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Emmitt G. Coakley Memorial
Highway a Possibility
Dawn S. West
The life of Emmitt G. Coakley is
one that is deeply inscribed in many
hearts of the people of Callahan and
the surrounding communities. Many
educators who worked with him,
students who were taught by him,
and just friends adored his wonderful
smile! Mr. Coakley served as a teacher,
principal and substitute teacher. He also
served on the Nassau County Zoning
Board for many years. Emmitt G.
Coakley passed away March 6, 2014.
It’s the many of us who have mostly
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Thursday, October 30, 2014
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fond memories (I’m sure there are those
who have some not so fond memories)
that wish to remember him a special
way. He probably wouldn’t be behind
this because he was never concerned
about himself…always others. A small
group of friends got together and have
worked hard to try to get a portion of
US Highway 1, between 5th Avenue and
Old Dixie Highway, named Emmitt G.
Coakley Memorial Highway. The road
name will not be changed, just a couple
of signs placed in his memory.
In a recent Town of Callahan council
meeting, Resolution 2014-R23 was
approved which concerned renaming
a portion of US Highway 1, Emmitt
G. Coakley Memorial Highway. The
highway is state-owned however as
respect for the Town of Callahan and
protocol, the resolution went before the
council for approval. The resolution
must also go before the Nassau County
Board of County Commissioners and
then through state legislation. State
Representative Janet Adkins has been
very helpful and supportive of the
resolution.
“The main thing is not to change
the name but to honor and memorialize
the life of such a fine man,” said
Paul Schwend, Callahan resident and
businessman who attended the council
meeting. “He did so many great things
for so many in our town. It’s just a way
to honor him.”
“Mr. Coakley was a great leader
who was truly larger than life!” added
Callahan President Bobby Rau.
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voting will continue through Saturday, November
1 at the Callahan County Building and the Hilliard
County Building from 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. Election Day
is Tuesday, November 4 and the polls will be open
from 7 a.m. - 7 p.m. Voters must vote at their precinct
on election day.
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Harrison Retains an Attorney
Dawn S. West
The Callahan Town Council met
Monday, October 20 for their final
meeting of October. The first order
of old business was the second public
hearing on the Land Development
Regulations. The council was unable
to vote on the item because it was
not advertised. Town Manager and
Public Works Director Mike Williams
requested looking over the regulations
again to make some much needed
changes. Town Attorney Jeb Branham
advised the council to advertise the
item as it was voted on at the first public
hearing, with minor changes. “This
really needs to be passed as soon as you
possibly can,” added Branham.
The council once again discussed the
mutual aid agreement between Nassau
County Fire Rescue and the Town of
Callahan Volunteer Fire Department.
The council requested that Mayor
Shirley Graham re-send the agreement
back to the county for their approval.
In other business, Attorney Branham
advised the council that Carrie Harrison
has retained an attorney. “It’s not clear
what her (Harrison) intentions are. I
have been in contact with her attorney
but not at length,” said Branham. “She
has not paid the additional money that
was requested. It doesn’t sound like she
plans a lawsuit against the town but at
this point I don’t know. I’ll update the
council when I know anything else.”
Harrison is the town employee that
paid back over $40,000 to the town in
what was described as an ‘oversight’
in insurance payments. The town had
an auditor go back four years and that
was the amount he came up with to
be paid back. The town council later
decided that Harrison should also be
responsible to pay the auditors fees and
any attorney’s fees that occurred during
the investigation. The amount left
owing was $2500 that was to be paid by
October 1, 2014. Harrison is no longer
employed by the town.
Resolution 2014-R24 and Resolution
2014-R25 were both approved which
concerned sending the application for
the FRDAP Grant in the amount of
$50,000 each for Ewing Park Phase III
and Phase IV, for much needed upgrades
to Ewing Park.
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What a beautiful world God created!
I was the lucky one who got to go on
vacation last week! Because Jessie and
I are such a good team…no one even
realized I wasn’t around. How blessed I
am to have such a wonderful employee
and even better friend! She did a great
job in my absence. Thanks Jessie!
Roger and I were honored to take my
parents (Jim and Julia Stearn) to Pigeon
Forge, Tennessee last week and also
meet up with my sister and her husband,
Marci and Dave, and my oldest brother
and his wife, Dub and Carol for a
mountain get away! Mom and Dad had
a trip planned with their church however
the trip was canceled. We saw how
much Mama really wanted to go so we
all decided to make it happen. We made
the trip in two days. The first night we
stopped in Madison, Georgia. As we
began the second leg, we began to see
more of God’s beautiful creation. We
made it to Dillard, Georgia just in time
for lunch. We had lunch at the Dilliard
House. If you’ve never been there, it
is truly something to experience. The
restaurant itself is so neat and the
windows are huge. You just sit and
enjoy the beautiful landscape while you
eat and eat and eat! It is served family
style and you get as much as you want.
It was another great experience and
wonderful memory.
We couldn’t wait to get to our
cabin, as Roger and I were the ones
who found it. We were a little nervous
about how everything would be. It
was magical! We rented an authentic
mountain cabin, three stories tall, with
wood everywhere. It was beautiful.
Both porches stretched across the front
of the cabin with a breathtaking view
of the mountains. Each day brought a
different look as the colors continued to
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change. Our first morning there,
the temperature was around 45.
The morning we left it was a
chilly 39. The days were beautiful
as the temperatures soared only
into the mid 70s. It was perfect.
Marci, Dub and Carol trekked
out one morning to do a little
walking. They quickly realized
that we were in the mountains
not hills. Daddy and I chose a
short walk but it was a steep climb
back. Good thing I distracted Daddy
with some big acorns that I picked up
for decorating. Everyone kind of did
what they wanted to. I know Mama
didn’t stray far away from the deck and
the beautiful view. That’s really all she
wanted to do. She was so content and
that made us all happy! We all went to
the Dixie Stampede one night for dinner
and the show. It was a great show and
good gracious at all the food. It was so
good.
We headed out one day and went to
the Old Mill Village. The decorations
up there are so amazing. I’ve never seen
so many pumpkins. It seemed like each
corner was decorated for fall…such a
beautiful time of the year. Roger made
sure to pick up some mulling spices for
our cider at Thanksgiving. Oh my…that
stuff smells so good on a cool night. I
can’t wait! We all finally met up and
went to eat at the Old Mill Restaurant.
I think we did do a lot of eating. That’s
what you’re supposed to do on vacation
right? Such a cool place to eat! Just
really good ‘ole country cooking and
lots of it! Marci made a stop at the candy
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A Fallen Rider
Dear Editor,
The rest of the story…A Fallen Rider.
There will be one less motorcycle on the
roads of Nassau County from now on. For
the people who live here and the families of
Veterans in hallowed earth, this biker will
be absent. They probably never knew how
much he cared for them. You see, here is the
rest of the story. Rocky Cleary was a huge
part of the placement of over 700 Flags at 18
cemeteries in the county. From Brickyard
to Deep Creek, Haddock to Mills, Callahan
Community to Buford Grove, Hilliard
Community to Jones, Live Oak to Kings
Ferry and many others. If you happen to see a
flag, he was a part of getting it there. He rode
everywhere, rain or shine, to reverently place
a flag. It was about the mission. No veterans'
grave would go without a flag.
