly investigated and evaluated.
Claims for lost income or lost profits will
ae evaluated promptly. The adjuster will
require some substantiation of Income
mpacted by the spill, but will make rea-
sonable effort to keep the documentation
requirements to a minimum. Reason-
Sable effort will also be made to act on
' ost income claims within 48 hours of re-
Seipt. Larger and more complex claims
nay require additional investigation and
documentation prior to evaluation and
-esolution. Resolved claims will be paid
)romptly.

claims may be presented for interim,
short-term damages representing less
than the full amount to which the
, laimant ultimately may be entitled.
Please note that payment of such claims
shall not preclude recovery for damages
not reflected in the paid or settled partial

Any claims that are denied or that are
lot resolved within 90 days after the
date of submission to the BP Exploration
claimss representative may be submitted
to the US COAST GUARD STOP 7100
(ca), 4200 Wilson Boulevard,' Suite 1000,
Arlington, Virginia 20598-7100 for con-
sideration.

19,20,21,22,23,24

FLORIDA CROWN WORKFORCE
BOARD TO OFFER MICROSOFT
TECHNOLOGY TRAINING VOUCHERS

Florida Crown Workforce
Board is working with Work-
force Florida Inc., the Agency
for Workforce Innovation and
Microsoft as part of an inno-
vative public-private partner-
ship to provide free technolo-
gy training to individuals in
Columbia, Dixie, Gilchrist
and Union Counties.
Through Microsoft Elevate
America, Microsoft will do-
nate to Florida Crown 266
vouchers, including 118 E-
learning vouchers, 118 Busi-
ness Certification exam
vouchers and 30 IT Profes-
sional vouchers. Each train-,
ing voucher is redeemable for
one E-learning course or Cer-
tification exam. E-Learning
courses, available online, are
self-paced and offer begin-
ning and intermediate train-
ing on Microsoft Windows or
on one of the programs in
the Microsoft Office Suite.
Also offered are IT Profes-
sional Vouchers for courses
tailored to the needs of indi-
viduals on technical profes-
Ssinal career tracks in areas
such as web development or
database management. Certi-
ficationi exams must be taken
at one of our Certiport Test-
,ing Centers.

SFlorida vouchers will be
Available through Aug. 21 or
' while supplies last. All
vouchers must be activated
by August 21 and Certifica-
:tion exam vouchers must be
* activated and used by the
Same date. E-Learning vouch-
Sers are good for 12 months af-
Ster the date of activation.

Floridians can find an elec-
"tronic voucher application by
Visiting http://elevateameri-
' ca.floridajobs.org/ by visiting
, our website at http://flori-
Sdacrown.org or by contacting
' Pyllis Marty at 386-755-9026
ext. 3136.


'24


Natureb Coat Regonal Water
Authoty .
Town Hal Mmeeng
Set For June 24, 2010 at
6:00 P.M. In Old Town

Old Town, FL, and June 24,2010:
The Nature Coast Regional Water
Authority (Authority) will hold an
open forum, 'Town Hall' style meet-
ing on Thursday June 24, 2010 at
6:00 pm at the Dixie County School
Board Office Meeting Room in the
old, Old Town Elementary School in
Old Town, FL.

This meeting will provide an oppor-
tunity to discuss the 'Draft' Water
and Wastewater Feasibility Feasibil-
ity Study provided to the Authority
on June 8, 2010. Cost effective water
and wastewater service to portions
of Old Town is one of the top priori-
ties for the Authority The proposed
projects for the Dixie County/Old
Town area are:
* Water Service - Cross
City to serve Old Town ($6.0M to
$6.5M)
6 Water Service - NCR-
WA service from 'Fanning
Springs to Old Town ($3.5M to
$4.0M)
* Wastewater Service -
Cross City to Old Town ($9.0M to
$9.5M)
* Wastewater Service -
NCRWA service from Fanning
Springs to Old Town ($7.OM to
$7.5M)

The Town Hall meeting will convene
at the Dixie County School Board
Office Meeting Room, located in the
old cafeteria of the old, Old Town El-
ementary School, 823 SE 349 Hwy,
Old Town, FL 32680 precisely at 6:00
pm on Thursday, June 24, 2010. If
you have any questions about this
meeting, please contact the Authori-
ty at 17651 NW 90th Court, Fanning
Springs, Florida 32693 (Tel:
352.463.2855, Ext 201).


