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Suwannee Democrat

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Title:
Suwannee Democrat
Creator:
Suwannee Democrat
Place of Publication:
Live Oak, Fla.
Live Oak, Fla
Publisher:
J. E. Pound
J.E. Pound
Publication Date:
Frequency:
Semiweekly[<1990-1994>]
Weekly[ FORMER <1897-1928>]
semiweekly
regular
Language:
English

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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak

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Abstract:
The Live Oak Suwannee Democrat is one of the oldest continuously published weeklies in the State of Florida. It began in 1884 in Live Oak, which at the turn of the century was the fifth largest city in Florida, preceded only by Jacksonville, Pensacola, Tampa, and Key West. The Suwannee Democrat enjoyed a corresponding reputation as a journalistic leader in the state. As its name suggests, the newspaper in its early days was affiliated with the Democratic Party. Its first editor hid under an assumed name when he was suspected of murder. A deathbed confession by the actual perpetrator allowed him to resume his true identity: F.R. McCormack, about whom, however, little else is known. From 1906 through 1907, the Suwannee Democrat was supplemented by the Live Oak Daily Democrat, edited by Charles W. Irwin. The rural character of early 20th-century Suwannee County, well known for its grist and lumber mills and poultry farms, is visible in the pages of the Suwannee Democrat. Indeed, over the years the newspaper has won numerous awards from the Florida Press Association for the quality of its agricultural reporting. Fires have taken their toll on the Suwannee Democrat. In 1906, a disgruntled printer left Live Oak by railroad on the night that the newspaper’s offices were burned to the ground. In October 1995, a fire destroyed a historic block of Live Oak’s downtown, and the newspaper’s office was one of the casualties. Lost in the fire were the last known issues of the Suwannee Democrat dating from 1897 through 1900.
Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Additional Physical Form:
Electronic reproduction of copy from George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida also available.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began Aug. 12, 1897.
General Note:
Editor: F.R. McCormack, <1910>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 12 (Nov. 20, 1897).

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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Copyright Suwannee Democrat, J.E. Pound publisher. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.
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126th YEAR, NO. 019 1 4 SECTIONS, 46 PAGES


Friday Edition - December 17, 2010


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By Jeff Waters
jeff.waters@gaflnews.com
Florida's budget short-
fall is now expected to


reach $3.8 billion, which
has state leaders scram-
bling.
State Senator Charlie
Dean said during the


Suwannee ranks 8th
in underage drinking
Suwannee County ranks eighth among Florida's 67
counties for underage drinking, according to figures re-
leased Wednesday by the Governor's Office of Drug


Control.
In addition, Suwannee is





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one of only 14 counties in
which alcohol use has
risen since 2008.
However, these figures
don't tell the whole story,
says Mary Taylor of the
Suwannee Coalition.
Full details in next
week's Democrat.


Gary Carter


Ls ets INs
to SDnte
Special section INSIDE


Jheryl Daniels


Kevin Gary Deborah Geib


Larry Johnson Patrick Ketchem


Robert Moore


Janel Urtiz


Barbara Lewis


Tyler Musgrove Marion Neel


Vera Pittman


Sandra Rainey


Addie Priester


Cathern Newby


Donald Priester


James Robertson Awanda Silvan


Mvelanie Yates


By Jeff Waters
jeff.waters@gaflnews.com
Editor's note: All information contained in this
article, ;i,.. .in , ,.. IllIi: of defendants' names,
was provided by the Suwannee County Sii. iOT's
Office.
A drug bust by the Suwannee County Drug
Task Force netted 33 arrests Wednesday, jail


opening of Tuesday's
Suwannee County legisla-
tive delegation that he
learned earlier that day of
the anticipated budget
deficit.
Only about a week ago
it was learned that instead
of a $2.5 billion deficit,
there would be a $3.5 bil-


Suwannee ranks 8th

in underage drinking
- BELOW


By Jeff Waters
jeff.waters@gaflnews.com
The city learned
Tuesday that the Flori-
da Department of Cor-
rections has agreed to a
settlement that will pay
for a $13 million loan
the city used to upgrade
utilities in order to ac-
commodate Suwan-
nee's new prison.
However, city resi-
dents and business
owners may not get a
reprieve from a 4-year
utility rate hike that was


Harry Faison


Bruce Hodges


Robin Lynch


Margie Norrato


Walter Race


Kenneth Watkins


Investigation focused

on illegal use of

prescription drugs.


records show.
Most were arrested on charges involving pre-
scription drugs, records show.
"Illegal use of prescription drugs has become a
drug of the times," said Sheriff Tony Cameron.
"And during this investigation, we have focused
our efforts on arresting those who illegally sell

SEE 33 NABBED, PAGE 10A


lion deficit. The number
continues to grow.
"This will make our task
difficult, but necessary,"
Dean told a packed room
at City Hall.
State Representative
Elizabeth Porter was on
SEE DEAN, PAGE 3A


INDEX:
Arrests . .........2A
Church ......... 4-6B
Obituary .......... 9A
Suwannee Living .. .4A
Sports ......... .1-3B
Viewpoint ........6A


instituted in the event
the prison failed to act.
City Administrator
Bob Farley said by
phone Wednesday that
the $111,387 the city
will receive per month
will cover the debt on
phase II of the waste-
water treatment plant.
However, he noted that
the rate hike, set to take
effect next year, may
have to remain in place
to cover debt on the
sewer rehabilitation
SEE DOC, PAGE 11A


Teachers get

salary boost;

1st in 3 years


School board,
union in greater
accord than in
years past

By Stephenie
Livingston
stephenie.livingston@
gaflnews.com
The Suwannee school
district and teachers
union recently came to
a three-year collective


City-county

merger may
By Jeff Waters
jeff.waters@gaflnews.com
A merger may be in
the works for the county
and city building de-
partments.
Live Oak's city ad-
ministrator will meet
with his county counter-
part to see if consolidat-
ing the two govern-
ment's building depart-
ments would be benefi-
cial.
"Ours is not paying


bargaining agreement
that has teachers al-
ready seeing an increase
in pay.
Teachers and district
officials say the process
was far more efficient
than in years past,
thanks to improved re-
lations between the two
groups.
"There have been
years when the board
SEE TEACHERS, PAGE 10A


building dept.

be in works
for itself by two-thirds,"
Councilman Adam
Prins, who has spear-
headed the issue, said
Tuesday. "What I am
trying to do is seize an
opportunity I see to mu-
tually benefit the county
and the city's residents.
And that also reduces
the size of our govern-
ment."
Council President
SEE CITY-COUNTY,
PAGE 10A

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Wednesdayand Friday.
Periodicals postage paid at
Live Oak, FL 32064. Business located
at 211 Howard Street East, Live Oak,
FL. Publication number 530180.

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the Viewpoint & Opinions page are
not necessarily those of the
management/ownership of the
Suwannee Democrat.


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Editor's note: The
Suwannee Democrat
prints the entire arrest
record each week. If your
name appears here and
you are later found not
:.,t'/in or the charges are
dropped, we will be hap-
py to make note of this in
the newspaper when judi-
cial proof is presented to
us by you or the authori-
ties.
The following abbrevi-
ations are used below:
SCSO-Suwannee
County Sheriff's Office
LOPD-Live Oak Po-
lice Department
FDLE-Florida Depart-
ment of Law Enforce-
ment
FHP-Florida Highway
Patrol
FWC-Florida Wildlife
Commission
DOT-Department of
Transportation
OALE-Office of Agri-


cultural Law Enforce-
ment
P & P-Probation and
Parole
USMS-US Marshals
Service
ATF-Department of
Alcohol, Tobacco and
Firearms
DOC-Department of
Corrections

December 14, Aida Cac-
eres-Alvelo, 21, 1003 No-
bles Ferry Road, Live Oak,
FL, retail theft: SCSO - T.
Roberts

December 14, Marc Jef-
fer Schwartzbach, 23, 3530
Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL,
fta o/c fail to stop insp, fta
o/c dwls: SCSO-D. Falgo-
ut

December 14, Tino
Montez Jones, 23, 202 NW
6th St, Jasper, FL, vop o/c
poss -20g cann & no valid


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drivers license SCSO-A.
Loston

December 15, Bruce Ed-
ward Hodges, 22, 22977 Cr
252, Live Oak, FL, poss
cannanbis w/i sell, sale +20
gr cannabis, poss cannabis
w/i sell, sale +20 gr
cannabis: SCSODTF
FGorski

December 15, Tanya
Lynn Boyd, 42, 8979 170th
Terr, Mcalpin, FL, traff hy-
drocodone,
sale hydrocodone, poss
hydrocodone w/i sell, poss
oxycodone w/i sell, sale
oxycodone w/i 1000ft
school, traff oxycodone,
poss oxycodone w/i sell,
sale oxycodone, traff oxy-
codone: SCSODTF
R.Sammons

December 15, Walter
Frederick Race, 38, 1409
White Ave, Live Oak, FL,
poss hydrocodone w/i sell,
sale of hydrocodone, traffic
in hydrocodone: DTF-
Ramirez

December 15, Vera
Michelle Pittman, 35, 603





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Ada St, Live Oak, FL, poss
methadone w/i sell, sale
methadone, poss oxy-
codone w/i sell, sale oxy-
codone, poss oxycodone
w/i sell, sale oxycodone,
unlawful use 2way com
dev, poss oxycodone w/i
sell, sale oxycodone w/i
1000ft rec facility, unlaw-
ful use 2way com dev:
SCSODTF M.Ramirez

December 15, Barbara
Ann Lewis, 49, 813 Hill-
man Ave, Live Oak, FL,
poss cocaine w/i sell, sale
cocaine w/i 1000ft child
facility: SCSODTF
FGorski

December 15, Robin
Marie Lynch, 36, 12372
Bass Rdf, Live Oak, FL,
poss alprozolam w/i sell,
sale alprozolam, poss oxy-
codone w/i sell, sale oxy-
codone: SCSODTF
R.Sammmons

December 15, Melanie
Ann Yates, 29, 12372 Bass
Rd, Live Oak, FL, poss
oxycodone w/i sell, sale
oxycodone: DTF-R.Sam-
mons

December 15, Cathern
Powell Newby, 55, 1409
White Ave Se, Live Oak,
FL, poss hydrocodone w/i
sell, sell hydrocodone, traff
hydrocodone + 14 gr but
less than 28 grams poss al-
prazolam w/i sell, sale al-
prazolam, sale cariso-
prodol, poss hydrocodone
w/i sell sale hydrocodone,


traff hydrocodone + 14 gr
but less than 28 grams:
SCSODT M.Ramirez

December 15, Sandra
Mary Battl Rainey, 49,
13709 80th Terr, Live Oak,
FL, traff hydrocodone
more than 4g less than 14g,
poss hydrocodone w/i sell,
sale hydrocodone w/i 1000
ft of church, trafficking hy-
drocodone, sale hy-
drocodone, poss hy-
drocodone w/i sell: DTF-
R.Sammons

December 15, Deborah
Murray Geib, 55, 190
Horizon Cir, Live Oak, FL,
poss oxycodone w/i sell,
sale oxycodone, trafficking
oxcodone, sale codine,
poss codine w/i sell: SC-
SODTF M.Ramirez

December 15, Derrick
Decondis Baker, 35, 580
Ne Leon St, Lake City, FL,
columbia cty wrt vop o/c
poss -20g cannabis: poss
drug para.: FHP A Hughes

December 15, Richard
Lowens, 60, 137 Lafayette
Ave, Live Oak FL, suw cty
wrt o/c habitual dwls:
SCSO C Tompkins

December 15, Gary
Wayne Carter, 53, 10903
96th Trl, Live Oak, FL,
poss hydrocodone w/i sell,
sale hydrocodone, traff hy-
drocodone, poss darvocet
w/i sell, sale darvocet, poss

SEE ARREST, PAGE 13A


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SRWMD issues water shortage advisory Dean, Porter


A Phase I Water Shortage
Advisory was issued by the
Suwannee River Water
Management District gov-
erning board Tuesday and
will remain in effect until
further notice.
The district covers all of
Columbia, Dixie, Gilchrist,
Hamilton, Lafayette, Madi-
son, Suwannee, Taylor and
Union counties, and por-
tions of Alachua, Baker,
Bradford, Jefferson, Levy
and Putnam counties.
The advisory calls on all
residential, commercial,
agricultural and industrial
users to voluntarily reduce
both indoor and outdoor
water use through conser-
vation measures.
The district already has a
landscape irrigation rule in
place which limits lawn
and landscape watering to
one day per week during
fall and winter and two
days per week during
spring and summer. The
rule took effect in January
of this year and applies to
all residents within the dis-
trict. It is permanent, long-
term, and requires manda-
tory landscape irrigation
conservation year-round.
The Phase I Advisory, on
the other hand, is issued in
response to moderate or se-
vere drought conditions
and remains in effect only
as long as needed. The ad-
visory calls upon all resi-
dents to voluntarily imple-
ment indoor and outdoor
conservation measures in
addition to those required
by the year-round land-
scape irrigation rule.
Once drought conditions
improve and groundwater
and surfacewater levels re-
bound, the governing board
may cancel the Phase I Ad-
visory. Should conditions
worsen, however, the gov-
erning board may declare a
Phase II Advisory, which
imposes mandatory water-
use restrictions.
Water shortage advi-
sories are issued by the dis-
trict in accordance with
Florida Statutes and the
Florida Administrative
Code, which give them au-
thority to implement water
shortage plans.
According to the Nation-
al Weather Service, the
Suwannee River basin is
experiencing an extreme
drought.
Megan Wetherington, a
senior professional engi-
neer at the district, said
groundwater and surface-
water levels continue to
worsen throughout the dis-
trict due to below-average
monthly rainfall.
"River levels are ex-
tremely low and groundwa-
ter levels have fallen
steadily since the summer,"
she said.
In November, flows for
the Suwannee River and its
tributaries fell below the


5th percentile for the peri-
od of record, meaning
more than 95 percent of the
time since the 1930s they
were higher for this time of
year than they are current-
ly.
Average groundwater
levels fell to the 33rd per-
centile in November, based
on records beginning in
1978.
Total rain for October
and November was 1.33
inches, the lowest since
2001 and the eighth lowest
since 1932. Gages at Usher
Tower (near Chiefland)
and Starke reported no
rainfall in October, making
it the driest October on
record in those areas.
Wetherington said long-
term forecasts call for drier
than normal conditions
throughout winter and
spring.
"With La Nina expected


to persist at least through
spring, the district may be
in for dry conditions for
quite some time," she said.
District officials are
stressing the need for con-
servation until conditions
improve.
Jon Dinges, the district's
director of water supply
and resource management,
said the advisory is intend-
ed to mitigate any impacts
the drought may have on
our water supply.
"With the drought condi-
tions we're experiencing,
conserving our water re-
sources is more important
than ever," Dinges said.
The district offers the
following water-saving
tips:
* Fix leaky faucets and
toilets, which can waste up
to 100 gallons per day.
* Replace older fixtures
and appliances with low-


Congressman-elect Steve

Southerland visits Live Oak


Newly elected Congressman Steve Southerland (left) was presented a key to the City of
Live Oak by Mayor Sonny Nobles Tuesday afternoon. Southerland said he felt the need to
come back to Suwannee County and express his thanks for the overwhelming support he
received locally during the election season. "North and North-west Florida was a battle-
ground. I was just one player in a fierce battle," Southerland said at City Hall to a room of
roughly 70. "I think we were true to our values: respect, discipline, knowledge, courage,
and loyalty." Although Southerland said he is ready to get to work in Washington, nothing


seemed more important during the Christmas season than
to come back and say thank you to Suwannee County.
-Photo: Stephenie Livingston


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* Turn off tap while
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washing dishes.
* Water lawns and land-
scapes only one day per
week and not between 10
a.m. and 4 p.m.
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* Equip hoses with auto-
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* Wash vehicles infre-
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surfaces.
* Use a broom or blower
- not a hose - to clean
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parking areas.
* Take shorter showers;
staying under 5 minutes
can save 1,000 gallons per
month.
* Don't use toilet as a
waste basket.
For additional informa-
tion, visit www.mysuwan-
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Local farmers asked Dean
and Porter to look into sky-
rocketing insurance rates
on agricultural buildings.
Dean encouraged those
in attendance to remember
that now is the time to
speak up.
"Please don't stand back
and wait until halfway
through the (2011 legisla-
tive) session and say 'Oh, I
wish I would've,'" he told
the crowd.
When asked about the re-
cently passed Amendments
5 and 6, which require
compact, contiguous and
fair legislative and congres-
sional districts, Dean and
Porter's responses were
mixed.
"I have no idea how it's
going to affect us," said
Dean.
The measures are cur-
rently being appealed.
Still, Dean said that he's
not sure how district lines
can be done in a way that
makes everyone happy.
Porter said she doesn't
believe the measures will
affect Suwannee residents
"too badly."
"As long as people can
be involved in the process,
I think we'll be fine," she
said.


PUBLIC NOTICE

The Suwannee County Board of County
Commissioners will meet on
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 2010 at 9:00 A.M.
in the CITY COUNCIL MEETING ROOM,
LIVE OAK CITY HALL, 101 SOUTHEAST
WHITE AVENUE, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA.


The purpose of the meeting is to interview applicants
for the Public Works Director Position.
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hand fielding questions as
well.
"We have to do just what
we have to do in our own
lives," Porter said of the
deficit by phone Wednes-
day. "We're going to have
to cut back where we can.
The extra little luxuries
have to go and we have to
do what we can for the res-
idents."
Porter said increasing
the tax base is essential,
but could prove difficult.
Dean agreed.
"We're going to have to
cut services," he told the
Democrat after Tuesday's
delegation meeting. "We
have to expend to a point
that we can afford it."
Several local leaders and
only a handful of residents
voiced their concerns at the
meeting.
Lamar Jenkins, county
property appraiser, said
he's worried county em-
ployees may lose state re-
tirement funds due to short-
falls. Library Director Dan-
ny Hales reminded the two
lawmakers of the services
libraries provide in rural
counties and stressed that
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er, Grayson Reid Durham. Grayson was born September
8, 2010 at Shands at UF. He weighed 9 pounds and was
193/4 inches long. His proud parents are Kristina and
Garrett Durham of Live Oak, Fla.
Maternal grandparents are Kim Ingram of Live Oak,
Fla. and Brian and Macalei Zipper.
Paternal grandparents are Patti and Bobby Morse and
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farm fresh produce, flowers, plants, herbs, baked goods,
coffee, locally produced honey, jellies, jams, soaps, arts
and crafts and more. All vendors welcome. Call 386-362-
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ways germs are spread:
From your nose or eyes
to your hands and then to
others
Germs can spread to the
hands by sneezing, cough-
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candlelight service
Faith-in-Christ Anglican Church will hold a can-
dlelight service on Christmas Eve at 11 p.m.
The service begins at 11 and ends at Midnight
with the Holy Eucharist. Everyone is invited to
come and worship with us and see what Christmas
is really all about. For more information about the
church or the services please call Fr. Don Wilson at
754-2827 or 208-9882
We are located approximately 5 miles east of the
B&B and 6.5 miles West of 1-75, next to Star Tech
on Hwy. 90.


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It's yesterday again here inside my mind
and I can't find a way to leave your love
behind. I want to wake up to the day
your memory won't stand in my way.
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The Boys & Girls Club of North Central Florida has
openings for children in grades K-8 in our 21st
Century Community Learning Centers Programs
located at the Douglas Center in Suwannee
County. We serve children who attend Suwannee
Primary School, Suwannee Elementary School,
Suwannee Intermediate School and Suwannee
Middle School, as well as local private schools.
We provide free afterschool care while focusing
on educational needs of children.
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Club at 386-330-4628.
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MYRA C. REGAN ROBERT BRIDGES
Publisher Editor
Members of the Suwannee Democrat editorial board are
Myra C. Regan, publisher,
and Robert Bridges, editor. Our View
is formed by that board.





OUR VIEW
Suwannee Democrat


All thumbs:


City edition
Consolidation proposal


Merging the city and county building
departments is a fine idea.
When properly executed, consolidation,
even on a small scale, is an excellent way
to save money, labor and time.


This can work.
Good job to those who voted to get talks started: City
Councilmen David Burch, Adam Prins and Bennie
Thomas.

Utility hike blame game

City Administrator Bob Farley made
clear some weeks back that if utility rates
had to be raised in Live Oak, it wouldn't be
city officials' fault.
Blame the Department of Corrections in-
stead.
The DOC was shorting us on our water contract for the
new prison, partly through use of low-flow fixtures that
reduced consumption.
To cover the shortfall, an ordinance was passed to raise
rates considerably come next year.
Then DOC came through for us in a big way. We'll be
getting a check for $111,000 every month for 10 years to
make up for the water our prison isn't using.
Problem solved, right?
Nothing's ever that simple at City Hall.
Now we're told rates may have to be raised anyway --
and that DOC wasn't solely to blame to begin with.
It's true, Farley never promised that a payoff from
DOC would mean automatic cancellation of the rate hike.
However, whenever anybody groused about the proposed
increases, he made clear that DOC was the culprit.
Stories we've published to that effect were fact-
checked with Farley before going to press, with his hearty
concurrence.
Where does that leave us, then?
With something we've come to expect: more sleight of
hand from City Hall.

City clerk control of finance


C(\


Under Live Oak's charter, the city clerk
runs the finance department. That power


hasn't been exercised in decades, but cur-
rent clerk John Gill thinks it's time to take
on the responsibility vested in him by the
city's governing document.
We think that's a fine idea.


The best way to ensure accountability in this or any
other government office is to provide direct oversight by
an elected official. That way it's really the voters looking
over somebody's shoulder.
Let's hope this proposal musters at least three votes on
the council.

Live Oak Lights

SA very fine production that's only get-
ting better.
Now, the Mayor wasn't happy with our
coverage of this year's event. (See May-
or's Corer, this page.)
As it turns out, the photo of Sonny and Santa lighting
the tree was bumped to the inside due to the tragic events
of later that night at a local household.
In any case, we did give Live Oak Lights front page
coverage before the fact (see our Nov. 19 edition), and
would like to think that contributed to the fine turnout.
Sorry, Sonny.
If it's any consolation, we'll keep giving you space
each month to critique us in your column.


BIBLE VERSE
"And Mary said: 'My soul glorifies the Lord
and my spirit rejoices in God my Savior, for
the Mighty One has done great things for me-
holy is his name.'" - Luke 1:46-47, 49


Rant


Want to vent? Our

hotline is open 24/7.
Suwannee Countians, it's time to speak your mind!
How? By (.,,lli,:. the Suwannee Democrat Rant and
Rave hotline. The hotline never closes and is your way
to let it out. You can let everyone know how you feel -
- as long as you express yourself in a respectful way.
Note: In written entries to Rant and Rave, errors in
,./ . Ili,... grammar or punctuation are those of the au-
thors.

Please, I am not supporting K2 and similar danger-
ous products nor advocating or voicing an opinion on
substance abuse, it is a serious problem. Just saying
that we might be better off with the demon already
known. Pot laws were created about 4 decades before
Veitnam by the way. That's obviously worked out well.
Hopefully you never have health problems that in-
volve serious pain, the laws make it almost impossible
& very expensive to get legal, badly needed perscrip-
tions. The point is prohibition is not a solution, folks
are going to get a buzz somehow, right or wrong. No
law of man or God is going to change it. Might not be
good sense, but that's how it is.

I would love to see more action taken when it
comes to underage drinking in our county. I am tired
of seeing the teenagers out drinking and doing drugs
and then getting behind the wheel. I'm tired of our
youth thinking it is okay. They need more than just a
warning. I've called the law on several underage drink-
ing parties that were going on close to my house and
you could hear them spinning out and racing up and
down the roads. I thought when minors were caught
drinking they would get some kind of punishment like
their license taken away for a while or atleast some-
thing to make them realize what they are doing is
wrong and dangerous to others but after all the times I
have called nothing happened. They were told to just
keep the noise down when they could clearly see the
keg sitting under the light. What good is that supposed
to do? They are still going to get into their vehicles and
drive under the influence of drugs and alcohol. Not to
mention most of the youth work out in the community
and go to work hung over. Just think they are the ones
you're trusting to change your tires, care for the elder-
ly, and do maintenance on your vehicles.

I wonder if all water uses were to stop, would SR-
WMD notice any difference in surface and groundwa-
ter tables? We'd still be in a drought.

Today, 15 December 10, is the 219th anniversary of
the adoption of the Bill of Rights, the first Ten Amend-
ments to our Constitution, as ratified in 1791.


Rave

The Bill of Rights was inspired by three remarkable
documents: John Locke's 1689 thesis, Two Treatises of
Government, regarding the protection of "property"
(in the Latin context, proprius, or one's own "life, lib-
erty and estate"); in part from the Virginia Declaration
of Rights authored by George Mason in 1776 as part
of that state's Constitution; and, of course, in part from
our Declaration of Independence authored by Thomas
Jefferson.
Read in context, the Bill of Rights is both an affir-
mation of innate individual rights and a clear delin-
eation on constraints upon the central government. As
oft trampled and abused as the Bill of Rights is, Patri-
ots should remain vigilant in the fight for our rights.

U.S. student comparisons to other nations have fall-
en since the Dept. of Education was formed by Jimmy
Carter in 1980. It's current budget is $68.6 billion.
Time to axe a wasteful federal department that does
more harm than good.
MEN
Cheers for the Suwannee River Valley Marketing
Group for promoting eco-tourism outside our area.
This is the most viable, sustainable and profitable eco-
nomic path we can persue. Using this grant money to
expand exposure is absolutely what needs done. Our
unique and scenic environment should be the #1 draw.
If this county doesn't revise land use & change the al-
cohol law we will get the short end as usual, while the
other counties reap the rewards. This can protect our
springs while utilizing them profitably, much better
than the current policy of commercial exploitation by
large corporate interests.

Apparently the kids that put the soap in the water at
the fountain don't read. I went by the other day and
there it was soapy water, bubbles coming out of that
memorial, that is just sad. What I suggest is that we
turn off the water to the fountain and conserve water,
help with this drought that they say we are now facing.
And I certainly hope that these young people that are
doing these deeds get turned in because they need to
do community service time in a veterans' graveyard.
Also I would like to comment that the town is dead. I
drive by and it's sad, there is nothing in this town,
there are only a few businesses that have a few lights
up and the rest of it just dead. We spent a lot of mon-
ey to decorate the downtown area and it is to no avail.
I think we need to look on how this community exists
and why it exists and who is making the decisions to
keep this town under wraps. I hope y'all have a Merry
Christmas and a safe New Year and let's look forward
to next year when we can look forward to changes that
will brighten the lives of everyone in this community.
Thank you.


SEE RANT & RAVE, PAGE 12A


GUEST COMMENTARY


The Christmas season got
off to an official start with the
Downtown Lights event and
the lighting of the city Christ- -
mas tree. Many attended the .
event and enjoyed the festivi-
ties. Old Santa himself was
there greeting all the children.
The Christmas season is im-
portant to many for various
reasons. Most important, BY SONN
Christmas is the celebration of
the fulfillment of the prophecy of Christ's birth as Sav-
ior. Through his birth, all believers are assured of eter-
nal life. It is a time of gift giving which is exciting to
both the young and young at heart. It is also a very im-
portant time for our businesses. For many businesses,
it can determine whether they keep their doors open.
The Christmas pageant was a great success. The chil-
dren were mighty cute as always and the ladies were
lovely. A big THANK YOU goes out to the Live Oak
Partnership, especially Chairman Randy Torrance and
his board members, for putting all of the Live Oak


MAYOR'S
CORNER


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QUESTION OF

THE WEEK


How much of your


Christmas shopping


do you do online?


O All of it.

1 Most of it.


0 Some of it.

O None of it.


Lights festivities together. If
you missed the Live Oak
Lights event and the lighting
of the City of Live Oak


Christmas tree or missed it
in the Democrat, you can
Look back and view it on the
tenth page of the news sec-
tion in the December 1 edi-
tion. I thought coverage of
NOBLES the official kick-off of
Christmas in Live Oak and
Santa's visit was important enough to deserve a little
better than tenth page. Merchants, your storefronts
look great. You did a great job of promoting Christmas
this year with your decorations.
The holidays are a busy time for me in serving as
your Mayor. I have represented the city at many events
and celebrations with others to come. The Boys Ranch
and Comprehensive Community Services are very en-
joyable events. These are special because of the people

SEE MAYOR'S CORNER, PAGE 12A


ONLINE

OPPORTUNITY

Poll Results (12-10-10)
Will Gov.-elect Rick Scott be
successful in his bid to reduce
waste and significantly curb
spending in Tallahassee?
No, special interests will win out, as always -- 51%
Yes, but only to a limited degree -- 28%
Yes, a new era of government frugality is coming -- 17%
Don't know -- 4%
This poll is not scientific and reflects the opinions of
only those Internet users who have chosen to partic-
ipate. The results cannot be assumed to represent
the opinions of Internet users in general, nor the
public as a whole.
www.suwanneedemocrat.com


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Beachville talent. .





show a big hit

The Beachville Advent Christian Church Youth hosted a Christmas talent show on Sunday, Dec. 12. Four- I4 .I. *
teen people participated in the show with talents such as piano playing, singing, twirling, guitar playing, and
a cappella solos. The night included a meal with soups, sandwiches and other Christmas treats, all the kids. � -
received fruit and candy bags and many items were brought to donate to the needy in the area. Thanks to
everyone who came out to support and participate! - Courtesy photo


OPINION


'Fruitcakes'


are good


company

By G..- *. Parsley
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Branford Church of Christ
This week I feel as did Jude
when he wrote, "Beloved,
while I was very diligent to
write to you concerning our
common salvation, I found it
necessary to write to you ex-
horting you to contend earnest-
ly for the faith which was once
for all delivered to the saints"
(Jude 3). Last week we had
started a series about the O.T.
Scriptures and Lord willing we
will continue that next week.
But after reading Dr. Matier's
fruitcake article I felt as did
Jude "it necessary to write" to
address a more pressing need.
I still do not understand why
men must resort to name call-
ing when unable to stand on
the solid rock foundation of
the gospel of Jesus Christ.
When one can not defend their
position or conclusion on any
matter name calling is always
a last ditch effort in order to
disregard or smear another. I
had offered to Dr. Matier in
my article "Pagans vs. Chris-
tians, a reply," the opportunity
to take our conclusions public
in order that all can hear the
Scriptures concerning baptism
and salvation. Well Dr. Matier
has yet to contact me but is
more willing to hide behind
paper and ink to take jabs and
call names. All I will say con-
cerning that is "a tree is known
by its fruit" (Matt. 7:15-20).
Folks of Dr. Matier's conclu-
sion of salvation rely on one
passage of scripture as the
foundation of their doctrine
and that is Ephesians 2:8-9.
This is truly a beautiful and
comforting passage when it
speaks of God's grace and
what He has done for us, there
is no denial of that. This pas-
sage is truth because it is in
the Book of God and revealed
to Paul by the Holy Spirit (1
Cor. 2:10-16). But what we
must remember is it is not the
"only" passage that speaks of
faith, grace and salvation as
Dr. Matier presents it. But it
seems that if you believe other
passages that speak of faith,
grace and salvation then you
are a fruitcake. Well fruitcakes
are good company.
1. Jesus and Paul were
SEE 'FRUITCAKES', PAGE 8A


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Branford Bementary School
January Newsletter
2011

Calendar


Monday, January 3
Monday, January 17

Wednesday, January 19
through 21
Friday, January 21
Monday, January 24


Teacher Work Day - No School
MLK: School Holiday
No school for students
BES Science Fair
(Please see note below)
End of nine weeks
Teacher Workday
No school for students


There will be no early release day in January.
The 2010-2011 BES yearbook will go on sale January 4, 2011. Money should be turned in to your
teacher or Mrs. Vera Knighton. Yearbooks are $25.00. Checks should be made out to BES and
must include your phone number.
The science fair set up is January 19th. Some projects may be due earlier for presentation to the
class or grading prior to the science fair. Please see your child's teacher for the due date.
Science Fair Parent Night will be on Thursday, January 20th from 5:30 - 7:00 pm. All projects
need to be taken down and taken home on Friday, January 21st
Recognition and thanks:
Thanks to all parent volunteers who have come to help with holiday parties. I know that
the faculty would like to thank you all for your help.
Thanks to all of the teachers and parents who donated gifts to our "Angel Tree". Because
of you all children in the community will have a little happier holiday.
Lunchroom news:
The new program with the Principal's account is working well and seems to be success.
We are glad to help as long as we can get reimbursed for the withdrawals and keep the account
soluble. Thanks for being responsible and helping us keep this program going.
The next School Advisory Council meeting will be on Monday, February 7th at 7:00 pm.
My wishes are that 2011 be the best year ever for everyone.
David Campbell


Christmas


program at


Pinemount
Pinemount Baptist Church
would like to invite you to our
Christmas program celebrating
Christ's birth on December 19
at 6:30 pm. Light refreshments
will be served after the Christ-
mas service. Pinemount Baptist
Church is located on US 129
South in McAlpin across the
street from the S&S.


O'ien Volunteer Fire Department Change old habits

Pancake Breakfast and Fund Raiser for better health


2nd Saturday of each month. $3 donation, 2 pan-
cakes, 2 sausages, and orange juice, tea, hot cocoa
or coffee.Time: 7 a.m. to 10 a.m.
Where: O'Brien Station, 10121 N. CR 349,
O'Brien. Funds will be used to purchase equip-
ment and maintenance.



Tax Collector

representative

in Branford
A representative of the Suwannee County Tax
Collector's office will be at Branford Town Hall
the 1st & 3rd Tuesday of each month from 8:30
a.m.-noon and from 1 pm-4:30 p.m.


Change your habits and improve your
health for 2011 and beyond. Join the
Lifestyle Changes and Healthy Living
Class for group exercise, motivational
support, nutrition information, stress re-
duction and weight management. Classes
are sponsored by Palms Medical Group
and take place at various locations in
Branford, Trenton, Bell and Williston.
Classes in Branford are located at the
Branford Woman's Club, 26811 Highway
247 in Branford. Sessions are Mondays
from 1 to 2:30 p.m. Adults are invited to
attend. The fee is $5 per session.
To learn more about Palms Medical
Group and upcoming dates and locations
of the Lifestyle Changes and Healthy Liv-
ing Class, visit www.palmsmg.org or call
1-888-730-2374.


INDEX


ACC ............... 7B
Arrests ..............2A
Legal Notices ........ .2C
Obituary ............. 9A


SEC ................ 8B
Sports ............. 1 B
Suwannee Living ..... .4A
Viewpoint ............ 6A


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charged as fruitcakes. I do
not think that anyone, even
Dr. Matier, would say that
Jesus and Paul were fruit-
cakes for speaking the
truth, would they? Jesus
being the Word (Jn. 1:1)


spoke the truth but yet
even He was considered a
"fruitcake." The Jews
charged Him saying
"...Do we not say rightly
that You are a Samaritan
and have a demon?" (Jn.
8:48). And a little later
they called Him a sinner


(Jn. 9:24). Jesus being the
Truth (Jn. 14:6) was
charged with similar at-
tacks as we today when we
just simply state the scrip-
tures as they read on salva-
tion.
Paul was also charged of
being mad (a fruitcake) as


well. Remember when he
was before Festus? "Now
as he thus made his de-
fense, Festus said with a
loud voice, "Paul, you are
beside yourself! Much
learning is driving you
mad !" 25 But he said, "I
am not mad, most noble


'Glorious Joy'


The Branford United Methodist Church Choir presents "Glo-
rious Joy" by O.D. Hall on Friday, Dec. 17 in their Sanctuary
at the corner of Henry and Express Streets in Branford. The





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Hatch Bend
Apostolic Church

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Sunday Worship........................10:00 a.m.
Wednesday.................................. 7:30 p.m.
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Branford United
Methodist Church
LerbieAlligood
935-1653
Sunday
Sunday School..........................9:30 a.m.
Church Service..........................10:45 a.m.
Wednesday
Bible Study..................................5:30 p.m.
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Burlington Santa Fe
Church of Christ
Evangelist Ken Campbell
935-1532
Bible School............................... 10:00 a.m.
Worship Service.........................11:00 a.m.
Bible Hour....................................5:00 p.m.
Worship Service..........................6:00 p.m.
Wed.-Bible Study.........................7:00 p.m.
571676-F

Living Springs
Family Worship Center
Pastor Charles Istre
Church 935-1713
www.livingspringsfwc@windstream.net
Sunday School........................ 9:30 a.m.
Morning Service................... 10:30 a.m.
Wed. Family Night & OPEN Youth
Ministries
Service.........................................7:00 p.m.
571693-F

San Juan Catholic Mission
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For information call
935-2632
surniil \l ........... ..........................9:30 a.m .
Wednesday Mass..............................6:00 p.m.
571699-F


McCall's Chapel
7755 S. SR 349, Branford, FL 32008
935-0595
Sunday School.......... ..................... 9:45 a.m.
Worship Service...........................11:00 a.m.
Wed. Bible Study...........................7:00 p.m.
571704-F

First Baptist Church
Gordon Keller, Pastor
Church 935-1363

Sunday School...............................9:00 a.m.
Morning Worship.........................10:15 a.m.
Youth Discipliship..........................5:00 p.m.
Sunday Evening.............................6:00 p.m.
Wed.-Prayer Meeting....................6:30 p.m.
571705-F

Ephesus Advent
Christian Church
Pastor Bill Talley
935-6735- 208-9626

Sunday School Service..................9:45 a.m.
Worship Service. ..........................11:00 a.m.
Prayer Meeting...............................7:00 p.m.
598718-F

Hatch Bend Baptist Church
Pastor Paul A. Coleman
935.0943
Sunday School...............................9:45 am.
Sunday Morning Worship.......... :ll00 am.
Sunday Evening............................6:00 p.m.
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3029S.E. CR 500 592837-F

Peace Baptist Church
S.B.C.
Pastor TL Holton Sr.
935-4681* 7794 E. US Hwy 27
Services Each Sunday
Bible Study...............................10:00 a.m.
W orship....................................:l 00 am,
W orship......................................7:00 pm.
Wednesday
Prayer & Bible Study................7:00 p.m.
571701-F


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program will begin at 7 p.m. and the admission is one non-
perishable item per person for the food pantry. Children of
all ages are welcome. If there are any questions, please call
the church office at 386-935-1653 and someone will get
back to you. Come, hear, and sing carols of Christmas we
all love and hold so dear. Everyone is invited for refresh-
ments following the presentation. See you there!
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Food for Thought

WHAT DID JESUS BELIEVE
ABOUT GOD?
We know Jesus was "with God" and He "was
God" [Jn. 1:1]. No one could have a greater
knowledge of God than Jesus, who is God! What
did Jesus believe about God?
1) That God Is Spirit: John 4:24 "God is Spirit."
God is intelligent, incorruptible and eternal. We
must worship God in spirit and truth!
2) That God Is Living: Peter made the great
confession in Matt. 16:16-17 that Jesus is the
Christ the Son of the living God. Jesus said Peter
learned this from His Father in Heaven.
3) That God Is Trinity: Jesus gave us the Great
Commission he said we are to baptize in the name
of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit [Matt. 28:18-
20].
4) That God Is Perfect: Matt. 5:48 "Be perfect,
just as your Father in heaven is perfect."
5) That God Answers Prayers: Jesus told us to
ask, seek and knock [Matt. 7:7-11]. He said we
would receive, find and the door would be opened.

Ken Campbell, Evangelist
Burlington-Santa Fe Church of Christ
570031-F


Festus, but speak the
words of truth and reason"
(Ac. 26:24-25). Men today
just like Festus when they
hear "words of truth and
reason" and are unwilling
to accept those words of
truth they resort to name
calling and charging folks
as being demon possessed,
a sinner, out of their minds
(or fruitcakes).
I think being a fruitcake
is to be in good company
because truth speakers
have always been "fruit-
cakes".
2. Saved by grace
through faith. Now con-
cerning the passage that
Dr. Matier continues to
place the sum of salvation
in, Ephesians 2:8-9, as I
have said before this pas-
sage is truth but it is also a
general passage that states
a biblical truth.
Now let's consider some
overlooked facts concern-
ing this passage. Such as
who was this letter written
to, saint or sinner? Paul
writes "Paul, an apostle of
Jesus Christ by the will of
God, To the saints who are
in Ephesus, and faithful in
Christ Jesus:" (Eph. 1:1).
Paul wrote to saints those
who were already saved
which he also makes this
point in chapter 2:1-6. So
when he makes the state-
ment in 2:8-9 it is a gener-
al, "wide brush" type of
statement. He is writing to
people that have been
saved by grace through
faith and is not telling peo-
ple how to be saved by
grace through faith.
Paul does not say a word
in 2:8-9 of what they are to
have faith in. Nor does he
say anything of how to re-
ceive God's grace which is
a gift. So if we are to take
these two verses as they
are standing alone as Dr.
Matier tries to present
them we know nothing of
where faith is to be direct-
ed much less the concept
of Gods grace. So how do
we find these things out?
We must go to other pas-
sages in the Bible and even
read before and after 2:8-9.
3. Baptism is salvation
by grace through faith. The
very context that Dr. Mati-
er is using to teach salva-
tion by faith through grace
teaches that baptism is part
of that. Consider what Paul
wrote, "even when we
were dead in trespasses,
made us alive together
with Christ (by grace you
have been saved), 6 and
raised us up together, and
made us sit together in the
heavenly places in Christ
Jesus," (Eph. 2:5-6). Now
notice that these Ephesians
"were dead" but they were
"made alive" by God's
grace by being "raised up".
These have direct refer-
ence to baptism in other


passages in the N.T. such
as Rm. 6:3-6 and Col.
2:12.
It is also important to
consider how they were
saved by grace through
faith. To find this out we
must go back to their con-
version that is found in
Acts 19. Here we see in vs.
3 they had Johns baptism
which was for repentance
vs. 4 not salvation. Now if
these "disciples" vs. 1 had
been saved by grace
through faith why did Paul
require them to be re-bap-
tized for the right reason
and in the right name?
Baptism today in most
places is used for the same
purpose as was John's bap-
tism, one of repentance or
"an outward sign of an in-
ward grace."
We see salvation by
grace through faith with
the example of Noah.
Noah found grace in the
eyes of the Lord in the
midst of a sinful world
(Gen. 6:7-8). The grace of
God gave or revealed to
Noah the way to be saved
and that was the building
of the ark (Gen. 6:14-7:1).
God's grace gave the way
to be saved and Noah's
faith in the plan (God's
grace) saved him and his
family (1 Pet. 3:20). And
as the Hebrew writer said
"By faith Noah, being di-
vinely warned of things
not yet seen, moved with
godly fear, prepared an ark
for the saving of his house-
hold, by which he con-
demned the world and be-
came heir of the righteous-
ness which is according to
faith" (Heb. 11:7). And this
brings us back to Eph. 2:4-
8 which speaks of being
raised up (baptism) which
is part of God's grace
which we are to have faith
in (Mk. 16:15-16; Col.
2:12). And we also see in 1
Pet. 3:21 that baptism for
us is a part of God's grace
as was the ark in the Days
of Noah.

I will gladly take the
company of fruitcakes over
the company of those who
truly deny the grace of
God. As Paul wrote,
"Where is the wise? Where
is the scribe? Where is the
dispute of this age? Has
not God made foolish the
wisdom of this world? 21
For since, in the wisdom
of God, the world through
wisdom did not know God,
it pleased God through the
foolishness of the message
preached to save those
who believe" (1 Cor. 1:20-
21). Truth speakers have
always been charged with
being fruitcakes so when
folks act like the Jews and
Festus it should cause you
to step back and consider
where the truth is being
spoken.


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SUWANNEE HEALTH DEPT. NEWS


Mary Hart James
June 11, 1917 -
December 15, 2010

Scary Hart James,
93 passed away
U December 15,
2010. She was
born June 11, 1917 in
McAlpin, Fla. to James and
Fannie Ogburn Jones. She
is preceded in death by two
husbands, Earl James and
James Leo Hart (father of
their five children) and two
sons, Edward Hart and Eu-
gene Hart. Mary is sur-
vived by three children,
Ernest/Sandra Hart of
McAlpin, Fla., Clyde/Betty
Hart of Boyce, La., Patsy
Kovach of Dade City, Fla.;
17 grandchildren; 33
great-grandchildren; and 2
great-great-grandchildren.
Viewing will be 5-7 p.m.
Friday, December 17,
2010. Funeral Services will
be held 11 a.m. Saturday,
December 18, 2010 with
viewing one hour prior.
Hodges Funeral Home
Dade City, Fla. 301
Chapel.


Stop, drop and
Recycle for Adults
with Disabilities
Comprehensive
Community Services Inc.
Invites you to participate in
our recycling project
campaign. CCS Clients are
recycling - Printer Ink
Cartridges, Laser
Cartridges, Cell Phones -
Any Kind, MP3 Players
Drop off at Lafayette
Extension Office, Wes
Haney Chevrolet,
Suwannee Tax Collectors,
Live Oak City Hall, or the
CCS Office, larger
quantities can be picked up.
For more information on
how your business can join
the CCS recycling team
call Janet Sampson, 386-
362-7143 ext 5.


Stay healthy by washing germs down the drain


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then transferred to other
uncooked foods such as a
salad. Cooking the raw
food killed the initial
germs, but the salad re-


mains contaminated.
From an infected child
to their hands and then
to other children
Germs are passed from a
child with diarrhea to the
hands of the parent during


diaper changing. If the par-
ent doesn't immediately
wash his or her hands, the
germs that cause diarrhea
are then passed to others.
From animals to people
Wash your hands after


Downtown shopping


campaign kicks off


By Jeff Waters
The Live Oak Partner-
ship wants everyone to re-
ceive a free gift while they
shop at local downtown
stores this Christmas sea-
son.
Residents who shop at
local participating busi-
nesses up until Dec. 23 can
receive collectible Twelve
Days of Christmas cards as
part of the inaugural
Twelve Days of Christmas
Shopping Experience.
"Shoppers who complete
the set will have up to
three chances to win a
prize package of over 20
prizes donated by partici-
pating businesses," said
Randy Torrance, Live Oak


Partnership chairman.
"This campaign is de-
signed to coincide with a
new effort that we are
making to 'fill the side-
walks.' If we can get the
consumer to come down-
town and see what is here,
then we have accom-
plished our goal."
Participating businesses
with these collector cards
include: Suzie's Flowers,
Faye's Florist, Suwannee
Antiques, Big Wheel Mar-
ketplace, Live Oak Jewel-
ry, Downtown Cafe,
McHale's Specialties,
Melissa's Antiques &
Gifts, Good Stuff, Maria
Bonita Multi-services
Store, Donut Time, Simpli-


Master Gardening Series to be held at

Lafayette County Public Library each month
January 7, Cindy Hett, Lawn Fertilization
February 4, Joann Martz - Roses
March 4, Maggie Biggerstaff - Ornamental grasses
April 1, Janie Henson - Hardy flowering perennials
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Live Oak Health Food, and
Stitchin' Sisters. Magnetic
Marketing is the site for
the card folder, and the
three sites for prize regis-
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petting animals or touching
a surfaces they come into
contact with.

