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    Section A: Main
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    Section A: Opinion
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    Section A: Main continued
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    Section A: Around Town
        page A 8
    Section A: Religion
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    Section A: Homes
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    Section A: Main continued
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    Section A: Nassau Sports
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    Section B: At Your Leisure
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    Section B: At the Movies
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    Section B: Television
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    Section B continued
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    Section B: Nassau County School Bus Routes
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    Section B: Classified
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Nassau County students may to this:
notice some changes when they of 10,7:
return to school Aug. 5, a week through
from today. New principals, new student
services and new teachers are Tea
some of the surprises in store for several
students for the 2005-6 school year. faces
There will be some new stu- Superi
dents as well. As many as 235 new said 75
4-year-olds could be joining the hired fi


go back

of students this year with the i
ate-mandated voluntary pre- I
garten program, in addition c
year's projected enrollment
12 students in kindergarten
tL 12th grade, up from 10,698 "Becat
ts last year. tion effor
ching those students will be new teach
familiar faces and some new state con,
as well. Assistant Novembe
ntendent Edward Turvey approved
5"new teachers have been reduction
or the 2005-6 school year. schools.


to school next week


I School bus
hedules, B6-10


ise of the class-size reduc-
t, each year we're adding
hers," Turvey said. The
stitution was amended in
er 2002 to include a voter-
1, mandated class-size
n in all Florida public


Turvey said the average class
size this year will be 22 students.
The ultimate goal, according to the
amendment, is to have 18 students
per class in grades pre-kinder-
garten through 3, 22 students per
class in grades 4 through 8 and 25
students per class in grades 9
through 12 by the 2010-11 school
year.
Six schools, including a new
Yulee high school scheduled to
open in fall 2006, will have new


principals this year.
"I feel real confident about al'
of these placements," said Schoc,
Superintendent John Ruis. "I think
they're going to work out very
well."
Scott D. Hodges, a former assist
tant principal at Fernandina Beach
High School, will be principal &i
Yulee Elementary School. Curren;
Yulee Elementary Principal Phyllis
SCHOOL Continued on 3A


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American Profile
WEEKLYFEATURE
MAGAZINE


Sheriff fires



legal adviser



after her arrest


SHANNON MALCOM
News-Leader
The legal adviser for the Nassau
County Sheriff's Office was arrest-
ed early Thursday morning after
she reportedly became intoxicat-
ed and caused a disturbance at an
Atlantic Beach business.
Nassau County Sheriff Tommy
Seagraves fired Gabrielle Taylor,
39, hours later via a letter of ter-
mination delivered to her at the
Jacksonville jail.
Taylor has been charged with
disorderly intoxication, resisting
arrest and resisting arrest without
violence, all misdemeanors. She
had driven a Nassau County vehi-


cle to the bar in
Atlantic Beach,
: where she lives.
"I'm not
going to have
this, I'm not
going to tolerate
this," Seagraves
said at a press
Seagraves conference
Thursday after-
noon. "If it hap-
pens here, A1A is where you're
going, and that's the road out of
.here."
Seagraves said Taylor, who was
hired May 17, was a good employ-
ARREST Continued on 4A


Z~EXTRIA


EXTRA


The Nassau County
School Board announced a
tentative budget of $1.1 mil-
lon, nearly $100,000 above
the previous school year.
July 29, 1955



The Eight Flags Musuem
of Nassau County was set to
open its doors in the old coun-
ty jail on the corner of Third
and Cedar streets.
July 16, 1980



An advisory council for the
state's Conservation and
Recreation Lands program
approved a proposal to try to
acquire and preserve 150
acres at American Beach.
July 19, 1995


INDEX
AROUND TOWN .................... 8A
CLASSIFIEDS 6B
CROSSWORD 5B
EDITORIAL 7A
FISHING 15A
LEISURE lB
MOVIES 2B
OBITUARIES 2A
OUT AND ABOUT ................. IB
RELIGION 9A
SPORTS 14A
TELEVISION 3B

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Diane
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part in an
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Thursday at
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County building moratorium?


BENJAM IN PRICE
New. Leader
County Attorney Mike Mullin
told the Nassau County Commis-
sion Monday it may want to con-
sider a moratorium on new devel-
opment.
With several critical studies
"on the horizon" that address
impact fees, transportation, cost of
growth as well as significant revi-
sions to the land use regulations,


Mullin suggested a waiting period
that would allow the county time
to implement the changes,,,
"You have all these things on
the horizon," he said. "You can
continue to look at (development
applications), and say, "Well %we
could have done this or that.' But
this is a way to put them on hold
and get all these reports in front
of you."
Mullin said Wednesday any
decision about a moratorium


would be up to the commission.
He also said a four- to six-
month moratorium would give the
county ample time to implement
the findings of its studies.
Most of those should be com-
plete within 90 days, he said, but
the transportation study may be
six to seven weeks out, and it
might be four months before the
land use regulations are revised
COUNTY Continued on 3A


City may combine


enterprise funds


GLENDA S. JENKINS
News-Leader
Fernandina Beach Commis-
sioners have expressed support
for City Manager Bob Mearns'
intention to combine marina, golf
course and airport enterprise funds
into one department for manage-
ment purposes.
The city's charter allows the
city manager to implement admin-
istrative decisions without a com-
mission vote. But Mearns told com-
missioners at a July 16 planning
retreat he wanted "guidance" on
the matter, adding there is "an
opportunity for cohesiveness and
unity" in placing all departments
under one person's supervision.
Mearns and commissioners
were especially critical of daily
operations at the marina during
the retreat.
'There has been no action
taken on it," Mearns said Thursday.
"It is something I'm still consider-


National essay contest winner


imagined slaves point of view
SHANNON MALCOM describes York's experiences along Toussaint Charbonneau, joined the
News-Leader the trail. Lewis and Clark expedition.)


Imagining herself as York, the
personal slave of William Clark,
earned Fernandina Beach student
Grace Kunzelmann first place in a
nationwide essay contest and $300.
Kunzelmann's essay, "The
Memoirs of York," won first place
nationwide in the National Society
of the Daughters of the American
Revolution American History essay
contest. Written from the perspec-
tive of York, Clark's slave and the
only African-American to join the
Lewis and Clark trek from St Louis
to the Pacific Coast, the essay


Students at the school were
assigned to write an essay fitting
the theme of the essay contest:
"Along the Trail with Lewis & Clark
and the Corps of Discovery, May
1804 September 1806." The essays
were submitted from the school
into the DAR contest
"A lot of people wanted to be
Sacajawea ... but I wanted to do
something different," Kunzelmann
said of her decision to write about
York for her school assignment
and contest submission. (Sacajawea
was a Shoshone woman who, with
her French-Canadian husband,


Kunzelmann's essay describes
how York, although he was a slave,
was able to experience some of the
rights of free men.
"Though I had essentially no
legal rights of possessions, I carried
a gun, bartered for goods, and even
voted on important decisions,"
Kunzelmann, as York, writes in the
essay.
She enjoyed researching and
writing the essay, and said she
hopes others who read it will learn
more about American history.
ESSAY Continued on 4A .


ing. I just wanted to get a feel for
how the commission would react to
that," he said. "Really, what I was
looking at was some kind of mar-
keting plan more than anything
else."
Indicating that he would choose
John Vickers to supervise the
departments, Mearns said he
hopes the commission will decide
to renegotiate Vickers' contract,
which expires this year. He recent-
ly appointed Vickers, who also runs
the city's golf course, to the air-
port director position.
"The only real business person
we have on staff is John Vickers,"
he said.
"From an administrative per-
spective I think we need some uni-
formity," Mearns told commis-
sioners at the retreat. "I do not
think that all these operations are
run with the same sense of entire
preneurship, and I think they need
CITY Continued on 3A


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SHANNON MALCOM/NEWS-LEADER
Grace Kunzelmann won first place in the National Society of
the Daughters of the American Revolution essay contest with a
paper about York, a slave on the Lewis and Clark expedition.


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Warning signs to watch


when buying a home


ALICE WALSH
News-Leader


Some problem areas are easy
to spot by potential buyers when
a house is up for sale, but others
are not so apparent. Ifs a smart
move to have a professional
inspection done on any house
you are definitely planning to
buy, but here are a few prelimi-
nary things to check out, or have
someone knowledgeable check,
prior to considering a particular
!house. They are offered by Pillar
to Post, a national home inspec-
,tionri service.
: Water damage. Porous
grout and cracks less than one
sixteenth of an inch in a ceramic
tiled shower can allow enough
water through to do costly dam-
o age over time..
Improper wiring. This
includes wiring done by an ama-
*teur, ungrounded receptacles,
lack of ground fault circuit inter-
rupters in wet locations, over-
__ loaded breakers, etc. If the house
was built in the 1960's or 1970's,
it may have aluminum wiring.
__ This presents a safety hazard,
and is no longer used. The home-
lowner is supposed to tell you if".
the hou-, e has lhit: 1 pe ,-_ '. .iliin,.
o but may not do so. If you discov-
er that the house has this type of
wiring, it should be fully evaluat-
ed by a reputable electrician
before buying.
Attics. Home inspectors,
always check the attic for leaks,
pest infestation, illegal venting,
illegal electrical wiring, inade-
quate insulation and missing sup-
port trusses.
Drains that "chug" like an


upturned
Ssoda bottle
or toilets
that don't
Sflush cor-
Srectly could
"be signs that
the plumb-
ing system isn't adequately vent-
ed.
Roof. Eighty percent of new
construction litigation is said to
involve the roof. If the roof is
bad, the rest of the house is in
danger of damage, too.
Heating and cooling system
dangers. If the system is gas-
fired, remember that this type of
furnace has the potential to intro-
duce deadly carbon monoxide
gas into the house. If the gas
company should decide that the
furnace is not safe when they
inspect it prior to your move-in,
they can lock it out and require
replacement before turning on
the gas to the home. So be sure
it has been checked before you
buy.
Check around the founda-
tion. Flower beds planted to
close to exterior walls could draw
too'much water to the home's
loutiddl on, causlHg datilage." '
WA lile .'.% ,- _tlId .lml lh.1t" horl -"
with basements in Florida, if
moving elsewhere remember
that a damp basement might also
be an indication that the founda-
tion needs work. The homeown-
er is required to tell you if they
have had any problems with the
foundation and you don't want
those problems; that's one of the
most expensive repair jobs
around.
awalsh@jbnewsleader.com


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sons, within the length limits.
We reserve the right to edit
obituaries for libel and good
taste.
A photograph of the
deceased will be Included free
of charge.
Obituaries are accepted
only from a funeral home or
crematory. Photographs may
be provided by the family.
Deadlines for obituaries
and photographs are noon
Tuesday and noon Thursday
for the following day's newspa-
per.


Meet and greet
Nassau County Sheriff
Tommy Seagraves will hold a
meet and greet on Aug. 1 from 5-
8:30 p.m. The neighborhood
walk will start on US 1/Mickler
Street and end at US
301/Mickler Stre&, Callahan.
Meet the sheriff and other
members of the Nassau County
Sheriff's Office and voice your
concerns.

River management
meeting
The St. Marys River
Management Committee will
hold its regular monthly meeting
on Aug. 1 at 7 p.m. in the Nassau
County Building, 1943 Mickler
St., Callahan.
The public is invited to attend.
The regular meeting may be pre-
ceded by subcommittee meet-
ings at 6 p.m.

Model boat sail
A radio controlled model boat
fun sail and exhibition will be
held from 10 a.m. to noon Aug. 6
at Amelia Island Plantation. All
model boats are.welcome, work-


ing or not, finished or not, except
gas powered. Spectators, includ-
ing supervised children, especial-
ly welcome. Call Hal Mather at
261-6420 for details and to
arrange for a pass at the security
gate.

Career open house
The public is invited to an
open house Aug. 10 at 7 p.m.
focusing on ophthalmic
technician careers with the
University of Florida/Florida
Community College program
partnership.
The open house will be held
at the University of Florida
Department of Ophthalmology,
580 W. Eighth St. (Across the
street from Shands Jacksonville),
Tower II, 10th floor, Coleman
Room.
Ophthalmic technicians assist
ophthalmic physicians (medical
doctors who diagnose, manage
and treat diseases of the eye) by
performing certain tests and
services for patients.
The open house will provide
information to get interested stu-
dents started on this career,path.
For reservations call (904) 766-
6594 or e-mail staylor@fccj.edu.


