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1 THURSDAY, MAY 25, 2017 SERVING CAMDEN COUNTY, GEORGIA SINCE 1894 Tribune & Georgian t TRIBUNE-GEORGIAN.COM $1.00 JDA cuts military liaison from budget City, school officials stress importance of advocate Jill Helton Despite vocal opposition from community leaders, the Camden County Joint Development Authority voted to eliminate the funding of a military liaison as it approved its budget on May 19. Elected officials and other leaders not only pointed to the long list of accomplishments for which military liaison Sheila McNeill can take credit, but also future initiatives that demand Kings Bay s representation, such as statewide efforts by Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal and U.S. Sen. David Perdue to BRAC-proof Georgia s military installations. As part of that, a statewide military affairs committee has been visiting the state s bases and examining ways to improve quality of life issues for military-connected citizens and their families. Dave Reilly, St. Marys City Council member, said this decision would leave See LIAISON, page 7A McNeill Budget shortfall challenges county Congratulations, Class of 2017! Jill Helton Camden County, which has been largely debt-free in recent years, is now seeing its financial safety net starting to diminish. However, county commissioners have no appetite for imposing a tax millage increase this year, even if it means a leaner year than last year for its departments. At a budget work session May 18, county commissioners grappled with shrinking tax revenues and increased costs, a problem that has been building over the last several years. Officials say the hits just keep coming. County finance director Mike Fender said the tax digest has dropped more than 30 percent over the last See BUDGET, page 8A Grand jury issues lone indictment in stabbing Thousands of parents, friends and well-wishers packed the stands at Chris Gilman Stadium on May 19 to see their favorite grads cross the stage and receive their diplomas. This class is one of the largest with 531 graduating seniors this year. We are going to keep moving forward and doing great things because this is our world and this is our time, valedictorian Alyssa Truong said. Jill Helton Tribune & Georgian Johna Strickland Rush In a rare decision, the grand jury didn t indict a man on two counts of involuntary manslaughter in the death of a Kingsland man in August A case was presented against Troy Grundorf for allegedly causing the death of Taylor Justin Williams, 26, who was stabbed multiple times during a fight that involved several people. The Georgia Bureau of Investigation handled the case. The majority of the grand jury s decisions are true bill or indictments. See WILLIAMS, page 10A Casey now faces malice, felony murder counts Johna Strickland Rush The grand jury indicted a Kingsland man who has been charged with murder on 10 counts last week. Charles Dennis Casey Jr., 35, was indicted for malice murder, two counts of felony murder, two counts of aggravated assault, concealing the death of another, theft by taking, identity fraud and two counts of tampering with evidence. Casey was arrested May 8 for allegedly killing Brandi Michelle Nanan. He is being held without bond in the Camden jail. Camden law enforcement officers began investigating Casey when a caller told a 911 dispatcher that Casey had come to her house and said he d done something bad, according to the arrest warrant. Evidence found in his vehicle by the caller led officers to speak with Casey who told them he had stabbed Nanan and where to find her body in Nassau County, Fla., and her car in St. Marys. According to the two counts of aggravated assault, Casey allegedly strangled the victim with his hands and arms and partially See CASEY, page 8A Casey Check For BREAKING NEWS on the Tribune & Georgian website at POLL Do you think Camden needs a military liaison? Vote online at and see last week s results on page 5A. OBITUARIES CRIME REPORT OPINION UPCOMING EVENTS INDEX 2A 3A 4A 7A SPORTS PEOPLE CLASSIFIEDS LEGALS 1B 3B 5B 7B Like the T&G Tribune & Georgian Volume 114, No , Tribune & Georgian, Community Newspapers Inc.

2 2A Tribune & Georgian Thursday, May 25, 2017 OBITUARIES DIRECTORY HOURS, LOCATION 206 Osborne St. in St. Marys Open Monday Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. CONTACTING US By telephone: (912) By fax: (912) By mail: P.O. Box 6960 St. Marys, GA By Editor and Publisher Jill Helton tribune-georgian.com News department Marketing Director Christy Braswell tribune-georgian.com or visit our website at: SUBMITTING INFO The Tribune & Georgian encourages readers to submit items of community interest to the newspaper for publication. There is no charge for running items involving community activities or announcements such as weddings and births. ADVERTISING For information on placing Display ads and inserts can be ordered by contacting our sales department at (912) Display ads typically are due by noon Monday prior to the Thursday publication date. SUBSCRIPTIONS The newspaper is delivered to homes via U.S. Mail on Thursdays. Subscriptions within Camden County are $31.99 annually. Subscriptions outside Camden County are $61.99 annually. To start your subscription, call (912) Delivery will begin at the next available publication date after payment is received. Periodicals postage paid to St. Marys, Georgia. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to: Tribune & Georgian P. O. Box 6960 St. Marys, GA PHOTOGRAPHS Photographs can be submitted for publication to the newspaper. Color or black and white photographs are accepted. Digital photographs will be accepted if they are of high resolution and submitted on a CD or via . Photographs will be returned if a self-addressed stamped envelope is submitted. ACCURACY POLICY The Tribune & Georgian strives to produce error-free news reporting. When mistakes occur, it is our policy to correct them as soon as they are brought to our attention. Corrections appear on the front page or at the top of this column. To request a correction, contact (912) In the event of errors in advertisements, the Tribune & Georgian will be responsible only for the space occupied by the actual error. The publisher assumes omissions. BACK ISSUES The Tribune & Georgian maintains copies of back issues for sale for up to one year. To research or review articles published more than one year ago, bound copies of the newspaper are available for review at the St. Marys office. Microfilm copies of the newspaper dating back to the early 1900s are available at the public library in St. Marys. Rose H. Alfano Mary Kate Malat, a rising actress and model, lists St. Marys as the city where she was born, but she only lived here for the first year and a half of her life. She returned to the area two weeks ago with her mother, Catherine, to learn about the town where she was born and enjoy a break from her busy schedule of juggling her modeling/acting career and her classes at the University of Connecticut. I ve never been here since ALFANO Rose H. Alfano, 85, of St. Marys passed away Sunday, May 21, 2017, at Hospice of the Golden Isles in Brunswick. Born March 4, 1932, in Brooklyn, N.Y., she was the daughter of the late James and Jenny Laino. Mrs. Alfano had been a resident of Camden County for the past 16 years and was a seamstress all of her life. She was an avid bingo player and loved to crochet blankets for her family and friends. She was a loving mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. The family will be holding a memorial service at a later date. Survivors include her loving husband of 59 years, Ralph Alfano of St. Marys; two daughters, Diane Wood (Bill) of St. Marys and Maureen Koo (Scott) of East Meadow, tona (Charles) of Mooresville, N.C., and Marilyn Seifert of Staten Island, N.Y.; brother, James Laino of Staten Island; four grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Allison Memorial Chapel and Funeral Home of St. Marys is in charge of arrangements. Toshiko Bonnie Martin MARTIN Toshiko Bonnie Martin, 92, of St. Marys passed away peacefully on May 21, 2017, at Hospice of the Golden Isles in Brunswick. Bonnie had been a resident of Camden County for the past 26 years and was a member of the First Baptist Church of St. Marys. She was retired from the Charleston Air Force Base Exchange where she had been employed for many years as general manager. Bonnie had a love for tennis and was a tennis champion while in college in Japan. She was an avid Camden County I was born so I wanted to check it out, she said. Malat recently landed a small role in the upcoming and Citadel football fan, never missing any games. Survivors include her daughter, Ginny Jacobs and husband Jerry of St. Marys; sons, James G. Booker and wife Susie of Orange Park, Fla., and John Booker of St. Marys; seven grandchildren, Scott Garcia (Chris), Robert Garcia, Joseph Jacobs (Caitlin), Jimmy Booker (Amy), Kimberly Stuart (Jim), Dale Lesko (Amanda) and Johnny Booker; 15 great-grandchildren; and two great-great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Francis J. Martin. Visitation was from 5 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, May 24, at Allison Memorial Chapel in St. Marys. Burial will follow at 1 p.m. Thursday, May 25, at Beaufort National Cemetery in Beaufort, S.C., with Pastor The family requests contributions in memory of Toshiko Bonnie Martin be made to the First Baptist Church of St. Marys, 102 W. Weed St., St. Marys, GA or Hospice of the Golden Isles, 1692 Glynco Parkway, Brunswick, GA Allison Memorial Chapel and Funeral Home of St. Marys is in charge of arrangements. BAYLIS Barbara Ann Baylis of Kingsland passed away on Thursday, May 18, 2017, at the age of 50 years. She was born in Landstuhl, Germany, as her dad served in the U.S. Army. In 1985, she season of Orange is the New Black, in which she portrays a prep school student. That s probably one of the bigger ones I have been in, Malat said during a visit to the Tribune & Georgian office recently. Last year, she appeared in the movie, Sorority Nightmare, listed as Twisted Sister on IMDB, a film industry website. She also appeared several times in the daytime drama All My Children a few years ago and had minor roles in The Big C, Reservation Road and Hope & A Little Sugar. married Robert A. Baylis. Robert joined the Navy in Barb spent her adult life as a Navy wife and mother, relocating often and raising her family. She was living in Georgia last but Lake County, Fla., was her home. Barb had a kind heart, always putting the interests of others over her own, sometimes excessively. She loved her family, spending time with them and helping in any way possible. She was very proud of her children. Barb was an animal lover. She enjoyed cruises. Barbara also liked to color. However, more than anything, she adored spending time with her grandchildren, who affectionately referred to her as Oma. She was preceded in death by her father, David Merle Collins in 2015, and her grandson, Andrew Lloyd in She is remembered and will be dearly missed by her husband, Robert; mother, Patricia Collins of Orlando, Fla., and Wilmington, N.C.; son, Josh Baylis and his wife, Kalyn of Virginia Beach, Va.; daughters, Glenda Murline Buchanan and her husband Richard of Kingsland and Patricia Jolene Collins of Orlando; brother, David Merle Collins and his wife, Stephanie of Orlando; sister, Carol Lynn James of Wilmington; half-sister, Rainey Elizabeth Losee of Port Charlotte, Fla.; grandchildren, Shelby Nicole Buchanan, Addison Marie Buchanan and Noah Skyler Baylis; and her two dogs, Duke and Daisy. When Malat was born, her father was stationed with the Navy at Kings Bay. She won her first beauty pageant around the time she left St. Marys. After she and her mother relocated farther north, competing in pageants eventually led to her being signed by a feeder agency for the world-renowned Wilhelmina modeling agency. Through that opportunity, she appeared in ads for H&M, Justice, Limited Too and Nike, as well as countless regional ads. Although she still auditions at cattle calls on occasion, she said she prefers auditions that can be done A funeral ceremony was held at 11 a.m. Tuesday, May 23. Family and friends were invited to gather one hour prior. Florida National Cemetery in Bushnell. may be made in her honor to Ronald McDonald House, 824 Childrens Way, Jacksonville, FL 32207, or at Condolences, memories and photos may be shared on the tribute wall at COOPER Willie E. Cooper died May 21, The memorial service will be at 11 a.m. Saturday, May 27, at New Life New Hope Ministries, 1828 Osborne Road in St. Marys. MENIUS Harry Lee Menius, 92, of St. Marys died Monday, May 22, 2017, at his residence. Private services will be held at a later date. Allison Memorial Chapel and Funeral Home of St. Marys is in charge of arrangements. THOMAS Michael Thomas, 61, of Hortense died April 8, 2017, at Hospice of the Golden Isles in Brunswick. life will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday, May 25, at Allison Memorial Chapel in St. Marys. Allison Memorial Chapel and Funeral Home of St. Marys is in charge of arrangements. Rising actress Malat visits St. Marys birthplace Jill Helton Mary Kate Malat Children s theater seeking new performance venue Jill Helton The future of St. Marys Children s Theatre is uncertain since the local nonprofit program learned that it could no longer perform at Theatre by the Trax in downtown St. Marys. Jan Shiff, operations director for the children s theatre and Friese Studio for the Arts, said the program has touched approximately 600 local youths since it started in 2014 with a production of Peter Pan. A few years prior to that, Camden County Board of Education had eliminated art and music classes as part of its curriculum for elementary school students. Contributing to the program were Friese Studio and a local dance school, Lisa Allen s Dance Works, as well as some other community sponsors including Theatre by the Trax. Interest in the free program grew and they eventually started double-casting each production, thereby allowing more kids to get on stage, and expanding to two performance weekends instead of one. The program also has served as a feeder program for the award-winning drama program at Camden County High School. Shiff said kids can get an authentic theater experience and become quite skilled even before they reach high school. The kids even construct the set and work backstage as crew members. Shiff said the program is family-oriented and requires the involvement of parents, who are required to volunteer time and help keep all of the moving parts of the show on track. The program s board members believe the children s theater has grown to the point that it really needs its own home, which would allow it to evolve into what its founders fully envisioned it to be. Unfortunately, Shiff said, that takes a lot of funding and so far they have operated on a very limited budget. You want to provide the best possible experience for the kids, but we have set the bar pretty high, Shiff said. To provide a similar experience to what they offered at Theatre by the Trax, the children s theater program will need a facility of at least 10,000 square feet with room for storage, said Shiff. They are hoping someone locally would have a building that could be donated or rented at low cost. The nonprofit organization has drafted plans for the construction of a 63,000-square-foot facility that would be both a performance venue and education center for the arts. But without major funders, it is just a pipe dream for now, Shiff said. The board is working with students from the Savannah College of Art and Design to strengthen their grant application packages and hope to get some assistance from arts and education grantors. Shiff said she knows they have a lot of work to do, but the repeatedly soldout performances are a testament to how much the children s hard work is valued by the community. As a nonprofit, we are finding our path, she said. It is full steam ahead. Anyone who would like to help the St. Marys Children s Theatre in its quest for a new performance venue can contact Shiff at (912) First place in state by sending a video by , a method that is becoming pretty common. That also saves her from traveling to the city, away from school, where she is pursuing a degree in allied health services. She hopes to one day become a pediatric physician assistant. If she gets the big break she has been working toward, she would likely have to take a hiatus from school. Whether she would be willing to do that all depends on how good the offer is, she said. When the time comes, we will figure it out, her mom said. Submitted photo The St. Marys Garden Club took first place for a statewide award at the 89th annual Garden Club of Georgia Convention for the club s 2016 Arbor Day program. Club members worked with fifth-graders at Mary Lee Clark Elementary School in the Go Green/K-Kids Club that focuses on gardening, ecological issues and conservation. St. Marys gardeners Frances Smith, Angel Bernier and Gary Gropper supervised the children in organizing the event and planting the east Palatka holly tree. A sign, donated by Dalton Signs, was installed in front of the tree and reads: Go Green Club, Arbor Day Sponsored by the St. Marys Garden Club. Scholarship money still available for Camden students at college The College of Coastal Georgia (CCGA) at the Camden Center announces that there are still thousands of scholarship dollars left for Camden County students. We simply have more scholarship money than we have students applying for it, said Mia Nightingale, the financial advisor at the Camden Center. To qualify for the Camden County Engagement Scholarship, a student must have been a Camden County resident for at least one year; must be pursuing a degree in business, education or nursing; must maintain a 3.0 grade-point average; and preferably be involved in community volunteerism or community service. Students may stop by the Camden Center or apply online at the CCGA Scholarship page. Available are summer scholarships, incoming freshman scholarships and scholarships for continuing and transfer students. The college offers more than 70 on-campus courses and more than 130 online. Multiple degrees can be started and completed at the Camden Center.

3 Thursday, May 25, 2017 Tribune & Georgian 3A Tribune & Georgian CRIME REPORT The following events were compiled from incident reports, warrants or affidavits obtained from Camden County and state law enforcement agencies. All persons listed are considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Aggravated assault Gary Anthony Palmer, 28, of Lake Worth, Fla., was arrested May 22 and charged with aggravated assault, improper lane change/failure to maintain lane, speeding, reckless driving, fleeing/ attempting to elude police, suspended/revoked license and possession of less than 1 ounce of marijuana. (CCSO) Cruelty to children Heather LaShea Dixon, 32, of Woodbine was arrested May 21 and charged with cruelty to children and battery. (CCSO) DUI Joseph Dwight Phelps, 24, of Kingsland was arrested May 22 and charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, tail light violation, open container and improper lane change/failure to maintain lane. (KPD) Tamara Pearl Adams, 30, of St. Marys was arrested May 23 and charged with driving under the influence of alcohol and speeding. (KPD) Possession Krissy Elizabeth Maples, 25, of Kingsland was arrested May 19 and charged with theft by taking, possession of drug-related objects and possession of a schedule II controlled substance. (CCSO) Debra McSwain Hubert, 52, of Kingsland was arrested May 20 and charged with possession of a schedule IV controlled substance, two counts of possession of a schedule II controlled substance and possession of drug-related objects. (KPD) Nicole Renee Shaske, 30, of Waverly was arrested May 21 and charged with possession of less than 1 ounce of marijuana, knowingly driving a vehicle with a suspended, canceled or revoked registration, improper lane change/ failure to maintain lane and possession of drug-related objects. (CCSO) Kerri Louise Freshour, 39, of St. Marys was arrested May 22 and charged with possession of cocaine, possession of methamphetamine and possession with intent to sell/deliver/distribute/ display or provide a minor with any drug-related object. (CCSO) PUI Nicole Fanette Posey, 43, of Akron, Ohio, was arrested May 22 and charged with pedestrian under the influence. (CCSO) Indictments The following is a list of recent indictments. For the grand jury to hand out indictments, it reviews a case and determines if there is enough evidence to go to trial. An indictment is only an accusation and is not evidence of guilt. The defendant is entitled to a fair trial, during which it will be the government s burden to prove guilt beyond a reasonable doubt. Caleb Allen Chambless was indicted for rape, incest, aggravated child molestation, aggravated sexual battery, child molestation and criminal attempt to commit a felony. Between October 2008 and December 2011, Chambless allegedly assaulted a girl who was younger than 16 multiple times. Raelynn Goodfellow was indicted for theft by taking and theft by deception. Between July 2014 and March 2015, Goodfellow allegedly stole more than $25,000 worth of merchandise from an online retailer by canceling orders after the items had been shipped. Christian Andrew Henderson was indicted on two counts of sexual exploitation of children. In October 2016, Henderson allegedly had child pornography in his possession. Joshua Joseph Markiewicz was indicted on four counts of child molestation and three counts of sexual battery against a child younger than 16. Between June and November 2016, Markiewicz allegedly molested a girl and exposed himself to her. New consultant tasked with finding developer for Gateway property Johna Strickland Rush Hopefully this time we can see it work. This is the first step in that. Jim Gant St. Marys Council member With the Foram Group out, St. Marys City Council is looking to a new consultant to find the right developer for the St. Marys Intracoastal Gateway property at the waterfront on Ready Street. The gateway committee has been looking ever since for the way to move forward, to find the right developer who would come in to see the vision that the gateway committee has established, said city councilman Jim Gant who chairs the steering committee. The Foram Group worked pro bono, except for expenses, on finding a developer for a couple years and unveiled a concept for a 54-room hotel, 100-seat restaurant and meeting room for about 200 people in February They had talked about developing the site themselves, then bowed out of the project completely. The new consulting firm, Community Development Partners, will have nine months to attract a developer who can present a plan that meets the city s vision and criteria for building on the 2.8-acre site. The city s five objectives are creating a citizen and visitor destination, public access to the water, enhancing the environment, promoting economic development and historical compatibility. During those nine months, the city will pay the firm s out-of-pocket expenses, such as meals, lodging and mileage. If the firm brings a developer and preliminary plan that gains approval from council, the city will pay $25,000 to Community Development Partners. In exchange for joining the development team, the firm could waive its $25,000 fee though. Hopefully this time we can see it work. This is the first step in that, Gant said. The only other cost would be $30,000 to the developer if the city rejected that company but decided to use its plan to develop the site within six months of the agreement with Community Development Partners ending. After six months, the city could use that plan without compensating the developer. You really have a swing here between expenses for nine months to maybe $50,000-plus (but) it probably isn t going to reach there, Gant said. Community Development Partners first talked with the city about the project in 2011 when the firm responded to a request for qualifications. The committee was interested in working directly with a developer then and felt the firm was more of a consultant than a developer. The firm presented a concept in 2011 that included four buildings with 82 hotel rooms, a restaurant, gazebo, conference center and retail space for an estimated cost of $9 to $12 million. Community Development Partners told the committee then that they had worked on a conference center in Richmond Hill, The Lady & Sons restaurant in Savannah and hotels. Clockwise from top: The new park in St. Marys was recently dedicated with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. Cutting the ribbon are (from left) Judy Thurner, event organizer; Jim Gant, St. Marys councilman; Abbie Cumming, Kiwanis president. Steve Wise, Kiwanian, installs a Lake St. Marys Park sign. Kiwanian Fred Thomas supervises several Camden County High School Key Club members as they plant trees. Submitted photos New Lake St. Marys park offers plenty for visitors The City of St. Marys now has a new park, thanks to the Camden County Public Service Authority (PSA) and some extra effort from the St. Marys Kiwanis Club. Lake St. Marys is located directly behind the St. Marys Aquatic Center. It offers a boardwalk, paved walkway around the lake, exercise stations, fishing, shaded benches and picnic tables. The Kiwanis Club of St. Marys organized a Kiwanis one day project with 56 volunteers, including help from the Key Club, K-Kids, DEFY and PSA employees. The volunteers landscaped, RESTORE & MORE painted the boardwalk, installed a sign, cleared brush and picked up litter in the whole area. John Morrissey, St. Marys mayor, officially dedicated the park with a ribbon-cutting ceremony along with an invitation to all citizens to come visit the newest park. Super Saturday Sale Saturday, May 27th 10 a.m. - 4 p.m E. King Ave., Suite C, Kingsland, GA Monday - Friday: 10-6 Saturday: lf 5/25 Surface Preparation & Coatings Aluminum Wood Steel Fiberglass BOATS Woodbine, Ga. Southern Equipment & Services, L.L.C ses 5/25

4 OPINION 4A Thursday, May 25, 2017 Citizens, we need you to speak up There are a lot of key decisions facing Camden County officials these days and one thing is for certain complaining about a decision that has already been made is rarely productive. To influence how public policy is formed and how public funds are spent, citizens need to voice concerns at the planning stages when changes can still easily be made. Unfortunately, that takes awareness and involvement and that may take some time and effort. To have a successful community, we all need to pitch in and do our part to contribute to the common good. To accomplish that, you have to care about what is going on in your back yard. You need to read the newspaper and attend public meetings. You need to ask questions of local governments when their decisions don t make sense. Most of all, you need to vote for the officials who listen and are responsive to the wishes of their constituents. Citizens can make a difference if they choose to get involved. No one is going to hold our leaders accountable if citizens cannot be bothered to be part of the conversation. We wish to thank our readers for investing their time and money in learning more about Camden County and the issues our community is facing. With that knowledge, we hope they engage with the people and organizations that are working to drive our community forward. A collaborative approach usually produces better outcomes than when just a few individuals are calling all the shots. Contact elected leaders Rep. Jason Spencer, Georgia House 180 (912) Yachtsmen Court, Woodbine GA Rep. John Corbett, Georgia House 174 Lowndes 1484 Georgia Highway 135 South Lake Park GA Sen. William Ligon, Georgia Senate (912) Scranton Connector, Brunswick GA Rep. Buddy Carter, U.S. House Buddycarter.house.gov Brunswick (912) Washington (202) Sen. David Perdue, U.S. Senate Perdue.senate.gov Georgia (404) Washington (202) Sen. Johnny Isakson, U.S. Senate Isakson.senate.gov Georgia (770) Washington (202) Tribune & Georgian P.O. Box Osborne Street St. Marys, Georgia (912) Fax (912) Publication Number ( ) ISSN Number ( ) OUR MISSION The Tribune & Georgian is published with pride weekly for the people of Camden County by Community Newspapers Inc., Athens, Ga. We believe that strong newspapers build strong communities Newspapers get things done! Our munity-oriented newspapers. This mission will be accomplished through the teamwork of professionals dedicated to truth, integrity, loyalty, quality and hard work. Jill Helton, Editor and Publisher Christy Braswell, Marketing Director Foy R. Maloy Jr., Regional Publisher Tom Wood Chairman/CNI Dink NeSmith President/CNI Printed on recycled paper using soy-based ink. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Art league thanks judges for serving Dear Editor, As president of the Coastal Camden Art League (CCAL), I am very happy that the paper put our article in the May 18 paper about our seventh annual plein air that took place on April 15. Unfortunately, you did not mention our co-sponsors and I would like to take this opportunity to thank Southeast Georgia Health System and the National Park Service for their continued support. We also wish to thank Mary O. Smith and Svea Pollock as judges. Evelyn R. Hill, president Coastal Camden Art League Does command realize what Navy League does? Dear Editor, It is unfortunate that the current base commander of Kings Bay is unaware of the relationships that have existed between the Navy and its personnel and the public for many years. Is the commander aware of the slogan purported for many years in Camden County: EDICCIMAD? Please let me enlighten you: Every day in Camden County is military appreciation day. What does that mean to the commander? It means a lot to us and we strive to support the military in every way we can. Apparently the same does not flow from his command back to us. He has commanded that Navy League members no longer have access to the base. Is he aware of what the Navy League does to support the sea services on the base? I think Last month I shared a walk along our beautiful waterfront that is slated for major improvements in our master plan. This month I wanted to look at another area of the city highlighting three other key elements in the plan. The first is a focus on health with an emphasis on aging-in-place services. The second element is ensuring connectivity within and between communities as well as connecting with nature. The third is implementing the kind of zoning ordinances necessary to enhance residential quality of life for our citizens. Admittedly, this was more of a drive than a walk but I wanted to look at the growing medical complex that is anchored by our hospital. Many Georgia communities do not have the luxury of close access to hospital services so we consider ours a significant boost to our economy as well as a critical benefit to our citizens. Along Lakeshore Drive we find a number of specialty practices and health-related businesses that begin to form a health care complex. Coming back to Kings Bay Road and turning north onto Winding Road, medical offices and facilities continue to spring up within this complex. New expanded aging-in-place options are adding to the concentration of health services in this corridor and is a step in the right direction. not, or he would not have issued this order that we are not allowed on base. We all used to get security clearance and picture identification cards. I guess he might figure no big deal but, in fact, there are about 400 of us in the Navy League in the Kings Bay chapter. Perhaps the commander might come to realize that he is not solely in command. He should loosen up and accept his partners better. It s a two-way street. By his actions, he can alleviate a partnership that has existed for decades. Is he aware that the Navy League has to now have fundraisers off base to raise funds to honor his Navy personnel? I would appreciate a response from the commander. Chuck Lanham St. Marys Family fought for Cumberland Dear Editor, With great interest and some surprise I have been reading the social media comments, newspaper articles and op-eds about Crossing Kings Bay Road, Winding Road commences and here is the relatively new Village at Winding Road, a 52-unit senior apartment community with a gathering center, fitness center, walking paths and green space. A second complex is already planned adjacent to this village. Residents in both will be able to walk or bike to the medical complex and have access to shopping just up the road. Both of these developments focus on independent living, connectivity and smart zoning ordinances as we look at the right way to complete residential infill. We travel a bit enjoying undeveloped countryside until Winding Road crosses Colerain Road. The widening of Colerain Road, a project in the works for more than 20 years, is a hurricane evacuation route addition that is sorely needed. This major artery is a state transportation project with the city giving attention to bike Cumberland Island. There is quite a machine out there that has spread misinformation and a defiant tone about the extended family of landowners on the island. It incorrectly makes the families out to be greedy land grabbers who only want to make a profit out of our land. As someone who has been a landowner on the island for 56 years, I would like to correct the record. We are the people who fought for Cumberland Island at every turn years before anyone cared. We wanted a park instead of a development. That took time and energy by our parents and grandparents to make that all happen. We also invest time and energy to make the island accessible to everyone. Every spring, summer and fall we support the park volunteers who are working every day to collect important information about the sea life and bird life on the island. While they live at Dungeness, we provide them with access, resources and general care. Many are just young adults who share in our wonder of the island. We have made lifelong friends due to the and walking trails as a part of the construction, connecting neighborhoods and linking to the planned greenways within Camden County. The next section of Winding Road includes undeveloped land on both sides so the new zoning ordinances proposed in the master plan are critical to ensuring how new residential or commercial development integrate within St. Marys. There have been public hearings on these proposals and input is still being accepted. Growing residential development is the next stop with the small Lake Bridge community bustling with buildout of its 127 home lots. Next door is the entrance to Winding River with its clubhouse and resort-style pool. Carefully designed to be a residential community with sidewalks, open space, a soccer field and a wide range of housing options, we continue to see active construction with a variety of home sizes. Children who live here have access to a cut through to walk or bike to Sugarmill Elementary School right across the street. Options are being considered to connect the greenway from Colerain Road via Winding Road to Charlie Smith Sr. Highway and its proposed tabby trail. You next pass by the Methodist boys home on the right, an important social lifeline to those in need. Earlier built-out residential neighborhoods down the bond we have called Cumberland. We are the kind of people who donate hours of our time to environmental causes. We make it possible for directors and senior staffers of the National Audubon Society to come to the island during the bird migration in the fall and spring so they better understand the Atlantic Flyway. Other scientists studying many kinds of reptiles have access to our property for study. We support any and all folks who are interested in Cumberland for scientific and natural reasons. We regularly pick up garbage on the beach and alert the park service to injured animals and bird life and, yes, help campers in distress. We are the kind of people who walk quietly and avoid areas where park visitors are so that we don t disturb their experience. For many years we have shared our property with park visitors. The best example is our partnership with the National Park Service that allows visitors to walk on private property Traveling a road of opportunity John Morrissey Guest columnist See LETTERS, page 5A road include many longtime residents but also a high number of rental properties to accommodate those in the military without transportation who can walk to work as Winding Road reaches the base at Charlie Smith Sr. Highway. One of the things that struck me on this drive down one of the city s longest streets is how important health services are, how neighborhood connectivity can improve our quality of life and how managed growth is a requirement for our future. We have some great examples along this road. As we grow, the need for housing for all income levels continues, but future plans should include connectivity, greenway connections, easy access to goods and services and a way to remain in touch with our great natural resources. There is currently limited commercial enterprise on large sections of this road but as residential density increases, there will be a demand for planned retail and service commerce. There are many distinctly different neighborhoods that comprise our great city, each with its own character and assets. If you haven t been out and about lately, I d encourage you to take a drive or a walk to check them out. John Morrissey is the mayor of St. Marys. He can be contacted at or (912)

5 Thursday, May 25, 2017 Tribune & Georgian 5A Axing military liaison undermines Georgia s efforts Just the mere thought of losing any military installation in Georgia evokes intense waves of panic and nausea. In 2015, the Pentagon asked Congress to convene another commission to review the current military installations in the United States. The loss of any military installation in any military community has economic consequences, especially if economic diversity is scarce. I would hate to think of those consequences in Camden County. Over the last decade, defense spending has decreased and Georgia has the fifth-largest military population in America with an economic impact of almost $20 billion a year. With so much at stake, Georgia cannot afford to be reactionary should the U.S. Department of Defense choose to augment military bases, especially as our neighboring states continue budgeting Jason Spencer Guest columnist millions of dollars in an effort to improve and secure their installations. Like it or not, Georgia and Camden County have been enlisted in this economically competitive military Hunger Games. Knowing these facts, the Georgia House of Representatives created a permanent House Study Committee on Military Affairs to examine and look for ways to be proactive to help immunize and better support Georgia military communities with pro-military policies. Also, the state has found it a significant interest to work closely with our local military communities and I am proud to say The Camden Partnership has been a leader and a model advocate that other military communities in Georgia have emulated. Further, the General Assembly finds that Georgia s military installations represent the single largest economic development investment in the state. Specifically, NSB Kings Bay has a more than $1 billion impact to Georgia s economy. These installations provide thousands of jobs, both directly and indirectly, to several Georgia host communities. Moreover, the General Assembly finds that it is in the best interest of military communities and this state to protect and invest in these facilities. In addition, the General Assembly finds that investment into these communities to further the relationship between the military communities and the military installations, as well as any purpose that further integrates such communities and installations, shall be considered a public benefit to this state. As part of this pro-military investment, the General Assembly passed House Bill 470 this past legislative session. House Bill 470 directs the Department of Economic Development to administer a matching grant program called the Governor s Defense Initiative that provides assistance to military communities with a defense installation in its jurisdiction. Each applicant for the grant must have goals that seek to promote a military installation s relationship with its community, furthers the installation s economic development investment in the community, and successfully protects the installation from the base closure process. However, that initiative may take a year to enact. Without a doubt, The Camden Partnership s mission is congruent with the state s policy and is worthy of investment. As a Camden County citizen and taxpayer, I find the recently considered elimination of the community s military liaison from the Camden County Joint Development Authority s budget proposal sends a confusing signal. This cut could undermine the efforts of the state s policy initiative to immunize our community and support our military installations as outlined in House Bill 470. House Bill 470 has been modeled out of the efforts of military community advocates like Mrs. Sheila McNeill. I believe there will be broader negative consequences if our local support for the military liaison in Camden is cut. The liaison has advocated for the need for our technical college and we are very close to securing the final phase of funding. Such a cut to the military liaison position will send a very untimely signal to state appropriators. Now is not the time to withdraw support for our military advocate. This position is one of the most effective forms of advocacy Camden County has in Atlanta and in Washington and it can now be leveraged even more with the policy set forth by the Georgia General Assembly. My hope is that a reconsideration of the proposed cut will be reversed to reinstate this important position and put the odds in our favor. Rep. Jason Spencer represents residents of House District 180, which includes Camden County and portions of Charlton and Ware counties. Letters from page 4A as part of the parallel trail, which gives hikers a clear and beautiful path instead of walking on the hot dusty road where vehicles pass on one lane. I hope these facts make it clear to the public that we, and our children, care deeply about the island. Please try to be open-minded and put yourself in our shoes because this is the kind of people we are. Nancy Cannon Cumberland Island No one intends to develop land Dear Editor, As a member of the Ferguson family who owns property on Cumberland Island, I ask you to consider our perspective concerning the request for rezoning. In the media some claim that we are land developers intent only on profit. This is not the case; none of the landowners intend to develop their land or sell any houses or property. The zoning change request is due to a strict zoning designation that was placed on all Cumberland private property without actual notice. Recently, we learned of this designation when one of the landowners sought a building permit and the county required a 10-lot subdivision and a zoning variance in adherence with the new development code. As a group, we seek reasonable use of our property to build a limited number of family homes in the same manner as other property owners on Little Cumberland Island or elsewhere in Camden County. We have no intention of building large numbers of houses and are actively working with the county and National Park Service on a plan that allows us reasonable use of our land while not adversely impacting the park. Our family has lived on Cumberland for over 135 years; Cumberland is our home. From our view, we are fighting to hold onto our family s legacy of love and care for Cumberland, which we have worked hard to preserve. Our family home, Greyfield, was converted to an inn by our grandmother, Lucy Ferguson, in 1966 as a means for her children and grandchildren to keep the land in our family. She tirelessly taught us that keeping the land was far more important than the money it could bring. Growing up on Cumberland we farmed, cut timber, raised cattle, hunted, fished and worked at the inn. We know where the hickories and wild persimmons grow, which live oaks bear the most acorns and which muscadine vines can be counted on to produce. The Island is the place of our first memories; I cannot express my gratitude for the great blessing to have had a close, lifelong relationship with this place and its people. There is an old photograph of our grandmother bottle-feeding a fawn while sitting in the lap of a big live oak just in front of Greyfield. I think she was about 17 years old at the time; she was born in Fifty years later the same tree had not changed much where, as a boy, I spent many happy hours. Now, one hundred years later, the branches of the old oak hang to the ground under their own weight and now, with a steadying hand, my 2-year-old granddaughter walks those same limbs. It is a comfort to think that when my time is gone that tree will very likely still be there. I hope that my granddaughter will be able to climb that tree with her grandchildren, and I expect that most people would want the same for their families. Jamie Ferguson Cumberland Island Hopefully efforts result in a fair resolution for all Dear Editor, Many of the lifelong private landowners on Cumberland Island have taken great care to express to the general public what it is we are asking for, as far as the right to build family homes on the island, so I will not rehash their thoughtful communications. I do, however, want to correct a false premise the opponents to our efforts have propagated throughout the media and through their wide communications to the public. Article after article, social media postings, etc., have described the Cumberland landowners as developers seeking to exploit the beauty and magic of Cumberland Island for our own enrichment. Nothing could be further from the truth. No one who owns property on Cumberland wants to see the nightmare scenarios our opponents suggest will come true and our actions over the decades indicate just that. We are not developers seeking to build homes to be marketed to the public and thereby make a profit to put in our own pockets. In truth, we are simply private property owners who wish to maintain the homes we ve cherished and cared for over the last 130 years and, if necessary, build or replace homes for future needs. We certainly understand the need for thoughtful planning and consideration of the national park and its visitors under any circumstances involving building. Lastly, I know many of the players in this effort are working hard to develop a long-term solution that works for all parties involved. It s a difficult task for government officials to make the best decision for the island s future but, hopefully, the parties thoughtful and reasoned efforts to date will result in a fair solution for all and cooler heads will prevail. Stillman McFadden Germantown, Tenn. Clause in public law should be more worrisome Dear Editor, Having followed the recent controversy over the zoning variance requested by the Candler family and the possible rezoning of the remaining retained rights acreage by the Camden County commissioners, this reader suggests that a more serious threat to the preservation of Cumberland Island lies within the enabling legislation that established the island as a national seashore back in In reading through that legislation, whose pertinent sections are available on the National Park Service website, the Secretary of the Interior was given administrative authority to acquire the right-of-way for a Cumberland Island Parkway, by buying up to 1,000 acres of land through voluntary purchase from private owners and subsequently build this parkway with whatever causeways, bridges and other related infrastructure is needed for access to the island (See Section 3, Public Law ). While not authorizing the use of eminent domain by the secretary, that could be changed by amendment anytime. With the possible development of the Spaceport, or failing that effort, some other industrial use of the former Thiokol site, you can bet pressure will build for easy access to the northern end of the island. And all it will take is a simple single amendment to Section 3 of PL at the federal level to Cumberland s enabling legislation to grant the power of eminent domain to the Secretary of the Interior for the Cumberland Parkway to move forward. As an older boomer, fisherman and ocean lover, at various times I have vacationed along the coast from Virginia to the Florida Keys and up the Florida west coast. One sad experience has stayed with me for years: that of being among the last vacationers to ride the small car ferry from Fort Myers over to Sanibel-Captiva islands the year before the present causeway was completed. At the time of my visit with my parents, there was only one modest motel on Sanibel, a few stores and private residences (what we knew then as old Florida ). That s gone forever. And, as most would agree, once either a large commercial ferry service is established or a bridge built to a barrier island, the developers soon follow and cannot be stopped. In conclusion, then, I encourage those friends of Cumberland Island, including those on either side of the current zoning debate, to unite in seeking an amendment to PL which deletes Section 3 in its entirety and puts in its place a permanent ban on construction of any bridges or large scale commercial vehicular ferry docks on Cumberland Island, ever. Vinson Straub St. Marys Thanks for help with prayer day Dear Editor, May 4 was our country s official National Day of Prayer. For the third year in a row, more than 200 faithful Christians from at least 25 different churches gathered at the Camden County Recreation Center at 7 a.m. We were led in music by Fred Myers and his sister, Starlette. Then Coach Welton Coffey provided a stirring devotion on the importance of prayer. We then had several individuals lead us in prayer focused on key areas of concern for our country. Steve Parrott, Woodbine s mayor, led us in praying for our government; Navy Warrant Officer Donnie Abbott for our uniform services; sheriff Jim Proctor for our public safety; Leah Register and Ally Holloway, students at Camden County High School, for our youth and families; Renae Brickle for our church leadership; and Paul and Vicki Hafer of WECC Radio for our media. We had teams to provide free hot coffee and pastries, ushers and Allen Rassi and his son provided the very necessary sound system for the gymnasium. The recreation center provided all the set-up and clean-up. It was truly an amazing experience to see so much diversity coming together in harmony to provide one strong way in which we can help our country. Our sincere thanks to all those who made this gathering such a success. We look forward to seeing you again next May 3. Tom Conkright St. Marys How will county pay for project? Dear Editor, It is no surprise the chickens have come home to roost. Revenues have been persistently overestimated while Camden s leadership fails to perform the most basic tasks needed to stop the slide. After seven years of declining county revenues, our commissioners are forced into across-the-board budget cuts. Every government department has to shrink. Employees and citizens alike get the shaft after years of mismanagement and wrong-headed leadership. No matter how much lipstick they put on this pig, they finally admitted the spaceport is a visible indicator of their failed leadership. The $4 million they ve spent is equal to more than one full year of the county s entire discretionary spending. And every dollar has been spent off-budget. They failed to conduct the most rudimentary research like economic impact studies while they count on an industry that has no proven customers for the existing, much less any new, spaceports. Does anyone remember Steve Howard or Jimmy Starline telling us we d have to borrow $25 million to pay for the spaceport? Until last week, all we heard was that we would have a public-private partnership with some never-named, deep-pocket space company paying the way. With tens of millions more to go and every county department cutting its budget, the commissioners now assure us that Camden can afford it because we are debt-free. Are they nuts? Just how do they pay back $25 million when they can t pay our current bills? Most high schoolers with a credit card understand the problem better than our commissioners seem to. Steve Howard, Jimmy Starline and Jason Spencer must think the peasants of Camden County won t remember their grand promises of hundreds or was it thousands of jobs for the spaceport. To pay spaceport bills, they took money from the JDA that would have created real jobs from industries that really exist. Now they promise the JDA they ll tax us even more if a deal happens. Could any project be riskier than building the eighth U.S. spaceport for which there is no proven demand? They sold us the hype of a traveling spaceport salesman who had never built a spaceport or launched a rocket. Even Rep. Jason Spencer has recently admitted that his space tourism bill will help other counties since space tourism can t launch from Camden. The county s purchase option on the Union Carbide property expires next month requiring extension but the aforementioned leaders refuse to tell us the new costs of that contract. Since the Federal Aviation Administration environmental impact study is late, we re now told a decision will come next year. Unexpected problems, Mr. Howard? Meanwhile, they pay $8,000 a month to an Atlanta public relations company to put out good vibes, and $2,500 a week to their self-professed spaceport subject matter expert consultant. The officials of any public company operating the way our commissioners do would See LETTERS, page 6A WE WANT YOUR OPINION Do you think Camden needs a military liaison? LAST WEEK S RESULTS What do you think the county should do about Cumberland? 68% Deny the variance. 18% Approve the variance. 09% Some combination of these options 05% Consider altering the island s zoning.