For proper hand wash-
ing, you must have these
three components:
1. Soap
2. Warm water
3. Friction (rubbing your
hands together)

Here are six easy steps
for washing your hands
properly:
1. Wet hands with warm,
running water.
2. Add soap.
3. Rub hands together
vigorously for 20 seconds.
Children can be taught to
sing their "A, B, C's" or
"Happy Birthday." Be sure
to wash:
The backs of hands
Wrists
Between fingers
Tips of fingers
Thumbs and
Under and around fin-


gernails
4. Rinse while pointing
fingers down
5. Dry vigorously with
paper towels or a clean
cloth towel
6. Turn off faucet with
towel and open door with
towel

If you do not have soap
or running water, then use
an alcohol-based hand rub.
To properly remove germs
from hands with these
rubs:
Apply about a dime
sized portion of hand rub
to palm of one hand
Rub hands together cov-
ering all surfaces of hands
and fingers
Rub until hands are dry.
If you would like a pre-
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and union have fought and
disagreed over issues," said
school board chairwoman
Julie Ulmer.
In light of the recent bar-
gaining session, she be-
lieves those days are over.
"We're all fighting for
the same thing," she said.
"We have evolved over the
years into a board and
union that is now working
together toward a common
goal."
The district has tried for
the past four years to insti-
tute a more collaborative
bargaining process that
takes place throughout the
year.
With teachers not receiv-
ing raises for the past three
years, Ulmer said it was
amazing to see such under-
standing and harmony be-
tween teachers and district
officials.
"Our union and board
were able to come to an
agreement where every-
body's happy. It was pretty
remarkable to see that dur-
ing a time when many
boards are coming to im-
passe with their unions be-
cause they can't agree," she


said.
Under the new agree-
ment, district employees
will receive a total com-
pensation increase of 4
percent to the salary
schedule for half of the
year effective in January,
equivalent to a 2 percent
raise for the 2010-11
school year. Additionally,
employees get a one-time
3 percent bonus this week
through a federal Educa-
tion Jobs Fund grant ear-
marked for that purpose.
Administrators and teach-
ers agreed not to discuss
compensation again until
the 2012-13 school year.
Changes in healthcare
benefits will not be deter-
mined until renewal time
at the first of the year.
United Teachers of
Suwannee County presi-
dent Sheryl Daniels agreed
that this year's bargaining
went better than ever.
"This was the best time
we've had at the table ever
-- compromising and com-
ing up with something
that's good for all parties
involved," she said.
Daniels said the environ-
ment at the bargaining ses-
sions was the least stressful


since she's been president.
"We worked in harmo-
ny," Daniels said, "It was a
good feeling."
The new agreement will
be effective for the next
three years, until the next
bargaining session in 2013.
The agreement covers such
important factors as terms
and conditions of employ-
ment.
"It was a very successful
collaborative effort by the
United Teachers of Suwan-
nee County and the school
board," said the district's
Chief Financial Officer and
chief negotiator Vickie
Music.
Despite changes in state
government and anticipat-
ed legislation that could
upset the current balance,
union and district officials
said they are not worried.
"Those things could pre-
sent challenges, but I think
we have the commitment
by all to come to good de-
cisions and resolutions,"
said Music.
Daniels agreed.
"We may just have to
work harder," she said.
The new contract was
ratified by a 99.1 percent
vote of the union.


City-county building dept. merger


Continued From Page 1A

Bennie Thomas agreed
with the proposal and not-
ed a number of govern-
ments have gone the same
route.
"They're beginning to
merge because of the fact
their funding is getting so
bad they can't afford to op-
erate," he said.
Prins noted that during
his research on the matter


he found that the city's
building department ex-
pense last fiscal year was
roughly $180,000 while
the department brought in
around in $60,000 in rev-
enue.
"No private business
could keep their doors
open for any length of
time under those circum-
stances, so why should we
ask the taxpayers to,"
Prins asked.


"I think whatever we can
do to save money, we need
to save money," said Bob
Farley, city administrator.
The county building de-
partment's revenues for
fiscal year 2009-10 was
$177,654 with expenses of
$174,756.
The motion by Prins was
passed by a 3-2 vote, with
Council members David
Burch, Prins and Thomas
voting in favor.


Continued From Page 1A

prescription drugs to our citizens. We were
able to make 33 arrests (Wednesday) and
expect to make 20 more."
Those arrested, all Suwannee County
residents, are:
Anthony R Ansley, 36, 1405 E Duval
St. Lot 41 - three counts of possession of
marijuana with the intent to sell, sale of
marijuana within 1,000 feet of a church,
possession of cocaine with the intent to
sell, sale of cocaine and two counts of sale
of marijuana.
Tanya Lynn Boyd, 42, 8979 170th Ter-
race, McAlpin - trafficking in hy-
drocodone, sale of hydrocodone, posses-
sion of hydrocodone with intent to sell,
two counts of possession of oxycodone
with intent to sell, sale of oxycodone with-
in 1,000 feet of a school, two counts of
trafficking oxycodone and sale of oxy-
codone.
Gary Wayne Carter, 53, 10903 96th
Trail - poss. hydrocodone w/i to sell, sale
hydrocodone, traff. hydrocodone, two
counts poss. darvocet w/i to sell and two
counts sale of darvocet.
Jheryl Lawrence Daniels, 20, 10356
CR 252 - two counts poss. oxycodone w/i
to sell, two counts sale oxycodone, two
counts traff. in oxycodone and unlawful
use of two way communication device.
Harry Mario Faison, 30, 10801 73rd
Loop - two counts traff. in hydrocodone,
two counts poss. hydrocodone and two
counts sale hydrocodone.
Cathern Race Ferrell, 34, 12705 Rail-
road Street - poss. w/i to sell hydrocodone,
sale hydrocodone and traff. hydrocodone.
Melvin Clarence Gandy Jr., 38, 813
Hillman Ave., sale cocaine within 1,000
feet of childcare facility and poss. cocaine
w/i to sell.
Kevin James Gary, 30, Royal Inn Rm.
115 - poss. cocaine w/i to sell, sale of co-
caine within 1,000 feet of church and sale
contraband prescription drugs.
Deborah Murray Geib, 55, 190 Hori-
zon Circle - poss. oxycodone w/i to sell,
sale oxycodone, traff. oxycodone, sale
codeine and poss. codeine w/i to sell.
Bruce Edward Hodges, 22, 22977 CR
252 - two counts poss. cannabis w/i to sell
and two counts sale of +20 grams of
cannabis.
Larry Johnson Jr., 58, 409 McGee
Street - poss. cocaine and tampering with
evidence.
Patrick James Ketchem, 28, 214 Semi-
nole Street - poss. morphine w/i sell and
sale of morphine.
Robert Louis Lanum, 70, 11936 Bass
Road - two counts oxycodone w/i to sell
and two counts sale of oxycodone.
Barbara Ann Lewis, 49, 813 HIllman
Ave. - poss. cocaine w/i to sell and sale of
cocaine w/i 1,000 feet of childcare facility.
Robin Marie Lynch, 36, 12372 Bass
Rd. - poss. of alprazolam w/i to sell, sale
alprazolam, poss. oxycodone w/i to sell
and sale oxycodone.
Robert Earl Moore, 55, 613 Pine Ave.
- poss. w/i to sell oxycodone and sale oxy-
codone.


Tyler Bruce Musgrove, 23, 12386
196th Terr., O'Brien - poss. controlled
substance w/i to sell and sale of controlled
substance, to wit suboxone.
Marion Smith Neel, 64, 19571 CR 136
- two counts poss. morphine w/i to sell and
two counts sale of morphine.
Cathern Powell Newby, 55, 1409
White Ave. - two counts poss. hy-
drocodone w/i to sell, two counts sale of
hydrocodone, two counts traff. hy-
drocodone +14 grams but less than 28
grams, poss. alprazolam w/i to sell, sale of
alprazolam and sale of carisoprodol.
Margie Carol Norrato, 45, 9820 105th
Drive - traff. oxycodone, poss. oxycodone
w/i to sell and sale of oxycodone.
Janel Tamee Ortiz, 32, 1048 CR 136 -
poss. hydrocodone, sale of hydrocodone
and unlawful use of a two way comm. de-
vice.
Vera Michelle Pittman, 35, 603 Ada
St. - poss. methadone w/i to sell, sale
methadone, three counts poss. oxycodone
w/i to sell, two counts sale of oxycodone,
two counts unlawful use of a two way
comm. device and sale of oxycodone w/i
1,000 feet of a recreational facility.
Addie Walls Priester, 63, 11767 110th
St. - poss. oxycodone w/i to sell and sale
of oxycodone.
Donald Randolph Priester, 29, 11767
110th St. - poss. oxycodone w/i to sell and
sale of oxycodone.
Walter Frederick Race, 38, 1409
White Ave. - poss. hydrocodone w/i to
sell, sale of hydrocodone and traff. in hy-
drocodone.
Sandra Mary Rainey, 49, 13709 80th
Terr. - traff. hydrocodone more than 4
grams but less than 14 grams, two counts
poss. hydrocodone w/i to sell, sale of hy-
drocodone w/i 1,000 feet of a church, traff.
hydrocodone and sale of hydrocodone.
Pat Ray Ridgway, 44, 10989 150th St.,
McAlpin - three counts poss. hydrocodone
w/i to sell, sale hydrocodone w/i feet of a
church, traff. hydrocodone and two counts
sale oxycodone.
James Irvin Robertson, 38, 937
Bryson St. Lot 15 - two counts poss. mar-
ijuana, sale of marijuana and sale of mari-
juana w/i 1,000 feet of a church.
Awanda Silvan, 33, 502 Clay St. - two
counts poss. hydrocodone w/i to sell, two
counts sale hydrocodone, two counts traff.
hydrocodone, three counts poss. oxy-
codone w/i to sell, three counts sale of
oxycodone, unlawful use of a two way
comm. device, poss. methadone w/i to sell
and sale methadone.
Kenneth Watkins, 45, 605 Orchard St.
- poss. cocaine w/i to sell and sale of co-
caine w/i 1,000 of a church.
Lawanda Lynn Wheeler, 36, 2919
230th St. - poss. oxycodone w/i to sell and
sale of oxycodone.
Kathryn Marguerite Wood, 29, 634
Washington Ave. - poss. hydrocodone w/i
to sell, sale of hydrocodone w/i 1,000 feet
of a recreation facility and traff. in hy-
drocodone.
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wastewater treatment plant
and the new wells and ele-
vated water storage tank.
City Councilman Adam
Prins believes the public
was misled on the matter.
"They led me to believe
and everyone in the meet-
ings that once the prison
came online rates would
go down," he said. "They
misled the public to get
what they wanted. The
whole reason rates were
going up was because with
the prison we were rev-
enue short."
Farley never said the
settlement would automat-
ically negate the rate hike.
However, he has repeat-
edly indicated the prison's


failure to use all the water
it contracted for was the
cause of the proposed rate
hike.
A local businessman
who attended a council
meeting on the matter said
that was his understanding
as well.
"That's the way they
presented it," said Charles
Thomas. "It was my un-
derstanding that it was due
to shortfalls from the
prison."
In any case, residential
rates are set to climb grad-
ually, beginning in 2011. A
minimum residential utili-
ty bill will increase from
$53.81 to $55.47. Com-
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this month in connection with the crimes now
face additional counts.
Lawrence Troy Tyre, 24, of 1115 Hamilton
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dealing in stolen property and grand theft.
According to sheriff's reports, Coogle al-
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from four irrigation systems from a field off
201st Road, sometime between Nov. 1 and Nov.
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the wire was then sold in Lake City." He was
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Joshua Skinner was rearrested for taking cop-
per wire he and another person stole from a
dairy farm's irrigation system sometime in the
last month, selling the wire for $684. The value
of the copper was about $2,000.
James Skinner faces the additional charges
for taking copper wire from an irrigation system
on a CR 250 farm. The value of the copper was
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ME
Thanking you for rant and rave. I would
like to make a comment on the gentleman
who stands out at the Suwannee Middle
School in the mornings and afternoons di-
recting traffic, they have sincerely been
there cold, heat, rain. We thank you, we ap-
preciate you for supporting our school sys-
tem at Suwannee Middle School. Thank
you.
M E
Live Oak Schools have got their grades.
If our children came home with those
grade drops, they would be put on restric-
tion. I think we should do the same thing
with the so-called professionals that run
our schools and run the business of our ed-
ucation here in this county.
ME
Yes, Mr. Scarborough said two years ago
when he was elected that he would make
some changes in our school system. The
newspaper says that the school grades are
down in Suwannee from a C to a D, and in
Branford from an A to a B. Jerry, this is not
the change we wanted for our kids.
M
To those who are dumping the trash at
96th and 217, we have your tag, next time
you will be told. Thank you.
M
This is to the property owner who can't
sell his house due to excessive noise in the
subdivision. My attorney advised me that
if a seller loses a sale of a home due to
noise caused by a neighbor, he may be able
to sue that neighbor for tortious interfer-
ence. Good luck.
M
My hat is off to all these wonderful peo-
ple who have done the wonderful light dis-
plays at their homes. One in particular that
I find I like and the kids really like head
south, on 129 past the land fill and there is
semi truck all lit up and the next dirt road
to the right about a mile, there is a beauti-
ful light display set to music.
M
Yes, I used to live on 53rd Road, which


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is now 52nd Road. I would like to know
that someone was supposed to allow us to
know what our road number would be in
case of an emergency. We would say
18925 53rd road, they wouldn't be able to
find us. I think this needs to be addressed
and taken care of. Please let people be
aware when you change the street number
and signs. That's all I got to say.
SE
The ag only zoning was a bad idea then
and in today's economy , even worse. We
have square miles of land that is not
farmed and people willing to invest in the
county but can't or just won't be allowed
to. It is time to go to the state legislature
and or courts to force this county into the
year 2011. If we are unwilling to raise our
income level, earn revenue, and allow free
enterprise in order to function, then the
state needs to stop the constant flow of
welfare grants and force a realistic policy
on Suwannee co. Hopefully Mr. Maxwell
will persue ethics inquiries as to how this
money is spent and how this place oper-
ates. It just may be time to go over the
heads buried in the sand or maybe the ma-
nure pile
SE
Why not have trash, bottles, diapers at
boat ramps, the stuff is strewn all over the
roads too. How can that many lazy slobs
be in one small area? No kiddin', I just had
a visitor ask me what was with all garbage
on the roads. It seems we're known far &
wide for this unique charm.
SE
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they serve. I enjoyed the
tasting party sponsored by
the Pink Ladies at the hos-
pital last week. Not only
did these ladies put togeth-
er a fine feed, they do so
many other things to minis-
ter to the needs of the hos-
pital, its staff and patients.
They are truly angels of
mercy. For the sake of my
waistline, I have to be real
careful with my eating with
all the food and goodies
that tempt me everywhere I
go. I bet none of you have
this problem during the
holidays.
Each year, we say that
Christmas on the Square
was the biggest and best
yet. Well, I think we can
say that with certainty this
year. Hundreds of vendors
and thousands of visitors
filled the streets of Live
Oak for the extravaganza. I
was amazed at the number
of people that attended.
The Christmas Parade was
wonderful. I was wowed by
the time and effort many
put into preparing the
floats. Susan Hillhouse did
a great job putting all of
this together with the assis-
tance of other Chamber
members. I was pleased to
present Susan with the
Mayor's Community Ser-
vice Award for her nine
years of service to Christ-
mas on the Square. A big
THANK YOU goes out to
all.
Our Legislative Delega-
tion visited City Hall this
week meeting with people
and receiving citizen ques-
tions, comments and sug-
gestions. We welcome their
visit each year prior to the
beginning of the Legisla-
tive session. I was pleased
to welcome Senator
Charles Dean and Repre-
sentative elect Elizabeth
Porter to Suwannee Coun-
ty. I presented Representa-
tive Porter with a "Key To
The City" as I had done
with Senator Dean several


years ago. On behalf of
myself, city staff, City
Council members and the
residents of Live Oak, I
praised Senator Dean for
his involvement in an issue
we had with the Depart-
ment of Corrections. When
we contacted Senator Dean
for help, he immediately
went to work on the prob-
lem. When I write immedi-
ately, I mean the next day.
Due to his efforts and those
of his staff, we now have a
satisfactory resolution to
the situation. The resolu-
tion is worth 13.4 million
dollars to the residents of
Live Oak. It is very com-
forting to know we have a
person representing us that
is so receptive and respon-
sive to our needs. I am sure
Representative Porter will
be just as responsive to our
needs as Senator Dean has
been.
Congressman Elect
Steve Southerland also vis-
ited City Hall Tuesday. We
had to do some juggling to
accommodate them both on
the same day but every-
thing worked out well. I
had an opportunity to visit
with the Congressman be-
fore the meeting and bend
his ear a little. Live Oak is
on the eastern fringe of his
district but he has assured
me we would not be ig-
nored or forgotten. I have
been very impressed with
him and am sure he will do
a fine job in Washington.
Oh, he got a "Key To The
City" also to remind him he
is always welcome to come
back and visit us.
This past Saturday, I rep-
resented the city at the
Wreaths Across America
Ceremony sponsored by
the Suwannee Valley
Squadron of the Civil Air
Patrol. This event takes
place throughout our na-
tion. Wreaths were laid rec-
ognizing the various
branches of our military.
Cadets also recognized our
veterans by laying wreaths
on the graves of many who


Suwannee Democrat

sold at these locations


Live Oak area
Jiffy 304 -- Ohio Ave. North
Walmart- Hwy 129 North
S & S 22 -Hwy129
Exxon - Next to Wendy's on
Hwy 129
S & S 45 - CR 49 & Hwy. 90
Donut Time -- Howard Street
Suwannee River Food Store - Hwy
129 N
Jiffy 311 - Hwy 90 west
Howlands -11th street
Howlands Express - 11th street
Jiffy 305 -- Irvin Ave. at roundabout
Winn Dixie -- Pinewood and Hwy
51
One Stop # 7 -- Hwy 90 east
Stop and Shop -- Ohio Ave. east
Jiffy 318 -- Duval Street east
J&K -- Hwy 129 N and
Winderweedle Ave
Ready Freddy -- Houston Ave
S & M -- Corner of Hwy 90 and
Walker St
Harrys -Walker Ave
Dollar General - Hwy 129 next to
Publix
Dollar General - Howard Street
S & P - Helvenston street
Downtown Cafe - Howard Street
west
Publix- Hwy 129 south
Luraville Store - Hwy 51 south
Jims Produce - Ohio ave south
Landens Grocery- Hamilton ave
Taylor Store -- Hwy 51 south
Dollar Tree -- Hwy 129 N next to
Walmart
S & S 46--10019 Hwy 129
Walgreens - Hwy 129 s across
from Publix
M & M Discount - Hwy 129 south
Fast Mart -- Ohio ave across from
Hardees
O'Brien
S & S19-- Hwy 129 S
McAlpin
S & S 25 -17022 Hwy 129
Branford area
Cuzins Cafe (moving to new
location)
Timesaver -- Hwy 27
Scaffs -- Suwanee Ave
C - Square Hwy 27
Dollar General - Hwy 27 east
M & M discount -- Suwannee Ave
Byrds Hwy 27 west of Branford
S & S 39 - Hwy 27 & Hwy 129
S & S 47 - Hwy 49 & Hwy 27
Jiffy 321 - Hwy 49 & Hwy 252


Mayo area
Jiffy 324 Hwy 27 west
L & R -- Hwy 51 north
S & S 53 - 11089 State Road 51
Jiffy 302 - 203 E Main Street
Fast Track 264 -- Hwy 27
Jasper area
S & S 49 -
Fast Track 404
Fast Track 103
Wellborn area
S & S 35 --Hwy 136
B&B -- HWY 90
Wellborn General -- CR 252
Lake City
S&S9 -- Hwy90
S & S 42 - Hwy 90
S & S 20- Hwy 90 at county line
Food Lion -- Hwy 90 west

Coin Rack
Locations
Live Oak Area
Suwannee Democrat - Howard
Street east
Dixie Grill - Howard Street east
Post Office - Ohio ave South
Sheryls
Kays Restaurant - Howard St.
West
Jays Restaurant - Hwy 90 west
Pepe's - Hwy 90 west
Suwannee Hospital - 11th Street
Save a lot - Hwy 129 S across from
Publix
Dairy Queen - Ohio ave south
Hardees - Ohio Ave south
Island Food Store --Walmart Plaza
Subway -- Walmart plaza
Huddle House -- Hwy 129 N & I -
10
Penn Oil- Hwy 129 N & -10
Falmouth Crossing - Hwy 90 west
Wellborn
Post Office - CR 137
Branford Area
Post office -- Suwannee Ave
Nells -- Suwannee Ave
The Gathering - CR 252
Dowlina Park
Riverview Apartments
Village Grocery
Jiffy 310 -- CR 250 at bridge
Food Mart -- CR 250
Good Samaritan Center
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have served and are no
longer with us. It was a very
solemn and inspiring cere-
mony. Thanks to all that
arranged and participated in
the program.
December 15 was Na-
tional Bill of Rights Day in
our nation. Mr. Hank
Hodek presented me with a
copy of the Constitution
and its amendments several
years ago. I have occasion
to reference these important
documents at times. To en-
sure many of the rights and
privileges we enjoy and
hold in such high regards,
our founding fathers added
these first 10 revisions to
the Constitution which have
become known as the Bill
of Rights. Much debate has
taken place over the last
several hundred years as to
interpretation of these
rights. The Supreme Court
constantly visits the consti-
tutionality of our laws.
Many are issues set forth in
the Bill of Rights. Our Con-
stitution has been amended
27 times. It is interesting to
note that the 27th Amend-
ment was not ratified until
1992 by the State of Michi-
gan. I sound like an old so-
cial studies teacher, don't I?
It's still not too late to
drop off toys by the fire sta-
tion for the Sparky's Kids
toy drive. Alan has 397 kids
signed up to receive toys
this year. We don't have
enough to serve all the
youngsters that are signed
up. Spend a few bucks so
that our young people can
have a more joyous Christ-
mas.
I am certainly not enjoy-
ing this cold weather. Man
has it been cold. Folks are
cranking up those fireplaces
and space heaters. It is im-
portant to think safety at all
times. Also, be safe in your
shopping. Put your gifts
and purses in the "cooter
hull" as my Granddaddy
used to call the trunk. Be
careful in your travels.
Slow down and drive de-
fensively. There are a lot of
nuts on the road during this
time of the year. Everyone
is in a hurry. Please wear
your seatbelts. Your life
may depend on it.
Contrary to what your
utility bill stated, those that
normally have your trash
picked up on the Thursday
before Christmas will have
it picked up on Wednesday.
New Year pickups are un-
changed. As always, I re-
mind you not to advertise
those gifts you received.
Crush that box the big
screen TV or other gifts
came in or wait to put it out
the day of your collection.
Don't invite criminals to
come help themselves to
your stuff.
Diane and I take this op-
portunity to wish all of you
a Merry Christmas and hap-
py and safe holiday season.
May all your wishes come
true. To many, a happy and
joyous Christmas is gauged
by the things you get. These
things are important this
time of the year but we
must somehow keep every-
thing in perspective. If you
didn't get a toy, piece of
jewelry or a hunk of coal,
could you find happiness
and bliss in the birth of our
Savior Jesus Christ?
I wish everyone a happy
New Year. I hope 2011 will
be a better year for every-
one. I pray for good health
and prosperity to all in the
coming year. Lord knows
we need it. God bless us all.


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darvocet w/i sell, sale dar-
vocet: SCSODTF EGors-
ki

December 15, Vincent
Hampton Hart, 18, 11471
Co Rd 49, Live Oak, FL,
sent 15 days cj: SCSO
B.Robinson

December 15, Pat Ray
Ridgway, 44, 10989 150th
St, Mcalpin, FL, poss hy-
drocodone w/i sell, sale
hydrocodone w/i 1000ft
church, traff hydrocodone,
poss hydrocodone w/i sell,
sale oxycodone, poss oxy-
codone w/i sell, sale oxy-
codone: SCSODTF
R.Sammons

December 15, Kathryn
Marguerite Wood, 29, 634
Washington Ave, Live
Oak, FL, poss hy-
drocodone w/i sell, sale of
hydrocodone w/i 1000ft of
rec facility, traffic in hy-
drocodone: DTF-Gorski

December 15, Robert
Louis Lanum, 70, 11936
Bass Rd, Live Oak, FL,
poss oxycodone w/i sell,
sale oxycodone, poss oxy-
codone w/i sell, sale oxy-
codone: SCSODTF R.
Sammons

December 15, Patrick
James Ketchem, 28, 214
Seminole St, Live Oak,
FL, poss morphine w/i
sell, sale morphine: SC-
SODTF Sammons/Roper

December 15, Janel
Tamee Ortiz, 32, 1048 Cr
136, Live Oak, FL, poss
hydrocodone, sale of hy-
drocodone, unlawful use of
two way, comm device:
DTF-Ramirez

December 15, Harry
Mario Faison, 30, 10801
73rd Loop, Live Oak, FL,
traffic in hydrocodone,
poss hydrocodone, sale hy-
drocodone, traffic in hy-
drocodone poss hy-
drocodone, sale hy-
drocodone: DTF-Gorski

December 15, Kenneth
Watkins, 45, 605 Orchard
St, Live Oak, FL, poss co-
caine w/i sell sale cocaine
w/i 1000ft of church:
DTF-Gorski

December 15, Robert
Earl Moore, 55, 613 Pine
Ave, Live Oak, FL, poss
w/i sell oxycodone, sale
oxycodone: SCSODTF-R.
Sammons

December 15, Cathern
Race Ferrell, 34, 12705
Railroad Street, Live Oak,
FL, poss w/i sell hy-
drocodone, sale hy-
drocodone, traf hy-
drocodone: SCSODTF-H.
Smith

December 15, Anthony
R Ansley, 36, 1405 E Du-
val St Lot 41, Live Oak,
FL, poss marijuana w/i
sell, sale marijuana w/i
1000ft of church, poss co-
caine w/i sell, sale of co-
caine, poss marijuana w/i
sell, sale marijuana, poss
marijuana w/i sell, sale
marijuana: DTF-Gorski

December 15, Lawanda
Lynn Wheeler, 36, 2919
230th Street, Live Oak,
FL, poss oxycodone w/i
sell, sale oxycodone: SC-
SODTF-R. Sammons

December 15, Melvin
Clarence Gandy Jr, 38, 813
Hillman Ave, Live Oak,


FL, sale cocaine w/i
1000ft child care facility,
poss cocaine w/i sell: SC-
SODTF FGorski

December 15, James
Irvin Robertson, 38, 937
Bryson St Lot 15, Live
Oak, FL, poss marijuana
w/i sell, sale of marijuana,
poss marijuana w/i sell,


sale of marijuana w/i
1000ft of church: DTF-
Gorski

December 15, Tyler
Bruce Musgrove, 23,
12386 196th Terr, O'Brien,
FL, poss controlled sub
w/i to sell, sale controlled
substance to wit suboxone:
SCSODTF R.Sammons

December 15, Larry Ju-
nior Johnson, 58, 409
Mcgee St, Live Oak, FL,
poss cocaine tampering w/
evidence: SCSODTF
Gorski/Bates

December 15, Margie


Carol Norrato, 45, 9820
105th Dr, Live Oak, FL,
trafficking oxycodone,
poss oxycodone w/i sell,
sale oxycodone, 1st app pd
appt wrs: DTF-Gorski

December 15, Shirley
Denise Ware, 52, 605 Or-
chard St, Live Oak, FL, re-
sisting w/o force: SC-
SODTF Bates/Gorski

December 15, Kevin
James Gary, 30, Royal Inn
Rm 115, Live Oak, FL,
sale cocaine w/i 1000ft
church, sale contraband
prescript drugs, poss co-
caine w/i sell: SCSODTF


FGorski/M.Ramire

December 15, Awanda
Silvan, 33, 502 Clay St,
Live Oak, FL, poss hy-
drocodone w/i sell, sale
hydrocodone, trafficking
hydrocodone, poss oxy-
codone w/i sell, sale of
oxycodone, poss oxy-
codone w/i sell, sale of
oxycodone, unlawful use
of two way comm device,
poss hydrocodone w/i sell,
sale of hydrocodone, traf-
ficking hydrocodone, poss
methadone w/i sell, sale of
methadone, poss oxy-
codone w/i sell, sale of
oxycodone,


10/5011/10/22629, 1st app
pd appt wrs: DTF-
Ramirez

December 15, Jheryl
Lawrence Daniels, 20,
10356 Cr 252, Live Oak,
FL, poss oxycodone w/i
sell, sale oxycodone, traff
in oxycodone, unlawful
use 2way com dev, poss
oxycodone w/i sell, sale
oxycodone, traff in oxy-
codone:
SCSODTFM.Ramirez

December 15, Marion
Smith Neel, 64, 19571 Cr
136, Live Oak, FL, poss
morphine w/i sell, sale


morphine, poss morphine
w/i sell, sale morphine, 1st
app pd appt wrs: DTF-
Ramirez

December 15, Donald
Randolph Priester, 29,
11767 110 Th St, Live
Oak, FL, poss oxycodone
w/i sell, sale oxycodone,
1st att pd appt wrs: SC-
SODTF M.Ramirez

December 15, Addie
Walls Priester, 63, 11767
110th St, Live Oak, FL,
poss oxycodone w/i sell,
sale of oxycodone, 1st app
pd appt wrs: DTF-
Ramirez


BRIEFLY


Miss Majestic Pageant Association
proudly presents Mr. MLK Contest
Miss Majestic Pageant Association proudly presents Mr. MLK Contest,
Saturday, January 15, 7 p.m. at the Suwannee Co. Coliseum Annex. Any
young gentleman of interest please contact Calvin Sneed (386) 590-6881
for details. Ages: 5-8 Div. I, 9-13 Div. 2, 13-19 Div. 3. Come see the
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FREE Medicaid Workshop!
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S.E. Allison Court, Lake City, FL 32025). To attend, please call Shana
Miller at 386-755-1977.

Suwannee-Hamilton Technical Center
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NO children allowed at registration or testing site.

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GAMETIME


EXTENSION UPDATE


By Cody Webb
Traditionally, if a gamer
wanted to hop into a racing
game that had you wreak-
ing havoc on the other rac-
ers so you could win, you
had to endure goofy, car-
toony characters. While
games like Mario Kart have
proven themselves to be
well-designed, hectic and
addicting, hardcore gamers
had to deal with an obvi-
ously casual-geared game.
Fortunately for the hard-
core and casual alike, Blur
aims to bridge the gap be-
tween them with an awe-
some kart-style racing
game.
You may or may not re-
member Blur's develop-
ment team, Bizarre Cre-
ations, from their Project
Gotham Racing series,
where they pushed the en-
velope of racing games by
adding in a system where
you could drive stylishly
and end well. Once again,
they've made a racing game
stand out: this time they've
took the basics of kart rac-
ing and used real cars in-
stead of goofy characters.
While it may be odd to see,
say, a Camaro firing off
colorful, beautifully-ani-
mated power-ups at 19 oth-
er cars (a total of twenty
drivers at once!), it's cer-


lur


tainly a lot of fun.
The meat of the game
lies in the ingenious me-
chanics beneath the hood.
All of the game's plentiful
cars are balanced nicely;
each car is built for a spe-
cific purpose like drifting
or being grippy. Mixed in
with the vehicles are the
game's power-ups: they cap
out at eight and each one is
designed to work with and
against each other. An ex-
ample would be the
"Shunt" power: it can be
fired both forwards and
backwards, and its main
use is to explode your op-
ponents and slow them
down. However, it can also
be fired into a mine or into
another Shunt to stop it
from hitting your car.
It's the brilliant gameplay
that brings players back for
more; no matter how many
times you get blown up or
fall behind, the game never
managed to feel cheap or
unfair. The various tracks
are fun to race on and pow-
er-ups are never randomly
placed (though there is an
option to make them ran-
domized for those old-
school kart racers), allow-
ing you to plan ahead dur-
ing a race.
Blur's gorgeous visuals
are another plus point: this
is one pretty racing game.
From the detailed vehicles
to the eye-popping power-
ups, your eyes certainly
won't get bored while you
play. The aforementioned
Shunt power takes the
shape of a car-sized neon
meteor hurtling around the
track, showcasing Bizarre's
talent for awesome light-
shows. This won't be sur-


prising to those fans of
Bizarre's colorful Geome-
try Wars series.
Unfortunately for those
solo gamers out there,
Blur's weak point is its
grind-happy career mode.
It takes place across several
"episodes," each of which
ending with a race against
a boss car. While these are
some of the most fun races,
the bosses demand you
achieve certain objectives
before they'll face you.
Usually these take the form
of things you'd normally do
during a Blur race, some of
them are so specific you'll
end up replaying races just
to meet the criteria.
The multiplayer does an
amazing job of making up
for the lackluster single-
player experience. Taking
cues from Moder Warfare,
of all places, pays off big;
as players win races, they
unlock new cars and
"mods" that give their cars
small, specific powers.
With things like nitro
boosts for drifting and ex-
tra health, the mods man-
age to not unbalance the
game whilst expanding
your choices.
So would I recommend
Blur? Yes, most definitely;
everyone can have a good
time with Blur, from the
hardcore to the casual.
With Blur's only issue be-
ing a pointless career
mode, it's hard to find any-
thing else to really hate. I'll
give Blur an A; now if
you'll excuse me, my '65
Camaro needs to Shunt a
few of the new model
ones!
Cody Webb lives in Live
Oak.


Give yourself





the gift of health


By Cathy Rogers
Family and Consumer Sciences Agent
UF/IFAS Suwannee County Extension

Research
shows that a
loss of just
five percent
of body
weight can
improve
health in
many ways. : - .
Would you P
like to lose
weight this
year? Are
you serious
about it? Can you picture yourself los-
ing weight? I ask that because two of
the keys to success in weight loss are to
be realistic and to be positive. Serious-
ly, if you are ready to make some posi-
tive lifestyle changes that you can put
into practice for the rest of your life you
are halfway there!
Make small changes. Choose some
changes that are manageable. There are
some suggestions later in this article.
Make changes that won't make you feel
that you are depriving yourself too
much. That's important because with-
out that positive attitude, you probably
won't be able to continue them for the
rest of your life. Also, if you slip up
(and EVERYONE slips up!) don't get
discouraged; just use the next meal to
get back on the right track. Making
some small changes that you practice on
a regular basis will mean that the weight
will come off slowly but, isn't that how
it got there - slowly? It really is a
healthier and more permanent way to
lose weight. A goal of one to two
pounds per week is realistic. Patience is
a virtue when it comes to losing weight.
And think about this; if you lose just
one pound a week, this time next year
you will weigh 52 pounds less! Do not
be discouraged if there are weeks when
you do not lose weight. Many women
tend to retain water at certain times and
so will not show weight loss at those
times. Also sometimes the body just
does not react immediately to the posi-
tive behaviors but if you continue them,
chances are the scales will reflect an
even bigger loss the next week.
Remembering that being overweight
gives you a greater risk for diseases
such as diabetes, heart disease, some
forms of cancer, and arthritis should
provide some encouragement. Try to
get your family and friends on board
too. Having a support system for
changing your behaviors is more helpful
than you might think. Tell people what
you need from them. Be specific. If
you need for them to never offer you
second helpings, tell them that. If you
need someone to help clean up the
kitchen so that you have time for a walk
after dinner, ask for it. If you just need
for them to give you encouragement, let


them know that. The more they under-
stand what you need from them, the
easier it is for them to do, especially
when they realize that you are commit-
ted.
OK. Here is the secret to weight loss:
eat less and move more. It really is a
balance of calories in versus calories
out. As simple as that sounds, we all
know that it is hard to do. So start with
small changes that don't hurt a lot like
eating more fruits and veggies. Re-
search shows that people who eat five
or more of these foods per day tend to
take in fewer calories overall. Another
way to cut back on calories is to eat a
little less than you have been eating.
Check the portion sizes on packages and
compare to what you are eating. Don't
skip meals. Again, research shows that
people who skip meals are less success-
ful at weight loss than those who eat
reasonable portions every four hours or
so. Finally, move more than you are
currently moving. Everyone should get
thirty minutes of exercise most days of
the week. If you have not been active
at all lately, starting small and working
your way up to thirty minutes is a good
goal. One way to do this is to plan
some sort of physical activity several
times a day. Try being active for five
minutes starting at five minutes after the
hour as many times during the day as
you can. Do something you enjoy like
walking, dancing, or playing with your
children or grandchildren.
Keep in mind the many benefits of
losing just five pounds per month. It
will make you feel better and ultimately
be healthier.
The FIT 5 Alliance is a community-
wide initiative aimed at helping Suwan-
nee County citizens make small changes
that will make a big difference in their
health. The Alliance includes the
Suwannee County Health Department,
the City of Live Oak, the Suwannee
River Regional Library, UF/IFAS
Suwannee County Extension and others.
Look for upcoming FIT 5 events in the
newspaper and around the area. For
more information on weight manage-
ment, call Cathy Rogers at UF/IFAS
Suwannee County Extension (386) 362-
2771 or e-mail at cjrogers@ufl.edu.
All programs and related activities
sponsored for, or assisted by, the Insti-
tute of Food and Agricultural Sciences
are open to all persons with non-dis-
crimination with respect to race, creed,
color, religion, age, disability, sex, or
sexual orientation, marital status, na-
tional origin, political opinions, or affil-
iations.
For persons with disabilities requir-
ing special accommodations, please
contact our office at least five : . - 'i -,,,..
days prior to the i. -.*1,, 1 so that prop-
er consideration may be ...i. , to the re-
quest. Our phone number is 386-362-
2771. For the ;. ,, i,,.. impaired, please
contact the Florida Relay Service at 1-
800-955-8771.


Positive Female Role Models Needed

Make a Difference In Your Community
Be a Girl Scout Volunteer


Locally the Girl Scouts of the Alapaha
Service Unit, which includes Hamilton and
Suwannee Counties, are desperately
seeking more adults to lead troops. "We
know that there are girls in our area that
want to become part of an organization
that encourages them to discover,
connect and take action," said Peggy
Marlatt Membership Specialist for the Girl
Scouts "the sad reality is that there are
not enough positive female role models
willing to become Girl Scout leaders for
these girls to become part of a troop."
Contrary to popular opinion, you don't
need to be a mom, or even a woman for
that matter, to be a Girl Scout volunteer. In
fact, a major demand exists for adults to
volunteer as leaders, advisors and mentors
to Girl Scouts. The level of involvement is
flexible, training is available and
opportunities exist to fit individual
schedules, talents, and interests.
Girl Scouting encourages a sense of
connection to community and reinforces
positive role models for girls. Traditionally,
most girls experience Girl Scouting as part
of a troop. For each troop of girls there is a
leadership team of caring adults guiding


the way.
It all starts with the troop leader. Until
someone steps into this role there isn't an
organizational structure to support the
girl's activities. There is no typical troop
leader and no two Girl Scout leaders are
alike.
Girl Scouts of Gateway Council is
always interviewing and training new
leaders, yet there are many other
opportunities for adult involvement, such
as mentoring programs, event
coordination, career exploration,
communications, training, and assisting
girls with community service projects. If
the arts are your thing, help us find ways
to bring arts exploration and education to
girls. If you enjoy sports you might prefer
introducing girls to aquatics, equestrian
skills, archery, tennis, golf... talk with a
council representative today to find the
best way to share your interest and
expertise with Girl Scouts.
For more information on volunteering
your time, energy, or financial support to
the Girl Scouts in your area, contact the
council at 904.388.4653, or go to http://
www.girlscouts-gateway.org


Candlelight vigil set for



homeless in Suwannee


Dec. 21, the first day of
winter and the longest night of
the year, is the date of a can-
dlelight vigil set for Suwannee
County.
Homeless people die every
year because they have no
protection from the cold or
heat. They also die from vio-
lence which is often unpro-
voked.
The Suwannee County
School system has many chil-
dren who come to school
without baths or clean clothes
and have no idea where they
will sleep that night.
We as the Body of Christ
cannot continue to pretend this
is not the case. Children must
be given the opportunity to
thrive. If they are too occu-
pied with just surviving, they
cannot think about learning
and that has to stop.


Love in the Name of Christ
of Suwannee County will
work in conjunction with The
Homeless Service Network of
Suwannee Valley in presenting
a candlelight vigil to raise
awareness of the homeless sit-
uation in this county. There
will also be a vigil in Colum-
bia County at the same time.
The homeless are here and the
community must take the lead
in helping them through these
tough times. We can no
longer turn our heads and pre-
tend the homeless are not
there, especially the children
who cannot thrive and become
responsible citizens in the con-
ditions in which they live.
Keep the date, Dec. 21 at
6:30 p.m. open and please
plan to attend the Homeless
Candlelight Vigil at Millenni-
um Park here in Live Oak.


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By Corey Davis
corey.davis@ gaflnews.com
LIVE OAK- Suwannee softball coach
Tommy Chambers and baseball coach
Ronnie Gray were on the same page


Monday night when it came to the pro-
posed new districts released by the Flori-
da High School Athletic Association.
With football districts being released
last week, the FHSAA released boys
basketball, girls basketball, baseball,


softball, volleyball, boys soccer and girls
soccer this week.
Suwannee was placed in three-team
District 2-5A for all of the aforemen-
tioned sports with Tallahassee Rickards
and Crawfordville Wakulla.