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Austin Keith Abernathy
Austin Keith Abernathy, 17, of
Callahan, passed away early
Sunday, July 24, 2005, from
injuries sustained in an automo-
bile accident.
The Douglasville, Ga., native
was entering his senior year at
West Nassau High School. Austin
was pre-deceased by his maternal
grandfather, Don Williams.
Survivors include: his moth-
er, Audrey Duke of Callahan;
father and step-mother, Keith and
Charlene Abernathy of Dallas,
Ga.; three sisters, Jessie, Bridget,
and Michelle Abernathy; a broth-
er, Morgan Beriault; maternal
grandparents, Judy DePugh and


Nancy Piersol Berryman
Nancy Piersol Berryman, 81,
Amelia Island, wife of Scott
Berryman, passed away Sunday,
July 24, 2005, at the home of her
daughter in Gainesville.
She was born on Sept. 17,
1923, in Palo Alto, Calif., and was
a distant relative of both General
Harry "Lighthouse" Lee and
General Robert E. Lee.
She attended Cal Aggies, U.C.
Davis in California and married
Scott Pierce Berryman ofPltPA
Alt Calif., inT'._'r. ,i- 1 1' 1 hl
Reno, Nev.
Mrs. Berryman enjoyed golf,


Kyle Sherman Cash
Kyle Sherman Cash, 17, of
Bryceville, passed away early
Sunday, July 24, 2005, from
injuries sustained in an automo-
bile accident. .
The Ocala native and West
Nassau High School graduate
(2005) loved music, the beach
and all water sports.
Kyle was pre-deceased by his
maternal grandmother, Barbara
Burgess, and paternal grandfa-
ther, Woodrow Cash.
Survivors include: his moth-
er, Adrienne Burgess and stepfa-
ther, Danny Cox, of Bryceville;
father and stepmother, Greg and
Tammy Cash of Mt. Ida, Alaska;
a sister, Heather Cash of Tulsa,
Okla.; a brother, Ryan Cox of
Bryceville; maternal grandfather,


Barbara M. Murdaugh
Barbara M. Murdaugh, 51,
Roxabogue Drive, North
Hampton, Fernandina Beach,
wife of Larry K. Murdaugh,
passed away Tuesday, July 25,
2005, at her residence following a
lengthy illness.
A native of Charleston, S.C.,
she was the daughter of the late
Robert B. and Frances Driggers
Miller, and had resided in Nassau
County since 1991 when her fam-
ily relocated from Charleston.
Mrs. Murdaugh was a 1976
graduate of Trident Technical
College in Charleston, where she
received an Associate's Degree.
She then worked as a secretary in
the medical/dental field for many
years'
Mrs. Murdaugh was a mem-
ber of Springhill Baptist Church
in Nassauville, where she was an
active member. She enjoyed read-
ing in her spare time, and


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words in length will be $25.
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repeat publication of a free obit-
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Ing ad rates.
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listing oft survivors as deter-
mined by the family and a short
biography of the deceased's
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BITUARY POLICY


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Helen Williams; paternal grand-
parents, Willard and Barbara
Abernathy; paternal step-grand-
mother Louise Campbell; and
aunts, uncles and cousins.
Joint visitation will be held
from 6-8 p.m. tonight at Callahan
First Baptist Church. A joint
memorial service will be held at
1 p.m. Saturday at Callahan First
Baptist Church.
In lieu of flowers, memorials
may be made to the Austin
Abernathy Memorial Fund, c/o
Southeastern Bank of Callahan,
542238 S. Kings Road, Callahan,
FL 32011.
Callahan Funeral Home. Inc.



tennis, and playing bridge over
the years spent on Amelia Island,
and was a member of the
Episcopal faith.
Mrs. Berryman was loved by
and will be missed by her family,
which includes: her husband
of 59 years, Scott Berryman;
three daughters; five grandchil-
dren; and two great-grandchil-
dren.
Graveside services and burial
willBe'held Sarurday afternoon atF
2 p.ni. ,in Jedd Cemetery in
Amelia City.
Oxley-Heard FuneralDirectors



Roger Burgess; maternal aunts,
Kimberly Burgess and Melissa
Wegener, and maternal uncle,
Roger Burgess III, all of
Michigan; paternal grandparents,
Tommy and Lacria Vasseur; and
paternal aunts, Susie, Teresa,
Woodra and Jamie, all of
Arkansas.
Joint visitation will be held
from 6-8 p.m. tonight at Callahan
First Baptist Church. A joint
memorial service will be held at
1 p.m. Saturday at Callahan First
Baptist Church.
In lieu of flowers, memorials
may be made in Kyle's name to
the "Link," c/o Crossroads
Family Worship Center, 1912 S.
Kings Road, Callahan, FL 32011.
Callahan Funeral Home. Inc



belonged to the Ruby Red Rose
Chapter of the Red Hat Society in
Fernandina Beach.
Survivors include: her hus-
band of 29 years, Larry K.
Murdaugh, and a daughter,
Kristen E. Murdaugh, both of
Fernandina Beach; a brother,
Robert David (Nancy) Miller,
Charleston, S.C.; a sister, Terri
(Russell) Jones, Chapel Hill, N.C.;
several nieces and nephews, and
loving friends.
A memorial service and cele-
bration of her life is planned for 6
p.m. Saturday evening at
Springhill Baptist Church with
the Rev. Jackie Hayes, pastor, offi-
ciating.
In lieu of flowers, memorials
may be made in Barbara's name
to the Donna Hicken Foundation,
1015 Atlantic Blvd., Suite 144,
Atlantic Beach, FL 32233.
Oxley-Heard Funeral Directors








FRIDAY. JULY 29,2005 NEWS News-Leader


COUNTY Continued from IA
and adopted.
The county Planning and
Zoning Board is holding several
special meetings a month to
review the latter and suggest
amendments to the county com-
mission.
Previously, planning board
Chair Tom Ford said it could take
two years before it completes the
revisions. However, Mullin said
Wednesday he feels it could be
completed in about four months.
"I think the expectation is the
Planning and Zoning Board will
have more meetings and speed up
the process," he said. "Thats dif-
ficult for an advisory board to do,
but there's an expectation that
they'll do that in order to speed
the process up. They're taking
time to do a very thorough
review."
Another issue Mullin asked the
commission to consider is whether
or not it wants to "pull the plug" on
developer agreements.
Developer agreements are
used to negotiate contributions the
developer will provide the county.
The most significant contributions
surround traffic concurrency the
ability of a road system to.support
the traffic impacts of a new devel-


BENJAMIN PRICE
News-Leader

What is a developer agree-
ment?
Developer agreements are
used throughout the state to nego-
tiate infrastructure and road sys-
tem improvements that residen-
tial and commercial developers
contribute to counties.
In Nassau County, these con-
tributions are often provided in
exchange for traffic concurrency
- the ability of a road system to
handle the traffic impact of a new.
development.
Some roads in the county are
already considered "failing" by the
Florida Department of
Transportation (most significant-
ly A1A east of 1-95) so traffic con-
currency is often an issue for new
developments in the eastern por-
tion of the county.
In many Florida counties, a
developer lacking concurrency
can regaint it by entering-intoriav
"tar 34 e nt _Fe. g\.el-,
oper contributes money toward
improving the road system it is
impacting, and the dollar amount
is determined by a standardized
formula used across the state. Fair
share must also be integrated into
a capital improvement plan to
show where the money's being
spent.
In Nassau County, however,
traffic concurrency is addressed
as part of the developer agree-
ment.
Using a formula derived by
County Engineer Jos6e Deliz earli-


opment.
Mullin told the commission
Monday that addressing traffic
concurrency this way is a "cre-
ative approach" to developer
agreements, and not one for which
they were intended.
Many Florida counties instead
use a "fair share" agreement that
involves a standardized formula
to calculate how much developers
should pay to regain concurren-
cy.
Should the county want to
address concurrency through fair
share, it would also need to adopt
a 5-year capital improvement plan
to show how the road improve-
ments are being funded, Mullin
said. -
If the commission decides to
enter into a moratorium, it would
require a public hearing and an
ordinance that clearly defines the
county's objectives and time frame.
The commission took no action
on the matter Monday, but indi-
cated the issue may be discussed
further.
"Basically we have three
options," commission Chair Ansley
Acree said, "we can move forward
with fair share, have a moratorium,
or just continue with developer
agreements."
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er this year, the county assesses a
$3,000 fee for every unit (or trip)
that a development lacks in con-
currency. So if a development is
short 100 trips, it must pay the
county $300,000 to regain full con-
currency
The money is collected in a
fund used to improve several
county road systems east of 1-95.
County Attorney Mike Mullin
has called this a "creative
approach," but not an illegal one.
He said Wednesday it also has
some advantages over fair share.
For one, the formula is more
"realistic,"'in his opinion, than that
used for fair share. The contribu-
tion of $3,000 per trip is usually
higher than the amount that would
be calculated using the fair share
formula.
The other benefit, he said, is
the county can use the money to
improve road systems in other
parts of the county, not just the
road directly affected by the devel-
opment.
way was not the intended use of
developer agreements, Mullin
said, but it's not prevented by the
state.
However, that may change
based on new growth manage-
ment legislation passed by the
state this spring.
"It's clear by the revised lan-
guagein the growth management
bill that fair share, in some form or
fashion, is going to be the pre-
vailing method to address con-
currency," Mullin said.
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Fernandina Beach Commis-
sioners have asked City Manager
Bob Mearns to provide them with
specifics of the city's contract with
its golf pro, John Vickers.
"I've heard anything from
$150,000-$250,000, and I haven't
the slightest idea what he makes,"
Commissioner Joe Gerrity said at
the commission's July 16 planning
retreat at the city golf course.
"And it would be difficult because
he's using city facilities, but
basically ifs his own private busi-
ness."
Vickers earns a $16,000 salary
but takes the majority of profits
from everything sold and a per-


CITY Continued from lA
to be. These are businesses the
city owns. And if we're going to
run them as a business we have to
make some decisions."
"If we can't run an enterprise
fund at a profitable or a break-
even point, we need to get out of
it," Commissioner Joe Gerrity said
at the retreat "And I want to know
how each one is running individ-
ually."
But Mearns allayed concerns
the enterprise funds would merge
financially, explaining they can-
not be combined for auditing pur-
poses.
The enterprise funds "need
help," Mearns said. "Obviously
the marina could not have expe-
rienced any kind of infusion of
cash without using the public
service tax to back that."
"We're putting over $5 million
into" the marina, Mearns said.
"Unless we change the image of
the marina, we will continue to
operate at the financial levels
we're currently operating, and
that's unsatisfactory." -
Calling problems at the marina
"an institutional matter" rather
than a "personnel issue," Mearns
said aesthetics there need
improvement.
"When you drive up here to
the golf course, you see the flower
beds are well tended to, the park-
ing lot is clean, the grass is cut,"
he said. "When you drive to the
marina, you don't kind of get that
feeling, if you:know what I mean."'
"I^d, ;k~ a genius .to


centage of the snack bar pro shop
and golf club sales, City Attorney
Debra Braga said. His contract
ends this year.
"In the past I think... the city
didn't want to run it themselves,"
Braga said. "So they basically said,
'You take the risk. Well take a per-
centage'... so really everything is
in his name. The employees of the
snack shop are his employees, not
city employees."
"There is a feeling out there in
the community that this is a real
plush deal," Gerrity said.
"Since he's using city facilities,
the city should get more of the
profit," Commissioner Bill Leeper
said.
"Well get the numbers and put
them out there," Mearns said.


walk around and see that grass is
knee-deep and needs to be cut,"
Commissioner Bill Leeper said.
"I think it just depends on who
you have running (the depart-
ment)," Mayor Ken Walker said,
adding, "It takes a lot of money to
keep it (the golf course) looking
like this."
Coleman Langshaw serves as
marina director.
"I'm kind of curious to know
what he does," Vice Mayor Beano
Roberts said.
"I think you need to have a
business head on your shoulders,"
Roberts said, noting that in the
past some slip rental payments
fell delinquent for as long as three
years. "I don't think we have
any business thinking at the mari-
na."
Jokingly called the city's
"affordable housing project" by
Walker, commissioners discussed
the possibility of raising rents for
live-aboards and implementing a
marina fee differential between
city and non-city residents.
Mearns said on Thursday that
no staff changes resulting from a
possible consolidation have been
planned for the immediate future.
"The people running daily opera-
tions really won't change," he said.
Nor will the change create any
new employment' positions,
Mearns said.
"We may be losing a couple,"
he told commissioners at the
retreat. "There's going to be
some waves. I just want to let you
know." .,
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Rouse will be a reading coach for
the school district.
Ron Booker, formerly an assis-
tant principal at West Nassau High
School, will replace Troy Arnold as
principal. Arnold has been appoint-
ed the district's coordinator of
school safety and security.
Ellen Ryan, formerly an assis-'
tant principal at Callahan Middle
School, will replace James Rodeffer
as principal of CMS, while Rodeffer
will serve as the district's director of
secondary education.
Misty Lott, a former curriculum
resource teacher, will replace Dr.
Eric Larsen as principal of Bryce-
ville Elementary School, and Larsen
will replace Diane Romon as prin-
cipal of Emma Love Hardee
Elementary School.
Romon has been appointed the
principal of the new Yulee high
school. Although the school won't
open until August 2006, Turvey said
Romon will be preparing the school
for students by setting up class
schedules and ordering furniture,
among other tasks.
"Construction (of the new high
school) is actually ahead of sched-
ule," said Cris McConnell, director
of facilities for the school system.
"It's moving right along."
New services and programs will
also be available for students this
year. Food Service Director Allyn
Graves is in the process of imple-
menting a new program that will
allow parents to pre-pay for their
children's lunches on the Internet
with a credit card or debit card.
Graves said she's hoping the system
will make keeping up with students'
lunch money accounts more con-
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things to make it more convenient.
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get to work and realize your kid
doesn't have lunch money."
Additional reading instruction
will be available to students who
score low on the reading portion of
the Florida Comprehensive Asses-
sment Test with the implementa-
tion of a district reading plan.
Literacy coaches have been hired to
work with reading teachers
throughout the school system,
Turvey said, and any student who
scores below a 3 on the reading por-
tion of the FCATwill be required to
have a 90-minute, uninterrupted
block of reading instruction during
the school day.
In Nassau County, fewer than
half of eighth, ninth and 12th grade
students passed the reading por-
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'We're trying to assist the strug-
gling readers," Turvey said.
A new science lab has been built
at West Nassau High School. The
lab is designed to work with and
build on laboratories already being
used in Nassau County middle
schools and elementary schools.
"What we're trying to do is have
an articulation between the
schools," Turvey said. The ultimate
goal is to have the new labs in all
Nassau County schools. "(The labs)
encourage a very hands-on
approach to science."
'Students at West Nassau High
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classrooms, new locker rooms and
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Commissioners vote down


rezoning to 'suburban'


