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Celebrating 64 Years In The Tampa Bay Area -11-"Roundup Ida ilias 123-usp ambers SEE STORY ON PAGE 3 KINDERGARTEN KIDS PRESENT AT ALUMNI DAY Booker T. School held its first Alumni Day event on Friday, February 20, 2009 at the school. Kenya Jones and Olivia Brown Andrew coordinated the Aiumhi Day event and invited alumni of the school to participate. The kindergarteners gave a presentation on the Black Cowboy and drew rave reviews. Sitting are: Savage, Daiteanna Larry, Zaria Collins, Demarion Hopkins, Maurecia Montgomery, Sedria Oliver, Raykario Iverson, Christopher Estrada and Esteban Va;!:quez. Standing are: Eliayah Philyor, Jean Brutus, Chasity Horne, Miracle Rodgers, Monajha Brown, Alexander Young, Noraya Harrison, Trenyce Hammond, Jaheim Thomas, Michael Baron, Breonna Robinson and Ashantinia Barnes. Kindergarten teachers are: Felecia Bryant, Iva Yoeman, Jacqueline J'o rter, Sara Holley, Vernetta Cochran and Yvonne Alexander. The principal is Jason Pepe. (Photograph by Brunson) -,. HCC Exhibit Captures Civil RigldS SEE PAGE 6 5111 Brader Chosen National Conference -.. SEE PAGE 6 -.. .,.., _ Children's Brd. Picks Pledge To Sene SEE PAGE 2 Tip Leads To ATM Robber's Amlst SEE PAGE 17

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m r-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------0 0 N Features >a: < ::J a: In w LL >"' < Governor Appoints Five To C hildren's Board East Tampa Residents Tired Of living In Fear BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter C Governor Charlie Crist ffi has announced reappointand appointments for the Children's Board of Hills County. Valerie H. Goddard, President and C.E.O. of Child Care Solutions Unlimited, and past Board Chair, was reappointed for a term of 3 Retired DACCO Counvery proud of two initiatives that were completed during last term as Board Chair. Those initiatives are a fleXible funding pool for rough County families, and other is the Family Supand Resource Centers. Ms. Goddard describes first term as being very lert.lighte:nirll!: and educational. "It was new and we had established our spoategic I needed to get an idea a: where the course was' charte_d. It's importanftQ m,e w reach as many people as can." prosperous times and m now she has a better undet::::1 ,..uucu"" of the broader coma.. ..... .. .,; .. "This term will be more ...J The fiscal di. ...J has severely impacted i at a time when the ..J is the greatest. It will be tough to meet all of their i= needs". ffi "We are refocusing our eftn forts to provide the critical services. A lot of time has ii: been putting in systems 0 and mfrastructure, and it may be necessary to scale back in some areas and target those resources where they are needed the most." Ms. Goddard said they've been forced to form solid partnerships now to maxi. mize all of their resources. ifwe can come collabo rate, outdollars will stretch further." . . "To clarify a point, the nom inating committee has put to gether a slate in which I will 'be iloii_linated, to remain as Chair, but not officially until the vote is ratified at the board 111eeting in March : ".,;:. Pete Edwards said as ; a board merliber, he will always try .to set re!llistic gmils for hiinself : ' My board appointment means that one of my goals has been obtained, and I'm staying committed to my principles and the art of giv ing back. I'm trying to pro vide positive .mentorship. "I've worked in different facts of government and they Robert "Pete" Edwards and his grandson, Marlon. Last Wednesday's College Hill Crime Watch meeting was not attended by many from East Tampa, but those in attendance all complained about the same problem. Residents living in the area of 29th Street, Lake Avenue, Machada and Potter Streets, all complained about prostitu tion and .Qrug activity on ,their streets. One resident said it had gotten so bad, he can't find a place to park his car when he returns home. "We need to do whatever is necessary to make sure our residents are safe," said Crime Watch Chair, Cynthia Few. all put me in a position to "We stay in contact with our make a difference." officers in the area, and we Edwards said he's been understand they can only do encouraged 'to continue to so qmch. But, this is a reocseek position s that Will give curring problem and some him an opportunitY to make times we feel we're beirig arjy :Petter. ignored." : a,n a.dvocate for qualResidents !ilso said they are it:y'. programming, a .ndmak-that the city's Noise Or : cing sure taxpayet dollarS are dinance isn!t being enforced . ta.Is o plan to "Residents havetold me they take courses so 1 ean teach on are awakened from their beds the elementary school level. by the loud music coming I'm grateful for this appointfrom cars," said Ms. Few. ment and to all the people "They've told me who encouraged me to keep call police, nothing is done. going". They feel helpless and think "We have too many chi-no one cares about prob. lems. Some even think ldren going into foster care, are intentionally being forced prison or committing suicide. out of their homes., We also need more commuCitizen Advisory Ghairman, nity involvement and to get said what's community agencies ingoing oil \s not the fault. of volved." the police. Otherboard appointments "We sometimes forget we were John G. Evon, Ill, have a part to play in all this," Christopher Brown, and said Denson. Susan P. Schneider. "As citizens, .w.e,haVf!'fo start Reporter Leon B. Crews We can be reached . (81.3) also need to understand that if 248-oz:z4; or e-mailed we dori't get satisfaction at CAPT. ROCKY'RATLIFF ..... promises to help elderly residents -in fear of leaving their homes. help the Tampa Police Department clean up 'their qf drugs : and prostitUtion '' ., ., ; 'They met .With police .::arid Code Enforcement offices -and : need help so : sleep af night arid won'fbe afraid towalkfn said Ms: Few "They want plain-clothed narcotic police and special agents to help alleviate the on. going problem." There are seven crime watch associations and tWenty churches in the East Tampa area. Some have signedthe petition being circulated by the Crime Watch group. :. Tampa Police Distri d III Captain, Rocky Ratliff, said they are working hard to alle viate the problems in those areas. .-.-aware of the activity and we want the same thing the residents want". one level of law enforcement, keep going up until you do." Residents have put together "We have our QUAD Squad working in the area and we have targeted some residences and people who are : causing the problems. We need the crime watch group llluch as ,.BUILQING GyR N.VION'S FUlURE Rev.,.nd W.D. Sirna i Putor 3716 E. Lake:Ave. .. Tampa, FL (813) 621-5038 'Train up a child In the way he should fio: So whflll he Is 0/d he wUI not depart from it. P!Ovelba 22:8 I 0 Celebrating 6L/reH/r# of Commitment to Community, : Excellence & Journalism a petition they want for warded to the office of Governor Charlie Crist. are asking for state officers to they need us, and I hopl 'i{e 'will -be aile .. oontim.te,. to work ... H ealth foruiD ,.; Cholester111 Screening Cholesterol screeningS Will tie held from 8 m. -12 noon for the Florida Prostate Cancer Net work Men's Health Forum. The forum will be held on Saturday, March 7, 2009 at the Dale Mabry Campus of Hillsborough Community College. Please register for the forum by calling (813) 870-4747, or if you wish to volunteer, please call (813) 928-3742.