Though as a Graverider, we don't get
to see the faces of friends and family when
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they visit a cemetery, he knew the happiness
brought when it’s known that a loved veteran
will not be forgotten. He was an original
member of the Blank Check Society (BCS)
of America, a plankowner of the Nassau
Chapter and a Ride Captain and Graverider.
He wore his colors with pride just like the
Red, White and Blue of old Glory. Rocky
tragically passed away last week and will be
tremendously missed.
Whether you rode with him or not,
his bond to this community made you his
brother, sister and friend. With perseverance,
we shall continue the mission. But if people
were to visit a cemetery, after the BCS has
placed flags, and just happen to notice that
a flag is missing. Do not worry, it only
means that Rocky is delivering hand to hand.
Condolences to his wife and family. Ride
hard, Ride far, Ride free, Ride in Peace.
Eric Lewis
Blank Check Society
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Roger and I trekked out to the
Roaring Fork Motor Trail. We were told
about it by his sister Rhonda. What a
beautiful place that was. The colors were
absolutely breathtaking and the ride was
amazing. Cade’s Cove is more open and
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Weight Watchers AMVETS Post
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Callahan Lions
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AA Meeting
8 p.m.
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Callahan
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9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
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Thanksgiving
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Callahan
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Events Around Town
NAMI will have their meetings at the Callahan
Library beginning Thurs. Nov. 6 at 2 p.m. Nov.
meetings will be Nov. 6, 13 & 20; Dec. meetings:
4, 11 & 18. NAMI stands for National Alliance on
Mental Illness. For information call (904) 310-9766.
Are you writing a novel this November? The
Callahan Library is hosting a kickoff party for
National Novel Writing Month Tues., Nov. 4, from
6-8 p.m. Come out and meet other local writers and
enjoy refreshments.
American Legion Post 401 will hold a Bake sale,
BBQ dinner and Yard Sale Sat. at the red light in
Hilliard. Bake and Yard Sale, 8:30 a.m. BBQ Dinner,
11:30 a.m. Veterans Service Organization (VSO).
The Barnabas Center needs volunteers the Hilliard
office Mondays 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. at the Sherriff's
Stop Station (corner of Pecan and CR 108). For
information, call Waldo Romero, Sr., at 845-2383.
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announced Natura Wines, produced
by Emiliana Organic Vineyards, the
world’s leading organic winery, and
Nassau County Extension are partnering
on an expansion of the UF/IFAS Nassau
County Demonstration Gardens at the
James S. Page Governmental Complex.
A partnership between Natura
and national nonprofit Keep America
Beautiful (KAB), which builds and
sustains vibrant communities, includes
a grant for Nassau County Extension’s
Gardens expansion project. The Natura
grant provided funding for installation
of soil, landscape bricks, a JerusalemThorn (Parkinsonia aculeate) tree and
companion plantings in an area next
to the Extension’s Palm Garden at the
Governmental Complex.
Included
in the landscape design for this area
are multiple installations of Yellow
Coneflower (Ratibida pinnata) and,
Purple Heart (Setcreasea pallida 'Purple
Heart') plants. Micro-irrigation was
installed to provide efficient watering
of the plantings. A stone retaining wall
accents the new area, aids in erosion
control and defines the area.
“We selected the Jerusalem-Thorn
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tree to feature in this new area because it
is a drought-tolerant, medium size tree,
growing to just 20-25 feet; it can take the
heat and has beautiful yellow flowers in
the Spring and Summer. It is an excellent
choice for Nassau County homeowners
who want a deciduous, flowering tree in
their landscape, with low-maintenance
requirements,” stated Jordi.
As part of the Natura and KAB
partnership, Keep Nassau Beautiful
supported the Natura grant to Nassau
Extension. Local business support was
evident in that the family of David Page,
recently-retired owner of Page’s Nursery,
donated the Jerusalem-Thorn tree in
honor of Mr. Page who has always been a
big supporter of Nassau Extension under
Rebecca Jordi’s leadership.
Nassau County Extension provides
practical education you can trust, to help
people, businesses and communities
solve problems, develop skills and build
a better future. Nassau County Extension
staff conducts programs in 4-H and
Youth Development, Agriculture &
Natural Resources, Environmental
Horticulture, and Family & Consumer
Sciences. For more information about
Nassau Extension programs, call the
Extension office in Callahan at 879-1019.
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Bryceville Community Club News
Actions Speak Louder Than Words
Pastor Ricky Dyal, North Hilliard Baptist Church
Here we are again in the fall of the year! I really love
this time of year and can't remember a time when the days
have been as beautiful as they have been this last week.
This time of year brings with it football, fall festivals,
hunting, fishing, holidays, celebrations and family time.
One of those holidays or celebrations is right around
the corner and is known as Halloween. I'm not going to
get into how Halloween came to be, what it means for
us or what we should or should not do. I will however
tell you this, some say follow your heart - Jesus tells us to
follow Him! Moms and Dads, if you send your kids out this Friday, how will they
be dressed? Who will they represent? Homeowners, as kids knock on your door,
what will you tell them? What will you give them? How about a good Gospel tract?
Instead of celebrating with ghosts, goblins, superstitious spells and blood curdling
acts, let's celebrate by representing and dedicating our lives to the life-saving blood
of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
We have yet another celebration this weekend and that's the Florida/Georgia
football game. As Christians, how will you act? What kind of witness will you be?
Remember this is just a game. Your relationship with Christ is real and eternal and
how we act during these times can make or break our witness for Christ.
We need to honor God in all situations. The word of God tells us in 1 Corinthians
10:31, “…that whatsoever ye do, do all to the glory of God.”
This means that we are to do everything we can to glorify God in all things,
all the time, everywhere, period! This doesn't just happen, as Christians we are
supposed to make sure that God is glorified in everything we do and say. As a child
of God our most important relationship should be with Jesus Christ. According to
Matthew 6:33, when our relationship with Jesus is first everything else falls into
place.
So, as we are all out celebrating this weekend let’s remember, be safe, be a
witness and do everything you can to honor the one who died for you.
The Bryceville Community Club held their monthly
meeting last Tuesday. The program featured several
candidates who are on the ballot in the November 4th
election. State Representative Janet Adkins spoke
on behalf of the Republican Party’s candidates for
Governor, Attorney General, Chief Financial Officer and
Commissioner of Agriculture.
Phil Morton elaborated on the
Democratic candidates for those
same offices. John Crawford
talked about the good and bad
aspects of the three amendments
listed on the ballot, while Pat Zeorlin gave a brief overview
of each of the five judges on the ballot for retention on the
Appellate Court of the First Judicial district. A covered
dish meal followed the meeting.
CMS to Honor Veterans
Callahan Middle School is inviting all Veterans Friday, November
7 to their cafetorium for their Annual Veterans Day Assembly. This
assembly is in honor of those who have served in our military to secure
the blessings of America's liberty. The assembly will commence at 10
a.m. and conclude at 11 a.m. Following the assembly, a brunch will be
provided for our heroes and their families. Please RSVP with Callahan
Middle School at 879-3606. The students look forward to honoring you
for your devout service in defending our country.
CES Warriors of the Week
Each week, Callahan
Elementary School
chooses a student to
represent their class
as the Warrior of the
Week. The students
are chosen by their
teachers for good
citizenship in their
class and at school.