6 6A Tribune & Georgian Thursday, May 25, 2017 Letters from page 5A have been fired long ago. Camden s voters and taxpayers are unlucky because we are stuck with stubborn commissioners through the next two elections. What shade of lipstick does Spaceport Camden wear? Steve Weinkle Harrietts Bluff Does St. Marys have a plan for more jobs? Dear Editor, As a pilot flying for a major airline, my team and I always have a clearly defined plan for the mission at hand. And we always have contingency plans if unexpected events occur. The same can be said for every pilot, either professional or private that frequents the St. Marys Airport. We are highly skilled, mission-oriented people, for whom failure is not an option. Can the same be said for people whose mission is to bring quality jobs to our beautiful town? Those people have been entrusted with our hard-earned tax dollars. And yet, how many years have passed since the Gilman mill closed? How long has the bag plant been silent? How many shuttered storefronts and for-lease signs do you pass on the way to Mayor John Morrissey s welcome sign? On July 15, five more St. Marys-based businesses will be shuttered and another 280 acres of land will land on the backs of the taxpayers when the St. Marys Airport is closed. Yes, believe it or not, there are five viable businesses that have a presence on your airport. The jobs that this viable asset currently supports, and the high-quality jobs that could have been created will be gone forever, forced to close or move to a neighboring city. What is the plan for the empty, unproductive property that my tax dollars will now have to support? I d really like to know considering the recent jump in our property taxes. Airports, when properly managed, become financial engines that generate fuel taxes, landing fees and create highly skilled jobs. Furthermore, they provide the catalyst for education and innovation in the host community. More importantly, they allow investors, entrepreneurs and other creative minds to land on your doorstep. These are the people who create jobs in a community. But that is going to go away on July 15. As an entrepreneur with a real estate management company, I use our corporate aircraft to quickly access our current properties in places where airline service is not that convenient. In one case, the trip to Warner Robins Air Park for a meeting and construction site survey is transformed from a five-hour drive to a 50-minute flight. Double that time for the round trip. You can pick any point. That time savings gives access to opportunities for both the city and the investor. Entrepreneurs place a very high value on their time. And if you want them to put your community on the map for development then you must understand how aviation plays a part in that equation. Otherwise, Mayor Morrissey s welcome sign will go unseen. In my next letter, I plan to talk about the major investments being made at the St Simons Island and Fernandina Beach, Fla., airports. Walter R. Carter St. Marys LETTERS POLICY Letters submitted for publication must include the writer s full name, street address and telephone number for verification purposes. Unsigned letters or those that do not include contact information will not be published. Letters should be no more than 500 words. Writers are limited to one letter every 20 days. Thank-you letters will be published to acknowledge volunteers, and can name specific businesses or individuals working in a professional capacity. Long lists will not be published. Letters written on behalf of a community organization must be signed by at least one person. While attempts are made to print all letters that meet the above criteria, all are subject to the discretion of the editor and publisher. Mail letters to P.O. Box 6960, St. Marys, Ga., 31558; fax to (912) ; deliver to 206 Osborne St.; to Tank gets first for photo Submitted photo St. Marys resident and business owner Kim Tank of Kimberly Tank Art & Photography has been awarded first place in the motion category of the National Association of Professional Child Photographers Inspired Gallery Event for this photo. I am honored to be one of the winners among the amazing talent of this organization that has inspired me and helped me grow in my business and my craft over the last 2.5 years, Tank said. A big thank you to all who have supported me and my business throughout my journey as a photographer. Fourth of July festival makes top 20 The Kiwanis Club of St. Marys 49th Annual Independence Day Festival will be held Tuesday, July 4. It is one of the area s most popular and well-attended events. The Independence Day festival is a celebration of community and country and is a summer tradition for many local families and visitors, said Angela Wigger, tourism director. This year s festival theme is Honoring Our Military and the celebration will offer events and activities including a 5K/10K run, vendors and entertainment. Advance registration is encouraged for the run, which starts at 7 a.m., and is mandatory for parade participants. Arts and crafts vendors are scheduled to be on-site from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and food vendors will be on-site until 10 Walk for Life p.m. The themed parade on Osborne Street will begin at 10 a.m. The evening will culminate with a fireworks display over the river just after dark. The St. Marys Waterfront Park will be a good location to watch the show or guests can purchase tickets for the fireworks river cruise that sets off at 7 p.m. River cruise tickets can be purchased at the St. Marys Welcome Center or the Kingsland Welcome Center and are $20 per person. A one-mile kids fun run for children 14 and younger will be held at 9 a.m. Saturday, July 1 on the grounds of St. Marys Elementary School. Early registration ends Monday, June 26. All registration forms for festival event participation can be found at www. smkiwanis.com. Kiwanians are known as leaders in community involvement and the planning and execution of this festival attests to their success. Funds raised are used to assist in club programs for children throughout Camden County. Festival sponsorships are still available and anyone wishing to sponsor is encouraged to participate. The 2017 Independence Day Festival is designated as a Southeast Tourism Society Top 20 Event. The dedication of the club in presenting the family-friendly, well-organized annual celebration has made the festival most deserving of the award. The Southeast Tourism Society s Top 20 Festival and Event list is an excellent guide for the Southeast s visitors, residents and travel writers. The events selected represent the best of the best. Sears store in St. Marys won t be closing With the recent news surrounding Sears Holdings Corporation, the Sears Hometown Store in St. Marys assures local residents it is going strong and will continue providing the community access to the brands they love and need. Sears Hometown locations operate under Sears Hometown and Outlet Stores, Inc., which separated from Sears Holdings Corporation in News from Sears Holdings Corporation about its performance or store closings in no way reflects the health of Sears Hometown and Outlet Stores or the St. Marys Sears Hometown Store, which is locally owned. We want to make sure our customers know that we are here to stay and will continue to provide our wonderful community with the same top-notch products, unparalleled customer service and incomparable store experience they have come to expect from us, said Steven Geimer, owner of Sears Hometown Store in St. Marys. Our store is thriving and looking forward to being a valued community partner in St. Marys for many years to come. The store is located at 28 Hawthorn Lane. For more information, visit or call (912) Submitted photo The Camden branch of Care Net Pregnancy Center of Coastal Georgia hosted its annual Walk for Life March 18. Nearly 70 people of all ages walked through downtown St. Marys, raising $23,014. Teams from 20 churches invited friends, family and acquaintances to sponsor them as they walked to support the ministries of the Camden branch. All of the services of Care Net Pregnancy Center are confidential and offered free of charge, including pregnancy testing, first trimester ultrasounds, STI testing, options counseling, parenting classes, material assistance, a fatherhood program and post-abortion support groups. As a nonprofit community agency funded primarily by donations and grants, Care Net relies on three major fundraising events each year: the Walk for Life, Baby Bottle Campaign and end-of-the-year banquet. REALTOR DIRECTORY jf 7/28 Watson Realty Corp 6250 Highway 40 E Jackie Frye St. Marys, GA F Won t Last Long! Property of the Week 106 Gentle Knoll Drive W. Listed at $179,999 Dale R. Hoylman REALTOR Watson Realty Corp Highway 40E St. Marys, GA Office: Cell: Fax: dalehoylman.georgiamls.com dh 9/22 Direct: Fax: Highway 40E St. Marys, GA Rita K. 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7 Thursday, May 25, 2017 Tribune & Georgian 7A Liaison from page 1A Kings Bay as the only one out of 15 military communities in Georgia that does not have a dedicated military liaison. What a terrible message to send to our defense and elected leaders, Reilly said. We should never take what we have at Kings Bay for granted. Reilly said the timing could not be worse, with the retirement of Kings Bay s Ohio-class submarines starting in about 10 years and the Defense Base Closure and Realignment Commission looming. McNeill is at the nexus of efforts to secure Kings Bay as the homeport for the new Virginia-class submarines, he said. Joint resolution City councils in Kingsland and St. Marys approved a joint resolution last week urging the JDA to reverse the de-funding of the position. Woodbine Mayor Steve Parrott also wrote a letter in support of McNeill, but Woodbine s council will not take up the joint resolution until its June 5 meeting. The county budget, which includes the JDA s funding, is slated for a vote on June 20. Kingsland City Council member Jim McClain, who spoke at the May 16 board of commissioners meeting as well as the May 19 JDA meeting, said the JDA should not be focusing solely on land speculation and giveaways to the detriment of its military sector. To cut a $55,000 position that helps protect the military s $1.1 billion in annual economic impact to Camden County would seem short-sighted, at best, he said. The door you are about to open carries with it grave financial risks, McClain said. The decision to fire such a valuable resource is baffling and makes no sense, and we are all recommending a course change. Dr. Will Hardin, superintendent of Camden County Schools, told the JDA he has long been a champion on economic diversification, UPCOMING EVENTS Thursday, May 25 The Southeast Georgia Health System Wellness on Wheels (WOW) mobile health vehicle will provide mammograms from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Thursday, May 25, at McKinney Community Health Center, which is located at 711 Charles Gilman Ave. in Kingsland. All mammograms require a physician s order. Insurance is accepted and financial assistance is available for patients who qualify. For more information or appointments, call (912) The Camden County Alzheimer s Caregiver Support Group will meet at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, May 25 at First Presbyterian Church in St. Marys. For more information, call Dianne Torgersen at (912) The Camden County Public Service Authority Leisure Services Department will hold its board meeting at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, May 25 in the community room of the Camden County Recreation Center. The meeting is open to the public. Agenda will include the old business of the budget. For more information, call (912) Friday, May 26 The Hello Summer Festival is a two-day event Memorial Day weekend on Friday, May 26, and Saturday, May 27. Proceeds benefit Habitat for Humanity of Camden County. The festival will be open from 3 to 10 p.m. Friday and 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday. There will be arts, crafts, food and a free concert with Eagles tribute band On the Border at 7 p.m. Friday in the amphitheater of Howard Gilman Memorial Park. For more information, contact Doug Maurer at (912) The Woodbine Lions Club will host a fish fry from 5 to 7 p.m. Friday, May 26 at its clubhouse. The cost is $8 per ticket at the door or $7 in advance from a Lions member. The clubhouse is located at 320 Crestview Drive in Woodbine. Not to acknowledge the impact and importance of that military connection is, I think, irresponsible, quite frankly. Saturday, May 27 Tai chi in the park will start at 10 a.m. Saturday, May 27, at the Woodbine waterfront park on First Street across from the post office. Those who wish to participate should wear flat-soled shoes and comfortable clothing. Rock n Roll Express train rides will be held Saturday, May 27, in St. Marys. Participants will ride the rails through the woodlands to the Heaven s Got Talent stage where rock and roll legends, including Elvis, will compete for the title as decided by train passengers. Trains will depart Theatre by the Trax at 10 a.m., noon, 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. Theatre by the Trax is located at 1000 Osborne St. Tickets are $20 for adults and $14 for children 12 and younger. Kids 2 and younger ride free. For tickets, visit www. stmarysrailroad.com or call (912) For groups of 10 or more, call (912) for the group discount code. Thursday, June 1 A free study group is being formed to explore Neale Donald Walsch s books Conversations with God and share with one another the resulting opportunities, challenges and changes in life. The goal is to explore this material deeply, chapter by chapter, concept by concept, to hopefully make the wisdom functional in everyday life. Anyone who is interested in joining should send an to The group tentatively plans to start meeting June 1. Friday, June 2 Will Hardin, school superintendent but said that does not mean we should not preserve the military relationships that Camden has worked many years to establish. Not to acknowledge the impact and importance of that military connection is, I think, irresponsible, quite frankly, Hardin said. Camden Partnership board chair Howard Sepp said the county is the primary funding source for McNeill s advocacy work, which includes lobbying for the expansion of missions at Kings Bay and strengthening relationships with the Navy. She has done this very effectively for many years, hand in hand with the JDA and our community, he said to the JDA at Friday s meeting. Sepp said it was explained to the partnership that this was a business decision by the JDA, which is refocusing its efforts on non-military economic development. He also said the JDA has fewer resources since the county recalled $750,000 in previously allocated JDA funds earlier this fiscal year. In the end, whether it is in our homes or businesses, we fund what we consider to be of value. It s hard for me and many others in the community to think there is no longer value in funding the efforts that Sheila McNeill brings to the economic development in our area, he said. McNeill has championed the U.S. Navy and Kings Bay Naval Submarine Base for decades in both paid and unpaid positions. She has served as the local Navy League president and was later elected national Navy League president, the first woman to serve in that role. She was also appointed by the federal government to serve on the Defense Advisory Committee on Women in the Services. McNeill has worked for the military advocacy organization, The Camden Partnership, for the last several years. For many years, the JDA allocated funds directly to Downtown St. Marys will celebrate another First Friday June 2 with a Food Crawl with to-go foodie items, music on the street, art displays and more. Shops will be open until 8 p.m. Attendees may pick up shrimp-in-a-cup at Lang s Restaurant, listen to Scott Thibideau at The Company House/Lucy Gunn, grab chicken verde nachos and relax with Gabe The Camden Partnership to help pay for McNeill s travel expenses, but for the past two years, it contracted directly with McNeill. Commissioners speak When the JDA presented its budget to the county commissioners during a work session the evening of May 18, commissioners Gary Blount and Lannie Brant both expressed concern about the elimination of the military liaison. Both said they had received several calls from concerned citizens. For some of us who have seen what Camden Partnership has done for us over the years, it is a bad business decision on our part, Brant said. James Coughlin, JDA director, explained that the JDA moved the $55,000 it paid to McNeill to other line items to help support the $1.2 million in land and incentive offers that are actively being considered by prospective employers. Jimmy Starline, chairman of the Camden County Board of Commissioners, said it was the JDA s decision how to allocate its funds within the JDA budget. If we are all going to go on the record, I don t have any comment about your line item on office supplies for $1,500. And I don t have any comment on any line item you have. Those are decisions you make, Starline said. So whatever you all decide is fine with me. Commissioners Chuck Clark and Ben Casey followed suit by saying they also were fine with how the JDA had allocated its funds. Keith Post, St. Marys Submarine Museum director, Navy League member and former St. Marys City Council member, also was among those who attended the meetings to protest the decision. Post stated in a written letter to the JDA that he believed the elimination of the funding was due to a long-standing grudge that Arnold on sax at The Blue Goose, chill out with Fast Break East at Cottle and Gunn and dance a little to Jerry Lee and the Ramblin Country Trio at Cedar Oak Café. For more information, call Cheri Richter at (912) or visit Saturday, June 3 The Democrats of Camden County will hold an organizational meeting at 10 a.m. Saturday, June 3 in the meeting room of the county building, located next to the Camden County Public Library on Gross Road in Kingsland. The meeting, which will last about an hour, is open to all Democrats and those interested in the Democratic Party. More information is available online at democratsofcamdencountyga. org/ or by calling (912) Sunday, June 4 The women s department of Brown s Chapel AME Church will celebrate its annual Women s Day at 3 p.m. Sunday, June 4. The guest speaker will be Minister Lucille Dawson of the Georgia Avenue Church of God along with their combined choir. Everyone is invited. Rev. Ronald Hamilton is the pastor at Brown s Chapel. Tuesday, June 6 Single Again meets on the first Tuesday of every month at 6 p.m. at Red Moose. The next meeting will be June 6. Any senior interested in making new friends and enjoying activities while creating a positive lifestyle is welcome. Dress is casual and the conversation is lively. Attendees learn there is hope after divorce, death of a spouse or the end of a long-term relationship. Change can be hard but is made easier with the support of others. Those interested are invited to share their ideas for making life better. For menu and address, visit facebook.com/redmoosecamden/. The Camden Roundtable will meet from 11:30 a.m. to 1 pm. Tuesday, June 6, at Missy s Starline, a private pilot and former St. Marys Airport Authority chairman, has against McNeill and The Camden Partnership over the impending closing of the St. Marys Airport. He also noted the decision was precipitated by the Navy s desire to better protect and secure the base following the terror attacks of 9/11. With this decision by the JDA board, you are thumbing your nose at virtually all the elected leadership in the county, except perhaps the county commission chairman, Post wrote. Starline, in an interview Wednesday, said he is upset about the airport closing but does not personally blame McNeill. He said he has not lobbied any officials to defund the position and maintained that the JDA is responsible for deciding how to spend the funds it gets from the county. Legislators react At a chamber luncheon Tuesday, Camden s state legislators also expressed disappointment at the decision. I understand you need to cut where you need to cut, but this was not a strategic cut, said Rep. Jason Spencer, calling the decision untimely and unfortunate. He suggested commissioners look into grant funds that were authorized under House Bill 470 to help military communities meet their goals under the governor s defense initiative. Funds are awarded on a case-by-case basis, he added. Spencer said this bill recognizes that advocacy helps and is a necessary part of the government structure and he encouraged the county to consider this as a possible funding source. Rep. John Corbett, who is bringing his fellow members of the military affairs committee to Camden County in mid-june as part of the governor s initiative, also expressed concern by the de-funding of the position. That was a bad decision hopefully, they can put that funding back, he said. Sen. William Ligon also said advocacy is important when it comes to Georgia s military bases and said the time has come when the Kitchen in the Kings Bay Shopping Center in St. Marys. The program starts at noon with John Royall and Frank Woodward talking about Wildlife Defense Systems and the Tall Ship Alliance. A buffet lunch will be served at 11:30 a.m. and throughout the program. Lunch prices are $8 for one trip through the buffet or $10 for all you can eat. Friday, June 9 Woodmen of the World Chapter 1523 is collecting flags to be properly retired in a flag day ceremony. Flags can be dropped off through Friday, June 9 at the Tribune & Georgian located at 206 Osborne St. in St. Marys, Kingsland Welcome Center located on Boone Avenue in Kingsland or Woodbine City Hall located at the corner of Bedell and fourth Street in Woodbine. Saturday, June 10 The St. Marys Chalk Art Walk will be held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, June 10 at the St. Marys Waterfront Park. The event is open to individuals or groups. Featured will be arts and crafts, food vendors and prizes. The theme is Love, Peace and Community. The chalk art contest entrance fee is $5 for individuals and $10 for groups of four or less. For more information, call (912) The St. Marys Convention and Visitors Bureau announces that the Starry Nights, Music in the Park series will be held Saturday, June 10. The Bluff 5 Band blends rock, blues, soul, country and alternative music. Starry Nights, Music in the Park is presented by the St. Marys Convention and Visitors Bureau and the City of St. Marys. The 2017 season sponsor is Freedom Self Storage. For more information, visit VisitSt- Marys.com or call the St. Marys Welcome Center at (912) upcoming events to the editor at or fax to (912) community is going to have to step up more. JDA votes The JDA s bylaws require it to pass a budget during the May meeting and the vote was unanimous for next year s $720,000 budget. Following the vote, JDA chairman Jeff Barker said, At the end of the day, we are to be held accountable for our outcomes, and not our activities. In a statement provided after the meeting, Barker said he and the other authority members recognize the importance and impact of Kings Bay, but that does not change the reality that conditions beyond their control could result in the downsizing of the Camden s military presence, making the work of the JDA to diversify the economy even more vital. To offset that potential impact (of military downsizing), however remote the chance may be, our priority is to work toward balancing our local economy by increasing the benefit and impact of private sector development, said the written statement. Not only will this provide more immediate benefits but it will be progressive in terms of longterm sustainability should a fateful day come when the impact of NSBKB is not as strong as we currently enjoy. PUBLIC NOTICE The Camden County Board of Commissioners presents the fiscal year budget for advertisement. A copy of the proposed budget is available for review during normal business hours in the Government Services Building in Woodbine. It is also available on the County s website at A budget public hearing is scheduled for June 1, 2017 at 5:00 p.m.in the Commissioners Meeting Room. Comments are welcome and encouraged from the public. The adoption of the budget is tentatively scheduled for June 13, 2017 at 6:00 p.m. GENERAL FUND Proposed Revenues: Tax Collections: Ad valorem taxes $16,802,500 All other taxes 5,220,600 Permits and Inspection Fees 125,500 State and Federal Funding 118,100 Commissioners and Fees 3,105,350 Constitutional Offices 2,138,700 Other 2,623,667 Total all General Fund Revenues $30,134,417 Proposed Expenditures by Department: Board of Commissioners $ 242,251 Board of Equalization 16,393 County Clerk 60,658 Administration 360,630 Administrative Services 78,060 County Attorney 277,857 Registrar 122,117 Special Appropriations 3,806,450 Finance & Budget 486,349 Information Technology 263,391 Human Resources 143,402 Tax Commissioner 636,401 Tax Assessor 673,519 Employee Health 3,485,136 Worker s Compensation 356,447 Insurance 763,196 Onsite Wellness Clinic 438,291 Facilities Management 481,762 Superior Court 364,735 Clerk of Court 499,927 District Attorney 382,454 Magistrate Court 284,182 Probate Court 446,407 Juvenile Court 276,936 Public Defender 225,482 Patrol Division 3,476,631 Jail/Corrections 2,783,837 Adult Probation 11,737 Department of Juvenile Justice 16,175 E M S 4,670,379 Coroner & Medical Examiner 39,508 Animal Control 314,696 Emergency Management 65,869 Public Works 1,381,608 Fleet Maintenance 205,160 Health Department 360,307 Mosquito Control 79,479 Department of Family & Children Services 88,386 County Library 301,909 Bryan Lang Historical Library 61,010 Planning & Development 335,090 County Agents 91,114 Forestry 26,287 Joint Development Authority 552,803 Total General Fund $30,134,417 CURBSIDE COLLECTION Revenues $980,783 Expenditures $980,783 EMERGENCY TELEPHONE SYSTEM Revenues $1,334,232 Expenditures $1,334,232 UNINCORPORATED TAX DISTRICT Revenues $1,663,150 Expenditures Right-of-Way Mowing $250,000 Fire District 941,775 Recreation 471,375 $1,663,150 Revenues include an estimated insurance premiums tax of $933,600 SPLOST #7 Revenues $9,867,600 Expenditures $9,867,600 SOLID WASTE Revenues $4,767,460 Expenditures $4,767, ccboc 5/25

8 8A Tribune & Georgian from page 1A seven years and the county has lost more than $600,000 in anticipated Local Option Sales Tax (LOST) revenues. Changes by the state of Georgia to vehicle tag taxes resulted in a shortfall of $168,000 since the tax was implemented. While the tax digest is tentatively expected to increase about 6 percent this year, Fender said the shortfall between the county department heads budget requests and anticipated tax revenues for next year totals about $5.7 million. The county is projecting about $27 million in revenues next year. Jimmy Starline, chairman of the county board, said the county always has to go back to its department heads and ask for additional cuts. This year, commissioners are asking department heads to set their budgets at levels, minus 3 percent. But even with those departmental cuts, the county will likely experience cash flow problems without a healthy fund balance. This is typical, Fender said. The difference is the fund balance issue this year. Fund balance A fund balance is the amount of money left over after all obligations have been paid. Many governments consider this overage to be like a savings account or contingency account for unanticipated expenses. According to Fender, the largest expenses eating at the fund balance have been: health and worker s compensation claims salary increases for public safety and others maintaining prior year expenses while revenues declined spaceport project utility increases Fender said the county s Casey from page 1A decapitated her body with a knife. The two counts of felony murder stem from the aggravated assault counts. Felony murder is a charge brought against someone for allegedly causing the death of someone else while com- Pay raises Fender also said the county has used its fund balance to pay for salary increases over the last three years. And the majority of these mitting a felony, such as aggravated assault. Casey was indicted for theft by taking for allegedly taking Nanan s rental car and identity fraud for allegedly having her driver s license in his possession. As for the two counts of tampering with evidence, Casey allegedly threw the knife off a bridge into a river and wiped up some of the blood stains in Nanan s car. We have financed the spaceport out of general fund and fund balance, and that s a big expenditure. We re already in at close to $4 million. We are probably going to need some more to get to a final answer on that. Jimmy Starline, county commission chairman are state mandated, he said. It s not like we can say we don t want to do that. These are mandated from the state and here we have a major issue here with the revenue and they are telling us we have to do this. Fender said there was $160,000 in raises over the last three years in just four areas Camden County Superior Court, juvenile court, public defender s office and the county s constitutional officers. The state of Georgia sets the salaries of constitutional officers the sheriff, clerk of Superior Court, probate court judge and tax commissioner as well as the chief magistrate, probate judge, district attorney and juvenile court judge. Employees of the district attorney and public defender are set by the Brunswick Judicial Circuit and jointly funded by the five counties in the circuit. Pay increases for all other departments, including employees serving under the constitutional officers, comes from the county s general fund. County payroll records show that several employees received significant raises during the last three years. When asked about the increases, county administrator Steve Howard has said that some of those were necessary to remain competitive with other employers. Other increases reflected additional duties, he said. Howard and JDA executive director James Coughlin both got raises that were negotiated as part of their employment contracts. In 2016, fire rescue and sheriff s office employees received pay increases. This includes raises to public safety support staff, such as the $15,000 increase awarded to the county s 911 director and a $9, pay raise for one of its mechanics. County payroll records show there were numerous pay increases awarded in the last three years in other departments as well, including several who received annual pay raises in excess of $5,000: Information technology tech $13, HR director $12, Finance director $12,480 County administrator $10, Building inspector $10, Senior service representative $10, JDA director $9, Real estate appraiser $9, Maintenance technician $6, Maintenance technician $6, County clerk $6, Office manager $5, Senior service representative $5, IT director $5, Looking at the same three-year period, many county employees have not gotten a pay raise since 2015 when the county awarded a 1-percent cost-of-living increase. Many of these include workers at the lower pay ranges in positions like library workers, heavy equipment operators and court workers. If the county rolls back its budget from last year, it is unlikely that those em- DEALER DAYS HURRY! SPECIAL PRICING ENDS MAY 28!! BG 50 Handheld Blower MS 170 Chainsaw Save $ $ BG 50 Save $ $ MS 170 Camden Since 1969 CRAWFORD MOWER OWER & SAW Serving 1703 Point Peter Rd., St. Marys CM 4.27 Budget fund balance is $3.5 million and $2.2 million of that is unrestricted with regard to how it is spent. Just three years ago, that fund was $7.7 million. But since that time, the county decided to pursue the development of a commercial spaceport facility and has spent millions on the environmental impact statement and related activities, like lobbying the state government to pass its first spaceport-related legislation. That s where we ve spent our fund balance, Starline said. To help cover those expenses, commissioners also recalled $750,000 that was allocated last year to other economic development projects being handled by the Joint Development Authority. We have financed the spaceport out of general fund and fund balance, and that s a big expenditure. We re already in at close to $4 million. We are probably going to need some more to get to a final answer on that, Starline said. The draft EIS will likely reveal within the next year whether the county has a viable spaceport project, Starline said. If it does, then the county will need to consider more long-term funding such as a bond issue, he said. Starline reiterated the commissioners pledge to make up to $2 million in incentive funds available to the JDA if it negotiated a deal with a qualified employer to create jobs in Camden County. That s our agreement with them and we are going to honor our agreement, he said. We may not even have to use it, but if the JDA calls, we have it. Thursday, May 25, 2017 HAPPENING NOW! DON T WAIT! LIMITED TIME OFFERS! Like the T&G online ployees will see raises in the coming fiscal year. According to Fender, for the three-year period starting around April 2014, expenses for salaries and associated benefits have increased almost $1.7 million. The increase began when we started losing employees to the base in the road department and couldn t even get applications, Fender said. He added that the largest portion of that amount can be attributed to public safety, which also has had problems with retention and being competitive with nearby agencies. No tax increase Although no action was taken at the meeting, all of the officials voiced reluctance to raise taxes to make ends meet. They directed the finance director to devise a strategy to bridge the shortfall by using some of the remaining fund balance, combined with a line of credit. Basically what will happen with using these variations with the fund balance we have right now, I will probably have to take the line of credit around May of next year, he said. Fender and the commissioners also discussed the merits of a bond issue versus a line of credit, ultimately deciding that a line of credit was the smartest option. Although the line of credit would have to be paid back by the end of the year, the county will have ample cash flow during that time as property taxes are paid. Along with that discussion, the commissioners nixed several funding increases that have been requested, such as the $800,000 in personnel costs that the sheriff has requested to staff the new pod at the Camden County jail in Woodbine. The jail expansion, which was opposed by Woodbine city officials, has remained empty since it was completed a few years ago. Commissioners also discussed funding related to the county shooting range, consolidation of the board of registrars and mowing contract increases for the unincorporated tax district, but felt those were able to be absorbed for now. Starline said he supported the idea of a city library in Woodbine, but said the county could not justify paying the $20,000 in requested funds. I m of the opinion that we can t fund the Woodbine library. We don t fund the St. Marys library so we can t fund the Woodbine library, Starline said. The proposed budget will be submitted to the commissioners on May 25 and is slated for adoption at the commissioners June 20 meeting. 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9 Thursday, May 25, 2017 Tribune & Georgian 9A ThisWeek swellness Health and Wellness News June May 26, 25, National Nursing Home Week: It s All About Family outheast Georgia Health System celebrated National Nursing Home Week May to recognize the role skilled nursing care centers have in caring for America s seniors and individuals with disabilities. This year s theme was Spirit of America. For team members and residents of the Health System s Senior Care Center-St. Marys, it is an opportunity to honor the special bond they share with one another. Knowing that she has made a difference in someone s life gives Johndrell Walker, activities assistant, joy every day. My job is to brighten their day by making sure we provide activities according to their interest to make them happy. I love listening to what they have to say, and some days that is what is most important. Hearing the residents stories and what they ve done in their lives helps the Senior Care Center s team members develop relationships with the residents and learn what works best for each individual. For many team members those relationships are golden. They don t refer to their residents as patients, but family. This is a second home to me, insists Kimberly Thomas, LPN, treatment nurse. The residents take care of us as much as we take care of them. I get anxious if I take time off because I feel like I m letting them down. Occupational therapist Jennifer Sailors, OTR, agrees, We try to make it as close to home as possible. I see my grandmother and parents in these residents and try to do for them what I would want done for my family. And it shows, interjects Mary Owen, 98, a resident at Senior Care Center-St. Marys. I love this place. All the people who work here are so nice and do everything to make our lives more comfortable and pleasurable. They have a lot of work to do for each patient. But they are friendly, they truly care about us, and they go out of their way to do the little things. Lynn O Bryant, rehabilitation technician, Senior Care Center-St. Marys and Mary Owen, resident Avonell Clark pets Faith, one of the visiting horses, as Barbara Cudd looks on The strength of those relationships between residents and team members was even more apparent when 59 residents and 27 clinical and nonclinical team members from the Senior Care Center-St. Marys had to be evacuated to Lake Park, Ga., during Hurricane Matthew last October. Trust, quality care and communication are all very important, says Rhondia L. Grant, LNHA, administrator. We have a great team here. We do not take for granted the confidence and appreciation expressed by our residents and their family members. The services and care we provide at Senior Care Center-St. Marys was, and is, all about keeping the family safe and together. Silver Saints Choir from St. Marys First Baptist Church entertains the residents every three months Kristin Cole, LPN, with residents Estella Edwards, Lucille Chancey and Dawn Brannon Student Athletic Trainer Camp for Teens For students entering grades 9-12 June 13 15, 8:30 a.m. 2:30 p.m. Brunswick High School Gymnasium and Athletic Facilities 3885 Altama Avenue Registration is required and must be submitted, along with payment, by June 2, Cost for the three-day camp is $85. For more information or a registration form, please contact Chantal Pierre, ATC, at or or visit sghs.org/sportsmedicine. A better approach COMMUNITY Health and Wellness FAIR FREE Screenings Blood pressure Bone density Gait analysis Pulmonary function Pulse oximetry Skin checks Vascular FREE Medication Review Bring all your medication bottles (prescription, over-the-counter and vitamins). A Health System pharmacist will discuss your medications with you. Low-Cost Screenings Heart Health: $25 includes electrocardiogram (EKG) and lipid profile (12 hour fasting necessary). Appointments recommended. Mammograms (screening): Insurance is accepted; financial assistance is available to patients who qualify. Appointment and physician s orders are required. Additional events include a children s teddy bear clinic, Brunswick SAVE THE DATE! Saturday, June 10, a.m. 2 p.m. Brunswick High School 3885 Altama Avenue Camden Saturday, Aug. 26, a.m. 2 p.m. Camden County Recreation Center 1050 Wildcat Drive, Kingsland At our Outpatient Rehabilitation Care Centers, we do more than administer therapy. We provide expert care and personalized attention to help make your recovery as swift and pleasant as possible. Our licensed therapists offer a full range of services: Physical therapy Occupational therapy Speech therapy Neurological rehabilitation Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine Amputee/Prosthetic training Lymphedema management Women s health Aquatic therapy Cognitive rehabilitation Vestibular/Balance rehabilitation Gait and motion analysis Hand therapy Industrial rehabilitation Some services available at select locations only. We accept all major commercial insurance plans, Medicare, Medicare HMOs and Workers Compensation. For more information, or to make an appointment, call ASK-SGHS ( ) or visit sghs.org/healthfair. sghs.org/rehab 2000 Dan Proctor Drive St. Marys, GA Glynco Parkway Suite 110 Brunswick, GA Wildwood Drive Brunswick, GA Wellness Way St. Simons Island, GA For more information visit sghs.org. Brunswick Campus: 2415 Parkwood Drive Brunswick, GA Camden Campus: 2000 Dan Proctor Drive St. Marys, GA Notice of nondiscrimination: sghs.org/notice-of-nondiscrimination 5/ SGHS