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Features -1 c m (J) c Gang Roundup Results In 123 Arrests 'TI m CD J:J c )> EMILIO ALLEN Last week, the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office Gang Suppression Units and other law enforcement agen cies participated in a county: wide roundup of suspected gang members. Spokesman J. D. Callaway said initially, 72 arrests were made. However, other gang members have been identified and the total num ber will be 123. Below is a listing of several arrested: Shane Anthony, Jamison Bell (Indicted), Joshua Bell, Alex Berrien, Philip Bradley, Darius Buckins, David Bullock (Indicted), Martis Bunton, Jr., Jerrick Bynum, Tauronne Clayborn, Noah Dorsey, Jimmie Lee Ford, Jules Gachette, Devon Goodman, David Graham, Terrell Graham, Donald Green, Jermaine Greene, Tevaryo La'James Hayes, Mark Hill, Donnie Hollis, Joshua Howard, Shawn . ALEX BERRIEN PHILIP BRADLEY Howard, Darnell Adron Jackson, Calvin Jenkins, Elliot Joyce, Darnell Levins, Michael McCode, Darrell Dwayne McCullough, Vincent Monroe, Antuan Odom, Joretha Pierce, Marquist Polite, Craigory Glenn Reeves, Burall Durall Reynolds, Allen Sharp, Martin Sneed, Noval Tayloz:, Jermaine Walker, Cedric Washington, Referral Service (813) 495-3702 TAURONNE CLAYBORN MARTIS BUNTON Durrell Washington, Mitchell West, Derryn Williams and Derod Young. JAMISON BELL NOAH DORSEY Some of the gangs they are associated with are SUR 13, Bloods, 82nd Street, PV SHANE ANTHONY DARIUS BUCKINS J:J -< 1\) 1\) 0 0 CD "T1 Boys, Tre-4, Raw Dawgz, 1 Folk Nation, Nuccio Boy, and 0 Goyams. :!! g 'Pursuit 01 Excellence' Institute Graduates 10 (J) m z -t z m r-1 CD c rrm -t With the unemployment rate for African American males peaking at 14 .8% in Tampa, many are. seeking opportunities and encouragement to face the days ahead. To address the rising and disparate unemployment rates among African American men, Seagram's Gin brought its landmark job training and mentoring program, "The Pursuit of Excellence Institute," to Tampa. The focal point of the program was a rigorous, four week training session fund-(;)d by Seagram's Gin and admftristered by the Corporation to De.ve.lop Communities of Tampa. This year's program ran from Monday, January 26 through Friday', February 20, 2009, culminating with .graduation reception .. on Tuesday (today), with local celebrities and <;ivic luminaries in . . The. Tampa : for the 2009 Seagrarri'"s Gin Pursuit of Excellence Institute were: Aaron Childs, 28; Will Cobbs, III, 29; Aaron Dixon, 28; Marques Johnson, 26; Anthony Lane, 26; Armand Overstreet, 25; Alfred Peterson, 26; Allyn Raphael, 28; Jamal Washington, 26, and Johnny Wright Jr., 26. Gibbs is a graduate of Bloomingdale High School and has 5 years of experience in the banking industry. "My goal after high school was to be an entrepreneur. I From left to right (front row): Armand Overstreet, Allyn Raphael, Johnny Wright, Jr., Will Cobbs, III, and Marques Johnson. Back row (left to right): Aaron Dixon, Anthony Lane, Jamal Washington, Aaron Childs, and Alfred Peterson. was offered a job with "A lot of networking tools Chase-Manhattan Bank. were provided and interact-After the layoffs, I got into ing with men from the 100 z "tJ c: m r-u; .::::t m c m < m -t c m en c )> z c the trucking business. Black Men Organization :B "Learning how to network, was critical." 0 gi:v..e back to the community Johnson said he's in a >-and other factors drew me very competitive field and to this program. It now he_ feels better about all of us the proper choice and how to to help proceed a pgtential gobdjob." ... . -----em.t ployers. ...... Cobbs said he would rec.''I went to college on a ommend this program to track scholarship, so the any yo ;qng mfin with goals aGadelll! c part or th-e desire to be more thing I had to really cpnceri-than that he is today. trate on. Now, I've galned a "This is an oppoi'tunity to lot of knowledge I w
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(j) 0 0 C\1 ""!j'C\1 >a: <( ::> a: Ill w u.. >" < c en w ::> ._ Editorials & Columns FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN ( U S P S 202-140) 2207 2 1st Avenue T a mpa Flor ida 33605-(813) 2481 92 1 Publi s h ed E very Tuesday a nd Frid ay By FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., Member of Natio nal Newspap e r Publi s h e rs Ass oc i atio n (NNPA) and Am a lgamated Publi s h e rs, Inc., New Yor k 1990 94 CP Tim e lnt e rnationa l POSTMASTER: Send Addre s s Chang e To: Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P O Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Periodical Postage Paid At Tampa FL W.W. Andrews 1874-1931 (1919) C Blythe Andrews 1901-19n (1945) Founders C. BLYTHE ANDREWS, JR., CHAIRMAN S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER GWEN HAYES, EDITOR IRIS HOLTON, CITY EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS ADVERTISING DIRECTOR KEITH GEORGE, CIRCULATION AND PRESS DIRECTOR Subscriptions-$44 .D0-6 Months Both Editions : $87 00 Per Year Both Editions Opinions expressed on editorial pages of this newspaper by Column ists or Guest Wrtters, do not necessarily reflect the editortal stance of The Florida Sentinel Bulletin or the Publisher Happy 100th Birthdav, NAACP A s the month of February comes to a close and the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) nears the end of its month-long tooth anniversary celebration, we conu. gratulate its leadership, members, supporters and vole unteers for its legacy of vigilance over equal rights and freedom for Black Americans. > Marking one century since its founding, the NAACP unveiled its civil and human rights agenda for the first en year of its next Called its Centennial Agenda, the NAACP plans to direct its efforts and ener._ gies towards developing safe communities, good > schools and a fair chance for all Americans. t w Calling for the creation of policing standards for Gi more effective law enforcement in all communities c and alternatives to incarceration, the NAACP hopes to W build safer communities by reducing the high rate of unsolved violent victimization in Black communities. ::::; Increasing access and affordability to post secondary education, as well as, improved assessments criteria D.. and technology for preparing students for a global Z market are goals set for improving American schools' fjj responsiveness to the needs of children of color. To -J achieve a fair chance for all Americans, the NAACP _,J ::> proposes close monitoring of the stimulus package to prevent discrimination in its implementation; closing employment disparities, strengthening job discriminaZ tion enforcement agencies, protecting against discrimination in lending and housing artd reducing health w disparities. en As if signaling its continued relevancy in today's world, this past weekend, the NAACP called for a boyl:t cott of the New York Post because of a racist cartoon 0 featured in its most recent edition, calling it "an invitation to assassinate Barack Obama." Yes, we need the NAACP as much today, as 100 years ago. : a Nightmare Waiting To Happen Drive through many minorit_Y-. or poor Tampa neighborhood just after sunset, and chances are you'll see streets teaming with children riding bikes, playing ball, running and jumping. And if you look just over their heads, where shadowing oaks and palm trees should you will probably see are poles arid towers sagging with power lines, as well as, cellular telephone towers arrayed like metal trees ... all of them, in our neighborhoods .. each of them wreaking possible havoc on the health and safety of our children. That's if you believe the argument that there's a possibility power-lines and cellular-phone towers, when placed in the midst of communities, may well be a or:t cause for cancer and other diseases. Our elementary, w e, middle and high school principals are being asked to make up their minds as to whether they either believe Haiti: The Beginning And Slavervl Two recent media pic tures have had more impact on me over the past two months than any picture I have seen in a long time. The first one was of a 4year-old little girL There she was hanging there in the strap of a scale used to weigh her her sad, beautiful eyes staring straight into my heart. The picture and her face have been emblazoned in my mind for months. Hers was the face of hunger that stalks the children of Haiti. Swollen stomach, stick-like limbs and ribs that protrude for easy counting, are all the signs of starvation that exist among many of Haiti's children today. Equally as stark was the second picture, one of a Haitian woman sitting on the dirt floor of her banana thatch home, making mud cakes for her family's meal, a Haitian staple for many fam ilies, made of dirt, water and sugar (if any sugar is avail able). Thankfully, unlike at least 26 other children who died of starvation, the 4-year-old girl received emergency treatment at a hospital for her malnourishment, and continued food aid for her family Of course, you know the pictures and subsequent discussions with some of our Haitian colleagues prompted me to start a series on Haiti yesterday and today. Yesterday, in 1492, Christopher Columbus landed on Haiti's shores, which were inhabited at the time by Taino Indians, an Arawak people, and claimed the island for Spain. Columbus renamed the island, La Isla Espanola or Hispaniola (The Spanish Island) and established a small settlement there. Just as in America, when the Europeans arrived and Haiti' s indigenous people nearly became extinct because of disease and sla very, many of them fled to the mountains. Later, British, Dutch and French pirates claimed the northern and western coasts of the island, with France claiming control of the western part of the island by 1664, naming it SaintDominique and establishinf the first permanent French settlement Tobacco, indigo, cotton, cacao and later sugar and coffee farming led to the importation of slaves from hundreds of different African tribes. Nearly one million slaves were imported to Haiti and the slave population always exceeded that of the white population, sometimes by more than 15 to one Thus, slaves were able to maintain their culture until the end of French rule Indeed, the "folk-religion of voodoo beliefs and practices from Guinea, Congo and Dahomey" merged with Catholicism and is widely practiced there today. Of course, there were fre quent slave rebellions, which caused many slaves to escape to the mountains where they formed communities of maroons, some intermarrying with the dwindling number of Taino. From there, escaped slaves launched raids on outlyinf plantations, freeing other slaves. One of the most famous slave rebellion leaders was a voodoo priest by the name of Mackandal, who "united the maroon communities and spent six years raiding plantations and killing over 6,ooo people." Eventually, he was captured and burned alive in a public square. So, how an island that at one time produced 40 per cent of all the sugar and 60 percent of all the coffee con sumed in Europe ; now finds itself in the throes pf hunger and deprivation is a my stery worth unraveling and a l es son worth learning. That one third of all of the plantation property was once owned b y people of color makes the lesson even more fascinat ing. Harambee! or disbelieve. At the end of their answers is a possibility that their schools might get a sizable reward to help a cash-strapped school system. Hillsborough County school principals are being courted by a bevy of cellular telephone companies and their associates to allow them to place cell-phone to-wers where school recess property used to be. "EVERYBODY'S DOING IT," shouts cellphone representatives, who point out, within a 40 mile radius of DowntoWn Tampa, 103 cell-phone towers currently stand, while AT&T has plans to plant 18 more. .Bristling like a cactus, t9wer could b r,jqg .its JlP les,s; than $45,000 annually, "with no capital outlay from the school." But there's one little problem. The tower and power it puts out may be dangerous to human health! So, what's a school,system to do? suggest Hills. County School System what any organization would do, when all the facts are not in. We suggest the School System should wait before it takes the money! If;": f I () I I) ,\ Place A Florida Sentinel Newsrack In Great Places 18131 248-1921 Ask For Keith or Adan1s

