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e Ef~ (EIind~ Eount~ Ne~s Wednesday, May 17, 2017 Page 11 As the weather warms with the arrival of spring, residents in rural, urban and suburban settings could potentially have sightings of multiple types of wildlife. This could include black bears that might be seen in or around your neighborhood, ac- cording to the Georgia Department of Natural Resources' Wildlife Re- sources Division. If left alone, bears typi- cally will return to estab- lished bear range - the north Georgia mountains, the Ocmulgee River drain- age system in central Georgia or the Okefeno- kee Swamp in the south- eastern part of the state. However, as wild land and urban areas increasingly overlap, bear range likely will continue to shift and expand meaning even more sightings are pos- sible. In most cases, the bears found outside of estab- lished range are young male bears looking for their own territory as they are no longer under the protection of a sow (i.e. the "mother" bear). However, in some cases it might be sows with cubs or other mature bears that have ventured into new terri- tory in search of food. While there is no way to prevent a bear from wandering into a neigh- borhood, there are ways to discourage it from stay- ing: Never feed a bear. Keep items such as grills, pet food and bird feeders off-limits to bears. Clean and store grills when not in use. Keep pet food in- doors and take down bird feeders (April-November) if bears frequent your area. Use "bear-prooff gar- bage containers, or store garbage in the garage or other enclosed area until the morning of pick-up day. Properly securing food and garbage prevents bears from accessing these non-natural, human-pro- vided food sources, and helps avoid the unhealthy process of habituation that occurs when bears ob- tain food from people and begin associating humans with food. If a bear is sighted in your neighborhood, here are some tips on how to respond: Leave all bears alone. Usually they are only pass- ing through an area. Stay a safe distance away. Do not try to ap- proach a bear. Never, under any cir- cumstances, intentionally feed a bear. Never attempt to 'tree' or corner a bear as it com- promises the safety and welfare of both the public and the bear. "Unless there is evi- dence of aggressive behav- ior or habituation to peo- ple, there is no cause for alarm," said Adam Ham- mond, state bear biologist with the Georgia Wildlife Resources Division. The black bear is a sym- bol of Georgia's natural diversity, the only bear found in the state and a high-priority species in the state's Wildlife Action Plan, a comprehensive conservation strategy. Though now considered the most common bear in North America, the spe- cies was nearly eradi- cated from Georgia in the 1930s due to unregulated market hunting, poaching and large-scale habitat loss. Sound wildlife man- agement practices have PSST/ season beginning June 2 at Valdosta State University The 2017 Peach seating before the box State Summer Theatre office opens to the public season will run from and begins selling single June 2 through July tickets. 16 on Valdosta State Peach State Summer University's Sawyer Theatre, or PSST!, is Theatre stage and Valdosta's premiere features "Shrek: The professionalsummerstock Musical," "Forever Plaid," theatre. Each summer, and "My Fair Lady." dozens of singers, dancers, Beginning Monday, technicians, 'managers, May 15, all 2017 Peach and creators gather on the present three musicals in rotating repertory. The 2017 Peach State Summer Theatre season marks the 28th year of VSU producing professional theatre for the city of Valdosta, the state of Georgia, and beyond. From 1990 to 2004, VSU produced the Jekyll Island Musical renamed PSST! The Georgia Legislature designated Valdosta State's summer stock theatre program the Official Musical Theatre of the State of Georgia. VSU's Jacque Wheeler serves as the artistic director of Peach State Summer Theatre. H. Duke Guthrie is the managing State Summer Theatre campus of Valdosta StateTheatre Festival. In director. season membership University for 10 weeks,2005, the summer theatre Visit www.valdosta. holders will have three and during that time, program was relocated edu/psst for more days to reserve prioritythey rehearse, build, and to the university and information. South Georgia Medical Center holding Safe Sitter courses this summer South Georgia Medical Safe Sitter@ is a training to teach choking Most young teens lack the Center and the YMCA are teaming up to offer a one- day Safe Sitter@ course for boys and girls in grades 6-8 on Friday, June 9, Friday, June 6, Friday, "July 7, and Friday, July 14 from 8 a.m.-3:15 p.m. national, non-profit organization that provides programs to teach youth life and safety skills for when they are home alone, watching younger siblings, or babysitting. The medically accurate rescue and CPR so that knowledge of first aid, graduates are prepared to rescue skills, behavior act during a crisis, management techniques, In general, inadequate and life experiences emphasis is placed on necessary for handling the magnitude of the medical, behavioral, or responsibility a young household emergencies teen accepts when caring which might occur. at SGMC. course utilizes hands-on for themselves andothers. Participants of this Clinch Library announces summer readine nroeram course learn safety and ..._ "-',=,,,'-" ........ security. ..... re u. ons ..... The Clinch County PabIic gineering :expdi ments, anda memer wona reamn , ;-ariel" other::tips: tl a ' help: Library lnvites readers of all more. During the Summer club is available online now develop their confidence ages to try something new this summer at home or in the community as we pres-. ent "Build a Better World" for the 2017 Summer Read- ing Program. Activities in- clude professional perform- ers, group games, physical challenges, art projects, en- Reading Program families can enjoy programs, prize drawings, storytimes,a reading club, and more. The Summer Read- ing Program runs from Monday,May 22 through Saturday, Jaly 8, 2017. Registration for the "Build and sign up prize bags can be picked up from your lo- cal library starting Monday, May 15. All programs are free of charge. For more information, call the library at 912-487- 3200 or see our program cal- endar at in caregiving. They also learn safe and effective ways to promote their babysitting business. The cost of the course is $45 per child and registration can be completed by calling (229) 433-1074. restored Georgia's black bears to a thriving popu- lation estimated at 5,100 bears statewide. Black bears may le- gally be hunted during the season, which occurs each fall in Georgia in certain areas (www.geor- regulations). How- ever, the taking of bears during any other time of the year or the taking of bears illegally during the hunting season is called poaching. Prevent'poach- ing of bears by reporting any illegal activity. Infor- mation can be reported by email, phone or in person. Visit ranger-hotline for details. For more information, visit www.georgiawild- life. c om/bl a ckb e ar fact s, or contact a Wildlife Re. sources Division game management office. A new video titled "Black Bears in Georgia: Sightings and Tips" available at https://, com/user/ GeorgiaWildlife. ~-~:~:. .g' ~-z---~ ...... ~:~ 7~%~. Sell your unwanted items in a classified ad in The Clinch County News, Lanier County Advocate, and The Afkinson County Citizen For as little 1 as $ 5 For all three papers. o,.Ce. Sound. Secure. Since 191(,, Save money with Auto- Owners Insurance Multi-Policy Discounts! Lutz, Brown, Peagler & Manley INSURANCE AGENCY Owned & Operated by Eric Lutz & Jeff Brown 28 East Dame Ave. HomervUle 912-487-5411 i i :i:: NOTICE OF SALE UNDER POWER GEORGIA, CLINCH COUNTY THIS IS AN ATTEMPT TO COLLECT A DEBT. ANY INFORMATION OBTAINED WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE. Under and by virtue of the Power of Sale contained in a Security Deed given by Charles Edmond Hinton a/k/a Charles Edward Hinton a/k/a Charles E. Hin- ton to MetLife Home Loans, a Division of MetLife Bank, N.A., dated April 13, 2012, recorded in Deed Book 7F, Page 334, Clinch County, Georgia Records, as last transferred to Champion Mortgage Company by as- signment recorded in Deed Book 7H, Page 345, Clinch County, Georgia Records, conveying the after-de- scribed property to secure a Note in the original principal amount of NINETY-THREE THOUSAND SEVEN HUN- DRED FIFTY AND 0/100 DOLLARS ($93,750.00), 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 Clinch 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 indebted- ness 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 attor- ney's fees (notice of intent to collect attorney's fees having been given). Said property will be sold subject to any outstanding ad valorem tax- es (including taxes which are a lien, but not yet due and payable), any matters which might be disclosed by an ac- curate survey and inspection of the property, any assess- ments, liens, encumbrances, zoning ordinances, restric- tions, covenants, and mat- ters of record superiorto the Security Deed first set out above. Nationstar Mortgage LLC d/b/a Champion Mort- gage Company is the holder of the Security Deed to the property in accordance with OCGA 44-14-162.2. The entity that has full authority to negotiate, amend, and mod- ify all terms of the mortgage with the debtor is: Champion Mortgage LLC, 8950 Cypress Waters Boulevard, Coppell, TX 75019 855-683-3095. To the best knowledge and be- lief of the undersigned, the party in possession of the property is Charles Edmond Hinton a/k/a Charles Edward Hinton a/Ida Charles E. Hin- ton and The Estate of Charles Edmond Hinton or a tenant or tenants and said property is more commonly known as 1018 Pearson Highway, Homerville, Georgia 31634. 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 confir- mation and audit of the status of the loan with the holder of the security deed. Nationstar Mortgage LLC d/b/a Cham- pion Mortgage Company as Attorney in Fact for Charles Edmond Hinton a/k/a Charles Edward Hinton a/k/a Charles E. Hinton McCalla Raymer Leibert Pierce, LLC 1544 Old Alabama Road Roswell, Georgia 30076 www.fore- EXHIBIT =A" All that tract or parcel of land situate, lying and being 0.690 acres, more or less, located in Land Lots Nos. 469 & 470 of the 7th Land District, Clinch County, Geor- gia, being more particularly described according to that certain plat of survey entitled "Survey for Charles Edward Hinton and Nenita C. Hinton" dated May 8, 1996, prepared by H.W. Williams & Associ- ates, Inc., Robert L. Cheese- man Georgia Registered Surveyor No. 2514, and re- corded in Plat Book G Page 130 in the Office of the Clerk of Superior Court of Clinch County GA said plat is in- corporated herein and made a part of this description by referenced hereto. Being the same premises granted and conveyed to Charles Ed- mond Hinton a/k/a Charles Edward Hinton a/k/a Charles E. Hinton Deed from Harold K. Barrett, Individually and Harold K. Barrett as Attorney 0 0 0 in Fact for Roma G. Barrett, dated 05/15/1996 and re- corded 05/17/1996 in Clinch County, State of GA in 4-V- 290. And the said Nenita C. Hinton departed this life on 09/06/2011, whereby title to the above premises vested in the said Charles E. Hinton, by operation of law. MR/hql 6/6/17 Our file no. 5334516 - FT2 (5/10-5/31 713 #051017-1). NOTICE OF INCORPORATION Notice is given that Articles of Incorporation that will incorporate Living Water, Inc. have been delivered to the Secretary of State for filing in accordance with the Georgia Nonprofit Corporation Code. The initial registered agent at such address is Joseph Mobley. May 4, 2017 Joseph Mobley (5/10-5/17 49 #051017-2) Abandoned Vehicle In accordance with O.C.G.A. Section 40-11-6 the following described ve- hicle has been impounded and is presently stored at Ballance Wrecker . Service and Garage, 186 David Bal- lance Road, Homerville, GA 31634, (912) 487-5800. The vehicle will be sold at public auction on June 5, 2017 at 11 a.m. to the high- est bidder. 2000 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 VIN # 1GCEC14- T9YZ228898 CPD 5115-6/2 (5/17-5/26 62 #051717-1) Call us at 487-5337 for a quote on labels or any of your printing needs!