10 10A Tribune & Georgian Thursday, May 25, 2017 Williams from page 1A Occasionally, the grand jury will find no bill or not indict on the some or all of the counts, meaning those charges won t be brought against that person at that time. Prosecutors sought an indictment for one count of felony involuntary manslaughter, one count of misdemeanor involuntary manslaughter and one count of tampering with evidence. The grand jury indicted Grundorf for tampering with evidence. The felony involuntary manslaughter count, citing Georgia code (a), says that while committing reckless conduct, Grundorf intervened in a fight with a knife consciously disregarding a substantial and unjustifiable risk that his act would cause harm or endanger the safety of another person and caused Williams death without intending to do so. The misdemeanor count, citing Georgia code (b), further states that Grundorf came to the defense of a third man and allegedly used excessive force that resulted in Williams death. On the true bill count, Grundorf allegedly concealed the knife with the intention of obstructing a case against him. For several months, Williams friends and family members have advocated for charges to be brought in his case. A Facebook page, Justice for Taylor Williams, was established and a petition demanding prosecution has garnered nearly 1,500 signatures since January. The petition will be I wish I could pour my heart out to the investigators, prosecutors, lawyers, judges and grand jury participants. I desperately want them to feel my pain so they can be as passionate about the case as I am. I pray that they leave no stone unturned and do everything possible to find the truth. Nichole Williams Williams mother delivered to the Georgia governor, district attorney Jackie Johnson and the Georgia attorney general. In October, the Tribune & Georgian published a letter from his mother, Nichole Williams, pleading for prosecutors to take action. My grieving has been thwarted as I spend every day trying to educate myself on the Georgia judicial system and every night praying that the people responsible are held accountable. My heart breaks a little more each day, Williams wrote. I wish I could pour my heart out to the investigators, prosecutors, lawyers, judges and grand jury participants. I desperately want them to feel my pain so they can be as passionate about the case as I am. I pray that they leave no stone unturned and do everything possible to find the truth. On May 18, the day the grand jury made its decision, this quote credited to Hilly Kristal was posted to the Facebook page: It s not over. We re going to fight. City signs airport closure agreement Johna Strickland Rush With the airport set to close July 14, St. Marys City Council approved an intergovernmental agreement last week that is the next step in resolving the years-long struggle. The agreement between the city, state, the Secretary of the Navy and the Federal Aviation Administration lays out the details of the closure. The airport has long been a safety and security concern for the Navy and city officials have worked toward relocating the airport amid heightened concerns after Sept. 11, The airport was closed shortly after the attacks and reopened later that year. A restricted flight zone known as P-50 has since been established over the base. Then city leaders hit a point where they had exhausted the nine possible relocation sites and couldn t afford further site selection work, so they put the decision in the hands of state and federal officials. That conversation resulted in U.S. Rep. Buddy Carter and Georgia s two senators filing an amendment to the National Defense Authorization Act for fiscal year The amendment gave the U.S. Department of Defense $6 million to close the airport and free St. Marys from its obligation to pay back state and federal funding that had been used for capital improvements at the airport. With the airport closed, the city will be able to re-develop the 285-acre site, which is one of the highest points in St. Marys. The closure agreement stipulates that: the Navy will give the state an unspecified amount of money which is not available right now to develop a new general aviation airport that does not encroach on the operations, function and missions of NSB Kings Bay. the FAA will release St. Marys from the repayment clause. the city will prohibit all aviation-related uses, including a droneport or spaceport, and the use or manufacture of munitions or explosives. There is a clause that would allow a gun manufacturer to test fire weapons on the site. structures or antennae cannot exceed 75 feet. the Navy must be notified if a foreign entity wants to buy or lease the property and about any new uses or construction. Free summer meals offered in Camden Our Daily Bread Inc. of Camden County is participating as a sponsor for the Summer Food Service program. Meals will be provided to all children for free. Acceptance and participation requirements for the program and all activities are the same for all regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability, and there will be no discrimination in the course of the meal service. Meals will also be served from 9:30 to 11 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. July 4 from a mobile unit parked at Osborne and Church streets in downtown St. Marys and from 1 to 1:20 p.m. and 1:30 to 1:45 p.m. July 31 at the St. Marys pool. Meals will be provided at the following sites through July 31. Meals will be served at: 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and 12:45 to 2 p.m. at Cornelius Park, 15th Street, Woodbine 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. and 11 a.m. to noon at Royal Point, 301 N. Gross, Kingsland 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and 12:45 to 2 p.m. at Colerain Oaks, 306 Ryan Drive, St. Marys 3 to 3:30 p.m. and 3:45 to 4 p.m. at Harrietts Bluff Park, 7074 Harrietts Bluff Road, Woodbine 12:15 to 1 p.m. and 1:15 to 1:30 at Howard Peeples Park, Gross Road, Kingsland 8:30 to 10 a.m. and 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. at Hilltop Terrace, 4059 Martin Luther Drive, Kingsland 11:30 a.m. to noon and 12:10 to 12:30 p.m. at Satilla Villas, 1100 S.E. McDonald Ave., Woodbine 1 to 1:20 p.m. and 1:30 to 1:45 p.m. at Camden Point Community, 955 S. Grove Blvd., Kingsland 10:15 to 11:15 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at Pines Apartments, 1119 Douglas Drive, St. Marys 3 to 3:20 p.m. and 3:30 to 3:45 p.m. at a mobile unit in St. Marys housing, 103 Ashley St. 2 to 2:20 p.m. and 2:30 to 2:45 p.m. at a mobile unit in St. Marys housing, 600 Bailey St. 11 to 11:20 a.m. and 11:30 to 11:45 a.m. at Old Jefferson, 149 Pinehurst Drive, St. Marys 11:55 a.m. to 12:20 p.m. and 12:30 to 12:45 p.m. at Palmetto Pines, Scrubby Bluff and Bermuda Street, Kingsland 3:20 to 3:40 p.m. and 3:50 to 4:10 p.m. at North Orange Edwards, 203 Mason St., Kingsland 10 to 11 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Cumberland Oaks, 100 Mary Powell, St. Marys 11 to 11:15 a.m. and 11:20 to 11:30 a.m. at a mobile unit in Kingsland housing, 301 Lawnwood St., Kingsland 10:30 to 11 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at Kings Grant, 201 Caney Heights, Kingsland 10:30 to 10:50 a.m. and 11 to 11:15 a.m. at a mobile unit in Woodbine housing, 500 Georgia Ave., Woodbine 10:30 to 11:15 a.m. and 11:30 to 11:45 a.m. at Lions Park, Grove Boulevard, Kingsland 9 to 10:30 a.m. and 11 a.m. to noon at Camden Community Recreation Center, 1050 Wildcat Drive, Kingsland 8:45 to 9:30 a.m. and 9:45 a.m. to noon at Camden Tribune & Georgian file photo The City of St. Marys approved an intergovernmental agreement with the state, Navy and Federal Aviation Administration last week that dictates the terms of closing the airport. Sports, 2300 Laurel Island Parkway, Kingsland noon to 12:20 p.m. and 12:30 to 12:45 p.m. at Cumberland Village, 300 Martha Drive, St. Marys 8 to 10 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at Woodbine Riverwalk, 311 Camden Ave., Woodbine 1 to 1:30 p.m. and 1:45 to 2 p.m. at Harbor Pines, 2000 Harbor Pines Drive, St. Marys 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. and 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at Harold Anderson, 551 Clarks Bluff Road, Kingsland 2:10 to 2:30 p.m. and 2:40 to 3 p.m. from a mobile unit at 1100 S.E. McDonald Ave., Kingsland 12:40 to 1 p.m. and 1:15 to 1:30 at Woodbine Park, Highway 110, Woodbine 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and 1:45 to 2:30 p.m. at The Lakes, 103 Gentle Knoll Drive West, Kingsland 10:30 to 11 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at Admirals Walk, 203 Admirals Walk, St. Marys 1:45 to 2:30 p.m. and 2:40 to 3 p.m. at The Meadows, 233 Woodbridge Road, Kingsland 1 to 1:15 p.m. and 1:25 to 1:40 p.m. at Seaparc Apartments, Highway 40 and Seaparc Street, Kingsland 11:45 a.m. to noon and 12:15 to 12:25 p.m. at Greenbriar, 244 Orange Edwards Blvd., Kingsland 3:15 to 3:45 p.m. and 3:50 to 4:15 p.m. at Browntown, 3380 W. Highway 40 and Springhill Road, Kingsland 12:40 to 1 p.m. and 1:15 to 1:30 p.m. from a mobile unit at the intersection of Foxwood and 144 Woodhaven Drive, Kingsland noon to 1 p.m. and 1:30 to 3 p.m. at Crooked River, 105 Piper, St. Marys 11 to 11:15 a.m. and 11:25 to 11:40 a.m. from a mobile unit near 160 Green Acres, Kingsland 11 to 11:20 a.m. and 11:25 to 11:35 a.m. from a mobile unit in the cul-desac at 133 Lake Wellington Drive, Kingsland 11:45 a.m. to noon and 12:10 to 12:25 p.m. from a mobile unit in Lakewood Villas, 140 Lakes Blvd., Kingsland 12:40 to 1 p.m. and 1:15 to 1:30 p.m. from a mobile unit in Lake Forest, 101 Lakes Blvd., Kingsland 1:45 to 2 p.m. and 2:15 to 2:30 p.m. from a mobile unit in Lake Manor, 203 Lake Manor, Kingsland 2:45 to 3 p.m. and 3:15 to 3:30 p.m. from a mobile unit in Lake Camille, 100 Camillia Drive and Wildcat Drive, Kingsland 11:15 a.m. to noon and 12:15 to 12:45 p.m. at Maple Ford Park, 2059 Springbluff Road, Waverly 2 to 2:30 p.m. and 2:40 to 3 p.m. at Mary Smart Park, Old Post Road, Tarboro 1:50 to 2:15 p.m. and 2:25 to 2:40 p.m. from a mobile unit in Mission Forest, 999 Mission Trace, St. Marys 11:30 a.m. to noon and 12:15 to 12:45 p.m. at Paks Karate, 841 Highway 17 North, Kingsland 2:30 to 2:45 p.m. and 3 to 3:15 p.m. at Brant Creek Apartments, 4450 Highway 40 East, St. Marys For more information, contact Dawn Eggleston at (912) or visit www. odailybread.com. Mill site Council also approved a development agreement between the Knights of the Green Shield LLC, Bridge Associates LLC and the Camden County Joint Development Authority. The agreement covers the entire property but there will also be a separate agreement for the 50 acres the JDA is planning to purchase for a marine industrial park. Knights of the Green Shield, a company formed solely for this venture, entered the due diligence phase in late 2014 to purchase the 720-acre site to build a port and logistics center. The sale could be concluded later this year. The current development agreement does not place any obligation on the city and includes provisions that council has wanted from the beginning, such as requiring the use of city sewer and water. We tried really hard to make sure the city is protected, JDA executive director James Coughlin said, noting verbs were changed from shall to may. PUBLIC NOTICE City Council will hold a public hearing on the proposed FY 2018 City of St. Marys budget on Monday, June 5, 2017 at 5:30 pm. Anyone wishing to speak in reference to the budget may do so at that time. Council will adopt the FY 2018 budget at the regular scheduled council meeting on Monday, June 5, 2017 at 6:00 pm. General Fund FY 2018 Revenues: 10,670,918 Expenditures by Division: Legislative 271,687 Executive 373,112 Finance 942,903 IT 243,367 Human Resources 140,476 General Government Buildings 170,100 Municipal Court 189,839 Police - Public Safety 2,461,371 Fire - Public Safety 1,975,332 Public Works 1,299,990 Highway & Streets 1,075,000 Cemetery 106,519 Senior Citizens Center 134,205 Parks 73,900 Library 313,919 Building 155,862 Planning & Zoning 275,678 Code Enforcement 95,406 Economic Development 107,525 Airport 33,000 Special Facilities 231,727 Total Expenditures 10,670,918 Water/Sewer Fund FY 2018 Revenues: 8,895,542 Expenditures by Division: Sewer 2,625,633 Water 2,118,468 Debt Service 4,181,441 Total Expenditures 8,925,542 Solid Waste Fund FY 2018 Revenues: 1,243,000 Expenditures: 1,243,000 Tourism FY 2018 Revenues: 182,890 Expenditures: 182,890 Hotel/Motel FY 2018 Revenues: 109,000 Expenditures: 109,000 SPLOST VII FY 2018 Revenues: 1,654,050 Expenditures: 1,654,050 Aquatic Center FY 2018 Revenues: 454,990 Expenditures: 454,990 LMIG FY 2018 Revenues: 561,150 Expenditures: 561,150 Multi-Grant FY 2018 Revenues: 10,000 Expenditures: 10,000 Tax Allocation District FY 2018 Revenues: 12,000 Expenditures: 12,000 Details of the proposed budget are available on our website at and at St. Marys City Hall, 418 Osborne St., St. Marys, GA between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday cosm 5/25

11 Thursday, May 25, 2017 SPORTS Pounding the pavement First Pathway of Hope 5K run winds through St. Marys. see 12B B Section Wildcats tangle with Charlton Work ahead for new-look Camden Andy Diffenderfer From the very first snap of the rising freshman scrimmage, a new era for Camden County High football was unfolding. The pass sailed about 40 yards downfield, and although it fell incomplete, the Wildcat playbook was proven to be a different animal. The wing-t was out and the spread was in as the Cats welcomed Charlton for a spring game May 16 at Chris Gilman Stadium. Camden fans got a peek of their team s extreme offensive makeover, and afterward, new head coach Bob Sphire had more teaching points for a busy summer. See SPRING, page 2B Camden County defender Devin Harris (above photo) stops Charlton s Brantley Sloan in a May 16 scrimmage. (Tribune & Georgian photo by Andy Diffenderfer) Logan Berryhill (23, right) caught a second-period touchdown pass. (Submitted photo by Bob Dandeneau) Submitted photo The National Wrestling Coaches Association has recognized Camden County High s Jess Wilder as the Georgia Coach of the Year. Wilder honored by coaches; Cats eye summer Andy Diffenderfer This offseason, we have to get kids better. We can get them better and win with what we have now, and improve what we have now by next January. Jess Wilder Camden County High School head wrestling coach The Camden County High wrestlers have celebrated plenty of titles under head coach Jess Wilder, who after recently learning of an individual honor has a little different challenge than recent summers. Wilder was named Georgia Coach of the Year by the National Wrestling Coaches Association which recognizes the top head coach and assistant in each state and will receive the award at the state traditional next year. He earned the same accolades for Camden s breakthrough 2012 season, when the Cats broke Collins Hill s four-year grip on the Class 5A duals gold. While appreciative of the coaching honor, Wilder prefers to view it as more of a compliment to the team. CCHS has swept the state duals and traditional the last three years, in 2015 and 2016 in 5A, and this year in 7A. Since 2011, over three classifications, Camden has finished no worse than third in the traditional and no worse than second in the duals, and individual Wildcats have won 19 state crowns, a dozen over the last two seasons alone. As the Wildcats weigh significant lineup changes and say goodbye to a hugely productive senior class, we re going to have to gain more ground this offseason than we ve had the last three, Wilder said. While recent offseasons have been more about maintenance, this crucial one will center on improvement and making strides toward state with as many as nine new starters behind five returning state-placers. For the most part, he said, the pieces of the puzzle are there. See WILDER, page 2B Wildcats listed for all-region soccer Andy Diffenderfer Between its boys and girls squads, Camden County High soccer had 16 players chosen first-team, second-team or honorable-mention for Region 1-7A this season. Leading 10 girls selections is Brogan Boudreaux, a firstteam pick and the region s Player of the Year. After her side claimed the 1-7A girls championship, Pam Agler shared Coach of the Year accolades with Tift s Kendall Couch. Lizzie Blais, Hailey Bartlett and Kasey Crossley See SOCCER, page 2B Girls program identifies strongest Andy Diffenderfer The SuperCat test this year in the Camden County High girls weight training program produced big results, according to coach Ashton Barker. A student s strength is evaluated in three core lifts (bench press, back squat and power clean); speed (10- and 40-yard dashes); agility (slides, over-andunders); and heart (90-second lateral box jumps). Students are awarded points for each category, which provides a Super- Cat number. The top 10 strongest poundfor-pound athletes are determined by the highest numbers at the end of the test. The top 10 with their bench, squat, power clean and 40-yard dash marks in parentheses are senior cross country runner Aneisha Grayson (115, 210, 160, 5.08); sophomore track triple jumper Jayla Stokes (115, 280, 160, 4.81); junior Cari Pefanis (140, 275, 210, 5.43); senior gymnast Destinie Hampton (140, 245, 165, 5.19); Submitted photos Recognized among the top 10 strongest pound-for-pound in the Camden County High girls weight training program were senior Aneisha Grayson (left photo) and junior Cari Pefanis. Grayson matched an UltraCat mark and Pefanis equaled the power clean record. senior soccer player Brogan Boudreaux (135, 200, 155, 5.65); junior track hurdler Karina Rodriguez (130, 200, 160, 5.43); senior softball player Kaitlyn Kilner (110, 215, 150, 5.35); senior soccer player Lizzie Blais (125, 240, 160, 5.25); junior softball player Alexis Agnew (110, 210, 160, 5.31); and junior Hannah Sullivan (110, 230, 155, 5.16). Pefanis tied the power clean record currently held by Devin Lanham, and Grayson equaled the UltraCat mark held by Chala Carey (147 points). Stokes (141 points) is a first-time UltraCat. Quarterback Club selling golf cart raffle tickets The Camden Wildcat Quarterback Club is raffling off a golf cart, with all proceeds benefiting Camden County High football. The cost is $5 per ticket. The drawing will be Friday, Sept. 29, at the end of the third quarter of the Wildcats game against Forest Park. Those interested can get tickets at the CCHS athletic office, Ace Farmers Builders of Kingsland and Jane Brown State Farm, or from Quarterback Club members. Sports news, photographs can be submitted Community sports articles and photos are published free of charge in the Tribune & Georgian. Submitted materials must include a contact name and phone number. Send sports articles and photos to P.O. Box 6960, St. Marys, GA, 31558, drop off at the newspaper office at 206 Osborne St. in St. Marys or fax to (912) Items also may be ed to tribune-georgian.com.

12 2B Tribune & Georgian Thursday, May 25, 2017 Andy Diffenderfer Tribune & Georgian Hannah Jelercic (right) of Camden County was named second-team all-region 1-7A. Soccer from page 1B made the first-team, and Olivia Simpson, Amelia Brewer, Maelah Giddens and Hannah Jelercic the second. Arianna Whitehead and Devin Lanham are honorable mention. Representing Camden on the boys first-team are Cameron Wilson and Greg Morris, and making second-team are Burke Nettles and Quentin Blundell. The Wildcats honorable-mention selections are Oliver Kellam and Clayton Johnson. Also on the girls firstteam are Tift s Brooke Smith, Betsy Brooks and Maggie Clark; Lowndes Kaitlyn Staten, Sara Pearson and Gracie Hall; and Colquitt s Lexi McDaniel and Mary Jacobs. The Vikings had four picked to the boys firstteam: Chris Symon, Luke Pelkowski, James Henry and Chris Snellgrove. Blayton Duncan, Jose Moreno and Will Barber were chosen from Colquitt, and region Player of the Year Cameron Earls, Ricky Garcia and Leo Vasquez from Tift. Jordan Breit of Lowndes is the boys Coach of the Year. Submitted photos From top, the Kimberly Atwater Lady Nightmare seventh-grade basketball team placed first in the Silver division, the ninth-grade squad second in the Gold bracket, and the 11th-grade club first in the Gold category May at the AAU girls state championships in Tavares, Fla. With Camden boost, AAU cagers are first, second in Florida tourney With a big helping hand from Camden County talent, the Kimberly Atwater Lady Nightmare hoopsters brought back two firsts and a runner-up finish from the AAU Girls Basketball State Championship May in Tavares, Fla., outside Orlando. The 11th-grade team went undefeated in four games over pool play and bracket play for the Gold Division championship, and the seventh-grade squad won three of four for first in the Silver Division. The ninth-graders placed second in the Gold Division, winning four of five contests. All teams received qualifying bids to the AAU national championships. The seventh-grade tournament will be July 2-7 in Kingsport, Tenn., and the ninth- and 11th-grade tournaments July 5-8 in Louisville, Ky. The 11th-graders, coached by Shayla Smith and Rene Howell, defeated the Jacksonville Lady Rams, to reach the final, and quieted the Florida Fierce, for Wilder from page 1B This offseason, we have to get kids better, Wilder said. We can get them better and win with what we have now, and improve what we have now by next January. In a way, it s exciting because you really have to jump into the coaching aspect. The kids have to hustle more, you have to hustle more. Four state champions from February Nick Krug, Tyler Crew, Raydan Wilder and Brandon Orum will return, as will Tyler Dahlgren, who placed fourth. While there is no guarantee those five will replicate the crown. They also won their pool-play games handily, 40-3 over the PO Flames, and over the Jacksonville Lady Pacers. On the championship roster were Jayla Floyd and Gabby Robinson, both of St. Marys, and Kaylan Mitchell of Camden, Savannah players Aminata Sette and Tatiyanna Morris, and Shondell Vickers of Waycross. From Florida were Abagail Harbourne, Tanika McDonald, Jazmyn Simmons, Adonne Tillman, Raliyah Jackson, Meagan Benson and Jalandra Carter, all of Jacksonville; Kayla Munsell of St. Augustine; and Alexis Schulz of Fernandina Beach. In Silver bracket action, the seventh-graders coached by William Robinson and Tabron Shorts thumped the Jacksonville Lady Warriors, in a semifinal, then edged the Florida Future, in the title round. Two pool games were split: a 39-6 thumping of the Orlando Basketball Club (Orange) and a defeat to Hoop Dreams Elite. those results from just a few months ago, their presence should give CCHS a promising foundation, especially in a traditional tournament format. The Wildcats are taking a college tour of Southeastern University in Lakeland, Fla., and will wrestle in duals action. In June will be the program s popular Southern Hospitality clinics in Kingsland which always bring a first-rate team of technicians and instructors and the Jazz Town Duals in New Orleans. The Cats will be off in July. Ahead of the winter, we ve got kids that need to grow, need to lift, need to develop, and need a lot more matches, the coach said. Representing Camden were Chelsea Hill, Virginia Shorts, Andrea Seay, Faith Robinson and Egypt Johnson. The lineup also had Makayla Garard and Jordan Vernon of Folkston, and Kiana Wilson, Kayla Johnson and Janel Johnson of Jacksonville. Victories over the Florida Lightning (46-21), Central Florida United (64-32), the PBG Starzz (50-36) and the Central Florida Elite 2020 (61-49) sent the ninth-graders to the Gold final, won by the Florida Future, Sharnesha Smith, Greg Horton and T.J. Menendez comprised the coaching staff. Kennedy Horton, Cartaleyiah Basnight, Malerie Brooks, Talia Hamilton, Kyla Johnson, Maiya Jackson, Destinee Miller and Brianna White all suited up from Camden. Kieana Milton of Nahunta and Zayonna Jakes of Jacksonville were also on the roster. Spring from page 1B The workout went about how he expected: some good, some bad, some hope. Looking ahead, the chances are there for the Cats to both prove and improve themselves in the weeks leading to the Aug. 18 season opener. I saw flashes of some things that we can build off of, he said. The varsity action concluded 17-6 in Camden s favor, and players furthered their education in the new system against a quality opponent. With plays originating from shotgun formations, footballs are spending more time aloft in Kingsland. A program that tried 85 passes all last season threw 22 times in 43 snaps over three periods of varsity action against the Indians. For Camden quarterbacks, 15 of their combined aerials found the target for 167 yards and two touchdowns with no interceptions. The first four Camden possessions ended in punts and without first downs before the possibilities of the fast-paced offense revealed themselves late in the second period. With B.J. Attaway under center, the Wildcats, trailing 6-0, claimed their initial first down with four minutes left in the second stanza, then added two more before he lobbed a 38-yard touchdown pass down the visiting sideline to Logan Berryhill. Following the five-play, 64-yard series, Taylor Gebhardt s ALL OUTBOARD MARINE * Certified Techs * Diagnostic Testing * Gel Coat Repairs * 813 Osborne St. St. Marys, Ga Weekly Tide Chart This Week s Tide HIGH TIDE LOW TIDE AM PM AM PM 5/25 Thurs. 8:17 8:40 2:27 2:40 5/26 Fri. 9:10 9:33 3:21 3:32 5/27 Sat. 10:05 10:27 4:14 4:25 5/28 Sun. 11:02 11:24 5:06 5:17 5/29 Mon. 12:03 5:58 6:11 5/30 Tues. 12:22 1:04 6:51 7:07 5/31 Wed. 1:21 2:04 7:47 8:08 TIDES CALCULATED FOR OUTER BAR Cumberland Wharf, Cumberland River add 40 min.; St. Marys entrance add 15 min. Crooked River Entrance add 1 hr. 23 min.; St. Marys, St. Marys River add 1 hr. 21 min.; Crandall, St. Marys River add 2 hr. 10 min.; Harrietts Bluff add 2 hr. 9 min.; Dover Bluff add 1 hr. 10 min.; Satilla Cove add 1 hr.; Christmas Creek add 25 min.; Satilla River, Todd Creek Entrance add 43 min. Wildcats 2017 schedule Friday, Aug. 18: Oakleaf, Fla., 7 p.m. Friday, Aug. 25: Venice, Fla., 7:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 1: Columbia, Fla., 7:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 8: at Glynn Academy, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 15: Brunswick, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 22: at McEachern, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 29: Forest Park, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 13: Colquitt, 7:30 p.m. Friday. Oct. 20: Lowndes, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 3: at Tift, 7:30 p.m. I saw flashes of some things that we can build off of. Bob Sphire CCHS head football coach conversion put the hosts up one. In the final minute, a promising drive ended with a fumble deep in Charlton territory. After taking the 7-6 lead to intermission, Camden responded with 10 points in the third. One play after a penalty nullified a touchdown pass, Brooks Bryan hooked up with Keion Lewis on a 23- yard score with 5:47 remaining. Gebhardt drilled the point-after kick, and with room to spare, clocked a 34-yard field goal with 35.7 seconds left to complete the scoring. Sphire believed his team left some points on the board, noting missed chances in the running game. Camden didn t stand around on defense, yielding 135 total yards on 49 snaps. Orchestrating a similar attack, Charlton s A.J. Bell Compounding Prescription Pharmacy CAMDEN PHARMACY Hometown Pharmacy - Top-Notch Service 214B Professional Circle Across from SE Georgia Hospital Camden completed 15 of 23 passes for only 68 yards, his longest connection 13 yards. With the new scheme and doing a lot more with multiple coverages, they held up pretty well, Sphire said of his defense. Charlton s only score came with 3:17 left in the opening period, Eric Daniels scooting 17 yards one play after Bell ate up big yardage on a fake punt. Opening the proceedings were the rising Wildcat ninth-graders, who had 10 minutes worth of game time among themselves. With the scoreboard reset to zeroes, the Indians and the Camden junior varsity and freshmen closed the night s agenda with untimed offensive and defensive repetitions. The Wildcats are just scratching the surface with the spread, and the scrimmage was a valuable opportunity to gain more experience. Finding where players fit will be a summer constant for Sphire and his coaching staff. The performance showed it s a work in progress, he said. FREE DELIVERY Come find out why Camden voted us BEST PHARMACY cp 11/26