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-1 c: m en c 'TI m m ::0 c: )> An Evervday Oscar You Need To See An Agent ::0 -< 1\) 1\) 0 0 c.o I h av en t y et gotteri to,.e arid awa rd e d with "The Curious Case of their o w n unique Os ca r a B enjamin Button" s t a tuette dressed in fire hat, Neither have I gotten r a incoat a nd fire axe to c om to seeing the Oscar-nomin a t-memorate the sensitive and e d movies "Doubt," ''The often superhun_1an cqptribu-Wrestl e r " Milk "Aus tralia dons such ,rpen .and. or a toprated films. But I've seen m y not wife take care of a noq -sto p The men and women who ho\lsehold, .,24-7, for 360 days, comprise hospital staffs . the 'aritr" r ;in ''C!opvin c -ed that docto rs nurses-aides, woman deserves an Academy surgeons and administrative award! staff who make certain that a Yes, along with millions of healing hand is open and viewers around the world I available for everyo-ne regard-watched this year' s Oscar less of color, d a ss or financial awards, and was bowled over ability, such men and women by the timeless beauty of most assuredly deserve to be Sophia Loren. I was touched called up and applauded by by the words and accomplish-every hand who has ever been ments reviewed repeatedly, given care. The music should on fuat show. But it got me to crescendo and an audience _thinking should rise to its feet! .. In the And indeed, others also drama pf ou:r lives, how come mind. The in en and people d9. we know, women who-Withoutfanfare per s onally C?r vicaryousiy, .collect our and more--than deserve their own refuse,. twice weekly, who i .. academy award? There must keep us ftorn squalor and disb : e millipris . ... ease that would certainly Take fodnstance, school ove'rtake oui comn:mnities if teacliers who get befor e they dedded not to fulfill sun wakes up, five days a their duties ; deserve an Oscar week to: gree t y6 u ng 'iri"i'ilas Je>.ri .theirlto-il!. And,st:iU ttWe a -nd o feacH ;youn g no _-.1hav:e sa y thank -matter what you -young min<;ls might manifest . pfficial o r 1 Most certainly-the men and hir:ed who w o me n who b r a v e morning works diligently an q daily at traffic and set aside their own the same job, for years-with-_ I t is scar y to know just how 'littl e Americans kpow about insur a n c e Most policyholders bother to e v en read the ir p olic y when there is sb much in it th a t the insured person needs ito k no w r ns 'tHe misinformation that they have regarding their insurance Most policy holders don t know the difference between bodily injury insurance and property damage insurance. They think that the two coverages are one and the same. They aren't. PIP (Personal Injury Protection) insurance is often misunderstood. Far too many people think that PIP is a Liability Insurance It isn t It does not cover anyone injured or anyone's property that .is damaged PIP pays medical for you and some others under cercircumstances. You need to talk to your. insurance about this coverage Another insurance coverage y ou need to t a lk to y our agent in details a bout is uninsured your car i s stolen? D o you know that if they don t find motorist cov erage Uninsured y our s tolen car in 30 days the Motori s t Insurance is prob a -insurance compa n y must bl y the most mi'sunderstood declare your c a r a tota l loss insurance the re is So many and pay you for it? people talk to me about un i n. AI\ of this is in your polic y ; sured motorist " read it and don; t it is the cure-all insurance. understand call your insur-: It is not. ance agent. .. ance is a very important a nd -insurance (H.O ) policy? If much needed It you don't, you need one. It covers you for bodily : in}ilr y Will co veryour house if some only if you get in 'to a wreck one breai<.s into your home with an at-fault : but. : insured., anc;L'steals your personal motorist It does not' nx you r . . or damages any of it. car, provide for a rental car or If your house burns, they pay for any medical treat:.-. will repair, replace or pay you ment short of a liability setfor it. Your H .O. will tlement. provide personal liability, pay So many, people don t know for a place for you .to stay in -n the difference between colli. case your house -becomes r-sion and comprehensible. For_ unlivable because of a peril. 0 example, you need to know Insurance is a wonderful that if yqur car is stolen, collithing .to have But the )> sion does -not provide cover_ holders need to know en age, but comprehensive does. covers. Tqo rriany of us don Let me ask you this: Do you know . . . ::f know that Collision So folks, talk to your agent z Insurance provides you With about putting an a rental car for 30 days if program il]-place : . a, c:, r r m '::! z "D c: 'at r. en :::1: m c woes and emergencies to take out-end deserves some sort of on the role of educators statuary award, for the fact ... With libertvAnd Justice For-All' m < m ::0 deserve a Hollywood acclaim that no matter what they But the awards shouldn't stop feared or coveted, they did for In America, some Black with teachers. us all what was necessary in History Month celebraMen and who dare order for us to maintain a tions of 2009 and the to wear badges oflaw commendable quality of life. events that led up to them ment, never knowing whether Yes they, too, deserve will probably be recorded in or not they may live to see Academy awards. history as the most eventful. their loved ones at the end of I've often wondered . 'This may be true, but we a day, most certainly deserve whether a Hollywood actor's should riot forget that if it -were not for the writing, Academy awards Not for the life was indeed, more reward-reading and declaration of chara : cters they play but for ing than a life of the script. the Emancipation Proclama-the' childl' eters they live, do less day-to-day But here late-tion, none of the events of police "_{)ffi e e t s, -deputy sher-ly, I have ceased to wonder. the past 21 months would be iffs ; stlife troopers and any For, now I know. The greatest at all possible. ,. 0th e r d aw enfo h :errientj cri:mi.:. ( ; -clH#Mcters a-ren t Bogey or over the world pe opia nal :professional Bacall They're folks like yoti of African descent have much deserve to be called up on a and me ... common folks who to be thankful for, as we world stage and celebrated. never get a curtain call t-hat c come froitra mighty' l6hg'Way Fi r efighters w ho ; risk thei r : dde'Srt't mean they d on' t to g e \ to this point StiJII/' \v e lives to save our"lives, no matdesetve one. So, Hollywood, must not allow ter the time or circumstance, one more Oscar, for the combecome so content arid satis-should-be shouldered up, mon folks! fled that we think our work is "T!Je vo.ite : Speakingfor Itself" ' (813) 248-1921 --done. As a matter of fact, our work is just beginning. After hundreds years of freedom, African descendants today still feel the sting of racism. and h -atred from American slavery. Propo"' nents of slavery, now and then, explain that slavery in America was "(or the good of the -while some attempt to confound us to allegiance and duty none of which is justifiable or com-< forting, to say the least. want to forgive and forget -1 Because this country has why our husbands, fathers, C: elected its first African-nephews and cousins, make {B American president, some up more than half of the total C believe that the "sins of our population in American pris-past are gone, forgiven and ons today? )> forgotten. Black History Month 2009 Z But, the heart is deceitful has left us exhausted and C aboveallthings,.anddesper-refreshed. Furthermore, :B ately wicked, who can kriow there is no dictionary, refer-6 it? 7 : 9... ence material (online or not) To forgive lS to grant rehef or encyclo edia that will from payment" or "two cease ? to .ceel t t .. COII}\qrt 4fncan descendants l' resen 1 1 b 0 ..u.:. d h d on the other o o to ec1p er an is "to lose the remembrance answer any of the above of' or better yet, "to disre-' of these gard intentt6naDy."' ... '.. Mil attempt to declare The_ operative word, of that_ if not for racism, )"Ould course, is "intent'ionally" in Ainerica have been which tip yet another such a remarkable commodi-discussion of our purpose ty or profit? and yes, intent. Therefore, it is not left up .What of forgetting to all Americans to plunge will explam than a intq healing the wounds and century later, m.Ilhons of "sins of our past" that we of become a better nation? Is it m th1s country still hve m t b t h rty? no meum en upon eac pove a f h Where in our hearts i13 the every one 0 us t at. we place for forgiveness that jus-' hve up and most certamly tifies our children having the bear witness to our attest-lowest reading level of any ment, "One nation under other racial group in this GOD, indivisibl
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0) g Local N -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------..; Fifth Grader Selected For Junior National Young Leaders Conference < :;:) a: Dl w LL BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter > Mrs. Latosha Strong is a (5 proud mom, and the achieveffi ments of her daughter, Bre:;:, anna Christian, have come 1-at no surprise. Breanna is a 5th grade student at Wes tShore Ele mentary School and she s been selected to represent her school and the State of Florida at the Junior Na tional Young Leaders Confer ence. The conference will be held this summer in Wash ingtqn, D.C. Breanna was nominated by her teacher, Ms. Michelle Sund, who recognized her as an outstanding student who has achieved academic excellence and pos sesses strong lead ership potential. Mrs. Strong said Breanna is her youngest child and she's very proud of her. "She s always been a great child She s very BREANNA CHRISTIAN -.. energetic_: and loves to learn. She prefers being on the computer and trying to learn more than playing. She told me she wants to be a doctor and deliver babies. She loves babies, and always completes all of her tasks. Sheeven tutors some of her classmates." Breanna will join a select group of middle school stu dents from aiQUnd the country for the educational experienC:e of a lifetime She will also visit the many museums and monuments in Washington, D.C. as well as Harpers Ferry in West Virginia. Unfortunately the school can t pay for Breanna's trip to the Nation's Capitol, and Mrs. Strong is trying to raise funds to make sure Breanna experiences this event. Mrs. Strong can be con tacted by e-mail at hndstrong@yahoo.com by ahyone interested .in con tributing to send Breanna to}he leadership conference. New Exhibit Captures The Civil Rights Movement B e ginning on January 2oth and ending February 28, 2009, the Dale Mabry Cam pus of Hillsboro'ugh Commu-nity College Art Gallery will c be housing a traveling art exa: hibit called "And Freedom LL For All." The exhibit captures a new < photographic documentary of the late Dr. Martin Luther c King, Jr. and the Civil ffi Rights Movement. :;::, One of two guest speakers 1-for the opening, Ken Anfj: thony, President of the . Tainpa Bay Black Heritage W Festival, said he thought the just fantastic, "I think with the election of our first Mrican American :;::, President Barack Obama, a. this exhibit is perfect. "I think it's a brilliant eduW cational tool for today's stuj dents or: those who never experienced segregation and _:. racism. I think if they go see W this exhibit, they will get a better perspective of what 1t z was all about." Anthony said the exhibit < covers accurately the era durC ing the historic "March On Washington," and all the peo..J ple who were instrumental in LL taking part in that historic event. "Rights and fr&dom is still being fought for today," said Anthony. "I think the con trast be tween then and now is re markable, especially the significance of the Lincoln Memorial having a role then and today during the inaugu ration of President Obama." The entire event was coor dinated by Elsa M. Villa, Gallery Coordinator for the Dale Mabry Campus Art Gallery. Villa said she and Anthony started a year ago working on what they'd bring in as an exhibit. "We both wanted a living historical exhibit. "I think with the point of reference on the election of President Barack Obama, the exhibit was perfect for the children and others who knew nothing about the Civil Rights Movement. Lately, more people have learned about the struggles of that Movement." Villa said she's had large classes who have seen the ex hibit since it opened. '"We opened the same day as the inauguration and at tendance was slow at first, but has picked up rapidly. "I've had people who were a part of the March On Wash ington visit the exhibit and they all thought it was fascinating. I've also talked to a teenager who was thrilled about that part of Black His tory." Ms. Ellie Gilder, who as a volunteer was instrumental in getting the exhibit in the art gallery, said she thought it was very interesting and it de picts a turning point in America. "In the space of 5 years, John F. Kennedy, Dr. King, and Bobby Kennedy were assassinated. 'Fhe ex hibit is well worth seeing. "We spent a lot of energy getting it down here ahd a lot of students have passed through and they were all in awe. For those of us who lived during the era, the exhibit re ally meant a lot." Ms. Gilder said it was also a sad time in our history, and she hopes we all learned a lot from that experience. Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or e-mailed at lcrews@flsenti-nel.com. From left to right: Elsa Villa, Ken Anthony, Ernest Hooper, Dr. Mary Ben-Dixon, andMs. Ellie Gilder. ' The "And Freedom For All" exhibit at the HCC Dale Mabry