Church News
The Old Gospel Barn Church, located at 45035
New Ogilivie Rd., Callahan, will feature Christian
Comedy with Stewart Stallings Fri., Oct. 31 at 7
p.m. & a gospel concert with Eternal Vision Sat.,
Nov. 1 at 7 p.m.
Joy Baptist Church will host the 4th Annual Camp
Meeting Nov. 2-5 and Homecoming. Sunday
services 10:30 a.m. & 6 p.m. Weekday services 9:30
a.m. and 6:30 p.m. The church is located across
from the Hilliard Winn Dixie, 859-6459.
Ephesus Baptist Church in Hilliard will have a Fall
Festival Saturday, Nov. 8 at 4:30 p.m. Food, Games
and Singing! Fun for the whole family! For more
information, call 845-3426.
First Baptist Church of Boulougne will be having
a clothes give away Sat., Nov. 1 from 8:30 a.m. – 2
p.m. The church is located at 28226 Church Dr.,
Hilliard. For information call 845-7286.
Amazing Pet Care, LLC
Pet Sitters & Dog Walkers
We travel to you!
7 Days a Week! 7 a.m. - 7 p.m.
FREE Consultation!
Email us at: [email protected]
Find us on Facebook: Facebook.com/AmazingPetCare
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Candy • Candy • Candy
Free Hotdog Dinner • Snow Cones
Funnel Cakes • Cupcake Walk
Popcorn • Bounce Houses
& Lots of Fun!
River Road Baptist Church
21067 County Rd. 121 • Hilliard • 879-1007
Operation Christmas Child Donations
Accepted at the Event (Not Required)
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Hotdogs
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Hair Studio
SR 200 • Callahan • Across from Dollar General
879-2323 • Walk-Ins Welcome!
Westside Journal N Thursday, October 30, 2014 N Page 5
Callahan Middle School Presents
Science Family Night
Wolfpack Soccer Champions
Tuesday, November 4 • 6-8 p.m.
Science Fair Awards Ceremony at 7:15!
It’s Science Fun for the Whole Family! Visit stations for cool science experiments
and demonstrations, shop the book fair and star gaze with high-powered telescopes!
Worried about dinner? We’ve got you covered! “Chicken House” dinners will be
pre-sold for the event and available for pick-up from 4:45-5:45 p.m. in the CMS
Cafeteria on the day of the event.
Profits from this sale will benefit the school's AVID program.
HES Volunteers of Year
Congratulations to the 2014 Fall Division 2 Callahan Champions!
Pizza with HES Principal
Hilliard Elementary School students that earned a specific amount of A.R. points
for the first nine weeks enjoyed pizza with their principal, Mrs. LeeAnn Jackson.
Senior Volunteer
Tom Harris
Volunteer of the Year
Cathy Harris
Student Volunteer
Alex Lewis
WNHS Warriors of the Week
Each
week
teachers, advisors
and/or
coaches
will choose two
students from West
Nassau to serve as the Warriors
of the Week for the school. The
students will be recognized and their
photos will appear on the front office
bulletin board.
PLANT CLINIC
Sarah Cooper
Brandon Mitchell
HUGE FALL
Festival
Great Prizes!
Raffles!
Drawings!
Christmas
Shop Early!
Vendor Event
Saturday, November 1st
1 - 5 p.m.
At Plantation Oaks Farm
45460 Hodges Rd. • Callahan
Buford Grove Baptist Church Teen Fundraiser
FREE Food • Bounce Houses • Games
Participating Vendors:
 Scentsy
 Velata
 31 Gifts
 Advocare
 Origami Owl
 Premier Jewelry
 Avon
 Mary Kay
 Rodan and Fields
 MY Maine Jewels
 Sophia's Party Bouncers
 Close to the Heart
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Hay Rides • Inflatables
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Poinsettia Sale
Keep Nassau Beautiful, Inc (KNB) announces its Holiday Poinsettias fundraiser. Plants
are $10, with a portion of the proceeds going to support KNB’s beautification and education
projects. The poinsettias are florist quality plants that come in 6 ½ -inch containers. Orders
will be taken until November 24. Colors include red, pink, white, marble (pink with white),
and jingle bells (red with white).
Orders will be available for pick-up early in December. This is a wonderful way to
beautifully decorate for the holidays while supporting a great cause. To place an order,
phone the Keep Nassau Beautiful office at 261-0165 or 1-800-977-0162.
Completely Fenced Event Area
More Parking • Quick Entry
The Anchor Church
"A ministry center for the family."
541798 US Hwy. 1 South • Callahan
Sponsored by The Anchor Church
A community partnership to provide safe environments for all.
On Monday, November 3, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Rebecca Jordi, Extension Director/
Horticulture Agent will conduct a Plant Clinic at the Yulee Extension office. All residents
are invited to bring plant samples showing problems in their landscapes. Problems will
be identified and solutions offered for correction. For information call 879-1019.
Page 6 N Westside Journal N Thursday, October 30, 2014
N New Beginnings & Milestones N
Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Pucket t
Laynie Marie O’Neill and Joshua Dale Puckett
were united in marriage September 27 at 4:30 p.m.
at the Hilliard Mansion.
The bride is the daughter of Hilda Bermudez
of Fleming Island and Mario O’Neill of Orange
Park. She is a 2010 graduate of Clay County High
School and is employed at Maple Street Biscuit
Company in Jacksonville.
The groom is the son of Rhonda Grant and
Kevin Puckett, both of Hilliard and the grandson
of Donnivee and Leon Puckett; and Vivian Ritsma,
all of Hilliard. He is a 2007 graduate of Hilliard
Middle-Senior High School and is employed at
Fastenal in Jacksonville.
Following a honeymoon trip to Gatlinburg,
Tennessee, the couple is residing in Fleming Island.
Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Paul
Jennifer Renee Dove and James
Richard ‘J.R.’ Paul were united in
marriage August 7 at 6:30 p.m. at the
Jacksonville Garden Club.
The bride is the daughter of Jamie
and Kim Dove of Callahan and she is
employed with McDonalds.
The groom is the son James and
Holly Paul of Streamwood, Illinois
and he is employed with FHI.
Serving as her daughter’s matron
of honor was Kim Dove; serving as
bridesmaids were Fran Pickering and Nicole Blanco. Serving as his son’s best
man was James Paul; serving as groomsmen were Nicholas Pickering and Andrew
Mercer.
Following a honeymoon trip to Orlando, the couple is residing in Jacksonville.
Grand Opening of Nassau Humane
Society’s Animal Rescue Center
Happy 1 st Birthday
Bentley Kyle Emery
Bentley Emery will celebrate his first birthday
October 31. He celebrated his birthday with a huge
party with lots of family and friends joining in
the fun. His proud parents are Jessica Lamp and
Dustin Emery.
Proud grandmothers are Fay Lamp of Callahan;
and Amanda Roddenberry of Folkston.
www.mywestsidejournal.com
or find us on Facebook!
The Nassau Humane Society is very
excited to announce the Grand Opening of
their new Animal Rescue Center located at
641 Airport Road in Fernandina
Beach on Friday, November 7.
Please join us at 11 a.m. for our
Ribbon Cutting ceremony and
then tours will be given from
11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. and 4 - 6
p.m.
Our new shelter provides
additional space for animal
rescue and indoor protection
from the weather. Capacity for dogs has
increased by 150%, from 25 kennels to 64.