13 Thursday,PEOPLE May 25, 2017 MOAA learns about program The Kings Bay Chapter of the Military Officers Association of America (KB- MOAA) held its monthly meeting April 18 at the Club at Osprey Cove. Special guests and program presenters were David Olender, president; Mark Beaudry, vice president and 2017 Flight Leader, Coastal Georgia Honor Flight. They spoke to a near capacity crowd on their involvement in the Honor Flight program and its impact on veterans and their families. The National Honor Flight Network began in 2005 in Springfield, Ohio and now has about 130 hubs or points of departures, including the coastal Georgia hub in Brunswick. Coastal Georgia Honor Flight was established to honor the community s veterans for all their sacrifices by flying veterans and their guardians to Washington, D.C. for a day of reflection on their service to the country. They visited the World War II, Korean and Vietnam Memorials as well as Arlington Cemetery and other memorials and sites. Coastal Georgia Honor Flight provides this service free of charge to veterans of Camden, Glynn and McIntosh counties and others if space is available. There is no cost to the veteran. This year s Honor Flight is already full with some 90 veterans selected to attend. To learn more about the Coastal Georgia Honor Flight program and how one may be able to help the program, visit the website at Those who are interested in joining KBMOAA or who would like more information on KBMOAA and what it does may contact Maj. Neal Moore, U.S. Army retired, at or call (912) BIRTHS VFW names contest winner The Veterans of Foreign Wars and Auxiliary No recently attended the Southeast Georgia District 7 meeting. Awards were presented for the youth programs. The winner for the Voice of Democracy VFW Essay/ Speech Contest was Shelby Trevathan, a 12th-grade student at Camden County High School. She went on to win at the District 7 level. Trevathan placed third and received a check for $100 and a plaque. The Voice of Democracy program is endorsed by the National Association of Secondary School Principal s contest criteria and is designed to foster patriotism by allowing high-school students the opportunity to voice their opinions in a three- to U.S. Air Force Airman Alexander W. Hamilton has graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland in San Antonio, Texas. The airman completed an intensive eight-week program that included training in military discipline and studies, Air Force core values, physical fitness and basic warfare principles and skills. Airmen who complete basic training also earn four credits toward an associate in applied science degree through the Community College of the Air Force. Hamilton is the son of Debra J. Hamilton of Waverly and nephew of Margaret C. Hamilton of Blackshear. He is a 2016 graduate of Camden County High School in Kingsland. five-minute essay/speech on an annual theme. This year s theme was My Responsibility To America. MILITARY BRIEFS Hamilton Submitted photo Voice of Democracy winner Shelby Trevathan receives her award from Veterans of Foreign Wars Cmdr. Patsey Schreiber, District 7 commander Ken Stanis and VFW auxiliary Voice of Democracy scholarship chairman Linda Bryan. of Kingsland. She is a 2015 graduate of Camden County High School in Kingsland. U.S. Air Force Airman Brown Michael C. Brown has graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland in San Antonio, Texas. The airman completed an intensive eight-week program that included training in military discipline and studies, Air Force core values, physical fitness and basic warfare principles and skills. Airmen who complete basic training earn four credits toward an associate in applied science degree through the Community College of the Air Force. Brown is the brother of Chris M. Brown of Kingsland and grandson of William E. Myers of St. Marys. He is a 2016 graduate of Camden County High VFW 8385 and Auxiliary presented a local cash award and certificates at the annual community service banquet. School in Kingsland. U.S. Air Force Airman Osmus 1st Class Dillon P. Osmus graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas. The airman completed an intensive, eight-week program that included training in military discipline and studies, Air Force core values, physical fitness and basic warfare principles and skills. Airmen who complete basic training also earn four credits toward an associate in applied science degree through the Community College of the Air Force. Osmus is the son of Kenneth Hollar of Hope Valley, R.I., and Joy Harger of St. Marys. He is a 2014 graduate of Camden County High School KBMM 5.15 Aubrey Trevathan and Cory Hall Joseph and Vickie Trevathan of Kingsland announcement the engagement and upcoming wedding of their daughter, Aubrey Elizabeth Trevathan of Statesboro, to Cory Daniel Hall also of Statesboro, the son of Danny and Debra Hall of Cookeville, Tenn. The bride is a 2012 graduate of Camden County High School and a 2016 graduate of Georgia Southern University with a Bachelor of Science degree in public relations. Trevathan currently works as the communications assistant for Georgia Southern University in the Office of Marketing and Communications. Trevathan and her sister Shelby Trevathan cofounded Ride Along Pup, a We Now Ship Wine UPS/FedEx/DHL/US Mail Private Mail Boxes Engineering Copies Western Union Freight Service A Kings Bay Rd. St. Marys, Ga kingsbaymailmore.com LOOK TO US FOR YOUR BASIC PHONE SERVICE 3B Trevathan, Hall set to wed in June joint effort with Kingsland Fire Rescue to provide special stuffed animals to children during ambulance rides and medical emergencies. The groom is a 2012 graduate of Sonoraville High School and a 2016 graduate of Georgia Southern University with a Bachelor of Science degree in political science and a minor in criminal justice. Hall is earning his master s degree in public administration from Georgia Southern and works as a graduate assistant in the Office of Leadership and Community Engagement. The wedding will be June 3 in the botanic garden at Georgia Southern in Statesboro. The couple plans to honeymoon in the Bahamas. Submit People news by to or fax to (912) TDS Telecom offers the following local exchange telecommunications services to all customers throughout its serving area: Rylee Fridolfson Rylee Fridolfson Courtney Fridolfson of Kingsland announces the birth of her baby, Rylee Fridolfson, born Tuesday, May 9, The baby weighed 8 pounds, 4 ounces and measured inches long. Jackson Thomas Lowe Paige and Spencer Lowe of St. Marys announce the birth of a son, Jackson Thomas Lowe, born March 7, He weighed 7 pounds. Maternal grandparents are Karen and Bob Morgan of St. Marys. Paternal grandparents are Duane and Lynette Lowe, also of St. Marys. Carter U.S. Air Force Airman Karie L. Carter has graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland in San Antonio, Texas. The airman completed an intensive, eight-week program that included training in military discipline and studies, Air Force core values, physical fitness and basic warfare principles and skills. 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14 4B Tribune & Georgian Thursday, May 25, 2017 Coffee, Jesus and me by Kim Dockery For we live by faith, not by sight. 2 Corinthians 5:7 (NIV) And my God will meet all your needs according to the riches of his glory in Christ Jesus. Philippians 4:19 (NIV) I was reminded of these great truths in the Jesus Calling devotional book today. God is not a god of limitations. He has no lack. When we look at our bank balance or receive a stack of bills in the mail, we must remember that we do not measure God s provision by what we see. We serve a God that is more than enough. The other day, I found myself looking on the Internet at different countries in the world. I have not traveled very far from the United States only to see some of the eastern and western Caribbean. I realized how little of this world I have actually had the privilege of seeing. In the corner of the screen, there was a place where you could click to see the satellite image of the world. When the image of the world appeared, I was amazed. I tried to imagine how the astronauts must feel looking at the actual earth when they are in space. It must be a humbling experience. Then I saw an arrow on the picture. As I moved the image around, I realized the arrow indicated where I was. I was completely overwhelmed at the vastness of this world, and yet there on the screen, one little arrow pointed to my location. At first, the thought came to me that I am one tee-niney (South Georgia made-up word) speck in this huge world of people. But, it was then that I was immediately reminded by the scriptures that out of all the people in the entire world, my father knows exactly where I am. And yes, He knows exactly where you are. He knows the number of hairs on our head. He knows the color of our eyes. He knows our thoughts even before we think them, and He knows what we need before we even ask! For some of you, this is a reminder of what you already know. For some of you though, it is a fresh idea. Regardless of which category you are in, I feel an urgency to tell you this: Our Father God created this world and all that is in it. He is our provider. Everything we need whether it is spiritual, physical, financial, emotional, whatever it is He possesses and wants to give to us. You can approach Him with all of your needs. Some of you may feel like you are that tee-niney speck in this world and that you aren t important to God. That is not the case. He sees you and desperately calls for you to come to Him. Remember the children s song, He s got the whole world in his hands? Well, guess what. He really does have this entire world with all that is in it in his hands. That includes you. Kim Dockery and her husband, Randy, have pastored St. Marys Church for more than 15 years. Kim serves as women s ministry director and leads Bible studies for the women s group. Blackberry sale supports work by Isaiah 6:8 The Isaiah 6:8 Missions annual blackberry sale is now underway. The cost is $25 per gallon. Delivery will be from noon to 2 p.m. June 17 at WECC Christian Radio station. Orders must be placed by June 14. Proceeds from the annual sale support the ministries of Isaiah 6:8 Missions. This year s proceeds will support four programs, including feeding the Tarahumara Tribe. The focus is on providing healthy meals, teaching food independence through small plot and container gardening and providing families with flocks of chickens. The sale also supports a program in Pakistan to free young women and girls from the bonds of servitude and slavery, the Blessing Bag ministry that provides orphans in the Philippines with Christian literature, school supplies, hygiene items, clothing and small toys and the Bold Vision Adventure program in Camden for young men. For more information, visit the Facebook page at Isaiah 6:8 or send an to to receive a brochure. To pre-order, call Kathy Rickenberg at (912) or send an order with payment to Isaiah 6:8 Missions, 500 Ann St., St. Marys, Ga ABUNDANT HARVEST BAPTIST CHURCH A Young Church with a Fresh Vision Navy Retired - Pastor Curtis Cantrell 365 W. King Avenue, Kingsland Sunday Morning Worship 11:00 am Thurs. Mid-Week Service 7:00 pm AGAPE CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP Colerain Rd. St. Marys Pastor Jonny Rodgers Sunday Morning Worship 10 am - Noon Sunday School 11 am Sunday Evening Worship 6 pm Wednesday Service 6 pm BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH KJV Harrietts Bluff Road Woodbine Pastor John Paul Chestnut Sundays 11 am Join us at the New Bible Baptist Church BROWNTOWN BAPTIST CHURCH Hwy. 40, 7 miles west of Kingsland Pastor Joe McSwain Sunday School 9:45 am Sunday Morning Service 11 am Sunday Evenings 6 pm Wednesday Evening Service 6 pm CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Where Old-Time Religion is Alive and Well! Using only the 1611 King James Bible 507 Borrell Blvd. St. Marys Pastor Don Harris Sunday School 10 am Sunday Service 11 am Wednesday 6 pm CAMDEN AVENUE CHURCH OF GOD 1402 Camden Ave. Woodbine Bishop Terry Mack Sr. camdenave.com Sunday School 10 am Sunday Morning Worship* 11:30 am 2nd Sunday Youth in Action Tuesday Noonday Prayer Wednesday Bible Study* 7 pm *Children Church Available 2-7 years old Family Fun Night 4th Wednesday CAMDEN BAPTIST CHURCH Douglas Drive St. Marys Pastor Edward Dixon Sunday Services 10 am & 11 am Sunday Evening Service 6 pm Wednesday Service 7 pm CARNEGIE CHAPEL CHURCH 987 Kinlaw Road P.O. box 367 Kingsland, Ga (912) Pastor: Rev. Derry Mainor Sunday Morning Worship 1st Sunday 9 am 2nd, 3rd & 4th Sundays 11:30 am 2nd, 3rd & 4th Sunday School 10:30 am Tuesday Prayer/Bible Study 6:30 pm Last Tuesday of the Month Family & Friends Night 6:30 pm CHRIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH 305 Wheeler St. St. Marys Sunday 8 am Holy Eucharist-Rite I Fellowship Breakfast between services 10 am Holy Eucharist-Rite II Coffee Fellowship after service Wednesday noon - Holy Eucharist in Chapel following 1928 Prayer Book Office hours Mon. - Fri. 9 am-noon CHURCH OF CHRIST 1912 Osborne St. St. Marys Art Wilson - Evangelist Sunday School 10 am Sunday Morning Worship 11 am Sunday Evening Worship 6 pm Wednesday Bible Study 7 pm DF 7-3 Church Directory DeLoach Fence Company CHURCH OF CHRIST at Kingsland 710 N. Lee St. Kingsland or Dr. Leslie S. Bland Sunday School 10 am Sunday Morning Worship 11 am Gospel Enrichment Class 3:30 pm Sunday Evening Worship 5 pm Wednesday Evening Service 6 pm EAGLE S WINGS JUDAH WORSHIP CENTER N. Julia St. P.O. Box 5443 St. Marys Bishop Patrick Ford, Pastor Sunday School 10 am Sunday Morning Worship 11:15 am 2nd & 4th Sunday Evening Worship 6 pm Wednesday Night Prayer 7 pm Wednesday Night Bible Study 6 pm Noon Day Prayer Thursday Noon EBENEZER MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 100 E. 8th St. Woodbine Bishop Reginald D. Lester Sunday School 9:45 am Sunday Morning Worship 11 am Wednesday Prayer Meeting & Bible Study 7 pm EMMANUEL MINISTRIES INTERNATIONAL 696 E. Williams Ave. Kingsland Dr. Apostle Edith Moore Sunday Morning Prayer 9-9:30 am Worship 10 am Wednesday Prayer & Bible Study 7 pm The Voice Makes The Difference Radio Broadcast Sunday 8:15-8:30 am FM 106.3, FM 105.3, FM 96.3 Saving the Lost at Any Cost EPIPHANY ANGLICAN CHURCH COMMUNITY OF ANGLICAN / LUTHERAN EVANGELICALS OF BRUNSWICK Highway 17 (North) Camden County (Between Colerain and Harrietts Bluff Roads or exits 6 and 7 on I95) Rev. William Hesse, Sr. Sunday Holy Eucharist 8:30 am and 10:30 am Sunday Bible Study 9:30 am Wednesday Holy Eucharist and Healing Service 12 Noon anglican.camden EVERGREEN MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH Corner of Harrietts Bluff & Kinlaw Road Rev. Leon Washington Sunday School 9:45 am Sunday Morning Services 11 am Marriage Enrichment Discussion 2nd & 4th Sunday 6 pm Wed. Evening Services 7:30 pm FIRST AFRICAN MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 495 N. Lee St. P.O. Box 251 Kingsland Rev. Kenneth C. Davis Early Morning Worship 8 am (2nd Sunday Only) Sunday School 9:30 am Sunday Morning Worship 11 am Tuesday Prayer Meeting 6 pm Wednesday Bible Study 6 pm Thursday Noon Day Prayer 12 noon FIRST AFRICAN BAPTIST CHURCH 812 Wheeler St. P.O. Box 6381 St. Marys Rev. Gary Tyner, Pastor Sunday School 10 am Sunday Morning Worship 11 am Wednesday Bible Study 6:30 pm FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 102 W. Weed St. St. Marys Rev. Steven Kegley Body Building Fellowship 9 am Bible Study for all ages 9:30 am Worship 10:45 am Sunday Evening Service 6:30 pm Wed. Evening Service 6:30 pm A Good Fence Makes A Good Neighbor Allison Memorial Chapel FUNERAL HOME Colerain Road St. Marys, Georgia LANG S MARINA RESTAURANT 307 St. Marys Street St. Marys Sponsor The Tribune & Georgian Church Page Call Christy Braswell MAIL & MORE UPS AUTHORIZED SHIPPING OUTLET UPS Fedex U.S. Mail Packing Supplies Money Orders Fax Mailboxes Copies Notary Typing Western Union Passport Photos Color Copies Pager Freight Service Engineering Copies FAX 944A Kings Bay Road, St. Marys (912) Next to Aunt B s Restaurant Federally insured by NCUA FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF WOODBINE 300 West 8th St. Woodbine Rev. Bill Alderman, Pastor Sunday School 9:45 am Sunday Morning Worship 11 am Wed.: Children s Choir 5:15 pm TeamKID & Youth Bible Study 6 pm Prayer Meeting 6 pm Adult Choir Practice 7 pm FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF HARRIETTS BLUFF 7354 Harrietts Bluff Road Woodbine Pastor Doug Harris Sunday School (Bible Study) 9:30 am Sunday Morning Worship 10:30 am Sunday Evening Worship 6 pm Wednesday Prayer Meeting 6 pm FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (U.S.A.) Corner of Osborne and Conyers Rev. Rick L. Douylliez, Pastor Sunday School for all ages 9 am Worship 10 am Children and Youth Ministry Senior Adult Ministry Mission Opportunities Serving for Centuries... Centuries to Serve FIRST UNITED PENTECOSTAL CHURCH 61 Clarks Bluff Road Kingsland Senior Pastor Neal Blizzard Pastor Edward Flader Sunday Word & Worship 11 am Tuesday LIFE 6 pm Thursday Bible Study 7 pm Home of Camden Christian Academy Call for Transportation Free home Bible study upon request. FOREST VIEW BAPTIST CHURCH Billyville Road Woodbine Pastor: Dr. Jody Davis Sunday School 10 am Sunday Worship Service 11 am Sunday Evening Service 6 pm Wednesday Evening Service 7 pm FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH Hwy. 40 West at Sheffield Kingsland, GA Pastor Daniel Branistareanu Sunday Bible Study 9:30 am Sunday Morning Worship Service 10:45 am Sunday Evening Worship Service: 6 pm Children and Youth Ministries Wed. Prayer Meeting 6:30 pm GA. AVE. CHURCH OF GOD Ga. Ave. & Stump Mitchell St., Kingsland Bishop Arthur Dawson, Jr. Sunday School 9:30 am Sunday Morning Service 11 am Sunday Evening Service 6:30 pm Wednesday Family Training Hour 6:30 pm Wednesday Worship 7:30 pm THE HARBOR WORSHIP CENTER CHURCH OF GOD 140 Colerain Road Kingsland Rev. Michael D. Sanes Sunday Morning Services 9 am, 10:30 am Sunday Evening Worship 6 pm Wednesday Evening Service 7 pm HOLY TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH 165 Camden Woods Pkwy., Kingsland Pastor Joel Meyer Sunday School 9:15 am Sunday Worship Service 10:30 am Albert s Kingsland Jewelers 1601-L Hwy. 40 East Kingsland, Ga. Kmart & Publix Shopping Center Voted #1 Jeweler In Camden County Sponsor The Tribune & Georgian Church Page Call Christy Braswell St. Marys KING OF PEACE EPISCOPAL CHURCH 6230 Laurel Island Pkwy., Kingsland The Rev. Al Crumpton Weekend Worship Sunday 8:30 am and 10 am Children s Church and Nursery 10 am Mid-week Worship, Wed. 6:15 pm KINGSLAND FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 295 E. Chester Ave. Kingsland Pastor Dr. Brian Parker SUNDAY SCHEDULE: Worship 8:30 am, 9:45 am, 11 am Children s Church 8:30 am, 11 am Bible Study/Sunday School 8:30 am, 9:45 am AWANA for Kids 3 years - 5th grade 5 pm Evening Worship 6 pm WEDNESDAY: Preschool/Children s Choir 6 pm Adult & Student Bible Study 6:30 pm KINGSLAND FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 120 E. Williams St. Kingsland Rev. Devin Schultz Sunday School 9:45 am Sunday Services 8:30 am & 11 am; Wednesday Night Activities 5 pm (around school calendar) NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH 234 Eighth St. St. Marys Pastors George Anderson and Donald Schunck Sunday School 10 am Sunday Morning Worship 11 am Sunday Evening Worship 6 pm Sunday Evening Prayer Meeting 5 pm NEW HOPE MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 220 Old National Highway Woodbine Walter Spencer, Pastor Sunday School 10 am Sunday Morning Worship 11:30 pm Bible Study: 1st & 3rd Saturday Monthly 11 am OUR LADY STAR OF THE SEA CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev. Father Mariusz Fuks 106 Dillingham St P.O. Box 6900 St. Marys Fax: Weekend Masses: Saturday 4:15 pm Confession - Main Church; 4:30 pm Rosary; 5 pm Mass Sunday 8:30 am Mass - St. Francis, Folkston 11 am Mass - Our Lady Star of the Sea, St. Marys Daily Masses: Tuesday 5 pm Rosary & Adoration 5:30 pm Daily Mass Wednesday & Thursday 7:30 am Rosary 8 am Daily Mass Friday 7 am Daily Mass First Friday 7:30 am - 3 pm Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament - Daily Chapel; 8:30 am Mass at Historic Chapel - Daily Chapel; 3-4 pm Divine Mercy Chaplet & Benediction - Daily Chapel POINT PETER BAPTIST CHURCH 2245 Douglas Drive St. Marys pointpeterbaptist.org Pastor: Doug Gibson Sunday Activities: Bible Study for all 9:45 am Worship Services 11 am & 6 pm Wednesday activities: Youth Bible Study 6:30 pm Children in Action 7 pm Prayer Meeting 7 pm RUHAMAH BAPTIST CHURCH Hwy. 40, 4 miles west of Kingsland Pastor Alan Brown Sunday School 9:15 am Sunday Morning & Children s Worship 10:30 am Sunday Evening Worship 6 pm Wednesday Evening Worship 7 pm ST. MARK S EPISCOPAL CHURCH 3rd St. & Bedell Ave. Woodbine P.O. Box Sunday Morning Service 11 am ST. MARYS UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 106 E. Conyers St. St. Marys Rev. Tom Jones Sunday Worship Service 10 am Sunday School 8:45 am ST. PAUL AME CHURCH 410 N. Orange Edwards Blvd. P.O. Box 1782 Kingsland Rev. Johnnie Mae Fleming, Pastor Rev. William N. Fleming, Co-pastor Sunday School 9:45 am Sunday Worship Service 11 am Wednesday Bible Study 6:30 pm SOUTHEAST COMMUNITY CHURCH 790 May Creek Drive Kingsland Pastor Steve Curtis Sunday Morning Services 9 am, 11:15 am Middle/High School Ministry, Tuesday 6 pm WESTLIGHT MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 6201 Old Jefferson Hwy. P.O. Box 458 Woodbine Rev. Clinton R. Terry, Sr. Pastor Sunday School 9:30 am Sunday Morning Worship 11 am (1st, 2nd, 3rd & 4th Sunday) Tuesday Bible Study 6:30 pm WESTSIDE BAPTIST CHURCH 201 S. Dandy Street St. Marys Sunday School 9:45 am Sunday Morning Service 11 am Sunday Night Service 6 pm Wednesday Night Service 6 pm WHEELER STREET CHURCH OF GOD 900 Wheeler St. St. Marys Rev. Verdell R. Griffin, Jr. Sunday School 10 am Sunday Morning Service 11:15 am Wed. Evening Service 6:30 pm Anyone is welcome to attend any and/or all of these services. WOODBINE TABERNACLE OF PRAYER FOR ALL PEOPLE, INC. 400 Bedell Ave. P. O. Box 487 Woodbine, GA Elder Doffie L. Silvia, Pastor (Church) (Fax) Sunday School 10 am Sunday Morning Service 11:30 am Tuesday Service 7 pm Friday Night Prayer 7-11 pm WOODBINE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 405 Bedell Ave. P.O. Box 27 Woodbine Pastor Tom P. Dent Sunday School 10 am Sunday Morning Worship 11 am Choir Practice Sunday 6 pm Youth Fellowship Wed. 6:30 pm YOUNG ZION MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH Pastor Quan D. 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17 Thursday, May 25, 2017 Tribune & Georgian 7B LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS CONTINUED ON 8B gpn02 PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE Pursuant to the Official Code of Camden, Chapter 6 Alcoholic Beverages (as amended through April 7, 2015), notice is hereby given that Mahesh B. Patel of 149 Pineview Crossing, Pooler, GA 31322, has made application to transfer the 2017 Alcoholic Beverage License for Retail dealers of malt beverages, beer, and wine sold in original packages only for the OM Food Mart, located at U.S. Highway 17 North, Waverly, Georgia, and shown as a portion of Tax Map 073A Parcel 024. The Alcoholic Beverage License is proposed to be transferred from the owner of the license Pankaj Kumar Patel to a new business named SANATAN INC. with MAHESH B. PATEL listed as the applicant/owner to replace Pankaj Kumar Patel, listed as owner on the existing License. Consideration of the application will be heard at a Public Hearing to be held by the Board of Commissioners during their meeting at 6:00 p.m. on Tuesday, June 13, The location of the meeting will be in the Board of Commissioners meeting room, on the second floor of the Government Services Building, 200 East Fourth Street, Woodbine, Georgia. Anyone having any objection to the transfer of the Alcoholic Beverage License for 2017 as listed, should address his or her objection to the Camden County Board of Commissioners, Attn. Katie Bishop, County Clerk, P.O. Box 99 Woodbine GA 31569, prior to the date of consideration of the application, or during the Public Hearing. Dated this 15th Day of May 2017 Camden County Board of Commissioners 4T 5/18, 5/25, 6/01, 6/08/2017 # gpn12 ABANDONED VEHICLES Ron's Auto Service 820 N Lee St Kingsland, GA If you had a vehicle stored at this location and want to claim it, call Leave a message with description & VIN number by May 31st, T 5/18, 5/25/2017 # gpn06 CAMDEN COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT TRADE NAME REGISTRATION PERSONALLY APPEARED THE UNDERSIGNED WHO ON OATH DEPOSES AND SAYS: Justin R. Conley 104 Creekwood Cir. Kingsland, GA IS DOING BUSINESS IN CAMDEN COUNTY, GEORGIA UNDER THE NAME OF: JCON Coatings 104 Creekwood Cir. Kingsland, GA AND THAT THE NATURE OF THE BUSINESS TO BE CARRIED ON AT SUCH ADDRES IS: Painting Company /s/ Justin R. Conley Signature of person making declaration RECORDED IN TRADE NAME BOOK 308 PAGE T 5/25, 6/01/2017 # gpn20 DELINQUENT PROPERTY TAX SALE Under and by virtue of certain tax fi fa's issued by the city clerk, as tax collector for the City of Woodbine, Camden County, Georgia, in favor of the State of Georgia and City of Woodbine, against the following named persons and the property as described next to their respective name(s). There will be sold for cash or certified funds at public outcry, before the city hall door in Woodbine, Camden County, Georgia, between the legal hours of sale, on the first Tuesday in June, 2017, the same being June 6, 2017, and continuing on Wednesday, June 7, 2017, if necessary between the legal hours of sale, 10:00 AM and 4:00 PM. The below listed and described properties, or as much thereof as will satisfy the municipal tax execution on the respective individual and property, will be sold. The property (ies) hereinafter described have been levied on as the property of the persons whose names immediately precede the property description. Each of the respective parcels of property are located in the City of Woodbine, Camden County, State of Georgia. The years for which said fi fas are issued and levied are stated opposite the name of the owner in each case. Each defendant and tenant in possession, if applicable, has been notified of levy time and place of sale. Purchaser shall pay for title, all transfer cost, all taxes, advertising cost and recording fees. MAP AND PARCEL: W BROCK HARLEY TAX YEARS DUE: 2015 DEED BOOK: 540/646 31ST GMD, IN THE CITY WOODBINE, CAMDEN COUN- TY, GEORGIA, AS SHOWN IN PLAT BOOK 3, PAGE W 4TH STREET MAP AND PARCEL: 077B091 CANADY EDWARD (VIA TAX DEED) WILLIAM T WALKER (VIA TAX DEED)FRANK M MORAN, AND SHELI M MORAN AS TRUSTEES UNDER THE MORAN LIVING TRUST TAX YEARS DUE: DEED BOOK: 1668/48, 1472/595, 1269/630 (POR WOODBINE, CAMDEN COUN- ING OF 0.85 ACRES, MORE OR LESS, BEING LOT 91, OF SATIL- LA RIVER LANDING SUBDIVI- SION, AS SHOWN IN PLAT BOOK 16, PAGE 45. CANOE RUN MAP AND PARCEL: 077B118 D & E A FINANCIAL EDUCATION TAX YEARS DUE: 2015 DEED BOOK: 1574/707 CITY OF WOODBINE, CAMDEN COUNTY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 118, OF SATILLA RIVER LANDING SUBDIVISION. AS SHOWN IN PLAT BOOK 16, PAGES CLARKS CROSSING MAP AND PARCEL: C DRUMMOND KELVIN (VIA TAX DEED) AND EULA LEE HUTCHINSON TAX YEARS DUE: DEED BOOK: 1557/608, 567/584 CITY OF WOODBINE, CAMDEN COUNTY, GEORGIA, AND CONSISTING OF 0.6 ACRES, MORE OR LESS, BEING LOT 8, OF OWLS HEAD SUBDIVISION, AS SHOWN IN PLAT BOOK 1, PAGE 99. MAP AND PARCEL: W GIBBS JESSE L. ESTATE AND ALL HEIRS KNOWN AND UN- KNOWN TAX YEARS DUE: DEED BOOK: 181/326 WOODBINE, CAMDEN COUN- ING OF.34 ACRES, MORE OR LESS, BEING A PORTION OF LOT 8, BLOCK BB, AS SHOWN IN PLAT BOOK 54, PAGE EAST OAK STREET MAP AND PARCEL: W A HARRIS JOY SAN TAX YEARS DUE: DEED BOOK: 379/602 WOODBINE, CAMDEN COUN- TY, GEORGIA, BEING A POR- TION OF LOT 3, OF OWL'S HEAD PARK SUBDIVISION, AS SHOWN IN PLAT BOOK 1, PAGE GEORGIA AVE MAP AND PARCEL: 077B127 HORTON WENDELL, TRUSTEE OF THE WENDELL A HORTON REVOCABLE LIVING TRUST DATED SEPT 24, 2003 TAX YEARS DUE: DEED BOOK: 1264/98 CITY OF WOODBINE, CAMDEN COUNTY, GEORGIA, AND CONSISTING OF 0.63 ACRES, MORE OR LESS, BEING LOT 127, OF SATILLA RIVER LAND- ING SUBDIVISION, AS SHOWN IN PLAT BOOK 16, PAGE 52. SETTLERS TRL MAP AND PARCEL: W JOHNSON SHEILA R AND TIM- OTHY M BOSTIC III TAX YEARS DUE: 2015 DEED BOOK: 1261/566 WOODBINE, CAMDEN COUN- ING OF.51 ACRES, MORE OR LESS, BEING LOT 6, OF OWLS HEAD PARK SUBDIVISION CAMDEN AVENUE MAP AND PARCEL: W KING VIOLA TAX YEARS DUE: DEED BOOK: 64/299 WOODBINE, CAMDEN COUN- ING OF 0.25 ACRES, MORE OR LESS, BEING A PORTION OF LOT 3, BLOCK S. 706 GEORGIA AVE MAP AND PARCEL: 077B058 MIHAIL G CHIRU DANZER AND CARLA FLOURNOY TAX YEARS DUE: DEED BOOK: 1061/325 CITY OF WOODBINE, CAMDEN COUNTY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 58, OF SATILLA RIVER LANDING SUBDIVISION, AS SHOWN IN PLAT BOOK 16, PAGE 45. MAP AND PARCEL: W PARRISH CLARENCE L AND SYLVIA L TAX YEARS DUE: DEED BOOK: 457/658 WOODBINE, CAMDEN COUN- ING OF.51 ACRES, MORE OR LESS, BEING LOT 5, BLOCK 14, OF CHEROKEE TERRACE SUB- DIVISION, AS SHOWN IN PLAT CABINET 1, FILE 63-A. 400 W 6TH STREET MAP AND PARCEL: W PARRISH SYLVIA TAX YEARS DUE: 2015 DEED BOOK: 733/553 WOODBINE, CAMDEN COUN- ING OF.39 ACRES, MORE OR LESS. 907 BEDELL AVENUE MAP AND PARCEL: 077B121 SOUTH MOUNTAIN VENTURES TAX YEARS DUE: DEED BOOK: 1315/465 WOODBINE, CAMDEN COUN- ING OF 0.51 ACRES, MORE OR LESS, BEING LOT 121, OF SATIL- LA RIVER LANDING SUBDIVI- SION, AS SHOWN IN PLAT BOOK 16, PAGE 45. SPYGLASS LN MAP AND PARCEL: W WHITAKER WILLIAM H ESTATE, DONALD W. HOLDGATE JR. AND ALL HEIRS KNOWN AND UNKNOWN TAX YEARS DUE: DEED BOOK: 1709/169 CITY OF WOODBINE, CAMDEN COUNTY, GEORGIA, AND CONSISTING OF 0.46 ACRES, MORE OR LESS, AS SHOWN IN DEED BOOK 58, PAGE BEDELL AVE MAP AND PARCEL: W WOODBINE BUSINESS CENTER TAX YEARS DUE: DEED BOOK: 1353/502 WOODBINE, CAMDEN COUN- ING OF 2.00 ACRES, MORE OR LESS, AS SHOWN IN DEED BOOK 345, PAGE BEDELL AVE * Deed Book: Refers to Deed Records located in the Camden County Courthouse, Clerk of Superior Court's Office where property is more fully described. 4T 5/11, 5/18, 5/25, 6/01/2017 #340063/340067/ gpn20 DELINQUENT PROPERTY TAX SALE Under and by virtue of certain tax fi fa's issued by the city clerk, as tax collector for the City of Kingsland, Camden County, Georgia, in favor of the State of Georgia and City of Kingsland, against the following named persons and the property as described next to their respective name(s). There will be sold for cash or certified funds at public outcry, before the city hall door in Kingsland, Camden County, Georgia, between the legal hours of sale, on the first Tuesday in June, 2017, the same being June 6, 2017, and continuing on Wednesday, June 7, 2017, if necessary between the legal hours of sale, 10:00 AM and 4:00 PM. The below listed and described properties, or as much thereof as will satisfy the municipal tax execution on the respective individual and property, will be sold. The property (ies) hereinafter described have been levied on as the property of the persons whose names immediately precede the property description. Each of the respective parcels of property are located in the City of Kingsland, Camden County, State of Georgia. The years for which said fi fas are issued and levied are stated opposite the name of the owner in each case. Each defendant and tenant in possession, if applicable, has been notified of levy time and place of sale. Purchaser shall pay for title, all transfer cost, all taxes, advertising cost and recording fees. MAP AND PARCEL: K25A 001 ALIREZA ZENA R TAX YEARS DUE: DEED BOOK: 1114/497 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 1, BLOCK A, OF PALMETTO PLACE, AS SHOWN IN PLAT BOOK 7, PAGE W LAWNWOOD AVE MAP AND PARCEL: K BAXTER ROBERT B DEED BOOK: 1365/528 ING OF ACRES, MORE OR LESS. 216 S CLARKS BLUFF ROAD MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 001 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 1, PHASE 1, OF THE LANDING AT RIVER INLET WAY MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 002 TY, GEORGIA, IN LOT 2, PHASE 1, OF THE LANDING AT MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 003 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 3, PHASE 1, OF THE LANDING AT MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 004 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 4, PHASE 1, OF THE LANDING AT MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 005 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 5, PHASE 1, OF THE LANDING AT MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 006 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 6, PHASE 1, OF THE LANDING AT MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 007 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 7, PHASE 1, OF THE LANDING AT MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 008 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 8, PHASE 1, OF THE LANDING AT MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 009 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 9, PHASE 1, OF THE LANDING AT MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 010 CITY OF KINGSLAND, CAM- DEN COUNTY, GEORGIA, BE- ING LOT 10, PHASE 1, OF THE LANDING AT CROOKED RIVER SUBDIVI MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 011 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 11, PHASE 1, OF THE LANDING AT MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 012 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 12, PHASE 1, OF THE LANDING AT MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 013 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 13, PHASE 1, OF THE LANDING AT MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 014 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 14, PHASE 1, OF THE LANDING AT MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 015 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 15, PHASE 1, OF THE LANDING AT BRIAR CIR MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 016 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 16, PHASE 1, OF THE LANDING AT BRIAR CIR MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 017 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 17, PHASE 1, OF THE LANDING AT BRIAR CIR MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 018 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 18, PHASE 1, OF THE LANDING AT BRIAR CIR MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 019 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 19, PHASE 1, OF THE LANDING AT MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 020 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 20, PHASE 1, OF THE LANDING AT MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 021 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 21, PHASE 1, OF THE LANDING AT MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 022 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 22, PHASE 1, OF THE LANDING AT MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 023 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 23, PHASE 1, OF THE LANDING AT MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 024 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 24, PHASE 1, OF THE LANDING AT MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 025 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 25, PHASE 1, OF THE LANDING AT MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 026 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 26, PHASE 1, OF THE LANDING AT MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 027 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 27, PHASE 1, OF THE LANDING AT MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 028 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 28, MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 029 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 29, MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 030 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 30, MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 031 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 31, MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 032 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 32, MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 033 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 33, MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 034 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 34, MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 035 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 35, MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 036 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 36, MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 037 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 37, MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 038 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 38, MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 039 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 39, MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 040 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 40, MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 041 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 41, MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 042 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 42, MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 043 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 43, MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 044 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 44, MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 045 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 45, MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 046 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 46, MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 047 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 47, MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 048 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 48, MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 049 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 49, MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 050 TRACT OF LAND BEING IN 31ST GMD, IN THE CITY OF KINGS- LAND, CAMDEN COUNTY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 50, MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 051 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 51, SION. MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 052 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 52, SION. TAYLOR COVE MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 053 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 53, SION. TAYLOR COVE MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 054 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 54, SION. TAYLOR COVE MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 055 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 55, SION. TAYLOR COVE MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 056 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 56, SION. TAYLOR COVE MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 057 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 57, SION. TAYLOR COVE MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 058 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 58, SION. TAYLOR COVE MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 059 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 59, SION. TAYLOR COVE MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 060 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 60, SION. MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 061 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 61, SION. SAND PIPER LN MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 062 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 62, SION. MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 063 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 63, MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 064 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 64, MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 065 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 65, MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 066 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 66, MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 067 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 67, MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 068

18 8B Tribune & Georgian Thursday, May 25, 2017 LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS CONTINUED ON 9B TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 68, MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 069 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 69, MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 070 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 70, MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 071 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 71, SION. SAND PIPER LN MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 072 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 72, SION. SAND PIPER LN MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 073 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 73, SION. SAND PIPER LN MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 074 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 74, SION. SAND PIPER LN MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 075 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 75, SION. SAND PUPER LN MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 076 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 7, SION. SAND PIPER LN MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 077 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 77, SION. SAND PIPER LN MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 078 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 78, SION. SAND PIPER LN MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 079 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 79, SION. SAND PIPER LN MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 080 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 80, SION. SAND PIPER LN MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 082 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 82, SION. MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 083 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 83, MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 084 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 84, MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 085 TY, GEORGIA, BEING IN LOT 85, PHASE 1A, OF THE LAND- ING AT CROOKED RIVER SUB- DIVI MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 086 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 86, MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 087 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 87, PHASE 1, OF THE LANDING AT MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 088 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 88, MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 089 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 89, MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 090 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 90, MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 091 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 91, OF THE LANDING AT MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 092 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 92, MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 093 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 93, MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 094 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 94, MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 095 TY, GEORGIA, BEING TRACT B, MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 096 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 1, PHASE 2, OF THE LANDING AT MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 097 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 2, PHASE 2, OF THE LANDING AT MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 098 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 3, PHASE 2, OF THE LANDING AT MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 099 TY, GEORGIA, BEING TRACT A, PHASE 2, OF THE LANDING AT MAP AND PARCEL: 093A 100 TY, GEORGIA, BEING TRACT B, PHASE 2, OF THE LANDING AT MAP AND PARCEL: K BREWER ANNA M TAX YEARS DUE: DEED BOOK: 527/417 ING OF 0.25 ACRES, MORE OR LESS, AS SHOWN IN PLAT CABINET 2, FILE 126A. MAP AND PARCEL: K BROOKS AMIRAH - JOHNSON SIDNEY SR DEED BOOK: 1837/774 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 3, OF THE GROSS SUBDIVISION. 116 E FARMER AVE MAP AND PARCEL: K BROWN LAURA AKA LAURA MAY SCOTT ESTATE AND ALL HEIRS KNOWN & UNKNOWN TAX YEARS DUE: DEED BOOK: RR/410 CITY OF KINGSLAND, CAM- DEN COUNTY, GEORGIA, AND CONSISTING OF 0.14 ACRES, MORE OR LESS, OF EDWARDS SUBDIVISION. 130 W DAWSON AVENUE MAP AND PARCEL: K BRUNSON WILLIAM DEED BOOK: 1288/387 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 3, BLOCK 6, OF TERRA HAUTE SUBDIVISION, AS SHOWN IN PLAT BOOK 3, PAGE W CYPRESS AVE MAP AND PARCEL: K BRYANT HARVEY JR ESTATE AND ALL HEIRS KNOWN & UN- KNOWN DEED BOOK: 127/569 CITY OF KINGSLAND, CAM- DEN COUNTY, GEORGIA, AND CONSISTING OF 0.20 ACRES, MORE OR LESS. 415 MLK BLVD MAP AND PARCEL: K BURKE WILLIAM & LILLIE ESTATE AND ALL HEIRS KNOWN & UN- KNOWN TAX YEARS DUE: DEED BOOK: 417/524 CITY OF KINGSLAND, CAM- DEN COUNTY, GEORGIA, AND CONSISTING OF 0.02 ACRES, MORE OR LESS, BEING A POR- TION OF LOTS 6 AND 7, BLOCK 5, OF ELEMENT PARK SUBDIVISION, AS SHOWN IN PLAT BOOK 2, PAGE JOSEPH ST MAP AND PARCEL: K CAMPBELL HEZEKIAH ESTATE AND ALL HEIRS KNOWN & UN- KNOWN TAX YEARS DUE: DEED BOOK: 81/419 ING OF 0.19 ACRES, MORE OR LESS. 690 S ORANGE ED- WARDS AVE MAP AND PARCEL: K CAMPBELL JEFF ESTATE CAMP- BELL VERSIE ESTATE AND ALL HEIRS KNOWN & UNKNOWN TAX YEARS DUE: DEED BOOK: 67/120 CITY OF KINGSLAND, CAM- DEN COUNTY, GEORGIA, AND CONSISTING OF 0.14 ACRES, MORE OR LESS. MAP AND PARCEL: K CAMPBELL VERCIE ESTATE AND ALL HEIRS KNOWN & UN- KNOWN TAX YEARS DUE: DEED BOOK: 115/381 ING OF 0.14 ACRES, MORE OR LESS. 720 OLD DIXIE HWY MAP AND PARCEL: C CANADY EDWARD R (VIA TAX DEED) - GREEN DORETHA DEED BOOK: 1557/606 AND 544/637 ING OF ACRES, MORE OR LESS, BEING PARCEL 7, AS SHOWN IN PLAT BOOK 8, PAGE 22. MAP AND PARCEL: D CANADY EDWARD R (VIA TAX DEED) - GREEN DORETHA DEED BOOK: 1557/604 AND 544/635 ING OF.898 ACRES, MORE OR LESS, BEING PARCEL 6, AS SHOWN IN PLAT BOOK 8, PAGE 22. MAP AND PARCEL: 082H 061 CANADY EDWARD R (VIA TAX DEED) - KINGSMEADOW INC DEED BOOK: 711/321 AND 285/128 (POR TY, GEORGIA, AND BEING LOT 61, PHASE 1, OF MEADOWS SUBDIVISION, AS SHOWN IN PLAT CABINET 1, FILE 143 B. MAP AND PARCEL: CARNIVORES STEAKHOUSE INC DEED BOOK: 1068/730 ING OF 6.06 ACRES, MORE OR LESS, BEING LOTS A & B, AS SHOWN IN PLAT DRAWER 17, MAP 39. MAP AND PARCEL: K CHANEY ALTON (VIA TAX DEED) - DAWSON ROOSEVELT TAX YEARS DUE: DEED BOOK: 1035/442 AND 367/220 ING OF 0.29 ACRES, MORE OR LESS. 402 N. ARIZONA STREET MAP AND PARCEL: K CLEMENTS EXCHANGE LLC TAX YEARS DUE: DEED BOOK: 1464/659 (POR- & 1453/883 (POR TY, GEORGIA, AND BEING BLOCK 22. MAP AND PARCEL: K CLEMENTS EXCHANGE LLC TAX YEARS DUE: DEED BOOK: 1453/883 (POR- TY, GEORGIA, AND BEING A PORTION OF TRACT 2. W/S SOUTH ORANGE EDWARDS AVENUE MAP AND PARCEL: 095G 007 COON BEATRICE A & COON JACK JEROME DEED BOOK: 1582/584 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 7, PHASE 1, OF GREEN ACRES SUBDIVISION, AS SHOWN IN PLAT DRAWER 10, MAP N GREENACRE CIR MAP AND PARCEL: 095H 030 DANTZLER REGINALD M DEED BOOK: 845/247 CITY OF KINGSLAND, CAM- DEN COUNTY, GEORGIA, BE- ING LOT 176, PHASE 2, OF GREEN ACRES SUBDIVISION, AS SHOWN IN PLAT DRAWER 11, MAP GREEN ACRES DR MAP AND PARCEL: K A DAWSON HARVEY L ESTATE QUEEN E AND ALL HEIRS KNOWN & UNKNOWN DEED BOOK: 488/84 (POR- ING OF 0.14 ACRES, MORE OR LESS. 100 W POWELL AVENUE MAP AND PARCEL: K B DAWSON HARVEY L ESTATE QUEEN E AND ALL HEIRS KNOWN & UNKNOWN DEED BOOK: 488/84 (POR- ING OF 0.19 ACRES, MORE OR LESS. MAP AND PARCEL: K DAWSON LILLIAN ESTATE AND ALL HEIRS KNOWN & UN- KNOWN DEED BOOK: 91/349 ING OF 0.33 ACRES, MORE OR LESS. 343 ORANGE EDWARDS AVE N MAP AND PARCEL: G DAY BONNIE L ESTATE AND ALL HEIRS KNOWN & UN- KNOWN - CARLTON LLOYD W & CARLTON GLORIA MARIE DEED BOOK: 903/16 TY, GEORGIA, AS SHOWN IN PLAT CABINET 1, FILE NUMBER 77-A BOONE AVE MAP AND PARCEL: K DEHLINGER BILL & ODONNELL MARYJEAN TAX YEARS DUE: DEED BOOK: 1219/740 ING OF 0.31 ACRES, MORE OR LESS. 379 ORANGE EDWARDS BLVD MAP AND PARCEL: K DUFFY T CHRISTOPHER DEED BOOK: 1699/87 ING OF ACRES, MORE OR LESS. 808 E LEE STREET MAP AND PARCEL: K EC2 LLC (VIA TAX DEED) - SWEETS CARLA TAX YEARS DUE: , 2016 DEED BOOK: 1719/653 (POR /724 (POR TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 5, BLOCK 6, OF PLEASANT PARK SUBDIVISION. AS SHOWN IN PLAT BOOK 2. MAP AND PARCEL: K EC2 LLC (VIA TAX DEED) - SWEETS CARLA DEED BOOK: 1719/653 (POR- & 1536/724 (POR TY, GEORGIA, AND BEING LOTS 1,2,3 AND 4, BLOCK 6, OF PLEASANT PARK SUBDIVI- SION, AS SHOWN IN PLAT BOOK 2, PAGE W SOLOMON LEE AVENUE MAP AND PARCEL: K EDWARDS ELLA ESTATE AND ALL HEIRS KNOWN & UN- KNOWN DEED BOOK: NOT FOUND CITY OF KINGSLAND, CAM- DEN COUNTY, GEORGIA, AND CONSISTING OF 0.61 ACRES, MORE OR LESS. MAP AND PARCEL: K FOBBS TROY ESTATE & RUTH M ESTATE AND ALL HEIRS KNOWN & UNKNOWN - E2CC LLC (VIA TAX DEED) DEED BOOK: ZZ/156, 1819/559 ING OF 0.21 ACRES, MORE OR LESS. LEE ST MAP AND PARCEL: K I FULLER WALLACE & PAM TAX YEARS DUE: DEED BOOK: 166/513 TY, GEORGIA. 179 MORRIS ST MAP AND PARCEL: K FULLER WALTER C ESTATE FULLER SONNIE L ESTATE MCIN- TOSH WANDA S AND ALL HEIRS KNOWN & UNKNOWN DEED BOOK: 713/433 ING OF 0.62 ACRES, MORE OR LESS, BEING LOT 6 AND A POR- TION OF LOT 7, AS SHOWN IN PLAT BOOK 112, PAGE OLD FOLKSTON RD MAP AND PARCEL: 058A 233 GEORGE MARIANA L DEED BOOK: 1438/384 CITY OF KINGSLAND, CAM- DEN COUNTY, GEORGIA, BE- ING LOT 233, REPLAT 2, OF NORTHSHORE SUBDIVISION, AS SHOWN IN PLAT DRAWER 24, MAPS 5-9. POINT BAR COURT MAP AND PARCEL: K GETER JAMES R DEED BOOK: 1589/329 (POR- CITY OF KINGSLAND, CAM- DEN COUNTY, GEORGIA, AND CONSISTING OF 0.15 ACRES, MORE OR LESS, AS SHOWN IN DEED BOOK 1442, PAGE 546. MILLS ST MAP AND PARCEL: K GETER JAMES R DEED BOOK: 1589/329 (POR- TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 3, AS SHOWN IN DEED BOOK 1442, PAGE 546. MAP AND PARCEL: K A GETER JAMES R JR DEED BOOK: 1495/ GMD, IN THE CITY OF ING OF 0.25 ACRES, MORE OR LESS. MAP AND PARCEL: K GETER JAMES R JR DEED BOOK: 1497/650 (POR- ING OF 0.22 ACRES, MORE OR LESS, BEING PART OF LOT 6, OF SHEFFIELD SUBDIVISION. MAP AND PARCEL: K GIBBS GLOVER IRENE ESTATE GIBBS AMOS AND ALL HEIRS KNOWN & UNKNOWN DEED BOOK: 53/95 (POR 1606TH GMD, IN THE 1606TH GMD, IN THE CITY OF KINGS- LAND, CAMDEN COUNTY, GEORGIA, AND CONSISTING OF 0.12 ACRES, MORE OR LESS. MAP AND PARCEL: 082D B GLOVER ALVIN JR & FIELDS ETHEL LEE ESTATE AND ALL HEIRS KNOWN & UNKNOWN TAX YEARS DUE: DEED BOOK: 861/741 (POR- ING OF ACRES, MORE OR LESS, BEING TRACT A. MARTIN LUTHER KING BLVD MAP AND PARCEL: K GOODMAN KATHY ANN DEED BOOK: 285/290 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 2, BLOCK 17, OF TERRA HAUTE SUBDIVISION, AS SHOWN IN PLAT BOOK 4, PAGE W MAGNOLIA AVENUE MAP AND PARCEL: GREEN ACRES RENTALS INC DEED BOOK: 1587/708 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOTS 1 AND 2, AS SHOWN IN PLAT CABINET 2, PAGE 159A E KING AVE MAP AND PARCEL: K GRIMSLEY HARRIETT S TAX YEARS DUE: DEED BOOK: 1099/458 ING OF 0.09 ACRES, MORE OR LESS, AS SHOWN IN DEED BOOK TT, PAGES 127 AND 128. MAP AND PARCEL: K HILLIARD TRUCK & AUTO INC DEED BOOK: 1646/830 (POR- CITY OF KINGSLAND, CAM- DEN COUNTY, GEORGIA, AND CONSISTING OF 0.16 ACRES, MORE OR LESS, BEING TRACT 2. HWY 40 & WEST STREET MAP AND PARCEL: K A HILLIARD TRUCK & AUTO INC DEED BOOK: 1646/830 (POR- ING OF 0.65 ACRES, MORE OR LESS, BEING TRACT 1. LILY AV- ENUE MAP AND PARCEL: K B HILLIARD TRUCK & AUTO INC DEED BOOK: 1646/830 (POR- ING OF 0.40 ACRES, MORE OR LESS, BEING TRACT 3. N/S HWY 40 MAP AND PARCEL: K HOLZENDORF MAMIE LOU TRUST HOLZENDORF MAMIE LOU AS TRUSTEE DEED BOOK: 1695/47 (POR- ING OF 0.94 ACRES, MORE OR LESS, AS SHOWN IN PLAT BOOK 2, PAGE MAR- TIN LUTHER KING BLVD MAP AND PARCEL: K HUNTSINGER TRACEY S AKA SPRUILL TRACEY TAX YEARS DUE: DEED BOOK: 448/458 TY, GEORGIA, AND BEING LOTS 9 AND 10, BLOCK 12, OF TERRA HAUTE SUBDIVISION, AS SHOWN IN PLAT BOOK 4, PAGE 179. CLARKS BLUFF ROAD MAP AND PARCEL: K HUNTSINGER TRACEY S AKA SPRUILL TRACEY - SHEFFIELD WILBUR H ESTATE AND ALL HEIRS KNOWN & UNKNOWN TAX YEARS DUE: DEED BOOK: 707/629 (POR- CITY OF KINGSLAND, CAM- DEN COUNTY, GEORGIA, AND BEING LOT 7, BLOCK 12, OF TERRA HAUTE SUBDIVISION, AS SHOWN IN PLAT BOOK 4, PAGE 179. MAP AND PARCEL: P J KATE INVESTMENTS LLC DEED BOOK: 1714/549 ING OF 2.18 ACRES, MORE OR LESS, AS SHOWN IN PLAT DRAWER 26, MAP E KING AVENUE MAP AND PARCEL: K JACKSON JOHNNIE & ELNORA ESTATE AND ALL HEIRS KNOWN & UNKNOWN TAX YEARS DUE: DEED BOOK: 757/536 ING OF 0.18 ACRES, MORE OR LESS. MAP AND PARCEL: K JACKSON VERDIE L AKA VERDY ESTATE AND ALL HEIRS KNOWN & UNKNOWN TAX YEARS DUE: DEED BOOK: 67/367 CITY OF KINGSLAND, CAM- DEN COUNTY, GEORGIA, AND CONSISTING OF 0.80 ACRES, MORE OR LESS, AS SHOWN IN DEED BOOK RR, PAGE 37 AND 38. MAP AND PARCEL: K JACOBS JAMES SR DEED BOOK: TT/575 ING OF 0.91 ACRES, MORE OR LESS. 225 W JACOBS AVE MAP AND PARCEL: D JAI SHAKTI LLC TAX YEARS DUE: DEED BOOK: 1656/535 ING OF 7.25 ACRES, MORE OR LESS, BEING TRACTS C AND D. BOONE ST MAP AND PARCEL: K B JOHNSON BETTY ESTATE AND ALL HEIRS KNOWN & UN- KNOWN DEED BOOK: 554/296 ING OF 0.85 ACRES, MORE OR LESS, BEING LOTS 1 AND 2, AS SHOWN IN DEED BOOK 187, PAGE NORTH GEORGIA STREET MAP AND PARCEL: K JOHNSON BETTY ESTATE AND ALL HEIRS KNOWN & UN- KNOWN DEED BOOK: 273/194 ING OF 0.19 ACRES, MORE OR LESS. 801 N ORANGE ED- WARDS AVE MAP AND PARCEL: K B JOHNSON ERIC & BERNAR- DINE R DEED BOOK: 584/606 ING OF 0.35 ACRES, MORE OR LESS. 308 N ORANGE ED- WARDS BLVD MAP AND PARCEL: 082E 035B KINES VALERIE E AKA MON- TANEZ VALERIE & E2CC (VIA TAX DEED) DEED BOOK: 1456/351 & 1819/558 TY, GEORGIA, AND BEING LOT 35, BLOCK B, OF WOOD- HAVEN (KINGSWOOD AT WOODHAVEN) SUBDIVISION, AS SHOWN IN PLAT BOOK 8, PAGES WOOD- HAVEN COURT MAP AND PARCEL: 121E 023B KUSCHILL TERRI ESTATE AND ALL HEIRS KNOWN & UN- KNOWN DEED BOOK: 1206/437 (POR- & 1851/772 29TH GMD, IN THE CITY OF TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT K, BLOCK B, OF MARINERS LAND- ING LAKE TOWNHOMES, AS SHOWN IN PLAT DRAWER 9, PAGE A E LAKEMONT DR MAP AND PARCEL: K LANIER W J SR ESTATE AND ALL HEIRS KNOWN & UNKNOWN & DARLEEN POPWELL TAX YEARS DUE: 2010, DEED BOOK: 329/30 ING OF ACRES, MORE OR LESS, AS SHOWN IN DEED BOOK 138, PAGES S LEE STREET MAP AND PARCEL: K LAW WILLIE MAE ESTATE AND ALL HEIRS KNOWN & UN- KNOWN TAX YEARS DUE: DEED BOOK: 115/542 ING OF 0.12 ACRES, MORE OR LESS. MAP AND PARCEL: K LILES GRACIE E AKA GEIGER GRACIE E TAX YEARS DUE: DEED BOOK: 642/499 ING OF 0.25 ACRES, MORE OR LESS, AND BEING TRACTS 1 AND S SATILLA STREET MAP AND PARCEL: K LOFTON W & M ESTATE AND ALL HEIRS KNOWN & UN- KNOWN TAX YEARS DUE: DEED BOOK: NOT FOUND ING OF 0.76 ACRES, MORE OR LESS. OLD DIXIE HWY MAP AND PARCEL: 058A 661 LOWIN WILLIAM J & JUDITH M TAX YEARS DUE: DEED BOOK: 1429/785 32ND GMD, IN THE CITY OF TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 661, OF NORTH SHORE SUBDIVI- SION, AS SHOWN IN PLAT DRAWER 23, MAP BREAKWATER LOOP MAP AND PARCEL: K MARSH BESSIE W ESTATE AND ALL HEIRS KNOWN & UN- KNOWN TAX YEARS DUE: DEED BOOK: 563/214 CITY OF KINGSLAND, CAM- DEN COUNTY, GEORGIA, AND CONSISTING OF 0.16 ACRES, MORE OR LESS. 109 N OR- ANGE EDWARDS AVENUE MAP AND PARCEL: K A MARSH BETTY JEAN MARSH OLLIE SR MARSH CARL MARSH RAY MARSH JACQUELYN C ESTATE MARSH OLLIE JR MARSH ED AND ALL HEIRS KNOWN & UNKNOWN - WILLIAMS SHANDA (VIA TAX DEED) TAX YEARS DUE: DEED BOOK: 61/168, 1827/361 ING OF 0.09 ACRES, MORE OR LESS, AND BLOCK 7. MAP AND PARCEL: K MARSH JACQUELYN L ESTATE AND ALL HEIRS KNOWN & UN- KNOWN TAX YEARS DUE: DEED BOOK: 916/591 ING OF 0.50 ACRES, MORE OR LESS, BLOCK 7. MAP AND PARCEL: K MCINTOSH WANDA SUE & FULLER JOHN L