Wakulla chose to remain an indepen-
dent in soccer making both of the soccer
districts two-team districts with Rickards
and Suwannee. If Wakulla chooses to
SEE BIG, PAGE 2B


Prep roundup:


'Dogs split on the pitch


By Corey Davis
corey.davis@ gaflnews.com
Suwannee split a pair of
games this week in boys soc-
cer action, winning a key key
District 5-3A showdown with


Fort White.
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night at Paul Langford Stadi-
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Stuart Brown chipped in two
and teammate Justin Shirah
added one. Assists came from
Stuart Brown, Chris Ortega,
Jackson Brown (2), Matt Pen-
nington and Jared Henry (2).
A day later, visiting Bolles
handed Suwannee a 4-0 loss at
Paul Langford Stadium on
goals from Jay Bolt, Carlos
Dominquez and two from
Tommy Kelley in the second
half.
Suwannee (7-2-1, 3-0) trav-
eled to Newberry last night
and will not return to action
until after the Christmas break
Jan. 4 traveling to Oak Hall.
Sante Fe 70, Suwannee 66
Suwannee's boys basketball
team dug themselves into a
hole early and couldn't get out
of it in a 70-66 District 5-3A
loss Tuesday to host Santa Fe.
The Raiders jumped out to a
17-12 lead after the first quar-
ter, a 16-12 run for Suwannee
in the second quarter cut the
lead to 29-28 at the half.
Santa Fe answered in the
third pulling away with a 18-
12 run to lead 47-40 heading
into the fourth, before Suwan-
nee closed it out with a 27-23
run to fall just short.
Point guard C.J. Wakeley
scored 28 points, grabbed four
rebounds and five steals for the
Raiders to go along with Ash-
ton Lee 16 points and Deonte
Davis 12 points. Jimmie Taylor
led the Bulldogs with 35
points, with Marcus Lane con-
tributing 9, Tony Frierson had
6, Andre Zanders had 7 and
Rashad Gardenhire had 2. AJ


Mandarin Christian wide receiver Trey Tieneken (18) was one of six
students suspended for various reasons. - Photo: Corey Davis


Mandarin hit with


$145,000 fine

In district with Melody
By Corey Davis
JACKSONVILLE-The Florida High School Athletic Association
handed down harsh sanctions on Mandarin Christian School Monday,
fining the private school the second largest fee the association has ever
handed down. Including legal fees, the FHSAA is requiring the school
to play $145,447.89 for 25 reported violations.
Only Parkway Academy in Miramar received a larger fine after be-
ing handed a fee of $260,800. In addition to the fine, the FHSAA also
placed the football program on restrictive program and cannot partici-
pate in the state playoffs for five years (2011-2015) and then placed on
administrative probation for three more years concluding June 1, 2018.
Mandarin Christian has two options now, either pay the hefty fine
and remain in the FHSAA or forgo the fine and drop out of the organi-
zation. Either move would be detrimental to the program for the small
school with 168 students. If they pay the fine, the remain in the orga-
nization and eligible for the state playoffs after probation ends but
likely in a financial burden.
If they chose not to pay the fine, the athletic program would drop
out of the FHSAA and be ineligible for the state playoffs and join fel-
low private schools Arlington Country Day and Potters House Christ-


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both Rickards and Suwan-
nee automatically qualify
for the state playoffs as the
runner-up and champion.
Chambers and Gray
were both pleased with the
tentative district despite
there only being two teams
in it.
"Its a favorable district
with just three teams in it,"


Chambers said, "It worked
out good for us, it gets you
excited about it. I'm in fa-
vor in staying in that dis-
trict, that's just two district
games each home and
away. That's not bad of a
deal, we could have been
in a much larger district
and have to travel to Talla-
hassee several times."
Gray echoed Chambers'
comments.
"I wasn't sure how it


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FSHAA members who
withdrew from the organi-
zation after being investi-
gated.
The fine is a result of an
FHSAA investigation
which charged the school
with 16 violations involving
student-athletes. Six of the
football players were ruled
ineligible for receiving im-
proper benefits through tu-
ition assistance from repre-
sentatives of Mandarin
Christian. A seventh player
was ruled ineligible for
participating in 7-on-7
events with Mandarin
Christian before enrolling at
the school.
According to a story in
the Florida Times-Union,
the school was fined $2,500
for each ineligible player,
another was fined $22,500
for one player playing in
nine games and $17,500 for
another ineligible player
who played in seven games.
Football head coach Den-
ny Thompson resigned and


was charged with four vio-
lations, while athletic direc-
tor was suspended after be-
ing accused of four viola-
tions.
Part of the violations
were for anonymous tuition
payments such as the case
of Trey Tieneken. When his
mother lost her job, the
family wondered how they
would be able to afford his
tuition at Mandarin Christ-
ian. When an anonymous
donor paid for it, they were
overwhelmed by the
donor's generosity.
What they didn't realize
was that was a violation in
the eyes of the FHSAA.
The result of the donor pay-
ing for their son's tuition
makes him ineligible.
Tieneken was one of six
Eagle football players sus-
pended last Wednesday
night for various reasons,
with an unconfirmed sev-
enth player also possibly
suspended.
The parents contacted lo-
cal media Thursday after
school administrators noti-
fied them the previous night


would go, but knew along
those lines we would be
somewhere in the Tallahas-
see area. It cycled back to
what it once was, we use to
play Wakulla and Rickards
before."
Gray pointed out the ad-
vantages and disadvantage
of playing in such a small
district.
"We're in a good posi-
tion with just three teams,
as a program its beneficial
to us. Some districts have
to play 10-14 district
games, with us we win one


their sons were ineligible
and unable to play in the
regular season finale. Par-
ents, players and
church/school administrators
met behind closed doors
Thursday night for two
hours to discuss the ongoing
investigation and suspen-
sions.
"I got a phone call last
night at 8 p.m. from school
administrators saying we re-
gret to inform you your son
Trey has been ruled ineligi-
ble to play the rest of the
season," James Tieneken
said. "We were told several
students were being sus-
pended and accused of vio-
lations and won't be playing
in tomorrow's game. We
were told scholarships were
given to the kids at practice
and they were ineligible."
James Tieneken took his
son out of a rough situation
at Andrew Jackson to put
him into a better environ-
ment at Mandarin Christian.
However, when he his wife
unexpectedly lost her job,
they were not sure how they
would pay the tuition.
"An anonymous person
paid for his tuition after my
wife lost her job, somebody


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cally gets a bye and a play-
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"The disadvantage is
now I have to go out and
find 21 non-district games
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said. "Most teams are go-
ing to have 10-12 district
games so that leaves us in
a disadvantage of trying to


stepped up and took care of
that," Tieneken said. "An-
other kid Eric Durham, 18,
who lives with us was also
ruled ineligible. "
Of the six students sus-
pended, all starters, senior
wide receiver Trey
Tieneken (who has been at
Mandarin Christian for the
last four years) is the only
one who has been at the
school for more than a year.
Also suspended are senior
lineman Tyreese Gamble,
18, and senior wide receiver
Travis Makauskus, 18,


find teams to play. "
Wakulla and Rickards
have ties to Gray so it
might be strange facing
them annually.
"I use to coach current
Wakulla coach Mike
Gauger at Tallahassee
Community College and
my father was an assistant
coach at Rickards," Gray
said. "Wakulla went 18-9
last season and made the
region finals and they will
be the team to beat talent
wise. Rickards has never
been much of a baseball


along with two underclass-
men.
Gamble, Makauskus,
Durham and the two under-
classmen (names with held
due to being minors) all
transferred from Arlington
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school year.
"They told us tonight that
was someone was paying
our tuition and that we were
ineligible the rest of the sea-
son," Makauskus said.
Makauskus had other
ideas as to why him and his
and the rest of his team-


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as well.
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p.m., before returning
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program I think they have
won one district champi-
onship in 30 years but they
have the IB program which
makes them attract some
Division I-A players."
Gray also stated that
Wakulla is known for foot-
ball but had their moments
in softball, boys basketball
and at times in baseball,
while Rickards is a boys
basketball school, winning
the 2010 Class 3A state
championship, while going
undefeated.


mates were being suspend-
ed.
"Our former Arlington
Country Day head coach
LaShun Highsmith called
the FHSAA on us,"
Makauskus said. "He told us
if we transferred you won't
play and you won't see a
down anywhere."
School administrators
would not comment on the
investigation and suspen-
sions but did release a state-
ment to the media.
"For the past several
months our school has been
the focus of a Florida High
School Athletic Association
investigation after it was
brought to our attention that
some of our past practices
may not be in compliance
with the rules and regula-
tions of the FHSAA. We
have been cooperating fully
with the FHSAA investiga-
tors and the process is ongo-
ing.
"After a recent meeting
with officials of the FH-
SAA, it has been deter-
mined that several of our
players will not be allowed
to participate in this Friday's
game or any other sport for
the remainder of this school
term."
Mandarin Christian foot-
ball coach Denny Thomp-
son was not at the meeting
and administrators would
neither confirm nor deny
whether Thompson had
been removed or resigned.
However, Makauskus
confirmed that Thompson
was not at the meeting and
hasn't been at practice the
last three days.
Mandarin Christian was
5-4 overall and 4-2 in Dis-
trict 2-1B heading into its
regular season finale Friday
at St. Joseph. The Eagles
clinched the Big Ten Con-
ference Eastern Division
weeks ago with a 54-26 win
over Gainesville St. Francis
and were scheduled to play
Western Division winner
Bishop Snyder in the con-
ference title game Nov. 18
at Bishop Snyder.
James Tieneken con-
firmed they were told
tonight the team had to for-
feit all five wins and would
not be eligible for the con-
ference title game. The for-
feits dropped the Eagles to
0-10 on the season as well.
St. Francis (5-4), which
finished as the Eastern Divi-
sion runner-up, replaced
Mandarin Christian as the
Division winner and faced
host Bishop Snyder in the ti-
tle game.
District 2-1B was not af-
fected by the forfeits as both
champion Lafayette and
runner-up Hawthorne de-
feated the Eagles. The rest
of the teams in the district
were rewarded with wins
however.
Several of the suspended
players also play basketball
and baseball and now are in-
eligible to play for those
teams. Melody Christian
competes in District 3-1A
with Mandarin Christian,
along with Eagle's View,
Esprit de Corps, First Coast
Christian and Seacoast
Christian. The Wildcats will
benefit from the Eagles
missing key players in both
basketball and baseball and
will now have an easier time
securing a playoff spot in
both sports.


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RELIGION


A change of plans The Lord's


Have you noticed how
every single holiday com-
mercial promises that this
is the "most wonderful
time of the year?" Now,
don't get me wrong, I love
the holidays, but rarely
does the real world always
live up to those promises.
What about those years we
must face Christmas with- Hea
out a loved one because of
death, conflicting sched- Mat
ules, unresolved conflict or By Anl
even divorce, or maybe
just too many miles. Any
of these can leave us feeling dis-
couraged and wondering how in the
world to cope. I think Mary and
Joseph knew a little bit about
that ...
"So Joseph also went up from the
town of Nazareth in Galilee to
Judea, to Bethlehem the town of
David because he belonged to the
house and line of David. He went
there to register with Mary, who
was pledged to be married to him
and was expecting a child. While
they were there, the time came for
the baby to be born, and she gave
birth to her first-born, a son. She
wrapped him in cloths and placed
him in a manger, because there was
no room for them in the inn."
Luke 2:4-7
About that first labor pain, Mary
had to be ilinkillj._. "This is not how
it was supposed to be!" Those pret-
ty Nativity scenes we set up each
year are wonderful decorations, but
the real deal was dirty and smelly!
Surely Mary didn't have this in
mind...instead of a soft, clean bed,
she gave birth on the floor of a sta-
ble. Instead of her mother and oth-
er women tending to her, she was
alone with Joseph, who was no
doubt as overwhelmed as she was!


it
eie


�"U Instead of a cradle to lay her
son, she placed him in a
I feed trough....
But do you remember
those shepherds who came
to see the baby Jesus? Con-
i1 sider the fact that if Mary
and Joseph had been any-
where else, they would have
missed it. Shepherds were
t not exactly high on the so-
cial ladder, but God chose
ers them be the first witnesses
SLand of the birth of his Son!
Who better to understand
the amazing truth that God
had just provided the perfect
"Lamb" that would one day be the
sacrifice to take away the sins of
the world?
Could it be that when we feel like
there is no room for us someplace,
it is because God has made room
for us somewhere else? Try this
perspective when dealing with holi-
day plans for your family: if some-
one can't be there, for whatever
reason, look around and see who
that makes room for...and if some-
thing causes you to miss family cel-
ebrations, look around to see where
God is making room for you. Cele-
bration is ultimately up to us, and
the attitude we choose to take. Our
plans may not work out exactly like
we hoped...but it could be that God
has something extra special in mind
this year....

Because Your Heart Matters...
Angie

Heart Matters is a weekly column
written by Angie Land, Director of
the Family Life Ministries of the
Lafayette Baptist Association. Con-
tact Angie with questions or com-
ments at
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Supper



- Part Two


By Eric M1 ..' -, . 1
All Scripture references are from
the American Standard Version, un-
less otherwise noted.


Last week, we began looking at ., Y
that most important memorial of . '.
Christ, the Lord's Supper. At the
end of that article, I left readers with a question:
how often are we to partake of the Lord's Supper?
Today, we continue looking at what God has to say
about this memorial feast and its frequency.
To answer the question of when and how often
we are to partake of the Lord's Supper, let me begin
by quoting I Corinthians 11:23-29: "For I received
of the Lord that which also I delivered unto you,
that the Lord Jesus in the night in which He was
betrayed took bread; 24 and when He had given
thanks, He brake it, and said, This is My body,
which is for you: this do in remembrance of Me. 25
In like manner also the cup, after supper, saying,
This cup is the new covenant in My blood: this do,
as often as ye drink it, in remembrance of Me. 26
For as often as ye eat this bread, and drink the cup,
ye proclaim the Lord's death till He come. 27
Wherefore whosoever shall eat the bread or drink
the cup of the Lord in an unworthy manner, shall be
guilty of the body and the blood of the Lord. 28
But let a man prove himself, and so let him eat of
the bread, and drink of the cup. 29 For he that
eateth and drinketh, eateth and drinketh judgment
unto himself, if he discern not the body." Paul is
speaking about a collective assembly of the Lord's
church in Corinth (verses 18-26). In verse 28, we
are told that each person is to examine himself; no
other person can do this for us. Thus, the Lord's
Supper is observed in the assembly but on an indi-
vidual level or manner.
In Acts 20, we read of Paul traveling through


Wise men


still tell


the story

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In Matthew's account
of the Christmas Story,
Matthew chapter 2, in
verses two through six
the wise men had a spe- 4
cial message for Herod.
First they asked,
"Where is he that is
born King of the Jews?
For we have seen his star in the east, and
are come to worship him," (Matthew
2:2). This of course caused Herod no
little consternation because he was the
ruler in the district, he was the one with
the authority, the one to be looked up to.
"And when he (Herod) had gathered all
the chief priests and scribes of the peo-
ple together, he demanded of them
where Christ should be born. And they
said unto him, In Bethlehem of Judea:
for thus it is written by the prophet, And
thou Bethlehem, in the land of Juda, art
not the least among the princes of Juda:
for out of thee shall come a Governor,
that shall rule my people Israel,"
(Matthew 2:4-6). As Herod heard this
message he became just that much more
worried and stressed out giving the wise
men careful instructions as to what he
expected them to do - "...Go and search
diligently for the young child and when
ye have found him bring me word again,
that I may come and worship him also,"
(Matthew 2:8). Herod knew that if the
message the wise men brought was true
that he would have to make some drastic
changes in his life, but as so many peo-
ple he was confused as to what those
changes would entail. Of course you


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700 pm Wednesday Evening Supper........................5:45 pm
A w anas......................................................... 6 :30 pm
631977-F Bible Study & Prayer Time.........................7:00 pm
Nursery all services
593800-F

SUWANNEE SPRINGS FREE WILL
BAPTIST CHURCH
3801 US Hwy. 129, Live Oak, FL
Pastor Sid Baker
129 North, 3-1/2 miles past McDonalds
JP SUNDAY
Morning Worship...........................11:00 a.m.
Evening Service..............................6:00 p.m.
r 1 593806-F
rtr WELLBORN BAPTIST CHURCH
Dr. Donald Minshew, Senior Pastor
Mr. Tim Scott, Worship Leader
U.S. 90 West & Lowe Lake Rd., Wellborn
Church Phone 963-2231
wellbombaptist@windstream.net
SUNDAY


571919 F


Jiffy Food Stores

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* DOWLING PARK
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"The Store Around The Corner From Where You Live"
571921-F


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Quality Laundry and Dry Cleaning
* Same Day Service *


705 West Howard Street
Live Oak, Florida 32064


(386) 364.5211
571923-F


Sunday School.............................................
Morning Worship Service..............................
Children's Church (Grades K-4th)
A dult Choir....................................................
Children's/Middle School Choir...................
Youth Drama and Missions...........................
Fam ily W orship.............................................
WEDNESDAY
Fam ily Supper...............................................
Mission Friends, CIA....................................
Middle/High School Youth............................
Prayer M eetin g..............................................
Nursery is available for all services






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10:30 a


BAPTIST (SO!


UTHERN)


FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
OF DOWUNG PARK
"Sharing the Joy ofJesus"
Rev. Shawn Johnson - Pastor
11274 235th Lane
(In : -.. I. Park on Hwy. 250)
Live Oak, FL 32060
(386) 658-2360 or (386) 658-3715
E-Mail: fbcdp@hotmail.com

SUNDAY
Sunday School.............................................9:30 am
W orship Service.........................................10:45 am
Evening Bible
Exploration Services....................................6:00 pm
* Nursery Available all Services
SPre-K to 2nd Grade Junior Church
conducted during 11:00 a.m.
Sunday Morning Worship Service

WEDNESDAY
Mid Week Prayer Service............................6:30 pm
571835-F
MARY BELLE BAPTIST CHURCH
14919 76th St.
(West 90, 1-3/4 miles from the Jiffy Store)
Darrell Curls, Pastor
SUNDAY


Sunday School......
Morning Worship.
Evening Worship..


.10:00 am
.11:00 am
..6:00 pm
580957-F


WESTWOOD BAPTIST
920 11th Street, SW (Newbem Road)
362-1120
Dr. Jimmy Deas, Pastor
Rev. Jim McCoy, Minister of Music
and Senior Adults
Rev. Jonathan Rodriquez, Minister of
Student
SUNDAY
Sunday School................................9:30 a.m.
Morning Worship & Childrens Church
10:50 a.m.
Discipleship Training....................5:00 p.m.
Youth Choir...................................5:00 p.m.
Children's Choirs..........................6:20 p.m.
Evening Worship Service.................6:30 p.m.
TUESDAY
Men's Prayer Group meet at Dixie Grill.......6:30 a.m.
Lady Quilters.................................... 9:00 a.m.
Praise Team Rehearsal......................7:00 p.m.
WEDNESDAY
Ladies Prayer Group......... .......... 9:30 a.m.
Instrumental Ensemble Rehearsal....5:00 p.m.
Mid-Week Service............................6:30 p.m.
Youth Group..................................... 6:30 p.m.
RA's, GA's, Mission Friends...........6:30 p.m.
Adult Choir Rehearsal......................7:30 p.m.
1st Thursday of each month
Senior Saint Singers Rehearsal.......10:00 a.m.
3rd Thursday of each month
Senior Saint Singers Rehearsal.......10:00 a.m.
Senior Adult Bible Study................11:00 a.m.
Senior Adult Covered Dish Luncheon.............12:00 noon
571852-F
ROCKY SINK BAPTIST CHURCH
Where the "Son" always shines
8422 169th Rd., Live Oak, Florida 32060
(386) 362-3971
Pastor Robert Carter
(129 S. to llth St. go to.. 1.. .. 11.. !. 1 -. i..
to 136. Travel approx 7 miles turn right
onto 169th Rd.)
SUNDAY
Sunday School.................................... 9:45 am
Morning Worship..............................11:00 am
Evening Worship..............................5:00 pm
Choir Practice..................................... 4:00 pm
WEDNESDAY
Prayer service..................................... 6:00 pm
Team Kid Club................................... 6:00 pm
Nursery & "Little Children's Church" provided
571858-F
MOUNT OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH
am "Growing Together As Family"
5314 98th Terrace, Live Oak, FL 32060
am (From US 90, take CR417 to 98thTerrace and follow signs)
Ent. Pastor Bill Wood
- - -..... M]" . ..


..4:30 pm www.mtoic.com
5:00 pm 386-963-5603
..5:00 pmSUNDAY
S.:0SUNDAY
30 pm Bible Study (Sunday School)..........
Celebration Worship........................
500 p Evening Worship.............................
..:30 pm Depth (Student Bible Study)...........
6:30 pm WEDNESDAY
30 pm Family Supper.................................
Kidz Club........................................
571855-F Discipleship Classes forAdults.......
Flood Student Worship....................


...9:45 am
.11:00 am
..6:00 pm
..6:00 pm

..5:00 pm
..6:00 pm
6:30 pm
..6:30 pm
571854-F


Yee Haw Country Christmas fellowship.
CTION 7 The church is lo
Celebrate Christmas with us on Friday, December 17, at 7 Walt's Ford. Tel
' S" p.m. The members of the Live Oak Christian Church are alt Ford. Tel
www.1iveoakch
presenting a truly unique Christmas Program. Our goal is
to give you a smile and help you understand the true Jesus --
meaning of the Christmas season - the Birthday of our
Lord Jesus Christ. About Ti
'ING" Join us as we watch a father search for the true meaning To be presented
of Christmas during a time of family crisis. Along the Eunice Herko a
HARING way we will have lots of fun and laughs as we poke fun at 27, Branford, Fl
our country roots and the unique way we look at the p.m. and Sunda
Christmas season.Pastor Ray Kelley and the members of For more inform
the Live Oak Christian Church invite you to come and www.peacebapl
g #2 join with us for a "Yee Haw Country Christmas." The
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ANTIOCH BAPTIST CHURCH
5203 County Road 795
362-3101 - Church
Rev. David McKeithen
SUNDAY
Sunday School................................... 9:45 am
Morning Worship.............................11:00 am
Evening Worship...............................6:00 pm
WEDNESDAY
Prayer Service.................................... 7:00 pm
571860-F

SHADY GROVE MISSIONARY
BAPTIST
15 miles West Hwy.90 -
2 Miles Down River Road
Rev. David Hingson, 658-2547
SUNDAY
Sunday School................................... 9:45 am
W orship............................................ 11:00 am
Church Training................................ 6:00 pm
Evening Worship...........................7:00 pm
WEDNESDAY
AWANA Club (Ages 3-12 grades)....6:25 pm
Prayer & Bible Study........................7:00 pm
571856-F

WESTSIDE BAPTIST CHURCH
13969 Railroad St.
Live Oak, FL 32060
i ,.. . ..... ., G odT - ..:,.. . "
Pastor Toby Martin 386-364-6905
For information call Charles Walker
386-364-4601

SUNDAY
Sunday School................................ 9:45 a.m.
Morning Worship .........................11:00 a.m.
Children's Church.........................11:30 a.m.
Evening W orship ............................6:00 p.m.
WEDNESDAY
Prayer Meeting............................... 7:00 p.m.
584940-F


CATHOLIC
ST. FRANCIS XAVIER
CHURCH (live Oak)
928 East Howard St. U.S. 90 East
Father Andrzej Mitera
P.O. Box 1179 Live Oak, Florida 32060
(386) 364-1108
Saturday (Vigil) Mass.......................6:00 pm
Sunday M ass..................................... 9:00 am
Sunday (Spanish) Mass...................11:30 am

Mission Churches

St. Therese of the Child Jesus (Jasper)
Saturday (Vigil) Mass.......................4:00 pm
Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe M ..
Sunday.............................................1:30 pm
571864-F

EPISCOPAL
ST. LUKE'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH
1391 SW llth Street, Live Oak
WEDNESDAY
Eucharist & Unction........................10:30 am
& 6:00 pm
THURSDAY
Eucharist............................................ 7:00 am
SUNDAY
Eucharist............................................ 9:00 am
Sunday School................................... 9:45 am
Eucharist.......................................... 11:00 am
Nursery provided for both services.
Parish hall available for community activities
For more information call (386) 362-1837
The Rev. Donald L. Woodrum - Rector
571866-F

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on this page,

please call Nancy

Goodwin at

(386) 362-1734
ext. 103


571383-F


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)cated at 1015 Ohio Avenue North beside
lephone: 386-362-1085.
ristian.org.

There's Something

hat Name!
by the choir under the direction of
t Peace Baptist Church 7794 SE US Hwy
la. on Saturday, December 18, 2010 at 7
y, December 19, 2010 at 11 a.m.
nation call (386) 935-4681 or
istchurch.net.

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BAP


BAPTIST (SOUTHERN)


Dixie Grill
"Specializing in Steaks & *%'iii,,,dl"
DAILY LUNCH SPECIALS (WITH VEGETABLE)
Open 7 Days - 5:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m.
364-2810 CATERING SERVICE & PRIVATE PARTIES
571924-F


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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17, 2010


* SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT/LIVE OAK


CHURCH CALENDAR


Continued From Page 4B


FREE SUNDAY LUNCH
For the past several months a group headed up by Pat and
JoAnn Lynch have been serving a free lunch at the
community center in Live Oak the last Sunday of the
month. This past month we fed around 300 children and
families. We support this project by selling donated items
at the Flea Market in Lake City. We have cleaned out all
of our closets, garages and are now in need of items to be
donated to this cause. We also need volunteers to help set
up and serve the meals. If you are interested in
volunteering or would like to donate garage sale items
you may contact Pat and Jo Ann Lynch at (386) 935-1076
or Roger Burnside at (386) 935-3343.


First Baptist Church of Live

Oak to hold weekly grief

recovery support group
First Baptist Church of Live Oak, FL will begin holding a
weekly grief recovery support group. GriefShare is a
non-denominational Biblically based 13 week program
for people who are struggling with losing a loved one in
death. People can enter at any point in the 13 weeks. It
will be held at 6 pm on Wednesdays. First Baptist
Church is located at 401 W. Howard in Live Oak. For
more information, people may call 386-362-1583 or find
us on the web at www.fbcliveoak.org.


Ongoing church meetings


AWANA clubs
Wednesday nights, First Baptist Church of Live Oak.
Info: 386-362-1583, www.fbcliveoak.org-click on
children's ministry.
Bethel Creek Baptist Church
Hosts a singing group at 6 p.m., first Sunday. Church is
located at 8945 CR 53, Day. Birthdays and anniversaries
will be celebrated after the singing and all are welcome.
Bible college classes offered
Third Saturday, from 2-5 p.m. at 104 Beech St., NE, Live
Oak. Yearning to learn more about the Word? Can't attend


SEE CHURCH, PAGE 6B


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INTERDENOMINATIONAL NON-DENOMINATIONAL


MELODY CHRISTIAN CENTER
& Melody Christian Academy
Highway 129 South * Live Oak, FL
(386) 364-4800
Children's Ministry-Youth Ministry-Adults
Services:
Sunday 10:00 am and 6:00 pm (TBA)
Wednesday 7:00 pm - Adults
Children's Ministry
Revolution Youth Church
Saturday 7:00 pm Revolution Club
Nursery Available All Services
Pastor Frank C. Davis 571868-F

CHRIST CENTRAL MINISTRIES
15445 US Highway 129 S.
(7 miles South of town)
(386) 208-1345
Sunday Morning Service..................10:30 a.m.
Wednesday Dinner, open to public.....5:15 p.m.
Wednesday Night Service..................7:00 p.m.
Pastor Wayne Godsmark, Lead Pastor
571869-F

NAZARENE

LIVE OAK CHURCH OF
THE NAZARENE
915 Church Ave., SW 1 Block So. of Mayo
Road North of High School
Rev. Louis J. Medaris
SUNDAY
Sunday School................................... 9:45 a.m.
Morning Worship.................8:45 & 11:00 a.m.
Evening Worship................................ 6:00 p.m.
Spanish Service.................................. 7:00 p.m.
WEDNESDAY
Evening Prayer Meeting....................7:00 p.m.
"A Church on the Move"
571870-F

To advertise on


IVE OAK CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Pastor: Dr. W. Ray Kelley
Comer of Hamilton and Ohio Aves.
(Hwy. 129 N)
(386) 362-1085 (386) 209-1614
www.liveoakchristian.org
SUNDAY
Sunday School.............................. 10:00 am
Family Worship..........................11:00 am
Evening Worship..............................6:00 pm
WEDNESDAY
Bible Study.......................................7:00 pm
571871-F

PENTECOSTAL
LIVE OAK FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD
13793 76th St. (Mitchell Rd.), Live Oak, FL
Rev. Mike Townsend
362-2189
SUNDAY


Sunday School.......
Children's Church..
Morning Worship...
Evening Worship....
Wednesday Night...


..9:30 am
.10:30 am
.10:30 am
...6:00 pm
...7:30 pm
571875-F


LIVE OAK CHURCH OF GOD
9828 US Hwy 129 South
Rev. Fred R. Watson 362-2483
Web: www.liveoakchurchofgod.com
SUNDAY
Sunday School.............................................9:45 am
M morning W orship......................................10:38 am
Children's Church.................................. 1038am
Children Choir...........................................5:30 pm
Evening W orship.........................................6:30 pm
WEDNESDAY
Pre-service M eal.........................................5:45 pm
Family Training Hour..................................7:00 pm
Preschool Classes, Boys Clubs, Girls
Clubs, VI.B.E. Youth Church, Young
Adults Class and Sanctuary Bible Class
FRIDAY
Prayer at the Gates of the City..........7:00 - 8:15 am
571876-F
SOUL HARVEST WORD, WORSHIP
AND PRAISE MINISTRIES


this page, plea e 909 Duval Street East, Live Oak, FL 32060
this page, p ease cPastor Estella Ford-Ayala, Founder and Overse
Nancy Goodwin at SERVICES
(3 8 6 ) Friday.............................................. 7:30p.m.
(386) 362-1 J734 Sunday............................................ 3:00p.m.
ext. 103 352-680-1240 or 352-123-4567
www.soulharvestwwpm.com
585209-F


PRESBYTERIAN (PCA)
COMMUNITY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
830 Pinewood Street, Live Oak, FL
(386) 362-2323
SUNDAY
9:20 AM Sonrise Contemporary Song Service
9:45 AM Sunday School
for children, youth and adults
11:00 AM Morning Worship
WEDNESDAY
5:45 PM Family Fellowship Meal
6:30 PM Kingdom Kids Children,
Partners in Christ Youth, and Adult Bible Study
7:30 PM Choir Practice
Randy Wilding, Pastor
A Christ-centered, C
People-loving, i. J.71873-F

SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST
LIVE OAK SEVENTH DAYADVENTIST
CHURCH
Pastor Brandon White
11239 SR 51, Live Oak, FL 32071
364-0717 English; 330-2575 Spanish
SATURDAY SERVICES
Sabbath School......................................................9:15 am
D evine.................................................................11:00 am


TUESDAY
Worship & Tuesday Night
Prayer M eting..................................


.7:00 p.m.
571882-F


UNITED METHODIST

FIRST UNITED
METHODIST CHURCH
311 S. Ohio Avenue, Live Oak * 362-2047
Pastor: Dr. William Finnin
"COME WORSHIP WITH US"

SUNDAY
Contemporary Worship..........................9:00 am
Sunday School.....................................10:00 am
Morning Worship................................. 11:00 am

WEDNESDAY
Youth M eeting....................................... 6:00 pm
Adult Handbells....................................6:00 pm
M en's Crusaders.................................... 7:00 pm
Chancel Choir....................... ..........7:30 pm
Nursery I 1, I i .I9. . .i
9:00 and 11:00 services
571897-F


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UNITED METHODIST

NEW HARMONY UNITED
METHODIST CHURCH
160th St. (Go south on 51 to 160th, turn right)
Pastor: Stan Posey
Phone (386) 776-1806
SUNDAY
Sunday W orship...................................... 9:30 am
,1.,I . nl,,I I ', )am


WEDNESDAY
Women's I.,il. i ..i I


Il am
571895-F


PINE GROVE UNITED METHODIST
CHURCH
5300 CR 136A, Live Oak
Phone(386) 362-5595
Pastor George Swearengin
SUNDAY


Sunday School.....................................
Choir Practice.......................................
Traditional Service...............................
Sunday Evening Service.......................
MONDAY
Prayer Service......................................
WEDNESDAY


....9:30 a.m.
...5:00 p.m.
..11:00 a.m.
...6:00 p.m.

...7:00 p.m.


Youth Group Service...............................................5:00 p.m .
PraiseTeam Rehearsal ............................................6:00 p.m .
B ible Study..............................................................7:00 p.m .
"Enter to Worship.... Depart to Service"
571900-F

WELLBORN UNITED METHODIST
12005 CR 137
963-2154 -963-3071
Pastor James Messer
Music: Geiger Family
SUNDAY
Sunday School.......................................10:00 am
W orship Service....................................11:00 am
Evening Service......................................6:00 pm
@ Huntsville UMC, Lake Jeffery Road
Youth M eeting.........................................3:00 pm

TUESDAY
Prayer Intercession at the Alter
7:00 am, Noon and at 7:00 pm
Church is opened all day, Everyone is welcome
McLeran Memorial Public Library
Tuesday 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Saturday 10:00 am - 1:00 pm


Bible Study.


WEDNESDAY


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593831-F


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RELIGION


The Lord's Supper


- Part Two


Continued From Page 3B

Troas with urgent busi-
ness. However, despite
the urgency of the mission,
Paul stayed a whole week
so that on "the first day of
the week, when we were
gathered together to break
bread, Paul discoursed
with them, intending to de-
part on the morrow..."
(verse 7), he would be
with the Christians at
Troas. In Acts 2:42, the
Lord's Supper ("the break-
ing of bread") was a regu-
lar event ("steadfastly con-
tinued in..."). Acts 20:7
tells us that it was on the
first day of the week.
This, incidentally, is the
same phrase used in Exo-
dus 20:8 when the Jews
were commanded to "re-
member the Sabbath day,
to keep it holy." How of-
ten did the Sabbath day
come around? Every
week! How often does the
first day of the week come
around? Every week!
The inference from these
two passages is that Chris-
tians celebrated the Lord's
Supper EVERY first day
of the week.
In I Corinthians 11:20-
21 and 33, Paul rebukes
the church at Corinth for
their abuse of the Lord's
Supper in making it like
the common agape meal:
"When therefore ye as-
semble yourselves togeth-
er, it is not possible to eat
the Lord's Supper, for in
your eating each one
taketh before other his
own supper; and one is
hungry, and another is
drunken." The purpose for
the Corinthian Christians
coming together was sup-
posed to be the Lord's
Supper, but they were not
doing this properly. Paul
then instructs them in
verse 33, "Wherefore, my


brethren, when ye come
together to eat, wait one
for another." How does
this correspond with a spe-
cific day and frequency?
Well, in I Corinthians
16:1-2, we read about the
weekly collection for the
saints. "Now concerning
the collection for the
saints, as I gave order to
the churches of Galatia, so
also do ye. 2 Upon the
first day of the week let
each one of you lay by
him in store, as he may
prosper, that no collections
be made when I come..."
Practically every Bible
scholar, and in fact, every
group claiming to follow
Christ, understands this
passage to mean every
first day of the week;
many Bible versions add
this clarification right in
the passage so that it
reads, "upon the first day
of every week. . .," which
is really what the original
Greek says anyway.
Adding the I Corinthian
passages together, we
therefore find that the
church at Corinth was
meeting together every
first day of the week (I
Corinthians 16:2) for the
purpose of eating the
Lord's Supper (I Corinthi-
ans 11:20-21, 33). That
this was the practice of the
First Century church is
agreed upon by practically
every Biblical scholar and
by early Christian writers
such as Tertullian and
Justin Martyr (among oth-
ers), both of whom wrote
within the first two cen-
turies after Christ's death.
I have always found it
very humorous, ironic, and
at the same time sad, that
many in the denomination-
al world argue so vehe-
mently about not partaking
of the Lord's Supper every
Sunday, but will take up


the collection every first
day of the week. The
wording in both the Greek
and English for the fre-
quency of both the Lord's
Supper and the collection
is the same! For denomi-
nations to be consistent,
they need to collect money
only as often as they par-


take of the Lord's Supper;
perhaps thinking about it
like this would persuade
some people (especially
those employed by the
church) to return to the
Biblical practice of every
first day of the week.
Next week, we will con-
tinue our study of the


Continued From Page 5B

classes full time? Maybe this is your answer. Info: Dr.
Simpson, 386-364-1607 or 386-344-4192.
First Baptist Church of Live Oak
Free food and clothing ministry
Food ministry, second and fourth Fridays from 7-10 a.m.;
clothes ministry, first and third Thursdays from 8:30 a.m.-
noon. Info: 386-362-1583.
Greater Visions Support Group
Addictions Support Group - Greater Visions, a faith-
based addictions support group - Thursdays at 9:30 a.m.
at 208 N Ohio Ave., Live Oak. Group provides spiritual
and emotional support in a non-judgmental setting. Info:
386-208-1345.
Old Time Gospel Memorial Jamboree
First Friday, 6:30 p.m., in Lee Worship Center, 398
Magnolia Drive, Lee; free Gospel concert; open mike;
everyone is invited, bring a covered dish and bring a
friend; door prize; free will offering and donations taken


Lord's Supper by answer-
ing the question, "Do the
bread and fruit of the vine
actually become Christ's
body?" I pray that in all
religious things you con-
sider following God's sim-
ple rules, not manmade
ones. Join me next time as
we continue our discussion


of what God says.
Eric - ,.-. i 1.. is a
member of the Mt. Olive
Church of Christ and has
lived in Suwannee County
all of his life. You can
email him at ericmus-
grove@hotmail.com with
questions or comments.


to benefit the roof building fund and expenses of the sing;
groups, singers and pickers, if you want to perform or for
more information, contact Allen and Brenda McCormick,
850-971-4135, after 6 p.m.
Mothers of Preschoolers (MOPS) Meeting
Meets second and fourth Tuesday of every month
(August-May) at First Baptist Church of Live Oak @
9:30 am. MOPS International exists to encourage, equip
and develop every mother of preschoolers to realize her
potential as a woman, mother and leader. Breakfast and
childcare are provided. www.mops.org.
Christian Mission in Action
First Tuesday, 6 p.m., at Triumph the Church and
Kingdom of God in Christ Youth Center, 12001 NW
Seventh St., Live Oak; Info: Audrey Sharpe, 386-364-
4560.
"Coming to terms with your divorce"
First Baptist Church of Live Oak, Howard Street; nine-
week course, "Coming to Terms with Your Divorce."
Info: 386-362-1583.


Wise men still tell the story


Continued From Page 3B

know, as Paul Harvey
would say, "The rest of the
story," how Herod had all
the Hebrew babies from 2
years old and down mur-
dered! - based on the time
the star appeared. He re-
belled against the mes-
sage!
Today those who carry
the message of the Savior
to the world are consid-
ered to be wise men -
God's Word says, "The
fruit of the righteous is a


tree of life; and he that
winneth souls is wise,"
(Proverbs 11:30). Winning
souls is simply carrying
the message to a lost and
dying world. Many times
you'll make enemies be-
cause those you present


the gospel to will recog-
nize, as Herod of old did,
that they will have to make
changes in their lives and
instead of repenting and
accepting the gospel mes-
sage they will choose to
remain rebellious in their


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ATLANTIC DIVISION
ACC All Top 25
Florida State 6-2 9-4 1-2
Maryland 5-3 8-4 1-2
N.C. State 5-3 8-4 1-0
Boston College 4-4 7-5 0-1
Clemson 4-4 6-6 1-3
Wake Forest 1-7 3-9 0-1
COASTAL DIVISION
Virginia Tech 8-0 11-2 3-1
Miami 5-3 7-5 0-3
Georgia Tech 4-4 6-6 0-1
North Carolina 4-4 7-5 1-2
Duke 1-7 3-9 0-2
Virginia 1-7 4-8 1-2
Records vs. Top 25 reflect rankings for the
week that the game was played.



PASSING YARDS
Russell Wilson, N.C. State......... 3,288
T.J. Yates, North Carolina ......... 3,184
Sean Renfree, Duke.............. 3,131
Marc Verica, Virginia ............ 2,799
Tyrod Taylor, Virginia Tech ........ 2,521
Danny O'Brien, Maryland ......... 2,257
RUSHING YARDS
Montel Harris, Boston College ...... 1,243
Anthony Allen, Georgia Tech ...... 1,225
Damien Berry, Miami ............. 865
Darren Evans, Virginia Tech ........ 817
Keith Payne, Virginia ............. 749
Joshua Nesbitt, Georgia Tech ....... 737
RECEIVING YARDS
Leonard Hankerson, Miami......... 1,085
Torrey Smith, Maryland .......... 1,045
Conner Vernon, Duke.............. 973
Dwight Jones, North Carolina ....... 895
Owen Spencer, N.C. State .......... 868
Dontrelle Inman, Virginia. .......... 815
TOTAL OFFENSE
Russell Wilson, N.C. State......... 3,682
Tyrod Taylor, Virginia Tech........ 3,158
T.J. Yates, North Carolina ......... 3,135
Sean Renfree, Duke.............. 3,084
Marc Verica, Virginia ............ 2,752
Christian Ponder, Florida State ..... 2,215
ALL-PURPOSE YARDS
Torrey Smith, Maryland .......... 1,566
Montel Harris, Boston College...... 1,404
David Wilson, Virginia Tech ....... 1,353
Anthony Allen, Georgia Tech ...... 1,313
Conner Vernon, Duke............. 1,156
Perry Jones, Virginia ............ 1,106
POINTS RESPONSIBLE FOR
Russell Wilson, N.C. State. .......... 210
Tyrod Taylor, Virginia Tech......... 172
Christian Ponder, Florida State ...... 144
Danny O'Brien, Maryland .......... 138
T.J. Yates, North Carolina .......... 120
Sean Renfree, Duke............... 108
SCORING
Chris Hazley, Virginia Tech ......... 112
Dustin Hopkins, Florida State ....... 105
Keith Payne, Virginia .............. 96
Will Snyderwine, Duke ............. 95
Josh Czajkowski, N.C. State ......... 91
Travis Baltz, Maryland ............. 86
KICKOFF RETURN YARDS
Greg Reid, Florida State ........... 724
Michael Campanaro, Wake Forest ..... 679
Raynard Home, Virginia ........... 573
B.J. Bostic, Georgia Tech .......... 565
Marcus Gilchrist, Clemson.......... 557
David Wilson, Virginia Tech ........ 530
FIELD-GOAL PCT.
Chris Hazley, Virginia Tech ......... 95.2
Jimmy Newman, Wake Forest ....... 92.3
Scott Blair, Georgia Tech .......... 88.2
Will Snyderwine, Duke............. 87.5
Nate Freese, Boston College ........ 87.0
Casey Barth, North Carolina ........ 84.2
PUNTING AVERAGE
Matt Bosher, Miami ............. 44.3
Brian Saunders, Virginia Tech ....... 44.1
Shawn Powell, Florida State ........43.9
Dawson Zimmerman, Clemson ....... 42.6
Jimmy Howell, Virginia ........... 42.2
Travis Baltz, Maryland ............ 42.0
TACKLES
Luke Kuechly, Boston College ....... 171
Abraham Kromah, Duke ........... 129
Alex Wujciak, Maryland ........... 112
Colin McCarthy, Miami ............ 106
Sean Spence, Miami.............. 100
Kenny Tate, Maryland ............. 94
TACKLES FOR LOSS
Da'Quan Bowers, Clemson. .......... 25.0
Nate Irving, N.C. State .... ...... 20.5
Brandon Jenkins, Florida State ...... 19.5
Sean Spence, Miami .............. 16.0
Bruce Taylor, Virginia Tech ......... 15.5
SACKS
Da'Quan Bowers, Clemson......... 15.5
Brandon Jenkins, Florida State ...... 13.0
Quinton Copies, North Carolina ...... 8.5
Steven Friday, Virginia Tech ........ 8.5
Markus White, Florida State ........ 8.0
Allen Bailey, Miami .............. 7.0
INTERCEPTIONS
Jayron Hosley, Virginia Tech .......... 8
Chase Minnifield, Virginia ........... 6
Donnie Fletcher, Boston College ....... 5
Davon Morgan, Virginia Tech ......... 5
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Duke Blue Devils
Record: 3-9 (1-7 ACC Coastal). Head Coach: David Cutcliffe
(56-53).
Postseason Honors (Atlantic Coast Sports Media
Association): KWill Snyderwine, Second-Team All-ACC,
First-Team American Football Coaches Association and
Walter Camp Foundation All-America; WR Conner Vernon,
Second-Team All-ACC.
High Point: QB Sean Renfree used his arm to build a
reputation this season, but he also used his legs as the
Blue Devils snapped a six-game losing streak with a 34-31
win at Navy on Oct. 30. The redshirt-sophomore com-
pleted a program-record 93.3 percent of his passes for 314
yards and a touchdown and ran for two touchdowns.
Low Point: Despite scoring the game's firstTD and
closing out the contest with nine unanswered points, the
Blue Devils suffered their third-straight loss with a 24-19
setback to visiting North Carolina in the regular-season
finale.
Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets
Record: 6-6 (4-4 ACC Coastal). Head Coach: Paul Johnson
(135-52). Bowl Game: Independence Bowl (Shreveport,
La.) vs. Air Force 8-4 (5-3 Mountain West) on Dec. 27.
Postseason Honors (Atlantic Coast Sports Media Asso-
ciation): RB Anthony Allen, C Sean Bedford, First-Team
All-ACC; G Omoregie Uzzi, Second-Team All-ACC.
High Point: Not that beating Virginia was a great
accomplishment, but the 2009 conference champion
Yellow Jackets' 33-21 win over the visiting Cavaliers on
Oct. 9 moved them to 4-2 on the season and 3-1 in the
conference. Georgia Tech's 477 rushing yards against
Virginia represented the program's fifth-best performance
in a single game and the most collected by a Georgia Tech
team against a conference opponent
Low Point: Having become the conference's all-time
leader in rushing yards by a quarterback earlier in the
game, Joshua Nesbitt suffered a broken arm while
attempting to make a tackle on a Virginia Tech defender
following an interception on Nov. 4. The injury in the 28-21
road loss ended Nesbitts regular season and dashed any
hopes of a second-straight conference title.
Miami Hurricanes
Record: 7-5 (5-3 ACC Coastal). Head Coach: Randy Shan-
non (28-22). Bowl Game: Sun Bowl (El Paso, Texas) vs.
Notre Dame 7-5 (FBS Independent) on Dec. 31.
Postseason Honors (Atlantic Coast Sports Media Asso-
ciation): WR Leonard Hankerson, First-Team All-ACC; G
Brandon Washington, First-Team All-ACC; P Matt Bosher,
First-Team All-ACC; RB Damien Berry, Second-Team All-
ACC; T Orlando Franklin, Second-Team All-ACC; DE Allen
Bailey, Second-Team All-ACC; LB Sean Spence, Second-
Team All-ACC; CB Brandon Harris, Second-Team All-ACC;
S Ray-Ray Armstrong, Second-Team All-ACC.
High Point: After giving up a 76-yard touchdown run to
North Carolina's Johnny White, the Hurricanes responded
by closing out a 33-10 victory over the visiting Tar Heels
on Oct. 23. Besides moving to 3-1 in the conference, the
victory appeared to be an encouraging sign that the team
was demonstrating some swagger.
Low Point: There were many low points for Miami,
which was expected to finally emerge as a factor in the
Coastal Division race this season. After a 12-point loss
at Ohio State, a 45-17 home loss to Florida State and two
more conference losses to Virginia and Virginia Tech,
head coach Randy Shannon was fired after a 23-20 loss to
South Florida in the regular-season finale.


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North Carolina Tar Heels
Record: 7-5 (4-4 ACC Coastal). Head Coach: Butch Davis
(78-43). Bowl Game: Music City Bowl (Nashville) vs. Ten-
nessee 6-6 (3-5 SEC East) on Dec. 30.
Postseason Honors (Atlantic Coast Sports Media
Association): DT Quinton Coples, First-Team All-ACC; G
Jonathan Cooper, LB Bruce Carter, Second-Team All-ACC.
High Point: The Tar Heels became the first visiting
team to beat Florida State's Jimbo Fisher at Doak Camp-
bell Stadium as Tyler Yates threw for a program-record 439
yards in a 37-35 victory over the Seminoles on Nov. 6. The
win made North Carolina bowl-eligible and gave it hope in
the chase for the Coastal Division championship.
Low Point: Investigations by the NCAA and the state of
North Carolina into the program prevented North Caro-
lina from gaining any momentum in what was expected
to be a promising season. The squad was decimated by
suspensions and could not get a bearing on who was going
to be available until midway through the season.
Virginia Cavaliers
Record: 4-8 (1-7 ACC Coastal). Head Coach: Mike London
(28-13).
Postseason Honors (Atlantic Coast Sports Media Asso-
ciation): CB Chase Minnifield, First-Team All-ACC; RB
Keith Payne, Second-Team All-ACC.
High Point: The Cavaliers sent Miami quarterback
Jacory Harris to the sidelines and recorded a program-
record five interceptions in a 24-19 home win over the
nationally ranked Hurricanes on Oct 30. Virginia's
second-straight victory moved it to 4-4 on the season, but
the Cavaliers would end head coach Mike London's first
season with four consecutive losses.
Low Point: This year's squad became the first since the
1981 team to suffer a Scott Stadium loss to North Carolina
as quarterback Marc Verica and two backups combined
for five interceptions in a 44-10 homecoming setback.
Following his team's third-consecutive double-digit loss
to a conference school, London told his players "never,
ever forget that feeling - when someone comes into your
house and hands it to you like they did."
Virginia Tech Hokies
Record: 11-2 (8-0 ACC Coastal). Head Coach: Frank
Beamer (240-117-4). Bowl Game: Orange Bowl (Miami
Gardens, Fla.) vs. Stanford 11-1 (8-1 Pac-10) on Jan. 3,
2011.
Postseason Honors (Atlantic Coast Sports Media
Association): QB Tyrod Taylor, First-Team All-ACC, ACC
Player of the Year; K Chris Hazley, First-Team All-ACC;
CB Jayron Hosley, First-Team All-ACC, First-Team Walter
Camp Foundation All-America; G Jaymes Brooks, T Blake
DeChristopher, RB/KR David Wilson, DE Steven Friday,
DTJohn Graves, LB Bruce Taylor, S Davon Morgan, P
Brian Saunders, Second-Team All-ACC.
High Point: Senior QB Tyrod Taylor threw for 263
yards and accounted for four TDs as the Hokies claimed
their 11th-straightwin, third conference championship in
four years and an Orange Bowl bid with a 44-33 victory
over Florida State in the ACC Championship Game.
Low Point: The hangover from a 33-30 season-opening
loss was apparent five days later as James Madison scored
two unanswered touchdowns to take a 21-16 victory at
Lane Stadium on Sept. 11. The Hokies ran for 238 yards
and outgained the Dukes of the Football Championship
Subdivision's Colonial Athletic Association 362-235, but
fell victim to three turnovers in what was the program's
biggest upset loss in the past two decades.