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Birthday Greetings Happy Birthdav Walter WALTER WALT, DAD And BIG BRO WALTER God love s u s in spite of... and we love you. Words cannot explain how much you are missed. Love, mom Issac, Anyla, Big Bro-"D. J. Slim". SHIMA ''They say pictures speak a thousand words and yes, they were right." First, I'd liketo thank the Man upstairs for allowing me to see _another birthday because. without Him nothi _ng is possible. Secondly, I'd like to thank Him for giving me two wonderful kids and a magnificent soul mate and with a package deal like this I can't So, I say to myself, "keep up the good and keep on doing what you'r e doing." MAAndPA With unconditional love and understanding, Pa, happy birthday to you. Love, Ma. Pre-Schools-Kit1dergartet1 806 N Albany Avenue (Corner Albany & State) 50 Years Of Students Ages 3-Kindergarten Safe & Loving E 6:30a.m.-6:00p.m. Lunches & Snacks Professional Teachers For Registration Information Call 25.1 Happy Birthdav Mich.elle Blake Michelle Blake w a s the guest of honor at a party recognizing her birthday on January 31st. The party was held at the Harris Hall in Palm River (Photos by Micheal P. Floyd) Birthday honoree, Michelle Blake and Hakeem Mosley. ' 'ALICE HALL"' .. 11 ': Boone. Nikki and Qiana Jackson. Eddie and Angie Martin. -i c m CJ) c "T1 m OJ :::0 c )> :::tJ -< I\) I\) 0 0 z c ., ::D c

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0) 0 0 C\1 Local Hillsborough countv Hosts 11th Annual Black Historv Program w c w ::1: en :::l ID ::J Q. z ti _. _. ::J ID ...:. w z i= z w en a: 0 _. LL. Ms. Janee Murphy, JarVis El Arnin, and Ms. Ella Coffee attended the 17th Annual Black Heritage Program sponsored by Hillsbortiugb. CoUilty. an 3t Ministers Of God Ministries 1512 E. Dr., Tampa, FL33sos > SSnior Pastor ... Saturday, February 28,. 2009 (Men Out) 1 P.M. -.. -3 P.M. DR. H. L BURCH The Way Of The Word Ministries Jacksonville, FL The Teen Ministry Of Greater New Hope Anointed Ministries 709 N. Park Rd ... Plant City 33566 Invites 8th Graders, High School Students & Parents J"o Our I st Annual College_ Saturday, February 28th 9 A.M. -I .,.M From Colleges And Universities, Technical Institutes And Community College I '' Breakout Sessions: financial Aid, Managing Classes An. d Extra Curricular Activities, Safety, Stress Management, SAT/ACT Tips, Making Quality Decisions Guest Speaker: Ms. Cross Career And College Specialist, Kathleen High 2008 Florida Mentor Of The Year; Secured Over $7 Milli.on In .Scholar:ships for Students For More Information, Call (81 l) 754-1626 Pastor Calvin E. Calllns, Sr., Pastor Mrs. Freddie J. Hudson, right, the honoree of the 2009 Legacy Award, is shown with her daughter, Attorney Erika Salter, of Dallas, Texas. County Administrator Pat Bean is shown with Mrs Freddie Hudson, recipient of the 2009 Legacy Award. DR. HAZEL HARVEY JIM THOMAS Elder Michelle B. Patty, Ms. Dara Chenevert, Ms. Norene Miller, and Ms. Lanita Brown attended the Hillsborough County 17th Annual Black Heritage Program. Some of those on hand for the Ms. Yvonne Johnson;
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Local USF Honors Sororities Heads As Kente Award .Recipients The University of South Florida honor e d Dr: Paulette Walker and Attorney Carolyn House Stewart as recipients of the Kente Award. The theme for the program was, "Honoring Two Great Ladies Heading Two Great Sororities." This marks the first tiiJle two women hofdii1g comparable posi tions in their respective sorority have been honored simultaneously. This also marks the first time that two women holding the same office in their respective sorority h ave lived in the same city. Attorney Carolyn House Stewart i s currently the International First Vice President of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc She is a graduate of the University of South Florida and currently practices law in Hillsborough County Dr. Paulette Walker currently serves as the Director of Undergraduate Programs and Internship College of Education, at USF She also serves as The National First Vice President of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. (Photographs by Brunson). USF President Judy Genshaft is shown with Dr. Paulette Walker, National First Vice President of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. USF President Judy Genshaft is shown with Attorney Carolyn House Stewart, International First Vice President of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Among those in attendance at the Kente Awards celebration were: State Senator Arthenia Joyner, Mrs. Sonja Garcia, State Representative Betty Reed, Mrs. Chloe Coney, City Councilwoman Gwendolyn Miller, and Ms. Pat Bean. Ms. Jessica List-Taylor of the USF Foundation, Ms. Brenda L. Walker, Ph. D., J.D., Dr. Samuel L. Wright, Sr., Ms. Donna A. Gatling, Ms. Carol Davis, of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., and Ms. Erika N. Salter, Esq., of Dallas, Texas, were in attendance at the Kente Awards ceremony. Williams IB Magnet PTA Receives National Award Recently Williams IB Middle Magnet School PTA, was cho se n among 32 school PTA Associations to receive a national award. Chosen as recipients by the National PTA, the school was presented a check for $1,897 to help the school pay for its "Take Your Family To SchooLWeek," actiVities. Charles "Chuck'' Saylors; of the National PTA Association will be the first male preside nt of the National PTA when he assumes that position in June. Students will highlight their world focus with cultural displays; family mini-courses on various native cooking, danci11g, and lan guages; and a Celebration of African American heroes. The amount of the check is symbolic of the day National PTA was founded, Feb 17, 1897. (Photographs by Brunson). -i c m CJ) 0 }< 'TI m Ill :::0 c )> :::0 -< 1\,) 0 0 <.0 "T1 r-0 ::c c )> CJ) m z :::! z m r-1 m c rrm :::! z "'tJ c: tD r-(i) ::::1: m c m < m ::c -< -f c: m CJ) c )> z c "T1 ::c 0 Ms. Karin Brown, Florida PTA President, Ms. Melissa Erickson, Williams PTA President, Ms. Susan Aspray, PTSA, Williams Secretary, Ms. Sheila Hutt, PTSA, Williams, Pat Harrell, Principal of Williams lB Middle School, Ms. Karol Kurdell, member of the Hillsborough County School District, President-Elect Chuck Saylors, and Steve Smitton are shown accepting the check. Courtney, Kamilla, Adrianna, Emelie, Amber, and Malikah were in attendance at the pre-G) sentation. m CD