19 Thursday, May 25, 2017 Tribune & Georgian 9B LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS CONTINUED ON 10B DEED BOOK: 1524/116 KINGSTON, CAMDEN COUN- ING OF 0.23 ACRES, MORE OR LESS, AS SHOWN IN DEED BOOK 295, PAGE 54. MARTIN LUTHER KING BLVD MAP AND PARCEL: K MCNEIL JOSEPHINE ESTATE AND ALL HEIRS KNOWN & UN- KNOWN TAX YEARS DUE: DEED BOOK: 145/477 TY, GEORGIA. 355 N ORANGE EDWARDS AVENUE MAP AND PARCEL: 058A 430 MEDAUGH CHRISTOPHER P & HELEN TAX YEARS DUE: DEED BOOK: 1428/831 32ND GMD, IN THE CITY OF TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 430, OF NORTHSHORE SUBDIVI- SION, AS SHOWN IN PLAT DRAWER 23, MAP SHORELINE DR MAP AND PARCEL: K A MITCHELL CARLOS (VIA TAX DEED) - MCCALL LUCILLE & WALTER ESTATE AND ALL HEIRS KNOWN & UNKNOWN TAX YEARS DUE: DEED BOOK: 772/495 & 104/479 (POR ING OF 0.14 ACRES, MORE OR LESS. MAP AND PARCEL: K A MONLYN W ESTATE & T PAR- LAND ESTATE AND ALL HEIRS KNOWN & UNKNOWN TAX YEARS DUE: DEED BOOK: 103/369 ING OF 0.11 ACRES, MORE OR LESS, BEING THE NORTHERLY PORTION OF LOT 4, AS SHOWN IN PLAT BOOK 1, PAGE 109. MARTIN LUTHER KING BLVD MAP AND PARCEL: K MONLYN WOODROW SR TAX YEARS DUE: DEED BOOK: 103/415 ING OF 0.11 ACRES, MORE OR LESS, BEING THE SOUTHERLY PORTION OF LOT 4. MARTIN LUTHER KING BLVD MAP AND PARCEL: K NICKS BETTY TAX YEARS DUE: DEED BOOK: 1243/97 (POR- ING OF 0.75 ACRES, MORE OR LESS, BEING PART OF LOT 4, OF REPLAT 3 SUBDIVISION. MAP AND PARCEL: K OBERRY LINDA ESTATE & SI- MON P AND ALL HEIRS KNOWN & UNKNOWN - HUN- NICUTT WF (VIA TAX DEED) TAX YEARS DUE: DEED BOOK: 601/304, 1827/369 ING OF 0.33 ACRES, MORE OR LESS, BEING BLOCK NORTH ARIZONA ST MAP AND PARCEL: G OBRIEN MARK R & LORI J MOUNSEY DEED BOOK: 1783/590 ING OF 1.00 ACRES, MORE OR LESS. 831 E HILTON AVE MAP AND PARCEL: K A PIONEER LODGE 179 TAX YEARS DUE: DEED BOOK: 420/117 ING OF 0.1 ACRES, MORE OR LESS, AS SHOWN IN DEED BOOK 390, PAGE 637. MAP AND PARCEL: 095E 034A PRIVETT PARK D JR ESTATE AND ALL HEIRS KNOWN & UN- KNOWN DEED BOOK: 1610/533 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 34A, OF ROYAL WOODS SUBDIVI- SION, AS SHOWN IN PLAT DRAWER 7, MAP NUMBER ROYAL WAY MAP AND PARCEL: K QUEEN WILLIAMS DEFENDANT IN FI-FA: SPENCER WALTER R TAX YEARS DUE: DEED BOOK: 1820/825 ING OF 0.41 ACRES. 310 NORTH ORANGE EDWARDS BLVD MAP AND PARCEL: 082M 033 REGENCY GROUP INC TAX YEARS DUE: DEED BOOK: 671/475 (POR- ING OF 2.71 ACRES, MORE OR LESS, BEING A PORTION OF TRACT 1, OF THE MEADOWS SUBDIVISION, PHASE 3, SEC- TION A, AS SHOWN IN PLAT CABINET 1, FILE 143B, MAP 28. WOODBRIDGE ROAD MAP AND PARCEL: 082M 034 REGENCY GROUP INC TAX YEARS DUE: DEED BOOK: 671/475 (POR- ING OF 2.69 ACRES, MORE OR LESS, BEING A PORTION OF TRACT 1, PARCEL A, OF THE MEADOWS, PHASE 3, SECTION A, AS SHOWN IN PLAT CABI- NET 1, FILE 143 B. WOOD- BRIDGE ROAD MAP AND PARCEL: RFIG INC DEFENDANT IN FI-FA: RFIG INC - HANCOCK JAMES E & NEAL THOMAS E TAX YEARS DUE: DEED BOOK: 1781/498 CITY OF KINGSLAND, CAM- DEN COUNTY, GEORGIA, AND CONSISTING OF ACRES, MORE OR LESS, BEING LOT 8, OF HOLLY HILL FARMS SUBDIVI- SION, PHASE 1, AS SHOWN IN PLAT DRAWER 11, MAP 20. MAP AND PARCEL: P ROBINSON MICHAEL D & BET- TY O DEED BOOK: 874/649 ING OF ACRES, MORE OR LESS, BEING LOT 6, OF HENRIETTA SUBDIVISION. MAP AND PARCEL: K SADDLER DAVID I ESTATE AND ALL HEIRS KNOWN & UN- KNOWN TAX YEARS DUE: DEED BOOK: 316/109 ING OF 0.72 ACRES, MORE OR LESS, BEING A PORTION OF BLOCK S MAY ST MAP AND PARCEL: K A SHEFFIELD GLORIA PEEPLES AS TRUSTEE FOR THE SHEFFIELD WILLIAM A AND GLORIA P TRUST DEFENDANT IN FI-FA: PALMON ALFONSO J TAX YEARS DUE: DEED BOOK: 1798/280 (POR- ING OF 0.17 ACRES, MORE OR LESS, BEING A PORTION OF LOT 51, OF SHEFFIELD TERRACE SUBDIVISION, AS SHOWN IN PLAT BOOK 3, PAGE WILBUR ST MAP AND PARCEL: K B SHEFFIELD GLORIA PEEPLES AS TRUSTEE FOR THE SHEFFIELD WILLIAM A AND GLORIA P TRUST DEFENDANT IN FI-FA: PALMON ALFONSO J DEED BOOK: 1798/280 (POR- TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 52 AND PORTION OF LOT 51, OF SHEFFIELD TERRACE SUBDIVI- SION, AS SHOWN IN PLAT BOOK 3, PAGE 10. MAP AND PARCEL: K A SHIVALIER BEATRICE L & DEON D - E2CC (VIA TAX DEED) DEED BOOK: 1376/597, 1819/552 ING OF 0.60 ACRES, MORE OR LESS. 663 N CAMDEN ST MAP AND PARCEL: K SIMON CALVIN & LOUVENIA ESTATE AND ALL HEIRS KNOWN & UNKNOWN TAX YEARS DUE: DEED BOOK: 117/374 CITY OF KINGSLAND, CAM- DEN COUNTY, GEORGIA, BE- ING LOTS 8 AND 9, BLOCK 4, OF PLEASANT PARK SUBDIVI- SION, AS SHOWN IN PLAT BOOK 2, PAGE W STUMP MITCHELL AVE MAP AND PARCEL: 082E 029B SMITH HENNI I DEED BOOK: 1645/313 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 29, BLOCK B, OF WOODHAVEN SUBDIVISION, AS SHOWN IN PLAT BOOK 8, PAGES 50 AND 51. MAP AND PARCEL: 058A 434 STAVER DAVID CORREN & KELLY DEED BOOK: 1667/404 32ND GMD, IN THE CITY OF TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 434, OF NORTH SHORE SUBDIVI- SION, AS SHOWN IN PLAT DRAWER 23 MAP SHORELINE DR MAP AND PARCEL: K A STEEL EDDIE LEE ESTATE AND ALL HEIRS KNOWN & UN- KNOWN TAX YEARS DUE: DEED BOOK: 237/85 ING OF 0.41 ACRES, MORE OR LESS. MAP AND PARCEL: K STEEL WILMA ESTATE AND ALL HEIRS KNOWN & UNKNOWN TAX YEARS DUE: DEED BOOK: 61/319 ING OF 0.14 ACRES, MORE OR LESS. MAP AND PARCEL: K SYLVESTER DONNIE H SR & DONNIE H JR DEED BOOK: 1499/353 TY, GEORGIA, BEING IN BLOCK 18, AS SHOWN IN PLAT BOOK 7, PAGE 110. MAP AND PARCEL: K TAYLOR TRAVIS & EBONE TAX YEARS DUE: DEED BOOK: 1023/647 TY, GEORGIA, BEING A POR- TION OF LOT 4 AND ALL OF LOT 5, BLOCK 5, AS SHOWN IN PLAT BOOK 2, PAGE JIM CODY AVE MAP AND PARCEL: 082H 030 THE MEADOWS HOME OWN- ERS ASSOCIATION INC TAX YEARS DUE: DEED BOOK: 325/107 (POR- TY, GEORGIA, AND BEING HIK- ING TRAILS, OF THE MEADOWS SUBDIVISION, AS SHOWN IN PLAT BOOK 5, PAGE 181. MAP AND PARCEL: TYRE JOSEPH W & KAREN M DEED BOOK: 209/154 ING OF 0.50 ACRES, MORE OR LESS. 407 N GROVE BLVD MAP AND PARCEL: WATERS EDGE HADDOCK ROAD LLC DEED BOOK: 1522/122 (POR- 1606TH GMD, IN THE CITY ON TY, GEORGIA, OF WATERS EDGE SUBDIVISION, AS SHOWN IN PLAT BOOK 24, PAGE 32. MAP AND PARCEL: 108F 143 WATERS EDGE HADDOCK ROAD LLC DEED BOOK: 1522/122 (POR- TY, GEORGIA, BEING TRACTS 1 AND 2, OF WATERS EDGE SUBDIVISION, PHASE 1, AS SHOWN IN PLAT BOOK 24, PAGE 32. MAP AND PARCEL: 108F 143A WATERS EDGE HADDOCK ROAD LLC DEED BOOK: 1522/122 (POR- TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOCAT- ED IN WATERS EDGE SUBDIVI- SION, PHASE 2, AS SHOWN IN PLAT BOOK 24, PAGE 32. WA- TERS EDGE DR MAP AND PARCEL: WAY CALVIN ESTATE AND ALL HEIRS KNOWN & UNKNOWN TAX YEARS DUE: DEED BOOK: NOT FOUND CITY OF KINGSLAND, CAM- DEN COUNTY, GEORGIA, AND CONSISTING OF 4.02 ACRES, MORE OR LESS. SOUTH HIGH- WAY 17 MAP AND PARCEL: WAY HOWARD & DAISY TAX YEARS DUE: DEED BOOK: NOT FOUND CITY OF KINGSLAND, CAM- DEN COUNTY, GEORGIA, AND CONSISTING OF ACRES, MORE OR LESS. HARRIETTS BLUFF ROAD MAP AND PARCEL: K WEST KENNETH D DEED BOOK: 1674/103 (POR- TY, GEORGIA, AND BEING LOT 101, PHASE 5, OF HIDE-A-WAY ESTATES SUBDIVISION, AS SHOWN IN PLAT DRAWER 25, MAP 27. W. WILBUR STREET MAP AND PARCEL: K A WEST KENNETH D DEED BOOK: 1370/729 (POR- TY, GEORGIA, AND BEINGS LOTS 40 AND 41, OF SHEFFIELD TERRACE SUBDIVISION, AS SHOWN IN PLAT BOOK 3, PAGE 10. W. WILBUR STREET MAP AND PARCEL: K WEST KENNETH D DEED BOOK: 1674/103 (POR- TY, GEORGIA, AND BEING LOT 102, PHASE 5, OF HIDE-A-WAY ESTATES SUBDIVISION, AS SHOWN IN PLAT DRAWER 25, MAP 27. W. WILBUR STREET MAP AND PARCEL: K B WEST KENNETH D DEED BOOK: 1674/103 (POR- CITY OF KINGSLAND, CAM- DEN COUNTY, GEORGIA, AND BEING LOT 103B, OF HIDE-A- WAY ESTATES SUBDIVISION, AS SHOWN IN PLAT CABINET, MAP 136G. MAP AND PARCEL: WEST KENNETH D & DUTTON LEE DEED BOOK: 1426/676 (POR- ING OF 1.53 ACRES, MORE OR LESS, AS SHOWN IN PLAT BOOK 3, PAGE 10. W SHER- RAD AVE MAP AND PARCEL: K B WILLIAMS ANNIE J TAX YEARS DUE: DEED BOOK: 381/132 ING OF 0.09 ACRES, MORE OR LESS. FARMER STREET MAP AND PARCEL: K WILLIAMS JULIA TAX YEARS DUE: DEED BOOK: 100/382 ING OF 0.58 ACRES, MORE OR LESS. MAP AND PARCEL: 095I 021 WILLIAMSON VICTORIA S DEED BOOK: 1546/299 TY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 21, PHASE 1, OF ROYAL ACRES SUBDIVISION, AS SHOWN IN PLAT DRAWER 13, MAP NUM- BER ROYAL ACRES CIR * Deed Book: Refers to Deed Records located in the Camden County Courthouse, Clerk of Superior Court's Office where property is more fully described. 4T 5/11, 5/18, 5/25, 6/01/2017 #339865/340056/ gpn20 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT FOR THE COUNTY OF CAMDEN, STATE OF GEORGIA Louis Butler, Ardelbert Roberson, Sarah Butler, Estella Noble, Luvenia Lewis, and Bobby Roberson Plaintiffs, vs. Any unknown heirs of Joe James; acres in 270th G.M. District of Camden County, Georgia; and all the World, Defendents. Civil Action Flie No.: 2016CV781 PUBLICATION TO: Hamilton estate, Peter Mack estate, Ronnie Wayne Pally, III, Roy Ball and Karen Ball, Dale H. Melvin, and any unknown heirs of Joe James, and all persons known and unknown who claim or might claim adversely to Plaintiffs title; and all and singular and other person or person whom it may concern. You are hereby notified that the above-styled action seeking to establish title of the below described property against all the world was filed on the 13th day of September, 2016, in the Superior Court of Camden, Georgia, Brunswick Judicial Circuit, and that by reason of Order for Service by Publication entered by said Court on 17th day of April, 2017, you are hereby commanded to be and appear at said court within 30 days of the date of the Order for Service by Publication to answer said petition and file pleadings before the court: acres located in the 270th G.M. District being all of Parcel 1 containing acres and Parcel 2 containing 7.64 acres as shown on plat of survey of the Joe James estate prepared for Steven Taylor by Bennett Surveying, Inc., dated May 6, 2015, recorded in Plat Drawer 27, File 21, in the office of the Clerk of the Camden County Superior Court. Witnesses the Honorable Robert W. Guy, Jr., Judge of said Court. This 2nd day of May, /s/ Joy L. Turner Joy L. Turner, Clerk of Court Prepared by: /s/ Jim McGee Jim McGee Attorney for Plaintiffs Post Office Drawer 679 Waycross, Georgia Phone (912) State Bar No.: T 5/11, 5/18,5/25, 6/01/2017 # gpn07 NOTICE TO DEBTORS & CREDITORS All creditors of the Estate of Therese Christine Quinones, Deceased, late of Camden County are hereby notified to render in the demands of the undersigned according to law and all persons indebted to said estate are required to make immediate payment to me. This 11th day of May, ESTATE #2017P92 Diane S. Libotte EXECUTOR 8203 NW 58th Place Tamarac, FL T 5/18, 5/25, 6/01, 6/08/2017 # gpn06 CAMDEN COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT TRADE NAME REGISTRATION PERSONALLY APPEARED THE UNDERSIGNED WHO ON OATH DEPOSES AND SAYS: James Terry Murphy 9627 Boardwalk Landing Fernandina Beach, FL IS DOING BUSINESS IN CAMDEN COUNTY, GEORGIA UNDER THE NAME OF: Abercorn DUI and Defensive Driving Clinic II 4445 Hwy 40 East St. Marys, GA AND THAT THE NATURE OF THE BUSINESS TO BE CARRIED ON AT SUCH ADDRESS IS: Defensive driving classes James Terry Murphy Signature of person making declaration RECORDED IN TRADE NAME BOOK 308 PAGE T 5/18, 5/25/2017 # gpn07 NOTICE TO CREDITORS All creditors to the Estate of Andrea E. Behringer, deceased, late of Camden County, are hereby notified to render in their demands to the undersigned according to law, and all persons indebted to said estate are required to make immediate payment to me. This 15th day of May, Dawn M. Wildrick, Administrator with Will Annexed of the Estate of Andrea E. Behringer Miles P. Hendrix Kinney & Kinney, LLC Attorney for Administrator P. O. Box 7050 St. Marys, Georgia T 5/25, 6/01, 6/08, 6/15/2017 # gpn18 IN THE PROBATE COURT OF CAMDEN COUNTY STATE OF GEORGIA IN RE: ESTATE OF Leatha Atkinson, DECEASED ESTATE NO NOTICE The Petition of Personal Representative for Leave to sell Property in the above-referenced estate having been duly filed, TO: Any and All Interested Parties: Vaughan C. Daughtry and Wanda E. Daughtry This is to notify you to file objection, if there is any, to the above-referenced Petition, in this Court on or before June 1, BE NOTIFIED FURTHER: All objections to the Petition must be in writing, setting forth the grounds of any such objections. All objections should be sworn to before a notary public or before a Probate Court Clerk, and filing fees must be tendered with your objections, unless you qualify to file as an indigent party. Contact Probate Court personnel for the required amount of filing fees. If any objections are filed, a hearing will be scheduled at a later date. If no objections are filed, the Petition may be granted without a hearing. Judge of the Probate Court Robert C. Sweatt, Jr By: Penny L. Miller P. O. Box East 4th Street Woodbine, GA T 5/04, 5/11, 5/18, 5/25/2017 # gpn10 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF CAMDEN COUNTY STATE OF GEORGIA SUSAN E. ONEILL, Plaintiff, Vs. DEBORAH S. ONEILL, Defendant, CIVIL ACTION FILE NO. 13V1112 NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO: DAVID SPIKES; You are hereby notified that the above-styled Petition for Third Party was filed in said Court on November 14, 2013, and that by reason of an Order for service of summons by publication entered by the Court on April 27, 2017, you are hereby commanded and required to file with the Clerk of said Court and service upon William R. Ashe, Plaintiffs Attorney, whose address is 416 Bedell Avenue, Post Office Box 607, Woodbine, Georgia 31569, an Answer to the petition within sixty (60) days of April 27, WITNESS, the Honorable O. Brent Green, Judge of said Court. This 4th day of May, William R. Ashe Attorney at Law 4T 5/11, 5/18, 5/25, 6/01/2017 # gpn15 STATE OF GEORGIA COUNTY OF CAMDEN NOTICE OF PUBLICATION Notice is hereby given that RYAN ANN WATSON and CURTIS LAMAR WATSON, JR., by and through their attorney of record filed a Petition in the Superior Court of Camden County, Georgia, Case number 2017CV267, on the 31ST day of March, 2017, praying for a change in the name of the minor from William Gavin Moore to William Gavin Watson. Notice is hereby given pursuant to law to any interested or affected party to appear in said Court and to file objections to such name change. Objections must be filed with the said Court within 30 days of the filing of said Petition. This 11th day of April, Randall C. Sorenson Attorney for Petitioners Randall C. Sorenson P.O. Box 1536 Kingsland, GA / T 5/11, 5/18, 5/25, 6/01/2017 # gpn11 STATE OF GEORGIA COUNTY OF CAMDEN NOTICE OF SALE UNDER POWER Because of a default under the terms of the Security Deed executed by Zachary J. Blenkinsopp and Monica Blenkinsopp to Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. dated September 23, 2011, and recorded in Deed Book 1585, Page 31, Camden County Records, securing a Note in the original principal amount of $158,850.00, the holder thereof pursuant to said Deed and Note thereby secured has declared the entire amount of said indebtedness due and payable and, pursuant to the power of sale contained in said Deed, will on the first Tuesday, June 6, 2017, during the legal hours of sale, before the Courthouse door in said County, sell at public outcry to the highest bidder for cash, the property described in said Deed, to-wit: ALL THAT LOT, TRACT OR PARCEL OF LAND LYING AND BEING IN THE CITY OF KINGS- LAND, 1606TH G.M. DISTRICT, CAMDEN COUNTY, GEORGIA, MORE PARTICULARLY DE- SCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: ALL OF LOT 8 OF LAKEVINE SOUTH SUBDIVISION, AS MORE FULLY AND ACCURATELY SHOWN AND DESCRIBED ON THAT CERTAIN PLAT OF SUR- VEY BY ERNEST R. BENNETT, JR., GEORGIA REGISTERED LAND SURVEYOR NO. 2893, DATED JULY 28, 2003, RECORDED IN PLAT DRAWER 16, MAP NO. 4, PUBLIC LAND RECORDS OF CAMDEN COUNTY, GEORGIA. Said property is known as 115 Hydrangea Road, Kingsland, GA 31548, together with all fixtures and personal property attached to and constituting a part of said property, if any. Said property will be sold subject to any outstanding ad valorem taxes (including taxes which are a lien, whether or not now due and payable), the right of redemption of any taxing authority, any matters which might be disclosed by an accurate survey and inspection of the property, any assessments, liens, encumbrances, zoning ordinances, restrictions, covenants, and matters of record superior to the Security Deed first set out above. The proceeds of said sale will be applied to the payment of said indebtedness and all expenses of said sale as provided in said Deed, and the balance, if any, will be distributed as provided by law. The sale will be conducted subject (1) to confirmation that the sale is not prohibited under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code and (2) to final confirmation and audit of the status of the loan with the secured creditor. The property is or may be in the possession of Zachary J. Blenkinsopp; Monica Blenkinsopp, successor in interest or tenant(s). Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. as Attorney-in-Fact for Zachary J. Blenkinsopp File no SHAPIRO PENDERGAST & HASTY, LLP* Attorneys and Counselors at Law 211 Perimeter Center Parkway, N.E., Suite 300 Atlanta, GA /KLM shapiroandhasty.com *THE LAW FIRM IS ACTING AS A DEBT COLLECTOR. ANY IN- FORMATION OBTAINED WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE. 4T 5/11, 5/18, 5/25, 6/01/2017 # gpn11 NOTICE OF SALE UNDER POWER GEORGIA, CAMDEN COUNTY By virtue of the power of sale contained in the Security Deed, dated November 27, 2006, from Mack W. Bryson and Jane O. Bryson to ehealthscreen, LLC (Lender), recorded January 8, 2007, at Deed Book 1320, page 787, Camden County, Georgia, Superior Court records ("Security Deed"), given to secure a Promissory Note dated November 27, 2006, from Mack W. Bryson to ehealth- Screen, LLC, in the original principal amount of $557, (Note), and other indebtedness, there will be sold by the undersigned at public outcry, during the legal hours of sale before the Courthouse door of Camden County, Georgia, at Woodbine, Georgia, on the first Tuesday in June, 2017, to the highest and best bidder for cash, the following described property (Property): All that certain lot, tract or parcel of land in the 33rd District, G.M. Camden County, Georgia identified as 375 acres more or less according to a plat of survey prepared for Michael F. Jefferson and Sarah Tresemer dated December 5, 2000, prepared by Johnson Land Surveyors, Charles L. Johnson, Georgia Registered Land Surveyor No. 2640, said property being more particularly described as follows: Beginning at a point which lies on the southern right of way line of Horse Stamp Church Road 100 foot right of way, said point also being the northwesterly corner of the property now or formerly owned by James W. Taylor (as shown at Plat Drawer A, Map No. 24 in the Office of the Clerk of Superior Court of Camden County, Georgia) said point being the point or place of beginning of the lands herein conveyed; thence proceeding South 12 degrees 09 minutes 34 seconds West for a distance of feet; thence proceeding South 85 degrees 05 minutes 49 seconds East for a distance of feet to a point; thence proceeding South 27 degrees 41 minutes 41 seconds West for a distance of feet to a point; thence proceeding South 85 degrees 05 minutes 49 seconds East for a distance of feet to a point; thence proceeding North 27 degrees 41 minutes 41 seconds East for a distance of feet to a point that lies at the beginning of a curve having a radius of feet, a length or cord of feet, a chord bearing of South 62 degrees 40 minutes 08 seconds East, a delta of 00 degrees 43 minutes 37 seconds and proceeding along the arc of the curve in a southeasterly direction for a distance of feet to a point; thence proceeding South 62 degrees 18 minutes 19 seconds East a distance of feet to a point; thence proceeding South 44 degrees 50 minutes 05 seconds West a distance of feet to a point; thence proceeding South 63 degrees 16 minutes 44 seconds East a distance of feet to a point; thence proceeding South 43 degrees 34 minutes 08 seconds West a distance of feet to a point; thence proceeding South 42 degrees 42 minutes 48 seconds West a distance of feet to a point, thence proceeding South 42 degrees 57 minutes 52 seconds West a distance of feet to a point; thence proceeding South 44 degrees 24 minutes 05 seconds West a distance of feet to a point; thence proceeding South 42 degrees 58 minutes 35 seconds West a distance of feet to a point; thence proceeding South 43 degrees 32 minutes 00 seconds West a distance of feet to the low water mark of Waverly Creek to a point which is designated as point A; thence returning along the previously described lines to the point of beginning. Thence North 67 degrees 37 minutes 28 seconds West for a distance of to a point at the beginning of a curve concave to the Northeast having a radius of , a chord of 97.77, a bearing of South 66 degrees 16 minutes 29 minutes East a delta of 02 degrees 41 minutes 59 seconds and proceeding in a northwesterly direction along the arc of the curve for a distance of feet to a point; thence proceeding South 45 degrees 12 minutes 40 seconds West for a distance of feet to a point; thence proceeding North 62 degrees 17 minutes 08 seconds West for a distance of feet to a point; thence proceeding South 29 degrees 00 minutes 00 seconds West for a distance of feet to a point; thence proceeding North 46 degrees 20 minutes 07 seconds West for a distance of feet to a point; thence proceeding North 46 degrees 32 minutes 04 seconds West for a distance of feet to a point; thence proceeding North 46 degrees 24 minutes 56 seconds West for a distance of feet to a point; thence proceeding North 46 degrees 29 minutes 59 seconds West for a distance of feet to a point; thence proceeding North 46 degrees 29 minutes 59 seconds West for a distance of feet to a point; thence proceeding South 15 degrees 11 minutes 25 seconds West for a distance of feet to a point; thence proceeding South 44 degrees 46 minutes 00 seconds West for a distance of 3,530 feet to a point; thence South 74 degrees 46 minutes, 00 seconds West for a distance of 145 feet more or less to a point on the low water mark of the Waverly Creek thence proceeding in a Southeasterly direction along the meanderings of the low water mark of the Waverly Creek to the point previously described as point A. SAID PLAT IS RECORDED IN PLAT DRAWER #17 MAP #27. LESS AND EXCEPT: That portion of the Quarterman Cemetary Road and that portion of the property to the East of the Quarterman Cemetary Road previously conveyed to William T. Ligon, Jr., and Kimberly Ligon by deed recorded at Deed Book 1009, Page 575 in the Office of the Clerk of Glynn (sic) Superior Court of Camden County, Georgia. The property herein conveyed is the same property conveyed by Michael Jefferson and Sarah Tresemer to Horsestamp, LLC by deed dated the 16th day of May, 2003 recorded at Deed Book 970 Page 609 in the Office of the Clerk of Superior Court of Camden County, Georgia. Save and Except that tract conveyed to William T. Ligon, Jr., and Kimberly L. Ligon by deed dated the 16th day of December, 2003 recorded at Deed Book 1009, page 575 in the Office of the Clerk of Superior Court of Camden County, Georgia. That portion of the property comprising Marshland is not conveyed with warranty of title. As well as other possible defaults, the debt secured by said Security Deed has matured and has not been paid. The debt remaining in default, the sale will be made for the purpose of applying proceeds thereof to the payment of the indebtedness secured by said Security Deed, accrued interest and expenses of the sale, including attorney's fees. To the best of the undersigned's knowledge and belief the Property is in the possession of Mack W. Bryson and Jane O. Bryson and said Property will be sold as their property, subject to any outstanding ad valorem taxes, assessments, and liens or interests superior to the Security Deed first set out above. The undersigned will execute a deed for the Property to the purchaser at said sale as provided in said Security Deed. The following information is being provided in accordance with OCGA ehealthscreen, LLC is the original creditor for this debt and has the authority to negotiate, amend, or modify the terms of the Security Deed. You may contact Anthony Campbell at PO Box 1979, Thomasville, GA 31799, or at ehealthscreen as Attorney in Fact for Mack W. Bryson and Jane O. Bryson THIS LAW FIRM IS ACTING AS A DEBT COLLECTOR AT- TEMPTING TO COLLECT A DEBT. ANY INFORMATION OB- TAINED WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE. Robert M. Cunningham HUNTER, MACLEAN, EXLEY & DUNN, P.C. 777 Gloucester Street, Suite 400 Brunswick, Georgia (912) T 5/11, 5/18, 5/25, 6/01/2017 # gpn11 STATE OF GEORGIA COUNTY of CAMDEN NOTICE OF SALE UNDER POWER By virtue of the power of sale contained in that certain Deed to Secure Debt from HENRI J. CARON to MORT- GAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRA- TION SYSTEMS, INC., AS NOMI- NEE FOR IRWIN MORTGAGE CORPORATION dated September 29, 2005, filed for record October 5, 2005, and recorded in Deed Book 1189, Page 625, CAMDEN County, Georgia Records, as last transferred to CITIMORT- GAGE, INC. by assignment recorded in Deed Book 1460, Page 306, CAMDEN County, Georgia Records. Said Deed to Secure Debt having been given to secure a Note dated September 29, 2005 in the original principal sum of ONE HUNDRED FORTY ONE THOU- SAND EIGHT HUNDRED EIGHTY SIX AND 0/100 DOLLARS ($141,886.00), with interest from date at the rate stated in said Note on the unpaid balance until paid, there will be sold by the undersigned at public outcry to the highest bidder for cash before the Courthouse door at CAMDEN County, Georgia, or at such place as has or may be lawfully designated as an alternative location, within the legal hours of sale on the first Tuesday in June, 2017, the following described property: ALL THAT LOT, TRACT OR PARCEL OF LAND LYING AND BEING IN THE CITY OF ST. MARYS, 29TH G.M. DISTRICT, CAMDEN COUNTY, GEORGIA, MORE PARTICULARLY DE- SCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: LOT 107 OF SHADOWLAWN SUBDIVISION-PHASE III, AS MORE FULLY AND ACCURATE- LY SHOWN AND DESCRIBED ON THAT CERTAIN PLAT OF SURVEY BY GEORGE P. UN- DERWOOD, JR., GEORGIA REGISTERED LAND SURVEYOR NO. 1927, DATED APRIL 24, 1990, AND RECORDED IN PLAT DRAWER 8, MAP NOS. 146, 147, AND 148, IN THE PUBLIC LAND RECORDS OF CAMDEN COUNTY, GEORGIA. To the best of the knowledge and belief of the undersigned, the party in possession of the property is HENRI J. CARON and SANDRA K. CARON or a tenant or tenants. Said property may more commonly be known as: 516 MOECKEL LN, SAINT MARYS, GA The debt secured by said Deed to Secure Debt has been and is hereby declared due because of, among other possible events of default, non-payment of the monthly installments on said loan. The debt remaining in default, this sale will be made for the purpose of paying the same and all expenses of this sale, including attorneys fees (notice of intent to collect attorneys fees having been given). The individual or entity that has full authority to negotiate, amend, and modify all terms of the loan is CITIMORTGAGE, INC., 1000 TECHNOLOGY DRIVE, O'FALLON, MO ; (866) Said property will be sold subject to any outstanding ad valorem taxes (including taxes which are a lien, whether or not now due and payable), the right of redemption of any taxing authority, any matters which might be disclosed by an accurate survey and inspection of the property, any assessments, liens, encumbrances, zoning ordinances, restrictions, covenants, and matters of record superior to the Security Deed first set out above. The sale will be conducted subject (1) to confirmation that the sale is not prohibited under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code and (2) to final confirmation and audit of the status of the loan with the holder of the Security Deed. Pursuant to O.C.G.A. Section , which allows for certain procedures regarding the rescission of judicial and nonjudicial sales in the State of Georgia, the Deed Under Power and other foreclosure documents may not be provided until final confirmation and audit of the status of the loan as provided in the preceding paragraph. CITIMORTGAGE, INC. As Attorney-in-Fact for HENRI J. CARON Phelan Hallinan Diamond & Jones, PLLC Great Oaks Way, Suite 375 Alpharetta, GA Telephone: Fax: PH # This law firm is acting as a debt collector. Any information obtained will be used for that purpose. 4T 5/11, 5/18, 5/25, 6/01/2017 # gpn11 NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE UNDER POWER CAMDEN COUNTY, GEORGIA THIS IS AN ATTEMPT TO COLLECT A DEBT. ANY INFOR- MATION OBTAINED WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE. Under and by virtue of the Power of Sale contained in a Security Deed given by Phillip A. Cooper a/k/a Phillip Andrew Cooper and Kansas J. Cooper to Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc., as nominee for Pacific Union Financial, LLC, dated December 30, 2014, and recorded in Deed Book 1741, Page 00854, Camden County, Georgia Records, as last transferred to Pacific Union Financial, LLC by assignment recorded on December 20, 2016 in Book 1839 Page 669 in the Office of the Clerk of Superior Court of Camden County, Georgia Records, conveying the after-described property to secure a Note in the original principal amount of One Hundred Twenty Thousand Four Hundred Ninety-Nine and 0/100 dollars ($120,499.00), with interest thereon as set forth therein, there will be sold at public outcry to the highest bidder for cash before the courthouse door of Camden County, Georgia, within the legal hours of sale on June 6, 2017, the following described property: All that lot, tract or parcel of land situate, lying and being in the City of Kingsland, 1606th G.M. District, Camden County, Georgia, being more particularly described as follows: ALL OF LOT 4 OF LAKESIDE SUBDIVISION - PHASE ONE - SECTION C, as more fully and accurately shown and described on that certain plat of survey by Park D. Privett, Jr., Georgia Registered Land Surveyor No. 2218, dated March 5, 1994, recorded in Plat Drawer 9, Map 218, Camden County, Georgia, records. Also known as 126 Lakeside Drive, Kingsland, GA Parcel # 107I004 The debt secured by said Security Deed has been and is hereby declared due be-