DMTON COLL. Sophomore LB Luke
Kuechly became the
Eagles' second consensus All-American
in the last four seasons. The 6-foot-3,
235-pound Kuechly, who will turn 20
next April, is the youngest player in
program history to earn All-America
honors.
OM SON Junior defensive end
Da'Quan Bowers has
been collecting his share of accolades
and picking up hardware. The 2009 ACC
Defensive Player of the Year, a first-team
All-America selection by the American
Football Coaches Association and the
Walter Camp Foundation, was named
the winner of the Bronko Nagurski
Award (nation's best defender) and
the Ted Hendricks Award (nation's best
defensive end) on Dec. 6 and Dec. 8,
respectively.
E During the same week that
kicker Will Snyderwine was
named to his second All-America team,
former Blue Devils great Clarkston
Hines was inducted into the College
Football Hall of Fame. Hines, a two-time
All-American at Duke who had three
1,000-yard receiving seasons, earned the
top spot on the program's single-season
scoring list with 104 points in 1989.
Snyderwine ranks second on that list
after scoring 95 points this season.
!IimIDA ST. Senior offensive guard
Rodney Hudson is
the first Florida State player to claim
consensus All-America honors since
former St. Louis Rams' first-round
pick and current Dallas Cowboy Alex
Barron in 2004. Hudson earned spots
on the teams selected by the American
Football Coaches Association, Walter
Camp Foundation and Football Writers
Association of America.
1 ..ECH It will be brother vs.
S brother when the nation's
top two rushing attacks meet in the
Independence Bowl on Dec. 27. Georgia
Tech junior running back Roddy Jones'
younger brother, Darius Jones, is a
sophomore running back for the Air
Force Academy. Roddy Jones has rushed
for 336 yards and four scores on 50
carries this season, while Darius Jones
has collected 73 yards on eight carries.
YLMANlD If Maryland can beat East
Carolina in the Dec. 29
Military Bowl, the Terrapins will give the
program its 14th nine-win season and
fifth under head coach Ralph Friedgen.
k ] The program introduced Al
Golden as its 22nd head coach
on Monday at the Newman Alumni
Center in Coral Gables. Golden comes
to the Hurricanes from Temple, where
he compiled a record of 27-34 in five
seasons, including a combined mark of
17-8 over the last two years.
AW ROLINA QB T.3. Yates and
defensive tackle
Quinton Coples were named the team's
most valuable offensive and defensive
players. Yates is the first North Carolina
quarterback to eclipse 3,000 passing
yards in a season and 9,000 in a career.
Copies recorded 14 tackles for a loss and
8.5 sacks in his freshman season.
OW.STATE Prior to Sunday's means
basketball game against
visiting Arizona, the Wolfpack will
conduct an open 90-minute practice.
"We want to give our loyal fans an
opportunity to see the team before we
head to Florida (for a Dec. 28 Champs
Sports Bowl matchup against West
Virginia)," coach Tom O'Brien said.
MGINIA This season marked the
24th time since 1981
that the program has been honored
by the now-defunct College Football
Association or the American Football
Coaches Association for graduating at
least 75 percent of its players.
ITECH By earning first-team All-
America honors from the
Walter Camp Foundation, sophomore
cornerback Jayron Hosley extended the
program's streak of having at least one
defender earn All-America status to 16
consecutive seasons.
-Lm E FOREST Fifth-year senior Josh
Adams rushed for 42
yards and a touchdown in a 34-13 win at
Vanderbilt in the regular-season finale,
enabling him to tie Larry Hopkins for
eighth on the program's all-time rushing
list with 2,212 yards and to tie Tarence
Williams for fifth on the program's all-
time rushing touchdowns list with 21.


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EASTERN DIVISION
SEC All Top 25
South Carolina 5-3 9-4 3-3
Florida 4-4 7-5 0-4
Georgia 3-5 6-6 0-3
Tennessee 3-5 6-6 0-5
Kentucky 2-6 6-6 1-3
Vanderbilt 1-7 2-10 0-3
WESTERN DIVISION
Auburn 8-0 13-0 5-0
Arkansas 6-2 10-2 3-2
LSU 6-2 10-2 4-2
Alabama 5-3 9-3 4-3
Mississippi State 4-4 8-4 1-4
Mississippi 1-7 4-8 0-5
Records vs. Top 25 reflect rankings for the
week that the game was played.



PASSING YARDS
Ryan Mallett, Arkansas .......... 3,592
Mike Hartline, Kentucky ......... 3,178
Aaron Murray, Georgia ........... 2,851
Stephen Garcia, South Carolina ..... 2,816
Greg McElroy, Alabama........... 2,767
Cam Newton, Auburn............ 2,589
RUSHING YARDS
Cam Newton, Auburn........... 1,409
Marcus Lattimore, South Carolina . . . 1,198
Knile Davis, Arkansas ........... 1,183
Stevan Ridley, LSU ............. 1,042
Tauren Poole, Tennessee. .......... 994
Brandon Bolden, Mississippi ........ 976
RECEIVING YARDS
Alshon Jeffery, South Carolina ..... 1,387
Julio Jones, Alabama........... 1,084
Randall Cobb, Kentucky ........... 955
Denarius Moore, Tennessee ......... 912
Darvin Adams, Auburn............ 909
Chris Matthews, Kentucky ......... 897
TOTAL OFFENSE
Cam Newton, Auburn........... 3,998
Ryan Mallett, Arkansas .......... 3,546
Mike Hartline, Kentucky ......... 3,143
Stephen Garcia, South Carolina ..... 3,024
Aaron Murray, Georgia .......... 3,014
Greg McElroy, Alabama........... 2,751
ALL-PURPOSE YARDS
Randall Cobb, Kentucky ..........2,192
Marcus Lattimore, South Carolina ... 1,562
Trent Richardson, Alabama......... 1,528
Cam Newton, Auburn........... 1,451
Patrick Peterson, LSU............ 1,403
Alshon Jeffery, South Carolina ..... 1,387
POINTS RESPONSIBLE FOR
Cam Newton, Auburn............. 294
Ryan Mallett, Arkansas ........... 204
Aaron Murray, Georgia ........... 170
Stephen Garcia, South Carolina...... 156
Mike Hartline, Kentucky .......... 148
Jeremiah Masoli, Mississippi........ 120
Greg McElroy, Alabama ........... 120
SCORING
Cam Newton, Auburn............. 126
Wes Byrum, Auburn. ............. 115
Marcus Lattimore, South Carolina . . .. 114
Josh Jasper, LSU ............... . 109
Vick Ballard, Mississippi State....... 102
Brandon Bolden, Mississippi ........ 102
KICKOFF RETURN YARDS
Demond Washington, Auburn ...... 1,025
Patrick Peterson, LSU ............. 851
Brandon Boykin, Georgia .......... 787
Bryce Sherman, South Carolina...... 675
Randall Cobb, Kentucky ........... 635
Jesse Grandy, Mississippi .......... 627
FIELD-GOAL PCT.
Bryson Rose, Mississippi ........... 88.9
Blair Walsh, Georgia. ............. 85.7
Josh Jasper, LSU ............... . 83.9
Derek DePasquale, Mississippi State . ..81.8
Zach Hocker, Arkansas ............81.2
Craig McIntosh, Kentucky. .......... 76.9
PUNTING AVERAGE
Chas Henry, Florida .............. 46.4
Tyler Campbell, Mississippi ......... 46.4
Derek Helton, LSU............... 45.4
Drew Butler, Georgia ............. 44.7
Spencer Lanning, South Carolina ..... 44.2
Ryan Tydlacka, Kentucky ......... 43.7
TACKLES
Danny Trevathan, Kentucky ........ 130
Akeem Dent, Georgia ............. 122
Kelvin Sheppard, LSU ............ 108
Chris White, Mississippi State ....... 105
Ahmad Black, Florida. ............ 102
TACKLES FOR LOSS
Nick Fairley, Auburn ............. 21.0
Justin Houston, Georgia. .......... 18.5
Danny Trevathan, Kentucky ........ 16.0
Chris White, Mississippi State ....... 15.5
Jonathan Cornell, Mississippi ....... 14.0
Drake Nevis, LSU ................ 13.0
SACKS
Nick Fairley, Auburn ............. 10.5
Justin Houston, Georgia........... 10.0
Melvin Ingram, South Carolina ...... 8.0
Devin Taylor, South Carolina......... 7.5
Jake Bequette, Arkansas .......... 7.0
Jerry Franklin, Arkansas .......... 6.5
INTERCEPTIONS
Robert Lester, Alabama ............. 7
Casey Hayward, Vanderbilt ........... 6
Morris Claiborne, LSU............... 5
Prentiss Waggner, Tennessee....... . . . 5


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'Big 4' made West the best

Alabama Crimson Tide The NCAA upheld Newton's eligibility on Dec. 1, so the
Record: 9-3 (53 SEC West). Head Coach: Nick Saban Tigers can focus solely on winning the conference's fifth
Record: 9-3 (5-3 SEC West). Head Coach: Nick Saban consecutive national championship
(128-53-1). Bowl Game: Capital One Bowl (Orlando, Fla.) consecutive national championship.
vs. Michigan State 11-1 (7-1 Big Ten) on Jan. 1, 2011. Post- LSU Tigers
season Honors (AP): WR Julio Jones, First-Team All-SEC;
S Mark Barron, First-Team All-SEC, Football Writers Asso- Record: 10-2 (6-2 SEC West). Head Coach: Les Miles
ciation of America First-Team All-America, Walter Camp (89-38). Bowl Game: Cotton Bowl (Arlington, Texas) vs.
Foundation Second-Team All-SEC; OL James Carpenter, Texas A&M 9-3 (6-2 Big 12 South) on Jan. 7, 2011.
DL Marcell Dareus, RB Mark Ingram, LB Don'ta Hight- Postseason Honors (AP): CB/KR Patrick Peterson,
ower, S Robert Lester, Second-Team All-SEC. First-Team All-SEC, Coaches' SEC Defensive Player of the
High Point: A week after pulling out a 24-20 win at Year and Special Teams Player of the Year, winner of Jim
Arkansas, the reigning national champions solidified their Thorpe Award for nation's best defensive back, winner of
No. 1 ranking with a dominating 31-6 victory over visit- Bednarik Award for nation's best defender, Walter Camp
ing Florida on Oct. 2, becoming the first team since the Foundation and Football Writers Association of America
2005 Crimson Tide squad to hold the Gators without an First-Team All-America, finalist for Lott Trophy for nation's
offensive touchdown. top impact player on defense and Nagurski Award for
Low Point: The Crimson Tide's 19-game winning streak nation's best defender; RB Stevan Ridley, Second-Team All-
and any aura of invincibility disappeared at South Caroli- SEC; DT Drake Nevis, First-Team All-SEC, Second-Team
na's Williams-Brice Stadium on Oct. 9. Walter Camp Foundation All-America; LB Kelvin Shep-
pard, First-Team All-SEC; KJosh Jasper, First-Team All-
Arkansas Razorbacks SEC, Football Writers Association of America First-Team
Record: 10-2 (6-2 SEC West). Head Coach: Bobby Petrino All-America; OL Joseph Barksdale, CB Morris Claiborne,
(64-23). Bowl Game: Sugar Bowl (New Orleans) vs. Ohio Second-Team All-SEC.
State 11-1 (7-1 Big Ten) on Jan. 4, 2011. Postseason Honors High Point: The Tigers claimed their fourth victory
(AP): QB Ryan Mallett, Second-Team All-SEC, finalist for over a ranked team and dashed visiting Alabama's hopes
Manning Award for nation's best quarterback; TE D.J. of a third-straight SEC Western Division championship
Williams, First-Team All-SEC, winner of Mackey Award with a 24-21 win on Nov. 6.
for nation's best tight end; OL DeMarcus Love, First-Team Low Point: LSU had a chance to justify its existence as a
All-SEC; DE Jake Bequette, S Tramain Thomas, Second- national championship contender when it met undefeated
Team All-SEC. Auburn on Oct. 23. Host Auburn ran for 440 yards, includ-
High Point: Ryan Mallett threw scoring strikes of 80 ing a 70-yard touchdown from Onterio McCalebb with 5:05
and 85 yards to Cobi Hamilton en route to an eventual remaining, and held the Bayou Bengals to an average of
31-23 win over visiting LSU to vault Arkansas into consid- 3.6 yards on 67 offensive plays in a 24-17 victory.
eration for a BCS bowl. Mississippi Rebels
Low Point: Despite Mallett leaving an Oct. 16 contest Mississippi
at Auburn with a concussion, Tyler Wilson came in and Record: 4-8 (1-7 SEC West). Head Coach: Houston Nutt
threw four touchdown passes. But Auburn took advantage (133-86). Postseason Honors (AP): OL Bradley Sowell, P
of a long kickoff return and three turnovers to end a 65-43 Tyler Campbell, Second-Team All-SEC.
win with 28 unanswered points. High Point: The Rebels moved to 3-2 on the season
and claimed their only conference victory with a 42-35 win
Auburn Tigers over visiting Kentucky on Oct. 2, led by Oregon transfer
Record: 13-0 (8-0 SEC West). Head Coach: Gene Chizik Jeremiah Masoli.
(26-24). Bowl Game: BCS National Championship Game Low Point: Jacksonville State overcame a 21-point defi-
(Glendale, Ariz.) vs. Oregon 12-0 (9-0 Pac-10) on Jan. 10, cit and tied the season opener at 34-34 with a touchdown
2011. Postseason Honors (AP): QB Cam Newton, Offen- pass and subsequent two-point conversion with 18 seconds
sive Player of the Year; First-Team All-SEC, winner of left in regulation. The Football Championship Subdivision
Maxwell Award, Walter Camp Award and Heisman Trophy program from the Ohio Valley Conference matched the
for nation's top player, winner of Davey O'Brien Award for Rebels' touchdown in the second overtime and used a two-
nation's best quarterback, finalist for Manning Award for point pass from Coty Blanchard to take a 49-48 victory.
nation's best quarterback; T Lee Ziemba, First-Team All-
SEC, winner of Jacobs Blocking Trophy for conference's Mississippi State Bulldogs
top blocker, Football Writers Association of America Record: 8-4 (4-4 SEC West). Head Coach: Dan Mullen
and Walter Camp Foundation First-Team All-America; (13-11). Bowl Game: Gator Bowl (Jacksonville, Fla.) vs.
DT Nick Fairley, First-Team All-SEC, AP SEC Defensive Michigan 7-5 (3-5 Big Ten) on Jan. 1, 2011. Postseason
Player of the Year, winner of Lombardi Award for nation's Honors (AP): T Derek Sherrod, First-Team All-SEC,
top lineman, Football Writers Association of America and Walter Camp Foundation Second-Team All-America; LB
Walter Camp Foundation First-Team All-America, finalist Chris White, First-Team All-SEC.
for Bednarik Award and Nagurski Award for nation's best High Point: Head coach Dan Mullen's Bulldogs left the
defender; C Ryan Pugh, First-Team All-SEC, finalist for Swamp on Oct. 16 with a 10-7 victory over Mullen's old
Rimington Trophy for nation's best center. boss, Urban Meyer, and Florida. Mississippi State did not
High Point: Of Auburn's eight come-from-behind vic- score over the final 45:45 of the game, but it ran 49 times
stories, including a program-record four from double-digit for 212 yards and held the ball for 17:25 of the second half.
deficits, none was as sweet as its 28-27 victory at Alabama Low Point: A little more than a month after he began to
in the regular-season finale. Quarterback Cam Newton experience headaches and underwent surgery to remove
accounted for four touchdowns after the Tigers surren- a mass on his brain, sophomore defensive end Nick Bell
dered the game's first 24 points in a span of 21:59. lost his brief battle with cancer on Nov. 2. Bell, who started
Low Point: Reports began to circulate about alleged two of the Bulldogs' first four games this season, was
impropriety concerning Newton's recruitment on Nov. 4. named the honorary captain of the coaches' All-SEC team.


ALABAMA QB Greg McElroy,
who is in the midst of
finishing a graduate program in sports
management, was named the SEC's
Scholar-Athlete of the Year and the
winner of the 2010 ESPN Academic All-
American of the Year.
ARKBNSAS Head coach Bobby
Petrino has signed a new
contract with Arkansas through Dec. 31,
2017. "This agreement demonstrates a
mutual long-term commitment between
Coach Petrino and the University of
Arkansas," Vice Chancellor and Director
of Athletics Jeff Long said.
AIIBURI Although Cam Newton won
the program's third Heisman
Trophy, the Auburn quarterback was
not included on the Football Writers
Association of America's All-America
team. Boise State QB Kellen Moore, who
finished fourth in the Heisman Trophy
balloting, got the nod instead.
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FLORIDA Will Muschamp was named
Florida's new head coach this past
Saturday. Urban Meyer, who announced
his resignation for the second time in
less than a year on Dec. 8, will coach the
team in the Outback Bowl against Penn
State. Muschamp served as LSU's, the
Miami Dolphins' and Auburn's defensive
coordinator before coming to Texas.
EORISenior fullback Shaun
GE A Chapas was named the
winner of the David Jacobs Award,
which is given to the Georgia player
displaying "courage, spirit, character
and determination," and was selected
the team's permanent captain for the
2010 campaign at the team's annual
awards ceremony. Chapas also shared
the Leon Farmer Award for strength
and conditioning with senior offensive
lineman Clint Boling.
KENTUCKY Sophomore QB Morgan
Newton is expected to
get the start when the Wildcats face
Pittsburgh in the Compass Bowl on Jan.
8, 2011, in Birmingham, Ala. Newton
will replace senior Mike Hartline,
whose career essentially ended when
he was arrested on charges of disorderly
conduct and public intoxication on Dec.
10 and suspended from the team.
LSU Consensus All-American Patrick
Peterson was named the winner
of the Jim Thorpe Award, which is given
to the nation's top defensive back, and
the Bednarik Award, which is given to
the nation's top defender. Peterson is
the first player in program history to
win either award.
MISSISII The son of former
MISSISI NFL quarterback Cliff
Stoudt is reportedly being pursued
by Kansas, Mississippi and UTEP. Zach
Stoudt, a former Louisville signee who
completed 57.5 percent of his passes
for 1,812 yards, 18 touchdowns and
six interceptions this season for Iowa
Western Community College, visited the
Mississippi campus this past weekend.
MISS. STATE The program dodged
MISS.ST a pair of bullets
when Florida and Miami named Will
Muschamp and Al Golden, respectively,
as their new head coaches. Mississippi
State head coach Dan Mullen, who was
a Florida assistant before coming to
Starkville, was seen as a candidate for
both of those vacancies.
Biletnikoff Award
S. CAROLINA finalist and American
Football Coaches Association First-
Team All-American Alshon Jeffery
and freshman running back Marcus
Lattimore were named Second-Team
All-America by the Walter Camp
Foundation. Lattimore, the SEC
Freshman of the Year, was the only
freshman or sophomore to garner first-
or second-team recognition from the
Walter Camp Foundation.
TENNESSEE The Volunteers may
have a glorified home
game when they face North Carolina in
Nashville's Music City Bowl on Dec. 30.
Tennessee is 12-0 in its last 12 games
played in Tennessee-based venues other
than Neyland Stadium.
Auburn offensive
VANDERBILT coordinator Gus
Malzahn has turned down the
Commodores' offer to become their new
head coach. Malzahn served as the head
coach of Springdale (Ark.) High before
becoming the offensive coordinator at
Arkansas, Tulsa and Auburn.


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Making This Right


Beaches
Claims
Cleanup

Economic Investment
Environmental Restoration
Health and Safety
Wildlife


For information visit: bp.com
restorethegulf.gov
facebook.com/bpamerica
twitter.com/bp_america
youtube.com/bp


"Now Gulf seafood is coming back on the menu, so come on down,
we're open for business."
Bryan Zar
Co-owner, Restaurant des Families
Crown Point, LA


I grew up bussing tables at this restaurant. Last year, my wife,
Brooke, and I bought it. We were working hard to build a
business, then the spill hit. BP said they would try to make
things right. But how was an energy company going to help
our restaurant?

Keeping Businesses Open
We figured they would tell us to take a number and wait in line.
Instead, they asked us if we could serve food to the workers,
engineers, scientists, and local residents they had hired to
cleanup the spill. It kept us busy round the clock. And we
weren't the only ones. They hired a lot of local businesses and
kept a lot of people working. They have kept businesses up and
down the Gulf open and it's still making a difference.

Open for Business
BP asked us to share our story with you to keep you informed.
Our restaurant's open six days a week. Customers are filling our
restaurant again and we think it's a good time to come down to
the Gulf Coast. And if we could make just one request, please
think of us when planning your next vacation. We're still here
and while it's been tough, we are still cooking. And we are just
one of the hundreds of great places ready to welcome you when
you come down. So don't wait. We're looking forward to
seeing you.


For assistance, please call:
To report impacted wildlife: (866) 557-1401
To report oil on the shoreline: (866) 448-5816
To make spill-related claims: (800) 440-0858
floridagulfresponse.com


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127 Howard Street E., R
Live Oak, FL
Phone: 386-362-4539
Toll Free: 1-800-557-7478
Se Habla Espanol
EMAIL: info@poolerealty.com o i .


Help Wanted

FirstDay
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NEEDED ASAP
Full Time Experience
Preferred
Apply in Person Only:
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110 Lee Avenue SE
Live Oak, FI 32060
No Phone Calls Please

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WITH A NEW JOB
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Great benefits, Salary based
on experience.
Please apply at:
Surrey Place care Center
110 Lee Avenue SE
Live Oak, FI 32060
NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE


BUSINESSES


Village Oaks I Apartments
1, 2, 3 & 4 bedroom units.
Hurry in for an application.
Rental assistance available to
qualified applicants.
Call 386-364-7936,
TDD/TTY 711.
705 NW Drive, Live Oak
"This institution is an equal
opportunity provider and
employer."


Help Wanted

FirstDay
CASUAL LIBRARY
AIDE I POSITIONS
LIVE OAK PUBLIC LIBRARY
Suwannee River Regional
Library is currently seeking
applicants for the positions of
casual Library Aide I to work
on an as needed basis at the
Live Oak Public Library.
Applications are available at
the Suwannee County
Administrative Services
Department, 224 Pine
Avenue, Live Oak, FL 32064,
telephone (386) 362-6869.
Positions will remain open
until filled. The Suwannee
County Board of County
Commissioners is an equal
employment opportunity
employer that does not
discriminate against any
qualified employee or
applicant because of race,
color, national origin, sex,
including pregnancy, age,
disability, or marital status.
Spanish speaking individuals
are encouraged to apply. All
applicants subject to a pre-
employment physical.
"Successful completion of a
drug test is a condition of
employment." EEO/AA/V/D.

EQUIPMENT SPECIALIST
Black Gold has a new
opportunity available at their Live
Oak, Florida farm. The
responsibilities of this position
includes: plan and coordinate
maintenance activities, procure
parts and control inventory, set
up incoming & disassemble
departing equipment and resolve
machine technology issues.
The ideal candidate will possess
leadership abilities, training
experience and good
communication skills.
Experience required with farm
equipment, GPS technology,
electrical & hydraulic
components and Microsoft
Office.
This full time position offers a
competitive salary with a
complete benefits package.
Relocations assistance may be
provided if necessary. Submit
resume to:
employment@ blackgoldpotato.c
om or mail to: Black Gold Farm
16650 165th Road Live Oak,
Florida 32060. More information
available at
www.blackgoldpotato.com
DENTAL ASSISTANT needed
for small, rural relaxed-pace
office. Expanded functions
training necessary. 4 day work
week with benefits. Please fax
resume to 386-776-3132


LAKE WOOD
APARTMENTS IN
LIVE OAK
Quiet country living
2 bedroom duplex.
Call 362-3110.
570121-F


Help Wanted

FirstDay
FIRE RESCUE
TEMPORARY STAFF
ASSISTANT
Suwannee County Fire
Rescue is seeking applicants
for the temporary position of
Staff Assistant. Minimum
qualifications include
graduation from a standard
high school and three years of
experience in secretarial, or
advanced clerical office work;
or, an equivalent combination
of training and experience.
Salary range is $9.02 to
$18.25 per hour based on
qualifications and experience.
Applicants are encouraged to
submit resumes, letters of
reference, or other
biographical information with
their applications.
Applications are available at
the Suwannee County
Administrative Services
Department, 224 Pine
Avenue, Live Oak, FL 32064
386-362-6869. Deadline for
submitting applications is
Tuesday December 28, 2010
at 4:30 p.m. The Suwannee
County Board of County
Commissioners is an equal
employment opportunity
employer that does not
discriminate against any
qualified employee or
applicant because of race,
color, national origin, sex,
including pregnancy, age,
disability, or marital status.
Spanish speaking individuals
are encouraged to apply. All
applicants subject to a pre-
employment physical.
Successful completion of a
drug test is a condition of
employment. EEO/AA/V/D.

FirstDay
MAINTENANCE WORKER I
Suwannee County School Board
facilities department position
open for a Maintenance Worker
I. Salary range-$26,458.00-
$34,830.00. Preference given to
applicants with experience in
HVAC repair. Applicants may
apply at
www.suwannee.kl2.fl.us
Deadline to apply is
January 2, 2011

Lost & Found
FOUND BLOOD HOUND: Red,
Male, Approx 2 yrs old, Approx
40 Ibs. Found at 152nd PI, CR
49 in Wellborn. 386-963-4630

LOST CELL PHONE (Flat) in a
Red Zipper Eye Glass Case.
Lost between Lake City &
Branford. 386-935-0366


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Over 4 Million
Potential Buyers
for your product
through our Internet
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and throughout
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Call Nancy at

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SERVICES


Village Oaks II
Apartments
1, 2, & 3 bedroom units.
HUD vouchers accepted.
Hurry in for an application.
Call 386-364-7936,
TDD/TTY 711.
705 NW Drive, Live Oak
"This institution is an equal
opportunity provider, and
employer."


Lost & Found
REWARD LOST BLUE
HEELER Last seen in area of
Friendship Baptist Church, Live
Oak on Dec. 6th. Male. PLEASE
Call 386-590-7842


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REWARD LOST GOLDEN
RETRIEVER Dowling Park Area.
Between Newburn & Mitchell Rd.
Male, Light Golden Brown, 3 Yrs
Old. Kids Miss Him!!! 386- 209-
2968

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Appliance Sales &
Service
FirstDay
WHIRLPOOL Stackable
Washer/Dryer. Great Condition
$200 Firm 386-364-1978

Computer Repair
Service
HAMILTON ELECTRONICS
Computer repair, house calls,
free pickup and delivery.
Call 386-855-1041
Education
Want to be a CNA?
Don't want to wait?
Express Training is now
offering our quality Exam Prep
Classes in Lake City, Fl.
Class sizes limited.
Call for details on the next
class!!! 386-755-4401
expresstrainingservices.com

Pets/Free Pets
CHRISTMAS BOXER PUP'S
AKC, Fawn, 8 wks, Health Certs.
Shots, $500 386-658-3600
FREE CHRISTMAS PUPPIES:
Half Lab/Half Beagle 2 with
Natual Dock Tail. Free to a good
home. 386-842-5022 or 386-
209-4018 or 4019




For Qualified
Home Inspections
Call

Paul Dial
C.R.P.I.
386-364-4434 or
386-590-6534
Certified 570742-F


-FOR RENT-


GREAT RATES FOR NICE LOOKING
RENTALS - STARTING AT $300 PER MONTH
FOR SINGLEWIDES AND $450 PER MONTH
FOR DOUBLEWIDES. WATER, SEWER,
AND GARBAGE INCLUDED. NO PETS.
386-330-2567 569597-F


IFORSALE
FOR SALE


LAND AVAILABLE

BELOW $2,ooo/ACRE

www.FloridaAcreage.com

20.00 ACRES - SUWANNEE COUNTY - MLS #74594 -
secluded property close to the Suwannee River, boat ramp
and numerous springs. Ideal for hunting, camping & other
recreational uses. $1,995 per acre (Broker/Owner)

16.59 ACRES - SUWANNEE COUNTY - MLS #75673 -
ideal for secluded home or a place to hunt. Located closed
to state owned property, Suwannee River and numerous
springs. $1,668 per acre (Broker/Owner)

35.09 ACRES - SUWANNEE COUNTY - MLS #76010 -
great location for someone looking for a quiet spot to build
a home in the country. Property is high & dry with
scattered pine trees. $1,650 per acre (Broker/Owner)

114.67 ACRES - SUWANNEE COUNTY - MLS#74967 -
wooded property located close to the Suwannee River.
Great hunting and recreational property. $1,295 per acre

722 (+/-) ACRES - DIXIE COUNTY - MLS #74939 located
south of Cross City, this property joins state owned land
and is ideal for hunting. Only $600 per acre

Numerous foreclosed properties available from 5 acres up
with prices starting @ $17,500

Call BAYNARD WARD OR CHUCK DAVIS ati-8oo-
805-7566 for more details

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2806 West U. S. Highway 90, Suite #101
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Something
About That

Name!
To be presented by
the choir under the
direction of Eunice
Herko at Peace
Baptist Church 7794
SE US Hwy 27,
Branford, Fla. on
Saturday, December
18, 2010 at 7 p.m.
and Sunday,
December 19, 2010 at
11 a.m.
For more information
call (386) 935-4681 or
www.peacebaptistchu
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17, 2010

Pets/Free Pets
FirstDay
PUPPIES FOR CHRISTMAS
GERMAN SHEPARD 8 weeks
old, shots, health certs. 3-Male,
3-Female. AKC $350ea 386-
963-2279 or 912-310-8280

Misc. Merchandise
BIG BOYS TOYS 1974 MGB
Trophy Winner, For Details call
386-658-2367
FOR SALE WEDDING DRESS:
Ivory in Color, Size 18, Hat &
Veil, Ankle Length. $50.00 OBO
386-658-1107
Wanted to Buy

CASH FOR YOUR COINS!
Private collector seeking U.S.
coins and currency. Older
varieties, all denominations. I
travel to you ! I pay more than
dealers and pawn! Questions?
Call 352-949-1450.

Garage/Yard Sales
CHRISTMAS SPECIAL 12/20-
24 7191 CR 136A Decorations,
Appliances, Odds & Ends,
Dishes, Cattle Waterer, Material,
CB Radios, Etc. 386-362-4852

YARD SALE Fr 12/17 2-5 Sat
12/18 8-1 12545 SE CR 25A
Jasper. Craftsmans Tools,
Furniture, Christmas Decor,
Clothes, Much More. 850-556-
1787

YARD SALE: Dec 17th & 18th 8-
4, 6688 161st Rd, US 90W 6
miles, Left 1 mile on 161st Rd.
Weight Bench w/Weights,
Couch, Table & Chairs, Lamps,
China Cabinet, MISC. 386-362-
2453
Apartments for Rent
APARTMENT 2Bd/1Ba on Rt
136 near ACV entrance. New
Floors, W/D, quiet place $425
mo + dep, call 386-249-2647
DUPLEX 3Bd/1Ba on Rt 136
near ACV. Spacious, Secluded
area. $524mo + deposit, Call
386-249-2647


IITUN'IT
PUBLISHER'S
NOTICE
All real estate advertising in this
newspaper is subject to the Fair
Housing Act which makes it illegal
to advertise "any preference, limi-
tation or discrimination based on
race, color, religion, sex, disabili-
ty, familial status or national ori-
gin, or an intention, to make any
such preference, limitation and
discrimination." Familial status in-
cludes children under the age of
18 living with parents or legal cus-
todians, pregnant women and
people securing custody of chil-
dren under 18.
This newspaper will not know-
ingly accept any advertising for
real estate which is in violation of
the law. Our readers are hereby
informed that all dwellings adver-
tised in this newspaper are availa-
ble on an equal opportunity basis.
To complain of discrimination call
HUD toll-free 1-800-669-9777.
The toll-free number for the hear-
ing impaired is 1-800-927-9275.

Houses for Rent

CUSTOM BUILT 3 Bd/2.5 Ba
2400 sq ft of living area Ig 2 car
garage. Formal dining, large
custom kitchen, office, breakfast
area. Just 5 mins for MCI
$1100/mo 386-854-0219 or 704-
776-5588

LIVE OAK /DOWLING PK
AREA 40 Acres high & dry on
main hwy. House handyman
special 4Bd/2Ba. Cross frenced
for livestock. $1200 negotible.
Serious inquiries only. Call for
appointment 904-291-6296 or
904-509-7125
SMALL COTTAGE IN THE
WOODS: 2Bd/1Ba $450 Plus
Utilities per Mo. Brocker/Owner
Annette Land 386-935-0824

Homes for Sale

HOME 2Bd/1Ba on 1 Acre Lot,
Remodeled, Fenced, Walk-In
Closet or Retreat. Metal Roof,
New A-C/Heat. $490mo w $5K
down. Owner Finance? Call:
Gary 386-758-9824

FirstDay
STILT HOME 5Bd/2.5Ba, 3200
sq ft on 10 plus acres near
Suwannee Correctional. 2000 sq
ft of Living Area. 1200 sq ft
Storage. $140K Cash 386-362-
5259 or 386-984-9532 Before
9:30 pm

Condos/Duplexes for


Sale
FirstDay
CONDO FORECLOSURE! Own
for pennies on the dollar!
Spectacular brand new
3bd/2.5ba condo (2,262sf) on
Amelia Island, Fl. Prime location,
upscale amenities only
$249,900. Own for less than half
price! Includes private beach
club membership! Must see! Call
now 877-888-6381 X 45.

Mobile Homes for Sale
BIG 4Bd/2.5Ba DWMH on 6
Acres. Fenced, Utility Bldg, Back
Porch. Bring the animlas to
graze! LR & Den w/Fireplace.
386-344-5024
lugermom@yahoo.com
LAND HOME PACKAGES:
Columbia & Suwannee Co.
Possible owner finance. Some
available w/Sweat Equity Loans.
386-344-5024
lugermom@yahoo.com
NEW MODULAR HOMES 300
Floor Plans to Choose From,
Large to Small 5% Interest Rate.
Small Down Payments, Live The
Good Life. Mike 386-623-4218
SHIPP FUNDS ACCEPTED and
owner finance at 7% fixed! Now
is the best time ever to buy a
new home and make your
dreams come true call 386-
365-8549

FirstDay
SWMH 3Bd/2Ba 1996 16X70
Good Condition. Call for Price.
386-362-4880


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Dear Classified Guys,
I read your column every week so I'm
thinking you are the guys to help me
answer this question: What is it with
men and power equipment? I know
what it's like to have a shopping
habit, but my husband has his nose
in the classified every Sunday
dreaming of a new tractor, leaf blow-
er or snow blower. We got a dusting
of snow the other day and he's ready
to buy a 10hp snow blower. Do men
really need all that power
equipment or are they
just trying to escape all
the indoor household ,1
chores? I have a whole
list of things for him to do.
Can you help this lonely
indoor woman?

Cash: Only a 10hp snow blower?
Consider yourself lucky. He could be
looking for a snowplow and a new
truck to go along with it.
Carry: It sometimes seems like
power equipment is a part of the male
DNA coding. Just say the word "trac-
tor" and many guys begin to drool.
And if we can find it in the classified
for a fraction of the new cost, it sends
chills down our spine.


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Cash: It's kind of like what many
women or teenagers feel when they
shop at the mall. Find a Ralph Lauren
designer outfit on the clearance rack at
75% off and you're walking out of the
mall as proud as a peacock.
Carry: Do men really need all this
power equipment? Not really. But
that's not the point. It's not even that
we are trying to avoid all the inside
work. But I have to be honest. It's dif-
ficult to get excited about a meager 10-
amp vacuum.
Cash: When Makita manufactures a
15-horsepower dust buster, a hydrostat-
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washing machine, men will begin lin-
ing up to do the housework.
Carry: Our suggestion is to let your
husband have his small pleasures as
long as he holds up his end of the inside
chores. However if he's not, you can
always try to entice him into doing
housework. Consider placing the
"Craftsman" emblem on the side of the
vacuum or put all the dusting and
cleaning products in his toolbox. That
may help drive the point home.
Cash: Just be careful. If he gets too
excited about housework, you may one
day find him dusting with the power
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Circuit Breaker
As any guy can tell you, not all
power tools were created equal. If
you're buying an electric drill, circular
saw or hand grinder you want the most
power for your money. But comparing
these tools by horsepower may not give
you the best result. It's better to com-
pare your tools by looking at the
amperage. The higher the amps, the
more power it is likely to have. And
just in case you're wondering, this same
technique works for comparing kitchen
appliances.
Deep Trouble Cycle
Most guys are not known for their
cleanliness. However, when it comes
to tools, it can be a different story.
Here's a trick for cleaning all those
wrenches and screwdrivers after a
greasy job. Your wife may not like the
idea, but you can run most tools like
screwdrivers, sockets and wrenches
through your dishwasher's normal
cycle. Since most dishwashers have a
drying cycle, rust is typically not an
issue. And with the right detergent, you
won't even get any pesky spots!
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Do you have a question or funny story about the
classified? Want to just give us your opinion?
We want to hear all about it! Email us at:
comments@classifiedguys.com.


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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR SUWANNEE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 2010-CA-335
NORTHERN ALACHUA HOLDINGS,
LLC, a Florida Corporation,
Plaintiff,
vs.
CARL JOHANSEN, NANCY
JOHANSEN, a/k/a NANCY L.
JOHANSEN, husband and wife, if
married, if alive, and if dead, their
respective unknown spouse, heirs,
devisees, grantees, creditors, or other
parties claiming by, through, under or
against them individually, and
STEWARDSHIP-BRIDGEPOINT
GROUP, LLC, it's heirs,
administrators, assigns, creditors, or
other parties claiming by, through, or
against it individually,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO:
CARL JOHANSEN
NANCY JOHANSEN a/kla
NANCY L. JOHANSEN
4373 288th STREET
BRANFORD, FL 32008
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to
Quiet Title as to the following described
lands:
LOT 20, BLK 77 UNIT 2 THREE
RIVERS ESTATE ORB 383 P 737 TD
Y91 ORB 479 P 558 WD YR 94 NOTE
RP#627149 7 150 YR 94 NO RP# ON
M/H ON EXFEAT
TAX PARCEL #: 01648770200 29-06S-
15E
NAH vs JOHANSEN
Case#: 2010-CA-335
filed against you and you are required to
serve a copy of your written defenses, if
any, to it, on RONALD W. STEVENS,
Petitioner's attorney, whose address is
Post Office Box 1444, Bronson, FL
32621, on or before January 14, 2011,
and file the original with the Clerk of this
Court either before service on Plaintiff's
attorney or immediately thereafter;
otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded in
the Complaint.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of this
Court on November 30, 2010.
SEAL
Clerk of Court
Barry A. Baker
By: Sharon Hale/dc
Persons with disabilities requesting
reasonable accommodations to
participate in the proceeding should
contact (386) 362-0500 (Voice &
TDD*711) or via Florida Relay Service
at (800) 955-8771 12/17, 24

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR SUWANNEE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 2010-CA-000280
UCN: 612010CA000280XXCTCT
WALTER MORTGAGE COMPANY, LLC


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Plaintiff,
vs.
MICHAEL J. TRAYDON;
AMY M. TRAYDON;
JOHN DOE;
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO:
MICHAEL J. TRAYDON
16052 PUSKITA TRAIL
JACKSONVILLE, FL32218
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to
foreclose a mortgage on the following
described property in SUWANNEE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
LOT 2, WOODLAND MANOR, A
SUBDIVISION ACCORDING TO THE
PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 1, PAGE 259 OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF SUWANNEE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
has been filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to it on the attorney for
the Plaintiff:
VESCHIO LAW GROUP, LLC
2001 W. KENNEDY BLVD
TAMPA, FL 33606
on or before January 14, 2011, or within
30 days of the first publication of this
notice of action, and file the Original with
the Clerk of this Court either before
service on Plaintiff's attorneys or
immediately thereafter; otherwise a
default will be entered against you for the
relief demanded in the Complaint.
DATED on November 3, 2010
SEAL
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
SUWANNEE County
200 SOUTH OHIO
LIVE OAK, FL 32060
By: Sharon Hale
Deputy Clerk
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE
AMERICAN WITH DISABILITIES ACT,
PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES
NEEDING A SPECIAL
ACCOMMODATION TO PARTICIPATE
IN THIS PROCEEDING SHOULD
CONTACT THE A/D/A/
ADMINISTRATOR FOR THE CLERK OF
THE COURT NOT LATER THAN DAYS
PRIOR TO THE PROCEEDING, AT
" IF HEARING IMPAIRED, (TDD) 1-800-
955-8771, VOICE 1-800-955-8770. THIS
IS NOTACOURT INFORMATION LINE.
12/10, 17

NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION
Auction to be held at:
Duncan Tire & Auto
970 Hamilton Ave., NE
Live Oak, Fl 32064
386-362-4743
Auction Date & Time:
December 22, 2010 at 3:00 pm
The following vehicle will be auctioned
for unpaid storage and towing charges:
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YEE HAW COUNTRY CHRISTMAS
Celebrate Christmas with us on Friday, December 17, at 7
p.m. The members of the Live Oak Christian Church are
presenting a truly unique Christmas Program. Our goal is
to give you a smile and help you understand the true
meaning of the Christmas season - the Birthday of our
Lord Jesus Christ. Join us as we watch a father search for
the true meaning of Christmas during a time of family
crisis. Along the way we will have lots of fun and laughs
as we poke fun at our country roots and the unique way
we look at the Christmas season. Pastor Ray Kelley and
the members of the Live Oak Christian Church invite you
to come and join with us for a "Yee Haw Country
Christmas." The church is located at 1015 Ohio Avenue
North beside Walt's Ford. Telephone: 386-362-1085.
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CASE NO. 2010-100-CP
IN RE:
Miriam M. Mercer Family Revocable
Trust, UTD October 1, 2004, As
Amended and Restated on July 13,
2010, By that certain First Amendment
and Restatement, and Miriam M.
Mercer Family Irrevocable Trust,
effective
November 6, 2010
SUCCESSOR TRUSTEE'S
NOTICE OF TRUST
NOTICE OF TRUST IS HEREBY GIVEN
In accordance with the provisions of
�736.05055, Florida Statutes, of (i) the
death of the trust settlor, Miriam M.
Mercer, and (il) the administration of the
Miriam M. Mercer Family Irrevocable
Trust, effective November 6, 2010. The
Successor Trustee, Andrew J. Decker, III,
respectfully serves notice as follows:
1. The name of the settlor of the subject
trust is: Miriam M. Mercer. The settlor's
truncated Social Security Number is:
261-42-xxxx. Upon the death of the
settlor, her trust became irrevocable. The
taxpayer identifying number for what is
now designated as the Miriam M. Mercer
Family Irrevocable Trust is 27-6915206.
2. The settlor's date of death was


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November 6, 2010
3. The title or name of the settlor's trust
is: Miriam M. Mercer Family Revocable
Trust, UTD October 1, 2004.
4. The date of original creation of the
trust is: October 1, 2004. The Trust was
subsequently amended and restated on
July 13, 2010.
5. The name and address of the original
Trustee was the settlor, Miriam M.
Mercer, whose last address was: 904
Weller Avenue, S.E., Live Oak, Florida
32064.
6. The name and address of the
Successor Trustee of the Miriam M.
Mercer Family Irrevocable Trust is:
Andrew J. Decker, III, Post Office Drawer
1288, Live Oak, Florida 32064.
7. No probate proceeding has been
commenced with respect to the estate of
the decedent, Miriam M. Mercer, nor is
any expected or required.
8. The county of the settlor's domicile is:
Suwannee County, Florida.
9. The Clerk of the Court is requested to
forthwith transmit a copy of this Notice of
Trust to any caveator.


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10. Any person holding a claim against
the Miriam M. Mercer Family Irrevocable
Trust, the Estate of Miriam M. Mercer,
deceased, or the Successor Trustee, and
any person having an objection with
respect to the validity of the original trust
documents and any subsequent
amendment thereto will, the
qualifications of the Successor Trustee or
the administration of the trust must
submit such claims or objections in
writing to the Successor Trustee listed in
paragraph 6 of this Notice and to the
following additional persons:
Andrew J. Decker, III, Esquire
The Decker Law Firm, P.A.
Post Office Drawer 1288
Live Oak, Florida 32064
DATED AND SIGNED on this 22nd day
of November, 2010, by the Successor
Trustee of the Miriam M. Mercer Family
Irrevocable Trust.
Andrew J. Decker, III
Post Office Box 1288
Live Oak, Florida 32064
Telephone: (386)364-4440
12/10, 17


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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
IN AND FOR SUWANNEE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 2010-82-CA
GREEN TREE SERVICING LLC,
successor service to
GREENPOINT CREDIT, LLC,
Plaintiff,
vs.
THOMAS A. WILSON,
IF LIVING, AND IF DECEASED,
HIS UNKNOWN SPOUSES,
HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
CREDITORS, AND ALL OTHER
PARTIES CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAINST
HIM; HFC Collection Center, Inc.;
Campus USA Credit Union;
JOHN DOE and JANE DOE
AND ANY OTHER PERSONS)
IN POSSESSION OF THE SUBJECT
REAL PROPERTY WHOSE NAMES
ARE UNCERTAIN,
Defendant.
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to
an order or a final judgment of
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captioned action, I will sell the property
situated in SUWANNEE County Florida,
described as:
Lot 19, Hilldale Subdivision, a
subdivision according to the map or
plat thereof, as recorded in Plat Book
1, page 314, Public Records of
Suwannee County, Florida.
INCLUDING the following
Manufactured Home: 2000 Peach
State Navigator 24 X 60, Serial
Numbers: PSH2GA2122A &
PSH2GA2122B.
at public sale, to the highest and best
bidder for cash, at the SUWANNEE
County Courthouse, 200 S. Ohio Avenue,
Live Oak, Florida at 11:00 a.m., on
January 27, 2011. An person claiming an
interest in the surplus from the sale, if an,
other than the property owner as of the
date of the Lis Pendens must file a claim
within 60 days after the sale.
Dated this 1st day of December, 2010.