BENAJMIN PRICE
News-Leader
A request to rezone 1.65 acres
had the Nassau County Commis-
sioners scratching their heads
Monday.
If the planning board splits its
vote 3-3, should that be considered
a recommendation of approval, or
denial.
According to County Attorney
Mike Mullin, if the planning board
does not approve it, it's technical-
ly considered a denial.
The property in question was
1.65 acres between Roses Bluff
Road and the end of Bells River
Estates, north of AlA. Property
owner Mark Davis was asking for
a zoning change from open rural to
residential so he could place two
single-family homes on the prop-
erty.
County planner Marshall
McCrary said most of the houses
there now are on multi-acre lots.
Three members of the planning
board voted against the applica-


tion at its July 5 meeting because
they were concerned the rezoning
might "expedite the move to a
more suburban area."
There was also opposition from
Bells River Estates Road resident
Warren Smith. Smith also opposed
the rezoning because it might
change the character of the area
toward more dense housing. He
said he had a petition with 21 sig-
natures of people who also opposed'
the application.
Commissioner Marianne
Marshall initially made a motion
to deny the application because
the property would rely on a well
and septic, but it did not receive a
second.
Commissioner Tom Branan
said he did not have a problem
with the application, and made a
motion to approve the rezoning.
But his motion failed 4-1, so the
application was denied.
"People built back there
because they wanted open land,"
commission Chair Ansley Acree
said. "It seems a shame to start


changing this area."
The county commission heard
several other planning- related mat-
ters at its meeting.
The commission also approved
the rezoning of 1.24 acres from
commerical general to residential
on the west side of AlA south of
River Place Condominiums. Four
acres on the other side of A1A
across from River Place were also
rezoned residential.
Several other applications were
tabled, including a development
agreement between the county and
Lofton Reserve, a 17-acre project
on Meadowfield Bluff Road in
Yulee; a development agreement
with Blackheath Park, a 15 acre
project located on Blackrock Road
in Yulee.
Also continued was a develop-
ment agreement between the coun-
ty and Baptist Health Properties
Inc., for a 10,000-square-foot com-
mercial building on 2.75 acres at
the southwest corner of AlA and
Amelia Concourse in Yulee.
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worked with the sheriff's office. According to the report, as that incident.
"She was an excellent employ- police attempted to escortTaylor to In 2002, Taylor was suspended
ee," he said. "She did a great job a waiting taxicab she called the for two weeks from her job with
with everything she did for us." police officer a "pig" and shouted the sheriff's office after she report-
Taylor's duties as legal adviser obscenities before getting into the edly had been drinking before a
included negotiating contracts with cab. Seconds later, police say she ride-along with a deputy and inter-
labor unions, helping to set sher- got back out of the cab and said fered while that deputy was mak-
iff's office policy and procedures, she wasn't going anywhere. ing a traffic stop.
assisting with internal investiga- "(Taylor) became very angry Seagraves said he had a back-
tions and representing the sher- and said she worked for the ground check done on Taylor
iff's office in pending civil litiga- Nassau sheriff's office and before she was hired, and "nothing
tion. Her salarywas $72,000 year. demanded us to leave her alone," alarming" was found. He said
Seagraves said he hired Taylor the report said. : Balkwill, her former employer, per-
at the recommendation of Sarasota Taylor was then placed under sonally recommended Taylor.
County Sheriff Bill Balkwill, where arrest and ordered to get into the "Everybody had nothing but
Taylor was a legal adviser for police car. She reportedly refused good stuff to say about her,"
about three and a half years. But until the police officer threatened Seagraves said.
she resigned that job after public- to use a Taser gun on her. Taylor used an unmarked
ity over two alcohol-related inci- According to police, she was kick- Nassau County Sheriff's Office
dents. ing and screaming inside the vehi- vehicle to drive to the bar.
Atlantic Beach police arrested cle. "I do allow vehicles to be driv-
Taylor about 1:40 a.m. Thursday. According to a news story in en to and from work," Seagraves
Police were called to the scene by the Sarasota Herald-Tribune, said. "Do I allow them to drive it to
the owner of a bar where Taylor Taylor reportedly became intoxi- a bar? No."
had reportedly been drinking and cated at a Siesta Key bar in Taylor was released from jail
was "refusing to leave and caus- January, caused a disturbance and Thursday afternoon on her own
recognizance. Seagraves said he
was notified) of her arrest about 2
q .up rith l]pal S p a.m. Thursday morning by a police
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an embarrassment to the commu-
nity,"
L Seagraves said the vehicle
would be picked up from the
Atlantic Beach Police Department
: T some time on Thursday.
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Fletcher Avenue home that caught fire Wednesday '
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NEWS

Slogan for Callahan
The Town of Callahan is
soliciting ideas for a slogan to
promote public relations and
enhance the image the town
projects in the community.
Ideas for a slogan should be
submitted in writing to
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ideas become property of the
town. Ideas will be accepted
'through Aug. 7.
A prize will be given to the
winner of the slogan contest.
For information, call Town
Clerk Cleo W. Home at (904)
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Callahan Middle
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Callahan Middle School will
offer new student registration
on Aug. 2 and 3 from 8:30-11:30
a.m. and 1-2:30 p.m.
Parents should bring prior
school records (report cards,
current FCAT scores, tran-
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Social Security card, proof of
residence and birth certificate
and other items such as
guardianship or custody
papers.
Sixth grade orientation will
be held on Aug. 4 at 6 p.m. in
the cafeteria.
The first day of school is
Aug. 5. Students will be dis-
missed at 12:30 p.m. on the
first day of school.
The school-wide open
house will be on Aug. 18 at 6
p.m. in the gym.
For more information call
the school at (904) 879-3606.

Class reunion
The West Nassau High
School Class of 1985 is plan-
ning a reunion Sept. 17 to com-
memorate the 20th anniversary
of graduation.
Planned events include a
pep rally and family day. This
will be a great time to recon-
nect with old friends, relive the
glory days and reflect on how
things have changed over the
past two decades.
Visit the website at
www.wnhs.my event.com to
register, sign the guest book or
add a "before and after" photo.
For information call (904) 318-
0888 orle-nhail '


Volunteers needed
The Nassau County
Watershed Action Volunteer
(WAV) Program is looking for
people to measure water levels
in stormwater treatment sys-
tems in the Griffin Road area of
Callahan.
Anyone interested in volun-
teering for the WAV stormwa-
ter data collection project or
other volunteer activities may
call Nassau County WAV
Coordinator Paula Staples at
(904) 225-5613.

4-H opportunities
4-H is a community of
young people learning leader-
ship, citizenship and life skills.
Nassau County has a very
active 4-H program and invites
all youth ages 5-18, as well as
adults, to become involved as
members or volunteers. There
is no charge to join 4-H.
Areas of interest include
rocketry, animal sciences,
foods and nutrition, gardening,
sewing and more.
To learn more about joining
the Nassau County'4-H pro-
gram, contact the Nassau
County Extension Service at
(904) 879-1019.

Office hours
The staff of Rep. Aaron
Bean holds office hours in
Callahan and Hilliard the first
Thursday of each month.
Hilliard hours are 10:30-11:30
a.m. at the Hilliard Town Hall.
Office hours for Callahan are
1:30-2:30 p.m. at Callahan City
Hall.
Appointments are not nec-
essary but may be made
through the district office at
491-3664.

Callahan office
To serve food stamp cus-


tomers in Callahan, the
Department of Children and
Families will have a location
open on Thursdays from 1-5
p.m. at the County Office,
45397 Mickler St
Those who visit DCF's
Callahan service center may
apply for food stamps, cash and
Medicaid assistance, drop off
information and have their
questions answered. Since
most issues can be handled by
telephone, residents in western
Nassau County, including
Callahan, Hilliard, and
Bryceville, can call the
Fernandina Beach office toll-
free at 879-9329.


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Dr. Kia Mitchell joins Dr. Michael
Sharp and Nurse Practitioner Susie Irvin
at Hilliard Medical Center Aug. 29.
The 30-year-old resident of Jacksonville
completed her residency at St. Vincent's
Medical Center June 30 and is eager to
practice family medicine.
"Medicine has several different nich-
es," Mitchell said. "I love treating chil-
dren, I love treating adults and I love treat-
ing seniors. You can do all of those in
family medicine."
Mitchell attended Spelman College in
Atlanta and the University of Miami School
of Medicine.
She met Dr. Sharp through her resi-
dency program and decided she would


enjoy coming to work in Hilliard.
"There's a large need for capable and
competent physicians who are interested
in taking care of a diverse population,"
Mitchell said.
She added that she enjoys interaction
with people and understands the impor-
tance of a patient understanding what the
doctor is saying rather than just hearing a
lot of medical terminology.
Mitchell said many people have a sense
of nervousness when they visit the doctor.
"There's a fear of the unknown," she
said.
She tries to ease patients' nerves by
being open and honest with them and
always greeting them with her smile.
"The more you get to know the person
and not just the disease, the patient
becomes more comfortable."


Carol Knowles, office manager, said
the medical center's employees are very
excited to have Mitchell on board.
"We feel she is going to be an asset to
the community," Knowles said. "She has
a wonderful personality and is great with
people."
The medical center is open Monday
through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Currently, Irvin is there during all
office hours while Sharp is there part-
time.
With the addition of Mitchell, at least
one doctor and a nurse practitioner will be
in the office at all times. New patients are
being accepted.
The family practice, located at 3772 W.
Third St, opened in 1996 and accepts most
insurance along with Medicare and
Medicaid.


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competent
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who are
interested in
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a diverse
population.
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Rolling dental unit makes much-needed stop


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Some Nassau County residents
hopped on the bus for a quick trip to
the dentist this week,
Through the cooperation of the
Barnabas Center and the Northeast
Florida Baptist Association, the
Florida Baptist Mobile Dental Unit
set up camp at the First Baptist
Church of Hilliard Monday through
Friday, offering free dental services
to those in need.
The bus, driven by John and
Marcia Moylan of St. Cloud, trav-
els throughout Florida, stopping at
various destinations the two are dis-
patched to by the, Florida Baptist
Convention.
The Moylans never thought
they'd spend the past three years'
driving a bus and living in hotels,
volunteers' homes and churches,
but that is just what they have done.
Their journey began when John
worked at Disney World and the
two owned a weight loss clinic. They
prayed for a weekend, asking God
to help them develop a 10-year plan.
Three weeks later, their four-
bedroom home and business were
sold and they were on the road.
'"We've always been renegades,"
Marcia said of their unusual lifestyle.
"We're renegades redeemed and
rejoiced by Christ."
The week after their weekend
of prayer, Marcia was working at a










Dr. Rob
Van Etta of
Fernandina
Beach exam-
ines dental
assistant
Marcia
Moylan's
teeth Monday
at the Florida
Baptist l 'l
Mobile ;
Dental Unit.
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homeless shelter in Kissimmee. The
bus came to provide services and as
Marcia talked with them, she
learned the people on board were
retiring in three weeks.
"We just laid it in front of the
Lord and said if this wasn't what we
were supposed to do, to close the
doors," Marcia said. "But he opened
them further and pushed us
through."
Now the couple is on the road 44
to 46 weeks each year.
John Moylan is the mechanic,
chauffeur, equipment manager and
dental assistant Marcia, a licensed
nurse practitioner, keeps him on his
toes and enjoys the work they do.
Local dentists and dental assis-
tants who volunteer to provide free
extractions, fillings and X-rays join
the Moylans at each stop. Patients
are adults who are 150 percent
below poverty level and do not have
insurance.
Nassau County dentists who
donated their time included
Kenneth Mertz, Ken Owens, Rob
Van Etta and Laurie Kitson of
Fernandina Beach, Jeff Slavkovsky
of Yulee, and Timothy Garvey of
the University of Florida College of
Dentistry, along with two of his stu-
dents.
"Dentistry's been good to us, so
why not give back," said Van Etta. "It
behooves all dentists to spend time
and give back because they've all
been so blessed."


On Monday alone, close to 40
teeth were pulled and multiple fill-
ings were done. Dr. David Drake,
director of missions for the
Northeast Florida Baptist
Convention, said one patient had
five teeth pulled, which would have
cost roughly $1,500 at a dentist's
office.
Churches that provided volun-
teers included First Baptist Church
of Hilliard, Live Oak Baptist


Church, First Baptist Church of
Callahan, Springhill Baptist Church
and First Baptist Church of
Fernandina Beach.
Sonya Caton, program manager
of the Barnabas Center, said the
organization offers dental services
to residents of the community once
a month, but that only allows for
eight to 10 residents to be assisted
per month.
She estimated approximately


370 people in Nassau County pre-
sented a need for free dental serv-
ices in 2004. During the mobile
unit's visit, 72 people were able to
have problem teeth fixed.
'To have the need you have and
not be able to help everyone, you
have to reach out," Caton said,
adding that the Barnabas Center
may have a mobile dentist come to
the county at least once each year.
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" PINION FRIDAY, JULY 29,2005/News-Leader
OPINION


VOICE OF THE PEOPLE


Respect
My husband and I visited here
on Amelia Island six years ago for
the first time. We had been looking
for a place to retire to for about a
year. All the people we came in
contact with at the restaurants,
shops and local movie theater were
so welcoming and friendly that we
bought our house before we left
that weekend! We are full-time res-
idents and over the years have
encouraged our friends and family
to visit our "beautiful and friendly"
island. As you other full-time i-esi-
dents know a beach house is often
a "bed and breakfast for family and
friends" and we love it!
We take them to our local
restaurants and shops. We always
hear how friendly and welcoming
everyone is. That is why I am so
appalled at the behavior of a local
shop owner in our beautiful down-
town. Our Centre Street shops are
one of the first places we take vis-
itors because of their beauty,
uniqueness and the history of
downtown. There was one shop I
particularly liked because of the
items it carries and would be sure
all visitors went there. After a
recent weekend I will no longer
frequent this shop.
I was downtown with another
local resident and her out-of-town
visitor and we went into this par-
ticular shop. As we were looking
around another lady in the store
picked up an item to look at it. She
was not aware of the fact it was
two pieces and dropped one. This
made a small chip in one of the
pieces. The shop owner became
irate! (And that is putting it mildly.).
She began to yell at this lady right
in the middle of the store in front


of everyone in there. The lady said
she was sorry, it was an accident,
she did not realize it was two pieces
and just wanted to see the price.
Shop owners who don't want you to
touch their merchandise would be
wise to price items where we the
customer could see it without hav-
ing to pick it up!
The shop owner went on to not
only yell at this older lady but to
insist that she pay for the item.
The lady said she would but would
have to use her credit card as she
did not have that much cash ($35)
as she was on a fixed income. The
shop owner at this point yelled at
the lady, "If you are on a fixed
income why did you bother to even
come in here." At this point my
friend, her visitor and I chose to
leave. We waited outside next door
for this lady to come out.
When she did come out she
was in tears because she was so
embarrassed. We told her she had
nothing to be embarrassed about
and to please not judge our island
on the bad behavior of one shop
owner. She even said the shop
owner told her loudly as she was
leaving not to go in any other
stores and touch anything while
she was here!
Don't get me wrong. I do feel
shop owners have a right to con-
front someone who breaks some-
tihing in their store but there is a
right and wrong way to do this.
Everyone should be treated with
respect no matter age, race, sex
or income. This shop owner could
have taken her to the side and spo-
ken to her quietly. She also should
have signs on fragile and two-piece
items warning. the customer to
"handle with care."
Unfortunately my friend and I


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are of the same opinion that we
will no longer take visitors in this
shop to see their items. I also hope
the disrespectful behavior of this
one shop owner does not continue
as it could have an adverse effect
on other downtown shop owners.
My best advice to all shop owners
is please price your items where we
the customer can see it without
having to pick it up and look on
the bottom and, most of all, treat
everyone with respect.
Lynne Reid
Fernandina Beach

Sick columnist
So-called columnist John
Crawford should have a few tick
bites, wait until he gets sick, take
the 10 days of antibiotics it will
take to cure him and then write
about the disease ("I have an opin-
ion according to me," July 20).
Only then will he have the slightest
idea of what he is talking about
when he discounts the problems
Lyme disease causes.
Marie Bogeson
Colchester, Conn.