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DIXIE COUNTY, FLORIDA

CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO 2010-CA-0021

CAPITAL CITY BANK, A FLORIDA
BANKING CORPORATION, PLAINTIFF,
VS.
NICOLE BRODZINSKI AND RICHARD
BRODZINSKI, HER HUSBAND; AND
ANY UNKNOWN TENANTS IN POS-
SESSION, DEFENDANTS.

NOTICE OF SALE

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I,
DANA D. JOHNSON, Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of the Third Judicial Circuit, in
and for DIXIE County, Florida, pursuant
to the Summary Final Judgment In
Foreclosure entered in the above styled
cause, will sell at public sale the follow-
ing described property situate in DIXIE
County, Florida, to wit:

LOT 24, SUWANNEE RIVER
RANCHETTES, according to the plat
thereof recorded in Plat Book 1, Pages
66 and 67, Public Records of Dixie
County, Florida.

Said sale shall be made to the highest
and best bidder for cash pursuant to the
Summary Final Judgment entered in the
above styled cause and will be held on
the Courthouse steps of the DIXIE
County Courthouse in Cross City, FLori-
da, on the 13th day of July, 2010, com-
mencing at the hour of 11:00 AM.

All interested parties shall be governed
accordingly by this Notice.

Dated this 9th day of June, 2010.

DANA D. JOHNSON, Clerk of the Court
By: Karen Leverett, Deputy Clerk

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Nature Coast Regional Water
Authority Town Hall Meeting Set For
June 24,2010 at 7:30 PM.
In Fanning Springs

Fanning Springs, FL, and June 24,
2010: The Nature Coast Regional
Water Authority (Authority) will
hold an open forum, 'Town Hall'
style meeting on Thursday, June 24,
2010 at 7:30 pm at the City of Fan-
ning Springs City Hall. This meet-
'ing will provide an opportunity to
discuss the 'Draft' Water and Waste-
water Feasibility Feasibility Study
provided to the Authority on June 8,
2010.

Cost effective water and wastewater
service to portions of Old Town is
one of the top priorities for the Au-
thority The proposed projects in
close proximity to Fanning Springs
are:

Water Service - Cross
City to serve Old Town ($6.0M to
$6.5M)
Water Service - NCRWA
service from Fanning Springs to Old
Town ($3.5M to $4.0M)
* Wastewater Service -
Cross City to Old Town ($9.0M to
$9.5M)
* Wastewater Service -
NCRWA service from Fanning
-Springs to Old Town ($7.0M to
$7.5M)
* As well as additional con-
siderations for Water and Waste-
water Service to Lancaster Correc-
tional Institution, Otter Springs and
Hart Springs Parks.

The Town Hall meeting will convene
at the Fanning Springs City Hall,'
17651 NW 90th Court, Fanning
Springs, Florida 32693 precisely at
7:30 pm on Thursday, June 24, 2010.
If you have any questions about this
meeting, please contact the Authori-
ty at 17651 NW 90th Court, Fanning
Springs, Florida 32693 (Tel:
352.463.2855, Ext 201).


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD JUDI-
CIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DIXIE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 10-022-CA

CITIZENS STATE BANK, A banking
corporation organized and existing under
the laws of the State of. Florida,
Plaintiff, /
-vs- RIVER SHORES AT JENA, LIC, a
Florida Limited Liability Company, et al,
Defendants.-

NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE

NOTICE is hereby given that DANA
JOHNSON, Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dixie County, Florida, will on the 13th day
of JULY, 2010, at 11:00 a.m. at the Dixie
County Courthouse in Cross City, Florida,
offer for sale and sell at public outcry to
the highest and best bidder for cash, the
following described property situated In
Dixie County, Florida, to-wit:
Parcel I.D. #25-09-09-00410000-0000
LOTS 15, 2 6, 27, 28, 29, 3 30, 31,
32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 40, 47, 48, 55, 56, 57,
58, 59, 61, 62, 64, 65, 67 AND 68, RIV-
ER SHORES AT JENA AS PER MAP OR
PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 1, PAGE 259, OF THE PUBLIC.
RECORDS OF DIXIE COUNTY, FLORI-
DA

pursuant to the Final Judgment of Fore-
closure entered in a case pending in said
Court, the style-of which is as set out
above, and the docket number of which
is 10-022-CA. Any person claiming an in-
terest in the surplus from the sale, if any,
other than the property owner as of the
date of the lis pendens must file a claim
within sixty (60) days after the sale.
WITNESS my hand and the official seal
of said Court, this _9th day of June,
2010.
DANA JOHNSON
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Dixie County, Florida