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SEAL
Barry A. Baker,
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: Sharon Hale
As Deputy Clerk
SCHUYLER-STEWART-SMITH
Schuyler Smith, Esq.
118 West Adams St. #800
Jacksonville, FL 32202
(904) 353-5884
AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT
(ADA) NOTICE
Individuals with disabilities needing a
reasonable accommodation to participate
in this proceeding should contact the
Court administrator's office, as soon as
possible> If hearing impaired, 1-800-995-
8771 (TTD); or 1-800-955-8770 (V) via
Florida Relay Service.
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Live Oak Elks Lodge
#1165 Bingo
Monday nights 7 p.m. until
(Card sales begin at 6 p.m.)
$30 minimum payout - 20
games played
$250 Progressive
Jackpots (2)
Winner take all (last game)
Thursday nights
7 p.m. until
(Card sales
beginning at 6 p.m.)
$20 minimum payout -
30 games played
$250 Progressive
Jackpots (2)
Winner Take All
(Last Game)
Bring a New Player - Get a
free dabber or single card
Is it your birthday? -
Get a Free Dabber or single
card (Show ID)
Live Oak Elks Lodge
#1165
415 East Howard Street,
Live Oak, Fl 32064
Phone: 386-362-1165
Email:
elks1165 @ comcast.net
Cub Scout Pack No.
408-Tiger, Wolf, Bears
and Webelos dens (grades
one - five) - every Tuesday,
Aug.-May only; 6:30-7:30
p.m. at Live Oak Church of
the Nazarene.
Columbia, Dixie,
Hamilton, Lafayette,
Madison,
Suwannee, Taylor
The Question on
everyone's mind is which
county has the best "ex-
high school" basketball
players? The Challenge is
on!
Introducing the 1st Annual
MLK Dream Classic Men's
Basketball Tournament
When: Monday, January
17, 2011, 8:30 a.m. until
finished
Where: Lafayette High
School Gym, Mayo,
Florida
Entry Fee: $150/Team
(Five team limit, will honor
the 1st five teams to
respond)
Double elimination - no
current high school
students
Trophies and medals
awarded to 1st and 2nd
place teams
All proceeds to benefit
Alms of Bethel
Community Outreach, Inc.
After School programs.
For more information
contact: Taylor McGrew,
386-294-1701 (work), 386-
294-2440 (home), 386-
590-7405 (cell).
Lafayette/Taylor
Lions Club meeting
The next meeting will be
held the fourth Tuesday in
January. No meeting in
December. The meeting
will be held at the Golden
Corral in Perry.
Suwannee
County Open
Market
Thursday 8 a.m. - 2 p.m.
at Suwannee County
Museum, North Highway
129. Live Oak. Shop fresh,
shop local for farm fresh
produce, flowers, plants,
herbs, baked goods, coffee,
locally produced honey,
jellies, jams, soaps, arts
and crafts and more. All
vendors welcome. Call
386-362-1776 or 386-364-
4560 for more information.


Master Gardening
Series to be held at
Lafayette County
Public Library
each month
January 7, Cindy Hett,
Lawn Fertilization
February 4, Joann Martz -
Roses
March 4, Maggie
Biggerstaff - Ornamental
grasses
April 1, Janie Henson -
Hardy flowering
perennials
May 6, Carol Sullivan -
Florida Natives
June 3, Judy Morelan -
Butterflies


Mothers of
Preschoolers (MOPS)
Meeting - Meets second
and fourth Tuesday of
every month (August-
May) at First Baptist
Church of Live Oak @
9:30 am. MOPS
International exists to
encourage, equip and
develop every mother of
preschoolers to realize her
potential as a woman,
mother and leader.
Breakfast and childcare are
provided. www.mops.org.
First Baptist Church
of Live Oak, FL will begin


holding a weekly grief
recovery support group.
GriefShare is a non-
denominational Biblically
based 13 week program for
people who are struggling
with losing a loved one in
death. People can enter at
any point in the 13 weeks.
It will be held at 6 pm on
Wednesday. First Baptist
Church is located at 401
W. Howard in Live Oak.
For more information,
people may call 386-362-
1583 or find us on the web
at www.fbcliveoak.org.


SUNDAY LUNCH
For the past several
months a group headed up
by Pat and JoAnn Lynch
have been serving a free
lunch at the community
center in Live Oak the last
Sunday of the month. This
past month we fed around
300 children and families.
We support this project by
selling donated items at the
Flea Market in Lake City.
We have cleaned out all of
our closets, garages and
are now in need of items to
be donated to this cause.
We also need volunteers to
help set up and serve the
meals. If you are


interested in volunteering
or would like to donate
garage sale items you may
contact Pat and Jo Ann
Lynch at (386) 935-1076
or Roger Burnside at (386)
935-3343.
Looking for
classmates of
Class of 1959
Would like to contact any
classmates from the Class
of 1959 (in the event of
upcoming reunions, etc.)
Contact Joyce Parker at
407-886-0601 or write to:
Joyce Parker, 4039 Visa
Lane, Apopka, Fl 32703.


ROUNTREE MOORE TOYOTA

IN LAKE CITY WILL SELL

PRE-OWNED CARS AND TRUCKS

FROM $995".*$55 DOWN

AND $95 PER MONTH:
ROUNTREE MOORE TOYOTA - COLUMBIA COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Due to the economy several thousand vehicles have been repossessed by banks and
credit unions in Florida within the past few months.
ROUNTREE MOORE TOYOTA ASSUMES LIABILITY OF HUNDREDS OF
BANK REPO'S. New car and truck sales have been boosted lately because of factory
rebate programs and interest rate buy downs and consequently, used car sales are lagging.
"In an effort to increase our pre-owned business" stated Ashley Carter, General Manager,
"we have made some unbelievable purchases from Banks and Credit Unions which will
allow us to sell these vehicles to the public for literally thousands of dollars below the retail
market and book value."
THIS LOCATION was chosen for this unprecedented sales event. Rountree Moore
Toyota is more than equipped to handle a sale of this magnitude.
FIVE DAYS ONLY has been allocated for this event. Wednesday - Monday, December
15" - 20th. Sale hours are: 9am - 7pm Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Monday and
9am -5pm on Saturday,
GUARANTEED FINANCING* is the by-word for this event. No credit application will
be refused and all trade-ins will be accepted. "In fact, we will give a minimum of $8,000
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car note and ourjob is to get them there, ii, nu11, ii1 il' ii (Il..,, stated Ashley Carter,
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December 161; Friday, December 17h; Saturday, December 18h and Monday,
December 201, Rountree Moore Toyota will have special automotive finance
bankers on the premises to offer GUARANTEED FINANCING* to everyone.
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bad credit problems, have had a repossession and even bankruptcy. No
one will be turned away. Ashley Carter, General Manager for Rountree Moore
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L Section D
Friday, December 17, 2010


Letters to Santa


Pre-K

Mrs. Bonnie Swartz &
Ms. Denise Chandler

Dear Santa,
I want a pillow pet and a
doll house.
Thank you, I Love You
Santa
Caroline Allen

Santa,
I want a basketball and
candy.
Gracias,
Sani Angeles

Dear Santa,
I want a choo choo train,
legos, and a big toy truck.
Oh, I want a new bike too.
Thank you,
Reginald Bevels

Dear Santa,
I want a train and tracks.
That's it.
Thank you
Anthony Boyer

Dear Santa,
I want a game like my
sister's. I want my
brother to get a costume
and I want one too. Please
may I have a microphone?
Thank you, Santa Claus
Lena Bristol

Dear Santa,
I want a choo choo train
and a flip over truck.
Thank you
Aveion Gardner


Dear Santa,
I want a football and a
choo choo train and a
basketball. That's it.
Thank you,
Elijah Henderson

Dear Santa,
I want a princess and a
Barbie.
Thank you,
Denise Leon

Dear Santa,
I want a princess game, a
scooter and a flower
necklace and a flower
bracelet.
Thank you,
Karina Pecina

Dear Santa,
I want to get a
Spiderman, a Ninja turtle
truck and a game.
Thank you,
Walter Pouncy

Dear Santa,
I want a present. I want
a toy bird and a toy
bunny. I want an apple in
my stocking.
Thank you,
Janaria Randall

Dear Santa,
I want a stroller and a
baby.
Thank you,
Olivia Ratliff

Dear Santa,
I want a ball, a Christmas
tree and a dog.
Thank you,
Damian Santos


Dear Santa,
I don't know what I want
yet. I need to look in the
Toys R Us book. There
was a Choo Choo train at
Sam's but they may be
sold out. But it was a big
box. Can I have an i Pod
Touch?
Thank you,
Camden Swartz

Dear Santa,
I want a necklace and I
need a new jewelry box.
I want a big penguin.
Thank you,
Natalie Taylor

Dear Santa,
I want a scooter, a wagon
and a little princess
couch.
Thank you,
Doshia White

Dora Townsend and
Elaine Raines
Three year-old class

Dear Santa,
Candy, bike and a new
backpack. Bike for
momma, and a Chicka
Chicka Boom Boom Book.
Thank you,
Mia Arroyo

Dear Santa,
Books and blocks.
Thank you,
Devon Dykes


Dear Santa,
Please can I have a
tricycle? A fire truck.
Bring momma some
earrings, and daddy some
cowboy boots. Boots for
my brothers. I'll see you
soon.
JaQuan Brown

Dear Santa,
A lion book, an apple and a
game. Bring Missy a
game, Gregory and Keith
a game. Mommy get
game.
Thank you,
Joshua Lambert

Dear Santa,
Please I want a tricycle.
Bring Alberta and Tony a
tricycle. Get pretty
dress for Pita and Lisa.
Mom a dress and daddy
boots.
Love,
Wesley Perez

Dear Santa,
Cake and choo choo.
Blocks for sissy and choo
choo momma.
Thank you,
Kristopher Shaw

Dear Santa,
Can I have a fire truck?
I like me some books and
one dress. Jose like a
bike.
Santa bring a new baby
for momma and daddy.
Thank you,
Lisania Tepetate


Dear Santa,
Choo choo train.
Thank you,
Alex Watson

Lindy Meeks' Pre-
Kindergarten Class

Dear Santa,
I want a race car, a
rocket car, and
Spiderman toys.
Love, Robin Cinto-Cruz

Dear Santa,
I want a baby doll, a
stroller, and Dora the
Explorer toys. I love you,
Santa!
Love, Keli Benites

Dear Santa,
I want a race car and a
race track. I also want a
guitar. Thank you, Santa!
Love, Ian Parsons

Dear Santa,
I would like a Robot, Star
Wars toys, Avatar toys &
Legos. You're the man,
Santa!
Love, Kenneth (KD)
Spears

Dear Santa,
I want a drum set for me
and my brother Payton, a
cash register, and a tire
swing. Thank you, Santa!
Love, Ashlyn Meeks

Dear Santa,
I want a NERF football,
Iron Man toys, and a
skateboard.
Love, Xavier Watts


Dear Santa,
I want a Pink Microphone
& guitar, and ironing
board, a cleaning set, a
racetrack, and a pink
piano. I love you, Santa!
Love, Ragan Chauncey

Dear Santa,
I want Transformers
toys, Star Wars toys, and
a monster truck. I really
like you, Santa.
Love, Antonio Walker

Dear Santa,
I would like a Iron Man
toys and Spiderman toys.
You're the best, Santa!
Love, Sergio Olvera

Dear Santa,
I want baby dolls, a crib,
and Dora the Explorer
toys. I love you, Santa!
Love, Elisa Ramirez


Dear Santa,
I want a race car,
Spiderman toys, and a
doll for my big sister
Logan. I love you, Santa!
Love, Cole Lloyd

Dear Santa,
I would like a Disney
table and chairs, a Disney
cell phone, and Disney
princess games..
Love, Cambree Poole

Dear Santa,
I want Bakugan toys, and
dinosaurs. Thank you,
Santa!
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Letters to Santa


Dear Santa,
I want Thomas the Train,
a racecar and racetrack.
Love, Allen Nelson

Dear Santa,
I want Tonka trucks,
Chuggington trucks, and
Scooby Doo toys.
Love, Mar'Kavius Jones

Dear Santa,
I want princess toys, a
pretty pink baby doll, and
Dora toys. I love you,
Santa!
Love, Selena Ardilla

Dear Santa,
I want a super fast
racecar and a monster
truck.
Love, Valentin
Covarrubias

Dear Santa,
I want a racetrack with
cars and a Tonka truck.
Love, Blake Walker-Perez.

Mrs. Lois Pre-k class

Dear Santa,
I want a motorcycle and a
monster truck, toy car
and transformer and
that's it! Oh and a batman
car.
Love, Tarrell

Dear Santa,
I want Thomas train toy
cause he hook and back up
cars and I gonna get
Clarabelle, Hank and
James.
Love, Charles

Dear Santa,
I want to say I love you, I
wish you would come to
my house. I want a thing
you iron clothes with, a
baby doll and a thing you
curl up your hair and a
dress up thing.
Love, Robyn

Dear Santa,
I want a thing that slides
on your arm and it got
stuff you spray. I want a
monster truck with a
mote control with it.......uum
a race car
Love, Jy'Darian

Dear Santa,
I want a pony with a
brush, a snow white
Barbie and a Cinderella
one. A pet shop that has a
coloring thing oh yeah a
princess castle thing to.
Love, Shelby

Dear Santa,
I want a baby doll
hairspray wig, a mermaid,
papers and pencils and
clothes.
Love, Nevaeh

Dear Santa,
I want a guitar, toolset,
monster truck, race cars,
a pretend police set and a
play doggie.
Love, Kaden


Dear Santa,
I want craft stuff, dolls,
and a little dollhouse.
Love, Sophia

Dear Santa,
I want a car and
Spiderman.
Love, Raul

Dear Santa,
I want some trucks,
shirts, pants and that's
all.
Love, Joseph

Dear Santa,
I want trucks and cars.
Love, Adrian

Dear Santa,
I want a playhouse, play
food and baby doll.
Love, Miriam

Dear Santa,
I want a cooking set, baby
dolls, iron, kitchen play
set.
Love, Mariana

Dear Santa,
I want a toy wrestler
man, monster truck, race
car, diver toy and a toy
batman and iron man.
Love, Shane

Dear Santa,
I want a dump truck, and
a play rifle, deer horns
um, an elk horn.
Love, James

Dear Santa,
I want a cowboy,
transformer, motorcycle
and GI Joe.
Love, Kenyon

Dear Santa,
I want
Love, Mirian

Shannon Roberts
Pre-K Class

Dear Santa,
I want a sl (slide) for
Christmas.
Love,
Juan

Dear Santa,
I want a rm (army man)
for Christmas.
Love,
Nehemiah

Dear Santa,
I want a Pora (Dora) for
Christmas.
Love,
Alberta

Dear Santa,
I want a Dota (Dora) for
Christmas.
Love,
Chelsey

Dear Santa,
I want a GM (game) for
Christmas.
Love,
Ja'Darius

Dear Santa,
I want a b (Buzz
Lightyear) for Christmas.
Love,
Jacob


Dear Santa,
I want a HORZ (horse)
for Christmas.
Love,
Nina

Dear Santa,
I want a soso (yo-yo) for
Christmas.
Love,
Jennifer

Dear Santa,
I want a Wody (Woody)
for Christmas.
Love,
Waylon

Dear Santa,
I want a (trampoline) for
Christmas.
Love,
Terrius

Dear Santa,
I want a TrLN
(trampoline) for
Christmas.
Love,
Camdon

Dear Santa,
I want a t (toy) for
Christmas.
Love,
Joel

Dear Santa,
I want a ro (robot) for
Christmas.
Love,
Lucas

Dear Santa,
I want a VOVtM (bike)
for Christmas.
Love,
Xavier

Dear Santa,
I want a Inetco
(Christmas tree) for
Christmas.
Love,
Christopher

Dear Santa,
I want a moveylm (toy)
for Christmas.
Love,
Alondra

Miss Tara &
Mrs. Tenlee
PRE-K CLASS
3-year-old class

Dear Santa,
I want a fire truck for
Christmas.
Love,
Justin

Dear Santa,
I want an airplane, army
jeep, army clothes for
Christmas.
Love,
Grayson

Dear Santa,
I want a blue bike.
Love,
Jenny

Dear Santa,
I want a dollhouse with
dolls for Christmas.
Love,
Ashton


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I want a house for
Christmas.
Love,
Angel

Dear Santa,
I want a motorcycle for
Christmas.
Love,
Frank

Dear Santa,
I want a bicycle for
Christmas.
Love,
De'Vontae

Dear Santa,
I want a Dino for
Christmas.
Love,
Joshua

Dear Santa,
For Christmas I want a
shark wit h itsy bitsy
spider in the water.
Love,
Israel

Dear Santa,
I want a truck for
Christmas.
Love,
Tanner

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Dear Santa,
How are the reindeer?
Can you please bring me a
guitar? I Love You.
Chandler Crace

Dear Santa,
How are the reindeers?
Can you please bring me a
go-go and a goldfish for
Christmas?
Love,
Elexix Patterson

Dear Santa,
How is Mrs. Claus? Please
can you give me a learning
game for Christmas?
Love,
Key' Arah Gillyard

Dear Santa,
How are you? Can you
please bring me a bicycle?
Love,
Nicholas Lyons

Dear Santa,
How are the deers? How
are you? I want you to
bring me a present. I
want a bike.
Love,
Kei' Ajah Bowden

Dear Santa,
How are the reindeer?
Can you bring me a toy ?
Love,
Tugasi Marti

Dear Santa,
Hi. I Love You. Can you
please bring me a four-
wheeler?
Love,
Andres Velasquez

Dear Santa,
How are your reindeer
doing? Will you bring me a
nerf gun?
Love,
Wyatt Clark

Dear Santa,
How are the reindeer? I
want a Barbie doll.
Love,
Paitten Harney

Dear Santa,
Is it cold in the North
Pole? Will you bring me a
toy?
Love,
Rufus McGee

Dear Santa,
How are the reindeer?
Will you please bring me
a puppy?
Love,
Richard Hurst

Dear Santa,
I Love You. How are the
reindeer? I do not want
anything.
Love, Wilder Andrews

Dear Santa,


How are the reindeer? I
Love You. Can you please
bring me a guitar?
Love, Drew Brannan


Dear Santa,
I Love You. Can you bring
me a Barbie?
Love,
Sheila Turner

Dear Santa,
Have the reindeers been
good? Can you bring me
gold for Christmas?
Love,
Kyle Jenkins

Dear Santa,
How are the reindeer?
Please can you bring me
toys for Christmas?
Love,
Lilliana Carbaugh

Dear Santa,
What is your favorite
cookie? Can you bring me
a dinosaur toy?
Love,
Issac Starling

Dear Santa,
How are you? I am good.
Can you please bring me
some lipstick?
Love,
Angelina Ziemba

Dear Santa,
How is your sleigh? Can
you bring me a puppy for
Christmas?
Love,
Elizibeth Ziemba

MRS. ARNOLD

Dear Santa,
Hi Santa I love you. May
I have some pretzels and
chicken nuggets. Thank
you Santa, Love Keon
Fielder.

Dear Santa,
Hi Santa. May I have
moon dough? Thank you
Santa. Love Christopher
Roberts.

Dear Santa,
Hi Santa! May I have a
Barbie doll please? Thank
you. Love, Jacklynn
Howard

Dear Santa,
I like you Santa. Please
give me a scooter and a
Teddy bear. Thank you.
Love, Blake Douglas.

Dear Santa,
I love you Santa. Please
give me a make-up set and
a doll. Thank you. Love
Gabriela Gonzalez

Dear Santa,
What is your favorite
food? Please give me a
train and a motorcycle.
Thank you. Love Hunter
Garland.

Dear Santa,
Do you have a family?
Please give me a DSI and
a train. Thank you. Love
Sara Spradlin.

Dear Santa,
Do you like to play?
Please give me a
transformer and a
bicycle. Thank you. Love,
Adolfo Santiago.

Dear Santa,
I like Santa. Santa I love
you. Santa may I have a
book and Barbie Doll?
Thank you Santa. Love
Miriam Quiterio

Dear Santa,
I love you. Santa may I
have a face paint and a
camera? Thank you,
Santa. Love, Kamaryn
Stover.

Dear Santa,
I love you Santa. May I
have a truck and a car?
Thank you. Love, Cooper
Voss

Dear Santa,
May I have a make up
set? Thank you. Love,
Reanna Wood

Dear Santa,
I love you Santa. May I
have a good toy? Will you


please give me a scooter?
I love you Santa. Love,
Brayden Law.


Dear Santa,
I love you. Can I have a
hamster and a playhouse
with food? Thank you.
Love, Anne Rodriguez

Dear Santa,
How are you? Please give
me a DSI and a bicycle.
Thank you. Love, Daron
Morris

Dear Santa,
I love you Santa. Please
may I have a guitar? Hi
Santa. I love you. Love,
Yazmin Dye.

Mrs. G. Allbritton's
Kindergarten

Dear Santa Claus,
My name is Jake and I
would like a new safety
net for my trampoline. I
really want a real puppy,
too.
Love,
Jake Wooley

Dear Santa,
I have been a good boy
this year. I want an X-
box, a new controller, and
some games. I need a
new controller 'cos my old
one is broken.
Love,
Hunter Joyner

Dear Santa,
I am in Kindergarten. I
want a doll, some clothes,
and some cookies for
Christmas.
Love,
Trinity Sanjuan

Dear Santa Claus,
I have been a good girl
this year. I would like a
Hello Kitty and a pink
Nintendo DS for
Christmas.
Love,
Hayley Grace Stuart

Dear Santa Claus,
I want a doll, a lightning
ball, and a Barbie car for
Christmas.
Love,
Joy McClain

Dear Santa,
I really want a boy Barbie
and a real puppy. Merry
Christmas!
Love,
Hannah Guenther

Dear Santa,
I would like a new sister
for Christmas. I will
trade my sister Jody for
her. I also want a
karaoke machine, and an I
pod touch.
Love,
Tori Hill

Dear Santa,
My name is Ke'Shawn and
I want a motorcycle, and
a crayon maker, and a dirt
bike for Christmas.
Love,
Ke'Shawn Lee Johnson

Dear Santa,
I have very good this
year. I would like to have
an I pod touch, the play
dough fun dots maker,
and a karaoke machine.
Love,
Megan Sturdivant

Dear Santa,
I want a race car and a
video game.
Love,
Jose Torres

Dear Santa,
I want a plane and a dog.
Love,
Sebastian Gomez Pascual

Dear Santa,
I want a video game, a
real cat, and some new
toys for Christmas this
year.
Love,
Luke Spradlin

Dear Santa,
I just moved back to Live
Oak from Japan. My bike
is in a big truck moving
here. I would like some


new toys for Christmas.
Love,
Taylon Johns


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Letters to Santa


Dear Santa,
I have been good this
year. I would like some
new toys and clothes for
Christmas.
Love,
Zoe Lyras

Dear Santa,
I am in Kindergarten this
year. I would like a real
puppy, a Barbie that has a
horse and a dog, and a
doll that looks like a real
baby and eats.
Love,
Kierstin Taylor

Dear Santa,
My name is Hayden and I
haven't really thought
about what I want for
Christmas. I guess some
new toys.
Love,
Hayden Sillman

Dear Santa,
I have been really good
this year. I would like to
have a Ninja, some Army
men, and a remote
controlled truck for
Christmas.
Love,
Will Wainwright

Dear Santa Claus,
I would like to have a play
kitchen and a pretend
horse for Christmas.
Love,
Alexandra Hurst

Dear Santa,
I would like to have a
Nerf gun, a new Hot
wheels track, and a
Bakugan.
Love,
Lucas Freihofer

Dear Santa,
I would like to have
skateboard and I can't
think of anything else.
Love,
David Sheffield-Shipley

Miss Hunter's
Kindergarten

Dear Santa,
I want a Pillow Pet.
Love,
Raven Chatman

Dear Santa,
I want Battle Gear with
Zhu Zhu Pets.
Love,
Thomas Bates

Dear Santa,
I want a Zhu Zhu Pet.
Love,
Chesed Corbin

Dear Santa,
I want a new Barbie toy
and a costume with new
shoes.
Love,
Tayelor Spears

Dear Santa,
I want a guitar and a
Barbie doll house.
Love,
Audrey Felknor

Dear Santa,
Hi! Give me my toy army
man, my toy RC truck, my
scooter, my X Box 360
and a toy jet.
Love,
Sam Wainwright

Dear Santa,
I want a big old airplane
thing. I want a
camouflage jacket that
zips and ties.
Love,
Lamar Jenkins

Dear Santa,
I want a four stroller,
baby clothes, a Nintendo
and a paint easel with
paint holders. I want
crayons and a kitty cat
coloring book. I want
LEGO blocks, a toy phone
and ABC chart.
Love,
Missy Lambert

Dear Santa,
I want a doll for a day. I


want a laptop. I want a
house for Barbie.
Love,
Jessica Martinez


Dear Santa,
I want a Move Game, a
race car and LEGO
pieces.
Love,
Kelvin Lee

Dear Santa,
I want a scooter, a bike, a
book and a Barbie.
Love,
Amirah Salinas

Dear Santa,
I like presents! I like
rabbits. I want a rocking
horse and toy zebra. I
want a toy car and a
heart.
Love,
Teresa Cerro Benton

Dear Santa,
I want a present. I love
you.
Love,
James Watson

Dear Santa,
I want a skateboard,
motorcycle and four
wheeler. I like you Santa.
Love,
Mason Tompkins

Dear Santa,
I love you Santa! I want a
motorcycle.
Love,
Eli Giles

Dear Santa,
I want a new scooter. I
hope you put stuff in my
stocking.
Love,
Amber Schwantes

Dear Santa,
I want a doll house and a
puppy.
Love,
Emily Agapito

Dear Santa,
I want a skateboard, a
Gameboy, some clothes
and shoes.
Love,
Sokoni Lattimore

Dear Santa,
I want a KerPlunk. I want
a crayon maker and Big
Foot.
Love,
Kaden Duke

Mrs. Bonds' Class
Kindergarten

Dear Santa,
I love Santa Claus. I
want a Barbie.
Best Wishes,
Kya

Dear Santa,
I love you. I want a new
bicycle.
Best Wishes,
Zy'Saedrieon

Dear Santa,
I love you. I want a
camera.
Best Wishes,
Makayla

Dear Santa,
Thank you for my X-Box
360. This year for my
present I want a house.
Best Wishes,
Alexis

Dear Santa,
Thank you for presents. I
want a bike.
Best Wishes,
Devon

Dear Santa,
I love you. What I want
for Christmas this year is
X-Box 360. My best
present I want is a Wii,
that's all.
Best Wishes,
Emily

Dear Santa,
I like a fourwheeler.
Best Wishes,
Destiny

Dear Santa,
I want a car.
Best Wishes, Caleb

Dear Santa,
I like Santa Claus. I like


the reindeer too. I want a
present.
Best Wishes,
Za'hira


Dear Santa,
I want a toy train.
Best Wishes,
Christopher

Dear Santa,
I love you. I want a
laptop.
Best Wishes,
Autumn L.

Dear Santa,
I like to have a real, real,
real dinosaur.
Best Wishes,
Greg

Dear Santa,
Thank you for Christmas.
This year I really want a
baby doll and a bicycle.
Best Wishes,
Autumn M.

Dear Santa,
I love you. I want for
Christmas I want a dirt
bike.
Best Wishes, Dillon

Dear Santa,
I want an Optimus Prime
and a pillow pet.
Best Wishes,
Kristopher

Dear Santa,
I want X-box 360 and
dirt bike.
Best Wishes,
K'Nya

Dear Santa,
I would like a Barbie doll.
Best Wishes,
Ruthie

Dear Santa,
I like to have a bike.
Best Wishes,
Logan

Dear Santa,
I want Santa's sleigh, a
snowman, a bike and a
train for my presents.
Best Wishes,
Noel

Kim Mott
Kindergarten Teacher

Dear Santa,
I want to know how your
elves make presents.
Love,
Grant Baker

Dear Santa,
Thank you for the
present.
Love,
Jeremy Brodgon

Dear Santa,
I like to buy.
Love,
Annabelle Davidson

Dear Santa,
I'll have a dollhouse.
Love,
Maddie Carte

Dear Santa,
I'll have a pet.
Love,
Riley Carr

Dear Santa,
Is penguins running? Can
I get a monster truck.
Love,
Chase Gosford

Dear Santa,
I get him a present. A
red car. My kitty eats.
Love,
Joe Hewett

Dear Santa,
Can you get me a power
pet please. Can you get
me one and I will give
you money.
Love,
Trent Jarrell

Dear Santa,
I want a stove with a
coffee pot and a new
book bag.
Love, Tyler Landen

Dear Santa,
I like to Santa come to
my house. I love Santa.
Love,
Belen Maya-Mendoza

Dear Santa,


A mirror. A nintendo ds.
A microphone. A cat.
Love,
Tarynn O'Hara


Dear Santa,
I want a Barbie and a
Barbie car. I want a baby
doll and a car.
Love,
Annelis Rivera-Reveron

Dear Santa,
I want to know how
Rudolph is doing.
Love,
Randi Sasser

Dear Santa,
Can you bring a present
for me.
Love,
Dillon Savoie-Miller

Dear Santa,
I like a robot.
Love,
Alan Quintanilla-Chavez

Dear Santa,
I want my presents.
Love,
Nevaeh Walter

Dear Santa,
I want a skateboard.
I love you,
Eric Williams

Dear Santa,
I want a Barbie car and a
Barbie doll. I want a
horse and saddle.
Love,
Kyra Williamson

LISA GRAY,
KINDERGARTEN

Dear Santa,
I want a PSP, a bike, and
a DSI.
Love, Blayne Butler

Dear Santa,
I want a kitty, a castle,
and a movie.
Love, Teresa Calmo

Dear Santa,
I want a
Love, Ryan Dennard

Dear Santa,
I want a
Love, Gabriel Duran

Dear Santa,
I want a
Love, Ethan Harrell

Dear Santa,
I want a trampoline,
make-up, and a dress.
Love, Lyndsey Howard

Dear Santa,
I want a play station,
some make-up, and
Love, Kamryn Lee

Dear Santa,
I want a DSI, a PSP, and
a football.
Love, Trevion Milton

Dear Santa,
I want a
Love, Mile Mitidieri

Dear Santa,
I want a
Love, Jackson Parks

Dear Santa,
I want a PSP, some spy
gear, and a robot.
Love, Gabriel Rameriz

Dear Santa,
I want a
Love, Zionea Reid

Dear Santa,
I want a castle, a dress,
and a pink DSI.
Love, Ashley Ruiz-
Salazar

Dear Santa,
I want a dress, some
make-up, and spy gear.
Love, Yenni Sanjuan

Dear Santa,
I want a play station, a
DSI, and a Laptop
computer.
Love, Matrinez Shuler

Dear Santa,
I want a new DSI, the
movie G-Force, and a toy
Love, Dylan Stevens

Dear Santa,


I want a pink DSI, some
play make-up, and a
castle.
Love,
Rhiann Thompson


Dear Santa,
I want a DSI, a Barbie,
and a laptop computer.
Love, Isabel Thompson

Dear Santa,
I want a Barbie, a laptop,
and a bike.
Love, Abby Wingate

Dear Santa,
I want a
Love, Masson Woodham

Ms. Seale's Class

Dear Santa,
I want a Barbie House, a
puzzle and I want a
xylophone for Christmas.
I have been a good girl
this year.
Love, Brooklyn Alston

Dear Santa,
I want a robot , a Big
Foot, and a big truck for
Christmas. I have been a
good boy this year. Please
come see me.
Love, Jackson Baker

Dear Santa,
I want a dinosaur for
Christmas, and I want a
puzzle and a big truck for
Christmas. I have been a
good boy this year.
Love, Mitchell Berry

Dear Santa,
I want a Barbie for
Christmas and I want a
pumpkin basket and a
Bratz with the farm. I
have been a very, very
good girl. Please come see
me.
Love, Keara McGuffey

Dear Santa,
I would like a Princess
Barbie for Christmas. I
want a toy Christmas tree
to go in my room. I also
want a What Am I Game?
for Christmas. I have
been a sweet girl this
year. Please come to my
house.
Love, Katie Skeen

Dear Santa,
For Christmas I would
like an action figure and I
would also like a toy
sword. I do not want
anything else. I have been
a good boy this year.
Love,
Mica Rossignol

Dear Santa,
I want a guitar for
Christmas and I also want
a black skateboard.
Please, I want a monster
truck also. I have been a
good boy this year.
Love,
Jose Hernandez

Dear Santa,
There are 3 things that I
want for Christmas. First,
I want a toy dog. Next, I
want a toy horsey. Last, I
want a toy cat. I have
been trying to be a good
girl this year. Please come
to my house.
Love, Aryanna Morris


Dear Santa,
For Christmas I want a
candy cane and a stuffed
brown bear and a Barbie
doll. I have been a sweet
girl this year.
Love,
Madison Hofer

Dear Santa,
I want a yellow
skateboard for
Christmas. And I want a
basketball for Christmas.
Last, I want a race car
game for Christmas. I
have been a very good
boy. Please come see me.
Love, Tyreke Daniels

Dear Santa,
For Christmas I would
like a new green bike and
I would like a Barbie doll.
I also want a stuffed toy
bear for Christmas. I
have been a good girl so
please come to my house.
Love, Jasyl Fields

Dear Santa,
For Christmas I want a
ball and I want a blue
bike. I want 2 race cars.
I have been a good boy.
Love, Marquavious Owens

Dear Santa,
I want a surfboard for
Christmas and I want a
pool for Christmas. I
want a toy turtle to go in
my pool. I can play with it
not in the pool too.
Love, DJ

Dear Santa,
I want a Thomas train for
Christmas. Next, I want a
big toy car for Christmas.
Love, Zachary Carroll

Dear Santa,
For Christmas I want a
piano. I want a Spiderman
also. I also want a puzzle.
I have been a really good
boy this year. Please
come and see me at
Christmas.
Love,
J. C. Taylor-Leidy

Dear Santa,
I want a Justice League
game for Christmas. I
also want an Iron Man and
I want a comic book that
my daddy and I have
looked for and we could
not find it.
Love,
Hayden King

Dear Santa,
For Christmas I want a
flower and a wreath. I
also want the game of
Mario Galaxy. I have been
a very good girl this year.
Love,
Ashley Arreguin

Dear Santa,
I want a red bike for
Christmas and I want a
trampoline for Christmas.
I also want a fish tank
and some fish to go in it.
Love,
Toby Grant


Surrey Place

Care Center

A &//ad S HealthCARE Community


110 SE Lee Ave.,

Live Oak, FL

386-364-5961

(On the corner
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Letters to Santa


Dear Santa,
I want a puppy game for
Christmas. I want a
Barbie and I want a
computer. I have been a
good girl. Please come to
my house for Christmas.
Love, Kyra Castleberry

Dear Santa,
For Christmas I would
like a skateboard with
guitars on it. I also would
like for you to bring to
me a new desk that also
has guitars on it. One
more thing that I would
like for Christmas is a 4-
wheeler. Santa, I have
been a very good boy this
year. Please come and see
me on Christmas Eve.
Love, Caleb Pate

Mrs. Lewis'
Kindergarten Class

Dear Santa,
I love you. What are you
going to get people for
Christmas? We just have
a door to come in to my
house. I want a Barbie
doll, a pink one.
Love, Leyana Torres

Dear Santa,
I want a Ben Ten watch.
I liked taking my picture
with you.
Love, Trammell Lee

Dear Santa,
Thank you for taking our
pictures. I want a dog for
Christmas and a bear.
And a pocket purse too. I
like your reindeers. I
want an IPod touch. And
that's all.
Love, Gracyn Berry

Dear Santa,
I want a rock and roll
guitar and a motor bike
with a man and a remote
control. I like your elves
and I like your colorful
sled. I like you.
Love, Seth Kirby

Dear Santa,
I want a skateboard. I am
a good boy. I like your
sled.
Love, David Brown

Dear Santa,
I been a good girl. I want
lip gloss. I want a purse.
Love, Nikky Ayala

Dear Santa,
I want to ride on your
sled. I am good. I want a
guitar.
Love, Angelina Griffith

Dear Santa,
I want a toy Spy Guy. I
am on the "happy" list.
Love, Owen Jernigan

Dear Santa,
I want a bike for
Christmas. Santa, I been
a good girl.
Love, Bridget Daniels


Dear Santa,
I will give you a
motorcycle. I have been a
good girl. I want a Barbie
doll for Christmas.
Love, Rosa Ramirez

Dear Santa,
I want a Barbie airplane
and a watch. I been good
and my sister has not.
Love,
Paige Waters

Dear Santa,
I want a bike. I like you
Santa Claus.
Love,
Brandon Harrell

Dear Santa,
I want a toy car.
Love,
Jediah Mondragon

Dear Santa,
I wish you would hug me!
I want three things for
Christmas and it is a
American Girl doll, an
American Girl closet for
her clothes. I want the
ice skating set.
Love,
Nicky Fletcher

Dear Santa,
I want an IPod, a
skateboard and a bike.
Love,
Ben Koon

Dear Santa,
I want a dog in a purse
with a Barbie. I want a
bracelet.
I have been good this
year.
Love,
Allie Scarborough

Dear Santa,
I want a Spy Guy. I love
you.
Love,
Josh Meyers

Rhoda Crews,
Kindergarten

Dear Santa,
Can you tell me how fast
your shield goes? Please
bring me a
Barbie doll and her
clothes.
Love,
Madyson Anderson

Dear Santa,
Is there a Mrs. Claus?
Please bring me a guitar
and a new
pair of shoes.
Love,
Grayson Buckalew

Dear Santa,
Do you love me? I love
you! Please bring me a
baby doll and
all of the baby items.
Love,
Megan Carruthers

Dear Santa,
Do you feed your animals?
Please bring me a football
and a
horse puppet.
Love,
Bryon Chancey


Wishing you great happiness this
holiday and beyond.
Knowing you has made our lives brighter.
Thanks! We hope we have the pleasure


Dear Santa,
I would say, ?Yes Sir to
You?. Please bring me my
Mom an
d Dad.
Love,
Bryanna Harper

Dear Santa,
Can I please have
something for Christmas?
Please bring me a remote
car
and a monster truck.
Love,
Dain Jarrell

Dear Santa,
Can you jump rope?
Please bring me a baby
doll and a scooter.
Love,
Jovidica Jones

Dear Santa,
Do you have children?
Please bring me a race
car and a
monster truck.
Love,
O?Marion Jones

Dear Santa,
Do you like to play?
Please bring me a Barbie
doll and a
Make-up set.
Love,
Kaylee Keller

Dear Santa,
Can you tell me your age?
Please bring me a Barbie
doll
Glitter and a lap top
computer.
Love,
Kenzie Lang

Dear Santa,
How many elves do you
have? Please bring a
Mickey Mouse and
a monkey.
Love,
Brooke Lessard

Dear Santa,
What is your favorite
Food? Please bring me a
train and a
transformer.
Love,
Gabriel Montoya

Dear Santa,
I would like to play with
you? Please bring me a
unicorn and a Barbie doll.
Love,
Diane Napoleon

Dear Santa,
Do you like school?
Please bring me a train
and a motorcycle.
Love,
Troy Neugent

Dear Santa,
Does it rain at the North
Pole? Please bring me a
motorcycle
and a helmet.
Love,
Javari Smith

Dear Santa,
Do you visit all of the
children? Please bring me
a Barbie doll and
make-up.
Love,
Elizabeth Valencia

Dear Santa,
I love you! Please bring
me a motorcycle and a
dirt bike.
Love, Carter Voss

Dear Santa,
Does your elves get to
play? Please bring me a
Baby doll and
a dollhouse.
Love,
Gabriella Harrison

Dear Santa,
How fast does your
shield go? Please bring
me X-Box video
games and a Chris-Cross
crash car track.
Love, Dale Terrell

Shannon Daniel
Kindergarten

Dear Santa,
I have been very good.


I want a diamond heart
necklace.
Hope you come see me,
Stephanie Hasty


Dear Santa,
Will you come to my
house? I have tried to be
good. I would like
spy binoculars, that I can
use at night.
Preston Rogers

Dear Santa,
I have been really good
this year. Please bring
me a Barbie Doll. BE
careful Christmas day.
Lorenza Neria

Dear Santa,
I have been good. Please
bring me a new baby doll.
Lara Croft

Dear Santa,
I have been real good.
Please bring me a lot of
silly bands.
Ellie Cushman

Dear Santa,
I have been good. Will
you bring me a Spy
Camera, so I can spy on
people.
William Jerkins

Dear Santa,
I have been good. Can
you bring me a fast red
remote control car.
Josue Cuevas

Dear Santa,
I have been trying to be
good. Sometimes it is
hard. I would like a
talking spider man.
George Washington Cory

Dear Santa,
I have been good,
sometimes. Please bring
me an Ironman helmet.
Jacob Higginbotham

Dear Santa,
I have been especially
good. Please bring me a
little brown teddy bear.
Please be careful. Tell
Rudolph I said hello.
Alena Turner

Dear Santa,
I have been good. Please
bring me a BB Gun. I will
be careful with it.
Braxden Middleton

Dear Santa,
Please bring me a bike
and a Nerf gun.
Hunter Ratliff

Dear Santa,
I have been good. Please
bring me a black fast car.
Humberto Machaco

Dear Santa,
I have been a good boy. I
would like a big stuffed
Penguin with a baby
penguin.
Sammy Johnson

Dear Santa,
I have been good. I
would like a Toy Story
Lego pizza truck.
Seth Greaves

Mrs. Mandy Ramsey's
Kindergarten

Dear Santa,
I want a DS and movies.
Hunter Vann

Dear Santa,
I want a DS and a remote
control helicopter.
Austin Howard

Dear Santa,
I want cake and girl toys
for Christmas.
Paloma Castro

Dear Santa,
I love you. I want a police
car and soccer cleats.
Braxtyn Green

Dear Santa,
I want a gorilla and robot.
Destin Leitch

Dear Santa,
I want a coloring book
and big white truck.
Khyliq Williams

Dear Santa,
I want Barbie dolls and


clothes for them.
Grace Williams


Dear Santa,
I want a DS and a phone.
Brycorion Brown

Dear Santa,
I want a baby doll and a
stroller.
Ivy Powell

Dear Santa,
I want a train and a bear.
Jolette Preza

Dear Santa,
I want a DS and a Baby
Alive.
Katelyn Pettrey

Dear Santa,
I want Dora and a choo
choo train.
Kyla Schautz

Dear Santa,
I want a robot and a dairy
cow.
Francisco Alvarez

Dear Santa,
I want a Barbie and
princess dolls.
Lisha Patel

Dear Santa,
I want a power ranger
costume and a little toy
robot.
Caleb Linton

Dear Santa,
I want a toy robot and a
toy car.
Memphis Duff

Dear Santa,
I love you.
Mabel Ardilla

Amanda Parks,
First Grade

Dear Santa,
I want a gocar and x-box
three six games and I
want a bike.
Love Terrell

Dear santa,
First, I want a Bleng
Bleng medd fewshon.
Next, I want famous
treowmasch. Last, I want
a scotr
Love Peyton

Dear Santa,
I wat a guitar and a paper
jame and a wii.
Terrance

Dear Santa,
I love you Santa. I love
your presents Santa you
are the best Santa. I am
series and I will not
forget that Santa.
Love Faith

Dear Santa,
I want a Doll and a gogo
and a Blizzard maker. I
love Santa. I can't wait
until you climb down my
chimney.
Merry Christmas From
Hannah

Dear Santa I wat a Dudic.
I like to get a suabid an I
like to get a Shrufumu.
Joshua

Dear Santa,
I want babydoll stuff for
Christmas. And a bike for
Christmas. And makeup
for Christmas. And a
Barbie dream hose for
Christmas. Love Attison

Santa
A bike a batmam sant a
bhagon a car
Seth

Dear Santa,
I want 100 bakagon's for
crismis and a pupey for
crismis and tandfomrs
for crismis and som
pokemond's that is rel.
London

Dear Santa,
I want a bin ten gamin and
a scootr and go crt.
From Bryan

Dear Santa close
I wotid a big chransat.
Love Caleb


Dear Santa,
I want a pink bike and
clothes.
Ga'Terica


Dear Sahta,
I wat sqeakys a pogo
stick a video brbe.
Misty

Amy Williams, First
Grade

Dear Santa,
Santa plees give me a psp.
Santa plees give me a dsi.
Santa plees give me a ds.
Santa plees give me a
xbox 360 knet. Santa
give Timothy a wolit.
Santa give Coby a wolit.
Santa give Julio a umat
mostr. Santa give Blake
dsi and psp. Santa give my
nana gumball mshen and a
new tool.
Trent

Dear Santa, pies get me
gem in Get me brer in
get me ckubr.
Love
Julio

Dear Santa,
Can I please have
jewelry, lipstick, zho zho
pets and can you give my
mom a candl and a book.
Ho Ho Ho Mery Crismis.
Love
Georgia

Dear Santa,
I hope you will give my
family my brother wot an
togtom. I wait a DS and I
love you santa
From Jamerion

Dear Santa
Will you pis give me
makup. Will you plez giv
my mom makup. My dad
wounts a car.
Love
Lily

Dear Santa,
What I want to get my
Daddy is very special it is
Love and Tools and so
much more. And get my
mommy a new ring and get
her a computer. And get
my sister a sick baby
alive with mile medessin
water.
Love:
Emma

Dear santa,
I wut for crismis a dr
bike. And a ds for crism
and modsicl. My bruthr
want a modrsicl to.
Love
Ruben

Dear Santa,
I want you to give the
boys and girls toys to the
ones that don't have any.
Love
Gracie

Dear Santa,
Pley santa giv me jorey
any macup any prf room.
My mom wuts a noow car.
Love
Kylie

Dear Santa,
Pleace get me a truck.
Piece get me a car. Piece
get me a toy air plane.
Piece get me a dirt bike.
Love
Dalton

Dear Santa,
Pleas get me a we game
and ds and psp maryow
bother and my grandma
want a good sofa I only
whant three things. I
love you Santa
Love Layona

Dear Santa,
I hope yo get to come to
SPS to take pechrs with
all fo us at sps. I will have
to ask you for a forweir
leav it out sid and one for
mom and daddy.
Love
Keri

Dear Santa,
I wood like a shot gun for
crismis for my dad. Sum
nuclis and rengs for my
mom for crismis. I wood
like a tris for me.
Ho, ho, ho


Mason


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Letters to Santa


Dear Santa
I want a rifle. Some
tramformers, ds and wii
games. Some mackup for
my mom a DS for Grant.
Give my sister a Dora
song. Give my Dad some
shrts. Give my Nana a
shrt Give my Pap a gun.
Love
Kyler

Dear Santa
I lic the stuff last
crismis tis uir I wud lik
sum cocus an for my sisor
sum cats for mi mom to.
An mi dad a hat an me a
sottat an a case an a
bicycal halmit.
Love Blake

Mrs. Croucher
First Grade

Dear Santa,
This year I have Been
Good. Can I please have a
horse and a Barbie doll
and a dog? I have helped
my mama and a lapTop.
Love Blair Barnett

Dear Santa,
You're my freind. May I
please have some cool
toys this year. I have
been sharing my toys with
my sister.
Love Austen Nur.
PS: I live in Live Oak,
Florida

Dear Santa,
May i hav a Big remok u
cal car. I hav clen my
room every doy.
Last my name is Charles
Jennings.