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en 0 0 N N > a: < :::> a: m w u. < c tJ) w :::> ... Graduation Argosv Universitv Holds Commencement Ceremonv Recently, Argosy University held its Commencement Ceremony at the Tampa Theater. Wayne Shattuck, ofWFfS TV gave the Commencement Address. Among those earning degrees were: Dr. Bertha Louise Baker, Assistant Principal of Hillsborough High School, who was awarded her Doctor of Education Degree in Educational Leadership; Ms. Jennifer Lorraine Johnson, who graduated Magna Cum Laude, and who earned her Masters of Arts Degree in Guidance Counseling; and Jayson L. Caines, who earned his Masters Degree in Mental Health Counseling. Dr. Melanie Storms, Campus President, gave the closing remarks at the ceremony. The graduation celebration for Dr. Bertha Louise Baker, was held at the Colonnade Restaurant on Bayshore Blvd. Some of those in attendance were: Ms. Vicki Pitman, Ms. Doris Bailey, Ms. Teresa Mitchell, Ms. Janet Wallace, Ms. Gail Williams, Ms. Eunice Butts, Ms. Carolyn Banks, and Ms. Clareatha Witherspoon. (Photographs by Julia Jackson). Dr. Bertha Baker is shown with her motHer, Mrs. Betty Baker, who is also a retired educator. : Jayson Caines is shown with his mother, Mrs. Erina Caines. He recently graduated from Argosy University with a Master's Degree in Mental Health. Ms . Jennifer Lorraine Johnson, daughter of Bishop and Dr. Johnson, recei'\l'ed her Masters Degree in Guidance Counseling. She is shown with her mother. LiJ Some of the family members in attendance at the graduation Dr. Bertha Baker from -Argosy University were Mrs. Yvonne Vaas, Mrs. Betty Baker, Ms. Danielle LOpez, Mrs. Gail 0.: Williams, and Ny'aja Robley. Jose Lopez is shown with his mom, Dr. Bertha Baker, at her graduation.

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Pictures From The Past Friends, Mrs. I. S. Manning and Tom Kay chat during a dance. Miss Gwendolyn L. Martin are enjoying themselves at a fashion show. It w.S a chilly day when these students got together for this photo. Some are happy and others just want to get back where it's warm.

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Valentine Events Sulphur Springs Reunion Group Host Valentine's Ball Members of the Sulphur Springs Reunion Group held their. Valentine's Ball recently at the letter Carrier's Hall Th e event was well attended as former residents of the area came together for an evening of socializing (Photographs by Brunson). Miranda Mobley and Shaunee Garms were on hand to helo with the registration table. Mr. and Mrs. Andre Walker attended the Valentine's Reunion. Rhonda and Fabian took a few moments to pose for photographs at the Valentine's Ball. Rhonda and Fabian look a few moments to pose for photographs at the Valentine's Ball. Carl and Ronair were among those in attendance at the Sulphur Springs Reunion Valentine's Ball. Ms. Linda Haynes and Ms. Loretta Starks attended the social event held at the Letter Carrier's Hall. Valentine Concen Held At Ruth Eckerd Hall Residents from Tampa trav eled to Clearwater to attend V Valentine's Concert. The star of the show was Ms. Natalie Cole, the daughter of the late Nat King Cole. (Photos bw Julia Jackson). Vyrle Davis, shown seated, Ms. Mozell Da\Tis, and Ms. Delecda Tbimpson were among those who attended the held at Ruth EckerdHalh Among the concert goers at Ruth Eckerd Hall were: Shaw, Otella Edwards, Jestina Cox, Geraldine Smith Shaw, and Pete Edwards.

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Entertainment Rihanna Won't Discuss Chris Brown, But Thanks Fans RIHANNA LOS ANGELES --As police probe whether one of their own leaked a picture of a bruised and beaten woman that appears to be Rihanna, the image is sparking a discussion of the impact it could have on the issue of domestic vio lence. The celebrity Web site TMZ, posted the photo Thursday night, did not explain its origin. The site wrote only that it was taken after an altercation between platinum:selling singer and her boyfriend, fellow pop star Chris Brown. Los Angeles Police Chief William Bratton acknowledged Friday that the photo could prove embarrassing to the 'woman pictured, a view shared by some advocates for abused women. But in the welts and marks on the face of the woman in the photo, some also saw a teaching moment. "If it could happen to Rihanna, it could happen to anyone," said Kim Gandy, president of the National Organization for Women. There are an estimated 4.8 million domestic violence attacks on women and another 2.9 million attacks on men each year, according to the National Center for Injury Prevention and Control. Both women expected the image, which even Bratton wouldn't go so far as to confirm was Rihanna, could spark a new awareness about domestic violence From Hospital USHER the singer raised eyebrows when photos surfaced of the 30-year-old star strolling through the Sao Paulo-G u a r u l h o s International Airport and checking in for a states. bound flight. While Raymond is no longer hospitalized, it's unclear whether she remains in Brazil or has already departed for the U.S. Usher and his 37-yearold wife, who welcomed LOS ANGELES-Well, their. second son in this solo December, have declined and premature to release any details on departure from, BraziL , ,, ;her condition However, The R&B star!s wife, her plastic surgeon con-Tameka _Raymond, was firmed last week that released cfrom Sao Paulo's Raymond suffered car-Sirio-Libanis Hospital diac and respiratory arrest Tuesday night after sperid-while being anesthetized ing 11 days recuperating for the liposuction proce-from her ill-fated liposuc-dur. e. tion surgery. After doctors revived Though Usher was Raymond, she w.as placed quick to drop his Grammy in an induced coma for 24 commitments and rush to hours to avoid "unneces-his wife's side on Feb. 7, sary complications. Subscribe Todav! ., King Of Pop' Eves london Comeback Concens LONDON Pop megastar Michael Jackson is in talks with concert organis ers for a comeback series of .up to 30 live shows in London later this year.' The 50-year-old "King of Pop" could be set to play his first major concerts since his 2005 acquittal on child molestation charges London's 02 arena is reportedly competing with resort hotels in Las Vegas for the right to host the shows, which could net the fallen icon up to 150 million pounds, reports said. If the deal is confirmed, it would be a spectacular return to the limelight for Jackson, who dominated pop with hit albums like "Thriller" and "Bad" in the 1980s but has virtually van ished from public view since his trial. FLORIDA LOS ANGELES --Flo Rida is in a definite sunshine state of mind after taking down Eminem. For the second time in just over a year, Flo Rida has set a new record for digital downloads, as his new single, "Right Round," was downloaded a whopping 636,00-0 times last week, per Nielsen SoundScan.The rapper topped his own record. His 2008 track "Low" held the previous mark with 467,000 down loads. "Right Round" also set { a new record for a digital debut, t9pping Eminem, 50 Cent and Dr. Dre's Crach the Bottle," which scored 418,000 downloads just last week. Likewise, Flo Rida's new track displaced Em & Co .'s single at No 1 on Billboard's Hot 100 singles chart. Round," built around a sample of Dead or Alive's 1985 chart-topper "You Spin Me Round (Like a Record)," is the lead single from Flo Rida's forthcoming R.O.O.T. S., due out March 31. -t c: m (/) Perrv Reaches Box-Office Milestone With 'Madea' 0 "T1 m IJJ ::0 c: )> NEW YORK -Perry's "Madea Goes to jail" reigned at the week end box office opening with $41.1 million according to studio estimates Sunday It was the highest gross ing film ever for both Perry and the film's studio, Lionsgate. Since Perry's 2005 "Diary of a Mad Black Woman"-his highest pre vious debut with $30 million -the actor-director-producer's films have frequently opened strongly, while generating little mainstream buzz. Perry's box office clout has lessened recently, but the success of "Madea Goes to Jail" reinforces the notion that Perry draws the largest audience when he dons a frumpy dress as his trademark grandmother character, Madea. Steve Rothenberg, president of distribution at Lionsgate said the debut of "Madea" was the studio's best opening in its 14-year history. The studio's previous top opening was the $33.6 million debut of 2006's "Saw III." "You could argue that Madea is now the top female box office star in Hollywood," said Rothenberg, whose studio has distributed all seven of Perry's films, several of which were released straight to DVD. ''The character is one of the great screen creations of the last decade." ::0 -< 1\.) 1\.) 0 0 79 And 0 )> z 0 ., ::0 0 Latex Flat White Paint.. ........... $5.99 gal. Oil Outside White Paint.. ........ $14.90 gal Roller Pan Set.. ....................... $3.49 ea. 3" Brushes ................................. 99 ea. C) LIMIT 2 WITH THIS AD ONLY!! m