By: Karen Leverett, Deputy Clerk
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR DIXIE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE: ESTATE OF RUBY JEWEL
CARTER, DECEASED

FILE NO 10-33-CP

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

The administration of the estate of Ruby
Jewel Carter, deceased, whose date of
death was March 29, 2009, is pending in
the Circuit Court for Dixie County, Flori-
da, Probate Division, the address of
which is Post Office Box 1206, Cross
City, Florida 32628. The names and ad-
dresses of the personal representative
and the personal representative's,attor-
ney are set forth below.

All creditors of the decedent and other
persons having claims or demands
against decedent's'estate on whom a
copy of this notice is required to be
served must file their claims with this
court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE
ON THEM.

All other creditors of the decedent and
othei persons having claims or demands
against decedent's estate must file their
claims with this court WITHIN '3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.

ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN SEC-
TION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA PRO-
BATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE,
ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S DATE
OF DEATH IS BARRED.

The date of first publication of this notice
is June 17, 2010.
Attorney for Personal Representative
Law Offices of Stephen . Miller, PA
101 Northwest 75th Street, Suite 1
Gainesville, FL 32607,

Personal Representative .
John C. Bovay, 901 NW 57th Street,
Gainesville, FL 32605
24,25


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR DIXIE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO 15-2009-CA-000166

BAYVIEW LOAN SERVICING, LLC, A
DELAWARE LIMITED LIABILITY COM-
PANY, PLAINTIFF, VS.
LAURA LEE REED; CHARLES REED;
ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING BY, THROUGH; UNDER
AND AGAINST THE HEREIN NAMED
INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANTS) WHO
ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR
ALIVE, WHETHER SAID UNKNOWN
PARTIES MAY CLAIM AN INTEREST
AS SPOUSES, HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, OR OTHER CLAIMANTS;
UNKNOWN TENANT #1 IN POSSES-
SION OF THE SUBJECT PROPERTY;
UNKNOWN TENANT #2 IN POSSES-
SION OF THE SUBJECT PROPERTY;
ET AL, DEFENDANTS.

NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant
to a Final Judgment of Foreclosure dat-
ed June 9, 2010, and entered in Case
No 15-2009-CA-000166, of the Circuit
Court of the Third Judicial Circuit in and
for DIXIE County, Florida. BAYVIEW
LOAN SERVICING, LLC, A DELAWARE
LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY, is
Plaintiff and LAURA LEE REED;
CHARLES REED, are defendants. I will
sell to the highest and best bidder for
cash at the SOUTH DOOR of the Court-
house; 150 NE Cedar Street, Cross City
at 11:00 AM on the 20th day of July,
2010, the following described property
as set forth in said Final Judgment, to
wit:

THAT CERTAIN TRACT, LOT OR PAR-,
CEL OF LAND SITUATED AND LO-
CATED IN THE COUNTY OF DIXIE
AND STATE OF FLORIDA, DE-
SCRIBED AS FOLLOWS, TO WIT: LOT
7, WILLETS PLACE, AN UNRECORD-
ED SUBDIVISION: COMMENCING AT
THE SE'CORNER OF THE SE 1/4 OF
THE SE 1/4 OF SECTION 14, TOWN-
SHIP 8 SOUTH, RANGE 13 EAST, DIX-
IE COUNTY, FLORIDA, THENCE RUN
N 00 23'12" W. 40 FEET TO THE
NORTH R/W LINE OF SR 353;
THENCE RUN S 89 32'33" W. ALONG
THE R/W LINE 990 FEET TO THE
POB; THENCE RUN N.00 23'12" W
289.86 FEET; THENCE RUN S 89
32'33" W 307.60; THENCE RUN S 00
25'12" E 291.025 FEET; THENCE RUN
N 89 32'33" E 307.48 FEET BACK TO
THE POB; CONTAINING 2.05 ACRES
MORE OR LESS.

