Neighbor to Neighbor newspaper June 2011 : Page 1

LOCAL NEWS CROSSWORD SUDOKU HOROSCOPES COMMUNITY CALENDAR SCHOOL NEWS GARDENING NEIGHBOR Vol 12 Issue 6 The Neighbor to 904.278.7256 FREE Two Time State Award Winning Newspaper with the Best of Clay County Living June 2011 Proudly Serving Orange Park, Argyle/OakLeaf, Fleming Island, Middleburg, Green Cove Springs, Penney Farms & Keystone Heights Since January 2000 Congratulations to the Clay County High Schools Graduating Class 2011 2011 Scholarships Totaled $22,850 Sunday June 19th Father’s Day Wayne Spivey Staff Writer Seventeen scholarships totaling $22,850 were award-ed during the 15th Annual John P. Hall, Sr. Children's Charity Scholarship Awards Dinner on May 19th at the Thrasher-Horne Center for the Arts. The total value of J.P. Hall, Sr. scholarships awarded during the past fi fteen years is $348,252. Two hundred twelve Clay County students have bene fi ted from Hall scholarships. This year's scholarships ranged from $750 to $3,000 each. Attending St. Johns River State College are Bonnie Larsen, Yolanda Harris, Kaylee White, Haley Bennett, Jasmine Simmons, Nicole Yount, Alexis Winter, Jessica Hodgden, Brittany Danahey, Taylor Lassiter, Katie Hart-zog, Rachel Terkowski, Reuben Drury and Kayla Orr. Attending the University of North Florida are Nick Ka-lynych, Lindsay White and Travis Hartzog. Kaylee White of Middleburg High said, that she espe-cially wanted to thank Virginia Hall and the scholarship committee. Kayla Orr added, "I would like to thank Jim-my Weeks, Brother John and my Russell Baptist Church family for their guidance, prayers and support." Many of the students had goals of becoming nurses. Tay-lor Lassiter, a senior at Clay High said, "I would like to earn a Bachelors Degree in Nursing. I wish to become a Registered Nurse and be a disaster relief nurse." Former students of Hall scholarships spoke to the au-dience, telling them of successes in college and in life. They attributed success to the generous support of the Hall family of charities and their friends. The guest speaker of the evening was Sam Kouvaris, Sports Director and Anchor of WJXT News -for the past thirty years in Jacksonville. He challenged the students to "make a difference in life...Put yourself in a position to succeed in life. There is a difference between not just wanting to win, but in being prepared to win," said Kou-varis. "Be a leader in the community. Always do the right thing. It will gratify some and astonish the rest," Kouva-ris quoted Mark Twain. Kouvaris received a standing ovation for his inspiration-al message. "Dad's legacy of giving back to the citizens of Clay County continues," said Virginia Hall, President of the Hall Charities, as she thanked students, their families and supporters. "Each of you have been a great part in the life of a child here tonight," concluded County Commissioner Ronnie Robinson, Chairman of the Scholarship Selection Com-mittee. Seventeen John P. Hall, Sr. Scholarships Awarded Seventeen John P. Hall, Sr. Children's Charity Scholarship recipients joined Virginia Hall and members of the Scholarship Selection Committee at the Thrasher-Horne Center for the Arts. [] ___ Ann Williamson/staff Sheriff Rick Beseler assists Haylie (granddaughter of fallen of fi cer Kenneth “Eddie” Hayes) and her father, Matt Hayes, his wife, Rachel, take part in a Police Memorial Week ceremony held in Spring Park, Green Cove Springs on Tuesday, May 10. Matt’s father, Eddie, was a CCSO sergeant who died of a heart attack while on duty in 2002. Blessed are the Peacemakers -Article by Ann Williamson on page 5 What’s between Don’t Let Summer standing Slip Away! you summer? and HEEL PAIN KNEE PAIN BACK PAIN FOOT PAIN HIP PAIN PLANTAR FASCIITIS 2176 Park Ave. Orange Park, FL FREE SUMMER FOOT ANALYSIS! Bring this ad in for a foot analysis to get your feet ready for summer. Offer expires MM/DD/YY. Call ###-###-#### to schedule your appointment. Custom fi t shoes to get through summer blister-free. Stylish scandals with the support to prevent fallen arches. Arch supports to keep your feet fi t and comfortable. A little preparation MAKES A BIG DIFFERENCE. Bottled water. A fl ashlight and radio. Fresh batteries. Having the little things ready can make a big differ-ence when a storm hits. State Farm® can help before as well as after. Contact me for tips on how to prepare or visit ® . 904-269-1100 FREE Like a good neighbor State Farm is there! Pedorthist on Staff CUSTOM MILLED ARCH SUPPORTS Summer Foot Analysis $49.95 value w/$100 or more purchase Ad must be presented at time of purchase. Offer valid only at stores listed above. One offer per customer, valid through 00/00/00. Almeta Monroe, Agent Almeta L. Monroe Ins Agcy Inc 3521 U S Hwy 17, Unit A Orange Park, FL 32003 (904) 269-5200 Fax: 904-269-5111 Must present coupon. Expires 6/30/11 State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company, State Farm Indemnity Company, Bloomington, IL

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