Dear Santa,
This year I have listened
at school. May I please
have a puppy. My name is
Zamaria Granada. I live
in Liv Oak, Florda.

Dear Santa,
This year I have been
cleaning my room every
day. Please can I have
some cloas and something
for my brother a ipod.
Thank you
Syler Griffin

Dear Santa,
This year I have been
good my I have a bouncy
Ball and a Laptop. I clean
my room. I listen to my
teter.
Haiqa Masoodi

Dear Santa,
I have been good. May I
have a Rocken hours and
a bantgo ball and a toy
Kitten and a Borbey
computer and a Barbey
doll. My tetr name is
Mrs. Croucher from
Arizona.
Love Arizona Daughtry

Dear Santa
I have been good. Can I
get a peg buccosu. I have
clan the flors at my clas.
Steve Bivins

Dear Santa,
This year I have. May I
please grafomr moisic
Binggod ut scoiu from
Santa.
Zy'Terrian Cavanaugh


Dear Santa

This year I hav been
good. Can I please hav a
transform. I share tos
with my brother.
Luv
Dylan Wood

Dear Sant
I bin good. My toy I want
is a gaginnoed closus and
gagin and a lap top,
Please.
Kyle Roman

Mrs. Crowell's
1st grade class

Dear Santa,
How are you doin to day?
Please bring me a toy taxi
and bring me a game and


bring me a toy car.
Your friend,
Jackson Lawson


Dear Santa,
How big is Rudolf? And I
want a xbox 360. And a
wii in a box please. And a
DSI. I have tried to be
good.
Your friend,
Tony Perez

Dear Santa,
How is Rudolf at flying?
I have been good at home
all year. Pleas trie to
bring me some presents.
I want a PSP and boxing
gluves and a DSL.
Your friend,
Jimariai Brooks

Dear Santa,
How is Rudolf doing? I
have tryed my best to be
good. Pleas try to bring
me a dog. Pleas try to
bring me a cat. Pleas try
to bring me a book.
Your friend,
Page Henderson

Dear Santa,
How mene kids will you
bring toys to? I have
ben the goodest in my
howse. Mai you pleise
bring me a nail copier
and a new par uv bjamas
and a camrua and a new
par uv shoos and a new
box uv har bowis.
Your friend,
Sierra Underhill

Dear Santa,
How is the reindeer
doing? I bin good this
year. Plese try to cum to
my house. I want a teddy
dragin. And a DSI and a
barbe doll.
Your friend,
Rhiannon Avery

Dear Santa,
How tall are you? I do
not know. And please can
you give me a go cart and
a creepe craller maker
and a cotton cande maker
and I ben good.
Your friend,
Matthew Gill

Dear Santa,
Are your reindeer doing
good? I wont a big
transformer. And I wont
a nerf gun. And I wont a
Ironman.
Your friend,
Blake Elmore

Dear Santa,
How big is your slae? I
think I hav bin good this
yere. I want Bay Blades.
I want Star wars. I want
a soccer ball.
Your friend,
Tyson Musgrove

Dear Santa,
How is Rudolf flying? I
have tried to be very
good this year. Please try
to bring me these
presents. A cotton candy
maker, A popcorn maker,
Wii game-college II game.
Your friend,
Coby Campbell

Dear Santa,
How is Mrs. Claus doing?
I have tried to be good
Please try to bring me a
doll bring me a fone
bring me a fake horse
Your friend,
Heaven Perkins

Dear Santa,
How is Mrs Clos Im the
goodist kid in my haous
Santa I want a minee dirt
bike and a creepee croler
maker and a bebe gun
Your friend,
Scotty Sasser

Dear Santa,
How is Mrs Clos doowing
Santa I beyn good and
plees bring me these
things I wont for
Crismis I wont a
futboll game and a
helicopter and a monster
truck plees
Your friend,
Tyionta Sellers

Dear Santa,


How is Rudolf doing? I
have tried my best to be
good this year Pleas
bring me a minee dirt


bike and a creepecrolr
and a x box
Your friend,
Angel Baltazar

Dear Santa,
How is Miss Clos doing?
I have tried to be graet
this year. Please try to
bring me these presets.
Please bring me. The
candy jealry light and a
snow-bord and my too
frunt teeth!!!!
Love,
Rebecca Gaither

Dear Santa,
Can you bring me a sled?
I will be good I will do
anything for you Santa
How is Rudolf? I tried
my best to be good Santa
Can you bring me a bike
and a laptop?
Your friend,
Nyjahlay Baker

Dear Santa,
How is Rudolf? I think
it hasint bin going good
with Rudolf I hope he is
OK I hav ben good a
vere good girol So it has
bin a vere good year to
So win it is Ckrismus I
want for Ckrismus a ipod
I want Selena Gomez
makeup I want a video
camera I love you Santa
Closs.
Love,
Desarae Crossno

First Grade,
Mrs. Ragan's Class

Dear Santa,
I have been a very good
boy this year. I would
like a new "Lego Star
Wars, the Calm Wars
Game, and a Wiii. I will
leave you some milk and
cookies.
Love, Jesse Blackburn

Dear Santa,
I want a new bike and I
want a new Iron Man.
And I want some new play
dough.
Love, Charles Pate

Dear Santa,
I have been a very good
boy. I would like two
puppies, and two DSXL's,
and three DSIXL's. I will
leave you some milk and
cookies.
Love, Alonso Quiterio

Dear Santa,
I want a new doll. I want
a new pony and I want
new silly bands.
Love, Emily Mercer

Dear Santa,
I have been a good boy
this year. I would like a
new DS, and a bat mobile
and new books. I will
leave you some cupcakes.
Love, Joshua Parsons

Dear Santa,
I have been a very good
girl this year. I would
like a laptop, a Barbie,
and a Barbie house.
Love, Kersten Dye

Dear Santa,
I have been a very good
boy this year. I would
like a new DSI and a bike.
I will leave you some milk
and cookies.
Love, Irwin Montoya

Dear Santa,
I have been a good girl
this year. I would like
Disney passes, a bubble
gum factory, and a Barbie
home. I will leave you a
gingerbread village.
Love, Nellie Lamb

Dear Santa,
I have been a very good
boy this year. I would like
a new batman mobile, a
dragon, and three new
batmen. I will leave you
some milk and cookies.
Love,
Colt Causey

Dear Santa,


I have been a very good
boy this year. I would like
a new McDonald's toy.
Love, Bryan Gonzalez


Dear Santa,
I have been a very good
girl this year. I would like
a new DS, and I would like
a wii and a video camera
and an ipod.
Love, Layla Marsh

Dear Santa,
I have been a very good
girl this year. I would
like a new computer, a
bop- It, and an ipod.
I will leave you some milk
and cookies.
Love D'Mia Polite

Dear Santa,
I have been a very good
girl this year. I would like
a laptop, Barbie Doll, and
Barbie Dress. I will leave
you some milk and
cookies. I love you!
Love, Haley Smythe

Dear Santa,
I have been a good girl. I
want a popcorn set for
Christmas. I want a video
camera too.
Love, Hannah McLeod

Dear Santa,
I have been a very good
boy this year. I want a
rocket and a joker hide-
out and a batman car.
Love, Juan Uribe

Dear Santa,
I Love you Santa. I will
leave you some cookies
and milk and I've been a
good girl. I love you so
much.
Love, Mya Westberry

Dear Santa,
I have been a very good
boy. I want a DS. I will
leave some cookies for
you.
Love, Ja'One Vernon

Jennifer Wooley,
First Grade

Dear Santa,
I would like 1 bacuan.
Next, I would like a dog.
Last, I would like a DSI
XI. PLEASE!
Love, David Esco

Dear Santa,
I want a Justin Biebier
CD..
I want a bike.
Happe, Merry Christmas.
Love,
Almahriyin Roberts

Dear Santa,
I wood like a Bacugoun
and the White Ranger
and all the Mistic Forst
Rangers. Mary Christmas.
Love,
TJ Douglas

Dear Santa,
Pies bring me Joker's
House.
Next, I pad touch,
Last, DS.
Love,
Jeremy Giddens

Dear Santa,
I pies wut a X-Box 360.
A box of Bacugons and a
Halo game pies Santa.
Love,
Levi Rollison

Dear Santa,
I wode like a I pod tuch.
Next, I wode like a kid
snuge.
Last, I wode like a Big
Pet Shop.
Love,
Bridget Hemphill Thank
you

Dear Santa,
Merry Christmst. I wish
you would bring me
Thomas the Tank Enigin
viedo game and a watch
and a laptop.
Love,
Thomas Lashley
ho ho ho

Dear Santa,
Slippers, phone, Justin
Bieber CD Player, Song
Baby. I pod tush, toy
playtoy, Barbie doll, 3D
DS, shooz, hiy pilo pet.


Love,
Brooklyn Bell
Marry Chrismus
Happy Holiday Santa


Dear Santa,
Justin Bieber CD Baby.
Ho ho ho.
Love,
Abby Seasholtz

Dear Santa,
I want a X-Box 360 and I
want a bacugan video
game. Merry Christmas.
Ho ho ho.
Love,
Jose Teptetate

Dear Santa,
I wode like from you a
snuggle and slippers and a
I pod touch.
Love,
Tyra
Ho! Ho! Ho!

Dear Santa,
I would like littlest pet
shop from you. I would
like a box of horses. I
would like a DS. Good
luck.
Love,
Jaydan Danley

Dear Santa,
I want a Justin Bieber
CD. I want a Barbie. I
want a Justin Bieber
postr.
Love,
Kazlee Rodriguez
Mare Christmas

Dear Santa,
I would like some ted
bear. I would like a
ballerina. Merry
Christmas. HO-ho-ho!
Love,
Christina Taylor

Dear Santa,
Happy Merry Christmas. I
want a DVD, Bakugan,
Transformer, and Hot
Wheels,.
Love,
Angel Pena

Ms. Copland's
1st Grade

Dear Santa,
I wot a red jacket. I wot
a pet dog. I wot a black
pet dog.
I love you,
Ytzel

Dear Santa,
How does your ran dees
fly? Please give me a
bageon.
I Love you,
Jared

Dear Santa,
How does you on lock the
door at night? Can you
get something for
Cremas? Plep I waet a
bike
I Love you,
Niya

Dear Santa,
Do you have a hat? Hal
dear git sevf in the hales.
I wat a pink barbee.
I Love you,
Selina


Dear Santa,
Why does you have a
bred? First I want a
game. So I can play my
games so I can play it
some times. Next, I want
a bike so I can ride
around. Last, I want a
Backgun. So I can Badle
pelpeles.
Sincerely,
Malik

Dear Santa,
Do you jrienk egg nog?
May you pies give me
three things Santa? Can
you pies get me a pup?
Can you pies make me a
pink ires? Can you pies
make me a Brats Gile
doll?
I Love you,
Cadey

Dear Santa,
How can you give all those
presents in one niht. Can
you pleas give me a
present. First, I want a
cop car you can ride in.
Next, a cop play set. Last,
a cop suit and I love you.
Sincerely,
Braeden

Dear Santa,
Why does Santa has a
long long bred? First, I
whant a DSI with a gam
in it with a case in it too.
Next, I whant a baby doll.
Last, I whant a kichin.
Love,
Jaime

Dear Santa,
How does your render
fliy? May I have a presit
pies? First, I wot a pink
bik. Next, I wot a pink
sckodr. Last, I wot a Jest
Born Puppey.
Sincerely,
Rebecca

Dear Santa,
How do your sled fly?
Santa can you give me a
preset? I want it green.
Next, I want a dog becus
it is fluffy. Last, I want a
Rian Deer becus it can
fly. In culooshen, that
why I want a preset from
Santa.
Love,
D'Andre

Dear Santa,
I want to now how your
rain deers fly? I want dog
tags that say sixonw nine.
I want Smack Down vs.
Raw 2011 for the x box
360. I want a camo BB
Gun. I want reslen men. I
want dog toys for my dog.
I want a steel cage for
my reslen men.
Sincerely, Brandon

Dear Santa,
How does your ranbers
fliy? First, he gievs his
Ranbers Majik. Next,
Santa pies giva me three
press. I wat a game and
a ball. Last, I want a baik.
Sincerley,
Jessie


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Letters to Santa


Dear Santa,
How do you deliver all those
presents? Please bring me
present. First, want a
birbie doll. Next, I want a
stuft Bull. Last, I want a
stuft horse.
Love,
Layne

Dear Santa,
How does your Randar
fliy? Frst, I want a
Nordan Fiynirnish helmet
so I can play football at
my hawls. Next, I want a
colig football so I can
play football with my Dad.
Last, I like a baseball so
me and my Dad can hath
and a basket ball.
Sincerely,
Jace

Dear Santa,
How do your randir fliye?
First, I wood like a hors.
Next, Santa can I hav a
Dinsor. Last, I love you.
I love you,
Sara

Kecia Robinson,
First Grade

Dear Santa, I have tried
to be good all year. For
Chrismas, I would like an
XBOX 360, a monster
truck and a Mario Bros.
game for the Wii. Love,
Chasey Belmont

Dear Santa, I have tried
to be good all year. For
Christmas, I would like
MySims SkyHeroes,
Mighty Beanz and Creepy
Crawlers. Love, Wyatt
Burns

Dear Santa, I have tried
to be good all year. For
Christmas, I would like an
MP3 player, a DS and a
Wii. Love, Trent Dennard

Dear Santa, I have tried
to be good all year. For
Christmas, I would like a
babydoll and a doll house
and a ball. Love, Kassie
Foley

Dear Santa, I have tried
to be good all year. For
Christmas, I would like a
Nerf Gun, a basketball
hoop and a monster truck.
Thank you. Love, Zachery
Jones

Dear Santa, I have tried
to be good all year. For
Christmas, I would like a
babydoll. Love, Jaden
McRoberts

Dear Santa, I have tried
to be good all year. For
Christmas, I would like a
Bakugan, Bey Blades and a
Super Duper Ball. Love,
Deshaun Moore

Dear Santa, I have tried
to be good all year. For
Christmas, I would like a
ball and a doll. Love,
Maria Romulo

Dear Santa, I have tried
to be good all year. For
Christmas, I would like
Silly Bands, a puppy and a
coloring book. Love, Julie
Romulo

Dear Santa, I have tried
to be good all year. For
Christmas, I would like a
Moxie Girlz. Love, Tara
Slone

Dear Santa, I have tried
to be good all year. For
Christmas, I would like 12
toys, a bike and a
skateboard. Love, Logan
Spitzer


Dear Santa, I have tried
to be good all year. For
Christmas, I would like a
babydoll, an American
Girl and a dress. Love,
Dai'sha Thompkins

Dear Santa, I have tried
to be good all year. For
Christmas, I would like a
babydoll, a guitar, a
Moxie Girlz, a toy clock, a
race car, a Bakugan and a
calculator. Love,
Mekhiyale Tooten

Dear Santa, I have tried
to be good all year. For
Christmas, I would like
some games, Bakugans
and some board games.
Love, Javen Voiles

Dear Santa, I have tried
to be good all year. For
Christmas, I would like a
doll and a playhouse. Love,
Natalia Wooley

Kelli Williams,
First Grade

Dear Santa Claus,
What I want for
Christmas is a bick min is
barock. I want a map min
is ript. I want a wii for
Christmas.
Love,
Jessica Hasty

Dear Santa Claus,
for Christmas I want a
DS. they are fun. I want
a PSP they play all cinds
of difrint games. I want
a new skueder myn is
brocine. oh and how are
the deer.
Love, Garrett Sims

Dear Santa Claus,
Please give me muny. i
ony have 3 daller. i want
a scooter their fast i
want a psp i don't have
one. i want a game i ony
have 3 i want Mario vs
donkey cong pokymon
legoe hary poter lego
indyanu jowns.
Love, Jonathan Pope

Dear Santa claws,
Please git mea New socr
dall my socr dall is lost so
i wunt a nuther one.
Nexest I wunt a new nrf
gun wel my other one gits
boolits stuc in it. Last I
wunt a new punching bag
it is los to. haw are you
misis clas. and i like you
santa.
Love,
Tyson Green

Dear Santa. Claus
I want for Christmas a go
go my wacin pup my is
brock. A DS or PSP. my
is ond moxt girls I cat
find it
Love,
Jade Denny

Dear Santa Claus,
how are the raiders. I
want a go go wak pup. I
want a woke toke. I want
moxt girls.
Love,
Amaya Temple

Dear Santa Claus.
I want a fourwleo. I want
a DS. I want a DSi.
Desmond Hannah

Dear Santa Claus,
Can I please Have a
barbey doll minn is torn
up Santa Claus can I
Have a now paer of close
minn are to little. Santa
Claus can I Have more
gorey (jewelry) minn are
lost. Santa Claus please
can I pet your reindeer.
Love,
Gracelynn Horne


Dear Santa Claus,
I want for Christmas a
horse and a clock and a
makeup please. I can ride
on the horse
Love,
Shamira Mendoza

Dear Santa Claus,
I want a game boy mine is
brokine. I want a bike
mine is rusted. I want a
dsi I don't have one.
Santa Claus how are your
reindeer.
Love,
Emily Bowen

Dear Santa Claus,
I would like a skate bourd
I could practice on it. I
would like a Dsi I could
play games on it. I would
like a new bike mine is
rusted. How is Mrs. Claus
doing?
Love,
Paige Smith

Dear Santa Claus,
can I Please Have a
mushgun and a xbox360
and a toy shotgun and can
you give misis clas a hug.
Love,
Brenden Jordan

Dear Santa claus
I want a dog mi old. I
want a wii.
Love,
Drasean Washington

Dear Santa
I wut sum lis for my hos
then I wut som snoflax
Love,
Michael Smith

Santa,
I wot a nrfgon.
Love,
Raul Howard

Dear Santa Claus,
I want a wii. I do not hav
gamse. I want a xbox i
want a lot of gamse I
want a toy to.
Love,
Maddox

Kelly Driggers',
First Grade

Dear Santa,
I am 6. I am good. I want
a Barbie. How is Rudolph?
Miyonna Bellamy

Dear Santa,
I hape my mom at home.
I'm 7 yirs old. I want a
paintball gon. I want a
trampoline. I want a dirt
bick. I want a bouncey
house. I want a
forewheeler. Santa how
old are you?
Trace Berry

Dear Santa,
I am doweg good Santa. I
want a PSP. How is
Rudolph?
Trenna Burkett

Dear Santa,
I am 6. I am gud. I want
video game. I want DSI. I
want trampoline. I want a
4-wheeler. I want I-Pod
Touch. I want a Barbie
house.
Geniyah Fort

Dear Santa,
I am seven years old. I
want a trampoline. Are
you doing good? Love
you.
Nikyra Freeman

Dear Santa,
I am good. I want a
Barbie house. I want a
Wii. Hal is Rudolph?
Taylor Fullbright

Dear Santa,
I bean really good. I want
a monster truck for
Chrismis and a teddy
bear. Santa Claus how
long is your beard?
Santa how is Mrs. Claus
doing?
Brentson McCall

Dear Santa,
I am 6. I want a
motrsicol. I want a drt


bike. I want a bik with
pegs. I want a pla stasnin
treey. I want a tramplen.
I want a solscate. Hao is


rooduf?
Will Norman

Dear Santa,
I ben good Santa. I want
a DS. How do your
reindeer maid their feet
to fly?
Axel Rivera

Dear Santa,
I have been so good. I am
six years old. I want a PSP
and a 4 wheeler. I want a
Wii game. I want a
monster truk. How is
Rudolph?
Tyson Robinson

Dear Santa,
I like to play with my
Hulk. I want a game, a
play station 2, a big toy, a
guitar, a little truck, a
little motorcycle toy, a
video game. Santa are you
my friend?
Miguel SanJuan

Dear Santa,
I have ben good Santa. I
want an I-Pod Touch and
a trampoline and a
monster truck and some
scroo jrivrs. How's
Rudolph Santa?
Hayden Swartz

Dear Santa,
I have been a good girl
Santa. I am six. I want a
Barbie airplane and a
Barbie 3 story house.
Also I want a video
camra, boncey casul. Also
a I-Pad. How is Rudolph
doing?
Caroline Simpson

Dear Santa,
I bin good. I want a noow
bick. And a noo dirt bick.
And I want a noow laptop.
And I want a noow Wii. I
want a noow I-pod Touch.
And I want a noow calidr.
Do you fliy?
Emma Taylor

Dear Santa,
I have blue eiyes. I am 6-
six. I want a 4 wheeler. I
want a Wii. How are you
doing Santa?
Trenton Thomas

Kim Wilkerson,
First Grade

Dear Santa,
I want a ds. I
want a psp. I want a
phone. I want a ipad. I
want a ipod touch. I want
a body alive. I want some
gloves. I want a play
station 2. I want a xbox
360. I want some
cristmas books. I want a
cristmas movie. I belive in
you Santa. I will always
count on you.
Paris Hall

Dear Santa,
I want a phone. I want a
ds ixl and a phone and a
psp. A bycle and some
money to and some Gooci
and Ipod touch.
Jaden

Dear Santa,
I want a bunch al stuf I
want modrstkle I want u
mud truck I want gorf
cort I want tuff truck
Tyler

Dear Santa,
I want a dog Santa. I
want a fastball Santa. I
want a NiF Santa. I want
a tos Santa.
David

Dear Santa,
May you get me a bottle
of bubbles and big foot
and a clown and a
bissickle and a toy swords
and a toy erwow and a
remoetable airplain
Gabriel

Dear Santa,
I wont games. I wont a
tae set. I wont a
comepooter. I wont a
stickers. I wont a mocer
board. I wont a jres. I
wont a neckliss. I wont


new shos. I wont new
violin. I wont a big Bisicel.
I wont a new Book Bag. I
wont a new Forder. I


wont a new jakit. I wont
Books. I wont a new
Room. I wont a new
micdonol set.
Nyla

Dear Santa,
I wunt a IPid. I wunt a
Dest. More toy Thin one.
Can I get a lot uv Toy. I
want make up I Bin good I
want a pesp I want a doll
I want a BorBy I want a
Bick
Kenya

Dear Santa,
I want a pashn and a nerf.
I want a chan I want a x
bos. I want a x bos Three
360. I want a pasd Shn. I
want a ds.
Blake

Dear Santa,
I wat a toy I wat a Ber I
wat a Book I wat a Ball I
wat Club has I wt a Fon
I wat a compuees
Aremy

Dear Santa,
Can you get me a pest I
wut a Babe What has a
BaB DI I wnt a Babe dall
a I wat a my on come
Pooter
Destiny

Dear Santa,
I want a Bik. I want a toy
Gun. I want a lot of Super
Hiros. I want a Spidre-
Man. I want a yellow car.
I want a Truck. I want
now shos. I want now close.
I want a Trus-Farm. I
want a for Willr. I want a
Game. I want a istrmt. I
want a Soccr Soy. I want
a woch. I want a Sokr
ball. I want a ship. I want
a RoBot. I want a
Costome. I want a Puzl. I
want a DS.
Jabari


Mrs. Marvette Gwinn's
First Grade Class

Dear Santa,
Please bring me two
things for Christmas.
First, I want a north
stampede. It shoots up
to 30 feet.
Second, bring me a fun
Christmas.
Tell Ms. Santa Claus I
said hello.
Love,
Keagan Gamble

Dear Santa,
Please bring me three
things for Christmas.
First, I want a pink pig.
Second, I want mackup. I
want black ilinr.
Third, I want a fish and
ran dir.
Tell Mrs. Santa I said
hello. Thank you
dir Santa.
Love,
Caitlin Coffman

Dear Santa,
Please bring me three
things for Christmas.
First, I want jewelry. I
want necklaces, rings and
earrings. Please!
Second, I want make-up!
I want lipstick, eye linner
and eye shadoe.
Third, I want moxie girls
and a stamp style and a
net book. Please!
I wash the dishes and
water all the plants.
I won speed math in my
class!
Love, V'Kaylynn Ward

Dear Santa,
I would like a stamped
which is a nerf gun.
Second, I would like a
DSI XL.
Third, I need a tool box
to help beld a bird house.
I have a puppy. I have
been taking good care of
it. How is Mrs. Santa
doing?
Love,
Gabriel Hansen-Jackson

Dear Santa,
I would like three things


for Christmas.
First, bring me a zoo zoo
pet. I want a little
hamster.


Second, bring me an ez
baker oven. Third, bring
me a make up set. I was
Student of the Week.
Tell your randdrs hello
and your elvs.
Love, Patrice Scott

Dear Santa,
Please bring me three
things for Christmas.
First, I want a DS with
games. Like batman and
Robin. Second, bring me
spider man and Ncredbl
Hulk! Third, I want a
nerth blaster PS60!
Where is Rudolph?
Love,
Ethan Mercer

Dear Santa,
Please bring me three
things for Christmas.
First, bring me the new
Smack Down vs Raw 2011.
Make it featuring Nxt.
Second, bring me an
action figure of MIZ.
Make his attire red.
Third, get me a Droid
touch with down loaded
Internet.
I'll leave a cookie for you.
Love,
Derrick Douglas

Dear Santa,
Please bring me three
things for Christmas.
I would like a go go my
walk pup.
Second, I would like a
swim to me pupy!
Third, I would like a DS.
I have been good all
Sunday.
I want to know what you
look like.
Love,
Jinna Hodge

Dear Santa,
I would like three things
for Christmas.
First, I want a pirit ship
with a jelee fish on it.
Second, I want a
transtsformr named the
original bumblebee.
Third, I want a bow and
erow set with the erows.
I will be good. I promise!
I won the spelling bee
last week!
Be careful while flying
your sleigh.
Love, Herbie Hutchison

Dear Santa,
Please bring me three
things for Christmas.
First, I would like a purple
chair.
Second, bring me a doll
that walks.
Third, bring me a TV for
my famley.
Tel the Elf I said hello. I
have been nice every day
at home.
Love, Hannah Marlowe

Dear Santa,
Please bring me three
things for Christmas.
First, bring me a new doll.
I would like a brown one.
Second, bring me a new
picture of my family. I
want it at the Garden
party.
Third, I need a new room.
I would like it blue and
red.
I am a good girl! I love
you! Do you have a
question for me?
Love,
Laila Powe

Dear Santa,
Please bring me two
things for Christmas.
First, bring me a ez bake
oven that cooks brownies.
Second, bring me a blue
ipod.
I help my mom with
cooking jin bred cookies.
Tell the elves I said hi.
Love,
Gracie Townsend

Dear Santa,
Please bring me three
things for Christmas.
First, I want a soft bear.
Second, I want a a book
uv animals.
Third, I want a toy box.
I am good at school. I am


lesnin to the teacher. Be
careful with the deer.
Love,
Katherine Gonzalez


from

Duncan Tire & Auto
. 970 Hamillon Ave. NE
....2. 36 2 -4 74 316
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Dear Santa,
Please bring me three
things for Christmas.
Bring me legos.
Second, I want new bug
toys.
Third, I like new
tyrannosaurs rex toys.
I want to see Rudolph.
Love,
Nicholas Skinner

Dear Santa,
Please bring me three
things for Christmas.
First, bring me a new toy
truck.
Second, bring me a new
toy car.
I will be happy when I get
my presents.
Love,
Reggie
Weatherspoon

Dear Santa,
Please bring me three
things for Christmas.
First, bring me a brown
microfone. I like to sing.
Second, bring me a VI
game.
Third, bring me a toy
truck.
I am a good boy. I help
my brother clean up his
room.
Love,
Nicholas Wilkerson

Mrs. Michele Turman's
First Grade Class

Dear Santa,
I have been a good girl. I
want a little bit from you.
I want a scooter. I want a
bunch of silly bands. I
want a charm necklace.
Love, Lauren

Dear Santa,
I have been a good girl
this year. I would like a
pink dsi, a t.v., a bike, and
a fake kitchen, a pink
camera, a pink video
camera, a flag phone that
is red, white, and blue. I
will leave you some milk
and cookies. Love, Olivia
Grace Johnson

Dear Santa,
I want a Ds for
Christmas. I want a pet
dog. I want a pet cat.
Love, Chloe Robinson

Dear Santa,
I have been a very good
boy this year. I want a
new x box, three new x
boxes, and I want new
toys. I will leave you
some milk. Love, Devin
Ogles

Dear Santa,
I have been a very good
boy this year. I would
like a PSP, a Dsi, a Ds. I
will leave you some milk
and cookies. Love, Ronnie
Yawn

Dear Santa,
I have been a very good
girl this year. I would
like a real horse, a new
doll, and three new books.
I will leave you some milk
and cookies. Love Sadira
Mendoza

Dear Santa,
I have been a very good
girl this year. I would
like a guitar this year so
I will get it this year and
a big foot must , and a
dirt bike like I had. I will
leave you some milk and
cookies. Love, Destiny
Yaun

Dear Santa,
I have been a very good
boy. Can I have a Xbox
360? Can I have a dump
truck? I will leave you
some milk and cookies.
Love, Collin Reed

Dear Santa,
I have been a good boy
this year. I would like a
new X Box 360 30053
and golf cart. I will leave
you some milk and
cookies. Love, Jax Ramos


Dear Santa,
I have been a very good
boy this year. I would
like a new PSP and DSI


and Legos. Love, Omar

Dear Santa,
I have been a good boy in
school. I will make you
some cookies and milk. I
want a Optimus Prime, a
Buzz Lightyear, and a
War Machine. Love,
Ka'Ree Pate

Dear Santa,
I have been a very good
girl this year. I would
like a Santa, a pet cat,
and a dog. Love, Yolanda

Dear Santa,
I have been a very good
boy this year. I would
like ten Nintendo Ds's and
a remote controlled flying
helicopter. I will leave
you milk and cookies.
Love, Chris

Dear Santa,
I have been a very good
girl this year. I would
like a DS, a guitar, a
sweater, and 6 cakes. I
will leave you milk and
cookies. Love, Kaci Ogles

Mrs. Greaves,
First Grade

Dear Santa,
I would like three things
for Christmas. First, I
would like a phone. Next,
I would like a toy car.
Last, I would like a game.
In conclusion, I love you
Santa.
From: Kadin Allen

Dear Santa,
I would like three things
for Christmas. First, I
would like a DSi. Next, I
would like a toy car. Last,
I would like a bike. In
conclusion, thank you for
giving us toys.
From: Logan Altemose


Dear Santa,
I would like
three things for
Christmas. First, I would
like a trampoline. Next, I
would like a new bike.
Last, I would like a car.
In conclusion, I like
Christmas.
From: Merilin Castro

Dear Santa,
I would like three things
for Christmas. First, I
would like make up. Next,
I would like shoes. Last,
I would like clothes. In
conclusion, thank you for
all of the presents.
From: Taylor Clayton

Dear Santa,
I would like
three things for
Christmas. First, I would
like a DSI, because it is
awesome. Next, I would
like a motorcycle,
because it is so much fun.
Last, I would like a zoo
zoo pet. In conclusion, I
love you Santa.
From: Brooklyn Deas

Dear Santa,
I would like three things
for Christmas. First, I
would like an XBOX 360,
because they are great.
Next, I would like a little
toy car, because it is so
great. Last, I would like
a driving car, because it
is so great. In conclusion,
I like Santa.
From: Christopher Joyner

Dear Santa,
I would like
three things for
Christmas. First, I would
like drums. Next, I would
like games. Last, I would
like an XBOX 360. In
conclusion, Christmas is
fun.
From: Tyler Mantay

Dear Santa,
I would like three things
for Christmas. First, I
would like a DSi. Next, I
would like a four wheeler.


Last, I would like a baby
doll that can talk. In
conclusion, thank you for
my gifts.
From: Aaliyah McCullen


'Dear Santa,
I would like three things
for Christmas. First, I
would like a Bugatti.
Next, I would like a four
wheeler. Last, I would
like a train track. In
conclusion, thank you for
my gifts.
From: Christopher
Mirucki

Dear Santa,
I would like three things
for Christmas. First, I
would like a pool. Next, I
would like a computer.
Last, I would like a bike.
In conclusion, Santa is
special.
From: Akiyah Perez

Dear Santa,
I would like three things
for Christmas. First, I
would like a XBOX 360.
Next, I would like a play
station 4. Last, I would
like a wii. In conclusion,
thank you for my gifts.
From: Jacobe Roberts

Dear Santa,
I would like three things
for Christmas. First, I
would like a TV. Next, I
would like a PSP. Last, I
would like a DS. In
conclusion, thank you for
all of the presents Santa.
From: Macy Santangelo

Dear Santa,
I would like three things
for Christmas. First, I
would like presents.
Next, I would like a DS.
Last, I would like toys.
In conclusion, Santa is my
friend.
From: Daijanae Smith

Dear Santa,
I would like three things
for Christmas. First, I
would like a toy car.
Next, I would like a train.
Last, I would like a ball.
In conclusion, Thank You
for my presents.
From: Tristan Walters

Dear Santa,
I would like three things
for Christmas. First, I
would like a phone. Next,
I would like a TV. Last, I
would like a wii. In
conclusion, Arien likes
Santa.
From: Arien Winding

Mrs. McCullers' class
First Grade

Dear Santa,
I want 3 things four
Christmas. First, I want
bakdgons 4 Chrismas. I
am goo clet them. Next,
I want a bakugon bick 4
Chrismas. I am goo to rid
it. Last, I want a dog 4
Christmas. I am goo to
pla with the dog.
Love, Jose

Dear Santa,
I would like three things
for Christmas. First, I
want a ds. I can play
games with it. Next, I
want a ipod. I can liten to
songs on it. Last, I want a
barbe that lits up. I am
going to play with it.
Love, Kendall Simpkins

Dear Santa,
I can tell you three
things that I want to
Christmas. First, I want
a notendods. I am going
to play games. Next, I
want a bike. I need a
nothor one. Last, I want
a carma so I can take
pitchers.
Love, Tamyia

Dear Santa,
I would like three things
for Christmas. First, I
would like a DS. I will
play with it. Next, I
would like a toy cat. I
can play with it. Last, I
would like a nuthr bike. I
can ride it.
Love, Emilie

Dear Santa,


All I whant is three little
things. First, I whant a 3
karit gold neclis. The last
one you got me broce.


Next, I whant for my
mom to cepe the noo dog.
It is the niceist dog I
ever saw. Last, I whant
the dest Cistmas ever
this year.
Love, Sophia

Dear Santa,
I wil tall three thg I wut
for Christmas. First, I
wut a subr. I wll rit is.
Next, I wut a bike. I will
rit is. Last, I wut a Psi. I
wil play gams.
Love, Caleb H.

Dear Santa,
I gono tell three things I
wot for Christmas. First,
I wot a Bakoogon. I will
celet thim. Next, I wot a
cat. I will take cear of it.
I will play with it. Last, I
wot a toy car. I will play
with it.
Love, Alexander
I love santa

I can tell you two thing I
want for Chritmas. I
want a NERF. I want to
play with it brother with
my. I want a dog. I want
to play my dog and wolk
my dog. I want a wallt. I
will put money and save
some ans see how many I
got.
Love, Jearld

Dear Santa,
I would like two things
for Christmas Sant. I
houp I* have been a good
girl. First, I would like a
meay ibod. I will lisin to
music all day long. Next,
I would like my two front
teeth. I till eat with
them.
Love, Kamdyn

Dear Santa,
I want three things for
Christmas. First, I want
MP3.
Nex, I want a DS. Last, I
want boots.
Love, Ta'Kendra

Dear Sata,
I want two things for
Christmas. First, I want
a DSi. I will play games.
Next, I want a ipod. I
will play games on it. I
been a good boy.
Love, Jakob

Dear Santa,
I can tell you two things I
want for Chrismas. First,
I want an ipod. I can
liisen to songs on it.
Next, I want my new
tooty. I want it to brow
faster and so I can have
grown up teeth. I will
leave some milk ans
cookies.
Love, Alex Descarreaux

Dear Santa,
I can tell you two things I
wunt for Chritmas. First,
I want an alarm clock. I
wunt to wek up very rlee.
Next, I wunt a big book.
Becus I wunt to Irn. I am
being good little girl.
Love, Emily

Dear Santa,
I want three things for
Christmas. First, I want
a toy van. My dad has
one. Next, I want
Bakoogons. They are
cool. Last, I want a mini
ipod. I will play games on
it.
Love, Robert

Dear Santa,
I can tell you three
things I what for
Christmas. First, would
you give me a DSi. Next
I want a noow bink. I will
ride. Last, I wat a xbox
360. I will play with it.
Love, Aaron

Dear Saanta,
I wot f Christhmas.
First, I wor a forwir.
Next, I wot a ipip. Last,
I wot a fon.
Love Austin


Dear Sant,
I can tell you two things
for Christmas. First, I
wot a ipod for Christmas.


I well lisn to most.
Next, I wot a brbdoll
that have wengs. I will
play with it. I well lefe
some cookes and mlek.
Love, Rachel

Mrs. Pagliai's First
Grade Class

Dear santa, you are the
best man in the hol world.
Thanck you for all or
presers. Dear Santa, I
whant a new i-fone-tach
and a new dsi and bsi
games and a new camru
and a new gun and a new
tv,
Love, Brock Daniel

Dear Santa
We Love you Santa Santa
wut I went For Christmas
is a PuPs and a new pool
and a ice crems makR.
And a cook Make and a
Dsi game and a Dora kish
set Dora Baby Doll cluse
14-16. Son 6-T
I Love you Santa
Savahhah
You The BSt Santa

Dear Santa
I Bin a gud buu this ur I
wat a dur bic
Luv Matt

Dear Santa,
I wa fatirbots
Love,
Brandaon

Dear sanTa
I woT a Bakoogon and a
des and dIeW
Love SanTa
Nathaniel

Dear Santa
Wis your favorite thig
about chrishtma. the Lis
are Priteey tjey are red
blue And green
Luve, Aden

*Dear santa*
1. *I wut a fyum*
2. I wut a pup.*
3. I wut a puw.*
4. I wut a kpud
5. *I wut a hise.*
6. I wut a BJm.*
7. I wut a m3Ply.*
8. I wut a BaBalio*
9. I wut a PeSI
10. I wut a fak fuw.*
11. I wut a latoP/*
12. I wut a fartev.*
13. Yu is the Bes men.*
Luv, Aaliyah

Dear Santa,
I am being good
I waNT a Fon
I wuNt a DSi
I wuNT a DS
I WuNT a Book Bag
I wunta I Pood
Love
Jamie

Dear Santa, I want a peth
a mamst.
Dear sant, I want a DS.
Dear santa, I want a pupy.
Love,
Taylor

Dear SantA I want A toy
Becoss SantA Give me a
PruZit
It was snow Becoss it was
fun
Love, Demetrius

Dear Santa, this what I
want for Chistmas.
I wanta Ipad
I want a I pod tuth
I wanta I pod
I want a puppy
I want a now neclis and
eryins
I want a now pool
Love, Kiera
p.s. a pig TV too


DeaR Sert gust wugSt I
wort for knmst I a brik
and a bik and a KpooRe
and a brdiK and a fowiRte
and a des and a GaKcre
and a KaborKe and a Gamt
and a Sumt KaSte and a
Kisme.
Love,
Cenquaz

Dear SantA for Ckrismas
I want a Stuft Animool
Dog With pocku Dots and
I want a ckite cat. I
Want a DSi.
Love, Jasmine

Dear Santa
I Want a Xbox 360
I Want a bt of Str Was
the Cloron was alrigr
I Want a game called call
of Duty black opos.
I Want a FoY chanfar
Love, Noah

Dear Santa
I wut a wolet for
Christmas and I wut a
noow car. I love, Santa
Santa is a good toy mackr
Love Caleb

Dear Santa,
I What a Bibe and a
Deares and a folol and a
BacGons and a BoBerSha
and a dog and a dras p
and a DBac
Love, Kimy

DeR SaNta
Ipod
a ponye
crown
P Dress
neckliSIS
SliperS
ring
fall books
cake
wand
blond Box
cat
BootS
pen
Dog
From Autumn

Mrs. Becky Carter's
Second Grade Class

Dear Santa,
I have been a good girl
this year. This is wat I
want for Christmas. I
want a new gres and I
want a Barbie doll. I wish
one thing for the hole
world to live in peas. How
are you and Mrs. Santa
doing?
Love,
Londyn Mercer

Dear Santa,
I will like a pogo stike for
Christmas. I would like a
bike for Christmas. I
want to bring rcodof and
dansar on earth.
Love,
Elena Martinez

Dear Santa,
I have been a good girl all
year and these are two
things I really want. I
want a new bike and a
computer. For the world
I wish we could stop
having war...and that was
my letter to Santa Class.
Love,
Caitlin Copland

Dear Santa,
I am a good girl and I
hope you are doing well. I
want yo to know what I
want for Christmas. I
want a computer, a Wii
game. I live in Obrien,
Florida Suwanne Valley.