20 10B Tribune & Georgian Thursday, May 25, 2017 LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS CONTINUED ON 11B cause of, among other possible events of default, failure to pay the indebtedness as and when due and in the manner provided in the Note and Security Deed. The debt remaining in default, this sale will be made for the purpose of paying the same and all expenses of this sale, as provided in Security Deed and by law, including attorneys fees (notice of intent to collect attorneys fees having been given). The entity having full authority to negotiate, amend or modify all terms of the loan (although not required by law to do so) is: Pacific Union Financial, LLC they can be contacted at (866) for Loss Mitigation Dept, or by writing to 1603 LBJ Freeway, Suite 500, Farmers Branch, Texas 75234, to discuss possible alternatives to avoid foreclosure. Said property will be sold subject to any outstanding ad valorem taxes (including taxes which are a lien, but not yet due and payable), any matters which might be disclosed by an accurate survey and inspection of the property, any assessments, liens, encumbrances, zoning ordinances, restrictions, covenants, and matters of record superior to the Security Deed first set out above. To the best knowledge and belief of the undersigned, the party in possession of the property is Phillip Andrew Cooper and Kansas J. Cooper or tenant(s); and said property is more commonly known as 126 Lakeside Drive, Kingsland, GA The sale will be conducted subject to (1) confirmation that the sale is not prohibited under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code (2) final confirmation and audit of the status of the loan with the holder of the security deed and (3) any right of redemption or other lien not extinguished by foreclosure. Pacific Union Financial, LLC as Attorney in Fact for Phillip A. Cooper a/k/a Phillip Andrew Cooper and Kansas J. Cooper. Brock & Scott, PLLC 4360 Chamblee Dunwoody Road, Suite 310 Atlanta, GA B&S file no.: T 5/11, 5/18, 5/25, 6/01/2017 # gpn11 NOTICE OF SALE UNDER POWER CAMDEN COUNTY Pursuant to the Power of Sale contained in a Security Deed given by Erica R. Cote and Robert Cote aka Robert J. Cote to Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc., as nominee for USAA Federal Savings Bank dated 4/3/2009 and recorded in Deed Book 1470 Page 846 Camden County, Georgia records; as last transferred to or acquired by Ocwen Loan Servicing, LLC, conveying the after-described property to secure a Note in the original principal amount of $ 135,348.00, with interest at the rate specified therein, there will be sold by the undersigned at public outcry to the highest bidder for cash before the Courthouse door of Camden County, Georgia (or such other area as designated by Order of the Superior Court of said county), within the legal hours of sale on June 06, 2017 (being the first Tuesday of said month unless said date falls on a Federal Holiday, in which case being the first Wednesday of said month), the following described property: ALL THAT LOT, TRACT OR PARCEL OF LAND LYING, AND BEING IN THE CITY OF KINGS- LAND, 1606TH G.M. DISTRICT, CAMDEN COUNTY, GEORGIA, AS MORE PARTIC- ULARLY DESCRIBED AS FOL- LOWS: ALL OF LOT TWELVE (12), PHASE 4, SECTION A, BRIAR- WOOD SUBDIVISION, MARINER'S LANDING, AS MORE FULLY AND ACCURATE- LY SHOWN AND DESCRIBED ON THAT PLAT OF SURVEY BY PARK D. PRIVETT, JR., GEOR- GIA REGISTERED LAND SUR- VEYOR, NO. 2218, DATED JAN- UARY 26, 1989 AND RECORD- ED IN PLAT DRAWER 7, MAP NOS. 57, 58 AND 59, IN THE OFFICE OF THE CLERK OF SU- PERIOR COURT OF CAMDEN COUNTY, GEORGIA. The debt secured by said Security Deed has been and is hereby declared due because of, among other possible events of default, failure to pay the indebtedness as and when due and in the manner provided in the Note and Security Deed. The debt remaining in default, this sale will be made for the purpose of paying the same and all expenses of this sale, as provided in the Security Deed and by law, including attorneys fees (notice of intent to collect attorneys fees having been given). Said property is commonly known as 104 Woodridge Court, Kingsland, GA together with all fixtures and personal property attached to and constituting a part of said property, if any. To the best knowledge and belief of the undersigned, the party (or parties) in possession of the subject property is (are): Robert Cote aka Robert J. Cote or tenant or tenants. Ocwen Loan Servicing, LLC is the entity or individual designated who shall have full authority to negotiate, amend and modify all terms of the mortgage. Ocwen Loan Servicing, LLC Foreclosure Loss Mitigation 1661 Worthington Road Suite 100 West Palm Beach, FL Note, however, that such entity or individual is not required by law to negotiate, amend or modify the terms of the loan. Said property will be sold subject to: (a) any outstanding ad valorem taxes (including taxes which are a lien, but not yet due and payable), (b) unpaid water or sewage bills that constitute a lien against the property whether due and payable or not yet due and payable and which may not be of record, (c) the right of redemption of any taxing authority, (d) any matters which might be disclosed by an accurate survey and inspection of the property, and (e) any assessments, liens, encumbrances, zoning ordinances, restrictions, covenants, and matters of record superior to the Security Deed first set out above. The sale will be conducted subject to (1) confirmation that the sale is not prohibited under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code; and (2) final confirmation and audit of the status of the loan with the holder of the Security Deed. Pursuant to O.C.G.A. Section , which allows for certain procedures regarding the rescission of judicial and nonjudicial sales in the State of Georgia, the Deed Under Power and other foreclosure documents may not be provided until final confirmation and audit of the status of the loan as provided immediately above. Ocwen Loan Servicing, LLC as agent and Attorney in Fact for Erica R. Cote and Robert Cote aka Robert J. Cote Aldridge Pite, LLP, 15 Piedmont Center, 3575 Piedmont Road, N.E., Suite 500, Atlanta, Georgia 30305, (404) A THIS LAW FIRM MAY BE ACTING AS A DEBT COLLEC- TOR ATTEMPTING TO COLLECT A DEBT. ANY INFORMATION OBTAINED WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE A 4T 5/11, 5/18, 5/25, 6/01/2017 # gpn11 STATE OF GEORIGA COUNTY OF CAMDEN NOTICE OF SALE UNDER POWER Because of a default under the terms of the Security Deed executed by Erika H. Dargan and Anthony Dargan to Navy Federal Credit Union dated November 1, 2007, and recorded in Deed Book 1393, Page 54, Camden County Records, securing a Note in the original principal amount of $304,898.00, the holder thereof pursuant to said Deed and Note thereby secured has declared the entire amount of said indebtedness due and payable and, pursuant to the power of sale contained in said Deed, will on the first Tuesday, June 6, 2017, during the legal hours of sale, before the Courthouse door in said County, sell at public outcry to the highest bidder for cash, the property described in said Deed, towit: All that lot, tract, or parcel of land lying and being in the City of St. Marys, 29th G.M. District, Camden County, Georgia, more particularly described as follows: All of Lot 252 of Winding River - Phase 1 Replat No. 1 Subdivision, as more fully and accurately shown and described on that certain plat of survey by Ernest R. Bennett, Jr., Georgia Registered Land Surveyor No. 2893, dated November 20, 2006, recorded in Plat Drawer 21, Map Nos , inclusive, Camden County, Georgia, records. Said property is known as 233 Edgewater Drive, Saint Marys, GA 31558, together with all fixtures and personal property attached to and constituting a part of said property, if any. Said property will be sold subject to any outstanding ad valorem taxes (including taxes which are a lien, whether or not now due and payable), the right of redemption of any taxing authority, any matters which might be disclosed by an accurate survey and inspection of the property, any assessments, liens, encumbrances, zoning ordinances, restrictions, covenants, and matters of record superior to the Security Deed first set out above. The proceeds of said sale will be applied to the payment of said indebtedness and all expenses of said sale as provided in said Deed, and the balance, if any, will be distributed as provided by law. The sale will be conducted subject (1) to confirmation that the sale is not prohibited under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code and (2) to final confirmation and audit of the status of the loan with the secured creditor. The property is or may be in the possession of Erika H. Dargan and Anthony Dargan, successor in interest or tenant(s). Navy Federal Credit Union as Attorney-in-Fact for Erika H. Dargan and Anthony Dargan File no SHAPIRO PENDERGAST & HASTY, LLP* Attorneys and Counselors at Law 211 Perimeter Center Parkway, N.E., Suite 300 Atlanta, GA /CH shapiroandhasty.com *THE LAW FIRM IS ACTING AS A DEBT COLLECTOR. ANY INFORMATION OBTAINED WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE. 4T 5/11, 5/18, 5/25, 6/01/2017 # gpn11 NOTICE OF SALE UNDER POWER Under and by virtue of the Power of Sale contained in a Security Deed from JOSEPH DAVIS and MONICA R. DAVIS to Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc., as nominee for Mortgage Investors Corporation, its successors and assigns, dated June 9, 2010, and recorded on July 7, 2010, in Book 1529, Page 650, of the Camden County, Georgia Records, as last assigned to PLANET HOME LENDING, LLC (Secured Creditor); conveying the after-described property to secure a Note in the original principal amount of $132, with interest thereon as set forth therein, there will be sold at public outcry to the highest bidder for cash before the courthouse door of Camden County, Georgia, within the legal hours of sale on the first TUESDAY in JUNE, 2017, the following described property: All that lot, tract, or parcel of land lying and being in the City of Kingsland, 1606th G.M. District, Camden County, Georgia, more particularly described as follows: All of Lot 54 of Greenacres Phase 1 Subdivision, as more fully and accurately shown and described on that certain plat of survey by Strickland and Associates, dated August 5, 1994, recorded in Plat Drawer 10, Map No. 270, Camden County, Georgia Records. The indebtedness secured by said Security Deed has been and is hereby declared due and payable because of, among other possible events of default, non-payment of the monthly installments as required by said Note and Security Deed. The debt remaining in default, this sale will be made for the purpose of paying the same and all expenses of this sale, as provided in the Security Deed and by law, including attorney's fees (notice of intent to collect attorneys fees having been given) and all other payments provided for under the terms of the Security Deed and Note. Said property will be sold subject to any outstanding ad valorem taxes (including taxes which are a lien, but not yet due and payable), any matters which might be disclosed by an accurate survey and inspection of the property, any assessments, liens, encumbrances, zoning ordinances, restrictions, covenants, and matters of record superior to the Security Deed first set out above. The sale will be conducted subject (1) to confirmation that the sale is not prohibited under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code and (2) to final confirmation and audit of the status of the loan with the holder of the security deed. Pursuant to O.C.G.A. Section , which allows for certain procedures regarding the rescission of judicial and non-judicial sales in the State of Georgia, the Deed Under Power and other foreclosure documents may not be provided until final confirmation and audit of the status of the loan as provided immediately above. The entity that has full authority to negotiate, amend, and modify all terms of the mortgage with the debtor is: PLANET HOME LENDING, LLC, 321 Research Parkway, Suite 303, Meriden, CT 06450, Please understand that the secured creditor is not required to negotiate, amend, or modify the terms of the mortgage instrument. To the best of the undersigned's knowledge and belief, said property is also known as 103 Greenacres Circle, Kingsland, GA 31548, and the party in possession of the property is/are JOSEPH DAVIS and MONICA R. DAVIS or a tenant or tenants of said property. PLANET HOME LENDING, LLC As Attorney-in-Fact for JOSEPH DAVIS and MONICA R. DAVIS SOLOMON / BAGGETT, LLC 3763 Rogers Bridge Road Duluth, GA (678) THE LAW FIRM IS ACTING AS A DEBT COLLECTOR AT- TEMPTING TO COLLECT A DEBT. ANY INFORMATION OB- TAINED WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE. 4T 5/11, 5/18, 5/25, 6/01/2017 # gpn11 NOTICE OF SALE UNDER POWER GEORGIA, CAMDEN COUNTY THIS IS AN ATTEMPT TO COLLECT A DEBT. ANY INFOR- MATION OBTAINED WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE. Under and by virtue of the Power of Sale contained in a Security Deed given by Patricia A. Enos and Allen J. Enos to Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc., as nominee for Nationstar Mortgage, LLC, DBA Greenlight Loans, its successors and assigns, dated August 24, 2015, recorded in Deed Book 1777, Page 00783, Camden County, Georgia Records, as last transferred to Nationstar Mortgage LLC by assignment recorded in Deed Book 1839, Page 487, Camden County, Georgia Records, conveying the afterdescribed property to secure a Note in the original principal amount of ONE HUNDRED FIFTY-SEVEN THOUSAND AND 0/100 DOLLARS ($157,000.00), with interest thereon as set forth therein, there will be sold at public outcry to the highest bidder for cash before the courthouse door of Camden County, Georgia, or at such place as may be lawfully designated as an alternative, within the legal hours of sale on the first Tuesday in June, 2017, the following described property: EXHIBIT A All that lot, tract or parcel of land lying and being in the City of Kingsland, 1606th G.M. District, Camden County, Georgia, more particularly described as follows: All of Lot 13A, Phase IIB, Laurel Lending Subdivision, as more fully and accurately shown and described on that certain plat of survey prepared by Park D. Privett, Georgia Registered Land Surveyor No. 2188, said plat being recorded in Plat Cabinet 4, File No. 22-D, Camden County, Georgia, records. The debt secured by said Security Deed has been and is hereby declared due because of, among other possible events of default, failure to pay the indebtedness as and when due and in the manner provided in the Note and Security Deed. The debt remaining in default, this sale will be made for the purpose of paying the same and all expenses of this sale, as provided in Security Deed and by law, including attorney's fees (notice of intent to collect attorney's fees having been given). Said property will be sold subject to any outstanding ad valorem taxes (including taxes which are a lien, but not yet due and payable), any matters which might be disclosed by an accurate survey and inspection of the property, any assessments, liens, encumbrances, zoning ordinances, restrictions, covenants, and matters of record superior to the Security Deed first set out above. Nationstar Mortgage LLC is the holder of the Security Deed to the property in accordance with OCGA The entity that has full authority to negotiate, amend, and modify all terms of the mortgage with the debtor is: Nationstar Mortgage, LLC, 8950 Cypress Waters Blvd, Coppell, TX x3705. To the best knowledge and belief of the undersigned, the party in possession of the property is Patricia A. Enos and Allen J. Enos or a tenant or tenants and said property is more commonly known as 153 Austin Ryan Drive, Kingsland, Georgia The sale will be conducted subject (1) to confirmation that the sale is not prohibited under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code and (2) to final confirmation and audit of the status of the loan with the holder of the security deed. Nationstar Mortgage LLC as Attorney in Fact for Patricia A. Enos and Allen J. Enos McCalla Raymer Leibert Pierce, LLC 1544 Old Alabama Road Roswell, Georgia MR/ttg 6/6/17 Our file no FT2 4T 5/11, 5/18, 5/25, 6/01/2017 # gpn11 NOTICE OF SALE UNDER POWER GEORGIA, CAMDEN COUNTY Under and by virtue of the Power of Sale contained in a Security Deed from XAVIER ESPINOSA to MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION SYSTEMS, INC. AS NOMINEE FOR MORTGAGE INVESTORS CORPORATION dated JAN- UARY 22, 2010, and recorded on FEBRUARY 5, 2010, in DEED BOOK 1512, PAGE 00291, of the CAMDEN County, Georgia Records; as last assigned to GREEN PLANET SERVICING, LLC N/K/A PLANET HOME LENDING, LLC, by Assignment dated JANUARY 10, 2013, and recorded on JANUARY 15, 2013, recorded at DEED BOOK 1648, PAGE 00714, aforesaid records; conveying the after-described property to secure a Note in the original principal amount of ONE HUNDRED FORTY SIX THOU- SAND, SIX HUNDRED FIFTY Dollars and 00/100 ($146,650.00) with interest thereon as set forth therein, there will be sold at public outcry to the highest bidder for cash before the courthouse door of CAMDEN County, Georgia, within the legal hours of sale on the first TUESDAY IN JUNE, 2017, the following described property: ALL THAT LOT, TRACT OR PARCEL OF LAND LYING AND BEING IN THE CITY OF ST. MARYS, 29TH G.M. DISTRICT, CAMDEN COUNTY, GEORGIA, MORE PARTICULARLY DE- SCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: ALL OF LOT ONE-HUN- DRED-NINE (109)- BLOCK C- PHASE 6B OF CROOKED RIVER PLANTATION SUBDIVISION, AS MORE FULLY AND ACCURATE- LY SHOWN AND DESCRIBED ON THAT CERTAIN PLAT OF SURVEY PARK D. PRIVETT, JR., GEORGIA REGISTERED LAND SURVEYOR NO. 2218, DATED AUGUST 15, 1988, RECORDED ON SEPTEMBER 19, 1988 IN PLAT DRAWER 6, MAP NO. 29, CAMDEN COUNTY, GEORGIA, PUBLIC LAND RECORDS. The indebtedness secured by said Security Deed has been and is hereby declared due and payable because of, among other possible events of default, non-payment of the monthly installments as required by said Note and Security Deed. The debt remaining in default, this sale will be made for the purpose of paying the same and all expenses of this sale, as provided in the Security Deed and by law, including attorney's fees (notice of intent to collect attorneys fees having been given) and all other payments provided for under the terms of the Security Deed and Note. Said property will be sold subject to any outstanding ad valorem taxes (including taxes which are a lien, but not yet due and payable), any matters which might be disclosed by an accurate survey and inspection of the property, any assessments, liens, encumbrances, zoning ordinances, restrictions, covenants, and matters of record superior to the Security Deed first set out above. The sale will be conducted subject (1) to confirmation that the sale is not prohibited under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code and (2) to final confirmation and audit of the status of the loan with the holder of the security deed. The entity that has full authority to negotiate, amend, and modify all terms of the mortgage with the debtor is: Planet Home Lending, LLC f/k/a Green Planet Servicing LLC, 321 Research Parkway, Suite 303, Meriden, CT 06450, (866) To the best of the undersigned's knowledge and belief, said property is also known as 109 Sunnyside Lane, Saint Marys, Georgia 31558, and the party in possession of the property is Xavier Espinosa or a tenant or tenants of said property. PLANET HOME LENDING, LLC F/K/A GREEN PLANET SERVIC- ING, LLC As Attorney-in-Fact for XAVIER ESPINOSA Kenney & Medina, P.C McGinnis Ferry Rd, Suite 100 Suwanee, Georgia (770) THE LAW FIRM IS ACTING AS A DEBT COLLECTOR AT- TEMPTING TO COLLECT A DEBT. ANY INFORMATION OB- TAINED WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE. 4T 5/11, 5/18, 5/25, 6/01/2017 # gpn11 NOTICE OF SALE UNDER POWER GEORGIA, CAMDEN COUNTY THIS IS AN ATTEMPT TO COLLECT A DEBT. ANY INFOR- MATION OBTAINED WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE. Under and by virtue of the Power of Sale contained in a Security Deed given by Robert Wayne Goodnow and Paula Kaye Goodnow to Navy Federal Credit Union, dated April 6, 2005, recorded in Deed Book 1132, Page 499, Camden County, Georgia Records, conveying the afterdescribed property to secure a Note in the original principal amount of ONE HUNDRED THIRTY THOUSAND AND 0/100 DOLLARS ($130,000.00), with interest thereon as set forth therein, there will be sold at public outcry to the highest bidder for cash before the courthouse door of Camden County, Georgia, or at such place as may be lawfully designated as an alternative, within the legal hours of sale on the first Tuesday in June, 2017, the following described property: EXHIBIT A All that lot, tract or parcel of land lying and being in the 29th G.M. District, Camden County, Georgia, more particularly described as follows: ALL of LOT 35, CYPRESS LAKE SUBDIVISION, PHASE II- SECTION ONE, as more fully and accurately shown and described on that certain plat of survey recorded in Plat Drawer 2, Map No. 48, in the public records of Camden County, Georgia. The debt secured by said Security Deed has been and is hereby declared due because of, among other possible events of default, failure to pay the indebtedness as and when due and in the manner provided in the Note and Security Deed. The debt remaining in default, this sale will be made for the purpose of paying the same and all expenses of this sale, as provided in Security Deed and by law, including attorney's fees (notice of intent to collect attorney's fees having been given). Said property will be sold subject to any outstanding ad valorem taxes (including taxes which are a lien, but not yet due and payable), any matters which might be disclosed by an accurate survey and inspection of the property, any assessments, liens, encumbrances, zoning ordinances, restrictions, covenants, and matters of record superior to the Security Deed first set out above. Navy Federal Credit Union is the holder of the Security Deed to the property in accordance with OCGA The entity that has full authority to negotiate, amend, and modify all terms of the mortgage with the debtor is: Navy Federal Credit Union, 620 Follin Lane, Vienna, VA (800) To the best knowledge and belief of the undersigned, the party in possession of the property is Robert Wayne Goodnow and Paula Kaye Goodnow or a tenant or tenants and said property is more commonly known as 95 Quail Run, St. Marys, Georgia The sale will be conducted subject (1) to confirmation that the sale is not prohibited under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code and (2) to final confirmation and audit of the status of the loan with the holder of the security deed. Navy Federal Credit Union as Attorney in Fact for Robert Wayne Goodnow and Paula Kaye Goodnow McCalla Raymer Leibert Pierce, LLC 1544 Old Alabama Road Roswell, Georgia MR/kmp2 6/6/17 Our file no FT8 4T 5/11, 5/18, 5/25, 6/01/2017 # gpn11 NOTICE OF SALE UNDER POWER GEORGIA, CAMDEN COUNTY THIS IS AN ATTEMPT TO COLLECT A DEBT. ANY INFOR- MATION OBTAINED WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE. Under and by virtue of the Power of Sale contained in a Security Deed given by Willie L. Jones to Washington Mutual Bank, FA, dated April 15, 2004, recorded in Deed Book 1040, Page 155, Camden County, Georgia Records, as last transferred to JPMorgan Chase Bank, National Association by assignment recorded in Deed Book 1638, Page 637, Camden County, Georgia Records, conveying the after-described property to secure a Note in the original principal amount of SEVENTY- SEVEN THOUSAND FIVE HUN- DRED TWENTY AND 0/100 DOLLARS ($77,520.00), with interest thereon as set forth therein, there will be sold at public outcry to the highest bidder for cash before the courthouse door of Camden County, Georgia, or at such place as may be lawfully designated as an alternative, within the legal hours of sale on the first Tuesday in June, 2017, the following described property: EXHIBIT A All that lot, tract or parcel of land lying and being in the 29th G.M. District, Camden County, Georgia, more particularly described as follows: ALL OF LOT 16 OF MISSION TRACE SUBDIVISION, PHASE III, as more fully and accurately shown and described on that certain plat of survey recorded in Plat Drawer 16, Map No. 3 of the public records of Camden County, Georgia. The debt secured by said Security Deed has been and is hereby declared due because of, among other possible events of default, failure to pay the indebtedness as and when due and in the manner provided in the Note and Security Deed. The debt remaining in default, this sale will be made for the purpose of paying the same and all expenses of this sale, as provided in Security Deed and by law, including attorney's fees (notice of intent to collect attorney's fees having been given). Said property will be sold subject to any outstanding ad valorem taxes (including taxes which are a lien, but not yet due and payable), any matters which might be disclosed by an accurate survey and inspection of the property, any assessments, liens, encumbrances, zoning ordinances, restrictions, covenants, and matters of record superior to the Security Deed first set out above. JPMorgan Chase Bank, National Association is the holder of the Security Deed to the property in accordance with OCGA The entity that has full authority to negotiate, amend, and modify all terms of the mortgage with the debtor is: JPMorgan Chase Bank, National Association, 3415 Vision Drive, Columbus, OH To the best knowledge and belief of the undersigned, the party in possession of the property is Willie L. Jones or a tenant or tenants and said property is more commonly known as 76 Julian Place, St Marys, Georgia The sale will be conducted subject (1) to confirmation that the sale is not prohibited under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code and (2) to final confirmation and audit of the status of the loan with the holder of the security deed. JPMorgan Chase Bank, National Association as Attorney in Fact for Willie L. Jones McCalla Raymer Leibert Pierce, LLC 1544 Old Alabama Road Roswell, Georgia MR/mtj 6/6/17 Our file no FT3 4T 5/11, 5/18, 5/25, 6/01/2017 # gpn11 NOTICE OF SALE UNDER POWER Under and by virtue of the Power of Sale contained in a Security Deed from MICHAEL D. MCLIMANS to Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc. as nominee for Mortgage Investors Corporation, dated October 14, 2011, and recorded on October 21, 2011, in DEED BOOK 1586, PAGE 348, of the Camden County, Georgia Records, as last assigned to PLANET HOME LENDING, LLC (Secured Creditor), conveying the after-described property to secure a Note in the original principal amount of ONE HUNDRED EIGHTY THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED SEVEN Dollars and 00/100 ($180,807.00) with interest thereon as set forth therein, there will be sold at public outcry to the highest bidder for cash before the courthouse door of Camden County, Georgia, within the legal hours of sale on the first TUESDAY in JUNE, 2017, the following described property: THE LAND REFERRED TO HEREIN BELOW IS ISTUED IN THE COUNTY OF CAMDEN, STATE OF GA, AND IS DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: All that lot, tract or parcel of land lying and being the City of St. Marys, 29th G.M. District, Camden County, Georgia, more particularly described as follows: ALL OF LOT 37, SUGARMILL PLANTA- TION SUBDIVISION, PHASE I, as more fully and accurately shown and described on that certain plat of survey recorded in Plat Drawer 11, Map No. 48, Camden County, Georgia, records. Parcel Number: 134L 037 The indebtedness secured by said Security Deed has been and is hereby declared due and payable because of, among other possible events of default, non-payment of the monthly installments as required by said Note and Security Deed. The debt remaining in default, this sale will be made for the purpose of paying the same and all expenses of this sale, as provided in the Security Deed and by law, including attorney's fees (notice of intent to collect attorneys fees having been given) and all other payments provided for under the terms of the Security Deed and Note. Said property will be sold subject to any outstanding ad valorem taxes (including taxes which are a lien, but not yet due and payable), any matters which might be disclosed by an accurate survey and inspection of the property, any assessments, liens, encumbrances, zoning ordinances, restrictions, covenants, and matters of record superior to the Security Deed first set out above. The sale will be conducted subject (1) to confirmation that the sale is not prohibited under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code and (2) to final confirmation and audit of the status of the loan with the holder of the Security Deed. The entity that has full authority to negotiate, amend, and modify all terms of the mortgage with the debtor is: Planet Home Lending, LLC, 321 Research Parkway, Suite 303, Meriden, CT 06450, Please understand that the secured creditor is not required to negotiate, amend, or modify the terms of the mortgage instrument. To the best of the undersigned's knowledge and belief, said property is also known as 20 Terra Court, Saint Marys, Georgia 31558, and the party in possession of the property is Michael D. McLimans or a tenant or tenants of said property. PLANET HOME LENDING, LLC As Attorney-in-Fact for MICHAEL D. MCLIMANS SOLOMON / BAGGETT, LLC 3763 Rogers Bridge Road Duluth, Georgia (678) THE LAW FIRM IS ACTING AS A DEBT COLLECTOR AT- TEMPTING TO COLLECT A DEBT. ANY INFORMATION OB- TAINED WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE. 4T 5/11, 5/18, 5/25, 6/01/2017 # gpn11 NOTICE OF SALE UNDER POWER CAMDEN COUNTY Pursuant to the Power of Sale contained in a Security Deed given by Daniel E Nalley a/k/a Daniel Nalley Jr and Hollie Nalley to Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc. as nominee for Primary Capital Advisors LC dated 8/16/2010 and recorded in Deed Book 1535 Page 697 Camden County, Georgia records; as last transferred to or acquired by Wells Fargo Bank, NA, conveying the after-described property to secure a Note in the original principal amount of $ 153,225.00, with interest at the rate specified therein, there will be sold by the undersigned at public outcry to the highest bidder for cash before the Courthouse door of Camden County, Georgia (or such other area as designated by Order of the Superior Court of said county), within the legal hours of sale on June 06, 2017 (being the first Tuesday of said month unless said date falls on a Federal Holiday, in which case being the first Wednesday of said month), the following described property: All that lot, tract or parcel of land lying and being in the City of St. Marys, 29th G.M. District, Camden County, Georgia, more particularly described as follows: ALL OF LOT FOUR (4), CROOKED RIVER PLANTATION SUBDIVISION, SECTION ONE, PHASE 2-A, as more fully and accurately shown and described on that certain plat of survey by Park D Privett, Jr, Georgia Registered Surveyor No. 2218, dated January 16, 1987 and recorded in Plat Drawer 5, Folio 141, in the public records of Camden County, Georgia. The debt secured by said Security Deed has been and is hereby declared due because of, among other possible events of default, failure to pay the indebtedness as and when due and in the manner provided in the Note and Security Deed. The debt remaining in default, this sale will be made for the purpose of paying the same and all expenses of this sale, as provided in the Security Deed and by law, including attorneys fees (notice of intent to collect attorneys fees having been given). Said property is commonly known as 107 Plantation Court, Saint Marys, GA together with all fixtures and personal property attached to and constituting a part of said property, if any. To the best knowledge and belief of the undersigned, the party (or parties) in possession of the subject property is (are): Daniel E Nalley a/k/a Daniel Nalley Jr and Hollie Nalley or tenant or tenants. Wells Fargo Bank, NA is the entity or individual designated who shall have full authority to negotiate, amend and modify all terms of the mortgage. Wells Fargo Bank, NA Loss Mitigation 3476 Stateview Boulevard Fort Mill, SC Note, however, that such entity or individual is not required by law to negotiate, amend or modify the terms of the loan. Said property will be sold subject to: (a) any outstanding ad valorem taxes (including taxes which are a lien, but not yet due and payable), (b) unpaid water or sewage bills that constitute a lien against the property whether due and payable or not yet due and payable and which may not be of record, (c) the right of redemption of any taxing authority, (d) any matters which might be disclosed by an accurate survey and inspection of the property, and (e) any assessments, liens, encumbrances, zoning ordinances, restrictions, covenants, and matters of record superior to the Security Deed first set out above. The sale will be conducted subject to (1) confirmation that the sale is not prohibited under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code; and (2) final confirmation and audit of the status of the loan with the holder of the Security Deed. Pursuant to O.C.G.A. Section , which allows for certain procedures regarding the rescission of judicial and nonjudicial sales in the State of Georgia, the Deed Under Power and other foreclosure documents may not be provided until final confirmation and audit of the status of the loan as provided immediately above. Wells Fargo Bank, NA as agent and Attorney in Fact for Daniel E Nalley a/k/a Daniel Nalley Jr and Hollie Nalley Aldridge Pite, LLP, 15 Piedmont Center, 3575 Piedmont Road, N.E., Suite 500, Atlanta, Georgia 30305, (404) A THIS LAW FIRM MAY BE ACTING AS A DEBT COLLEC- TOR ATTEMPTING TO COLLECT A DEBT. ANY INFORMATION OBTAINED WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE A 4T 5/11, 5/18, 5/25, 6/01/2017 # gpn11 NOTICE OF SALE UNDER POWER CONTAINED IN SECURITY DEED STATE OF GEORGIA, COUNTY OF Camden Pursuant to a power of sale contained in a certain security deed executed by Sedrick Lee Nixon, hereinafter referred to as Grantor, to Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc., as nominee for Synovus Mortgage Corp. recorded in Deed Book 936, beginning at page 230 and modified at Deed Book 1732, page 4, and modified at Deed Book 1819, page 471, of the deed records of the Clerk of the Superior Court of the aforesaid state and county, and by virtue of a default under the terms of said security deed, and the related note, the undersigned attorney-in-fact for the aforesaid Grantor (which attorney-infact is the present holder of said security deed and note secured thereby) will sell at the usual place of conducting Sheriff's sales in said county within the legal hours of sale, to the highest bidder on the first Tuesday in June 2017, all property described in said security deed including but not limited to the following described property: All that lot, tract or parcel of land situate lying and being in the City of St. Marys, 29th G.M. District, Camden County, Georgia, being more particularly described as follows: All of Lot 313 of Gatehouse Square, Crooked River Plantation Subdivision, as more fully and accurately shown and described on that certain plat of survey prepared by Park D. Privett, Jr., Georgia Registered Land Surveyor No. 2218, dated October 11, 1988 and recorded on December 2, 1988 in Plat Drawer 6, Map No. 44, of the public records of Camden County, Georgia. Said legal description being controlling, however, the Property is more commonly known as: 145 Dogwood Circle, Saint Marys, GA Said property will be sold on an as-is basis without any representation, warranty or recourse against the abovenamed or the undersigned. The sale will be subject to the following items which may affect the title: any outstanding ad valorem taxes (including taxes which are a lien but not yet due and payable); any matters which might be disclosed by an accurate survey and inspection of the property; any assessments, liens, encumbrances, zoning ordinances, restrictions, and all other matters of record superior to the said Security Deed. The sale will be conducted subject (1) to confirmation that the sale is not prohibited under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code and (2) to final confirmation and audit of the status of the loan with the holder of the Security Deed. MidFirst Bank, through its division Midland Mortgage is the entity with authority to negotiate, amend and modify the terms of the Note and Security Deed. MidFirst Bank, through its division Midland Mortgages address is 999 N.W. Grand Blvd., Oklahoma City, OK MidFirst Bank, through its division Midland Mortgage may be contacted by telephone at To the best of the undersigned's knowledge and belief, the party in possession of the property is believed to be Sedrick Lee Nixon aka Sedrick Nixon, or tenant(s). MidFirst Bank, as Transferee, Assignee, and Secured Creditor As attorney-in-fact for the aforesaid Grantor Campbell & Brannon, LLC Attorneys at Law Glenridge Highlands II 5565 Glenridge Connector, Suite 350 Atlanta, GA (770) THIS LAW FIRM MAY BE HELD TO BE ACTING AS A DEBT COLLECTOR, UNDER FEDERAL LAW. IF SO, ANY INFORMA- TION OBTAINED WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE. 6T 4/27, 5/03, 5/11, 5/18, 5/25, 6/01/2017 # gpn11 NOTICE OF SALE UNDER POWER STATE OF GEORGIA, CAMDEN COUNTY THIS LAW FIRM IS ACTING AS A DEBT COLLECTOR AT- TEMPTING TO COLLECT A DEBT. ANY INFORMATION OB- TAINED WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE. Under and by virtue of the Power of Sale contained in a Security Deed given by Darryl Scott Ose, to Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc. solely as nominee for HomeBridge Financial Services, Inc., dated July 31, 2015, recorded in Deed Book 1768, Page 833, Camden County, Georgia Records, last assigned to HomeBridge Financial Services, Inc. conveying the after-described property to secure a Note in the original principal amount of FOUR HUNDRED EIGHT THOU- SAND THIRTY-FIVE and 00/100 DOLLARS ($408,035.00), with interest thereon as set forth therein, there will be sold at public outcry to the highest bidder for cash before the courthouse door of Camden County, Georgia, within the legal hours of sale on Tuesday, June 6, 2017, (being the first Tuesday of said month unless said date falls on a Federal Holiday, in which case being the first Wednesday of said month) the following described property: ALL THAT LOT, TRACT OR PARCEL OF LAND LYING AND BEING IN THE 1606TH G.M. DIS- TRICT, CAMDEN COUNTY, GEORGIA, MORE PARTICU- LARLY DESCRIBED AS FOL- LOWS: LOTS 3 AND 13 OF WEST E. L. KERRY, SR., SUBDIVI- SION, AS MORE FULLY AND ACCURATELY SHOWN AND DESCRIBED ON THAT CERTAIN PLAT OF SURVEY RECORDED IN PLAT DRAWER NO. 7, MAP NO. 66, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF CAMDEN COUNTY, GEORGIA. SUBJECT TO A COVENANT RUNNING WITH SUBJECT PROPERTY THAT NO MOBILE HOME SHALL BE PLACED ON SUBJECT PROPER- TY. The debt secured by said Security Deed has been and is hereby declared due because of, among other possible events of default, failure to pay the indebtedness as and when due and in the manner provided in the Note and Security Deed. The debt remaining in default, this sale will be made for the purpose of paying the same and all expenses of this sale, as provided in Security Deed and by law, including attorneys fees (notice of intent to collect attorneys fees having been given). Said property will be sold subject to: (a) any outstanding ad valorem taxes (including taxes which are a lien, but not yet due and payable), (b) unpaid water or sewage bills that constitute a lien against the property whether due and payable or not yet due and payable and which may not be of record, (c) the right of redemption of any taxing authority, (d) any matters which might be disclosed by an accurate survey and inspection of the property, and (e) any assessments, liens, encumbrances, zoning ordinances, restrictions, covenants, and matters of record superior to the Security Deed first set out above. To the best knowledge and belief of the undersigned, the party in possession of the property is Darryl Scott Ose and Jada M Ose or a tenant or tenants and said property is more commonly known as 74 Kayla St. Kingsland, GA The entity that has full authority to negotiate, amend, and modify all terms of the mortgage with the debtor is: HomeBridge Financial Services, Inc., 112 Townpark Drive, Suite 300, Kennesaw, GA AND Note, however, that such entity or individual is not required by law to negotiate, amend or modify the terms of the loan. The sale will be conducted subject (1) to confirmation that the sale is not prohibited under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code and (2) to final confirmation and audit of the status of the loan with the holder of the security deed. Pursuant to O.C.G.A. Section , which allows for certain procedures regarding the rescission of judicial and nonjudicial sales in the State of Georgia, the Deed Under Power and other foreclosure documents may not be provided until final confirmation and audit of the status of the loan as provided immediately above. HomeBridge Financial Services, Inc., as Attorney in Fact for Darryl Scott Ose Marinosci Law Group, PC 200 Glenridge Point Pkwy, Ste 475 Atlanta, Georgia (972) T 5/11, 5/18, 5/25, 6/01/2017 # gpn11 NOTICE OF SALE UNDER POWER STATE OF GEORGIA, CAMDEN COUNTY THIS LAW FIRM IS ACTING AS A DEBT COLLECTOR AT- TEMPTING TO COLLECT A DEBT. ANY INFORMATION OB- TAINED WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE. Under and by virtue of the Power of Sale contained in a Security Deed given by Dylan C. Schaefer, to Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc. solely as nominee for HomeBridge Financial Services, Inc. dated March 27, 2014, recorded in Deed Book 1708, Page 711, Camden County, Georgia Records, last assigned to HomeBridge Financial Services, Inc. by virtue of Assignment of Security Deed, recorded in Deed Book 1749, Page 759, Camden County, Georgia Records, conveying the afterdescribed property to secure a Note in the original principal amount of ONE HUNDRED THIRTY TWO THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED FIFTY-FOUR and 00/100 DOLLARS ($132,554.00), with interest thereon as set forth therein, there will be sold at public outcry to the highest bidder for cash before the courthouse door of Camden County, Georgia, within the