Use common sense
Anyone on the island last Friday
afternoon saw that the power went
out for about 15 minutes.
Now I'm not a law enforcement
official, but it seems to me that
when I took drivers' education we
were taught that when a traffic sig-
nal is not functioning, the inter-
section should be treated as a four-
way stop intersection. I did ask this
question to a policeman once and
he concurred that is absolutely
correct.
Wrong as it is, it seems to be a
more popular theory that whoever
is on the busier road or has the
bigger vehicle has the right of way.
Please be careful and use com-
mon sense.
Steve Arbo
Fernandina Beach

Park follies
I was amused to read about the
refurbishment of a park in
Riverside that used to give the peo-
ple access to the St. Johns River


with their cane poles to catch mul-
let and other fish. It's interesting
that they just spent $1.5 million to
refurbish a park that people use,
but built no bathroom facilities and
put up a four-foot fence to block
people's access to cane pole fishing
for mullet and other fish.
That park issue got me thinking
about similar situations we had and
have here in Fernandina. It led me
to remember the stupidity of our
local politicians who wanted to
close the downtown marina ramp
because it doesn't make any money
for the city. Well, think of it this
way the marina operation does-
n't make any money for us in the
public who use the ramp to enjoy
recreational boating and pay the
taxes. But wait! We have the coun-
ty's North End Boat Ramp, which
if you happen to be the guy taking
out his boat when a large wake
heads his way, and his boat ends up
on the back window of his pick-up
truck, then you would appreciate
the safe, calm, waters of the mari-
na boat ramp.
Furthermore, while we're talk-
ing about the boat ramp and down-
town marina, let's not forget to
mention our own refurbishment of
our marina. How can our commis-
sioners be so stupid as to deal with
Passero & Associates, which was
hired to do the design for our mari-
na area of which our new wrap-
around deck has just been com-
pleted? Instead of being able to
enjoy a beautiful view and breeze
coming off the river, my 88-year-old
mother who comes to town to visit
has to sit in fixed benches facing
the Hampton Inn. Which, by the
way, if the city had been thinking,
before they issued that permit,
would have built balconies out of
every room facing the water that
would have had vacationers flock-
ing to the hotel for the beautiful
smell of fresh air and a great view.
Since the seating has just been
completed, we the public ought to
demand that the commissioners
and Passero & Associates pay to
have it built the right way
(Jacksonville's boardwalk has no
rails and all the benches face the
river duh!). I think it would be
a good idea if the News-Leader
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readers and ask "should the bench-
es face the water or should they
face the Hampton Inn and parking
lot?" It would be interesting to hear
the public response to that ques-
tion.
Finally, let's not forget about
tearing up all the "always green -
no maintenance" grass in the medi-
ans down Eighth Street last year to
replace it with "new" grass. As of
this week, it's three-feet tall and
all weeds!
Sometimes, I have to think that
our elected officials must have
been hit with the "stupid bat" when
it comes to making decisions that
benefit "us" the taxpayers.
Mark Mulrain
Fernandina Beach

Mild spanking
I'm pleased with the response to
my spanking article ("Should we
spank our children," June 22, and
Voice of the People, July 8). I'm
sending the letter writer copies of
my source articles citing the
Family Research Council informa-
tion on spanking.
I'm sure he, like many others, is
most sincere in his opposition to
spanking. However my position
should not be construed to be that


of a pro-spanking advocate. I do
not approve of parents abusing
their children. However, I also do
not agree that "all" spanking is
harmful. In my- 30 years of prac-
tice in schools and hospitals I have
seen many children who were hor-
ribly abused. Some of these chil-
dren were physically and emo-
tionally injured by parents who
were following well-intentioned
advice to not spank. Unfortunately
when their alternative disciplinary
strategies failed they ended up
harshly spanking out of frustration
and anger instead of mildly spank-
ing out of love. I believe that had
these parents not been discour-
aged from using appropriate mild
spanking they might not have lost
control.
I realize this is a highly emo-
tional issue and I appreciate the
writer's reasoned objection to
spanking. However, the debate on
spanking is not over and I believe
additional research will continue
to show that mild spanking admin-
istered to young children with love
and respect is not harmful but
indeed beneficial to raising healthy
responsible children.
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Took her time,


and hurried


through life

My first editor fired me a lot.
She fired me for being late, for misspelling
names, for destroying four rolls of film in the
wash, for spilling her tea in the floorboard of her,
car. She fired me for being too slow, for writing too
sloppily, and once I got fired for being late to an
editorial meeting because I got a speeding ticket.
But maybe the closest I
came to staying fired was the
first and last time I wrote obit-
uaries.
Several death notices
came over the fax an hour
before deadline and needed
to be written quickly to make
it in the paper.
"Make sure to double-
check the names," she said.
"But take your time and
Ben qmin hurry."
Price Some newspapers have a
-''--,'"--- t very stblghtff6r d,consA -
tent formula for death notices:
NEWSROOM Name, age, dates and cause of
VIEWS death (sudden, brief or
extended illness), a short
biography, the list of relatives and finally the
arrangements.
But I was new, and didn't know this, so I decid-
ed to liven up the obit page a bit by making it a lit-
tle more "literary."
So I wrote something like:
"Mourners gathered at the graveside of John
Smith Monday, to say their final good-bye to a man
they remembered for guiding the 1949 Springfield
High football team to the state semi-finals, and for
his sacrifice to his country that earned him a
Purple Heart in the Korean War."
I put a lot of time and thought into this, and
extremely proud of myself, but extremely late, I
handed her the obits.
She read the first line. She looked at the clock
showing an hour past deadline. She looked back at
me. Then I saw her expression change from one of
complete bewilderment to that of a person about
to cry.
"Get out of here," she said. "You're fired."
She then spent the next half hour in complete
silence re-writing each one of the obits. She was
frustrated as hell, but in spite of herself she could-
n't help but find it funny.'
Thank God some people are born with patience
and a sense of humor.
I thought about that story a lot this week after
reading an obituary for my first editor, Terri
Blackwell, in her own newspaper.
She died after a sudden illness Saturday. She
was 45.
I guess my problem with obituaries then, and
now, is that they're tributes to brevity and under-
statement.
Her professional accomplishments and commu-
nity involvement are all there: editor and publisher
of several award-winning newspapers; president-
elect of the Kiwanis Club; board of directors at the
community center; singer in the church choir.
But obituaries don't say anything about how a
person handled herself with complete profession-
alism in an office that was cramped and often with-
out air-conditioning.,
How she could be patient but stern. How she
could be tough. How she could be the sweetest
lady you've ever met in your life 23 hours a day,
but an hour before deadline you could offer her a
Coke and get cussed at
How she appreciated a good joke and could fill
a room with her laugh. It doesn't say anything
about that leather jacket and that motorcycle.
It can't say that she recognized a newspaper
could be more than a record of highway deaths,
arrests and wedding announcements. That it could
inform and entertain a community that she cared
about very much. That it was an important job, a
creative job and a rewarding job that was worth
doing well. That it was worth working past mid-
night to get something right.
Like trying to get down exactly how you feel
about a person you'll miss very much.
Benjamin Price is a reporter at the News-Leader
E-mail him at bprice@fbnewsleader.com.

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This week I've got good news and bad news for
you loyal readers.
First the good news:
It seems the citizens of the county are finally
starting to reach their limit of governmental ineffi-
ciency and ineptitude as witnessed by the following
results from a recent poll (conducted by the
University of North Florida) of county residents:
Only 30.4 percent have a favorable opinion of
the job the county commission is doing managing
the county.
If another election were held "today," only 24.5
percent would vote to re-elect their current commis-
sioners.
Just 40.5 percent would support increasing
sales taxes to help pay for growth.
Over 66 percent favor using impact fees (paid
by developers and builders) to help pay for county
growth.
A whopping 73.6 percent of residents favor the
direct election (instead of the appointment by the
commission) of the county manager/administrator.
Over half (56.1 percent) would like to see a
"strong county mayor," electedby the people, who
would be responsible for the day-to-day operations
of the county. The commission would pass legisla-
tion, and the mayor would execute it.
A strong 65 percent believe the structure of
the county government needs to be changed, and
that a blue-ribbon committee should be established
to study and recommend what those changes
should be.
These findings are encouraging, and are the
"good news." The "bad news" is that this survey did-
n't deal with Nassau County, but rather Clay County
to the south of Jacksonville. But if you thought you
were reading about Nassau County as you went
through the statistics, then all is not lost, because
many of the problems and frustrations facing our
neighbors in Clay are similar to those we face here
at home.
After all, they have had some landfill issues (ille-
gal dumping), and we have some landfill issues (we


Re: "We need change on the waterfront," a view-
point by Louis Goldman on July 15.
Not wanting to get into all the discussions on the
Community Redevelopment Area, code enforce-
ment's errors, the Crane Island dispute and all the
other problems facing the city these days, I have to
submit this opinion regarding the marina and river-
front park on our river.
As we have stated many times, the riverfront
park and the marina are one of our important assets
- and the other is Main Beach. Having served on
the Main Beach Advisory Committee seven years, I
still find the hardest questions are sometimes the
simplest to solve. The city had one of its dedicated
groups of volunteers which came up with a compre-
hensive plan to improve our Main Beach area yes,
it was even approved by the city commission several
years ago. After years of working on Main Beach
and plans nothing has been done to finish that job.
During the last couple of years the committee
was asked to take on added responsibility of design-
ing two new parks, North Beach Park and Seaside
Park. These two were completed and opened for the
public several years ago and are now enjoyed by
many. (The deletion of bathrooms at Seaside was
due to the commissioners' decision.)
Approximately two years after completion of
these parks, the question of the city's sunsettingg"
(removing) all the advisory committees was intro-
duced by the city manager. This would then remove
citizens' input from these various committees to the


won't be able to afford ours in a
E-' few years). Their citizens are
Stirred of the performance of
,. their elected and appointed offi-
.. ,- cials, and our residents well,
what can I say?
S.. And yet there may be some
additional "good news," cour-
tesy of our long-suffering
friends in Clay County. They
have banded together and are
Mike Boyle pushing for a grand jury investi-
gation of their county govern-
."'. ment and its performance in
WAIT A critical areas. What a great idea!
MINUTE Why don't we try that? Why,
not, indeed?
It turns out Nassau County already has a grand
jury impaneled (running through October), and
here are some pertinent excerpts from the instruc-
tions given to it by Circuit Judge Robert Foster in
April of this year:
Section 1.3: Your duties are those of an inves-
tigative body. You are authorized to inquire into and
investigate both criminal and civil matters.
Section 1.4: No duty of citizenship is more
important than service as a grand juror, for no other
group of citizens has the opportunity to make a
more valuable contribution to the administration of
justice.
Section 1.7: (The grand jury) will have the
opportunity, if circumstances justify it, to inquire
into, examine and investigate not only violations of
the criminal law, but all phases of the civil adminis-
tration of government.
Section 3.1: The grand jury is not limited to
investigations of criminal matters. It has broad pow-
ers to make inquiries into civil administration,
regardless of whether criminal or irregular conduct
is charged. It has the power to investigate public
offices to determine if they are being conducted
according to law and good morals. It also has the
power to investigate the conduct of public affairs by


commissioners. However, our committee chooses to
fight to continue this valuable volunteer committee
and was the only advisory committee to survive the
"sunset" at that time. We are now waiting for others
to volunteer and the city manager to notify when we
begin the new committee. Several of our members of
the past committee do not desire to commit because.
of past indecision of city commissioners to proceed
to implement the approved plans of Main Beach.
In a meeting with the city manager prior to the
decision to keep this committee, our committee pre-
sented some solutions and added more responsibili-
ty that we were willing to take on to help the city.,
One of these was to help with the riverfront park by
assisting with design (what the public wants there)
and do the necessary work required. Another pro-
posal was that the city purchases the Lewis property
(which includes the waterslide, Go-Kart, restaurant
and Lshaped building) on Main Beach. We still have
concerns that development there would not be in the
best interest of the city citizens. The elimination of
recreational faculties would deprive our youth of
necessary uses here and in Fernandina. No word on
this subject only discussed at a recent city com-
missioners' meeting a few weeks ago.
As for the riverfront park, I am questioning Mr.
Goldman's view because I believe the park should be
free of any commercial development as much as pos-
sible. Any condos and commercial buildings that
would be built would not be in the best interests of
the citizens of Fernandina. Now all of a sudden these


public officials and employees, including the power
to inquire whether those officials are competent or
lax in the performance of their duties.
Section 3.2: (The grand jury) should inquire
into matters of governmental administration, includ-
ing county institutions, building, offices and offi-
cers, and, when appropriate, make presentment con-
cerning the physical, sanitary and general
conditions.
Section 3.4 (The grand jury) may make a fair
report on its findings even though the report inci-
dentally may reflect negligence or incompetence on
the part of a public official. There are no limitations
on the grand jury telling the truth when circum-
stances justify it. Grand jury investigations of civil
matters and local government are not uncommon.
.They are necessary and commendable if they pro-
duce good results. The searching eye and inquiring
mind of the grand jury is an effective deterrent to
evil and corruption; no officer or agency of govern-
ment is above or beyond the reach of the grand jury.
A public official or employee who conducts public
work in a proper manner has no reason to fear the
grand jury, and if there are reasons to do so, you
should not hesitate to call any public official or
employee before you.
Could it be any clearer? I am tempted to dissect
each of the forgoing sections of the grand jury's
instructions, and show the application they could
have on various issues here-in Nassau County. But I
have complete confidence that readers will be able
to do that for themselves, and I suspect that our
public officials will also be able to connect the dots.
I don't know what issues (if any) our grand jury is
currently investigating, but if they are looking for
work, they can give me a call. I'm working on a list
that should interest them. It's time the people (not
the officials themselves) had a role in identifying
and resolving our county's problems, and the grand
jury provides the way to do it.
Mike Boyle, an Amelia Island resident, spent 27
years as an FBIAgent. His column appears Fridays.
He can be reached at michaelhboyle@earthlink.net.