Love,
Kerre Zarate


Putnal Seed

& Grain
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Dear Santa,
I have been a good girl.
How has Mrs. Santa
been? I want a DSi and
Wii. I want to give all
the people homes. I will
give you milk and cookes.
How is Rudolph? Have a
good Christmas.
Love,
Natalia Campos

Dear Santa,
How are the reindeer
doing? Can you give the
hole world Santa
whatever it wants.
Love,
Leonardo Pecina

Dear Santa,
I am Gavin. How are you
reindeer going? I want a
PSP and a game for it. I
want peace in the world
forever. How are you
going? I wish it was
Christmas all readyand I
love you forever for life
and enternity! Can you
tell Mrs. Claus how is she
doing. I wish I could see
Rudolph. Tell Rudolph I
said hi. I won't be bad
ever again.
Love,
Gavin Wingate

Dear Santa,
I have ben a good girl. I
would a PS3 for Cristmas
and the acon figure toy
Buzz Light Year and
peace on earth for
everyone on the world.
Love,
Emma Strickland-Pittman

Dear Santa,
How are you raindeas
doing? Are they fed. I
been a good boy. I hope
you are doung well. I
want for Christmas is a
bike and a control car.
Love,
Jesus Cruz

Dear Santa,
I have been a good girl.
How are the reindeer.
This is the stade I want
for Christmas: DSI, loalo
doll. Please give the
world homes for all the
children. Tell Mrs. Clos
that I said hay.
Love,
Kailah Henderson

Dear Santa,
I like a PS3 because I can
play. I have been a good
boy and I think you for
giving us a house to live in
forever. Santa you are
good every year.
Love,
Antonio Tomas-Diego

Dear Santa,
I want a PsP go. I want
one game. For the world
houses. I was good.
Love,
Harley Allen

Dear Santa,
I am a good boy. Hi. My
name is Chase. I want a
Xbox and lego inivese the
game. Can you make the


military forces come
home?
Your friend,
Chase Wilson

Dear Santa,
I have been extra good
this year. I want a
playhouse and a recorder
and peace for the world.
How is Rudolph?
Love,
Leigh Wood

Dear Santa,
I have ben good. How is
Miss Clus? Is the elf
doing good? I hope you
have a Happy Christmas.
On more thing. I want to
git a motecintrol plane. I
want to make a wish. I
hope everyone gits to
have a Happy Holday!
Love,
Lewis Kirby

Dear Santa,
I am a good boy. How is
Mrs. Cluas doing? I will
leave some coclet for
Rudolph, Prancer, and
Dasher. What I want for
Christmas is five goldfish
and new pajamas and
clothes. I hope the
homeless people will have
a house and will not die.
How old are you? Are
cookies your forite food?
What is your favorite
color? You are my hero!
Love,
E'leric Ivey

Mrs. Mandy Brown's
2nd Grade Class

Dear Santa,
I have ben good and how
is rodoff and all I want
for crmus is a pilt gun and
a pillow pet and Dsi.
Love, Colby Tedder

Dear Santa,
I ben a good girl. How is
Miss Claws? I love you
Santa. I want a walking
baby, guitar, vitu game.
You are a good Santa to
me.
Love, Laylany Cook

Dear Santa,
I was to no has is Mrs.
Close. Her is a good help
to Santa. I wat a fake
doge. I wat my flimy. I
wat a fake gun. I wat a
fake car. I wat a Barbie
Game. I wat a Barbie. I
wat a fake Santa. I wat a
fake pinke.
Love, Alexis Zarecki

Dear Santa,
How is Mrs. Clause. I bet
she is good. Is it cold at
theNorth Pole. Because
it is cold everywhere in
the world. Well what I
want for Christmas is you.
And a DSI. A new bike
and a 1,000 dollars.
Leggos. Anything you can
get me. I will love it
because you are the best
Christmas gifter in the
world Santa Clause.
Love, Devon Falgout-Bell


Dear Santa,
I am a very good boy.
How is mis claws is she
doing good. How are you
Santa. How are your
helpers santa. A real
little dog.
Love, Eric Summers

Dear Santa,
I have been a very good
boy. How is roodaf? Is
it cold where you live? I
want a eletrick train. I
want a dog and a four
weeler.
Love, Ches Grisham

Dear Santa,
I have ben a very good
girl all year. How are you
doing at the Noth ploe.
Is the north ploe so besy
all year. How are you and
Mrs. Clos. Is she doing.
Are the rain deer redey
to go to place to place.
Santa are you so besy in
crimicus time. What are
you doing in the year. I
love crimimisy time. For
crimay I whnt a Go Go my
walling puppy, and a flat
scoring tv.
Love, Chloee Sanders

Dear Santa,
Haw is Mrs. Santa doing.
Is she doing good. Santa
I won't a motersickl and a
goodtor for chrimas
Santa. Win you get time
to reed my story.
Love, Frederick McGrew
Dear Santa,
I bine a very good boy.
And I wonte a firetruck
and a amlinte and a
rasleline chimine and a
rmesetme and a
chochborde.
Love, David Pinkard

Dear Santa,
I want a psp and a wii
game and I want a skate
board and a dsi and a ipod
touch and a bike and a
mickle jackle song and a
gupter and a krate kid
movie and a dirtbike and a
closing book. I want a
basket ball and a shirt.
Love, Garris Reed

Dear Santa,
I have been a good girl
this year. How is Mrs.
Claus doing? The elves
are working hard aren't
they. If I came to the
north pole right now it
would be pretty. What I
want for Chrismas is a
flat screen t.v., baby doll
with 10 pars of cloths and
shoes, I pod, and pillow
pet. When you bring the
presents you will have a
big batch of cookies with
hearts on it and it's going
to say merry Chirsmas on
it and a card that says
merry chirsmas. We love
you.
Love, Horizon Lewis

Dear Santa,
Is the deer ready to fly
Santa. Is it cold up
there. Her is the list of
toys. A toy deer mud
slenger and dog wisle and
a baby buney.
Love, Bryce Ambrose

Dear Santa,
I have been a very good
girl this year. Have the
reindeer been ready to
fly? I would like some
Pandora charms for my
braclit. I would be very
surprised if you could
bring me some charms
for Christmas this year.
Has Mrs. Claus been good
this year? I hope you
bring me a Dsi charger
to. Have you been good
this year? I would love it
if you could please just
bring me those 2 things.
Love, Aislinn Henry

Dear Santa,
I want to know if it is
cold in the south pole?
How Mrs. Clas is? And I
hope you bring me some
thing I want for
chrismes. How are the


reindeer? And how is
rowdolf? And are you
cold in the such pole?
And I hope you bring me


a playstanon 3.
Love, Daniel Alvarez

Dear Santa,
I have bean a good boy
this year. Is it cold in
the northpole. Are the
reindeer ready to fly.
What I want for
Christmas is a remote
control spider
motercicle and a fuishigie
gravity ball. And a big
nerf gun that shoots 37
feet.
Love, Dylan Brantley

Dear Santa,
I ben a good geal and how
is Mrs. Clos doing thes
year. Have a good year.
Love, Tahlia Acevedo
Dear Santa,
I want for Christmas is
cotton candy maker and
clothes and Lets talk
brats and a moxie girl
baby doll and Barbie doll
with a camera a neckless
and a ring and ear rings
and a Justin bieber shirt
and a lipgloss and
moontow.
Love, Madison Martin

Mrs. Kim Harris
2nd grade

Dear Santa, Santa how is
your rainDears doing and
I like your boots. Santa I
want for Chrismas is a
Desk and hairclips I want
rain boots and I want a
Puzzel and Barbe and I
want a Playdow Maker and
cloths Love Stevie

Dear Santa you are so
nice because you are s
speshle. I want a DS for
Chrisma. And a
skateboard for crisma.
And a 6 vedio Games for
crisma. And a puppy. For
crisma. And tow cifen for
my tow sisters. For
cricmus. And 4 shoes
Love Patricio

Dear Santa I like your
boots yi are the else
short. Dear Santa I want
for christams is a blak
DSi and I want bakagns
for Chistmas and I want a
game board and I want a
Santa Drise side 8 and I
want now shoe side 2 and
I want boots courd blak
like your boots and I want
a fake gone and I want
crayons to coulr and I
want a now bookback.
Love Victor

Dear Santa I like your
ranDers. Now I wont for
Christmas is a dir bike.
Now I wont for Christmas
is jewelry. Now I wont
for Christmas is a lawn
mower. Now I wont for
Christmas is a
skateboard. Now I wont
for Christmas is a bicycle.
Love Dreyveun

Dear Santa how is Rodof
I will a paint set little pet
shop resey setr and stuth
I can make. Love Leann

Dear Santa I like yur blak
boos becus blak is my
vorit culer. Wut I wont
for crismis is the uFc
Game. Love Thorn

Dear Santa, How is your
raindeers I hope there
doing good. For
Christmas I Would like a
DS and some games for it
like Ben 10 ultutumit
Alien and football and
other stuff PLEAS Love:
Dagan

Dear Santa I like your Lf.
I want for Christmas is
Toys I want a Soicn game
When The Wii and
banugem want a game
soon 3 game and a car
Toys. Love Isaac

Dear Santa, How is Mrs.
Claws doing. I want in
airsoft gun. I want in
Rotwilr puppy or a Horse.
I want a skate board. Love


Dear Santa, I like your
Dears. I would like a lot
of Barbies, And I would
like a intdindo DS. I
would like the game of
the intdindo DS would be
iCarly. And I would like a
Wii. Love Yariana
Dear Santa why is the
elvs shot Santa I want a
rupnzl toy and rupnzl bJ
and a laptop with
enternt and a toy elvs and
Bowts an BaBDol and a
happy famey Love Kaitlyn

Dear Santa How are the
raiders doing. Can you
gift me a DS and a
kinchensite. Love Kyra

Dear Santa, Thank you
for giving me something
for Christmas, I love you.
I want a DSI with some
games like iCarly and
Taylor Swift. Thank you
Santa! You're the best!
Love, Caroline

Dear Santa, how is missus
claus and how are the rain
Deer and are the rain
Deer ready for the long
flight I've been good this
year May I please have a
I pod touch Love, Dalton

Dear Santa, Mere
Christmas How ar you
doing. The first thing I
want for Christmas is a
helmete. Thein I want a
train set. Last I want the
best Christmas evar. Love
Jordan

Dear santa I like your
reindeers. I like your
boots. You keep them so
clean. I would like a Dsi.
I would also like my little
baby cousin to have a car.
Love, Emmitt

Dear Santa, I like your
sled. Santa I won't a
ipode and laptop and bike
at my mom house. Santa I
won't a picker of you and
your rainbeer's. Love
Tonya


Mrs. Hudson's 2nd-3rd
Grade Class

Dear Santa,
I've been a good boy this
year. I would like a
Transformer with 2
helicopters for arms and
2 jets for legs for
Christmas. Love, Josh M.

Dear Santa,
I've been a good girl this
year. I would like a stove
for Christmas. Thank
you! Love, Teanna S.

Dear Santa,
I've been a good boy this
year. I would like a war
machine toy, Godzilla toy,
Mario vs. Donkey Kong
for DS and Donkey Kong
for Wii and that's
everything. Love,
Ga'Mari A.

Dear Santa,
I've been a good girl this
year. I would like a Wii,
Nintendo DS, dog toy
with leash, pink diary
that sings songs and a
game. I love you! Love,
Sierra R.

Dear Santa,
I've been a good boy this
year. I would like a
Gameboy, Transformer,
Power Ranger and a car
for Christmas. I love you!
Love, Timmy L.

Dear Santa,
I've been a good boy this
year. I would like a
Nintendo DS, remote
control monster truck,
remote control helicopter
and Toy Story 3 Mr.
Potato Head. I love you
Santa! Love, Gabriel M.

Dear Santa,
I've been a good boy this
year. I would like a
truck, car, big airplane,


monster truck, clothes
and shoes. See you soon!
Love, Josh W.


Dear Santa,
I've been a good boy this
year. I would like a car,
game for Playstation 2
and another computer for
Christmas. Love, Malik C.

Dear Santa,
I've been a good girl this
year. I would like a baby
doll and a barbie doll.
Love, Heather S.

Dear Santa,
I've been a good boy this
year. I would like a bath
toys, Wiggles videos and
a Blues Clues Handy
Dandy Notebook for
Christmas. Love, Zach T.

Dear Santa,
We have been good girls
this year. We have a
special little person in our
class and we would like
for him to get well. We
love you!
Love, Mrs. Hudson, Mrs.
Greene and Ms. Benzing

Mrs. Johnson's
Second Grade

Dear Santa,
I would like three things
for Christmas. First, I
would like a DSi because
I never had one. Next, I
would like a viedogirl
because you can take
picre on it. Last, I would
like a touch phone
because you can touch it.
In conclusion, these are
three resesons why.
Love, Garionna

Dear Santa Claus,
I want to chat with you
Santa Claus for three
reasons. First, what I for
Christmist is a neacles
that has a present
because I need to have it.
I worked at my mom
office and she said I
done a good job. And I
want a wii for Christmist
because I been good at
school. Next what I want
for Christmist is a Barbie
doll because I ask Santa
Claus for a Barbie doll
but I didn't git one for
Christmist and what I
want for Christmist is
the best Christmist
because last year I didn't
have the best Christmist.
Last, what I want for
Christmist is a pom pom
pen because I want one.
Love, Nyssa

Dear Santa,
First, Dear Santa, I want
to have a good clismism
you don't need to make
good, Santa. Next, Dear
Santa, If you can goert a
DS auser game. Last,
Dear Santa, if you can
goert a nerf gun.
Love, Tyler

Dear Santa,
I would like a Te and a
basketball and a Kunert
xbox 360. I want a
football and a phone and
2 cletse and a nerf
blaster and a helmet and
some shoulder pads and
some football pants and
some knee pads and a
mouth piece and a new
bike and a music player
and a guitar and a dirt
bike and a Ds and a police
badge and a Nintendo Dsi
and a Nintendo DS and a
jacket and a lot of candy
and a skateboard and a
wii and a new playstion 2
and a new playstion 3 and
a paintset and a gators
jushy and pants and a
motorcycle and a
workbook and a Te.
Love, Ja'Quez

Dear Santa clous,
I want a roomsate. I want
a cputer it got to be flat
skram. I want a rele
peanow. I want a gtore
because I have borokking
Skernses. I want a
hannah motana stage. I
want everthging of hannh
Motan.


Love, Keiara love you
Santa


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Dear Santa Claus,
I would like three things
for cristmas. First, I
would a Dsi for cristmas
so me and my brother and
my other brother can
play. I like a Dsi because
you can take pictures on
it the other thing I like
about a Dsi is that you
can kaneket on the inrnet.
Next, I would a touch
phone for cristmas
because it keneket on the
inrrnet and you can touch
it like a DS and you can
do whatever on
touchphone. Last, I would
like a Laptop for cristmas
because you can play
games and go on the
inrnet and go on the
website. In conclusion,
these are three things I
like for cristmas.
Sincerely, Wendy

Dear Santa Claus,
I would like a Bardall. I
would like a phone. I
would like a dressup. I
would like a kitten. I
would like a scatbaord. I
would like a tran. I would
like a ball. I would like a
pienow. I would like a
cutor. I would like a Dsi. I
would like a bab dall. I
would like a some book. I
would like a modersik. I
would like a Baskball. I
would lik a new book. I
would lik a chark. I would
like a wii. I would like a
hat. I would like some
shoes.
Love, Lexi

Dear Santa,
I would like to have a
sonic colored and a ds and
a Mariovs Dockey kong.
And my mom want a
necilis and a ring and a
dress. My dad want a a
ring and a new cell phone.
My baby sister want a
baby baby. And I will give
you some milk and cookie
at night.
Love, Edwin

Dear Santa,
I would like a DSI and
I'm getting bouring with
no game. We want a x Box
360 please ar other xbox
balry work. I wish I had a
kag Santa pleas to get
the cats out of the yeard.
We would like to get a
new Bopit for my mom
pleas and a pay cheek in
car. We went to the pet
store we souw a egwouno.
we want it to. We went to
the mall and I saw a
ripskates. We went to
the zoo their were dogs
their I want one of the
dogs. Love, Brandon

Dear Santa Claus,
I want a x box 360 so I
have something to play all
the time so I ain't board
all the time. First I want
a new bike to ride and to
play with my friend's cops
an 2 it's true nest I want
a ps3 in my room to play
with my friends every
game to play with them
and that's true really true.
Last I want a forewheller
for chirsmas.
Love, Jeff

Dear Santa,
I want a Dsi because I do
not have one and ckuse
they look cool. 2. I want a
LEGO Police stashene
because I like LEGO's. 3 .I1
want a Booldog weppken
because I like weppkens. 4.
I want a fowiller because I
never had one. 5. I want a
toy star war's clone
because I like star war's
and the toy's of them.
Love, Chase


Dear Santa Claus,
I want a entendo ds and a
pinke and white fowiller.
Bcous I never had one.
And I want a DSi Light.
Sincerely, Trachelle

Dear santa claus,
First, can I have a
airplane with a control.
Next, can I have a DS
with a maro game. Last,
can I have a xbox. Fifth,
can I have a pack of
Bokuegans.
AJ


Dear Santa Claus,
I hope I ben really good
this year and I want a
thousand dollars if you
have it and a new cool
folwiller that don't need
badres and a cool moder
and the seet don't come
off. Also, I want a
remote control monster
truck that can go very
fast.
Love, Trenton

Dear Santa Claus,
I would like a phone so I
can take to my friends. I
would like a nufe gun. I
would like a ktare. I
would like a DS. I would
like a paint set.
From, Joseph

Mrs. Plymel,
Second Grade Class

Dear Santa,
I want craon, craon box,
scissors, glue , pencils and
erasers.
First, a Tim Tebo postr.
Love, Kendrick

Dear Santa,
These are the toys that I
want. Black ops and Dirt
2 and a Gitare and drum
and a dog a puppy. Fast
and Frieris 2 and Love
and CDs like Nicklback
and likn Park and a curling
Book's and craion's and
lot's of love.
Love, Jacob

Dear Santa,
I have been good this
year.
First, I want some CDs
for Christmas and a CD
case for my CDs.
Next, I want my daddy to
have a took box with
some tools please.
Last, I want my mom to
have a couple pair of
boots for Christmas.
In conclusion, That's what
I want for Christmas.
Love, Zoe

Dear Santa,
First, I wat a mp3 plaur.
Next, I wat pencils and a
crayon Box.
Last, skatbod a Bakon set
and a Doodle Board.
Love, Justin

Dear Santa,
I have been good First I
want a xbox. Next, I
want a game fot the xbox
called just caus 2.
Last, I want a tim tebow
postr and Bakugan.
In conclusion thes are
the things I want for
Christmas.
Love, Krisjen

Dear Santa, I have ben ok
I could be better. First,
I would like a DSi game
like a dress up game
where you can make your
own dress and person
with hair like log or
short and pretty. Next,
I would like a I touch
with games on it with a
green and white with a
cheer leader on it. Last,
I would like a horse


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sweater with a lot of
horses on it the color I
want is brown and pink.
In conclusion, these are
what I would like for
Christmas.
Love, Addie

Dear Santa,
Santa may you please get
me a Backugun please get
me a Skate Board place
get me and my Brother a
dsi place thank you Santa
very much Santa. Thank
you Santa I want a
football pleacese me an
my Brother can play and I
whant a Dsi Game Donke
con please.
Love, Ryan

Dear Santa,
First I wat a DS and
some games and some
scissors. Next I wat
some gloo and some sisers
to. Last I wat a wii and a
Gameboy and a babe a gon
and Love monster In
conclusion thes are things
I want. Love, Kayle
Dear Santa,
Can you get my mom a
new car and my dad new
football Jerseys and my
sister anything she wants
and I would like a dirt
bike and skateboard.
Love, John

Dear Santa,
Fist I have Been good
Next, I want a croneyon
Box, A inraser, A Pencels
and A I Pod touch, A toy
shot gun and Hallo reach
5 and Hallo reach 6 Last
I want A dirt Bick and a
22 shot gun In clocin
these are the ting I
want For Crismest. Love,
Levi

Dear Santa,
These are the Three
Things I would lik for
Chrismas if you can get
Them for me.
First, I would lik a Golf
cart Me and My daddy
have been talking about a
Golf cart a little bit and
we were wondering if you
could get it for us. Next,
I would like a ipod touch,
crayons, glue, pencl's,
crayon box last, I want a
xbox Kenect In
conclusion, These are the
Three Things I want for
Chrismas. Love, Kaiya

Dear Santa,
All I want is for
Christmas is a 1 of those
Rock Legos and Sires 10
gogos and real drum set
and helo Rech and Bose
shock and a 4 wilier and a
mokichl mostr truck and
army truck and Three
guys that come with him
and a Dsi and a Snow board
and real arye shrt and
pants and the best thing
that I want is to Be like
you.n Love you, Julian

Dear Santa,
Santa I ben good. I wat a
lot of toy's 4 me I want
psp a car, an armey a Holl
rech 5 a arme tanker and
to be lik my DaD to
police. Love, Michael

Dear Santa,
I want something For my
teacher and I wnt some
Pensules and som paper
and sisers and a nantidoe
Dsi and a Foer Waler and
a toy cald moryo
Brother's and clowed and
a new Bike. In conclion
these are the things I
want for Christmas. And
I wont a CD Plaer and
some Discs.
Love Nate


Dear Santa,
Can you get my brother a
skatbord for Christmes.
My Mom some purfum and
get her really nice close
for Christmes and can you
get my dad some clon and
some reley nete close and
can you get my gramo som
close for work can you
get me a DSi and can you
get Mrs Plumel some
close and some pincels
and some seisirs to and
some glue and some crans.
Love Alexis

Dear Santa,
First, I ben good all day I
want a Barbe and a toy
car for my Brother Next,
Dear Santa I want some
shoes and I want some
seser's for my teacher
Last, I want want a DS
and some shoes for my
Mon and some shoes In
conclusion these are the
things I want for
Christmis Love, Joanna

Dear Santa,
First, I wath a cell phone
and a laptop and I wath a
pod Next, I wath a
Baiber doll and a toy that
is a cat and a tete ber
and a Ds Game and a will
Game. Last, I wath is a
par of clogs. In conclusion
those are the things I
wath for Christms. Love,
Brianna


Dear Santa,
First I like for Christmas
a Deesi for Christmas For
Plymels' for Christmas a
phone. Next I will like
fot Christmas a latop. I
like for Christmas Wii. I
Love santa I not ben bad
I Love Santa.
Love, Niya

Mrs. Ratliff,
Second Grade Class

Dear Santa, I wan't a
GameBoy and a psp and a
Art sete. And a
transformer. Joshua
Blake Johnson

Dear Santa, I have been a
good girl this year. I
would like a DSi, moon
chair. I want a inside
tent for my room. I want
a Ipod, tan Duck Head
Shoes, water slide,
Olivia's House, mule, a
real puppy that my puppy
taffy will like, phone. I <3
u Santa!!!! Love, Reina
Averi Harry

Dear Santa, I have been a
Very Very good girl this
year. I Wood like to see
you this year and I will
give mik and cookies
every year. Please do not
let me down. I wood like
a cell phone LGVHV3.
love Chelsea

Dear Santa, I want a cell
phone bakagan, air hogs
and dirt bik, motorcycle,
helicopter,xbox360
games, Dsi gams, Shoes,
dog, New bike. Love,
Daylong

Dear Santa, I have been
a very good boy this year!
You can give Me wat you
want to give me wan it
turns crismose I will give
you some cookies and
milk. PS. Marry crismose.
give me a DS please.
Love, Tyler

Dear Santa, I have been
a very good boy this year.
I would like anything you
can think of. But I know
two things, a morkie dog
and a projector with


everything that goes to
my dry erase board.
Love, Kailer

Dear Santa, I have been a
very good girl this year!
Satnta I want a laptop
For Chrismas and I want
a fushigy plas for
Crismas. Plas. And a
horse. For Chrismas. Plas
and I want a TV for
Chrismas. That's all I
want for Chrismas. Love,
Ana

Dear Santa, I have been
a very good girl this year!
I would like a new DSi for
Christmas this year. I am
really nice. And I want a
barbie house, in I will like
to see you. And pleece do
not let me down. Love,
Zareia

Dear Santa, I want a
barbie. and a toy phone it
wold be the best thig I
got. I will leave some
milk and cookies. You are
the best gye. and I know
you cold do it to Thak you
for ervything. P.S lev
ben very good aks mom
xoxoxo To. Santa Love.
Lindsay

Dear Santa, I have been a
good boy this year! You
can ask my whole family.
I would like a DSi for
Christmas this year.
Love, Lucas Luke Rogers

Dear Santa, Can I have a
red mustr chruk and my
mome at hom. Santa, you
are the Best of the Best
Love Little Steven

Dear Santa, please. I
want a bike cus Crismas is
my favorite time of year
P.S. I love you so much
you are the Best you are
a Jolly Jolly Jolly Happy
guy. I love you. <3 <3 <3
<3 <3 <3 <3 <3 Love,
Elizabeth Schealyn
Brewer.

Dear Santa, Santa I will
be a good girl I want a
Bady Dall and a Barbie
and a Barbie girl. Sylvia

Dear Santa, Dear Santa,
I have been a good boy
this year. you can ask my
whole family. Santa, I
wanta watergun.
Love, Nyalen
Dear Santa, I have been
a very good boy this year.
I want a phone. I want a
DSi. You are a Big and
jolly. I want go cart. I
want a giter. I want a
DSi games. I want a PS3.
I want a trampuleen.
Love, Warren

Dear Santa, I want a
dert bike for crismisu
and I want a gocart for
crismisy and a fawilr for
crismisy and a monster
truck. Love, Cody

Mrs. Reaves' Class -
2nd Grade

Dear Santa,
What I want for
Christmas - I want a DSi
and the games too. I
want a real ipod and a
real cellphone. I want a
Go Go Puppy. I want a
Barbie vacasin jet. And
macie macie fabric.
And mt and mt snowgirl
pink. I want a hipapatmis
for Christmas and
100,00000 dolers.
Love, Mckay


Dear Santa,
You are nice Santa. I'll
give you a present too! I
beileve in you. Roodolph
helps you go around the
world. I wish you a marry
Christmas! Your my
favorite person. Your a
hero to me. Acshulie you
are!!!
Love, Dena

Dear Santa,
Can you please give me a
nitendo ds and supper
marior dress? If you can
that would be great! You
know, what elts I whant
for Christmas? Can you
please give me a Ipod
too? P.S. I whant a
water slide!
Shea

Dear Santa,
I love you Santa. I want
to see you. I want a
Barbey house with 6
Barbeys. And I want a
milein HSM books. I
want to see your elfs so
bad. I want some boots
too! I want a laptop.
Some more sea monkeys.
I want a phon. I love you
Santa so so so so much. I
want 1 more gift to give
my family some presins
too!
Ava

Dear Santa,
I love you. Santa I want
a dog and a ipad. And I
want a organ Santa
please. I want a globe
please. And I want a
snake. And a board game.
And a book called the
white Diary of a Wimpy
Kid. And I want candy
and a real sord. And I
want a gun that is a
twenty gage and new
close. And I want to go
on a trip to Hollywood.
And I want 100 dollars.
And a bookmark and a
picchure frame with my
hole family most of all
and my classmates with
my teacher too, and a
phone.
By Jevin

Dear Santa,
I like guitars and I like
transformers. I like hot
rods and cars and
modersikels. I like cats
and mp3 players and for
weelers. And sweaters
and pants and bacugons
and pocemon cards. And
my brother needs new
close and a rabbit and
bird. Isaiah

Dear Santa,
I would like some toys for
Christmas please. Here
are the toys I want for
Christmas. I want a
telephone, Flynn Rider
doll, Rapunzel styling
head, and a Rapulzel's
tower. How is Tinsil?
Tinsil has had in these
places. Here they are.
Tinsil has hid on a glass
shelf, the piano, by the
picture of McMillan
fighting a bad guy, and
Tinsil did a split holding
onto a chair. Santa
please write your name on
the book I am going to
put next to the cookies.
Elaina

Dear Santa,
Want List: my family,
love, DSI, Tangled doll,
ZuZu pets, real hamster,
art set, camo sowt and
set, spy gear, dolled up
nails, snow boots, but
most of all a Happy
Chrismas, Go Go dog.
Paige


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Dear Santa,
I want a vilen and a bow
and arrow and I want sum
kung fu Zu Zu pets. And
I want 2 video games and
I want a fake sord and I
want a giente school and
I want a pandumoneum
and I want 500,00000
dolers. I have been good.
Trent

Dear Santa,
I want a bo and ero and a
hedset so I can talk on
my playstashon three. I
want a shotgun. I want
1000 dollars.
Hunter

Dear Santa,
I want a new pair of
boots. I want them black
please and I where a size
5 or 6. 6 ushaly fits
better and Dsi and alunch
to school every day and
two neck lassis of a heart
split in half for me and
my cusin Paige. Tea set,
Santa book and a toy elf
and a scarf and a bear
and for my Nana a charm
bracelet for me and my
cusin Paige. To Santa, I
love you.
Neveah

Dear Santa,
I want a pillow pet and a
guitar and a soccer ball. I
want a puppie and a teddy
bear and a new ipod. I
want a tampolene. I want
a pet lizard and a bag of
apples and please get this
for me please. I want a
camo jaket please get it
for me. And some play
dow and a drum set, chalk
board.
Tristin

Dear Santa,
I want a pillow pet for
Christmas and a dog and a
real paint set. And a nut
cracker and a green
apple, yellow apple and a
red apple and 200 dollars.
Timya

Mrs. Redish's
2nd grade Class

Dear Santa,
I want a wi pies
I want games pies
I want a pelow pies
I want a cuvr pies
Love,
Savannah Long

Dear Santa,
What is the rinebirs
doing. What is you wife
doing to. I am a good
boy. I want to see rodof
the randire. I wantto
come to the north Pole to
see your randire. I want
a DS and a forwillr and
Xbox. In conclsin, that is
the end of my story.
Love,
Demontrae George

Dear Santa,
Do you know wuet I wunt
for christmist. I want a
PSP. I want a apple fon.
I want a DSIXI.
Love, Jeffrey Stanavich

Dear Santa,
I ben a good girl. I what
a DSI, and a biebike, a
water better to. How are
you and Mrs. Claus. I hop
you flel Good both you
and Mrs. Claus. I hop
ruldoff is Good to.
Love, Skylar

Dear Santa,
I have been a good girl
this year. I was hoping
you could give my Granny
something. How are you
and Mrs. Claus doing. I
want a Laptop and a touch


screen phone. I was
wondering what do you
want for Christmas? How
old are you? What does
Mrs. Claus want for
Christmas? Do you have
any children? I love you.
Love, Angelia Neel

Dear Santa,
I hope you are well.
What I want for
chrissmeess is a DS and a
Atv and a xbox too and
PSP and a gameboy.
Love,
Dawson Chitwood

Dear Santa,
I have been a good gril
this year. I hope you and
Mrs. Claus is doing well. I
waas thanking you could
give me a tuch pone, a
ipod, DS, a foueler like
mommy's, a want a lot of
pretend teacher stuff.
Well i thank that's it se
you on Christmas thank
you.
Love,
Amber Lynn thompson

Dear Santa,
I hope you can get me all
of the things I want. I
have ben a very boy. I
have a lot of toys I want
them all but you might
not be able to get hem all.
their are like 26 of them
and you proboly wont be
able to get them all. the
thing I want most of all is
a DS they are very cool.
Love,
Bryce Kearce

Dear Santa,
I hope you and Mrs. Claus
is filin well. Can you give
my gone a crismis pisit
and my popue. My gone is
filin sike and anny a
crismise pesin and give
my dad a crisemis pesint
and me crispesnt mom
chrmepisi.
Love,
Sage Simmons

Dear Santa,
I hope fake Mrs. Claus
feels good. And I have
been a good boy this year.
If I do get a present this
year I hope it is
anintidodes. And I hope I
get something cool.
Love,
Adam Potter
PS Are the reindeer
hungry?

Dear Santa,
I have been a good
boy/girl is you been good
Santa Claus. I love you
Santa Claus. are you s up
There are you.
Love,
Deliyah Weatherspoon

Dear Santa,
I been a good Girl This
week. I want a Nintendo
ixl and a iPod apple mp3
plar and I want a brbe
vedo gir. and I want a
labtop apple. and want a
fon apple. Is you a Mrs.
Claus having a good time.
is mrs. Claus is are rite
have a good chrismas. and
do not get stuck down the
chimney. Ho, Ho, He, Ho,
Ho,
Love, Edie Hart
I have been a good gril.
Dear Santa,
I love this year. How are
you and Mrs. Claus. I
want a sladphone and a
labtop and a rile puppy
and a rile house and a dsi.
I want vedo gril and a
ipod how is the Deers is
rodoff doin this year I
hope you can make it her.
Love,
Alexis Sanders


Dear Santa,
What I what is a Xbox,
computer, high heels,
make up, X-Box 360.
Love,
Stephanie Bridges

Dear Santa,
I am a good Boy.
I wota DSi
I wot A tneh Fond
I wot A Play stashin
I wonsh a marc crum
I hop u livi sfle
I wot all the prasit
I wot a now book bag
Love,
Tay Spencer

Mrs. Selph, Second
Grade Class

Dear Santa,
I wat to get a Paper gem
and a I Pod and a labtop
and a ap for the paper
gem and a DS game it is
grithoto and a good
Chrismis. And a gocart.
Love, Dalton

Dear Santa,
I want a labtop for
Chrismas and a ipod for
Chrismas and a I phon and
some new close. And
another the new bike a
new jeep that says ford
and it's pink and the
windows are high.
Love Beyonka

Dear Santa,
I want for Christmas is a
easy bake and I want for
everybuty to have a
happy Christmas and I
want books.
Love Jessie

Dear Santa, I want for
Christmas is a ipod,
laptop, mp three player,
ds
Love John

Dear Santa,
I want a blanket and lot
more. I cold think of a
hundred more.
Love McKenzie

Dear Santa,
I want a bike for
Christmas.
I want a happy Christmas.
I want a toty dirt bike
set.
Your Friend Gabriel

Dear Santa, For Chrismas
I want a phone.
Love Pauline

Dear Santa
I want a drum with a
drum sticks and a strap
so I can carry it and a
real puppy with strips on
his belly and dots on his
back.
Love Calob

Dear Santa,
Here are all the thing
that I want. I want a mp
three player and I want a
new D>S and game that go
to the Xbox 360 and I
want a gun and a game
that go to the C.P and I
want a fourwiler and a
dirt bike and a play car.
Love Keiwan

Dear Santa,
I want a gitar with a pick
for Christmas.
I want a new bike for
Christmas
I want a Mega Mind the
video game
Love Billy

Dear Santa,
I want a DS and a bick
and a car collector with
100 car's and a rase trac
and a buccunner hat.
Love Miguel


Dear Santa, I wont a I
Spy Books, an a toy guna
dn I wont a Keytor an a
bick and Bakugan traps
and 10 bakugauns.
Love Oscar

Dear Santa,
I would like an Ipod for
Christmas. And If you
could I would like a DS
case and a lot of DS
games please? And if you
could please please just
some earphones?
Love, Sera

Dear Santa, for
Christmas I would like a
laptop, a phone, a DS,
and some earrings.
Love, Arisbeth

Dear Santa, I wont to be
a normal girl and I don't
want to be bad.
Love Naleigha

Mrs. Townsend,
Second Grade Class

Dear Santa, I want
these things. A four
weeler a game PSD2 New
clothes new shoes. These
are all the things I
wanted for Christmas and
tell your elves have a grat
chrismas and how are
your elves doing?
De'Calvion Bennet

Dear Santa, Hay Stanta
my house does not have a
open chimney and the key
is by the f runt door and
wen you get there a
surprise well be waiting
for you. How are your
elves doing? You just get
me what you what to get
me. Here are some things
that I wont for crimes
cars, clothes, tool set,
psp, mater tales games
and a hole buntch more
things. Jacob
Bermudez

Dear Santa, What me
and my sister wan't is, I
want a new bike I don't
know which one yet and a
new doll house with a
elevator. CaLinn just
wants a play kitchen. I
want to know what you
want for Christmas ?
Please send me a letter
pleases telling me what
you want for Christmas.
CaliAnn and Calinn Daniel

Dear Santa, How is Mrs.
Claus doing? I want
lerterit gitar and lot of
pet shop and tendow DS.
Sahvanna Dykes

Dear Santa, I hope
roodoff is ok and his nose
is very bright. I hope the
rest of the reindeer are
ok too. I hope Elfs are
not working to hard.
Baileigh Fralick

Dear Santa, I won't a bb
gun with a target set and
a pelit gun. How is the
wether going up theer
Santa? Well down here is
not that bad but it is kind
of coold. How is your
elves doing right now?
Happy Christmas!!
Anthony Foster

Dear Santa, I hope you
have a good Christmas.
Don't forget to stop by
my house os Santa I love
you. I won't a wii and I
won't a ipod and I won't a
puppy and I won't a new
bike for Christmas. How
is your reindeer doing?
I won't a tennis rickit and
tennis balls. I won't a
four wheeler. I want a
geko. MonTayasia Jones


Dear Santa, Can you
bring me a DS Pleas and a
trulamplen and a fowil for
my dad and mom and a
dirt bike for my dad asow
a guitar and if you don't
wunt to do this you don't
have to do it but can you
let me see your rain der
pleas and I wud love to
ride your rain der.
Taylor Lee

Dear Santa, May you
please get me a remote
control car that can go
on dirt and a new gamin for
the wii and a new game
that's for the 360. I
don't have a chimney but
I have a hidden key. I
want a new bike and a
skateboard and a four-
weeler and some new
shoes and a new PSP.
Caleb Parsons

Hi Santa, I want a
furreal friend that walks
and barks. How are you
doing and the elfs and
rootoff. Santa I hope
you are not cold over
there. Santa do not
forget my perest. My
brother want a monster
truck. Santa what do you
want for Christmas and I
want a kitchen set. Have
a nice year. Jazzmin
Pina-Ramos

Dear Santa, Pleas
Remember my address is
3878 and that my road is
202 river road. I don't
care what you give me as
long as you bring one
thing its ok. I hope you
are feeling well. Please
stay safe. Please bring
my brother something
and don't forget my dog.
Angelica jiminez Collada

Hi Santa, I just want to
know how are you doing?
Sant do know what I want
for Christmas/ Well I
want a four-real friend
Christmas Book a kitchen
set a big baby stroller a
baby a live. Tahjona
Stacey

Dear Santa, Are your
reindeer doing good? I
hope you get me a geko
for Christmas and a cage
to and I will appriceciate
that and how is the
wether up there? And
happy Christmas. Benton
Stratton

Dear Santa, This year
there will be some cookis
on the table waiting for
you! I want a Barbei doll
for Christmas. My sister
Sage wants a Dora the
Explora tent. My other
sister wants a Hanna
Montanna doll. And a
trikcicl. How is everyone
doing? Dekarah Thomas

Dear Santa, Can I have a
kitchen for Christmas any
kind as long as it is not
spiderman or Batman.
May I please have a
twilight movie too.
Cheyenne Wallen

Dear Santa, I want a lot
of stuff! Good luck
carrying the stuff. I
have another letter at
the house that has a list
of everything I will get it
to you. Tommy McHugh

Mrs. V Carter's Class
(2nd Grade)

Dear Santa and Mrs.
Claues,
I have been a good girl.
Sants how do the
reindeer fly. Mrs. Claues


and Santa I have been a
nice girl and I want to
wish you a merry
Christmas. Santa claues
I want for Christmas it
will be a video girl. I
want for Christmas is a
pick bike. I want a bride
school puppy swim.
Ariona

Dear Santa,
How are you doing Santa
Claus. First I want a
wehrdog. Next, I want a
DS. Last, I want a
ferret. Inconclusion, now
you know what I want.
Olivia

Dear Santa,
Can you please bring me a
skooter and a DSI and a
ring. How are you doing,
Santa. Are the elf's
doing good. I am 7 in a
half. I hope you have a
Merry Christmas.
Talynn

Dear Santa,
Can I get a phone for
Christmas. Can I get a
DS for Christmas. Can I
get a laptop for
Christmas. I love you.
Kayla

Dear Santa,
May I have a puppy .I'm
trying my best in school.
Santa I love you and
rudolph is my favorite
reindeer and Santa you
are my favorite person in
the world. I love
Christmas! And I want
please a DSI. And Merry
Christmas. Remember I
love you. Kylie

Dear Santa,
Can you brang me
something for Christmas.
Can you get me a
playstation and I bin a
good boy. I bin good in
school and last year I
made the A anorowe and
I am seven year's old
Santa. How old are you .
Is Rudolph is he alive or
deid. Next,can you get
me a DS. Last can I git a
100 dret doller bill. And
the very last thang can
you give me a DSI.
Wesley

Dear Santa,
How old are you Santa.
When were you born.
How is Mrs. Clause doing
this year. I am very very
nice and good. Santa can
I please have a DSI XL
and I want a Ipod touch.
I want the game call a
Duty 4 and your reindeer.
I hope you have a holy
joly Christmas. Blaine

Dear Santa,
How old are you? Is
Rudolph real? May I
please have a DSI and a
phone please. Have a
holly jolly Christmas.
Jesse

Dear Santa,
I please want all
transformers. I please
want transformers
games. I please want
transformers jakets.
Hunter
Dear Santa,
May I pies have 10 dollars.
May I pies have a Dsi.
May I pies have a drum
set and a gitare. I hop
you have a mere
Christmas.
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Letters to Santa


Dear Santa,
Can you tell me how you
get your reindeer to flye
Santa. I want a intindo
DS and a maryo game and
a bakugon finder of the
core. Happy holliday
Santa Claus.
Nate

Dear Santa,
Have you have a good
Christmas. I have been a
good girl. Can you plees
bring me a i pod! Can you
bring a laptop pleas! I
was a good girl can you
bring a DSI pies. Santa
you are very nice.
Kelsy

Dear Santa,
Can you bring me a guitar
please santa claus! I have
ben a good girl. How are
you feeling.
Leslie

Dear Santa,
How are you doing? May
I please have a I pod.
Nest, may I have a Barbie
doll. Last may I have a
teddy bear. I hope you
have a Merry Christmas.
Liviya

Dear Santa,
May I have a I pod. May
I have a playstations.
May I have a flute. How
old are you Santa.
Mark

Mrs. Wooley's second
grade class

Dear Santa,
For Christmas I would
like a Wii.
Love,
Janay Combs

Dear Santa,
For Christmas I would
like a football, a car, and
a pet bird.
Love,
Godfrey Hart

Dear Santa,
For Christmas I would
like a dog and a cat.
Love,
Susana Zaragoza

Dear Santa,
For Christmas I would
like sonic colors.
Love,
Hunter Hodge

Dear Santa,
For Christmas I would
like a Wii, Nintendo, and
a football.
Love,
Jerry Robertson

Dear Santa,
For Christmas I would
like a DS, PSP, and a
Hummer truck toy.
Love,
Jerry Lopez

Dear Santa,
For Christmas I would
like a red Wii, DS,
skateboard, Baby Alive,
and candy canes.
Love, Kylee Boone

Dear Santa,
For Christmas I would
like a Wii, Wii games,
Build-a-Bear, friend for
all seasons i-pet, Barbie
fashion glitter doll, and a
Barbie hotel.
Love,
Amanda Underwood
Dear
Santa,
For Christmas I would
like a mom puppy and a
baby puppy.
Love,
Paige Howell


Dear Santa,
For Christmas I would
like a Nintendo DSI and
an i-pod.
Love,
Morgan Larney

Dear Santa,
For Christmas I would
like a new dog.
Love, Brooke Royals

Dear Santa,
For Christmas I would
like a DSI.
Love, Kelvin Souter

Dear Santa,
For Christmas I would
like clothes.
Love, Nicky Meyers

Mrs. Zimmermann,
Second Grade Class

Dear Santa,
Can I get a Barbie for
Christmus Santa. And
Barbie close.
Love,
Abby

Dear Santa,
I've been good this year.
Can I have a blue
Nintendo DS. The next
thing I want is a stuffed
animal. Any one like a
dog.
Sincerely,
Austin

Dear Santa,
Santa I want a german
shepherd.
I want a house for him.
Sincerely,
Kendry

Dear Santa,
I have been very good
this year. I want a toy
monster truck and I want
a p.s.p. for Christmas.
Sincerely,
Sebastian

Dear Santa,
I have been very good
this year. I would like a
Barbie doll house with
two Barbie dolls and a
baby set with a baby
stroller, baby carrier,
baby crib with a baby
doll. Thank you Santa for
taking time reading my
letter.
Sincerely, Whitley

Dear Santa,
I have been very good
and my name is Kobe and
what I want for Chismas
is a new wii and the new
Spongebob movie
Sincerely
Kobe

Dear Santa,
I have been a good boy
this yere and I wont a wii
and a electric guitar and
that is what I wont for
Christmas.
Sincerely,
C.J.

Dear Santa,
I have been very good
this year I want a DS and
some rollerskates that's
what I want for
Christmas.
Love, Sarah

Dear Santa,
Hay santa I have been so
good and I want a
football and a bike and a
kiss for Mrs.
Zimmermann.
Love, Damarius

Dear Santa,
I have been good this
year. Can I get a DSI
and a wii. Think u fur
your time.
Love,
Hailey



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Dear Santa,
My name is Ryan. I have
been good. I want a
laptop and a ipod touch
the reason I want them
for when I get tired
some. Please get me this
This is what I want. Have
a Merry Christmas.
Love,
Ryan

Dear Santa,
I have been awesome this
year and I want a gift.
I want a baby just like my
sister I know I'm to big
but I'm still a kid.
Now I want a guitar. And
that's all I want for
Christmis. Merry
Christmis santa and happy
new year!
Love,
Kierara

Dear Santa,
I have been goo this year
I want a toy that call
squinkies for Christmas.
And Zoobles. I really
love all them things for
Christmas. Thank you
Santa for giving me all
the to I want for
Christmas.
Sincerely,
Trinitee

Dear Santa,
I want a DS and a phone
that works. Sow can I
have a lot of those things
I want. Have a grate
day.
Sincerely,
Kenzie

Dear Santa,
I want a scooter and a
nutcracker for Christmas.
Love,
Caitlin

Ms. Hett,
Second Grade Class

Dear Santa,
I want a fone for
Chrismas. I want a pilow
pet. I want a pet dog.
Mary Chrismas Santa.
Jaimelee

Dear Santa,
I want a MP3 player and I
want a DSI and I want
make up and some grwer
and some long, long
earings and the barbey
haws and some barbey
clows and barbey camper.
Paige

Dear Santa,
I want a remote conchrol
car and an Ipad. I want a
three remote for my Wii.
I want a Michael Jackson
dancing game. I want a
rocket.
To Santa, From Da'mari

Dear Santa,
Can you please get me a
goutar. Can you please
get me a phoan. I have
bean good and a remote
conchrol car. Please, I
want a skateboard please.
Please, please, please, get
me a remote conchrol
helucopiter. I want
trasformers the game for
DS. Thank you, Santa.
Shawn


Dear Santa,
Please get me any kind of
Lego set. Please get it to
be Starwars. If you can,
please get me a electric
train, a new video game
for Xbox 360, and a
tomica train set. I hope
you, Mrs. Claus, and the
elfs and raindear all have
a great Christmas and a
happy New Year! If you
do that this Christmas, I


will be the happiest boy
alive!
From, Austin T.

Dear Santa,
I want a boeck for
Christmas and a
remccchrol car and I
want help with my
homwrck and I ned help
with my wrds and I want
a part for Christmas.
Antonio

Dear Santa,
I want you to have a good
Chrishmas this year. I
like when you give
presins. I am happy you
are coming. I love the
way you lagh. I want a
phone this year. My mom
will do the west.
Love from Austin R, To
Santa.