The new cattery has additional space in the
open cattery for the 40-50 cats in our care,
as well as private areas for less social cats
or kittens. Dedicated space for adoption
counseling helps increase adoption rates.
Lab space allows us to care
for animals in a less stressful
environment.
This past fiscal year, the
Nassau Humane Society had a
record-breaking year and found
714 homes for our sheltered
animals. We provide food, a nokill shelter and medical care for
the abandoned, the abused, the
surrendered and the rescued. Our mostlyvolunteer organization strives daily to
bring people and pets together – enriching
the lives of both.
Live Oak Baptist Church
TURN YOUR TREES INTO $$$
Thanksgiving
DINNER
WE BUY TIMBER
invites you to a free
3 Acre Minimum
Bulldozer, Excavator and
Tractor Work Also Available
B&V TIMBER
Thursday, November 27 at 2 p.m.
Please call 879-3400 to make your reservation before November 9
(904)845-2804
O give thanks to the LORD, for He is good; For His lovingkindness is everlasting. 1 Chronicles 16:34
Live Oak Baptist Church
Hilliard
36178 Congregation Lane • Callahan
CALLAHAN FAMILY EYE CENTER
DISPOSABLE CONTACTS...
And FREE Eye Exam
Includes 2 boxes Disposable
Contacts, Exam & Fitting.
KID’S SPECIAL
Metal Frames &
Polycarbonate
Lenses
$
119
EYE EXAM, 2 PAIR
FRAMES & LENSES
159
$
(Contact Lenses Excludes Bi-focal & Toric,
Monovision & Colors)
Frames from Select Group
Single Vision Plastic Lenses
Single vision
plastic clear lenses
and frame. Frames
from special selection.
Add $20 per pair for FT.28 bifocals.
Stronger prescription additional fee.
Valid only with coupon. Not valid
with other offers. Expires 11-26-14
Valid only with coupon. Not valid
with other offers. Expires 11-26-14
Valid only with coupon. Not valid
with other offers. Expires 11-26-14
AV2
$
109
Eye Exam Included
GLASSES • CONTACTS • EYE EXAM
ALL THREE
1 Pair of Glasses
2 Boxes of Disposable Contacts
ACUVUE 2
Contact Lenses
$
159
FREE LENSES
With purchase of any
designer frame.
Frames start
as low as....
$
120
Excludes bifocal & toric, monovision,
colors extra. Frames from select group.
Single vision plastic clear lenses.
Add $20 per pair for FT.28 bifocals.
Stronger prescription additional fee.
Valid only with coupon. Not valid
with other offers. Expires 11-26-14
Valid only with coupon. Not valid
with other offers. Expires 11-26-14
We Value Your Vision
Your Eyecare Is Important To Us.
Callahan Family Eyecare takes special care to ensure your eye examination is thorough and complete.
542069 US Hwy. 1 • Callahan • 879-2020
Dr. Linda Marks • Dr. Gerald Koss
The patient and other person responsible for payment has a right to refuse to pay, cancel payment or be reimbursed for payment for any other service, examination, or treatment which is performed as a
result of and within 72 hours of responding to the advertisement for the FREE, discounted fee, or reduced fee, service, examination or treatment.
Westside Journal N Thursday, October 30, 2014 N Page 7
Girl Scouts Earn Badges
Girl Scouts from Troop 660 visited
the UF/IFAS Nassau Demonstration
Gardens recently to work on activities
to earn merit badges. Rebecca Jordi,
County Extension Director/Horticulture
Agent led the hands-on activities for
the participants. The juniors worked
on their Gardener badge
by preparing areas for
new plants, learning
how to properly plant
shrubs and flowers. The
cadettes were working
on their Trees badge by
learning how to measure
the height of trees, using
geometry. They also
measured the caliper
of 15 trees located at
the
Demonstration
Gardens. Tree data
collected will be used to calculate the
environmental impact of trees planted
at the Demonstration Garden.
Junior Troop 660 Leader Barbara
Moseley and Cadette Troop 660 Leader
Debbie Thornton brought eight of their
Scout to participate: Emily Thornton,
Grace Moseley, Morgan Moser, Alyssa
Osborne, Carissa Eggers, Lana Ng,
Macy Bagocius & Billie Ott. Rebecca
Jordi, County Extension Director/
Horticulture Agent (c) provided an
overview of County Extension's role in
sharing UF research-based information
with homeowners to help them make
the best decisions for their landscapes.
The Scouts were also given a tour of
the gardens and learned that all of the
plants had been selected because they
grow well here.
FREE Estimates
Tropic Aire
www.tropicaire.net
We sell and service all brands of cooling-heating systems!
SAVE NOW!
$30 OFF
Any Repair
JOHNSON'S
AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR CENTER
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OPEN SATURDAYS 8:30 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Price our
New & Used
TIRES!
Wash & Dry Fold
$1 Per Pound
879-3662 for more information
879-2250
Alterations, Leather Cleaning & More
Wedding Gown Preservation
Hours: Mon. - Fri. 8 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Debit & Credit Accepted
HYDROGRAPHICS by
MIKE’S OUTDOORS TAXIDERMY
Member Florida & National Taxidermy Association • Lic # 5702
TWN Certified Hydrographics
Quality Mounts with an Attitude
Offering Hydrographics Water Transfer Printing
for any items that can get wet!
Licensed FFL to do whole guns!
3 Dimensional Items • Skulls • Hunting Equipment
Auto/Truck/Marine Parts • Home Décor
904-266-4974 • 904-838-6821
on a New Home Comfort System!
#CAC057369
Mass times are as follows:
Saturday Evening
5:30 p.m.
Sunday
9 a.m. & 11:15 a.m.
541668 US Hwy. 1 • Callahan
Mike Andrews, Owner
LANDSCAPE MATTERS CLASS
Air Conditioning
& Heating Contractor
A1A
Cleaners
540425 US Hwy. 1 • Callahan
Camouflage • Wood Grain • Marble & More
Over 260 selections to choose from!
On Wednesday, November 5 at 10 a.m., Master Gardener Joanne Roach will
discuss composting and demonstrate how to create a kitchen compost container and
composter for your yard. The class will meet at the Yulee Extension office on Pages
Dairy Rd. The class is free and open to the public. Kitchen composting cans decorated
by Master Gardeners may be available for a donation of $5 each. For information call
the Extension office at 879-1019. Master Gardener volunteers are on office duty on
Fridays from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m., at 904-491-7340.
904-713-9600
Our Lady of Consolation
Catholic Church
We do OIL CHANGES!
PENNZOIL or CASTROL
879-6788
542721 US Hwy. 1 • Callahan
Page 8 N Westside Journal N Thursday, October 30, 2014
SERVICES
LONG ARM QUILTING AND CUSTOM SEWING.
Offering edge to edge and custom quilting, batting,
wide back fabric and binding. Call Chris at 904-9947608. tfn
A CLEANER WORLD! Your local commercial &
residential cleaning service! We also offer carpet
and tile cleaning, stripping and waxing of floors in
your home or your office with competitive prices!
Call today for a FREE estimate, 635-9964. tfn
BOB’S APPLIANCE AND MOWER SERVICE
Phone 845-2177, cell phone 904-446-7316, open
M-F, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. 37145 Alice St. Hilliard. Pick-up &
Delivery Available. tfn
PRO WASH PRESSURE WASHING. We pressure
wash anything, hot or cold water. FREE estimates.