Who are traitors in this case?


"Even though I'm a tranquil guy now at this stage
of my life, I have nothing but contempt and anger for
those who betray the trust by exposing a name of
our sources. They are, in my view, the most insidi-
ous of traitors."
-former CIA Director and President George H.W.
Bush (aka "W's" dad)

"We deserve people who work in the White
House who are committed to protecting classified
information, telling the truth to the American people,
and living by example to the idea that a country at
war with Islamic extremists cannot focus its efforts
on attacking other American citizens who simply
tried to tell the truth."
-former CIA agent and registered Republican
Larry Johnson (July 23, Reuters News Service)
For those of \ou who either hame been living
t ithoui.Wany news or simply living under a ?Ofk',lc ;
there has been a "leak" in the White House. No, the
leak is not from a toilet, but it
might as well have been. It's
that dirty.
Here's the Cliff's Notes ver-
sion. The Bush administration
said there were weapons of
mass destruction in Iraq.
S, Diplomat Joseph Wilson said
the White House distorted intel-
Sligence to justify a war against ,
Saddam. Wilson is married to
Coleman an undercover CIA agent you
know, the type who uses a code
Langshaw name and stealth in.performing
... her duties in protecting the
United States and our allies, the'
OPINIONS type who needs to remain
FROM TlE anonymous, for obvious rea-
GOLDFISH ] sons. Top administration offi-
L cials, angered by Wilson's alle-
gations, apparently seek retaliation by leaking the
name of Valerie Plame, Wilson's wife.
Oh, and by the way,.those officials are no less
than President Bush's top aide Karl Rove and Vice
President Cheney's aide Lewis "Scooter" Libby
(man, I love that, how apropos, "Scooter," kind of
sounds like he's experienced at scurrying about, lit-
erally or figuratively but that's just my spin.)
And speaking of spin, now enter the administra-
tion spinners, once again.
According to Reuters News Service, Republican
National Committee spokesperson Tracy Schmitt
(rushing to the defense of Rove and Libby) is quoted


as saying, "Democrats' eagerness to rush to judg-
ment makes it clear that their motives are partisan...
if they had full confidence in the investigatory
process, they would let it proceed rather than launch
political attacks."
Hmmm, two different journalists, columnist
Robert Novak and Time Magazine reporter Mathew
Cooper must be psychopathic liars who. want to. trash
their credibility and careers, and the Democrats
have no reason to believe them. It's just politics.
Well, it's not hard to understand why the
Republicans feel this way, after all Rove is the master
of distorting information for political gain, so no won-
der they are so quick to make the "political" argu-
ment.
OK, I am running out of patience, playing with
this one. Maybe Rove and "Scooter" are innocent
angels, but I doubt it A CIA undercover agent has
been "outed" by some high-ranking member our


own government, for political purposes, and the
administration goes on the attack. I guess they
believe that the best defense is a strong offense.
And what does President Bush do about this?
Well, instead of sticking to his word, that he would
fire anyone involved with a leak, now he says he'll
fire anyone who acted illegally. Woo, now's there's
real resolve! Next, his stand will probably morph into
anyone convicted will get fired. Talk about flip-flop-
ping!
George Jr. is definitely no George Sr.
I think I couldn't have summed it up any better
than Senior's own words. If Rove and Libby are
responsible, and it certainly sounds like they are,
then "they are, in my view, the most insidious of trai-
tors."
Maybe it's time for a father-to-son talk.
Coleman Langshaw ofFernandina Beach writes
regularly for the News-Leader


buildings can be torn down and of course developed
into profitable developments for the owners. After all
these years of eyesore, why now?
I wonder if the commissioners personally looked
at the area being built with the decking alongside
Brett's Waterway Caf6. The additional steps that
would have been built are almost completed and
now eliminated at the recent commissioners' meet-
ing July 18.
While it makes sense to have some steps, it does-
n't make sense to rip them out if they are 80 percent
complete. For city commissioners' information,
there are enough city citizens who have talent,
knowledge, and input abilities, such as the former
Main Beach Planning Committee, which would
serve, make recommendations, to present to the
commissioners for their approval. The beach com-
mittee has worked with the present firm before,
namely the North and Seaside beach parks.
The many recent costs of the outside firms work-
ing on the project, including the consultants from
Jacksonville and the rest of the state, still hasn't put
their finger on the pulse of what the citizens want A
simple park along the appearance of St. Marys, Ga.
Green spaces, walking/running paths, necessary
parking, benches and a clear view of the river.
Maybe a field trip to St. Marys would give you a bet-
ter idea.
I like the welcome station I do have a picture
taken in the '60s of this building. We used to get a
free cup of Florida orange juice!


VIEWPOINT/JOHN P. MEGNA/FERNANDINA BEACH



For a simple park on the river










CLUBS



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GROUPS

To add your organization to
this list or to revise an entry, e-
mail type@fbnewsleader.com
or call Heather at the News-
Leader at 261-3696.
U.S. SUBVETS Kings
Bay Base/Trident Chapter
meets at 6 p.m. on the third
Wednesday during the first two
months of each quarter and a
social dinner meeting on the
third Saturday of the last
month of the quarter at St.
Marys Submarine Museum,
102 St. Marys St. West, St.
Marys, Ga., for the
Wednesday evening meetings;
Saturday location varies. Call
(912) 882-ASUB, e-mail: gift-
shop@ eagnet.com or visit the
chapters' web site at: kbtri
dentsubvets.hypermart.net/.
VFW #4351 Adjutant
meets second Monday of
every month at 7:30 at Ten
Acres. Contact: Cliff Prince
261-8022.
Veterans of Foreign
Wars Post 10095 and its
Ladies Auxiliary meet at 8 p.m.
the first Friday of each month
at the VFW Post at 37965
Eastwood Road in Hilliard. The
Post and Auxiliary have a cov-
ered dish dinner the second
Sunday of each month at 1:30
p.m: at the Post. Contact: 845-
7139 or 845-3668.
Worksource provides
services to job seekers and
businesses. 96042 Lofton
Square, Yulee. Contact: 432-
0009.
Yulee Optimists Club
meets at noon on the second
Tuesday of each month at the
North Hampton Golf Club.
Contact: Ron Noble 261-3644.
AARP meets second
Monday of each month (except
July and September) at 1 p.m.
at the Nassau County Council
on Aging building. Contact:
Fred Sanders 277-6864, or
John Megna at 277-2143.
Amelia Island Chess
Club meets from 1:30-4:30
p.m. on the third Saturday of
the month at Cafe Karibo, 27
N. 3rd St., Fernandina Beach.
Contact: Dan Doulet 261-
0700. '
Amelia Cruizers Car
Club meets at 7 p.m. on the
second Tuesday of each
month. Cruise-In every other
Friday at 5 p.m.
Amelia Island
Genealogical Society meets
third Tuesday at 7 p.m.
Location varies. Contact:
Myrtle Holmes (904) 879-7341
Amelia Island Quilters
Guild meets at 6:30 p.m. on
the first Thursday of the month
from September-June at
Fernandina Beach Womans
Club. Contact: Marcia
Gramzow 277-0883 or
aiq.homestead.com.
Amelia Island Sailing
Club meets at 6:30 p.m. on
the first Tuesday of each
month at the Ten Acres Club
(Kraft Athletic Club). Contact:
Commodore Butch Beard,
491-0755.
Amelia Masonic Lodge
#47 meets the second and
fourth Tuesday of every month
at 7:30 p.m. at 1101 S. 14th St.
in Femandina Beach. John
Martin 261-9015 or www.mas
termason.com/amelia.
American Cancer
Society offers assistance to
cancer patients through the
Cancer Resource Center locat-
ed at First Coast Oncology in
Femandina Beach. Resources
include patient education
materials, breast prosthesis, '
wigs and turbans. Call
Margaret at 277-2700.


PLANTATION NEWS, lhA


FRIDAY, JULY 29, 2005
NEWS-LEADER/FERNANDINA BEACH, FL


PAGE 8A


Accomplished author shares the rest of her story


Peggy Stanton
Artist journalist
and author
I sat in Peggy Stanton's sunny
studio on Ash Street determined
to find out more about her fasci-
nating life.
Having been
treated to bits
and pieces as
our friendship
has grown, I
was eager to get
the "rest of the
story." Stanton
has impressive
Stanton credentials. She
was married to
-Bill Stanton, a member of the
U.S. Congress from Ohio who
served 18 years and later worked
for the World Bank for 14 years.
Her career prior to marrying


with
Dickie And


Stanton took her to Washington,
D.C., where she served as the
first female television correspon-
dent for ABC. She is an accom-
plished author and artist. She
will be quick to share no con-
test, her proudest accomplish-
ments being a mother and
grandmother.
Her daughter, Kelly, lives in
Grosse Pointe, Mich., and is the
mother of four. She, too, is a
writer and worked for NPR
before starting her family. While
raising her young family she con-
tinues as a freelance writer.


Stanton met her Prince
Charming while covering the
"Hill" first for Metro Media and
later for ABC. She caught the
eye of the handsome representa-
tive and they were soon married.
To know Stanton is to know
peace is her passion. You find it
in her writing and art and in
every conversation. As I looked
around at the artwork that hangs,
in her studio with its rich sym-
bolism, I listened as she
described a life-changing trip to
Medjugorje. She traveled with
her daughter to the Bosnian-
Herzegovinan village where the
Virgin Mary is said to have
appeared and continues to
appear to visionaries who share
her messages with the world.
Between 20 and 30 million pil-
grims have been to Medjugorje,
including priests, bishops and
cardinals.


Father's Day fish fry under the trees

IT ove is a word that has a lot of meaning to the friendship and fellowship.
it However, none of the meanings are any When you pass by these
Sjgood until we put them into action. There great men, give a wave, hello
itis a group of men who share a lot of love or honk your horn. Let them
with each other. They can be found under the know they are truly loved and
trees on South Ninth Street. .. invite them to be with you
I believe they are called The Men of South .sometime. They are not the
Ninth Street, a fellowship that has been together lost ones, for Jesus knows
for many years. where they are and we are all
Last month, as a special Father's Day celebra- precious in his sight
tion, they went to the trees in the yard of the Rev. Maybelle Brother Prince Albert, we
William O. Holmes, who knows there are other Kirkland miss you. Get well soon. And
trees in town other than those on Ninth Street. lots of love to you, too.
They celebrated Father's Day with a fish fry. A lot Birthday wishes to Sylvia
of love was shared., NOW Johnson, Hattie Baker,
They really had a good time. These men are AND THEN Ernestine Coakley, Raven
positive forces in our community. They love to talk 277-3285 Hardy, William Bacon Sr.,
with and share their experiences with younger Pamela Fisher, Ryan
men on how to be better men and fathers. Peterson, Geri Smith, Deondra Hightower,
A special moment was held as they remem- Carminique Blue, Darryl Williams, Kendaris
bered those who have gone on to receive their Chatman, Blake Jones, JaSean Washington,
rewards on high. What a great way to be remem- Clarice Jones, Deloris Holmes. Annie Perkins,
bered. They continue toshare, hei- l, iev MbIother Blanche Williams. Michelle Williams, and,
didn't have 5,000, but Jesus made it possible for Darlene Albertie. Lots of wishes to my little girl,
them to feed many. Carlesa Alexander, with lots of lots of love, and a
Some of them joined Rev. Holmes in church for special hello to Jimmy Oglesby thanks for your
their Men's Day celebration and to thank God for kind words.


MILITARY NEWS


N Eric D. High, M.D.
(internist/gastroenterologist) is
the grandson of Elliott Richo of
Fernandina Beach and the son of
James and Catherine High of
Philadelphia, Pa. High's research
paper on colon cancer was select-
ed and presented at the 106th
annual meeting of the American High
Gastroenterological Association .Hi
that met last month in Chicago.
The title of Dr. High's paper is "Yield of Index
Colonoscopy Screening Patients Over 50 Years of
Age with a Family History of Colorectal Cancer: A
Validation of Current Screening." :
High was the first Bill Cosby Scholar to gradu-
ate from Central High School, Philadelphia, Pa., in
1987. He was awarded a full scholarship to Central
State University in Wilberforce, Ohio. He graduat-
ed cum laude in chemistry in 1991 and was award-:
ed a Naval Fellowship to Wright State School of
Medicine in Dayton, Ohio.
High is a lieutenant commander in the U.S.
Medical Corp. He is a resident at Bethesda and
Walter Reed medical centers in Bethesda, Md.,
and Washington, D.C., respectively.
'V Army Cpl. Christopher D. Geraci is a mem-
ber of the 48th Brigade Cbmbat Team which
recently participated in one of the most realistic
, scenarios offered by the U.S. Army at the National
Training Center, Fort Irwin, Calif. The Georgia


National Guiard soldier is a member of Charlie
Company, 1st Battalion, 121st Infantry Regiment
based in Gainesville, Ga.
The NTC, located in the Mojave Desert, is the
premier combat training center for.desert warfare.
Its rugged terrain and environment provide a real-
istic and grueling test for troops of the 48th
Brigade Combat Team in preparation for deploy-
ments to Iraq.
Geraci, a Bradley fighting vehicle gunner with
five years military service, is the son of Paul F
Geradci of Kirkland, Wash., and Kathy A.
Colavecchio of Jacksonville. His wife, Lisa, is the
daughter of Tom Grossholz and Sheila Grossholz
of Callahan.'
0 Air Force Airman 1st Class Travis N. Perkins
has graduated from the Air Traffic Control
Operations Apprentice Course at Keesler Air
Force Base, Biloxi, Miss.
The course is designed to train students to con-
trol en route and terminal air traffic by use of visu-
al, radar, and non-radar means at air traffic control
facilities. Students learn aircraft identification and
to initiate and issue air traffic control clearances,
instructions and advisories to ensure the safe,,
orderly and expeditious flow of air traffic operat-
ing under instrument and visual flight rule.
He is the son of Lary L. and Karen D. Perkins
of Hilliard. His wife, Valerie, is the daughter of
Donald Haskins and Patricia Haskins of Hilliard.
Perkins is a 2003 graduate of Hilliard High School.