Dear Santa,
For Christmas I would
like 4 things. 4 tickets to
a Rays game, a new
blanket, a lady pillow pet,
and a new pillow. I wish
you all a merry Christmas
and a happ New Year.
Catie

Dear Santa,
I've been good and I want
a DS for Christmas and I
want a touch screen IPod
and a pillow pet and I
want money and a Ipod.
Markers and erasers for
my borad and a toy.
Love, Shalana

Dear Santa,
I want a game of God of
War and I want a DSi and
I want a spare Mario 2
and I want kodom Harts
birth of sleep and a toy
robot and a DS.
Jonathon

Dear Santa,
I want a Xbox360 and a
we and a game board and a
DSi and DS.
Ja'liah

Dear Santa,
I want a Xbox360 and I
want the call of duty
black ops and the WWE
game for Xbox 360 and I
want the donkey kong
game for Wii and I want
the dragon quest game
for DS and I want the
game Zelda for DS to. I
want a hot wheels track
and I want a computer
for me and my brother
and I want some drums
and a guitar and I want a
puppy and I want 4
controllers for Xbox360
and I want some new
clothes.
Xander

Dear Santa,
I wood like for Christmas
a Liv doll and a Wii and a
elf doll and dark dark
blue finger nail polish and
to spend time with my
family. And get a chance
to sing to everybody and
ride on your sly on
Christmas night. Thank
you if I get these things.
Padyn

Adrienne Taylor's
2nd Grade Class

Dear Santa,
I would like baklgones
because they can roll and
stick to the cards and
they transform and that
all for crhsmis.
Love,
Dawson Dobeck

Dear Santa,
I would like a DSI light
for Christmas. I would
like a scooter for


Christmas. I would like a
DSI for Christmas.
Love,
Savanna Phillips

Dear Santa,
I would like a dirt bike, a
football, a baseball,
baseball bat, tech deck, a
skoot bourd, a car for
Christmas and a
Blackberry.
Love,
Nate Hall

Dear Santa,
I would like a XBOX 360
and a football and a new
bike for Christmas.
Love,
Dolton Yaun

Dear Santa,
I would like a DS and a
XBOX 360 in Christmas
and a laptop and a car and
a chick in Christmas and
9000000000000000000
00& and Toy Story 3 for
Christmas.
Love,
Alex Gomez

Dear Santa,
I would like a bakogon and
the oltment Bakogon and
remoat control car and
remoat control plant and
a tank and a truck and a
hamve and a jeat and a
helokopter nd a bakogon
for Christmas.
Love,
JC Shiver

Dear Santa,
I would like a new
classroom, nerf tay gun,
dirt bike a new dress for
Christmas.
Love,
Jeff Jones

Dear Santa,
I would like a gitar an a
micka fone an a phone an
a labtop an a ipod an a psp
an a Barbie an a big big
big Barbie house an a
talor swith give an a
hanna Montana an a carry
underwood cite. an Barbie
cloths an mak-up carseet
an a fooweller an a
cherleeter classes an a
play station.
Love,
Cassie Mattox

Dear Santa,
I would like a DS and a a
pe3player and a DSi and a
new dog and lott and a
clock and a car. That's
what I went for
Christmas.
Love,
Shelby Jo Tull

Dear Santa,
I would like a Barbe
Victen jate and a fashing
game for my ds. for
Christmas.
Love,
Christina Torres

Dear Santa,
I would like a teddy bear
and a paint set for
Christmas.
Love,
Jeel Patel

Dear Santa,
I would like a another
football and a phone and a
blackberry. And a p.s.p.
for Christmas.
Love,
Detorian Edwards
J'kevouis

Dear Santa,
I would like a DS and a
psp for Christmas.
Love,
Kevin Rocky


Dear Santa,
I would like a Christ
Angel Magic kit and a
Jeff Hardy toy and a
Shawn Michaels toy and a
basket ball and one more
thing a mortel kombat 3
and 2 video game for PS2.
Love,
Brandon Derange

Dear Santa,
I would like a stuffed
horses. And a laptop. And
some fancy nacey books.
And some horse wii
games. And books about
Christmas and books
about horse. And writing
stuff.
Love,
Camdyn Chauncey

Dear Santa,
I would like a nerf
blaster, xbox 360, ipod,
peggle game, peano, a
blackberry fown, a florida
state blanckit, a baseball
a mokeangral airplane. A
pet depeta fish, a dogy
calendar.
Love,
Carson Frier

Dear Santa,
I would like a stuff bear,
DSi, geter and I would
like Jack to come home a
boy tall and I would like
barbiedolls and and I
would like a fashion
barbiedolls.
Love,
Emma Herrington

Dear Santa,
I would like a bike and
chokletes and a scoder
and some dolls and at
walmart at the toys
sechen their is a baker
thing and the last thing I
really whant is a pilda pet
and a tea set and a
khechen set.
Love,
Adela Leon


Mrs. Berry
3rd Grade Class

Dear Santa,
I want a dirt bike for
Chrismas.so I can do lots
of tricks. I can do a
wheely and a cat walk.
That is very cool. I want
a nientindo DS so I can
play Donkey Kong vs
Mairo.
So I can see who is the
very best. I want a
baseball Bat so I can hit
the ball. I want a x box
360 so I can play
amiencan chopper. I want
a race car so my collation
will be finished. I want a
football so I can play a
football game. Score
gators 50-20 semonils. I
want a basket ball so I
can play a game. Score
Lakers 100-100 heat.
Justin

Dear Santa, I need chaps
for chrismas. I want a
bike for chrismas. I want
to see my cusen from
Afeahustand. I want a
real horse. I want a Dirt
Bike. I want to move to
the country. I want to kill
a eleven pount for
chismas dinner. Josh


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Dear Santa,
I hope you get all the
presents delivered on
time, and I hope you have
a wonderful Christmas.
What kind of cookies do
you like? I have fifteen
things I want for
Christmas. They are a
tinkerbell play set, and
mp3 player, super Mario
galaxy 2, new shoes, a
penguin pillow pet, a
stuffed dog, a stuffed
penguin, so earings, to go
to Hawii, Gardians of
Ga'Hoole the movie,
penceils, a new gookbag,
own TV, new Jacket. I
hop you the elfs, Mrs.
Clause, have a happy
Christmas. I an going to
leave some chocolate chip
cookies out on the table
for you.
Your friend, Ashley

Dear Santa I want for
Christmas is a bick and a
toy that goes up and
down, Santa I want a
jump rope I want a car
that dives on the road; I
would like earring that
goss I like gloss in the
dark neckle. Daleis

Dear Santa,
I hope I git this. If I do
it will be a great
Christmas last year we
didn't have Christmas. This
year I want is a baby doll.
I want a new bike. I want
a paper. I wish I have a
stuff animal. I wish I had
a ipod tough or a DS.
Juanita

Dear Santa,
For Chistmas I want a tv
and PS3 and PSP and a
DSi and a ipod touch and
a dirt bike little dogs and
get to go to a gater game
I want the new
transformer moive. Trent
Dear Santa, I want a
football card, dirtbike
and a ntendods and a
football and a phone a a
baseball bat and a
xbox306 and a will and a
new bike a mb player and
a baseball card.
From your friend, Erik

Dear Santa,
I gotten better at music
this year. I want to wihsh
a Merry Christmas. I
hope you and Mrs. Clas is
very happy with your life
cuse I am. I hope you like
my cokies they may be
oreyoes or coklet cokies
for cristmas. How are the
elfs? You make cool stuff
I wonder How you do
that? How are you and
misses class Doing? Tell
your rain Deer that thay
mast be strong. To cery
all them toys. I like your
cloths and misses closes
to. I love your work but
whn crimes comes it is
Hard to get redy and not
be cooled. Plas your not
fat a dog is fat. I love
you.
Love Maci I hope your
Drimes Come true.

Dear Santa,
What I want for
chrismes is a DSI and a
fue earns. And a gold fish.
And a tak for it to live in.
And a laptop so I can play
gains on it. And $500.
Sensrle William

Dear Santa,
Santa I want a Dirt bike
and a mother cicle. I want
and toch screen phone. I
want another mp3 player.
I want a intend DS. I
want a for other my
size. I want every toy in


the world. I want games
moves, and a PS3
playstation three. I want
another PS2. I want a
xbox 360. I want the
WII to my self. I want a
car and a bus.
Your friend, Josh

Dear Santa, I want roller
skates for Christmas. I
want a horse for
Chrismas. I want a new
scooter for Christmas so
I can ride it! I want a
light blue ds for
chistmas. I want my very
own Ipod for Christmas
so I can listen to music
when ever I want to.
That's what I want for
Christmas. Love, Cindy

MRS. FRY'S
3RD GRADE CLASS

Dear Santa I have been a
very wonderful boy, I
would like for Christmas a
psp, a DSi, an x box 360
and a playstation 3 a
gameboy and ds and my
two back teeth, candy, a
puppy a club house a race
car and high heels for
Mrs. Fry, a motorcycle
and dimonds and cristles,
money,gold and I wished
it snowed and go outside
and play with snowballs.
Pedro Hernandez-
Napoleon

Dear Santa, I want for
Christmas is a DS game
and it is a fashion game.
And I want for my next
thing is braces for
Christmas.
Ariana Gienger

Dear Santa, I have been
a good girl. This is what
I want for Christmas, I
want a princess car, and a
Liv girl and a Maxie girl,
and 2 talking bratz, cloe,
and sasha, and I want a
phone, and a Barbie
doctor pet, and a tangled
toy castle, and a Vgea,
and a heart room and a
baby Alive all gone, and a
chiuaha, and a leapfrog
and a wii and a silvermist
from the movie
Tinkerbell, and a reindeer
and a brown horse and a
brown bunny.
Sincerly, Destiny
San juan


Dear Santa, I have been
a good girl. This is the
only thing I want for
Christmas. is a silver bell
off your sleigh and a ipod
touch. Love,
Heaven Files

Dear Santa, All I want
for Christmas is a sonic
color, cats and dogs and a
new dsi and sd card Can
you give my mom a new
car someday. From
Jeremiah T. Reed and
have a very Merry
Christmas, Happy New
Year.

By Christopher Gaylord
Dear Santa, for
Christmas I want a DS .
And I would like Lincoln
Logs for Christmas And I
would like some spy gear
for Christmas. And that's
what I want for
Christmas. Merry
Christmas.

Dear Santa, I have been
good. The first thing, I
want is my mom for
Christmas. I haven't seem
her in a wile. The next
thing I want is my
brothers for Christmas. I
haven't seen them in a


wile. The last thing I
want my mom, dad, and
my brothers be with me.
In conclusion, Those are
the three things I want
for Christmas.
Hailey Pagel

Dear Santa, There is
only one main thing that I
would like for Christmas,
here it is. Dear Santa,
the main thing I would
like is a Merry Christmas
and a happy new year!
Love Ariel Hodge
Merry Christmas

Dear Santa Claus, I had
been so good may I get a
laptop or a ipod or a tv or
a teddy bear or a bicycle
or a cell phone or a pair
of boots or a dsi and a dsi
game or a Barbie doll or a
baby doll or some red
heels or a puppy or a
whole bucket of books or
a outfit for school Can
you please try to get me
something for Christmas
And I hope you have a
merry cristmas Love,
Skyy Smith

By Jada Taylor
Dear Santa, I have been a
good girl. Santa do you
know what I want is a
Phone Presents IPod
camera , candy and get
my teacher high heels.
Merry Christmas

Dear Santa for
Christmas I want
heilcoptr, just joking.
First for Christmas I
want a venchquist dummy
if my parents hadn't gon
one and some proof if
your reel. Next for
Christmas I want a snow
cone machine and a claw
machine. Merry Christmas
Love Larson

Dear Santa, Merry Xmas.
I have been a little bad
but not real bad all I
want is a batman for
Legostar wii hen 10
gameboy, toy football.
Also watch more
pokeman cards, hot
wheels and sketchpad oil
pastel markers, paint
water colors frames and
last best of all for my
classmates and teacher
to have a merry
Christmas. Love Joseph
King

Dear Santa, I have ben a
good girl. I would like to
get high heel shoes. I
want a Dis game. I want a
reindeer and a secret
closet that opens. I
would like a clubhouse and
for my teacher to have a
black outfit. Her name is
mrs. Fry. I would also
like a present on my
birthday. Alante' nelson

Dear Santa, I would want
a pair of boots that I will
never tare them up. I
would want is a cool
coloring book. Last, I
would want a life saver.
Joseph Gibson

Dear Santa, I hope you
have a good holiday.....I
will tell you what I want
for Christmas. I want
some hero factory and
some bionicles. I do want
to meet you on Christmas
day. Christian Selph

Mrs. Henderson
3rd Grade Class

Dear Santa,
How are you and Mrs.
Claus? This year I would
like 3 things.


To begin with, I will love
a 4-wheeler.
In addition, a laptop.
Finally, I'm wishing for a
tough screen i-Pod.
Thank you for
remembering everyone in
my family.
Sincerely,
Ti'majanai Aikens

Dear Santa, How are the
reindeer? I hope good.
This year I would like 3
things.
To begin with, I would
like a puppy, a red-nose
pitbull puppy
In addition, I would like
my dog felx to come bake
to earth.
Finally, I'm wishing for
the world to stop wars.
Sincerely,
Macey Sadler

Dear Santa,
I wanted to ask you about
the elves. Theve worked
hard for Christmas. Tell
them I would like 3 things
for Christmas.
The first thing I would
like is a ipod Touch. I
have always wanted one
of those.
I would also want a puppy.
I would like a
pomeranieou puppy. I will
name it Jumper. I will
teach it how to jump.
Finally, I'm wishing for a
cellphone. I would like a
Lg phone.
Sincerely,
Jody Hill

Dear Santa,
How are you doing today?
This year I would like
Rapunzel's Braiding
friends make up. And
peace in the world. We
need it.
Thank you for all that you
bought me last year and
before.
Sincerely,
Jessica Pert

Dear Santa,
I hope you will come home
Christmas. This year I
would like 3 things.
To begin with, I would
like a dirt bike.
In addition, I would like
to get a psp.
Finally, I'm wishing for no
pollution.
Sincerely,
Cade McKinley

Dear Santa,
I hope your body is the
same size as your red
close, your reindeer can
save Christmas, Rudolph
has a red nose, he's the
leader of all the reindeer,
and your in a good mude.
I wish the whole world a
Merry Christmas.
Sincerely,
Cody Gaskins

Dear Santa,
How are your reindeer
doing today?
This year I would like
three things. Ipod Tuch
screen that is little,
laptop for Christmas, and
peace in the world.
Thank you for careing
about me.
Sincerely,
Heather Moreno

Dear Santa,
I've been good all year. If
it's not too much
trouble, I could ask how
Rudolph and the elf's are
doing. I have 3 things I
want this year.
To begin with, I would
like a new bike because
mine broke.
In addition, I would lik a
spygear watch. They have


a lie detector.
Finally, I'm wishing...world
peace for our soldiers to
come back safely.
Thank you Santa and
everyone else.
Sincerely,
Dylan McManaway

Dear Santa,
I hope the reindeer are
ok. This year I would like
3 things.
First, I would like X-Box
360 please.
Next, I think that a
electric guitar and a pick.
Last, I want the world to
have no dangerese
earthquakes.
Sincerely
Ian Willis

Dear Santa,
I want a PS3 and a PSP
and I want a buck hunting
rifle and a ipod touch and
a Ranger XP and I want a
air-soft rifle.
Sincerely,
Frankie Griffin

Dear Santa,
How are you and Rudolph?
This year I would like 3
things.
To begin with, I would
like a puppy for Crimas
because puppys are cute!
In addition, I would like a
4 wheeler.
Last I would like world
peace.
In conclusion Happy new
year.
Sincerely,
Makayla Rose Adams

Dear Santa,
I hope it won't rain this
year. This year, I would
like 3 things.
To begin with, I would
like a DS-I XL please.
Next, I would like a ipod
touch please.
Last, I'm wishing there
were no oil spills.
Sincerely,
Dustin Martinez

Dear Santa,
I wanted to ask you if I
can git a shotgun and a
fourwheeler. I wish that
the solgers would come
home. I hope that the
world will have a good
Christmas and that all
children will git what they
want.
How are the reindeer?
Wat is Mrs. Claus doing?
I will have some cakes
and hot milk retty for you
to eat.
How are you doing? Can
you fit in your suite. I
hope you can. I hope you
have a gud Christmas. I
hope the reindeer are
ready to go. What are
elfs doing? Are they
drawing or are they
wrapping the gifs.
I gust told 3 things I
want for Christmas.
Merry Christmas.
Sincerely,
Kale Twiggs

Dear Santa,
Hi Santa, how is Mrs.
Claus? I hope Mrs. Claus
is fine. This year I would
like 3 things.
I would like a DS with a
colr of blue on top, and
army men and world
peace.
In addition I wish there
would be no pollution or
oil spills.
Finally I'm wishing that
you can find my
pokemcards.
Sincerely,
Victor Perez

Dear Santa,
This year, I would like 3
things, I don't know if
I've been good all year
long.
To begin with, I would
like a toy train because I
don't have one.
In addition, when you
come here make sure you
go back safelly.
Finally, I'm wishing that
you have a merry


Chismise eve.
Sincerely,
Jarrod Fields


Dear Santa,
How are your reindeer ?
This year I would like 3
things.
First, I would like a new
home.
Next, I would like a rifle
and to kill a deer.
Last, I would like for
everyone to feel better.
Thank you for every
Chismas.
Sincerely,
Brayden Scott Mercer

Hurst 3rd Grade Class

Dear Santa,
I have been kinda good
and I wondered If I
could get a dirt Bike. And
a WWE DX cey chain.
Also WWE Word Life
Sweat Band.
WWE silly Bands, ipod
32 GP with itunes gift
card. And the most best
for all Merry Christmas
and I want moma a million
dollars.
Sincerely, Darren

Dear Santa,
I wish I want a XXL DSI
for Christmas because it
can take pictures and you
can pictochat. With my
sister and my friends and
I can play games and I
can go online.
I wish for a scooter
because you can drive
around the block and you
can do tricks. You can do
a donut.
Tyree

Dear Sant,
I want a pant ball gun for
christmas and every one
to have a good Christmas.
And I want a get back
plase send me these
things. And an X box.
For a long time now let us
have a good Christmas to
all the people ound the
Earth.
Your Frind Reagan

Dear Santa,
All I want for Christmas
is a bright blue DSI and
to be just like you. I
want people to look up to
me like they do to you.
When I die, I want to be
remembered from all
around the world. I want
people to write
biographies about me. I
want kids to say wow, if
Tori can do it so can I.
What I mean is, you were
a little kid and when you
grew up you are Santa
Claus! You are part of a
holiday!
I also want you to get my
mom, dad, twin sisters,
brother, and my brother's
girl friend Anna. I think
my mom would want a
book by Ridley Pearson.
My dad would like hunting
gear and just give Tamara
some jeans from Holister
and Tara would like
something for her
daughter, Addyson. Give
my brother some cash
and give Anna some tools.
Make my eye sight better
so I won't have to wear
glasses.
Yours Truly, Tori

Dear Santa,
This year I want a Disney
pass and a new DS game
and a day spa set if you
can't find it just send me
the mask recipes. What
is your favorite cookie?
Are the elfs good help? I
hope everything is going
great up in the North
Pole!
Thanks for all the
presents you have sent in
the past! Me and my
sister agree that you are
awesome! P.S. I also would
like the book The Diary
of a whimpy kid "The Ugly
Truth."
Merry Christmas
Lily

Dear Santa,
I want a spy car and a
remote control four


weeler and a remot
control hellowcloter.
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Dear Santa,
I want 3 X-Box 360
games. And a strat-talk
phone. The one that slides
so you can just slide it
open and you can text.
And I want a nerf gun.
The nef gun I want it is
called a stand pead. It is
cool because it holds 16
darts at a time. And you
can take it apart and it
turns into little guns. And
a game called Monply
game. You get to be a
shoe and more stuff. And
I want a brand new DSI
game. And that game is
Black opes.
From, Dylan

Dear Santa,
I wanted to know if I
could have a few things
that I really really want.
If you think I have been a
good girl please pick 1, 2,
3, or 4 toys on this list and
give them to me on
Christmas eave. I would
like some new Church
heels and dresses, new
black boots, a new pretty
pretty Gator or black or
white sparkilly shorts or
shirt for me to do baton
dance while I practice
outside. The last thing,
some new play and sweat
shorts, pants, shirts to
play in. I gess that's all I
can think of. I also want
to wish you a Merry
Christmas.
Love,
Camdyn

Dear Santa,
I hope you the eleves, and
your wife will have a
special holiday and get
presents and Santa I love
you because you are
special.
P.S. Happy Holiday
Briana

Dear Santa Cluse,
All I want for Christas is a
four wheeler and a
pelitmchin gun the whole
set of pelit guns. I want a
DSi and Army games for
the PS2 and to bring joy
to the world. I would
also like a army hat,
bnockulrs, suit, canteen,
army weapons and spy
gear. Love, Adin

Dear Santa,
The things I want for
Christmas I would
like.......DS, NEW shoes,
new clothes, new jacket,
make up kit, and a lunch
box. I would like to see
you once in a while because
I hear you make a pretty
good Santa Clause, if only
I could see you this would
be the best Christmas in
the whole wide world thru
the entire universe.
MERRY CHRISTMAS
EVERYONE!!!!
Love,
Ladasia

Dear Santa,
I want a new Xbox 360
kinnect and the call of
duty black ops, a new
handle for my Xbox360,
Halo reach and a dsi XL,
new game. The two games
I want is sims 3 and fable
3. I just want a new nerf
gun.
PSI love you
Sinserly, Jimmy

Dear Santa,
I want a battery operated
dirt bike another hunting
game for the wii some
pellets for my and Austin's
pellet gun Mario cart wii.
A old western movie.
Some cap guns like
Garrett has. A cowboy hat,
some handcuffs and the
stuff you always bring me
Please and thank you Santa
Clause. How are the
Raindeer? How old is
Rudolph and Mrs. Clause?
Your Friend,
Merry Christmas!
Brent

Dear Santa,


I want for Christmas is a
Xbox 360 and two games
to it and a mp3 player and
a nerf gun and a go cart


for Christmas tow games
to my DS the gams I want
is Logo batman and a
scooter.
Gregory

Dear Santa,
I would like a wii a scooter
that you set on. Whatever
you bring I bet I will love
it. You are really Great at
making stuff for little
kids and big kids.
I hope me and my sister
are on the good list. If you
get this please right me a
letter again. Tell Mrs.
Claus that I said Hi and
the elfs. Give the elfs a
big thank you and Mrs.
Claus for all the hard
work. Can I have a DSi to.
My sister would like a
Tinkerbell toy or a
SPongebob toy. My dad
would like jeans. My mom
would like a little Charlie
Brown tree for there bed
room. I would like the
whole series of the
Blizzard Disasaster! I
want to wish a Merry
Christmas too.
LOVE Hannah

dear Santa,
I want a new I pod for
Christmas. Because I like
to lessen to music on long
trips, and I like to Dance.
I want a I pod for
Christmas because. I like
to lissen to music when I
go on long trips like to
(WV) West Virginia. one
my old one I had 100
songs.
When I lissen to music I
like to Dance one time my
hole family started to
dance from my moms ipod
it was fun in West Virginia.
Love, Blake

Mrs. Lambert's
3rd Grade

Dear Santa,
Merry Christmas! I would
like a little laptop, a xbox
game called blakops, the
internet, a pas, and a
internet cable that is
buryable. Please! Love,
Daniel Wallace

What I want for
Christmas is my family and
some food for all the kids
in the house. For my sister
a new laptop. For my cusin
a phone. For his brothers
and sisters toys. For me,
brother, and sister a bike.
For my cusin a bike too.
For my mom, dad, aunt,
grandma, and uncle a new
car. For me a bisart. For
all my family closth, house,
tv, phone, and jacket. May
I have an ipod and I pad
mp3? Please bring some
books. How do Reindeer
fly? What is your favorite
cookie? Say hello to Mrs.
Claus and Merry
Christmas!
Sincerely, Alexis Ramirez

First Merry Christmas can
you send me a photo of you
and your elves and your
reindeer? I hope my
friends Silvero gets
better from his eye. Next
why do you where red
clothes? Say hi to
everyone especially Mrs.
Claus. What kind of
cookies do you like? I hope
you like our Christmas tree
and find my Christmas
card. Heres a hint its
under my photo when I was
in 2nd grade. Sincerely,
Arturo Santos

How do the elfs make the
toys? How do you manage
to take care of the elfs?
I have been very good. I
was thinking about you
everyday and you are my
idol always! I love you so
much. Love, Bree
Monismith

May I please have a laptop
and I which you a Merry
Christmas and a Happy
New Year! Say hi to Miss
Claus! Love you Santa!


Love, Elexis Cason

Merry Christmas! May I
please have a new outfit?


Would you please bring me
a new bike? Santa I have
someone that is lonely and
that is granney. How can
your reindeer fly? Why do
you where a red suit?
What is your slegh made
of? Say hello to the elves
for me. Have a great
Merry Christmas! Love,
Julian

How do reindeer fly? May
I have a jerman Shepard,
laptop, Breyer horse, and a
breskoler. I wood like a
breskoler! . Merry
Christmas! Love, Anna
Howard

I have a big question for
you. How many toys do you
stuff in your bag? Can you
give me a skateboard and a
psp please? Can you eat
the cookies and drink the
milk? I will give you
something and you can give
me a ds present. I do not
know if I have been a good
boy or not. I will ask my
parents if I have. Merry
Christmas and have a good
one. One more question.
How do reindeer fly? See
you later! Ho Ho Ho!
Merry Christmas! From,
Robert Osburn

I have some questions I
want to ask you. Why is
Rudolph nose red? How do
your reindeer fly? Can you
please say hello to Mrs.
Claus? Merry Christmas!
For this Christmas I will
want a central remout for
the wii and the game
tangled for the wii. Thank
you for all the gifts you
gave me. I have a wish
that everyone will be
happy on Christmas eve.
Love, Karen Arrequin

I wont to ask you some
questions. Santa I been
wanting clothes and new
shoes. I will leave you
cookies and milk if you
come to my home. May I
see Rudolph? I do believe
in you. Some people say
you are not real. I will
leave you a special candy
cane for you. You are the
best! I will try to come on
the polar express to see
you and your elfs. May I
borrow one? Sincerely,
Kenneth Ivey

Ho Ho Ho Merry
Christmas! May you please
say hello to Miss Claus and
the reindeers? I have
been very good. How do
reindeer fly? Just look
around my house for the
cookies and milk. May I
please have a laptop and
some new earrings please?
But please don't make me
wake up. I wake up very
easily. So can you come and
give me a hug and kiss. I
LOVE YOU SANTA! Love,
Ahna Matthews

Merry Christmas! I love
you so much Santa! What
I would like for Christmas
is a golfcart, a 100 dollar
bill, a laptop, a puppy.
Please. Thank you. Love,
Makayla Scott

I just want to come to the
north pole and I also want
to see my uncles and aunty.
I want a laptop, a game
sistum, a scooter, a new
bike, a new gator, some
books, a flat screen tv,
new shoes, new cloths, a
desk like a teacher has to
go in my room, a new bed, a
chair to go with my desk, a
new puppy, a new cat, a
horse, mp3 player, and a
new cakalater. From,
Unique Ailep
Merry Christmas! Tell
Mrs. Claus I said hello. I
want a barbie doll. How do
Reindeer fly? Where do
you get the toys? Where
do you live? Can you send
me a picture? I have been
very good. Do you laugh a
lot? Say hello to the elves.


How do you climb through
a chimney? What kind of
book do you like? Love,
Shintina Watts


How do reindeer fly?
Thanks for the letter last
year and the presents.
Say hello to the elves,
reindeer, and Mrs. Claus
for me. Can you please
wake me up when you
come? I would love to see
you and take a short ride
in your sleigh. How do you
get down the chimney with
your big sack of toys?
May I have batteries for
my Kodax camera? What I
really want for Christmas
is a phone, a Moxie Teen,
LaLa Loosy, A Piggy in a
teacup toy, and the doll
with the goldish hair. I
forgot her name. Love,
Madison Bost

I would like to have a kid
gokart. Will you bring me
that? Please! Sincerely,
Devon Walker

Mrs. Joyce McIntosh's
3rd Grade Class

Dear Santa,
I want Xbox360 Kinect,
Pocket knife, Jerky can,
New brother, Hamhocks,
PSP, PSP Games, PS3, PS3
Games, No School,
Girlfriend, WallyWorld, No
sisters, recliner, Droid 2,
Laptop, interNet, New
room, solid gold House,
EnFinity cupcakes,
Bunkbeds, Droid, PSP
memory card, PSP games.
Sincerely, Nicho Lyras

Dear Santa,
I want a ipod "Music", PSP,
DSi, Camra, Nerf Mosing
gun, fool wheeler, Diray
with a key, 410 gun,
Thank you, Coby D'Elia

Dear Santa,
I want a Laptop. I want a
will. I want a fouweller. I
want a Dip-in-dot. The
biggest thin that I want is
a puppy. I want a aqua
sand. I want a Mario Kart
for DS. I want a new
backpack. I want a new &
nicer Haster. I want a
Dokey Kong & Mairo
mainland DS game. I want
every thing a dog needs. I
want a cupcake maker.
Happy Holidays,
Taylor Royals

Dear Santa,
May you pleas get my mom
A new car. And my Brother
His Game. And my sister a
loaD of stufft Anmals. and
me a Dog with every Thing.
and my DaD a Transmihion
and my uncle Ben a car and
a House for with a good
Bed.
Good Cremis,
Thossie Wiliams

Dear Santa,
May I get a phone with a
tuch sceen so I can call my
mommy. Can I get a
monster tuck mocontrol car
so me and my dog can play
with it. And Santa when I
am 18 can I get a car praty
please. And I want a Wii,
Xbox 360, PSP, Playstaion
3 and 2. Can I get the Diry
of the wipy kid the ungly
thut book. Can I get a cat.
Love you Santa,
Simeon Cummings

Dear Santa,
I won't a baby alive
Because she can walk, talk,
in eat. And I won't a
easybake because you can
cook cookies, cake, in
cupcakes. In I won't a DSi
Because you can play
game. In I won't BraZ that
talk. In I won't a zoo zoo
pets they run around a pin.
In I won't a icily the game.
Love, Lamari McQuay

Dear Santa,
First I wod like A
Xbox360 and a DSi.
Second I wod like a 20 gh
shotgun and some shotgun
shells. Third I wod like my
fourwheeler fixed. Fourth
I wod like A new cell
phone. Fith I wod lik A


new Ipod. Sixth I wod like
some new shoos that ar
jordans. Seveth I wod like
A new lil wanye young
mony shirt. 8 I wod like A


DC hat that is Blak and
gray. 9 I wod like A
leather jachet. 10 I1 wod
like A new Backetball and
football
Denver Perry

Dear Santa,
What I want for
Christmas is a fullwheeler
and can you Make it Black
and white please Make
The helmet white and
make The helmet pop
right off of Me and it
never runs out of gas and
can you Make it fly high in
The sky and can you put a
TV in it and Make it Jump
really high and you Make
it turn into A DirtBike
with twice has Much as a
real one
Have a great Day
Tyler Meador

Dear Santa,
I you has seen me what I
am being bad or not so I
hope I get what I want
for Chrismas and hope you
give my dad what he wants
for is birthday on 23 so
he can have a happy
birthday so I will tell you
what I want for Chrismas.
I want a D.S and more
glowing Stars but
different & a bunny, a new
bike, a pet hamster, candy
but not to much and a
horse because I love
horses and a pet turtle
and Santa I think that's
all I want and something
eles have a Happy
Chrismas!
Yours truly,
Azucena Gonzalez
Merry Christmas!

Dear Santa,
I want a PSP, DS games,
New clothes, a little toy,
dirt bike, a colering book,
playstaion 2, a puppy, a
ipoD, New gas bump
books, a tony hawk game
the new version, a bibigun
a forweller, a chocho train
and any other toys.
Your truly,
Ryan Powell

Dear Santa,
I would like to have a
ZumZum Pet, and a BaBy a
live, and some Judy B.
Jones Books, a Barbie, a
frog like the one By the
t.v. in Mrs. McIntosh's
class on the lift. And a
alorm clock to get me up in
the morning, a soft Bed
not like the one I got at
home my wood one, a
alBtop, a flat sceen t.v!
viteo BarBie, and a talk
Back Brat Doll and a Pet
turtle thank you.
See you soon,
Hope M. Watson

Dear Santa,
I want a intindow DSixl
and the game sonic cars
and I want a wii and the
game of Doney Kong
country retrens and
Xbox360 and some toys
of Donkey Kong and bower
and bower JR and Sonic X
toy and shadow and Yoshy
and Mario and Liuigy.
Sesly, Eder Romulo Perez

Dear Santa,
I want PS2, Xbox360,
radio, PS3, flat screen tv,
labtop, cellPhone, Bunny,
hamster, candy, cd Player,
smackdown vs. Raw 2011
wii game, toys, John cena
shirk, John cena
ExPereince DVD, John
cena hat, John cena
neckles, Nerf Gun.
Hope I see you soon,
Alex Hawkins

Dear Santa,
I Want a Wii sPorts Resot
&, a flat screen tv &, a
Xbox360, &,PSP,
&,PS3,Laptop, cellphonee,
Pet puppy, &Bunny, a Bike,
a bed, hamster, Chocette,
CD Player, guitar, guitar
hero, dj hero, toys,
spongeBoB potser, Phens
and Fherb Poster, all the
Poseters, nerf, Mario


Super Star, nerf
instriker.
Sinerly,
Roger Baker


Santa Letters
Roberta Richmond/
Mrs. Roberts ELP class
2nd and 3rd grade

Dear Santa,
I have been being the
best I could be. We will be
watching you on the Sat a
Traker so we can go to bed
on time. I can't wait until
Christmas Eve and
Christmas Day!! I'm
thinking about you I would
like an IPOD or IPAD for
Christmas.
Sincerely,
Landon Bland

Dear Santa,
I've been thinking about
you lately. How is Mrs.
Claus? I would love to
know how you get to
everybody's
House in one night. I can
name all of your reindeers:
Dasher, Dancer, Prancer,
Vixen, Comet, Cupid,
Donner,
and Blixen. I would like to
know what your favorite
cookie is?
Just in case you would like
to know, I would like a
little sister for Christmas.
I'd also like barbies, a real
camera, something from
Fairy tale jewelry, 80's
blanket, 80's clothes, and
whatever else you think I
should have. You don't have
to get me everything on
my list but I would like
some.
Merry Christmas.
Your friend, Rylea Meyer

Dear Santa,
It's me Addison. I want to
know how it's going up in th
eNorth Pole? I just need
to talk to you about a few
things like
Last year. I just don't
want to hurt your feelings
but I really didn't need all
those pet shops. All I
really want is a bike.
Oh, did I forget to
mention to ell everyone,
"Hi", and that they are
doing a good job getting
gifts ready. One more
Thing, did you remember
my mom, Rianna, when she
was a child?
Have a happy ti me
delivering presents.
Sincerely, Addison Elliott

Dear Santa,
I've been good all year. I
hope y ou like the mints
and cookies we are going
to leave for you this year
We also plan t o leave you
a nice, cold bottle of Coca-
Cola. If you are ready, I
would like a new Barbie
House:"The Dream House".
I would also like a
chestnut colored
Appaloosa or
A bay horse. Yes, I would
love a grand piano or an
organ found in Big Wheel
Market Place. If possible,
I would like a clean room
and a t ree house. One big
request would be that I
would really like to be able
to do the monkey bars and
to have fun in Girl Scouts.
If you would like to buy
some Girl Scout cookies, I
will leave the order blank
out for you to fill in. My
fish has asked me to talk
to you about a new
aquarium.
Love, Anne Sedgley

Dear Santa,
You are the nicest person
I know because you give to
kids all around the world! I
am very excit ed this
Christmas because this is
my sister's first
Christmas. Santa, have I
been good all year? Please
write me a note on
Christmas Eve when you
visit my home.
How is Sancer, Prancer,
Comet, Cupid, Vixon,
Dasher, Donner, Blitzen
and Roudoph ?
I would really like: Pillow
Pet, Gumball Machine, rock
polisher, Crayon Maker,


Panda and Zebra Lit test
Pe tshop Toys, jewelry set,
and a trampoline.
Love, Katelyn Floyd


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Letters to Santa


Dear Santa,
Today I have been doing
a lot of thinking about you.
How are you and all of your
reindeer? Hey, I have
been good this year. Iaced
my writing test. Oh yeah, I
think you may have gotten
the news my dad's truck
caught on fire and he could
use a replacement. What
are you thinking about
getting my brother Henry?
I would like a camo
crossbow. They don't make
all the noise that guns
make. A compound bow is
kinjda hard to shoot. A
crossbow would be
perfect.
Love,
Jonathan Moseley

Dear Santa,
I'm wondering how you
get presents to kids all
across the world in one
night. You are the best
person.
My name is Carlee
Cashwell. I've been good. I
think I've been good. I
have sent you a Christmas
list. I'm sure you have
already looked at it. Hey
thank you for last year's
trampoline.
You are awesome.
Love,
Carlee Cashwell.

TOMLINSON'S 3rd
Grade Class

Dear Santa, My name is
davon. And I want 2k10
basketball for my psp. And
2k11 Micheal Jordan
basketball for my xbox
360. And NCaaII for my
xbox 360. And fight night
round 4 for my playstation
2 and deinatly a
fourwheerler.andfinally a
Micheal Jackson cd.
Sincerely Davon T.
Beckwith

Dear santa,
I want some furry boots, a
build a bear that I can
make by myself, a mp3, a
landy antaeblla cd, some
jeans, labtop, some socks
and a brown and white
horse.
Love, Mariah A Shearer
Age 8

Dear Santa I whont an
xbox360. Dear santa I
would like if you could get
a dirt bike. Love Gavan

Dear santa cluas for
Christmas I want a dirt
bike or a golf cart.
Love, Seth age 8

Dear Santa,
My name is Shelby and I
want a baby that crawls
and walk and a baby that
bounses and a horse and a
phone and a laptop for
Christmas. Love, Shelby. I
am 9 years old.

Dear Santa,
I want a Jutin Bieber
poster, a real flip phone, a
bulldog that is 4 months
old like Miss. Tomlinson's, a
mp3 player, and a moxie
girl hair set and a laptop
that is real. And a white
horse named Snowflake.
Grace, I am 10 years old.
Dear Santa, if you can git
me a computer. Thank you!
Love Alexis Browning. Age
8

Dear Santa,
My name is William.
I want a 4 wheeler
I want to be in football
I want to have a latop.

Santa,
I am so cool I am cooler
then you. I am 8. I go to
school. I am so smart and I
am so smart I know you
are not real.
I would like a pise of the
Erth jist for me. I want 30
banks.
Love Pablo Oliva age 8 to
santa my best firnd. You
and I are so cool!!!!


Dear Santa,
My name is Kaylee. I want
a new bike and Babby
algone and a bounsing
Bableds and a icarly
poster.
I am 8 years old!

Dear santa, I want of
chrismes is a cute puppy
and my name is Milly
Uribe-Romulo and Marry
chrismes!!!
I love you!!!

Dear Santa. I want for
Christmas is a phone a
labtop and a mt car with a
roemote.
Danay Brown age 9

DEAR santa, if you can get
me a dirt bike this year I
will be happy.
But can it be gas!
Love, James Foley III

Dear Santa: what a mp3
player Duanna Williams age
8

Dear Santa,
I want 1,000 dollars.
From Jeffrey, age 9

Mrs.Renita Kelly's,
Branford Elementary,
3rd Grade students

Dear Santa,
How are you doing? Could
you get me a DS and
something for my hair? I
also want something for
my family and a little
something for my class. I
want a MD 3 player and an
touch and some cool new
close and gumstons and
all the hearing that you
have and also some candy.
Thank you Santa.
Love,
Serena Adams

Dear Santa,
How are you doing? I hope
you have a great Christmas
and I hope you come
to my house and give me
some presents. I want a
PS3 and an ipod touch.
Thank you,
Kristophfer Farmer

Dear Santa,
Could you please get me a
bebe gun and some bebes?
Thank you,
Nicholas Lumpkin

Dear Santa,
I would really like a sock
monkey for Christmas.
From,
Savana Shattuck

Dear Santa,
I would like a security
cameras and live traps and a
remote control
airplane. That's all I want.
Craig Lamb

Dear Santa,
I would like an ipod that I
can watch a movie on and I
could here the
music ant the same time.
Please Santa. I love you!
From,
Cherish Boston

Dear Santa,
How have you been? I've
been doing so fine. I would
like to have a dirt
bike and another PSP. My
brother broke mine.
Thank you Santa.
You're the Best!
Joshua Boyd

Dear Santa,
Thank you for every thing
you do for me. Hear are
some things I would like
for Christmas. I would like
some DSi games and
gameboy games.
From,
Codey Holtzclaw

Dear Santa,
It is close to Christmas
and these are a few things
I would like "toys and
friends". That is what I
would like for Christmas.
PS. Thanks for everything
and Merry Christmas.
Heaven Morrison


Dear Santa,
How are you doing? How
are your reindeer? How is
Mrs. Clause? I would like
a new dirt bike and an ipod
touch and a computer case.
From, Wyatt Miller

Dear Santa,
How are you doing? Thanks
for all you do for me. Have
a nice Christmas.
Dalton Allen

Dear Santa,
How are you doing? How
are your elfs doing?
Christmas is coming and
what I
want from you this year is
an ipod touch some new
shoes and some new black
boots.
Thank you, Santa.
Love,
Adrianna Saavedra

Dear Santa,
How are you doing? I want
you to bring me a PSp for
Christmas. Santa, you
are the best. When are
you coming to my house? I
would like a computer.
Happy Holiday,
Miqueas DeLeon

Dear Santa,
I would like an ipod please.
Luis Xithe

Dear Santa,
Thanks for all you do. I
already sent you my whole
list but here are a few
things I would like, a
mashedy, 4 wealer and a
puppy. I'll see ya next
year. PS be ready for next
year I'll have more on my
list.
Thanks,
Brock Lewis

(This last child does not
celebrate Christmas, but
wanted to write a
letter too. Please add this
to the paper if possible.)
Dear Grandma,
I miss you. I hope you have
a good trip to Jamica.
Make sure you take
pictures while you are
there. I love you. Also
Happy 50th Annerversery.
We
put your plants in the
house so they wouldn't die.
Hope you have a good
trip on the cruse ship.
Love,
Kiana Thompson

MRS. ARNOLD
Kindergarten

Dear Santa,
Hi Santa I love you. May I
have some pretzels and
chicken nuggets. Thank you
Santa, Love Keon Fielder.

Dear Santa,
Hi Santa. May I have
moon dough? Thank you
Santa. Love Christopher
Roberts.

Dear Santa,
Hi Santa! May I have a
Barbie doll please? Thank
you. Love, Jacklynn
Howard
Dear Santa,
I like you Santa. Please
give me a scooter and a
Teddy bear. Thank you.
Love, Blake Douglas.

Dear Santa,
I love you Santa. Please
give me a make-up set and
a doll. Thank you. Love
Gabriela Gonzalez

Dear Santa,
What is your favorite
food? Please give me a
train and a motorcycle.
Thank you. Love Hunter
Garland.

Dear Santa,
Do you have a family?
Please give me a DSI and a
train. Thank you. Love
Sara Spradlin.

Dear Santa,
Do you like to play?
Please give me a


transformer and a bicycle.
Thank you. Love, Adolfo
Santiago.


Dear Santa,
I like Santa. Santa I love
you. Santa may I have a
book and Barbie Doll?
Thank you Santa. Love
Miriam Quiterio

Dear Santa,
I love you. Santa may I
have a face paint and a
camera? Thank you,
Santa. Love, Kamaryn
Stover.

Dear Santa,
I love you Santa. May I
have a truck and a car?
Thank you. Love, Cooper
Voss\

Dear Santa,
May I have a make up set?
Thank you. Love, Reanna
Wood

Dear Santa,
I love you Santa. May I
have a good toy? Will you
please give me a scooter?
I love you Santa. Love,
Brayden Law.

Dear Santa,
I love you. Can I have a
hamster and a playhouse
with food? Thank you.
Love, Anne Rodriguez

Dear Santa,
How are you? Please give
me a DSI and a bicycle.
Thank you. Love, Daron
Morris

Dear Santa,
I love you Santa. Please
may I have a guitar? Hi
Santa. I love you. Love,
Yazmin Dye.
Dear Santa,
I love you. Please may I
have a toy truck and a
book to read. Thank you.
Love, Dalton

Janell Miracle
1st Grade Class

Dear Santa,
I want 3 things Christmas.
First,I wold like Xbox 60.
Next, I wold like DS.
Last, I wold lik books.
I wold like for Christmas 3
things.
Love,
Emanuel

Dear Santa,
I would like 3 things for
Christmes.
First,I would like a Bousr.
Next, I would like a
transet.
Last, I would like a DS.
In conclusion, These are
the 3 things that I want
for Christmas.
Love,

Tyler
Dear Santa,
First I would like a
electric scooter.
Next, A new Wii.
Last. A pool.
In conclusion, this is
everything that I want for
Christmas.
Love,
Avery

Dear Santa,
I want 3 things for
Christmas.
First ,I would like a Barbie.
Next, I would like electric
scooter.
Last, I would like MP3.
In conclusion,These are
the 3 things that I want
for Christmas.
Love,
Tiffany

Dear Santa,
I would like 3 things for
Christmas.
First, I would like electric
scooter.
Next, I would like bicycle.
Last, I would like Barbie
Doll.
I hope you had a great
year!
In conclusion, These are
the 3 things that I want
for Christmas.
Love,
Amaya


Dear Santa,
I would like 3 things for
Christmas.
First I would like a laptop.
Next, I would like DS.
Last, I would likeXBox
360.
Love,
Dallas

Dear Santa,
I would like 3 things for
Christmas.
First, I would like a dog.
Next, I would like animals.
Last, I would like a guitar.
In conclusion, these are
the three things that I
want for Christmas.
Love,
Auguela

Dear Santa,
I would like 3 things for
Christmas.
First, I would like a robot
dog.
Next. I would like a pool
with toy animals.
Last, I would like many
stuffed animals.
In conclusion, These are
the 3 things that I want
for Christmas.
Love, Tieler Miller

Dear Santa,
I would like 3 things for
Christmas.
First I would like hills.
Next, I want fangs.
Last, I want a truck.
Love,
Ben


Dear Santa,
I would like 3 things for
Christmas.
First, I would like a
pinkie.
Next, I would like a
tattoo.
Last, I would like a Barbie
Jeep.
I wish you a Merry
Christmas.
Love,
Alexis

Dear Santa,
First I would like piano.
I would like a microfon.
Last, I would like a drum.

Love, Mya
Dear Santa,
I would like 3 things for
Christmas.
First ,I would like a tv.
Next, I would like a laptop.
Last, I would like a PSP.
I hope you had a great
year.
In conclusion, These are
the things I want for
Christmes.
Love,
Kandace

Dear Santa,
I would like 3 things for
Christmas.
First, I would like an Xbox
360.
Next, I would like PSP.
Last, I would like a Wii.
In conclusion, these are
the 3 things that I want
for Chrietmas.
Love,
Clay

Dear Santa,
I would like 3 things for
Christmas.
First, I would like
Next ,I would like
Last, I would like a truck.
In conclusion, these are
the 3 things that I want
for Christmas.
Love, Michael

Dear Santa,
I would like like 3 things
for Christmas.
First, I would like a PSP.
Next, I would like a
Xbox360.
Last, I would like a Wii..
I hope you had a great
year!
In conclusion, these are
the 3 things that I want
for Christmas.
Love,
Ryndarius


Melissa Bozeman
Kindergarten

Dear Santa,
Thank you for taking your
picture with me. Please
give me a cat.
Love,
Bradley Wildman

Dear Santa,
Thank you for taking your
picture with me. Please
give me a doghouse.
Love,
Kaitlyn Edenfield

Dear Santa,
Thank you for taking your
picture with me. Please
give me a Barbie.
Love,
Kearston Hernandez

Dear Santa,
Thank you for taking your
picture with me. Please
bring me a robot.
Love,
Drew Hurst

Dear Santa,
Thank you for taking your
picture with me. Please
bring me a toy football
man.
Love,
Mikal Lett

Dear Santa,
Thank you for taking your
picture with me. Please
give me a bell like from
The Polar Express.
Love,
Hope Moody

Dear Santa,
Please give me a toy
Thomas train.
Love,
Darrian Vasil

Dear Santa,
Thank you for taking your
picture with me. Please
give me a car.
Love,
Decordrick Coleman

Dear Santa,
Thank you f or taking your
picture with me. Please
give me a broom.
Love,
Dylen Combass

Dear Santa,
Thank you for taking your
picture with me. Please
give me a hat.
Love,
Key 'Asai Wilson

Dear Santa,
Thank you for taking your
picture with me. Can you
bring to me a bell?
Love,
Malena Marshall

Dear Santa,
Thank you for taking your
picture with me. Please
give me a cat.
Love,
Ahjarion Lovett

Dear Santa,
Thank you f or taking your
picture with me. Please
bring me a teddy bear.
Love,
Bruce Butler

Dear Santa,
I want a toy kitchen and
washer.
Love,
Bailee Richard

Dear Santa,
Thank you for taking your
picture with me. Please
give me a football.
Love,
Dontay McQuay

Dear Santa,
Thank you for taking your
picture with me. I would
like a kitchen.
Love,
Hannah Burcker

Dear Santa,
I want a truck.
Love,
Cecil Henderson

Dear Santa,
Thank you for taking your


picture with me. I want a
car.
Love,
Trey Phillips


FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17,2010


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