Call 904-507-9263. tfn
A-1 AFFORDABLE CONCRETE, metal buildings,
slabs, driveways, pole barns, quality work at an
affordable price. Get your FREE estimates at (904)
307-4278. tfn
CALLAHAN ANIMAL HOSPITAL, Hours M-F,
8:30A – 6P; Saturday, 8:30A – 4P; Sunday, Noon4P. Online pharmacy, digital x-rays, laser therapy,
879-3775. tfn
HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING. Repairs, FREE
Estimates on New Installations. Same charge
weekends or After hours! $69 service call when you
mention ad! Licensed & Insured. Owner Timothy
Reeves, Reeves Climate Control (904) 238-8492.
AFFORDABLE TREE SERVICE, trimming/removal,
licensed and insured, difficult removal specialist.
FREE estimates. Call 904-845-3957. tfn
THE MOWER AND SAW SHOP! We service most
brands and types of lawn equipment. Pick up and
delivery available. 904-472-0600, Callahan. tfn
ART’S LOCKOUT SERVICE. Locksmith/Lockout
Specialist. Licensed, bonded, insured, 24/7
emergency services, auto, home, business. Serving:
Nassau, Duval, Charlton & Camden Counties. 904294-0314 or ArtsLockoutService.com. tfn
DIXON TREE & LAWN SERVICE. Business or
residential, full service lawn maintenance and tree
service. Firewood also available. Call 904-2198219. tfn
DOZER WORK, land clearing, debris removal,
culverts and driveways. Call Frank at 759-3900. tfn
FOURAKER MECHANICAL HEATING & AC.
Installation and service of all brands! Locally owned
& operated. FREE estimates! Call 945-5404. tfn
FOLKSTON LAUNDROMAT! We offer dry cleaning,
dry fold, alterations, 226 Oakwood Street, Folkston.
912-496-3071. tfn
Classifieds
Classified Deadline is Tuesdays at Noon
879-4180 • [email protected]
SERVICES CONT.
GULF COAST ALUMINUM, INC. Carports, Patio
Covers, Pool Enclosures, Screen Rooms, Wood
Decks. Call 904-845-4600; mobile 850-933-0582.
Licensed & Insured. 103014
BANQUET BARN! Over 4000sf of insulated heated/
air rental space for your reception, birthday party
and/or special occasions! Tables and seating for
150 people! Call 904-334-2897. eow
SOPHIA’S PARTY BOUNCERS, find us on
Facebook. Select waterslides or bouncers starting
at $100. FREE local delivery, FREE set-up.
Specializing in all party needs! We have everything.
Call 904-507-1345 or 904-507-1970. tfn
FOR SALE
FILL DIRT, SAND, TOP SOIL, CHEAP! 18-yard
load, Callahan/Hilliard area. Call 416-6082. tfn
BLUEBERRY PLANTS, 1 gallon, $3 and up;
Thornless
Blackberry
Plants,
Muscadines,
Persimmon, Pomegranates, Fruit/Nectarine trees
and more! Call 845-2686 or 318-6166, Visa/MC
accepted. 103014
FILL DIRT, Hard pan, sand, asphalt millings, 18yard load; and land clearing services. Call 904-8138898 or www.axismgt.com. tfn
ASPHALT MILLINGS for driveways, 8-yard truck,
$265/load. Call Frank at 759-3900. tfn
2002 30’ REAR LIVING CAMPER 5th Wheel
Dutchman Classic, new tires, 2 slide-outs, plenty of
extras. All you need to add is the food! Has been
shelter kept! $10,000. Call 879-7219. 103014
CHILDCARE
CHILDCARE AVAILABLE for 1 family in Callahan,
M-F, 6:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. CPR and First aid
certified. Call 904-924-4182. tfn
YARD SALES
HUGE YARD SALE, Friday & Saturday, 8 a.m. – 3
p.m., 36445 Elliott Rd., off CR 115, Callahan. Look
for signs!
FRIDAY ONLY! 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. 272919 Murrhee
Rd., Hilliard, 3 miles north on Murrhee from US 1.
Look for signs! Something for everyone!
HOMES/LAND
FOR SALE
1+ ACRE LOTS AVAILABLE for new home
construction. Clear Lake Estates, Lem Turner. Call
904-813-9187 for information. Low Interest Rates!
3BR/2BA SWMH on 3 acres. New roof, fresh
paint, carpet, and floors will be installed this week.
Spring fed pond. Located in Hilliard, $76,000, owner
financing available, 904-483-8261 or 904-6280299. 103014
COUNTRY LIVING: 2 lots, 1 with 3BR/2BA mobile
home, older subdivision, close to schools and town,
Hilliard, $40,000 for all or best reasonable offer.
Motivated seller! Call 904-415-1919. 103014
REDUCED!
1200sf
Log
Cabin, 2BR/1.5BA, wrap
around
porch,
separate
garage apartment, 6 ¼ acres,
3 miles outside Alma, GA, 1
½ hour drive from Callahan, wildlife: deer, rabbits,
squirrels; private and quiet, $147,000, firm. Call 912253-9915, FMI go to owners.com. 111314
FOR RENT
2 AND 3 BEDROOMS, mobile homes in Callahan
area, 904-742-4299 or 759-4048. tfn
CANTEBURY OF HILLIARD is an Equal Housing
Opportunity for Elderly (62 years of age or older),
Disabled and Handicapped (regardless of age),
with or without children. Eligible applicants for 2BR
apartments with Rental Assistance should come by
the office at 37119 Cantebury Drive, or Phone (904)
845-4496 TDD 1-800-374-4463. This institution is
an Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer. tfn
RV LOT for rent on 5 fenced acres, end of a private
road, water sewage and electric hook-up, off Bay Rd.
west Hilliard. Call Steve at 904-327-6594. 103014
EMPLOYMENT
CDL CLASS A DRIVER to haul containers, TWIC
required, $800-1100/week, home nightly. Call 904955-4889. tfn
HAIRSYLIST NEEDED FOR Callahan Salon. For
information call 904-316-7004. 103014
ED’S COMFORT SOLUTIONS, INC. (ECS) is
accepting applications for the following postions:
HVAC INSTALLER and HVAC DUCT/SHEET METAL
INSTALLER. Must have experience and references
are preferred. ECS offers comparable wages and
benefits. Please apply in person, Monday through
Friday between the hours of 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., at Ed’s
Comfort Solutions, Inc., 451644 State Road 200,
Callahan. For further information you may contact
us at (904) 225-5651. ECS is a drug-free workplace.
103014
PARTTIME WORK, 2-3 days a week, days hours
paid $7.93/hour; after 2 weeks increase in pay.
Hatching chick farm. Please call 352-347-5454
between 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. 111314
MAILING MACHINE OPERATOR for Florida Sun
Printing full time. Duties to include: setup of machine,
feed mailing machine, catch and tag off mailing
machine and bag, tray or stack as required by postal
requirements. Learn to setup and operate inserter
and stitcher. Will train qualified applicant. Able to
lift and/or move 45 pounds. We offer a competitive
compensation and benefits package which includes
medical, dental, vision and retirement options. Apply
at Florida Sun Printing, 54024 Cravey Rd. Callahan.