Her trip inspired the creation
of the Mary Anne Foundation,
named after the mother and the
grandmother of the Prince of
Peace. The foundation is an inter-
national charitable organization,
dedicated to the belief that the
search for peace is first and fore-
most a spiritual quest.
Stanton has written two
books. The Daniel Dilemma is a
series of portraits that profile
"moral" men in America that
include Andrew Young, John
McCormick, Gerald Ford, Don,
Shula, Arthur Taylor, Harold
Hughes, Ray Scherer, Mark
Hatfield and James Buckley. She
also co-authored another book,
How to Help Your Child Eat
Right.
Her energy is boundless. As
she works on a current book, it
has become less a memoir and
more about Medjugorje and its


life-changing effect on her life.
More and more time is spent in
her painting studio on Ash
Street. She recently received an
honorable mention in the
"People's Choice" art show at the
co-op gallery with a picture of
her granddaughter, Megan, in
"high hilarity."
It surprises even Stanton that
she picked Amelia Island to set-
tle after her husband's death.
She had considered Washington,
Ohio or Ft. Lauderdale before
she made her choice. While visit-
ing a brother who lives on
Amelia Island, she decided that
the island had what she needed
to be happy and productive.
Amelia Island is richer for her
decision.
"Conversations" is published on
Friday. E-mail Dickie Anderson
at dickiemm@bellsouth.net.


CAMPUS NOTES


On May 20, 2005, Anna
Amelia Major graduated from
Livonia High School in Livonia,
La. She was salutatorian of her
graduating
class, earning a
3.97 grade point
average. She
will attend o
Louisiana State
University in
Baton. Rouge,
La, in the fall.
Major is the Major
recipient of the
Tops Honors
Award scholarship, which will
pay all tuition for four years,
while she pursues an academic
degree. The scholarship also
includes an additional stipend of
$400 per semester or $800 per
academic year. Based on her
high ACT, score, Majqr.wasinvit-
.-d to asend the LSU Freshman
Spring Testing Invitational in
April, where she exempted six
hours of college credit
During high school, Major
was an active member of the
Beta Honor Club, Fellowship of
Christian Athletes, Student
Council, the yearbook staff, and'
Pointe Coupee Young Leaders.
She was co-editor of the Wildcat
Yearbook during her senior year.
She was voted "Most Likely to
Succeed" by her senior class.
She also traveled to Europe with
classmates her junior and senior
years of high school, exploring
the countries of England, France,
Italy and Switzerland.
Major is the 18-year-old
daughter of David and Fran
Watson Major of Torbert, La.
Her father is a former resident


and native of Fernandina Beach.
She has a brother, Ben, who will
be a sophomore at Livonia High
next year. Grandparents are
Willie and Joyce Watson of
Fernandina Beach.
The U.S.Achievement
Academy has announced that
Tyler Mixon of Fernandina
Beach has been named an All-
American Scholar.
The USAA has established
the All-American Scholar Award
Program to offer deserved
recognition to superior students
who excel in the academic disci-
plines. The All-American
Scholars must earn a 3.3 grade
point average or higher. Only
scholars selected by a school
instructor, counselor or other
qualified sponsor are accepted.
These scholars are also eligible
fojr other USAA awards.
Mixon, who attends
Fernandina Beach High School,
was nominated for this national
award by Sarah Coombs.
Mixon is the son of Kim and
Ripp Mixon of Fernandina
Beach. His grandparents are Ben
and Gail Shave of Fernandina
Beach and Jesse and Joyce
SMixon of Fernandina Beach.
Mark Duncan Davis of
Yulee has enrolled at MacMur-
ray College in Jacksonville, I11.,
for the 2005-6 academic year.
The son of Mark and Karen
Davis, he is a 2005 graduate of
Fernandina Beach High School,
where his activities included
wrestling, weightlifting and foot-
ball. He was also on the senior
honor roll. Davis plans to major
in business administration at
MacMurray.


BIRTHS


Joseph and Denice King
Andrade III of Jacksonville
announce the birth of a son, Kyle
Joseph, on July 13, 2005. He
weighed 8 pounds 6 ounces and
was 21 inches long. Maternal
grandparents are Rhonda King
and Stanley King of Yulee. Pater-
nal grandparents are Joseph and
Ann Andrade II of St. Augustine.
Stephen and Hope Dover of
Fernandina Beach announce the
birth of a son, Bryant "Dash"


Dover, born at 1:04 p.m. June 24,
2005, at St. Vincent's Medical
Center in Jacksonville. The baby
weighed 9 pounds 4 ounces and
measured 21.5 inches in length.
Maternal grandparents are
Danny and Terry Bryant of
Yulee. Paternal grandparents are
Jack and Debbie Dover of Yulee.
Great-grandparents are Clara
Bass of Yulee, Jack and Carole
Dover of Jacksonville and Jean
Morris of Jacksonville.


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RELIGION


Standing out as Christians in a'Measure 13' world


USS Wisconsin now sits
in reserve for national
emergencies at the
docks of downtown Norfolk, VA
Her history and service to our
nation spans from the liberation
of the Philippines, Iwo Jima and
Okinawa in World War Two
through the Korean War.
Following a 30-year period in the
inactive fleet, the Wisconsin was
refitted as a Tomahawk and
Harpoon missile platform for
Operation Desert Storm in the
1990 Gulf War.
As a World War II history buff,
I was excited to board the
Wisconsin for a self-guided tour,
aided by knowledgeable retired
Wisconsin sailors who served as


J helpful
docents.
:' .Everything
on the
Wisconsin,
from the low
sweeping
lines to the
camouflage
was chosen
Conrad to enhance
Sharps its effective-
...,=__ ness as a bat-
tleship. The
PULPIT paint scheme
NOTES on the
Wisconsin is
sort of a haze gray. known as
"Measure 13." This color scheme
makes the Wisconsin and other
navel vessels difficult to detect by


the naked eye under the widest
range of light conditions.
Although modern warfare has
advanced tremendously in the
science of detecting the enemy
from a distance, I believe
Measure 13 has something to say
to those who are called to be dis-
ciples of Christ. Paul writes, "Do
not conform any longer to the pat-
tern of this world, but be trans-
formed by the renewing of your
mind. Then you will be able to test
and approve what God's will is -
his good, pleasing and perfect
will." (Romans 12:2)
I think Paul is urging us to let
the pattern of our life (the overall
picture or witness by which the
world will recognize us) be the
exact opposite of Measure 13. In


a culture where the black and
white of right and wrong bleeds
into a murky gray, it is not helpful
for Christians to appear on the
horizon as hazy gray. No, in this
battle we serve our Lord best by
standing out, as different, as part
of the spectrum that is pure light,
righteous and holy not in our own
right but through obedience to
God's word, empowered by the
Holy Spirit.
Of course, to stand out on the
field of cultural battle makes one
a target. This is why we must be
transformed by the renewing of
our mind because before we can
demonstrate (approve) what is
God's will, we will be tested by
our culture. Those who blend in
have no need of testing because


they in essence do not change
the overall scheme of things the
pattern is not broken. In this bat-
tle the oross of Christ we bear,
figuratively becomes the
crosshairs of the enemy. If we are
willing to stand out then the
enemy is by its very nature
required to target us. If these
are not hard words for you, then
let me confess my knees weaken
as I pray, "Lord, grant me
courage."
I take hope in Jesus' words to.
his disciples one stormy night as
the disciples were a considerable
distance from the shore in a boat
being tossed about by the wind
and the waves. Jesus came to
them walking on the water and
said to them, "Take courage! It is


I. Don't be afraid." (Matthew
14:27b)
Are you tossed about today by
the wind and the waves of our
lost culture, or worse yet frozen
by the fear of being targeted by
the enemy for standing out in bat-
tle? If so, take courage. Be
renewed in mind and spirit for in
the testing you are witnessing to
(approving) what is the perfect
will of God.
May you hear the words of
our Savior, Jesus Christ as he
comes to you saying: "Don't be
afraid." Indeed, may God grant
you the courage to stand out
today in a Measure 13 world.
The Rev. Conrad Sharps is pas-
tor of First Presbyterian Church in
Fernandina Beach.


CHURCH NOTES


Clothes giveaway
Just For the Love of Jesus
Ministries will hold a clothes
giveaway today and July 30 start-
ing at 9 a.m, Children's, baby,
women's and men's clothing and
some household items will be
given to those in need.
The ministry is located in
Callahan off US 1 at 45101
Blessed Way. Call the Rev.
Richard C. Ostrander or
Elizabeth C. Ostrander at (904)
879-6404 for more information.

Apostolicworship
Rick Zachary, a missionary
and church planter in the areas of
India, Bangladesh, Pakistan,
Nepal, Sri Lanka, and.Maldivesm
for Global Strategies Missions
Association will speak at a special
Apostolic workshop on July 30 at
Living Waters World Outreach
Center on AIA.
The workshop will be held
from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., with a
lunch break provided.
Information about GSMS can be
found at http://www.gsma.org.

Church yard sale
New Beginning's Church of
God (formerly Blackrock Church
of God), 96306 Blackrock Road,
Yulee, will hold a yard sale and
car wash 0o1 Auc. fromi 8 'fi.Wt
Shop while getting your car
washed for a donation. All are
welcome. Call 277-6704 for infor-
mation.

Barbecue dinner
The "Men's CBS Bar-B-Q" will
be held Aug. 8 at 6 p.m. at the
Chem Cell Club off the Amelia
Island Parkway in Fernandina
Beach. Enjoy ribs, baked beans,


coleslaw, brownies, iced tea and
soft drinks as well as fellowship
and a brief history of the Amelia
Island Men's CBS.
There will b.,testimonies and
then the floor will be open to
questions. Bring your neighbors
and friends..
RSVP by Aug. 1 to Jim Shaw at
261-6498 or jshaw9431@bell
south.net.

Heal meeting
H: E. A. L. (Health Education
Alliance) will hold its regular .
meeting on Aug. 10 at St Peter's
Episcopal Church from noon to 1
p.m. The speaker will be
Margaret Newton, on "Feng Shui
and Relationships."
H.EAL. encourages those
interested in or practicing in the
field of holistic health, alterna-
tive/complimentary/integrative
medicine and health services to
join the discussion.
For more information, call
Teri Daggett at 415-3036 or Carol
Beck at 491-0250.

Flea market
Celebration Baptist Church
will hold a Flea Market and
Rummage Sale on church proper-
ty across from Yulee Middle
School on Miner Road from 8
a.m. to 3 p.m. Aug. 13.
SAll proc-eds Uill gotbth ,,

Artisans and vendors are needed.
Cost is $10 per space or donate
items for the sale.
For reservations or pick-up of
your items, call the church office
at 225-0777.

Healing service
Prince of Peace Lutheran
Church will hold a healing serv-
ice the first Sunday evening of


each month at 7 p.m. The service
will include prayer for healing of
body, mind and spirit along with
praise and worship. For informa-
tion call the church at 261-6303.
All are-welcome.

Open mike night
Jenilins His Gift Christian
Bookstore, 1002 South 14th St. in
Fernandina Beach, is looking for
vocalists, poets, bands and others
to perform for "Open Mic Night"
every Friday at 5 p:m. in the cafe
Call 261-5045.

Foodpantry
A food pantry is located at
Callahan Church of God. If you
are in need or know someone -
that is in need of food, call (904)
879-3608 or visit the church at
2309 Mickler St., Callahan.

Waterwell ministry
The Paraguay Water Well
Ministry in South America assists
people in remote villages to drill
wells so they may have clean
drinking water.
The ministry depends on the.
donations of individuals, church-
es and other organizations to
fund the costs of drilling the


wells, constructing sanitation-
facilities and providing local train-
ing.
Projects cost about $2,500. If
your group would like to sponsor
all dr part of a project, contact or
send donations to: Phoebe
Crosby, The Mission Society for
United Methodists, P.O. Box
922637, Norcross, GA 30092. :,
Mark all donations "Paraguay
Water Well Project 00743." You
may also call (800) 478-8963 or
visit www.aguadevida.org,
For details on the Paraguay
Water Well Ministry, e-mail mis-
sionaries Ed and Linda Baker at
edlindabaker@yahoo.com.

Friendship School
Friendship School, located at
the Fernandina Beach Church of
Christ, has openings in the one-, ,
two- and three-year-old class-
rooms.
Classes meet Monday and
Wednesday from 9:30 a.m. to 2
p.m. and Tuesday and Thursday
from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. For more
information call 261-9760.

Prayer meeting
Everyone is invited to come
and hear God's word and be
healed in Jesus' name at 7 p.m.


Thursday at 7032 Browden
Road, Jacksonville. True Light
Ministries is led by the Rev. Ricky
Roberts, pastor. Call (904) 751-
0857 or visit
Truelightministries.org.

Menfs Bible study
The interdenominational TGIF
Men's Bible Fellowship meets
from 5:30-6:30 a.m. and 6:30-7:30.
a.m. Friday in the Tristar
Management Services building,


720 S. Eighth St. in Fernandina
Beach. Call 321-0507.

Classes for men
Men are invited to. "Seven
Seasons of a Man," a class that
teaches men how to have suc-
cessful relationships with their
wives, children, God and families,
at 9:30 a.m. Sunday at First
Assembly of God, 302 South 14th
St. in Fernandina Beach. Call 261-
644 8. 1


To add or change an announcenient in Church Notes. send mail to
Church Notes, c/o News-Leader, 511 Ash St., Fernandina Beach, FL
32034, send e-mail to sperry@fbnewsleader.com (use "Church Notces" in
the subject line) or call Sian Perry at 261-3696.



