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Glen’s reserves dwindling

An audit of Glen St. Mary’s finances for the fiscal year that ended last September was recently presented by the Macclenny CPA firm of Lyons and Lyons.

Some highlights:

√ Though the town’s overall net assets jumped by $287,436 with the addition of a central water system north of US 90, Glen’s unrestricted assets (cash and certificates of deposit) continues to dwindle, resting at year’s end at $107,038. A $60,000 CD is restricted by Glen’s bonded indebtedness for past loans for utilities.

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End of summer bash at library

A few dozen youths ventured to the Emily Taber library’s “End of Summer Party” the morning of July 30 to close the library’s summer youth program to encourage reading.

Children played games, painted pictures and rocked out to tunes like Who Let the Dogs Out as organizers handed out raffle prizes and cold drinks amid the 80-plus degree heat.

Baileigh Griffis, 5, of Macclenny painting during the event.

Baileigh Griffis, 5, of Macclenny painting during the event.

Kyra Farmer at the water balloon toss.

Kyra Farmer at the water balloon toss.

Logan Vickers, 5, of Moniac tosses a stone using claw-dinosaur into one of many baskets for a prize.

Logan Vickers, 5, of Moniac tosses a stone using claw-dinosaur into one of many baskets for a prize.

Stole dirt bike and bicycle

Two suspects are facing felony charges for stealing a dirt bike and bicycle from the residence of April Moore on Clete Harvey Rd. south of Sanderson during daylight hours on July 25.

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Bullets third at championship meet

Logan Todd

Logan Todd on the block.

The Baker County Bullets finished their season with a third-place showing at the championship meet at Ponte Vedra’s Winston YMCA on July 27.

The Bullets were grouped with the larger YMCAs this year after dominating the smaller competition last year, which resulted in the team finishing third overall with 2,004.5 points.

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