Drug Free Workplace. 103014
FLORIDA SUN PRINTING in Callahan, FL, has
an immediate opening for a Web Press Operator.
Qualified candidates must have a high school
diploma and interest in printing. Responsibilities
include setting ink, color registration and folder
operation while maintaining established quality
and waste goals. Must have good communication
skills and be willing to work overtime as needed.
We offer a competitive compensation and benefits
package which includes medical, dental, vision and
retirement options. Will Train. Qualified applicants
may apply at Florida Sun Printing, 54024 Cravey Rd,
Callahan. Drug-free Workplace and Background
Checks. 103014
1BR/1BA MOBILE HOME, lights and cable
included, $140/week; $100/deposit; Hilliard. Call
845-3623 or 507-1790. 103014
3BR/2BA, A/C, washer/dryer hook-up, MHP
Geneva Lane off Pine St., Hilliard, $500/month; plus
deposit. Call 509-2539 or 338-5533. 112014
FOR INFORMATION ABOUT renting the
Callahan County Building on Mickler Street for
weddings, birthdays, family reunions, etc., call
Bonnie at 904-759-2281.
HANDYMAN
MURRAY
THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY & SUNDAY,
9 a.m. until? 8 miles out River Rd., 4775 Black
Jack Ln., Hilliard. New and used items, great for
Christmas!
MCCLELLAN HOME REPAIRS! Specializing in all
types of home and mobile home repairs: windows,
doors, bathrooms, decks; anything in need of repair,
we do it! 879-9631. State certified CBC058526. tfn
AUTOMOTIVE
GROUP
C & C SAW & MOWER. We fix anything! Chainsaws,
lawnmowers, weed eaters, outboard motors,
welding. Call Chuck at 904-507-9263. tfn
SATURDAY, 8 a.m. – 2 p.m. 27236 W. 1st St.,
Hilliard. Fabric, DVDs, baby boy clothes other
household miscellaneous.
NOW HIRING!
MOTORCYCLE REPAIR: Metric or Harley, engine,
suspension, carburetor, electrical. Pick up or
delivery available. Call 904-338-6981, Russell. tfn
BIG BARN SALE! Thursday, Friday and Saturday, 8
a.m. until? CR 108 (River Road) past Rowe cut-off,
first place on right. You name it, we’ve got it!
MAN AROUND THE HOUSE, remodeling, repairs,
painting, driveways, etc. You name it, very fair
prices, 30 years experience. No job too large or too
small. Call Glen at 879-4067. 112014
JW CARPET CLEANING and more! Two room or
whole house specials available. Call for pricing,
904-507-1345. tfn
MULTI-FAMILY yard sale, Friday & Saturday, 8 a.m.
until? Marsh Rd. Callahan (Puff Ln). Kid clothes 4T8, men and women clothing, shoes, Knick knacks
and plenty more.
CONCEAL CARRY CLASS – (First Founders)
Firearms Safety School. $45 per person, Saturday
morning classes. Exceeds state standards.
Exercise your 2nd Amendment right! Call K.C. (904)
591-7779. Located in Callahan. tfn
JUNE’S ALTERATIONS & SEWING: Need some
pants hemmed or zippers replaced? I do alterations
and sewing of all kinds! Call June at 716-3453. tfn
SMART FAMILY WORKS, LLC. Fence installation,
repairs, lawn care, landscaping, debris removal.
FREE estimates. Commercial/Residential. Serving
NE FL & SE GA, 904-428-4130. tfn
AIR POWER HEATING & AIR: Repairs, installation
on all makes and models. Serving Hilliard, Callahan
and Jacksonville. Call 845-1900. CAC1815504 tfn
ELECTRICAL
SERVICE
COMPANY,
24/7,
Emergency Service; FREE estimates on new work.
Financing available. Ponce Electric, Inc., (904) 8790110 or visit: www.PonceElectricInc.com. Owner
Bill Ponce, State of Florida Certified Electrical
Contractor # EC13005682. tfn
YOUR MESS IS OUR MISSION! Audrey’s Custom
Cleaning, LLC. Office, Commercial & Residential.
FREE estimates! 10% off your first cleaning! Call
904-200-2519. Visit: audreyscustomcleaning.com.
TREE AND STUMP REMOVAL, 25 years
experience, FREE estimates, Licensed and Insured.
Call Danny at 904-222-5054. 112714
BAM TOWING - 904-759-9052 Will tow to shop
of your choice! We buy junk cars. Can move prebuilt sheds! tfn
LEONARD’S TRACTOR SERVICE, STUMP
GRINDING, serving area over 30 years, insured,
FREE estimates, Roger Braddock, 813-9514. tfn
PIANO LESSONS! All ages, 4 years to adult.
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Police Reports
Names, Addresses and all information appearing in the Police Reports are taken from the Sheriff’s
Department files and do not necessarily indicate guilt, only that arrests were made or charges were filed.
Thursday, October 16
Mark Eric Adams, II, 32, 15841 CR 108, Hilliard: Trespass After Warning
Brittany Renyea Wilkes, 22, 540684 Lem Turner Road, Callahan: Duval
County Warrant Driving While License Suspended/Revoked Knowingly
Friday, October 17
Ashlee Ann James, 28, 54870 Church Road, Callahan: DUI
Mathew Labo Jones, 23, 37435 N. Oxford Street, Hilliard: Vehicle Theft
Grand Theft of Motor Vehicle
Saturday, October 18
Christopher Douglas Owens, 23, 30306 CR 121, Hilliard: Criminal Mischief
under $200; Resist Law Enforcement Officer
James Harvey Smith, III, 60, 45095 Brown Street, Callahan: Disorderly
Intoxication
John Michael Lowe, 28, 36111 Acorn Place, Hilliard: Nassau Capias
Violation of Probation Domestic Battery
Monday, October 20
Rebecca Diane Brown, 25, 2567 Ruby Drive, Hilliard: Grand Theft;
Possession -20 grams Marijuana; Possession Drug Paraphernalia
Jennifer Christina Hazen, 30, 542953 US Highway 1, Callahan: Petit Theft
Retail
David Kelly Crews, 26, 27112 Ohio Street, Hilliard: Marijuana Possession -20
grams; Drug Equipment Possession Use Possession to Manufacture Paraphernalia
to Transport Drugs
Tuesday, October 21
Grady Lee John Trammell, Jr., 33, 273660 Murrhee Road, Hilliard: Nassau
Warrant Violation of Probation Criminal Mischief
Wednesday, October 22
Tari Dejuan Mitchell, 32, 45035 Johnson Road, Callahan: Nassau Warrant
Battery
Thursday, October 23
Jason Thomas Shivar, 40, 3722 Alice Street, Hilliard: Nassau Capias
Failure to Appear Possession of more than 20 grams of Marijuana
Saturday, October 25
Judy Ann Langley, 64, 29243 Pigeon Creek Road, Hilliard: DUI
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Dunlap, 24, Jacksonville, who is suspected of several burglaries
and thefts in the Bryceville area. Dunlap was charged with: 3
counts of Dealing in stolen property; 3 counts of false verification
of ownership; 2 counts of petit theft; 2 counts of burglary to an
unoccupied conveyance; 1 count of burglary to a conveyance armed;
1 count of grand theft; and Possession of a legend drug with intent
to sell.
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Guy William Cleary, Sr.