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CHURCH OF CHRIST
1lhrcr iM. BiL. i. lMa, Authorti ., Christi
is lie li; of l kl cilru i h,aid tlle
nnii,lwrs are simply ChrisTila
Mec t at ithe YMCA LO)I a.m..WVrship
1915 CiLrnaj Dr. 11 00I am.-Sunday Sch.
For More Infoimation, Call
George Williaims at I04) 277-9675

Prince of Peace Lutheran Church
2600 Atlantic Avenue Fernandina Beach
261-6306


SERVICES & EVENTS
First Sunday Each Month
Worship & Communion 9:15 AM
Prayer, Praise, Healing Service 7:00 PM
Other Sundays
Worship & Communion 8 & 10:30 AM
Fourth Thursday
Praise Music Hour 7:00 PM


BLACKROCK BAPTIST
CHURCH
96362 Blackrock Rd.. Yulee
261-6220
Pastor Frank Camarotti
Sunday School 9:45
Friday 6:45 9.00 Awana
Worship Service 11:00 cr..u rr,r,-t:ni
Sunday p m. Service 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday Service 7:00 p.m.
Nursery Provided

NORTH 14TH STREET
BAPTIST CHURCH
519 N. 14th St. -261-0422
Pastor Randy Elrod
Sunday School 9:30 am
Sunday Morning Worship 10:45 am
Sunday Evening Worship 6:30pm
Wednesday Evening Prayer
Meeting 6:30 pm


+) Bailey Road
Church of God
"Co il Cdebrate Jeisus"
Dr. Jame, D Chamberlain
Senior Pastor
Sund. Morning \Wor-htp 10 30amn
Sunday\ School 9 3i(am
Sunday, Night Celebration -
Last Sonda, each month 7:00pm
%%ednesdaN FTH 7 1Y)pm
Nurscr, Provided
For more mfo. call 2101.7120


CHRC (PA


" Sunday School: 9:30 a.m.
Sunday Worship: 10:30 a.m.
Activities throughout the week.
4209 E. State Rd. 200 (A1A)
Rev. Jerry Klemm
491-0363
www.auneliapresbyterian.org


Ri'v. le' Ol'eri'ri Sr. Pusor
Rea. AMike Reed, Ali'tai r to'Al.ic
Rei. Rob Hudel'on. Youth 'Pasio'r
.oww.fbfirsL.net

Sunday Worship 8 .01 & 10:15 AM
Evening Worship 6.30 PM
Sunday School 9.AI
Wednesdji Night Supper 5 30 PM
%'edne-day Service 6-30 PM

261-3617
416 Alachua St.. Fernandina Beach


Jackiue Hujyt~s

5 6j ff Pas ro r
BaIptrl iChurch


Sunday School 9 30 am
Sunday Worship 10 45 am
Wednesday AWANA 6 15 pm
Wcdnisdry Bribt.l Stud l 6 30 pm
3811 Old ia3iuviuIlle Rood
Fernandna BEoch FL 32034
CounrTy Rd 107 South 261-4741
Nurser/t M.msir,

j YULEE UNITED
-METHODIST
CHURCH
Ministering Since 1831
SUNDAY SERVICES:
Church School 9:30AM Worhsip 11AM
Wednesday Study 6:30PM
.-* ., ...;
f ,. *4i'. 2664 State Rd. 200E
'~ 225-5381
SRev. Brett Wm.
J Temnleton


ABUNDANT LIFE
CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Afll/ gospel minist3'y
Pastor Brent Soileau
R/ntni Graju.ii.
Sunday. 1 0:00( a.m.
Wednesday,. 7:00 p.m.
For more lolt'rrraton. call 19041491-84244
1241 S. 8th St. Femandirna Beach. FL


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B>HURCH j

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5lA .i'd.;.an Prv,- T.r. O 6 :iI P-i


31 Harts Rd.. West 904-225-5128
Yulee. FL 32097 Fax 225-0809


Memorial

United


Methodist Church

il Centre Street 261-5769
BruceT 7. ,Jons,. Pastor
"Tl ,r': r iiishur," I 11Ci, i inIt CT' r-ili(fittr."

Informal Early.
Worship ............ .8:30 am
Celebrate Life Contemporary
Worship ............ .9:45, am
Traditional Family
Worship ......... .11:00 am
Sunday School
for all ages ............ .9:45 am
Middle School Youth
Fellowship ............. .6-00 pm
WedneAsday Midweek Fellowship
Supper iAug-Mayvi .. .5 30-.30 pm
Music, Dirama. Dance, Bible
Study and Special Programs
beginning jat 5:00 pm.
Senior High Youth


Fellow -hip


6:3.0 pm Wed


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'"Discover the Difference" at
Amelia Baptist
Church
Pa-tor Dr H Neil Helior
Sund, w',.T'rip Sr.. ice I i ii
bible tlu,1., Q.cm
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Rev. Brian Eburn, Pastor
SjIuraj Vi ola Mass 4orn & i 30a
Sunas, Masses 8 00 10 00T. & 12 Noon
Daill Mas 8 30arn Mon. Wea Tnurs & Fn
6 OIP Iura, lTa.y
hIiy Dt Miass Veis,, i 61D Oo' M ly Day 8 30am
Co,',.or. S.3tur.Say. 3 1'm 3 45pnm or D apoti
Telephone Numbers:
Parish Olfice: 904-261-3472; Fax 904-321-1901
Emergency Number: 904-277-6566,


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Locallion: Yulee Middle School (Miner Rd)
jalurday 6[,m Ep ,iciouin ervce,
Po'/-r HoucA Kaids Crurcn
"Touching our CommunitV, Reaching the World"
o J II e-perifene dijnarmi( o niO.'hp ana hear a pow'
enlui m i-l]t 1 iji ndli r'il'noi y.iJour d lly ilir'
Ci5 |iifom i- u; w: il C'.a yu a seal
04-8 M-5673 or visi hebonrid u c.com at
904-881-5673 or visit thebridgefwc.com


FIRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH
20 South Ninth Street 261-4907
Rev. Darien K. Bolden Sr., Pastor
The Church in the
Heart of the City
With the Desire to be In the
Hearts of All People
Sunday, New Members Class 9 o am
Sunday School 9 30 a n
Morning Worship II a m
Wednesday Noon.da Prnaper
Wednesday Mid-ueek Senice 7-9 p m
Ministries Bus & Van. Couples, Singles, Youth


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CHURCH
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Sunday Worship 10:30 AM
Children's Church 10 30 AM
Wednesday Service 7.00 PM
'Pator Bishop tan ayton
1897 Island Walk4a,
Information: 491 1562
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SUNDAY SCHOOL....................:.9:30"AM Sunday School 9:45 am
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FRIDAY, JULY 29.2005 NEWS News-Leader


Dickie Anderson was right


I liked what Dickie Anderson said about writer's
block in her June 29 column: It's not an option. I
made my writing bones as a cub copywriter for a
large advertising agency in Norfolk, Va. My boss
expected and got good, billable copy from me
five days a week.
I can assure you that he wasn't interested in
writer's block, uncooperative muses or channelers
who refused to conduit inspiration about used
trucks, dairy products, and a townhouse complex.
My writing career continued during the 20 years
I was in the Navy, sometimes as a public affairs offi-
cer, and other times as a professional woman sub-
mitting think pieces to the base newspaper. One
thing I learned very early in my career was that my
bosses, as well as my fellow officers, didn't always
understand the writing process and had little
patience with me if I produced prose contrary to
their tastes, or too slowly to fit their deadlines.
Dickie and I take different paths, however, when
she advises to set aside a time and place to write.
While I thoroughly agree with her that we writers
must have the discipline to write regularly, prefer-
ably surrounded by the tools of our craft, I do offer
one caveat.
I offer it is an opinion gleaned from painful expe-
rience. I have discovered that if I set aside my spe-
cial time and place to write, I am rarely there when
inspiration strikes. If I were to tell myself that I must
wait until I am in that proper place, we all know
what would happen: Yet another bright idea would
die aborning. I don't advocate pulling over to the
side of the road to jot down a brilliant idea or catchy
phrase, but if I've been searching for that perfect
piece of the language, I have been known to stop
what I am doing to record my latest brainstorm
before it's gone forever.
I am reminded of an interview with a successful
woman author (whose name I have conveniently for-
gotten) that I read about a year ago. In the early
days before she was discovered, the only time she
had to write was in the morning, before her family
arose to get ready for work and school. So she set
her alarm for 4:30 two or three mornings a week,-
and went to the only spot in the house she could


truly call her own. Perched on a
stool from the breakfast bar, she
wrote her first successful novel
.1 using the clothes dryer as a
ai i ," 7 desk. She hid her manuscript in
"'' amongst the bottles and boxes
of laundry detergents.
Once she made the big time,
she converted an extra bed-
room into her writing space,
Cara Curtin and negotiated a new set of
..... rules with her family. I like to
'think that those negotiations
CM went rather well, since she was
SIDEBAR on her way to out-earning her
261-5845 entire family.
In addition to dithering about
a writing time and place, I find many beginning writ-
ers get hung up, literally, on what should be the
very first thing to do to begin their writing careers.
Since my rough drafts, including the one for this
column, are written with a fountain pen on notebook
paper, I usually counsel people to buy a three-ring
notebook, paper, and a writing instrument they are
comfortable with. This is a cheap and portable writ-
ing system. If you are a computer person, I am confi-
dent that you can modify my advice to fit your tech-
no-lifestyle.
I don't want to share too much writerly wisdom
with you now, because I want us to have something
to chat about during the Book Lover's Cruise in
November. (You'd better talk to Angela Wallace at
The Travel Agency soon these staterooms are
almost gone.)
I will share one last piece of experience with you:
Stop talking about the great whatever you're going
to write. One afternoon when no one's around, qui-
etly gather your paper and pencil or create a new
file on your computer, and record the first words of
your project.
If you don't want anyone to see your opus, install
an electronic barrier to your file or hide your three-
ring notebook in the laundry room. Your early
attempt may not be deathless prose, but its proximi-
ty to the Bounce will make it smell good!


ICE'your cellphone



for emergency services


This is really good to know.
Paramedics will turn to a victim's
cell phone for clues to that per-
son's identity.
You can make their job much
easier with a simple idea that
they are trying to get everyone
to adopt: ICE.
ICE stands for In Case of
Emergency. If you add an entry
in the contacts list in your cell
phone under ICE, with the name
and phone number of the person
that the emergency services
should call on your behalf, you
will save them a lot of time, and
have your loved ones contacted
quickly.
It only takes a few moments
of your time to program your
cell phone with the information.
Paramedics know what ICE
means and they look for it imme-
diately. ICE your cell phone now!
Please pass this information
along to anyone you know!
Important information for all
Amelia Island Club Members:.
Please remember to carry your
membership photo account card
with you at all times, and expect
to be asked for this identification
at the outlets throughout the
Amelia Island Plantation proper-
ty. Also, be sure to make
arrangements for your family
members/friends to have an
amenity card to carry with them
at all times.
The Club Office will take


-" amenity card
f -.". information
i ,. from you by
e-mail at
mccarthy@


view@aipfl.
com, fax 321-
5059, tele-
Lauren Lowe phone, or
Barry just leave a
voice mail
PLANTATION with the
NTW S information
NEWS and we will
261-6161 call you back
to confirm
we received it. We even leave
forms on our concierge desk
along with a calendar for your
use in filling out your forms
when you come to dinner! Please
feel free to take some forms
home with you and fax, e-mail or
drop them back by the Ocean
Clubhouse the next time you are
in.
The information we need:
your name, -membership num-
ber, names of guests, their
arrival date and departure date,
if you will be at Amelia with
them or not, if you will be pay-
ing their charges on your club
account, or they will be paying
their charges if we are to
receive a credit card for payment
from them, please give us the
credit card number and expiring


date or at least give us their mail-
ing address and telephone num-
ber your property at Amelia
and your telephone number in
case we have questions. If you
have made a room reservation
for your vertical family mem-
bers, we need to know so that
we may add your club discounts
to their room reservation card
instead of producing a separate
amenity card when this hap-
pens, it causes way too much
confusion.
Please call Anita McCarthy,
membership administrative
assistant, at 277-5933, or Julie
Tucker, club concierge, at 321-
5099 with your requests a few
days, at least 48 hours if possi-
ble, before needed.
Remember, if your guests
charges will be posted to your
club account, you may pick up
their cards, in advance. And,
Monday through Saturday from
9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and 9 a.m. to 3
p.m. on Sundays, we're happy to
take care of your amenity card
printing at the Ocean Clubhouse
for you or your family/guests.
Thank you in advance for
allowing us to protect your
investment in, and the integrity
of, your club. Should you have
any questions, please do not hes-
itate to contact me, Lauren Lowe
Barry, director of club member
services, at 321-5031or e-mail
barryl@aipfl.com.


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FRIDAY, JULY 29,2005 NEWS News-Leader


Man gets 20 years


SHANNON MALCOM
News-Leader
A Miami man was sentenced to
20 years in a state prison after he
was found guilty of trafficking
cocaine.
Preveus Pierre, 51, was found
guilty by a jury on June 22, and he
was sentenced July 21. He will
receive credit for time served in
the Nassau County Jail.
Pierre was also ordered to pay
a $250,000 fine, required by state
law for his conviction of trafficking
between 400 grams and 149 kilo-
grams of cocaine.
The minimum mandatory sen-
tence for Pierre's conviction is 15
years.
Pierre was arrested following
a traffic stop for speeding on May


26, 2004; he
had been trav-
eling north on
I 9 5
According to
v the arrest
report, Pierre
first told police
he was on his
Pierre way to North
Carolina, but
later said he
was traveling to South Carolina
to visit his mother.
During a search of the vehi-
cle, police found a sock filled
with cocaine wrapped in alu-
minum foil inside the fender area
of the car.
He was arrested at the scene
and held without bond at the
Nassau County Jail.