IMPORTANT: In ac-
cordance with the
Americans with Dis-
abilitied act, if you are
a person with a dis-
ability who needs any
accommodation in or-
der to participate in'
this, proceeding, you
are entitled at no cost
to you, to provision of
certain assistance .
Please contact the
Court Administrator at
214 NE 351 Hwy,
Suite M, Cross City,
FL 32628. Phone No.
352-498-1300 within
two working days of
your receipt of this '
notice or pleading.

Any person claiming
an interest In the sur-
plus from the sale, If
any, other than the
property owner as of
the date of the Us
Pendens must file a
claim within 60 days
after the sale.

DATED this 9th day of
June, 2010.

Dana C. Johnson,
Clerk of the Circuit
Court,
By: Karen Leverett,
Deputy Clerk

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The Suwannee River Economic
Council, Inc. Board of Directors
will hold a meeting of the Board
of Directors on Monday, June 28,
2010, 7:00 PM at the Suwannee
River Economic Council, Inc.
Senior Center in Live Oak,
Florida.

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AGENDA
Regular Meeting- Dixie County Courthouse
Commission Meeting Room
June 17, 2010 - 6:00 PM

The Dixie County Board of County Commissioners will meet on Thursday, June 17,
2010, 6:00 PM in a regular meeting in the County Commissioners Meeting Room, in
the Dixie County Courthouse, Cross City, Florida.

1. Call to Order

2. Invocation and Pledge to the American Flag

3. Approval of Commission Minutes
Regular Meeting of May 20, 2010 -Tabled from 6/03/2010
Regular Meeting of June 3, 2010
Workshop May 18, 2010 - Tax Certificates
Workshop May 18, 2010 - Tourist Development
Special Meeting May 24, 2610
Special Meeting May 27, 2010
Special Meeting June 10, 2010

PUBLIC HEARING: THE PUBLIC HEARING MAY BE CONTINUED TO ONE OR
MORE FUTURE DATES. ANY INTERESTED PARTY IS ADVISED THAT TI:IE
DATE, TIME, AND PLACE OF ANY CONTINUATION OF THE PUBLIC HEARING
SHALL BE ANNOUNCED DURING THE PUBLIC HEARING AND THAT NO FUR-
THER NOTICE CONCERNING THE MATTERS WILL BE PUBLISHED.

I: A petition by Kermit L Prime requesting a Special Exception to be granted as pro-
vided in Section 4.4.5.9 of the Dixie County Land Development Regulations to per-
mit a day camp, hunting camp, or similar use in an Agricultural Zoning district, one
recreational vehicle on parcel for residential use only in accordance with the petition
dated April 20, 2010. To be located on the property as described as follows:
Dixie County Parcel Number 21-08-13-0000-3749-0000 (78) Acres MOL

4. Tina Brotherton
RE: Tourist Tax


5. North Florida Professional Services

6. Joe Ruth, Solid Waste Coordinator/ Mosquito Control Director

7. Jerry Prater, Veterans Service Officer

8. Rita Harris, Harris Administrative Services, Inc.

9. Big Bend Water Authority

10. John Jenkins, Building and Zoning
I: Temporary Use Permit for Trish Mader
RE: Firework SMi in Old Town June 24th - July 4th, 2010

11. Howard RTI, Road Superintendent

12. Cindy Bellot\,l 'ian

13. Tim Alexander, Emergency Services Director

14. Mike Cassidy, County Manager

15. Jennifer Ellison, County Attorney

16. Dana D. Johns'on, Clerk of Court

17. County Commission Items

18. Vouchers Approved

19. Adjourn

PLEASE BE ADVISED that if a person decided to appeal any decision made by the
Board with respect to any matter.considered at such meeting or hearings, he/ she
will need a record of the proceedings,'and for such purpose, he/ she will need to en-
sure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the
testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to-be based.

"Persons with disabilities requesting reasonable accommodations to participate in
this proceeding should contact (352) 486-4931 (Voice & TDD) or via Florida Relay
Service at (800) 955-8771."

The Board meets the first Thursday of each month at 10:00 AM and the third Thurs-
day of each month at 6:00 PM. Individuals that would like to be placed on the agen-
da should call Dana D. Johnson, Clerk of Court, by 4:00 PM on Friday Preceding
the Board meeting, at (352) 498-1200.

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