Fallen rider, on October 22,
Guy ‘Rocky’ William Cleary has
taken his final ride. Death leaves
a heartache no one can heal, love
leaves a memory no one can
steal. When someone you love goes
home to our Savior, their memory
becomes a treasure. Rocky has planted that
treasure in all of us with his devotion to the
Blank Check Society honoring veterans to
being there for all his family and friends.
God took another angel home. Rocky- You
will never be gone or forgotten because your
treasure lives in all our hearts and memories.
I love you stallion- your angel.
He is survived by his wife Diana Cleary;
his sons Guy William Cleary, Jr. and Nick
Cleary; his daughters Priscilla Marie Cleary
and Kayla Marie; five grandchildren Jasmine,
Dylan and Gloria Brooks and Nicole and
Peyton Cleary; step sons Justin and Chris
Brooks; his sister Tina Cleary; his father
Richard Cleary; his brothers James Cleary
and John Yarborough; his step mother Vickie
Cleary; niece and nephew Rachel and James
Dekle; and all of the Blank Check Society
family.
Funeral services will be held Saturday,
November 1 at North Hilliard Baptist
Church, 552823 US Highway 1, Hilliard, with
Pastor Ricky Dyal officiating. Precession
will proceed to VFW Post 10095 at 37965
Eastwood Road, Hilliard.
Condolences may be expressed by signing
the guest book at www.nassaufh.com.
Arrangements were under the direction of
Nassau Funeral Home, 879-1770.
Norman Dane Lloyd, Sr.
Norman Dane Lloyd, Sr, 61, of Folkston,
passed away suddenly in Jacksonville. He
was born in Brunswick, Georgia to the late
Rayburn Cecil Lloyd and Mary Thompson
Lloyd Crews. He retired from Gilman Paper
Company after over 30 years of service. He
was a member of Peoples Baptist Church
in Folkston. Along with his parents, he was
preceded in death by his two brothers Arthur
and Dennis Lloyd; and a grandson Joseph
Story.
He is survived by his wife of 35 years
Linda Sue Lloyd; three children Lavonne
(Eddie) Story, Norman Dane Lloyd, Jr. and
Shawn Lloyd; 10 grandchildren; and five
great-grandchildren.
The family received friends Friday,
October 24 at Victory Baptist Church.
Funeral services were held Saturday, October
25 at Victory Baptist Church with Bro. Ethan
Story, Bro. Mike Easter and Bro. Tim King
officiating. Burial followed in Pineview
Cemetery.
Condolences may be expressed by signing
the guest registry at www.shepardfh.com.
Arrangements were under the direction of
Shepard Funeral Home in Folkston.
Patricia D. Milligan
Patricia Davis Milligan, 68, of Callahan,
passed away October 22. She was born on July
18, 1946 in Jacksonville to John and Anita
Davis. In addition to her parents, Patricia is
predeceased by a sister Lydia (Nan) Kidd.
Survivors include her husband Cary
Milligan; daughter Christine Eberhart;
grandsons John Carter and Tommy Cobb;
sister Marquita Ward; brother Charles Davis;
as well as nieces and nephews Wendy Smith,
Ki Rieckmann, Dena Kay Nagel, Art and
John Davis and Joe Kidd, IV; and her beloved
dog Tanker. Pat loved her dogs and horses and
also loved to hunt and fish. She will be greatly
missed.
Memorial services were held Saturday,
October 25 in the Chapel of Callahan Funeral
Home.
Condolences may be expressed at www.
callahanfh.com.
Arrangements were under the direction
of Ellis & Charlotte McAninch, Callahan
Funeral Home.
Floyd Mitchell Musgrove
Floyd Mitchell Musgrove,
went home peacefully to be with
Christ, his Heavenly Father, on
October 27. He was surrounded
by many family and friends
the last days as he prepared for his
journey. Floyd was the son of the
late Ollie and Susie Knight Musgrove, a large
Hilliard family of 13 children, he was the 8th
child born. He graduated from Hilliard High,
Class of ’55 and University of South Florida,
with a B.A. in Business, Class of 1976. Floyd
served his country during the Vietnam era in
the United States Air Force. He was preceded
in death by his loving wife of 44 years Lois
Jean Campbell of Hazard, Kentucky; four
brothers Rufus (Buddy), Drady, Mitchell and
AJ; two sisters Wanda Bercaw and Audrey
Mae Dixon.
He is survived by his two children a son
Michael Floyd Musgrove; and a daughter
Michelle Lois Easterling; two grandsons
Sean and Ryan; and a granddaughter
Chloe Easterling of Hilliard; three brothers
Freeman, Alton and Richard Musgrove, all
of Hilliard; three sisters Dorothy Haddock of
Hilliard, Evelyn Dinkins (Dell) of Folkston
and Ann Grooms (Ronnie) of Jacksonville.
Pallbearers are Ron Grooms, Daniel
Lloyd, Jimmie Nelson, Scotty Laurence, Joe
Musgrove, Dell Dinkins, Jr., Mitchell Reed
and Justin Lloyd. Honorary pallbearers are
Bert Geiger, Fred Thrith, William Dimaria
and Damon Foskey.
Floyd had many spiritual advisors that
he loved dearly. Mainly, his Pastor Chris
Woodard, First Baptist Church of Boulougne;
Christian Hoyle, Buford Grove Baptist Church
and Garry Swearingen, Associate Pastor of
San Jose Church of Christ, Jacksonville. The
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The family will receive friends Thursday,
October 30 at 1 p.m. at First Baptist Church
of Boulougne. Funeral services will begin
at 2 p.m. Burial will follow in Pigeon Creek
cemetery.
Condolences may be expressed by signing
the guest book at www.nassaufh.com.
Arrangements are under the direction of
Nassau Funeral Home, 541720 US Highway,
879-1770.
Irene Fachko Saye-Murray
Irene Fachko Saye-Murray, 90, passed
away October 26 in Jacksonville after an
extended illness. Irene was born in West
Deer Township, Pennsylvania on October 8,
1924, to the late John David and Anna Kunka
Fachko. At an early age her parents moved to
Callahan. She had five younger brothers, all
of whom are deceased.
Irene was married to the late Carl W.
Saye; and is survived by her husband Willard.
E. Murray. She has numerous nieces and
nephews living throughout the Jacksonville/
Callahan area.
After graduating from Callahan High
School, Irene attended Massey Business
College, Jacksonville and began a long career
with the sales department of the Southern
Railway/Norfolk Southern Corporation.
Irene attended Bible Study Fellowship for
many years. She enjoyed traveling, outdoor
activities, and was an avid shrimper.
Funeral services were held Wednesday,
October 29 in the Chapel of Callahan Funeral
Home. Interment followed in Jones Cemetery,
Callahan. Visitation was held prior to service.
In lieu of flowers, please consider a
donation to the charity of your choice.
Condolences may be expressed at www.
callahanfh.com.
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Micah’s Place Receives $20,000 Grant
While domestic violence has
experienced a recent boost in awareness
due to recent events, women and
children in Nassau County are in need of
housing, resource and support programs
as they flee abusive situations and work
to rebuild their lives. Micah’s Place
in Nassau County received a $20,000
grant from The Mary Kay Foundation
as part of the organization’s annual
Shelter Grant program to maintain
critical services and programs. The
Mary Kay Foundation awarded a total
of $3 million in funding to 150 domestic
violence shelters in all 50 states, the
District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and
Guam in advance of Domestic Violence
Awareness Month in October.