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."(7) 0 0 N -.:; N > -a: ca:: :J a: m W LL. > -Sports en w :J 1-All's Not Fair In Ravsville a it u.. a : z .-c. a en I'm not trying to start trouble in Raysville, the home of the Tampa Bay Rays But! All isn't fair in Raysville. One of the best players on the Rays' team is one of the lowest paid players on the team. No one can dispute that B. J. Upton is one of the main reasons the Rays. made it to the World Series last season. Yet, almost everybody on the team makes more money than B J. Upton is paid less than $500,000 a year. That is. garbage pay for a star like Upton. It is my opinion that B. J. ought to become a free agent as soon as he can. Girls State Starts -1-Wednesday The annual Girls State :-: Basketball Tournament W starts Wednesday at fa Lakeland Civic Center. No ii girls team from Tampa ::i will be_ there, because Jef"ferson ldst to Boco D. C 'eiga one game short of Z the State. ti Session one starts at 10 :I a. ln. The county won't be :J totally shut out, Tampa: m .!a Catholic girls team will be at the The tournai= ment will run through ffi= Saturday. There will be en three sessions each day. it 0 _, u. Buccaneers Need A Quarterback The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are getting ready for this year's college football draft. What are the Bucs thinking? Who will they draft? What positions are they trying to fill? I' know the Bucs just signed Luke McCowan to a two-year contract. I know they have veteran Brian Griese, and I know that they have labeled Josh Johnson as a future star. But, the Bucs need to consider drafting a good prospect early. A linebacker, a defensive back and a speedy wide receiver should also be at the top of the Bucs' wish list. This could very well be the last year for Derrick-Brooks and Ronde Barber. Buc fans are speculating on the dr.aft and holding their b:reath waiting to see who the new Bucs will be. These days, Doug Williams is a busy man. Tiger WO.Op_ Back To Work Golf can really get to be exciting again. The reason is, Tiger Woods goes back to work starting Wednesday in the World Golf Match Play Tournament. Woods is the defending champ in this event. Tiger has been off the tour for nearly nine months. How well will Tiger play? Those who know him have tagged him as the man to beat. Those folks say Woods is hitting the ball better than ever. His desire to win is as strong as ever. Watch the golf ratings go up. That's because Tiger is back. Monday-Saturday 8A.M.-7P.M. ... ... I I By Appt. ONLY FREE I Ask Us About Synthetic Hair Our Holiday Human Hair Available Specials! We Specialize In All Kinds Of Braids Boldin Gives Cardinals Deadline ANQUAN BOLDIN ARIZONA--For the past couple days, I heard receiver Anquan Boldin's willingness to re-sign with the team came with an expiration date. Boldin told XTRA-910's Mike Jurecki today that the deadline is Tuesday. By then, Boldin wants a seri ous offer from Cardinals. If he doesn't get one, he wants to be traded. That's part of the message Rosenhaus'.Jagent, Drew Rosenhaus, gave to GM Rod Graves in a meeting on Thursday. Bills' lnch Chllllll With 31aii-Related Mlsdemeaners MARSHAWN LYNCH CULVER CITY, CA -Buffalo Bills running back Marshawn Lynch was charged with three gunrelated misdemeanors Thursday after his arrest last week in Southern California. Lynch was charged in Los Angeles County Superior Court with pos sessing a concealed, loaded and unregistered firearm, police Detective Ryan Thompson said. Lynch was arrested on Feb; 11 after police smelled marijuana coming from a parked car that Lynch occupied with two other men. Officers searched the vehicle and found a loaded pistol nd four marijuana cigarettes. They did not book any of the men for any drug offenses. "We would have preferred no criminal charges. llowever, given that charges were filed we are pleased that they are misdemeanors as Qpposed to felonies," said Lynch's attorney, Gerald Schwartzbach Lynch' arraignment is scheduled for March S. likes, 49ers Mav. Make Trade Plav For Vick INDIANAPOLIS --_Two NFL teams with unsettled quarterback situations the. San Francisco 49ers and the Minnesota Vikings -might be interested in acqmnng suspended Atlanta Falcons star Michael Vick. Vick was in federal prison on felony charges related to dogfighting and was sched uled to be released in July. The Falcons have said they will try to trade him, though they could cut him and make him a free agent. San Francisco coach Mike Singletary said Vick deserves the chance to play in the league, and believes he will be successful if he returns. He wouldn't say if the 49ers would pursue him. "He's still under contract, you can't really talk to him or have any contact with him," Singletary said on Friday. "Right now, we're just going to look at the quarterbacks we have and go from there." .\uct ion ( )f' \ 'il'k's <; l'o n.: 1a II o nw :-i<'l Fot :\lan h I 0 NEWPORT NEWS, VAImprisoned NFL star Michael Vick's suburban Atlanta home will be offered for !Sale to the-highestbid der on March 10. MICHAEL VICK The judge presiding over Vick's Chapter 11 bankruptcy case issued an order scheduling the auction Tuesday. The order sets an opening bid of $3.2 million for the eight-bedroom home in a gated community in Duluth, Ga. The auction will be held in either Atlanta or Gwinnett County, upon agreement by Vick and the committee representing his creditors. Vick is serving a 23-month prison sentence at the federal penitentiary in Leavenworth, Kan., for his role in a dogfighting conspiracy. His lawyers have said he could be transferred soon to a halfway house in -Newport News, his home town. Vick is scheduled to be. released from federal .;. .. -. -Holmes Fined $101 For Celebration After Super Bowl Winning Catch PITTSBURGH -Santonio Holmes' lastminute touchdown catch won the Super Bowl for the Pittsburgh Steelers and cost him $10,000. The NFL fined Holmes for using the football as a prop during his post-catch celebration, which came well after the play ended. Holmes, impersonating NBA star LeBron James' pregame ritual of tossing powder i:Qto the air,,.s hook the football and td: ed rt after his 6-yard scoring catch with 35 seconds left sealed Pittsburgh's: victory over Arizona:. The Steelers were not penalized for excessive cele bration, apparently because the offiCials were getting ready for the point-after attempt and did not see Holmes' display in the cor-ner of the end zone. Two weeks ago, vice president of officiating Mike Pereira said -the cele bration shouid have drawn a 15-yar.d penalty on the following kick9ff. Such penal ties result in an automatic $10,000 fine. However, NFL commie-SANI'ONIO HOLMES . sioner before tlie Pro:Bowl tnat tlie -NFL comniitiee inay consider making such celebrations legalif they occur long after a "As you know, Part of this rule is .to avoid having a reaction frOm opposing players and, from I could see, only seeing it once, it didn't seein like it was any where GOo'dell said. Holme& auctioned oft the gloves he wore duriilg 'the catch for $110,200, but. that will. be to charity. .. ..

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Sports Charges 'n Deaths Of currv'$ Babv FREDRICK GOINGS CHICAGO --A 36-y e arold attorney fatally shot the former girlfriend and infant daughter of New York Knicks player Eddy Curry during a domesticrelated dispute, authorities said Sunday. Fredrick Goings of Chicago was charged Sunday with two counts of first-degree murder, Cook County State's Attorney spokeswoman Sally Daly said. Police said Goings arrested Friday evening as he was getting into his car outside a relative's place in Chicago. Goings has not made any statements to authorities and is not cooperating in the investigation, Lt. Denis Walsh said. It was not clear who was representing Goings. Goings was due in bond court on Monday The bodies of Nova Henry and her 9-month-old daughter, Ava, were found in their Chicago .apartment on Jan. 24 Both died of multiple gunshot wounds. Panthers Place Franchisetau on Peppers, Si.un oross To &-Year Deal .JULIUS PEPPERS And JORDAN CHARLOT'l'E, NC The Panthers placed, the franchise .tag on defensive end Julius on Thursday, setting up a potential' riasty showdown with fourtime Pro Bowl defensive end who warits tO pla,y else-where next.season. . < PHOENIX The -B o s t o n Celtics say f.o r ward Ke_vin .Garnett wlii :miss t;P three . w e e : k 13 because of a strhlne(i.'nius-knee: Friday .tel BiYston after injuring the knee I\) N 0 0 CD , r-0 lJ CJ) m z z m :r-1 Ol c r rm :::! z ., C Ol r-c;; :::z: m c m < m c m CJ) c > z c lJ 6