21 Thursday, May 25, 2017 Tribune & Georgian 11B LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS legal hours of sale on Tuesday, June 6, 2017, (being the first Tuesday of said month unless said date falls on a Federal Holiday, in which case being the first Wednesday of said month) the following described property: ALL THAT LOT, TRACT OR PARCEL OR LAND LYING AND BEING IN THE 1606TH G.M. DIS- TRICT, CAMDEN COUNTY, GEORGIA, MORE PARTICU- LARLY DESCRIBED AS FOL- LOWS: ALL OF LOT 18 OF WOODLAND TRAIL SUBDIVI- SION, PHASE II, AS MORE FUL- LY AND ACCURATELY SHOWN AND DESCRIBED ON THAT CERTAIN PLAT OF SURVEY BY BEN BRANDON, JR., GEORGIA REGISTERED LAND SURVEYOR NO. 2053, RECORDED IN PLAT DRAWER 9, MAP NO. 213, CAMDEN COUNTY, GEORGIA, RECORDS. The debt secured by said Security Deed has been and is hereby declared due because of, among other possible events of default, failure to pay the indebtedness as and when due and in the manner provided in the Note and Security Deed. The debt remaining in default, this sale will be made for the purpose of paying the same and all expenses of this sale, as provided in Security Deed and by law, including attorneys fees (notice of intent to collect attorneys fees having been given). Said property will be sold subject to: (a) any outstanding ad valorem taxes (including taxes which are a lien, but not yet due and payable), (b) unpaid water or sewage bills that constitute a lien against the property whether due and payable or not yet due and payable and which may not be of record, (c) the right of redemption of any taxing authority, (d) any matters which might be disclosed by an accurate survey and inspection of the property, and (e) any assessments, liens, encumbrances, zoning ordinances, restrictions, covenants, and matters of record superior to the Security Deed first set out above. To the best knowledge and belief of the undersigned, the party in possession of the property is Dylan C. Schaefer or a tenant or tenants and said property is more commonly known as 2470 Colerain Road, Kingsland, GA The entity that has full authority to negotiate, amend, and modify all terms of the mortgage with the debtor is: HomeBridge Financial Services, Inc., 112 Townpark Drive, Suite 300, Kennesaw, GA AND Note, however, that such entity or individual is not required by law to negotiate, amend or modify the terms of the loan. The sale will be conducted subject (1) to confirmation that the sale is not prohibited under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code and (2) to final confirmation and audit of the status of the loan with the holder of the security deed. Pursuant to O.C.G.A. Section , which allows for certain procedures regarding the rescission of judicial and nonjudicial sales in the State of Georgia, the Deed Under Power and other foreclosure documents may not be provided until final confirmation and audit of the status of the loan as provided immediately above. HomeBridge Financial Services, Inc., as Attorney in Fact for Dylan C. Schaefer Marinosci Law Group, PC 200 Glenridge Point Pkwy, Ste 475 Atlanta, Georgia (972) T 5/11, 5/18, 5/25, 6/01/2017 # gpn11 NOTICE OF SALE UNDER POWER GEORGIA, CAMDEN COUNTY THIS IS AN ATTEMPT TO COLLECT A DEBT. ANY INFOR- MATION OBTAINED WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE. Under and by virtue of the Power of Sale contained in a Security Deed given by Matthew E. Sipos to Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc. as nominee for Quicken Loans Inc., its successors and assigns, dated April 21, 2006, recorded in Deed Book 1248, Page 033, Camden County, Georgia Records, as last transferred to U.S. Bank National Association, as Trustee, successor in interest to Bank of America, National Association, as Trustee, successor by merger to LaSalle Bank National Association, as Trustee for Morgan Stanley Mortgage Loan Trust by assignment recorded in Deed Book 1635, Page 438, Camden County, Georgia Records, conveying the after-described property to secure a Note in the original principal amount of TWO HUNDRED SEVENTY-FIVE THOU- SAND SIX HUNDRED AND 0/100 DOLLARS ($275,600.00), with interest thereon as set forth therein, there will be sold at public outcry to the highest bidder for cash before the courthouse door of Camden County, Georgia, or at such place as may be lawfully designated as an alternative, within the legal hours of sale on the first Tuesday in June, 2017, the following described property: SEE EXHIBIT A ATTACHED HERETO AND MADE A PART HEREOF The debt secured by said Security Deed has been and is hereby declared due because of, among other possible events of default, failure to pay the indebtedness as and when due and in the manner provided in the Note and Security Deed. The debt remaining in default, this sale will be made for the purpose of paying the same and all expenses of this sale, as provided in Security Deed and by law, including attorney's fees (notice of intent to collect attorney's fees having been given). Said property will be sold subject to any outstanding ad valorem taxes (including taxes which are a lien, but not yet due and payable), any matters which might be disclosed by an accurate survey and inspection of the property, any assessments, liens, encumbrances, zoning ordinances, restrictions, covenants, and matters of record superior to the Security Deed first set out above. Morgan Stanley Mortgage Loan Trust , U.S. Bank National Association, as Trustee, successor in interest to Bank of America, National Association, as Trustee, successor by merger to LaSalle Bank National Association, as Trustee is the holder of the Security Deed to the property in accordance with OCGA The entity that has full authority to negotiate, amend, and modify all terms of the mortgage with the debtor is: Specialized Loan Servicing, 8742 Lucent Blvd STE 300, Highlands Ranch, CO To the best knowledge and belief of the undersigned, the party in possession of the property is Matthew E. Sipos or a tenant or tenants and said property is more commonly known as 200 Carrington Way, Kingsland, Georgia The sale will be conducted subject (1) to confirmation that the sale is not prohibited under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code and (2) to final confirmation and audit of the status of the loan with the holder of the security deed. Morgan Stanley Mortgage Loan Trust , U.S. Bank National Association, as Trustee, successor in interest to Bank of America, National Association, as Trustee, successor by merger to LaSalle Bank National Association, as Trustee as Attorney in Fact for Matthew E. Sipos McCalla Raymer Leibert Pierce, LLC 1544 Old Alabama Road Roswell, Georgia EXHIBIT A Tax ID Number: 120C-034 Land situated in the County of Camden in the State of GA Known as Lot 34, Christian's Landing Subdivision and shown by plat of record in Plat Book 12, Maps 65 through 68, Office of the Clerk of Superior Court, Camden County, Georgia. Said plat is incorporated herein by reference for a more complete description. Commonly known as: 200 Carrington Way, Kingsland, GA MR/kmp2 6/6/17 Our file no FT1 4T 5/11, 5/18, 5/25, 6/01/2017 # gpn11 NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE UNDER POWER CAMDEN COUNTY, GEORGIA THIS IS AN ATTEMPT TO COLLECT A DEBT. ANY INFOR- MATION OBTAINED WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE. Under and by virtue of the Power of Sale contained in a Security Deed given by Heather E. Strickland to ABN AMRO Mortgage Group, Inc., dated February 21, 2007, and recorded in Deed Book 1335, Page 00479, Camden County, Georgia Records, as last transferred to Wilmington Savings Fund Society, FSB, d/b/a Christiana Trust, not individually but as trustee for Pretium Mortgage Acquisition Trust by assignment recorded on March 4, 2016 in Book 1795 Page 693 in the Office of the Clerk of Superior Court of Camden County, Georgia Records, conveying the afterdescribed property to secure a Note in the original principal amount of Sixty-Six Thousand and 0/100 dollars ($66,000.00), with interest thereon as set forth therein, there will be sold at public outcry to the highest bidder for cash before the courthouse door of Camden County, Georgia, within the legal hours of sale on June 6, 2017, the following described property: Street Address: 111 Strickland Road White Oak, Georgia All that lot, tract or parcel of land lying and being in the 270th G. M. District, Camden County, Georgia, near the community of White Oak, Georgia, and on the Northerly side of State Highway No. 252 and being more particularly described as follows: Commence at the point on the Northerly right-of-way of Georgia Highway No. 252 and the Southwesterly corner of the property of A. A. Buie and from said point proceed due North a distance of feet to the POINT OF BEGIN- NING; and from said point of beginning due North a distance of feet to a point; thence proceed Westerly feet to a point; thence due South for a distance of feet thence Easterly and parallel to the Northerly boundary a distance of feet to the point of beginning. Said tract being more fully shown and designated as "Henry, Jr.".94 acre on that certain plat of survey prepared by James R. F. Russell, Georgia Registered Land Surveyor No. 1166, dated September 28, 1968, a copy of which is recorded in Plat Book "4", Page 107, of the Public Records of Camden County, Georgia, and by this reference, incorporated herein for all purposes. Parcel # Being the same property conveyed to Heather E. Strickland (fka Heather E, Fernandez), by Deed dated March 19, 2003, of record in Book 946, Page 722, in the Office of the Superior Court Clerk of Camden County, Georgia. The debt secured by said Security Deed has been and is hereby declared due because of, among other possible events of default, failure to pay the indebtedness as and when due and in the manner provided in the Note and Security Deed. The debt remaining in default, this sale will be made for the purpose of paying the same and all expenses of this sale, as provided in Security Deed and by law, including attorneys fees (notice of intent to collect attorneys fees having been given). The entity having full authority to negotiate, amend or modify all terms of the loan (although not required by law to do so) is: Selene Finance they can be contacted at (877) for Loss Mitigation Dept, or by writing to 9990 Richmond Avenue, Suite 400, Houston, Texas 77042, to discuss possible alternatives to avoid foreclosure. Said property will be sold subject to any outstanding ad valorem taxes (including taxes which are a lien, but not yet due and payable), any matters which might be disclosed by an accurate survey and inspection of the property, any assessments, liens, encumbrances, zoning ordinances, restrictions, covenants, and matters of record superior to the Security Deed first set out above. To the best knowledge and belief of the undersigned, the party in possession of the property is Heather E. Strickland a/k/a Heather E. Fernandez or tenant(s); and said property is more commonly known as 111 Strickland Road, White Oak, GA The sale will be conducted subject to (1) confirmation that the sale is not prohibited under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code (2) final confirmation and audit of the status of the loan with the holder of the security deed and (3) any right of redemption or other lien not extinguished by foreclosure. Wilmington Savings Fund Society, FSB, d/b/a Christiana Trust, not individually but as trustee for Pretium Mortgage Acquisition Trust as Attorney in Fact for Heather E. Strickland. Brock & Scott, PLLC 4360 Chamblee Dunwoody Road, Suite 310 Atlanta, GA B&S file no.: T 5/11, 5/18, 5/25, 6/01/2017 # gpn11 NOTICE OF SALE UNDER POWER GEORGIA, CAMDEN COUNTY By virtue of a Power of Sale contained in that certain Security Deed from DORIS C WAYE to Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc. as a nominee for America`s Wholesale Lender, dated November 16, 2004, recorded November 29, 2004, in Deed Book 1096, Page 381, Camden County, Georgia Records, said Security Deed having been given to secure a Note of even date in the original principal amount of Fifty-Six Thousand One Hundred Sixty and 00/100 dollars ($56,160.00), with interest thereon as provided for therein, said Security Deed having been last sold, assigned and transferred to THE BANK OF NEW YORK MELLON FKA THE BANK OF NEW YORK, AS TRUSTEE (CWALT CB), there will be sold at public outcry to the highest bidder for cash at the Camden County Courthouse, within the legal hours of sale on the first Tuesday in June, 2017, all property described in said Security Deed including but not limited to the following described property: THE LAND REFERRED TO IN THIS EXHIBIT IS LOCATED IN THE COUNTY OF CAMDEN AND THE STATE OF GEORGIA IN DEED BOOK 820 AT PAGE 385 AND DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: ALL OF LOT 2 OF BLOCK B OF MARINER`S LANDING - PHASE ONE, SECTION "A", BRADFORD COLONY, AS SHOWN ON THAT CERTAIN PLAT OF SURVEY BY PARK D. PRIVETT, JR., GEOR- GIA REGISTERED LAND SUR- VEYOR NO. 2218, DATED JULY 16, 1986, RECORDED IN PLAT DRAWER 4, MAP 110, CAM- DEN COUNTY, GEORGIA, RECORDS. Said legal description being controlling, however the property is more commonly known as 104 SPINNAKER CIR, KINGSLAND, GA The indebtedness secured by said Security Deed has been and is hereby declared due because of default under the terms of said Security Deed and Note. The indebtedness remaining in default, this sale will be made for the purpose of paying the same, all expenses of the sale, including attorneys fees (notice to collect same having been given) and all other payments provided for under the terms of the Security Deed and Note. Said property will be sold on an as-is basis without any representation, warranty or recourse against the abovenamed or the undersigned. The sale will also be subject to the following items which may affect the title: any outstanding ad valorem taxes (including taxes which are a lien, whether or not now due and payable); the right of redemption of any taxing authority; matters which would be disclosed by an accurate survey or by an inspection of the property; all zoning ordinances; assessments; liens; encumbrances; restrictions; covenants, and any other matters of record superior to said Security Deed. To the best of the knowledge and belief of the undersigned, the owner and party in possession of the property is DORIS C WAYE, DORIS C WAYE, or tenants(s). The sale will be conducted subject (1) to confirmation that the sale is not prohibited under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code and (2) to final confirmation and audit of the status of the loan with the holder of the Security Deed. Please note that, pursuant to O.C.G.A , you are not entitled by law to an amendment or modification of the terms of your loan. The entity having full authority to negotiate, amend or modify all terms of the loan (although not required by law to do so) is: BAYVIEW LOAN SER- VICING,LLC, Loss Mitigation Dept., 4425 Ponce de Leon Blvd., 5th Floor, Coral Gables, FL 33146, Telephone Number: THE BANK OF NEW YORK MELLON FKA THE BANK OF NEW YORK, AS TRUSTEE (CWALT CB) as Attorney in Fact for DORIS C WAYE THE BELOW LAW FIRM MAY BE HELD TO BE ACTING AS A DEBT COLLECTOR, UNDER FEDERAL LAW. IF SO, ANY IN- FORMATION OBTAINED WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE. Attorney Contact: Rubin Lublin, LLC, 3145 Avalon Ridge Place, Suite 100, Peachtree Corners, GA Telephone Number: (877) Case No. BVC T 5/11, 5/18, 5/25, 6/01/2017 # gpn08 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF CAMDEN COUNTY STATE OF GEORGIA GARY L. JEFFRYES, Plaintiff v. JO PATRICIA ANN JEFFRYES, a/k/a JO GIBBAR, Defendant CIVIL ACTION NO: 17V297-RL NOTICE OF SUMMONS TO THE ABOVE NAMES DEFEN- DANT: JO PATRICIA ANN JEF- FRYES a/k/a JO GIBBAR You are hereby notified that the above-styled action for divorce was against you in the above Court on the 11th day April, 2017, and by reason of an order for Service of Summons by Publication entered by the Court on the 4th day May, 2017, you are hereby notified and commanded to file with the Clerk of the above Court and serve upon the Plaintiffs Attorney, RAN- DALL C. SORENSON, P.O. Box 1536, Kingsland, Georgia, 31548, an answer to the Complaint within sixty (60) days of the date of the Order for Publication. Failure to answer will result in a Judgment for the relief sought. WITNESS The Honorable Judges of the Superior Court of Camden County, Georgia, this 8th day of May, T 5/11, 5/18, 5/25, 6/01/2017 # gpn06 NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE OF RIGHT TO REDEEM TO: Marcus E. Williams Chamane K. Williams & All Heirs Known and Unknown Occupant of the property, if any All other persons having any right, title, or interest in, or lien upon, the property Take notice that: The right to redeem the following described property, to wit: All that lot, tract, or parcel of land lying and being in the City of St. Marys, 29th G. M. District, Camden County, Georgia, more particularly described as follows: All of lot 946 of Cumberland Harbour- Phase Nine Subdivision, as more fully and accurately shown and described on that certain plat of survey by Ernest R. Bennett, Jr., Georgia Registered Land Surveyor No. 2893, recorded in Plat Drawer No. 21, Map Nos. 5, 6, and 7, Camden County, Georgia, records. Prior deed reference: Deed Book 1317 page 021. The property described above is the same property conveyed by that certain Sheriffs Tax Deed dated August 4, 2015, said deed being recorded on September 24, 2015 in Deed Book 1775, page 504, Camden County, Georgia, records. will expire and be forever foreclosed and barred on and after the 19th day of June, The tax deed to which this notice relates is dated the August 4, 2015, and is recorded in the office of the Clerk of the Superior Court of Camden County, Georgia, in Deed Book 1775, page 504. The property may be redeemed at any time before the 19th day of June, 2017, by payment of the redemption price as fixed and provided by law to the undersigned at the following address: Bald Eagle Ventures, LLC, c/o Kinney & Kinney, LLC, Post Office Box 7050, St. Marys, GA Please be governed accordingly. Bald Eagle Ventures, LLC c/o Miles P. Hendrix Kinney & Kinney, LLC Post Office Box 7050 St. Marys, Georgia T 5/25, 6/01, 6/08, 6/15/2017 # gpn06 NOTICE OF INTENT TO VOLUNTARILY DISSOLVE A CORPORATION Notice is given that a notice of intent to dissolve Charles R. Crocker, P.C., a. Georgia corporation with its registered office at 509 S. Lee Street, Kingsland, Georgia 31548, has been delivered to the Secretary of State for filing in accordance with the Georgia Business Corporation Code. Any persons with claims against the corporation must present said claims to Miles P. Hendrix, Attorney for Corporation, P.O. Box 7050, St. Marys, Georgia Except for claims that are contingent at the time of the filing of the notice of intent to dissolve or that arise after the filing of the notice of intent to dissolve, claims against the corporation not otherwise barred will be barred unless a proceeding to enforce the claim is commenced within two years after this publication. 4T 5/25, 6/01, 6/08, 6/15/2017 # gpn15 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF CAMDEN COUNTY STATE OF GEORGIA In Re: Chelsea Sevier And Madison Potter Minor Child(ren) Civil Action File No. 17V396 NOTICE OF PETITION TO CHANGE NAME GEORGIA, Camden County Notice is hereby given that Chelsea Sevier, the undersigned, filed this petition to the Superior Court of Camden County, Georgia, on the 5th day of May, 2017, praying for a change in the name of minor child(ren) from Madison Potter to Madison Fenton, and from Chelsea Sevier to Chelsea Fenton. Notice is hereby given pursuant to law to any interested or affected party to appear in said Court and to file objections to such name change. Objections must be filed with the said Court within 30 days of the filing of said Petition. This 5th day of May, Chelsea Sevier Petitioner pro se STATE OF GEORGIA CAMDEN SUPERIOR COURT Lynn Cowart, Deputy Clerk 4T 5/11, 5/18, 5/25, 6/01/2017 # gpn15 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF CAMDEN COUNTY STATE OF GEORGIA In Re: Chelsea Sevier Civil Action File No. 17V395 NOTICE OF PETITION TO CHANGE NAME GEORGIA, Camden County Notice is hereby given that Chelsea Sevier, the undersigned, filed this petition to the Superior Court of Camden County, Georgia, on the 5th day of May, 2017, praying for a change in the name of petitioner from Chelsea Sevier to Chelsea Fenton. Notice is hereby given pursuant to law to any interested or affected party to appear in said Court and to file objections to such name change. Objections must be filed with the said Court within 30 days of the filing of said petition. This 5th day of May, Chelsea Sevier Petitioner STATE OF GEORGIA CAMDEN SUPERIOR COURT Lynn Cowart, Deputy Clerk 4T 5/11, 5/18, 5/25, 6/01/2017 # gpn15 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF CAMDEN COUNTY STATE OF GEORGIA PETITION TO CHANGE NAME FROM: SOPHIA JOANN TER- RELL TO: RUSSELL JOSEPH TERRELL CASE NO. 17V419 NOTICE OF PETITION OF NAME CHANGE Notice is hereby given that, SOPHIA JOANN TERRELL, through her undersigned counsel, filed her Petition in the Superior Court of Camden County, Georgia, on the 11th day of May, 2017, praying for a change in the name of the Petitioner from, SOPHIA JOANN TERRELL to RUSSELL JOSEPH TERRELL. Notice is hereby given pursuant to law to any interested party to appear in said Court and to file objections to such name change. Objections must be filed with the said Court within 30 days of the filing of said petition. This 10th day of May, Garnett Harrison, Esq. GA Bar No.: Jacqueline Fortier, Esq. GA Bar No.: Garnett Harrison, P.C. P.O. Box 3065 Kingsland, GA (912) (912) (fax) garnettlawoffice.com 4T 5/18, 5/25, 6/01, 6/08/2017 # gpn18 IN THE PROBATE COURT OF CAMDEN COUNTY STATE OF GEORGIA IN RE: ESTATE OF Margaret Bryant Eddinger, DECEASED ESTATE NO. 2017P79 NOTICE IN RE: The Petition to Probate Will in Solemn Form in the above-referenced estate having been duly filed. TO: Any and All Interested Parties: This is to notify you to file objection, if there is any, to the Petition to Probate Will in Solemn Form, in this Court on or before June 1, BE NOTIFIED FURTHER: All objections to the Petition must be in writing, setting forth the grounds of any such objections. All objections should be sworn to before a notary public or before a Probate Court Clerk, and filing fees must be tendered with your objections, unless you qualify to file as an indigent party. Contact Probate Court personnel for the required amount of filing fees. If any objections are filed, a hearing will be scheduled at a later date. If no objections are filed, the Petition may be granted without a hearing. Judge of the Probate Court Robert C. Sweatt, Jr By: Penny L. Miller P. O. Box East 4th Street Woodbine, GA T 5/04, 5/11, 5/18, 5/25/2017 # gpn16 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEAR- ING ON THE PROPOSED IS- SUANCE BY THE SOUTHEAST GEORGIA CONSOLIDATED HOUSING AUTHORITY OF ITS TAX-EXEMPT MULTIFAMILY HOUSING REVENUE BONDS IN ONE OR MORE SERIES HAVING AN AGGREGATE PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF NOT TO EXCEED $10,000,000 TO FINANCE A MULTIFAMILY HOUSING RENTAL DEVELOPMENT TO BE OWNED BY ROYAL POINT PRESERVATION, LP, OR A SPE- CIAL PURPOSE ENTITY CREAT- ED BY OR ON BEHALF OF ROY- AL POINT PRESERVATION, LP YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED, as required by Section 147(f) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 (the Code), that a public hearing will be held by or on behalf of the Southeast Georgia Consolidated Housing Authority (the Authority) at its offices located at 501 W. Church Street, St. Marys, Georgia on Thursday, June 15, 2017, at 4:00 oclock, p.m., concerning a proposed issuance by the Authority of one or more series of its taxexempt multifamily housing revenue bonds in an aggregate principal amount not to exceed $10,000,000 (the Bonds). The proceeds of the sale of the Bonds, when and if issued, are to be used to finance a loan to Royal Point Preservation, LP, or a special purpose entity created by or on behalf of Royal Point Preservation, LP (the Borrower), to finance a portion of the cost of the acquisition, rehabilitation and equipping by the Borrower of a multifamily housing rental development consisting of approximately 144 apartment units to be located at 301 North Gross Road, Kingsland, Georgia (the Project). The Borrower will own and operate the Project. The proposed Bonds will be limited obligations of the Authority and will not be obligations of the City of Kingsland, Camden County, Georgia or of the State of Georgia, or of any county, municipal corporation or political subdivision of the State of Georgia. The proposed Bonds will not be paid from taxes but will be payable by the Authority solely from amounts to be paid or provided by the Borrower and NO PERFOR- MANCE AUDIT OR PERFOR- MANCE REVIEW SHALL BE CONDUCTED WITH RESPECT TO SUCH BOND ISSUE. Any person wishing to express views on the proposed issuance of the Bonds or the location or nature of the Project or plan of financing may be heard at such public hearing at the above address, or by submitting written comments prior to the date scheduled for the hearing to: Karen Heaton, Southeast Georgia Consolidated Housing Authority, 501 W. Church Street, St. Marys, Georgia All written comments will be made available for review by all parties attending the public hearing. SOUTHEAST GEORGIA CONSOLIDATED HOUSING AUTHORITY 1T 5/25/2017 # gpn10 IN THE JUVENILE COURT FOR THE COUNTY OF CAMDEN STATE OF GEORGIA In the Interest of: W. T. B. B. A Child Under 18 Years of Age Sex: Male DOB: 03/29/16 Case # NOTICE AND SUMMONS TO: Jennifer Kay Brazell and Marc Edward Brofford and any other person claiming paternity of the abovenamed child. You are hereby notified that the above-styled action, which seeks the termination of the parental rights was filed against you in said Juvenile Court in Camden County, Georgia on the 10th day of May, The petition alleges that the above-named child is dependent child and that it would be in the childs best interest that the parents parental right be terminated. A copy of the petition may be obtained from the Clerk of Camden County Juvenile Court. The child is currently in the temporary custody of the Camden County Department of Family and Children Services. THEREFORE, YOUR ARE COMMANDED AND REQUIRED to appear before the Juvenile Court of Camden County, Woodbine, Georgia on the 16th day of August, 2017 at 9:30 oclock a.m. The effect of the termination order requested shall be to terminate the parental rights and obligations of the parents with respect to the abovenamed child, including rights of inheritance. READ CAREFULLY NOTICE OF EFFECT OF TERMINATION JUDGMENT Georgia law provides that you can permanently lose your rights as a parent. A petition to terminate parental rights has been filed requesting the court to terminate your parental rights to your child. A copy of the petition to terminate parental rights is attached to this notice. A court hearing of your case has been scheduled for the 16th day of August, 2017 at 9:30 a.m. at the Juvenile Court of Camden County. If you fail to appear, the court can terminate your parental rights in your absence. If the court at the trial finds that the facts set out in the petition to terminate parental rights are true and that termination of your rights will serve the best interest of your child, the court can enter a judgment ending your rights to your child. If the judgment terminates your parental rights, you will no longer have any rights to your child. This means that you will not have the right to visit, contact, or have custody of your child or make any decisions affecting your child or your childs earnings or property. Your child will be legally freed to be adopted by someone else. Even if your parental rights are terminated: (1) You will be responsible for providing financial support (child support payments) for your childs care unless and until your child is adopted; and (2) Your child can still inherit from you unless and until your child is adopted. This is a very serious matter. You should contact an attorney immediately so that you can be prepared for the court hearing. You have the right to hire an attorney and to have him or her represent you. If you can not afford to hire an attorney, the court will appoint an attorney if the court finds that you are an indigent person. Where or not you decide to hire an attorney, you have the right to attend the hearing of your case, to call witnesses on your behalf, and to question those witnesses on brought against you. If you have any questions concerning this notice, you may call the telephone number of the clerks office which is: If you want a lawyer appointed to represent you, you must let the Court or the officer of this Court handling this case know that you want a lawyer immediately. To: Marc Edward Brofford; You are hereby notified that you will lose all rights to the child and will not be entitled to object ot othe termination fo partental rights to the child, unless within thirty (30) days of receipt of this you file: (a) a petition to legitimate the child; (b) notice of the filing of the legitimation with the Camden County Juvenile Court. WITNESS the Honorable O. Brent Green Judge of said Court. SO ORDERED, this the 10th day of May, To the foster parents, custodians, pre-adoptive parents or relatives providing care for the above-named child: A hearing concerning the child will be heard at the abovestated time and place. You may attend and be heard at such hearing, but are not required to appear. Laurie W. Fowler Juvenile Court Clerk Camden County, Georgia 4T 5/18, 5/25, 6/01, 6/08/2017 # gpn07 NOTICE TO DEBTORS & CREDITORS All creditors of the Estate of Edward Lee Cantrell, Deceased, late of Camden County are hereby notified to render in the demands of the undersigned according to law and all persons indebted to said estate are required to make immediate payment to me. This 17th day of May, ESTATE #2017P69 Evan Lee Cantrell EXECUTOR 116 Magnolia Court Kingsland, GA T 5/25, 6/01, 6/08, 6/15/2017 # gpn07 NOTICE TO DEBTORS & CREDITORS All creditors of the Estate of Gary Dubois, Deceased, late of Camden County are hereby notified to render in the demands of the undersigned according to law and all persons indebted to said estate are required to make immediate payment to me. This 17th day of May, ESTATE #2017P53 Anne L. Dubois EXECUTOR 120 Dunbar Drive St. Marys, GA T 5/25, 6/01, 6/08, 6/15/2017 # gpn18 IN THE PROBATE COURT COUNTY OF CAMDEN STATE OF GEORGIA IN RE: ESTATE OF Raymond H. Waterhouse, DECEASED ESTATE NO. 2017P73 NOTICE TO: Any and all Interested Parties: Madison Waterhouse and Miranda Waterhouse This is to notify you to file objection, if there is any, to the Petition to Probate Will in Solemn Form, in this Court on or before June 8, BE NOTIFIED FURTHER: All objections to the Petition must be in writing, setting forth the grounds of any such objections. All pleadings/objections must be signed before a notary public or before a Probate Court Clerk, and filing fees must be tendered with your pleadings/objections, unless you qualify to file as an indigent party. Contact Probate Court personnel at the following address/telephone number for the required amount of filing fees. If any objections are filed, a hearing will be scheduled at a later date. If no objections are filed, the Petition may be granted without a hearing. Judge of the Probate Court Robert C. Sweatt, Jr. P. O. Box 818, 210 East 4th Street Woodbine, GA T 5/11, 5/18, 5/25, 6/01/2017 # gpn18 IN THE PROBATE COURT OF CAMDEN COUNTY STATE OF GEORGIA IN RE: ESTATE OF Peggy Latrelle Johnson, DECEASED ESTATE NO. 2017P93 PETITION FOR LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION NOTICE TO: Any and All Interested Parties: Lori Ann Johnson has petitioned to be appointed Administrator of the estate of Peggy Latrelle Johnson, deceased, of said County. (The Petitioner has also applied for waiver of bond and/or grant of certain powers contained in O.C.G.A. Section ) All interested parties are hereby notified to show cause why said petition should not be granted. All objections to the petition must be in writing, setting forth the grounds of any such objections, and must be filed with the court on or before June 15, BE NOTIFIED FURTHER: All objections to the Petition must be in writing, setting forth the grounds of any such objections. All objections should be sworn to before a notary public or before a Probate Court Clerk, and filing fees must be tendered with your objections, unless you qualify to file as an indigent party. Contact Probate Court personnel at the following address/telephone number for the required amount of filing fees. If any objections are filed, a hearing will be scheduled at a later date. If no objections are filed, the Petition may be granted without a hearing. Judge of the Probate Court Robert C. Sweatt, Jr. By: Penny L. Miller Clerk of the Probate Court P. O. Box 818, 210 East 4th Street Woodbine, GA T 5/18, 5/25, 6/01, 6/08/2017 # gpn18 IN THE PROBATE COURT COUNTY OF CAMDEN STATE OF GEORGIA IN RE: ESTATE OF Randall Lynn Quillen, DECEASED ESTATE NO. 2017P95 PETITION FOR LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION NOTICE TO: To Any and All Interested Parties: Amy Celeste Quillen has petitioned to be appointed Administrator of the estate of Randall Lynn Quillen, deceased, of said County. (The Petitioner has also applied for waiver of bond and/or grant of certain powers contained in O.C.G.A. Section ) All interested parties are hereby notified to show cause why said Petition should not be granted. All objections to the Petition must be in writing, setting forth the grounds of any such objections, and must be filed with the Court on or before June 22, BE NOTIFIED FURTHER: All objections to the Petition must be in writing, setting for the grounds of any such objections. All objections should be sworn to before a notary public or before a Probate Court Clerk, and filing fees must be tendered with your objections, unless you qualify to file as an indigent party. Contact Probate Court personnel for the required amount of filing fees. If any objections are filed, a hearing will be scheduled at a later date. If no objections are filed, the Petition may be granted without a hearing. Judge of the Probate Court Robert C. Sweatt, Jr. By: Penny L. Miller Clerk of the Probate Court P. O. Box 818, 210 East 4th Street Woodbine, GA T 5/25, 6/01, 6/08, 6/15/2017 # gpn16 STATE OF GEORGIA CAMDEN COUNTY NOTICE OF HEARING NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC IS HEREBY GIVEN that on May 30th, 2017, at11:00 a.m., in the Superior Court of Camden County, at the courthouse in the City of Woodbine, Georgia, a hearing will be held in the case of State of Georgia v. Camden County Public Service Authority and the City of St. Marys, Georgia, on the petition and complaint to validate the CAMDEN COUNTY PUBLIC SERVICE AUTHORITY REFUND- ING REVENUE BOND (CITY OF ST. MARYS PROJECT), SERIES 2017, in the principal amount of $38,270,000 (the Series 2017 Bond), which is authorized to be issued by a bond resolution adopted on May 1, 2017 (the Resolution), by vote of a majority of the members of the Camden County Public Service Authority (the Authority). The Series 2017 Bond is being issued by the Authority to provide funds to pay the costs to currently refund and redeem the CAMDEN COUN- TY PUBLIC SERVICE AUTHORITY REFUNDING REVENUE BONDS (CITY OF ST. MARYS PROJECT), SERIES The Court will also adjudicate the valid and binding effect of the Resolution authorizing the issuance of the Series 2017 Bond and other documents to be executed in connection therewith, including specifically (i) an intergovernmental contract to be entered into between the Authority and the City, under which the City shall agree to make certain payments for the account of the Authority, which payments are pledged as security for the payment of the Series 2017 Bond sought to be validated, and (ii) an escrow deposit agreement to be executed and delivered by the Authority in connection with the defeasance, payment, and redemption of the Series 2010 Bonds. The case in which this hearing shall be held has been filed in accordance with the Camden County Public Service Authority Act, which requires that any action pertaining to validation of any bonds issued pursuant to the provisions of said Act be validated by the Superior Court of Camden County. Pursuant to of the Official Code of Georgia Annotated, certain issuers of revenue or general obligation bonds issued on or after May 5, 2006, are required to provide for a continuing performance audit or performance review of the expenditure of bond proceeds absent the publication of a notice expressly stating that no performance audit or performance review shall be conducted with respect to the bond issue. No performance audit or review shall be conducted by the City or the Authority with respect to the Series 2017 Bond. The financial statements of the City are audited annually and are subject to public inspection and review. At said hearing all persons having a right to be heard with respect to the Series 2017 Bond and the security provided therefor, and with respect to the validation thereof, may be heard. This May 5th, S/ JOY LYNN TURNER Clerk of Superior Court Camden County, Georgia 2T 5/18, 5/25/2017 # gpn17 PUBLIC AUCTION CUMBERLAND KINGS BAY Lodge and Self Storage 603 Sand Bar Drive Saint Marys, GA In Accordance with Georgia law, Cumberland Kings Bay Lodge and Self Storage will enforce its operator lien by way of public auction on June 3, 2017 at 9:00 AM. Auction to be held at Cumberland Kings Bay Lodge and Self Storage. S003 Emiley Pristavec S011 Jonathan Wolf Davidson S013 Ambritt Spencer S016 Bruce Kimball S029 Karlise Ben S032 David Black S036 James Colwell S044 Rene Stuber S053 Danielle Ahern S057 Marvin Rahmings S059 Aaron Kadlubowski S064 Robert Bayter Jr S075 Natalie Hubbard S079 Christopher Moffat S117 Kooper Caldwell 2T 5/18, 5/25/2017 # gpn14 PUBLIC NOTICE The Southeast Georgia Consolidated Housing Authority has developed its Annual Plan for the Fiscal Year beginning October 1, 2017 in compliance with the Quality Housing and Work Responsibility Act of It is available for review at the Authority's Offices which are located at the following addresses: 434 Sixth Street, Folkston, Monday & Wednesday 301 Lawnwood Ave., Kingsland, Monday & Wednesday 501 W. Church St., St. Marys, Tuesday & Thursday 300 Georgia Ave., Woodbine, Tuesday & Thursday The Authority's hours of operation are 7:30 AM to 5:30 PM. All offices are closed on Fridays. In addition, a public hearing will be held on June 13, 2017 at the Authority's office at 501 W. Church Street at 6:00 PM. Everyone is invited. 2T 5/18, 5/25/2017 # gpn10 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF CAMDEN COUNTY STATE OF GEORGIA JEFFREY ROLAND, Petitioner vs. JENNI FRECHETTE, Respondent. CIVIL ACTION NO. 17-V-229 NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO: JENNI FRECHETTE Location Unknown You are hereby notified that the above-styled petition for legitimation and action for custody proceeding was filed in this Court on 6th day of March 2017, and that by reason of an order for notice by publication entered by the Court on the 8th day of May 2017, you are hereby commanded and required to show cause, if any you can, at the Camden County Courthouse in Woodbine, Camden County, Georgia, on the 10th day of August 2017 at 9:30 a.m. o'clock a.m., why the requested relief should not be granted to the Petitioner. This 8th day of May 2017 Lynn Cowart DEPUTY CLERK OF COURT CAMDEN COUNTY, GEORGIA 4T 5/18, 5/25, 6/01, 6/08/2017 # gpn07 NOTICE TO DEBTORS & CREDITORS All creditors of the Estate of Edward M. Wendel II, Deceased, late of Camden County are hereby notified to render in the demands of the undersigned according to law and all persons indebted to said estate are required to make immediate payment to me. This 11th day of May, ESTATE #2017P90 Jacqueline Jeanne Wendel EXECUTOR P.O. Box 323 Woodbine, GA T 5/18, 5/25, 6/01, 6/08/2017 # Color Outside the Lines Support americansforthearts.org