“It’s been a bigger challenge than
ever for shelters to keep their doors
open and grants from The Mary
Kay Foundation are a vital part in
helping shelters move forward in their
missions,” said Anne Crews, board
member for The Mary Kay Foundation
and Vice President of Public Affairs for
Mary Kay Inc. “The shelter grants are
a signature program of the Foundation
and represent just one of the ways Mary
Kay is committed to ending domestic
violence. We are proud to support local
shelters like Micah’s Place that are on
the front lines of helping women and
children who need shelter and support
from abuse.”
Micah's Place is a Certified
Domestic Violence Center - and the
only one serving Nassau County.
The mission is to provide prevention
and intervention services to victims
of domestic violence and to provide
education within the community to
affect change in behavior and attitudes
relating to domestic violence. Micah’s
Place offers safe, confidential shelter,
advocacy, a 24-hour toll-free hotline,
counseling, legal advocacy, and support
groups to victims of domestic violence.
All services are free and confidential.
For more information, please visit
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administration office at 904-491-6364
or the Hotline: (800) 500-1119.
For nearly 20 years The Mary
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Through the Foundation’s annual
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In Loving Memory of
Saturday, November 1 • 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Sunday, November 2 • 9 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Fort Clinch State Park • 2601 Atlantic Ave. Fernandina
The Florida Department of Environmental Protection’s Fort Clinch State Park
will host a Union Garrison event on Saturday, November 1 and Sunday, November
2. This program will allow visitors to interact with living historians to experience
life in the fort as it was in 1864. The grounds will be bustling with soldiers in period
costumes involved in firing demonstrations, marching drills, cooking and daily
activities. Ladies in their dresses, sutlers displaying their wares, fife players and
drummer boys bring every part of the civil war era to life. Come join in this unique,
family friendly event.
Fees include the $6 per vehicle Park entrance fee plus $2 per person Fort
admission. For more information, contact the park at (904) 277-7274 or visit www.
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National Novel Writing Month
Writers across the First Coast
are preparing to stretch their writing
muscles because November is National
Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo).
NaNoWriMo, a 30-day writing challenge,
encourages writers to compose 50,000
words during the month of November.
Writers from around the nation and the
world urge each other to meet their writing
goals through online and face-to-face
communication. ‘Write-ins,’ or scheduled
writing times, are planned for libraries
and other community venues across the
country.
For the first time, the Callahan Library
along with the Callahan Friends of the
Library will host a NaNoWriMo Kick-off
party on Tuesday, November 4 from 6-8
p.m. Refreshments will be provided by
The Sweet Spot, Callahan Barbecue and
the Callahan Friends of the Library. All
members of the community are invited to
attend, whether they are writing a novel or
working on shorter pieces.
Many area teachers are offering extra
credit to their students who participate in
one of the Write-Ins.
The Library will also host write-ins
on Tuesday, November 18 and Tuesday,
November 25, from 4-8 p.m. Snacks will
be provided by the Callahan Friends of the
Library.
For information, call the Callahan
Library at 879-3434.
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more but we rejoice in knowing that one day we will see you again.
Love,
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Page 12 N Westside Journal N Thursday, October 30, 2014
Vikings Scalp the Warriors
The West Nassau Warriors traveled
to Raines High School in Jacksonville
last week for a Thursday night battle.
The Warriors fought hard but came up
on the short end of the stick. The first
quarter proved to be a defensive battle.
Raines was the only team to score in the
quarter on a 16-yard pass conversion.
As the second quarter began, Raines
continued to control the ball. The
Vikings were able to score on a 1-yard
run into the end zone however the extra
point attempt was blocked. The Warrior
defense continued to fight and was
able to capitalize on a fumble recovery.
Garrett Delano scooped up the ball and
ran it into the end zone 61 yards for
the first Warrior score. The extra point
attempt failed. The Vikings once again
took control of the ball and moved it
down the field scoring on a 10-yard run.
As the halftime buzzer sounded, the
score was West Nassau, 6; Raines, 20.
The third quarter was again a
defensive battle as both teams fought
hard to keep the other out of the end
zone. Raines was again allowed to score
on a 52-yard run plus the extra point.
Even though that was the only score of
the third quarter it placed more pressure
on the Warrior offense to get something
going. It seemed no matter how hard
they tried…they couldn’t get going. At
the beginning of the fourth quarter, the
Warrior offense tried to move the ball
successfully but to no avail. As the
Warriors punted, the Vikings received
the ball and ran it back 47 yards for
another score. The Warrior offense
didn’t give up. They put together a good
drive and moved down the field. Tison
Crews ran the ball into the end zone
from 3 yards out for the final Warrior
score. Davion Dubose charged into the
end zone for the two point conversion.
With time dwindling down, Raines
was allowed another score. As the final
buzzer sounded, the score was West
Nassau, 14; Raines, 40.
The Warriors were able to tally up 9
first downs and 215 rushing yards on 41
carries. Individual leaders for the game
were: Tison Crews with 7 carries for 87
yards; Davion Dubose with 21 carries
for 83 yards; Brandon Jackson with 13
carries for 45 yards; for the defensive
side Michael Dudzinski had 8 solo
tackles and 5 assists; Bryson Hodges
had 4 solo tackles and 2 assists; Austin
Painter had 4 solo tackles and 3 assists;
and Garrett Delano had 4 solo tackles
and 3 assists.
This week the Warriors will host the
Bolles Bulldogs in a district matchup at
Warrior field at 7:30 p.m. Go Warriors!
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Hilliard Beats Bell in District Showdown
Nick Clark
Last Friday night the Hilliard Flashes
hosted the Bell Bulldogs in a Class 1A
district battle for a guaranteed spot in
the playoffs. The game started out as a
defensive battle with both teams moving
the ball but stalling. But late in the first
quarter Bryce Jenkins connected with
Robert Weinberg on
a 22-yard touch pass
and Brayden Carroll
added the extra point,
and the quarter ended
with Hilliard up by 7.
In the second quarter
Hilliard scored about
every way possible.
It started with a
Brian Clark 48-yard
punt return for a
touchdown with 7:23 left in the quarter.
About three minutes later, Armani Scott
broke free on a 55-yard touchdown run.
On the next Bell possession, Carroll
intercepted a pass and returned it 40
yards for the score and Carroll added
the extra point. At the half, the game
stood at Hilliard, 24; Bell, 0.
Hilliard’s first possession in the
second half, Scott broke free again
on a 22-yard score. Carroll added the
extra point. Scott broke free again for
53 yards for his third touchdown
of the night with 3:45 left in the
third quarter and Carroll added the
extra point. Scott ended the night
with 11 carries for 171 yards and 3
touchdowns. Bell scored late in the
game with 4:50 left and failed on
the two point conversion. The final
score was: Hilliard, 42; Bell, 6.
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defending state champions, Trenton.
With a Bell loss Hilliard locks the
district second seed. If Bell wins then
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Bryce Jenkins ended the night
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half lead again by Austin Turner with
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huge contributor on defense also with 8
tackles, 2 forced fumbles, 1 of which he
recovered and returned for a touchdown
that was called back for a block in the
back. Jacob Waters also recovered a
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