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c a: LL c z c( c en w :l 1-> r w > w c 0 :::; m :l c. z i= w ...1 ...1 :l m ...:. w z i= z CD ,.. w C!J MASTER ISAAC LUKE SANDERS Services for Master Isaac Luke Sanders, an angel called home, of 5510 N. Himes Ave., Apt. #1416, who passed away, Wednesday, February 18, 2009, will bd held on Wednesday, February 25, 2009, at 11 a. m. at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel, Pastor Arthur Jones, officiating. Interment will follow in Orange Hill Cemetery. Isaac was born on March 8, 2006, in Tampa. He leaves to cherish his memories: parents, William, Jr. and Jasmine Sanders; brothers, Daniel D. Sanders, William R. Sanders, III and Courtney Hopkins; sisters, Jacinda Sanders and Alexis Sanders; grandparents, Sybil Simpson, and William, Sr. and Pinky Sanders; aunts, Pamela Roberts and Karen Murphy; uncles, Warren Simpson and Alton Simpson; cousins, JasmineS., Nia and Tali SiiQ.pson, Kiernan, Tara and Tristan 'Murphy, stephanie, Casey and Christopher Simpson, Latasha Oliver, Netta and Ralph Roberts. The funeral cortege will arrange from 5S10 N. Himes Ave., Apt. #1416. -Friends are asked to assemble at the chapel approximately 10:45 a. m.; Wednesday for the service. AIKENS : FlJNERAL HOME Harmon Funeral Home John W Harmon, L.F.D. James Harmon, L. F.-D. 5002 N. 40th St. 626-8600 & Norlhlm, oW.... 301 N. Howord A-T1mp1, FLaaeOII Ph: (813) 253-3419 Fac (113} 251-4912 Email: GEORGIA BRANCH DILLARD Funeral services for Mrs. Georgia Branch Dillard will be held at 11 a. m. on Wednesday, 25, 2009, at St. Philip A. M. E. Church, 613 Martin Luther King Blvd., Savannah, GA. Internment will be in Oak Grove. Georgia Branch Dillard, 86, died Thursday, February 19, 2009, at Candler Hospital Savannah, GA. The Burke County native attended the public schools of Chatham County. She was a Resident of Tampa, for 61 years and returned to Savannah two weeks ago. She was a member of St. John Cathedral Church, a Deaconess, and sang in the Sanctuary Choir, and a member of the Senior Mission. Her parents, Herbert an. d Sadie Branch preceded her in death. Survivors are: daughter, Edna Branch Jackson; a grandson, Kevan L. Jackson of Savannah; a niece, Willie Lee Brown of Tampa; two nephews, William Toby of New York, and Omar Abwi of Savannah; other relatives and friends. Family contact is Edna Branch Jackson, (912) 355-6323. Bynes Royal Funeral Home, Savannah, GA, is in charge of arrangements. IN LOVING MEMORY OF UONEL H. OuiTEN 13, 1954 -,_ February'25, .2001 Loving memories of you are -ever present. I Will never forget our "old love." From now uiltifl see you again, I'll bd loving_you. Christine . 1.-. ' IN LOVING MEMORY BLANCHE WHITE GATHERS July 7, 1941-February 23, 2008 It's been a year since you left us. We love and miss you very much You Will be in our hearts forever. With love: your husband, William; daughter, Yolanda; son, grands, relatives and friends. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM .. --I ANGELA R. BURNETTE 2/25/92-7/7/2003 Missing you so_ much, words could never explain! You may bd absent in the flesh, but you are truly present in the spirit and will always be in the center of our harts! Happy birthday, Lil' Angie, we love and miss 'you so much! You'll be in our hearts forever! Mommy, daddy (Johnny Burnette), D. J., CoCo, a host of many family members, friends, supporters, etc. i Death Notices 1 --------AIKENS FUNERAL HOME Mr. Marvin Griffin, Tampa. Mrs. Celia M. Kitchen, Tampa. Mrs. Dorothy Mallard, Tampa. Mrs. Henrietta Reeves Troup, Tampa. Master Isaac Luke Sanders, Tampa.-HARMON FUNERAL HOME Mrs. Elba Babilonia, Tampa. Mr. Andrew Blocker, Tampa. Mr. James "Bo Bo" Warren, III, Tampa. Mrs. Mildred Bullard, 1610 Hacienda Court, Tampa. Baby boy Sawyer-Simpson, Tampa. National NAACP Calls For Firing 01 N.Y. Post Cartoonist N E W YORK Leaders of the NAACP on Saturday c alled for the firing of the New York NAACP's Post cartoon-Benjamin ist whose Todd Jealous d 1 says the orga-rawmg am-nization will pooning the take issue federal stimu-"national" if Ius bill has Post cartoon-d h ist isn't fired. rawn c arges that it's racist and encourages violence toward President Obama. Speaking at the civil rights group's annual meeting_in New York, NAACP President Benjamin Todd Jealous said that if Sean Delonas is not fired, the group will call for protests of the paper and Fox television affiliates, which are owned by Post parent company News Corp. "There is consensus that if the Post does not ... get rid of the journalists who are responsible for this bit of hate speech seeing the light of day, that we will move this from a local, regional issue to a very national issue," Jealous said. The group also called for the cartoonist's editor to be fired. Many critics said the ca,rtoon played on historically racist images by appearing to compare Obama, the nation's first black president, to a chimpanzee that had been shot by police officers. -The cartoon references themauling of a Connecticut woman by a chimpanzee who was later shot and killed by police In its caption, one of. the officers says, "They'll have to find someone else to write the next stimulus bill." Obama signed the bill the day before the cartoon ran. On its Web site Thursday; the paper offered. a qualified apology, saying it was "most certainly not our intent" to express racism, but also accusing some of jumping at a chance to attack a paper they already disliked. "To them, no a:pofogy is due," the paper wrote. "Sometimes & cartoon is just a cartoon -even if the opportunists seek to make it something else." But NAACP Chairman Julian Bond said that explanation rings hollow. "This is tastelessness taken to the extreme," he said. "For the publication to suggest the only people 'who object to it are constant critics of the New York Post is beyond ridiculous "This was an invitation to assassination of the president of the United States and anyone who was not offended by it doesn't have any sensibilities."

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Crime Downtown Burglar caught KEVIN SHAW Tampa Police have arrested a man they believe is responsible for burglaries that have occurred in the downtown area. On February 21st, undercover officers observed a Black male with a ban-daged right hand that matched a suspect description walking along the buildings at Channelside and East Meridian. When officers tried to stop the suspect, he fled. A foot chase began that resulted in the arrest of Kevin Shaw, 23. Officers had to use a taser to subdue Shaw after he report edly resisted arrest. At the time of his arrest, Shaw was carrying a backpack that was allegedly used in the burglaries that contained evidence from a previous burglary. Shaw has been charged with 15 burglaries, 12 grand thefts, 12 dealing in stolen property offenses, 2 felony criminal mischief offenses, and two probation violations. Arrest Made In Gas Station Robberv ST. PETERSBURG St. Petersburg Police report the Exxon Gas Station, 825 49th Street, North, was robbed Friday night while a 2-year-old child was inside. According to reports, the clerk's boyfriend and 2-year-old son were in the store when the robber reportedly told them to put the child in a back room and hand over the money. The robber emptied the cash box and ran out, taking the store's phone with him. The robbery was caught on surveillance video and the clerk identified the rob-DAVID CASH ber as David James Cash, 19. He was arrested on a charge of robbery and violating probation. He is being held without bail at this time. Man Charged With Abusing lntant Daughter JACKIE HOLLOMAN ST. PETERSBURG St. Petersburg Police have arrested a 27-year-old man who was accused of aggravated child abuse against his infant daughter. Police report that Jackie HoliQ:ptan's 1-month-old daiitliter suffered. severe head injuries last Tuesday, and he did nothing about it for an hour even though he allegedly knew she was hurt. Holloman reportedly told police he dropped the baby, but police said the baby's injuries are more severe than that. The baby had extensive bruising on the left side of her face, a skull fracture and several blood vessel ruptures just outside the brain. A Child Protection Team doctor concluded the baby's injuries were the result of physical abuse. Holloman is being held with his bail set at $30,000. Tip leads To Arrest Of ATM Robber CORNELIUS GRAY, JR. -An alert news viewer called in a Crime Stoppers tip that lead to the arrest of a man who robbed a mother and her children at gunpoint at a Bank of America ATM. Police identified Cornelius Gray, Jr., 20, because of the tip. On February 21st, police conducted surveillance on Gray's residence and arrested him as he was coming home. Police seized a vehicle he reportedly used to rob the young family. He has been charged with armed robbery Shooting suspect ldenJified ......., ,.. ..,,,, ........ ... _t..-(.), .. ; LUTHER HUDSON PASCO COUNTY -Pasco County Sheriffs detectives have identified the suspect who was slili" ; and killed by a SWAT team member Friday morning during theservice of a search warrant. Luther K. Hudson, 38, reportedly fired shots at deputies as they entered his home. One of the deputies was hit by a round in the chest. The bullet struck his bulletproof vest and radio and he was not seriously injured. That deputy returned fire, shooting Hudson in the chest. Hudson was transported to a local hospital where he was pronounced dead. -t c: m (/) c Man Who Hid In Bank Arrested }< "T1 m m ]J Hills b o r o u g h County Sheriffs d e tectives have arres t e d a m a n w h o r e port e dl y hid in a b ank in a n attempt to rob it Michael Weston, 44 has b ee n charged for the crimes at the Am e rican Momentum Bank on North Florida Avenue that occurred January 5th. Deteetives report that Weston broke an exterior window of the bank and waited for the first employee who arrived around 8 a.m. He reportedly met a female employee at gunpoint inside the bank and ordered her to open the vault. When that was not successful, Weston alleged ly demanded the employee's car keys and left in her MICHAEL WESTON vehicle. He abandoned the vehicle later. Weston was identified through DNA and has been charged with attempted armed robbery, armed kidnapping and armed ing. c: )> ]J -< 1\) .1:> 1\) 0 0 <0 Rapper Arrested After Fight At Burger Joint MIAMI BEACH --Police say rapper N.O.R.E. was arrested following a fight with a person at a Miami Beach burger joint. The 31-year-o'ld performer, who was formerly know.n . as and .Whose rea1 name is Victor Santiago, was arrested early Sunday morning. Police say Santiago, of 'New York, disrupte. d th. e "normal flow of business" at the Fatburger by yelling at another customer, ripping up a bouquet of flowers and throwing a cup filled with a yellow liquid at the cus-tomer. Authorities said the rapper punched the man in the face, and yelled "Do you know who I am?" N.O.R.E., a.k.a., NOREAGA Santiago was charged with misdemeanor battery and disorderly conduct; he was taken to the MiamiDade county jail and released. It was not immediately clear whether he has retained a lawyer. Child Prostitutes Rescued, Pimps Arrested In Atlanta, Other Cities ATLANTA --The FBI has rescued more than 45 suspected teenage prostitutes, some as young as 13, in Atlanta and other cities in a nationwide sweep to temove :K:ids from the illegal sex trade and punish their accused pimps. Over a three-night initia tive called Operation Cross Country, federal agents working with local law enforcement also arrested more than 50 alleged pimps, according to preliminary bureau data. The teenage prostitutes found in the investigation ranged in age from 13 to 17. Historically, federal authorities rarely play a role in anti-prostitution crackdowns, but the FBI is becoming more involved -as it tries to rescue children caught up in the business. "The goal is to recover kids. We consider them the child victims of prostitu-., tion," said FBI Deputy :2 Assistant Director Daniel c Roberts. "Unfortunately, the vast majority of these kids are what. kids,; with 'no family support, ho. friends: They're kids fhat nobody wants, t)1ey're loners. Many are runaways," Roberts said. Most of the children are put into the custody of local child protection agencies. .Agents in cities from Miami to Atlanta to Anchorage, Alaska took part in the operation. The federal effort is also designed to hit pimps with much tougher prison sen. tences than they would likely get in state criminal courts. Government prosecutors look to bring racketeering charges or conspiracy G) charges that can result in m decades of jail time.