22 Thursday, May 25, 2017 Tribune & Georgian 12B Elite Cheer meeting will be Thursday Winner of numerous local and national titles, South Georgia Elite Cheer is excited to enter its all-star cheerleading season. The staff invites those interested to an information session Thursday, May 25, at 7 p.m. at the Camden Community Recreation Center, 1050 Wildcat Drive in Kingsland. Training begins in June for the upcoming season s competitive teams. Elite athletes will train over the summer and hold team placements in early August. Ages 5-18 of all ability levels are welcome. Athletes will learn proper jump, tumble and stunt technique from a staff with years of all-star cheer and tumble coaching experience and advanced level certifications. In addition to team practices, South Georgia Elite will host cheer camps, stunt clinics and tumble classes through the summer. While we are very proud of our team performances, what really makes us beam with pride is the success of our athletes on the larger stage of life, coach Shelly Bohner said. Among those athletes are Michael Kalinin (University of Georgia), Tiara Ulieme (Point University), Zack McLoughlin (University of Central Florida), and most recently, Nina Kalinin, who was selected to cheer for the University of Miami. Multiple athletes have gone on to become all-star coaches, including Morgan Ramsey and Ben Simon, who will be Elite staff members this season. Competitive cheerleading has recently been given provisional status by the International Olympic Committee, potentially putting today s young cheerleaders on an even bigger stage in future years. The International Cheer Union can petition to be a part of the Olympic Games as early as Cheerleading as a competitive sport has gained a tremendous following in the recent years, and South Georgia Elite Cheer hopes to provide the athletes in Camden County and surrounding areas with the platform needed to enter this competitive arena. For more information, call Bohner at (912) BRIEFS St. Marys fishing tourney begins Friday Anglers in the third annual Historic St. Marys Fishing Classic will take to the waters Friday and Saturday, with prizes presented for several species. Howard Gilman Memorial Park will be the tournament headquarters. Prize money will be awarded for first, second and third places for trout, flounder, redfish, black drum, whiting and sheepshead in the general angler category, and for trout, flounder and redfish for anglers in kayaks, canoes or human-powered vessels. An offshore kingfish division is available. The schedule of events Friday will be the kids tournament kickoff at 10 a.m., a captains meeting from 6-8 p.m. at the waterfront park, and music at 7 p.m. by an Eagles tribute band, On the Border. Fishing will open Saturday at 6:15 a.m., and the kids tournament will kick off at 8 a.m. Scales will open at 10 a.m., the kingfish weigh-in begins at 4 p.m., the scales close at 5 p.m., and awards will be presented at 6:30 p.m. Raffle drawings will be throughout the day. Entry into the kids tournament will be free for children younger than 12. Fish from any dock in downtown St. Marys, and weigh in any catch to win a prize. Registration is online at For more information, call event director Jerre Brumbelow at (912) or com. CCHS baseball camps scheduled The 2017 Camden Baseball camps for players ages 5-14 will be Tuesday through Thursday, May 30 to June 1, from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. daily at the CCHS baseball park. Fees are $55 per player for mail-in registrations, and $60 for camp-day walkups. Each player will receive personal skill development from high school and college coaches. They will develop fundamentals in all areas of the game through drill work, skill competitions and live play. Campers will need to bring a glove, bat, cleats and tennis shoes, and miscellaneous items like batting gloves, sunscreen and money for concessions. The coaching staff will include Wildcat head coach Chuck Seymour and assistants Todd Bentle, Wade English, Michael Baker and Carlton Smith; Armstrong State assistant Brian English; and CCHS players Milan Ellerson, Ian Smith, Tim Parker and Brooks Bryan. For more information, contact Seymour at Clockwise from above, Garrison Gilbert, Emmalee Armstrong, Troy Alston, Jeff Millich and Deanna Thacker approach the finish line at the Pathway of Hope 5K run last Saturday in St. Marys. Alston was second overall to Joe Rivera among the men and won the age group. Gilbert won the 14-and-younger division. Thacker was the second woman to finish the course behind overall winner Mhairi Simpson and was first in the 50-59s, and Millich paced the men. Forty-three runners participated in the run, which benefited the Salvation Army and Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Andy Diffenderfer Tribune & Georgian Grades 1-12 invited to tennis clinics The Camden County High tennis clinics for players in grades 1-12 are scheduled for Tuesday through Thursday, May 30 to June 1 at the Wildcat courts. A competitive team camp for intermediate to advanced players will be Monday through Friday, June 5-9. For beginning and intermediate players, morning sessions ($65) will run 9 a.m. to noon daily, and day-long sessions ($110) from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The competitive team camp ($200) for intermediate to advanced players will be 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. All participants should bring a water bottle, sunblock, hat, bug repellant and a racket, and those in daylong camps should bring lunch, too. Rain does not cancel. CCHS head tennis coach Daniel Breag and assistants Marcus Long and Kayla Miller will direct, with Wildcat players helping. Clinic size is limited so early sign-up is recommended. Students will be registered on a first-come, first-serve basis. For more information, contact Breag at (912) or k12.ga.us, Long at (912) or or Miller at (912) or McFarland will lead FCA baseball camp Joe McFarland, a Fellowship of Christian Athletes staff member and a former Division I college baseball coach for 38 years, will lead the FCA summer youth baseball camps June 6-8 and June at the Camden County High School baseball complex. Players ages 8-12 are invited, and the cost is $75 for the week. Instruction will be from 9:30 a.m. to noon each day. Please bring a completed registration form and fees to the first day of camp. Campers should bring a glove, hat, bat, baseball gear and sunscreen. For reservations, text Mc- Farland at (540) or send an to FCA event combines athletics, Bible study The Fellowship of Christian Athletes Power Camp for boys and girls ages 8-12 combines instruction in soccer, basketball, and baseball Runners take starting line in first Pathway of Hope 5K or softball with Bible study and spiritual training from coaches, athletes and speakers. The camp will be Tuesday through Thursday, July 11-13, from 8 a.m. to noon daily at Camden Middle School. The cost is $15 and includes a T-Shirt, Bible and snack. For more information, call Diane Smith at (912) or visit org. Baseball, softball clinics are June 3-4 The non-profit Southeast Baseball Academy will host a baseball camp/clinic to get as many young men and Andy Diffenderfer Forty-three runners came out to downtown St. Marys last Saturday morning for the first Pathway of Hope 5K to benefit the Salvation Army and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. The course started along Ready Street and finished along the waterfront, and overall and age-group winners were recognized for both the men and women. Joe Rivera of Orange Park, Fla., won the overall men s race in 18:28, and Mhairi Simpson of Scotland (23:33) the women s. women involved in the world of baseball. Several community leaders will teach baseball skills and team-building exercises at the event, which is free. Baseball clinics and tryouts for boys ages 9-12 will be Saturday, June 3, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., and softball clinics and tryouts for girls ages will be Sunday, June 4, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Both events will be at Camden Middle School. Travel teams for summer and fall tournaments will be filled. Registration will begin at 9:30 a.m., and lunch will be provided to players. For a printable sign-up packet, Troy Alston (20:12), Gabe Manning (20:28) and Bill Beaumont (21:44) were second through fourth overall among the men, and the next three women finishers were Deanna Thacker (27:00), Christy Gilbert (27:14) and Jane Gunter (30:14). Alston (30-39), Gilbert (40-49), Thacker (50-59) and Beaumont (60-and-older) also led their age divisions. Also winning their age groups were Garrison Gilbert (23:25) and Anna Gold (41:49), 14-and-younger; Keanu Greppin (24:12), 15-19; Alley Horton (35:52), 20-29; Darcy Simons (41:47), 30-39; Oscar Acosta (23:18), 40-49; Jeff Millich (23:21), 50-59; and Dee Price (40:02), 60-and-older. send an to The academy specializes in the development of youth in sports, strives to teach youth the fundamentals of life, and gears its organization around the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. The long-term goal is to mentor these children into becoming productive citizens who will take what they have learned and pass it on to the next generation and pay it forward through sports or whatever God has called them to do in life. For for more information, call event coordinator Amanda Strickland at (912)

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24 2 PARAGON 2017 Thursday, May 25, 2017 CONGRATULATIONS TO CAMDEN COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES! WHAT NEXT? Make College of Coastal Georgia Camden Center Your Next Step Why YOU Should Complete College? The Outcome is Income! College graduates earn an average of $1,000,000 more than high school graduates in lifetime earnings. 4-Year degree holders earn an average of $21,100 more anually than high school graduates. 2-Year degree holders earn an average of $9,400 more annually than high school graduates. College graduates had an unemployment rate of 4.1% in 2012 compared to 11.2% for high school graduates. The poverty rate in 2011 was 5% for college graduates compared to 14% for high school graduates. 10% of adults born in poverty eventually earned over $91,000 per year with a 4-Year Degree. 47% of adults born in poverty that did not obtain a 4-Year Degree remained in poverty. College graduates are more likely than high school graduates to obtain employment that offers retirement benefits, tuition reibursement, a health savings account and commuting costs. Sources: College Board - Education Pays, Georgetown University - The College Payoff, #7 PUBLIC REGIONAL COLLEGES Out of Schools in 12 Southern States 2ND MOST AFFORDABLE TUITION & FEES U.S. News and World Report Rankings 100% PLACEMENT RATE FOR TEACHERS TOP 10 in 3 MAOR CATEGORIES NATIONWIDE U.S. News and World Report Rankings TOP 10 LOW COST ONLINE BACCALAUREATE PROGRAM #1 RANKED NURSNG PROGRAM cocg p17 College of Coastal Georgia, Camden Center We Are Your Hometown College Let Us Help With A Brighter Future

25 Thursday, May 25, 2017 PARAGON Bryce Crew received the Principal s Leadership Award. Chrissy Bundrick presents Our Lady Star of the Sea scholarships to Matthew Jacobs, Brian Castro and Morgan Bundrick. Deborah L. May and Briana May present the Dr. Bob May scholarship to Emily Gilbert, Daniel W. Simpson IV, Shelby Trevathan, Jonathan Torres, John T. Jones, Daniella Imgrund, Brian Castro, Chandler Barlow and Morgan Boyd. Osprey Cove Winding River Cumberland Harbour Waters Edge Sanctuary Cove Laurel Island Oyster Bay Harbour Osprey Cove Winding River Congratulations Class of 2017! To view plans, visit East King Avenue P.O. Box whg P17 Kingsland, GA Homes from the mid $100s to over $1 Million BUILDING FROM BRUNSWICK TO FERNANDINA BEACH! Oyster Bay Harbour Osprey Cove Winding River Congratulations Class of 2017 What Feels Like The End Is Often The Beginning! Make this the beginning of something GREAT! Advantage/Jones Medical Equipment 35 Kings Bay Road St. Marys, Ga ajm p Fax:

26 4 PARAGON 2017 Thursday, May 25, 2017 LeiLani Clemmons and John B. Jones receive Camden County food service scholarships. Cole Loden receives a youth apprenticeship scholarship from Coldwell Banker Platinum Partners. Jim Godley presents the Camden County Farm Bureau scholarship to Caleigh Eberhardt. David Campbell presents Ave Maria Assembly of the Knights of Columbus scholarships to Cole Reihing, Harris Sailors and Brian Castro. Ian Smith receives the Dr. Edwin Davis Memorial Scholarship. Shane Apps presents College of Coastal Georgia scholarships to Cameron Heggs, June Barrerio, Isabelle Rush and Morgan Boyd. Nancy Marquez and Matthew Hankwitz (not pictured) receive the SkillsUSA scholarship.

27 Thursday, May 25, 2017 PARAGON Class of 2017 reaches new heights for CCHS Jill Helton The Camden County High School Class of 2017 has set the bar high with regard to academic and athletic achievement, said principal Dr. John Tucker at commencement ceremony on Friday, May 19. This class received the largest amount of scholarship funds in school history, totaling over $15 million, Tucker said. The class is also one of the largest with 531 graduating seniors this year, he added. Tucker listed many of their accomplishments: CCHS volleyball, girls tennis, girls soccer and boys golf won region championships For the third year in a row, the CCHS wrestling team won the state championship. CCHS named one of the top high schools in the nation by U.S. News and World Report for third year in a row. CCHS named one of the most challenging high schools in the nation by The Washington Post for the sixth time in seven years. ROTC was recognized for the fourth year in a row as a distinguished unit in the state of Georgia. SkillsUSA, DECA and FBLA teams won first place in the state in various competitions and produced three national champions Kelsey Coffey, Brooke Butler and Nancy Marquez. The Little Mermaid was performed by the school s fine arts program We are young and we will never have as much energy and hair as we do now. It s important to think for the future but we are still going to enjoy the moment. Alyssa Truong valedictorian and the band and choir received superior ratings in district competitions. CCHS has two Georgia scholars, Alyssa Truong and Haley Chinen. Truong, valedictorian, took 12 AP classes and maintained a 99 grade-point average, which earned her the distinction of being a national AP scholar and acceptance into Harvard University, where she plans to study stem cell research. Salutatorian Bernadette Hicks, who has been accepted at Brown University, was recognized as a national AP scholar for taking 14 AP classes and maintaining a 98 average. Hicks said she was thankful for those who supported her throughout her high school career and helped shape her into the person she is. I am not the same as I was when I entered high school, but I think that goes for all of us here tonight, she said. We are the best versions of ourselves that we have ever been and we will continue to grow and change throughout the rest of our lives. Truong also thanked those who contributed to her success. She encouraged her fellow classmates to seize the opportunities before them, even if they make some mistakes along the way. We are young and we will never have as much energy and hair as we do now. It s important to think for the future but we are still going to enjoy the moment, she said. Truong said she sees a bright future for the Class of We are going to keep moving forward and doing great things because this is our world and this is our time, she said. Because of recent drought conditions, CCHS had to forgo the fireworks display that typically closes the ceremony, but there was no lack of fanfare at Chris Gilman Stadium. Thousands of parents, friends and well-wishers packed the stands to see their favorite grads cross the stage and receive their diplomas CP P17 CLASS OF B Professional Circle, St. Marys, GA CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 2017 Air Conditioning Heating Electrical AC Service Center Keith Davis Sharon Davis Amy Clayton Proudly Owned & Operated By Two Generations of CCHS Alumni AC GT17

28 6 PARAGON 2017 Thursday, May 25, 2017 Louise Mitchell and Connie Foster presents the Alpha Kappa Alpha scholarship to Isabelle Rush. Mia Galaviz, Joseph Burrows and Alexander Anklam receive Bailey Foundation fine arts scholarships for chorus, theater and band respectively. Angela Wall and Elizabeth Ardman present Osprey Living magazine Be Digitally Responsible scholarships to Alyssa Truong and John T. Jones. Jay Jordan and Keith Cloud present the Class of 1984 scholarships to Kaitlyn Richardson. Rachel Emerick and Alyssa Truong receive Camden/ Charlton Board of Realtors scholarships. Tina Houze and Maygen Martinez present the Camden County Drama Boosters scholarship to James Hodges.

29 Thursday, May 25, 2017 PARAGON Congratulations Class of 2017 Rachel Baldwin presents Vista Outdoor Advertising scholarships to Genesis Barreiro and Jamie Kingsley Withrow. The highest quality dental care in the most comfort-friendly environment. Oral Hygiene Care Dental Cleaning Sealants Bonding Fillings Crowns & Bridges Nitrous Oxide Sedation/Dental Anxiety Same Day Crowns Dental Implants Dentures Whitening Nightguards And Mouthguards Paperless Charting Intraoral Imaging Digital Imaging Software Arnow Drive St. Marys, GA Monday-Thursday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Friday Closed Closed for lunch daily from1-2pm Most insurance, including military, accepted. Care Credit cdc p17 CCHS guidance counselor Tara Carter presents GEO Group academic scholarships to Zachary Wallace and Morgan Bundrick. Congratulations Class of 2017! from your friends at Here to Help You Afford Life Tera Shaw and Brandie Murrell present the Heart of a Teacher scholarship in celebration of Mackie Woods to Allison Carrington. Follow us on Congrats to Austin Parrish son of Mindy Parrish, Mortgage Department Kingsland 160 N. Gross Road Phone: St. Marys 2000 Osborne Road Phone: Federally insured by NCUA

30 8 PARAGON 2017 Thursday, May 25, 2017 Abrams, Timeka Adkins, Jared Agee, Sara Allaart, Dominique Amerson, Tori Anania, Chase Anderson, Cory Anderson, Lindsey Andrewin-Walton, Mikayla Andrews, Kaitlyn Angell, Dylan Anklam, Alex Arnold, Hailey Arnold, Quinlan Ashcraft, Tara Ashcroft, Jessica Ashcroft, Rebecca Babin, Alexa Bailey, Loren Banks, Ryan Barber, Kahla Barlow, Chandler Barlow, Christopher Barlow, Sara Barnes, Andrew Barreiro, Genesis Barreiro, Juhanyris Barreras, Lauren Beaver, Christopher Beck, Jessica Belcher, Kayla Bense, Cody Blais, Elizabeth Blecher, Tara Bolling, Morgan Boudreaux, Brogan

31 Thursday, May 25, 2017 PARAGON Boyd, Morgan Braun, Aubrey Brinson, Timothy Brocks, Dante Brown, Akeela Brown, Chaz Brown, Jerry Brown, John Caleb Brown, Lambert Bundrick, Morgan Burrows, Joseph Butler, Brooke Cantrell, Spencer Carey, Chala Carper, Logan Carrington, Allison Carter, Anthony Carter, Austin Carter, Marcus Carver, Shaneice Castro, Brian Castro-Diaz, Diego Cataldi, Elyse Chambless, Hayden Chapman, Dylan Charles, Tyna Chestnut, Alexis Chinen, Hailey Chomicki, Nathan Clark, Jacob Clemmons, LeiLani Cochran, Austin Coffel, Taylor Coffey, Kelsey Cogswell, Michaela Colding, Alexa

32 10 PARAGON 2017 Thursday, May 25, 2017 Coleman, Jazzmine Conaway, Marisa Conley, Dontacia Conn, Makayla Cooper, Hannah Crawford, Tatiyana Creppel, Taylor Crew, Bryce Crews, Darrell Cronin, Matt Culp, Nakyla Cummings, Anthony Curtin, Christopher Curtin, Kristina Curtis, McKenzie Daniels, David Matthew Daniels, Jade Davenport-Ray, Miriam Davis, Haley Davis, Kamiya Devries, Emma Diaz, Jordan Dir, David Distler, Teya Dixon, Alexandra Dixon, Kenya Doczy, Alexis Domino, Gina Dooley, Hunter Draper, Jillian Dugan, Dallas Dumas, Carlie Earley, Ryan Eberhardt, Caleigh Ellerson, Milan Emerick, Rachel

33 Thursday, May 25, 2017 PARAGON Emery, Greyson Emmer, Bailey English, Dawson Enos, Abbigail Estes, Jessica Evanson, Courtney Eyraud, Kerstin Faloretti, Jessica Ferren, Ashley Finley, William Forguson, David Foster, Hannah Frazier, A Leah Fullem, Erin Fuller, Maroces Galaviz, Mia Gannon, Gabriel Garcia, Esmeralda Gasper, Morgan Gibbons, John Gibson, Chase Gilbert, Emily Gilpin, Jesson Gonzalez, Dariana Goodson, Caleb Goodwin, Keith Grayson, Aneisha Green, Christiana Griffin, Janice Hairston, Doc Hall, Earnest Hampton, Destinie Hancock, Logan Hankwitz, Matthew Harper, Alliyah Harrill, James

34 12 PARAGON 2017 Thursday, May 25, 2017 Harris, Annastacia Harris, Victoria Hart, Courtney Heggs, Cameron Hellman, Jeffrey Hellman, Samuel Henderson, Gabrielle Hendricks, Matthew Herbert, Nefertiti Herring, Jasmine Hicks, Bernadette Hicks, Sara Hill, Chase Hill, Tiannia Hines, Ethan Hodges, James Hodges, Sabrina Holloway, Ally Holmes, Lanaya Holt, Cumah Holt, Faith Horgan, Natalie Houghteling, Drew Houze, Jenna Howard, Esmeralda Hubbard, Dion Hughes, Brittany Hunnicutt, Feona Hutchins, Shane Imgrund, Daniella Jack, Bradley Jackson, Korey Jackson, Courtney Jacobs, Matthew James, Tiffany Jennette, Jasmine

35 Thursday, May 25, 2017 PARAGON Johnson, Mikkole Johnson, Nahjii Johnson, Taylor Jones, John B. Jones, John T. Jones, Johnathan Keaton Jr., Rochon Kegley, Paige Keller, Hannah Kelsey, Jon Kennedy, Kaitlyn Kent, Robyn L. Kepple, Coren Kerivel, Hunter Keys, Datarius Kile, Nicholas Kilner, Kaitlyn Kimbrell, Kayla Kindell, Brittney Kingsley-Withrow, Jamie Koon, Jacob Kountz, Madalyn Lay, McKenzie Loden, Cole Logan, Damien Logan, Payton Love, Tianah Lowe, Ayanna Lykins, Hannah MacGrath, Logan MacGrath, McKensie Macias, Eric Mack, Paige Magaw, Albany Magrill, Rebecca Maguire, Sarah

36 14 PARAGON 2017 Thursday, May 25, 2017 Maher, Melanie Manfredi, Tristan Marquez, Nancy Marshall, Gabby Martinez, Lorrianny Matlock, Bella May, Bailey Mayers, Sydnei Mazzola, Sam McAfee, Jazmine McArthur, Julliean McConnell, Ashlyn McCormick, Casey McCrary, Breyanna McCue, Connor McCullars, Lauren McCullough, Caleigh McDaniel, Tabbytha McDonald, Christopher McDonald, Connor McDonald, Savannah McGuire, Bernice McNeil, Anderson McRae, Bradford McWilliams, Rodrick Mendez, Gabriella Merino, Eduardo Merrier, Chandler Merrow, Alexxis Milan, Christine Miles, Emma Miller, Emily Miller, Jared Miller, Sydnee Mitchell, Batara Molix, Brittany

37 Thursday, May 25, 2017 PARAGON Moore, Turner Moring, Nakilla Morris, Gregory Morrison, Meagan Morrow, Maegan Mortier, Faith Murphy, Paige Murray, Kenneth Myers, Jade Nelson, Jayla Nelson, Jazmyn Nelson, Jordan Nesteruk, Kendra Nettles, Chelsea Norton, Cyndal Norton, Kendal Opall, Jessica Ownbey, James Oxendine, Alex Packard, Trevon Padgett, Jennifer Padilla, Samara Palmon, Koreena Papich, Lauren Parker, Josh Patrick, Autumn Pazdalski, Sydney Pearson, Eric Pecko, Kyle Peeples, Robert Pena, Paola Pennington, Joshua Pickering, Britny Potchen, Emily Powell, Devyn Powell, Perry

38 16 PARAGON 2017 Thursday, May 25, 2017 Congratulations Class of 2017!

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40 18 PARAGON 2017 Thursday, May 25, 2017 Puzon, Hailey Quinton, Keith Raley, Monica Ray, Zoe Rector, Matthew Register, Leah Reihing, Cole Rewis, Dacey Reynolds, Cameron Reynolds, Garrett Richardson, Kaitlyn Riddley, Ashley Riordan, Austin Rivera, Matthew Roach, Grayson Roberts, Cameron Roberts, Daysha Rochford, Andrew Rogers, Chip Rohrer, Samuel Rose, Noah Rose, Olivia Rose, Trevor Ross-Haskins, Tiahnna Rush, Isabelle Rutledge, Matthew Ryan, Fineen Sailors, Harris Samuel, Lonnie Sanchez Edwards, Gustavo Scalia, Christopher Schnabel, Kailey Seggelink, Evan Simpson, Daniel Skvarek, Emilio Smith, Breanna

41 Thursday, May 25, 2017 PARAGON Smith, Dylan Smith, Ian Smith, Joseph Somerville, Daisha Southers, Eric Southers, Tremaund Sprinkle, Darren Steele, Ellie Sterner, Kyle Stevens, Michaela Stiglic, Frank Stone, Kayla Stone, Richard Strachan, Jordan Suarez, Taylor Sullivan, Clint Suzor, Sarah Sweat, John Sweatt, Breann Sweets, Laniya Swenson, Alex Sylvester, Donnie Tanner, Megan Taylor, James Taylor, Joshua Taylor, Kemora Teal, Jonathan Terrell, Sophia Thomas, Kyra Thornton, Lyndin Tolbert, Aren Towler, Dominique Tracey, Tori Trevathan, Shelby Truong, Alyssa Vaughn, Timothy

42 20 PARAGON 2017 Thursday, May 25, 2017 Vaught, Brandon Vitale, Zach Vonk, Walker Vyas, Swara Walker, Billy Walker, Bryant Walker, Shy-yon Wallace, Zachary Waye, AJ Weaver, Landon Webster, Kaitlyn Wenum, Samm Whisman, Rachael White, Ashley Whitetree, Leyland Whitfield, Olivia Wildes, Austin Wilkins, Martanik Wilkinson, Cameron Williams, Ciara Williams, Deja Williams, Parker Williams, Rachel Wills, Jeffery Wilson, Abigail Wilson, Jhane Wilson, Varshan Wolfe, Kimberly Wood, Mackenzie Wright, Alan Wright, Cole Xiong, Kabao Young, Andrew Zayas-Riojas, Amanda Congratulations to the CCHS Class of 2017

43 Thursday, May 25, 2017 PARAGON Paul White presents science scholarships from the Halsey Family Scholarship Fund to Emily Gilbert and Alexander Anklam Highway 40 East St. Marys, GA brantcreekapartments.com Brant Creek Congratulates The Class of 2017! Wadi Khoury presents Kingsland Lions Club Muriel D. Brock scholarships to Janice Griffin and Scott Monnet. CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 2017! And a special congrats to Sgt. Benjamin Blevins presents the Marine award for excellence in academics to Bernadette Hicks and Alyssa Truong Boone Ave. Kingsland, Ga sbq p17

44 22 PARAGON 2017 Thursday, May 25, 2017 Morgan Bundrick You make me proud to see you grown and graduating. The last of my 14 grandchildren. Going to the beach and parks since you were little, having fun and now you drive Gram to the stores. Best wishes in college. Lots of Love! Grandma Bryan Victoria Tori Amerson Congrats! We are so proud of you. Continue to follow your dreams. Love, Daddy, Mama, Valerie and Madilynn Dylan Angell Happy Graduation Dylan! All of your hard work has paid off and you ll be off on new adventures! Congratulations! Love, Mom and Dad Alan Tony Wright We are so proud of you and your dedication. Always remember to put God first in everything. If you can dream it, you can achieve it. We Love You, Dad, Mom, Darrell, Tiffany and Kids Victoria Leigh Amerson It is hard to believe how fast you have grown up and become a beautiful young lady. You have gone from GA GA Boos (airplanes) to Doctor s shoes. May the knowledge you have gained bring inspiration and guide you to follow your dreams with our love beside you. As you celebrate your achievements, know that we are so blessed to have you and proud of all you do. God Bless you as you begin the next chapter of your life. Congratulations, Tori. We Love You, Gammy & Papa John Caleb Brown Congratulations Caleb! We are so very proud of you! For I know the plans I have for you, declares the Lord, plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future. ~ Jeremiah 29:11 Love, Mom, Dad and Family Ian Cade Smith Our pride and joy. As you journey into the future remember: Do not let anyone determine who you are. Define yourself! You will continue to make us proud, but you must importantly be proud of the person you are. The sky is the limit, no holding back. We love you, Mom and Dad Charles Allen Brown IV Chaz, We are so incredibly proud of you and all of your accomplishments. Dream big and follow your heart. We love you!!!! Mom, Dad, Devon, Myranda Jordan Strachan Congratulations, Jordan. We couldn t be more proud of the man you re becoming. Always know that we are your biggest fans and are so excited about God s plan in your life. Your best is yet to come! Love, Mom, Dad, Chelsea, Chris and Amorie Taylor Coffel Congratulations Taylor!! We are so proud of you! Love, Mom, Dad, Matthew, MeeMaw, PeePaw, Grandaddy & Boo

45 Thursday, May 25, 2017 PARAGON Meagan Alexis Morrison Congrats Meagan! We re so proud of you and all of your accomplishments. You have exceeded all of our expectations and we couldn t be happier for you. Always follow your dreams! We Love You Mama, Daddy and Papa Bryce Crew The education of a man is never completed until he dies. ~ Robert E. Lee Congratulations Love Mom, Dad & Tyler Perry Powell Congratulations and Good Luck from Natures Drive! Taylor Johnson Taylor, Congratulations!!! Proud of you sweet girl and cannot wait to watch all of your dreams come true. Nver give up!! We love you so much. Robin and Savannah For I know the plans I have for you, declares the LORD, plans to prosper you and not harm you, plans to give you hope and a future. ~Jeremiah 29:11 WORD IS You Graduated! Congratulations to the Class of 2017! You make us very proud, and we hope the future spells out continued happiness and success for you. Tribune & Georgian 206 Osborne St. St. Marys, GA

46 24 PARAGON 2017 Thursday, May 25, 2017 Rachel Baldwin, Stephanie Brown and Kristen Gillette present Camden Community Action Team internship scholarships to Lanaya Holmes, Ayrica Furguson and Janice Griffin. Janie McMillan presents the Chick-fil-A Hero scholarship to Rachel Emerick. Julie Stanley and Jim Burnham present St. Marys Fraternal Order of Eagles scholarships to Mia Galaviz, Kaitlyn Richardson, Brian Castro and Katerina Stagl. Karl Porfirio presents the Let Us Never Forget Scholarship in memory of Tre Porfirio to Brian Castro. Joanne Fry and Beth Manning present the Carlysle Eakin Grant-in-Aid Future Educator Scholarship to Morgan Boyd and Allison Carrington. Jenn Downing and Shelly Strickland present Camden Cheer Boosters scholarships to Morgan Bundrick and LeiLani Clemmons.

47 Thursday, May 25, 2017 PARAGON Brian Castro receives the Georgia Fire Sprinkler Association scholarship. Gary Ray, Gregory Jaudon and Macio Felton present the Kappa Alpha Psi scholarship to Kaitlyn Richardson. Go confidently in the direction of your dreams. Live the life you have imagined. Henry David Thoreau I ve missed more than 9,000 shots in my career. I ve lost almost 300 games; 26 times I ve been trusted to take the game winning shot and missed. I ve failed over and over and over again in my life. And that is why I succeed. Michael Jordan Stan Prince presents St. Marys Kiwanis Club scholarships to Kelsey Coffey, Shelby Trevathan, Hailey Chinen and Brian Castro. Taylor Coffel, Victoria Amerson and Scott Monnet receive North Camden Action Association scholarships. When I stand before God at the end of my life, I would hope that I would not have a single bit of talent left and could say, I used everything you gave me. Erma Bombeck Believe you can and you re halfway there. Theodore Roosevelt Whether you think you can or you think you can t, you re right. Henry Ford When I was 5 years old, my mother always told me that happiness was the key to life. When I went to school, they asked me what I wanted to be when I grew up. I wrote down happy. They told me I didn t understand the assignment, and I told them they didn t understand life. John Lennon

48 26 PARAGON 2017 Thursday, May 25, 2017 Gabriella Mendez-Vivas and James Grant receive the Marine award for excellence in music. Cynthia Guinn presents a Kingsland Woman s Club scholarship to Kaitlyn Richardson. Brogan Boudreaux and Cole Loden receive the Marine Female and Male Outstanding Athlete Awards respectively. Jedon Lilliston and Amy Hendricks present a Rotary Club scholarship to John T. Jones.

49 Thursday, May 25, 2017 PARAGON Jennifer Rollins presents a National Beta Club scholarship to Anderson McNeil. Rebecca Bropleh presents the 2017 Spouse Association of Chief Petty Officers at Kings Bay scholarship to Chelsea Nettles. Steve Rawl presents the Okefenoke Rural Electric Membership Corporation Scholarship to Anderson McNeil. Brandy Fournet and Kathy Dixon present the Spirit of a Hero Scholarship to Daniella Imgrund. Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn t do than by the ones you did do, so throw off the bowlines, sail away from safe harbor, catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover. Mark Twain

50 28 PARAGON 2017 Thursday, May 25, 2017 Kevin Yildiz and Brent Blount present Southeast Georgia Bulldawg Club scholarships to Kelsey Coffey, Ally Holloway and Kerstin Eyraud. Rhonda Wilderson presents the Woodbine Woman s Club scholarship to Caleigh Eberhardt. Glenda Battle and Judy Welch present scholarships from the Southeast Georgia Health System, Camden Campus auxiliary to Taylor Coffel, Alyssa Truong and Leah Register. Whatever you can do, or dream you can, begin it. Boldness has genius, power and magic in it. ~Johann Wolfgang von Goethe Annalee McPhilony presents University of Alabama scholarships to McKensie McGrath, Alexander Anklam, Hailey Chinen and John Gibbons.

51 Thursday, May 25, 2017 PARAGON Anne Wojcik, Brandy Fournet and Matthew Doughty present the Spirit of a Hero Scholarship to Hailey Chinen. Keith Post and Gary Pugh present at St. Marys Submarine Museum scholarship to Samantha Wenum and Daniella Imgrund. Kaitlyn Richardson and Anderson McNeil receive the Tricia and Charlie Smith Scholarship. I ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel. Maya Angelou David Costa and Lena Brathwaite Bell present Youth Engaged in Leadership scholarships to Aren Tolbert and Kimberly Wolfe.

52 30 PARAGON 2017 Thursday, May 25, 2017 Tom Jones presents Warren A. Bailey Fine Arts Scholarship to Brian Castro and Kaitlyn Richardson. Wendy Stanley presents Piedmont College scholarships to Harris Sailors and James Hodges. Yvonne Hawkins and Susan Lee present the Solomon Sparks Scholarship from the Camden County Retired Educators Association to Morgan Boyd. Herb Rowland present the Thomas E. Rowland Memorial Scholarship to John T. Jones, Tara Blecher and James Grant. Strive not to be a success, but rather to be of value. Albert Einstein I attribute my success to this: I never gave or took any excuse. Florence Nightingale You miss 100 percent of the shots you don t take. Wayne Gretzky thing is the decision to act, the rest is merely tenacity. Amelia Earhart Every strike brings me closer to the next home run. Babe Ruth

53 Thursday, May 25, 2017 PARAGON Rachel Baldwin presents the Kings Bay Employer Committee scholarship to senior Christopher Jackson. Andre Bissainthe, Anthony Carter, Bunmi Smith, Denton Spencer, Bryce Crew, Antonio Stewart, Lucas Nelson and Chris Jackson Congratulations Class of 2017 Wrestlers on making history! 2017 State Champions 2016 State Champions 2015 State Champions 2014 State Runner-ups Tom Schwartz presents a DECA scholarship to Michaela Cogswell. DAVID CREW Your Local Farmers Agent E KING AVE STE C KINGSLAND, GA FI P17 CONGRATS Class of 2017 Sam Colville and Barbara Johns present the Kings Bay Navy League scholarship to Grayson Roach. Advanced Rehabilitation would like to congratulate the seniors of Camden County Hight School, and wish you well with all your future endeavors! Physical Therapy Sports Medicine Athletic Training Industrial Rehab Lead.Serve.Advance ar p Lindsey Lane Kingsland, GA Brunswick St. Simons Folkston Fernandina Yulee A team approach to healthy living

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