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c a: LL c z c( c UJ w ::') w [ij c w :::c UJ ::::i m ::') D. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA Case No. : 2009-DR-2855 Division J Darryl A. Dixon (Petitioner) And Marilyn D. Pedroso (Respondent) NOTICE OF ACTION FOR MINOR NAME CHANGE TO: Marilyn DelCastillo Pedroso 411 0 West LaSalle Street tampa, FL 33607 YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action has been filed agafnst you and that you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, to it on Darryl A. Dixon, whose address is 4115 West LaSalle Street, Tampa, FL 33607 on or before March 30, 2009, and file the original with the clerk of this Court at 800 East Twiggs Street. Room 101. Tampa. Florida 33602 or P.O. Box 3450. Tampa. Florida 33601-3450, before service on Petitioner or immediately thereafter. If you fail to do so, a default may be entered against you for the relief demanded in the petition. Copies of all court documents in this case, including orders are available at the Clerk the Circuit Court's office You may review these documents upon request. You must keep the Clerk o f the Circuit Court's office notified of your current address (You may file Notice of Current Address, Florida Supreme Court Approved Family Law Form 12.915.) Future papers in this lawsuit will be mailed to the address on record at the clerk's office. WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida Family Law Rules of Procedure, requires certain automatic disclosure of documents and information. Failure to comply can result in sanctions, including dismissal or striking of pleadings. z i= w ..J ..J ::') m NOTICE TO PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES. If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this you are entitled, at no irl cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance Please Z co.ntact the Court Administrator's A.D.A. Coordinator, i= (813) 272-7040, 800 E. Twiggs St., Room 600, Tampa, FL ffi 33602, within 2 working days of your receipt of th!s notice. If UJ you are hearing or voice impaired ca111-800-955-8771. a: 0 ..J LL Dated February 19. 2009. !::.-..... PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: /s/ MARIAN ROMAN .,_.. DEPtii"(CLERK Contact LaVORA @ (813) 248-1921 To Publish Your Classified Or Legal Advertisement In The Florida Sentinel Bulletin Email Your Ad To: ledwards@flsentinel.com Or Fax 24/7 To (813) 248-9218 STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF CHEROKEE IN THE GENERAL COURT OF JUSTICE SUPERIOR COURT DIVISION FILE NO. 08 CVS 365 Wendy D. Devine Plaintiff vs Kurt Matthew Rettler, II Defendant NOTICE OF SERVICE BY PUBLICATION TO: Kurt Matthew Rettler, II Address Unknown TAKE NOTICE that a pleading seeking relief against your was filed on June 19, 2008, in the above entitled action The nature of the relief being sough against you is for monetary damages arising out of allegations of you negligent operation of a motor vehicle on December 11, 2007 in Cherokee County, North Carolina. You are required to make a defense to this action within 40 days of February 24, 2009. Failure by you to make the required defense to this action within the time period stated will result in the Pla i ntiff applying to the Court stated above for the relief sought against you This day of February 2009. Attorney for Plaintiff: ERIC W. STILES, Esq. The Law Firm of McKinney And Tallant, P.A. Post Office Box 1549 Robbinsville, NC 28771 Telephone: (828) 479-2442 Facsimile : (828) 479-6747 N .C. State Bar #34430 f ; GEARLD BREEDLOVE CLERK OF SUPERIOR COURT FLORIDA FISH AND WILDLIFE CONSERVATION COMMISSION BID NUMBER : FWC 08/09-75 BID TITLI; : Lobster, Stone Crab, and Blue Crab Trap Tags BID OPENING : March 4, 2009 at 2:30PM CONTACT PERSON: Kelly Wright at (850) 488-3427 For a COI)"lplete copy of the bid, go to: http : //vbs dms state fl us/vbs/main_menu or FAX your request t o (850) 921-2500 PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT INVITATION TO BID The SCHOOL BOARD OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, Florida, seeks sealed bids from qualified bidders for the Metal Canopy Playcourt Project at Citrus Park Elementary School. The scope includes design and installat ion of a new metal canopy over an existing playcourt. The estimated construction cost is between $100,000 and $220,000. Qualified firms can submit bids to the Hillsborough County Public Schools (HCPS) Procurement Department on the 3rd Floor of the Raymond 0 Shelton School Administrative Center (ROSSAC), 901 East Kennedy Boulevard, Tampa, Florida 33602, until bid opening at 3:00 PM on Wednesday, March 11, 2009. The bid documents incl ude specific bid submittal requirements. HCPS maintains general requirements applicable to all construction-related bids on the HCPS web site at http:/1168.254.1.35/documents/standards/index htm HCPS will host a non-mandatory pre-bid conference at 3 : 00 PM on Wednesday, February 25, 2009 at Citrus Park Elementary School, 7700 Gunn Highway, Tampa, Florida 33625, followed by a tour of the job site. Attendees must sign in and present a photo ID to gain access to the conference. All Requests-For-Information (RFI) are required to be submitted no later than 4:00 PM on February 27, Bidders must submit a bid bond equal to 5% of the bid with their bid. Bids over $100,000 must include the costs of required surety bonds. The successful bidder must also provide evidence of required insurance prior to proceeding with the work The bid documents provide specific requirements for bid and surety bonds, and insurance Bidders are subject to the HCPS Small Business Encouragement Program, as described in the bid documents Bidders may obtain up to two (2) complete sets of bid documents in PDF format on CD at no cost from Hung Pham, 2nd Floor, ROSSAC, 901 East Kennedy Boulevard, Tampa, Florida 33602. Phone : (813) 272-4139, Fax: (813) 272-4933 HCPS reserves the right to award the bid to the lowest and/or best responsible bidder, to waive any informality or irregularity in any bid, or to reject any and all bids received THE SCHOOL BOARD OF COUNtY;1i':L ORibA MARYELLEN ELlA .::: SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT RATE $8 00 1-20 WORDS AND 50 FOR 'EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER 20 THIS PRICE IS EACH TIME YOU PUBLISH YOUR AD PUBLICATION DEADLINES Tuesday Edition -Friday @ _3:00P.M. Friday Edition -Tuesday @ 3:00 P.M.

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HILLSBOROUGH Community ColleQe Hli CAMPUS PRESIDENT, SOUTHSHORE CAMPUS Hillsborough Community College invites applications for the position of Campus President, SouthShore Campus. Founded in 1968, HCC is a comprehensive, SACS accredited community college located in Tampa, FL, serving approximately 43,000 students per year on five campuses. HCC's first green campus, SouthShore, opened in the summer of 2008 in Ruskin FL, to provide the diverse community of southern Hillsborough County with A.A and A S degrees includ ing nursing, workforce development, and continuing education programs. Among SouthShore's many innovative features is a university center where students can complete a four year degree. HCC seeks an innovative academic and administ"tative community college leader who possesses the vision, creativity and ability to effectively direct the day-to-day operations of a campus and assume a district-wide leadership role in the 1arger multi-campus institution. Qualified candidates for the position of Campus President must have at least a Masters (advertised on February 8th as an earned doctorate) and at least seven years of prior work related experience with a record of significant experience i n strategic planning, budget management, workforce development, educational and institutional techoology, faculty development curriculum and program development, and faciliti .es and campus and management. In addition, the successful candidate will be an engaging individual with excellent communication skills, an appreciation for diversity, and, above all, dedication to student success which focuses on student outcomes. Experience in fund raising is an advantage. See HCC Employment website https://jobs.hccfl.edu/ to job description and instructions to (1) create/save application and (2) apply for this position. The salary range is $86,111 to $143,806, based on qualifications and experience of the selected canc;lidate. 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