Insanity ruling in arson


Man charged in hotel robbery

SHANNON MALCOM his release from room. Police said the victim should be considered "armed an
News-Leader the Jacksonville received minor injuries in the inci- dangerous." He was arrested i
Sheriff's Office dent. Jacksonville on a charge of po
A Fernandina Beach man was Department of The following day, police arrest- session of cocaine on June 2.
arrested July 22 in connection with '. Corrections. ed David Godwin and Hilarie A. The charges against thl
an armed robbery at a hotel room He is charged Godwin and charged them with Godwins were dropped on July
on May 17. Charges against two with armed rob- dealing in stolen property and Assistant State Attorney "Doc
other people who were arrested in -. bery. being an accessory to armed rob- Burgess said the victim wa
connection with that incident have The robbery bery after the fact. Police report- not cooperating with the prosecu
been dropped due to a lack of vic- Grant h a p p e n e d edly recovered some of the victim's tion.


tim cooperation.
Michael Anthony Grant, 29, is
being held on $100,002 bond at the
Nassau County Jail. According to
Detective David Bishop of the
Fernandina Beach Police
Department, Grant was arrested
and transported to the jail following


between 4 a.m.
and 5 a.m. at the
Best Western Hotel on Sadler Road.
The victim told police two men
entered her room, held her at gun-
point and took a laptop computer,
jewelry, clothing, money and pre-
scription medication from her


One owf Georias Tde~op 10


stolen items at their Fernandina
Beach home.
Police issued a warrant for
Grant's arrest days after the rob-
bery, -warning the public that he


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in
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as
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According to the state attorney's
office, a decision has not been
made on whether to proceed with
prosecuting Grant.
smalcom@fbnewsleader com


SHANNON MALCOM
News-Leader
A Callahan man who report-
edly set fire to his mobile home to
rid the building of termites has
been found not guilty of arson by
reason of insanity.
Walter Doyle Broome, 58, was
found not guilty in Nassau County
Circuit. Court on July 21, and he
was committed to a mental health
facility.
According to court documents,
Broome will be taken to a
Department of Children and
Family Services mental health
facility as soon as there is an avail-
able space.
The court will assess his need
for further commitment six
months after he is admitted to the
facility.
Broome. was found incompe-
tent to stand trial based on a psy-.
chological report by Jacksonville
psychiatrist Dr. Ernest C. Miller.
"As to his condition at the time
of the alleged crime, it is my opin-


ion that he was
i insane," Miller
S. said in his
?.g report. "There
:mW- N is nothing in the
... data to indi-
cate that he was
intoxicated at
Sthe time; he did
Broome not engage in
this behavior for
insurance or
other practical benefits. Organic
personality syndromes, not under
controls of medication, are given
to impulsive :.. even destructive
behaviors."
According. to his report,
Broome told Miller he had not
been taking prescribed medica-
tion at the time of the arson..
Broome was arrested Aug. 18,
2004 for allegedly setting fire to a
mobile home, owned by him and
his brother and sister, six days
earlier.'
Broome was still being held at
the Nassau County Jail on
Thursday.


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be euthanized. According to
city estimates, there are
some 4,500 pit bulls in the
Denver area. Other states
are trying to pass similar.
laws, or at a minimum,
require that the breed wear a
muzzle at all times.
Initially, dog owners sued
the city, saying that the law
was unconstitutional.
However, the law was upheld
by a higher court and the
seizing of the dogs began. Pit
bull owners in the Denver
area are crying foul and
think that they are being
unfairly persecuted. They say
that pit bulls are a victim of a
media frenzy and that the
breed is loyal, friendly, play-
ful arid intelligent.
The Denver lawcomes on
the heels of a mauling death
of a 40-year-pld woman who
was attacked by three pit
bulls while she was feeding
her horses. Deputies were
summoned to the scene and'
the dogs were shot. Many
deputies said that the vic-
tim's mauled body was one of
the most gruesome things
they had ever seen. The own-
ers of the dQgs were .charged
and convicted to serve six,.,..
years in connection with the
woman's death.
Dog bites are very com-
mon and, according to the
Centers for Disease Control,
dogs bite some 4-5 million
Americans every year.
Children are the most fre-
quent victims of dog bites. It
is one of the more common
reasons that children are
seen in hospital emergency
rooms. An estimated $100
million is spent annually in
medical expenses treating
dog bites and some studies
have suggested that nearly
half of all children'under the
age of 12 have been bitten by
a dog.
There are approximately
25 fatalities a year from dog
bites. During an 18-month
span, 12 of the 18 confirmed
dog-related fatalities in the
United States, or 67 percent,
were caused by the pit bull, a,
breed that accounts for only
1 percent of the U.S. dog
population. According to
Katherine Houpt, 'director of
the Animal Behavior Clinic at
Cornell University,
"Different breeds have
genetic predispositions to
certain kinds of behavior,
and the pit bull is an innately
aggressive breed ."
The pit bull was bred
specifically to be used in the
1800s in a sport called "bull
baiting," in which rowdy
spectators watched dogs tear
apart an enraged bull and
wager on the outcome.
Once bull baiting was
banned, organizers simply
switched to pitting the dogs
against each other with a
fight to the death. Pit bulls
have thus been bred to be -
genetically wired to kill dogs
and other animals.
"The injuries these dogs
inflict are more serious than
other breeds because they
go for the deep musculature
and don't release; they hold
and shake," says Sheryl Blair
of the Tufts Veterinary
School.
The papers are filled with
stories of terrible injuries at


the hands of pit bulls. Just
two weeks ago in England, a
1-year-old child was killed.
Other stories making
headlines include a 12-year-
old San Francisco boy who
was killed by the neighbor's
dogs; a 67-year-old retired
surgeon who was killed by
two pit bulls on a street in
Dayton, Ohio; another victim

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NASSAU






SPORTS


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AQUA YOGA


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The McArthur Family YMCA offers aqua yoga twice a week through October. Ladies participate in the class
Thursday with instructor Liz Kawecki, who introduced the program three years ago. Eawecki is owner of Y
Yoga and says aqua yoga is gentler on the body. Yoga moves are more easily accomplished through the buoy-
ancy of the water. For information, contact the YMCA at 261-1080 or Y Yoga at 415-9642.




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Mary Coogan.
Above right,,
Pam Baity.
Right, Shona
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FRIDAY, JULY 29, 2005
NEWS-LEADER / FERNANDINA BEACH, FLORIDA




Hinton receives


I Special Olympics


|. volunteer award


On July 23, Bob Hinton, county coordinator for
Special Olympics Florida, Nassau County, was award-
ed the Bill Crutchfield award, which is one of the
highest awards a volunteer can receive in Special
Olympics. This award is presented to the volunteer
who has demonstrated outstanding and distinguished
service at the county and area level, who has been a
dynamic and positive influence upon the lives of peo-
ple with intellectual dis- .
abilities and has a high ..
commitment to the mis- -
sion of Special
Olympics and human
dignity and has also
"inspired greatness"
every day through on-
.going participation in
Special Olympics.
Hinton has demon- ..
strated time and time
again that just because
Nassau County is a
small county program
of 200 plus, doesn't
mean that the athletes
are deserving of any-
thing less than the best'
Hinton has shown Hinton
outstanding commit-
ment to Special
Olympics in many ways. He has been a dynamic
leader and has been a positive influence on not only
the athletes but the volunteers of all ages. He defines
his job as making certain that every athlete has every
opportunity to participate in every event
In 2001-2, Hinton was recognized.as most inspi-
rational coach by Nassau County at state games. He
also was recognized as "County Coordinator of the
Year" by Special Olympics Florida at the Leadership
Conference.
In 2002, the Nassau County Commissioners draft-
ed a resolution thatrecognized and commended
Hinton for the outstanding leadership he has pro-.
) vided qi Lhdia'..)OYpJcspoNasau.Counei,
helpingit to cuntinrue to tnipuv er individuals iith
intellectual disabilities to develop physical fitness,
demonstrate courage and experience joy, and par-
ticipate in sharing of gifts, skills and friendship with
their families, other Special Olympic athletes and the
community.
In 2003, Hinton was recognized by Special
Olympics Florida as a member of the "Extra Mile
Club" for going the "extra mile" throughout the year
to provide outstanding experiences for athletes, coach-
es and families during State .Games.
In 2003, Nassau County was recognized at the
annual Leadership Conference as having the "Best
Public Relations Program for a Small County." In
February of that year, Nassau County Special Olympic
athletes and volunteers were comniended and
thanked through a letter from Governor Jeb Bush.
Hinton has always strived to continuously improve
the quality of the county program by involving the
community. Public awareness is one of his goals (he
says that "you can never have too much coverage
from the media") and, in 2005, he reached his goal by
having four newspapers, two television stations and
a radio station cover the county games. :
Hinton has increased the number of sporting
events in the program by including the Senior Fest
He single handedly built a bocce.ball court on the
property of the local ARC and trained the athletes.
He is a certified coach in athletics, bowling, cycling
and golf, and hopes to get certified in bocce ball and
shuffleboard, soon.
He is also on the board of directors ofARC/Nassau
and gives his time to help people, with intellectual
disabilities participate as productive and respected
members of society.
He spends three of his four weeks of vacation
from work every year either traveling to area or state
games or working on raising funds (he has raised over
$70,000 since 2001) or working on paperwork such as
the budget or accreditation or physical or preparing
for the next event.
Hinton spends countless hours working on projects
like the trophy program, which he brought to Nassau
County in 2003. He collects used trophies from the
community and totally rebuilds them and gives them
to the athletes during the Fall Classic and Senior
Fest at the county level. It is estimated that the coun-
ty uses more than 200 trophies per year.
He also strives to thank the volunteers who spend
their time to help by holding a Volunteer Appreciation
Night every year since 2003. Awarded every year is
a perpetual plaque that goes to the club or organiza-
tion that supplies the greatest number of volunteers
at any single event. This gives them bragging rights
for a 12-month period and sets the bar higher for the
following year. He also recognizes longtime volunteers
at this event. He gives a special award to a volunteer
who has been with Special Olympics in general for
anywhere from 20-30 years.
Hinton says that there are many people in our
county that have been with Special Olympics for 20-
30 years somewhere in the country and it's time to
thank them properly.
Hinton has volunteered to help world games ath-
letes in 2003 by driving them to a training camp in
Georgia and making sure their equipment is there for
them.
He is a detail-oriented leader who is involved from
planning the dates of the events to making sure there
is enough food to go around for the athletes at the
events.
Hinton has recruited the military from Mayport
Naval Station and, when they're not fighting for free-
dom, they're helping Hinton at the local games. He
makes sure they are recognized at the county games
for what they do to help preserve freedom.


ON THE WATER WITH
TERRY LACOSS


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FRIDAY, JULY 29, 2005 SPORTS NEWS-LEADER


SPORTS SHORTS


Girls on the Run
Registration is now open for the fall season at
Girls on the Run a fun and positive program for
8-12 year old girls of all abilities. Throughout the
season, girls learn about important life skills while
training to complete a 5K (3.1 mile) run/walk. Each
lesson includes fun team activities, stretching, run-
ning games, uplifting workouts and group discus-
sions, while building self-esteem and healthy
lifestyles. At the end of the season, giris from all
GOTR teams participate in a non-competitive 5K
run/walk that gives the girls a chance to shine and
a big sense of accomplishment at the finish line.
Fall programs begin Sept. 11 and are being
held at the McArthur YMCA on Mondays and
Wednesday from 4-5:15 p.m., Atlantic Elementary
on Tuesday and Thursdays from 2:30-3:30 p.m.
and Yulee Elementary on Tuesdays and Thursdays
from 2:30-3:30 p.m.
The registration deadline is Aug. 31. Group
sizes are limited and formed on a first-come, first-
served basis. Volunteer coaches are also needed
to work with a team of girls. For more information,
call 321-4315 or e-mail GOTRneflorida@aol.com.

YMScamps
A volleyball camp will be held at Yulee Middle
School from 3-5 p.m. Aug. 1-4. It is open to girls in
grades 6-8 and the cost is $25.
A soccer camp for boys and girls in grades 6-9
will be held from 3-5 p.m. Aug. 1-4 at YMS. Cost is
'$25. Call 225-5116 for information.

Turtle Trotset
Entries are now being accepted for the annual
Labor Day 5K and 10K Turtle Trot. The running
event will be held Sept. 3, beginning at 8:30 a.m. at
Fort Clinch State Park. Registration is $15 until
Aug. 26 and $20 afterwards through race day. Pick
up entry forms and register at Amelia Island
Wellness Center (869 Sadler Road), Red Otter
Outfitters (1012 Atlantic Ave.) or on-line at
www.ameliaislandrun ners.com.
Awards will be three deep male and female in
the following age groups: 13 and under, 14-19, 20-
29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59 and 60 and older. T-shirts
will distributed to all runners and walkers. Awards
ceremony will be held at the Atlantic Avenue
Recreation Center. Bib race number will be hon-
ored as a car pass to Fort Clinch all day Sept. 3.
Pre-registered runners and walkers may pick up
race packets at Amelia Wellness Center from 7
a.m. to 7 p.m. Sept. 2. Race packets will also be at
-the Atlantic Avenue Recreation Center beginning at
7 a.m. on race day.
Race proceeds will be donated to the Amelia
Island Sea Turtle Watch. For information, contact
the Amelia Island Runners at 491-0369.

FBHS volleyball
Femandina Beach High School volleyball team
will hold an open practice from 3:30-5 p.m. Aug. 1-
5. Tryouts will be from 3-5p.m. Aug. 8-9. Players
must have an-updafed physical.

Quarterback Club
The Quarterback Club's deadline for member-
ship/season ticket applications' and advertising i'-', ,
applications has:been extended to Aug. 1. The ""'
remaining chair back seats ard available. For more
information and availability, please visit our web-
site, www.fbhspirates.com or contact Mike Mekara
at (904) 608-4600 or or mtmekara@yahoo.com.
The Quarterback Club's next regular meeting is
at 6:30 p.m. Aug. 1 at the Femandina Beach High
School media center (library) and refreshments will
be provided.,
The Quarterback Club and football staff
requests volunteers to assist with cleaning up the
Pirate Field. Work will be completed on two con-
secutive Saturdays, July 30 and Aug. 6, starting at
approximately 9 a.m.

Yulee Pop Warner
Yulee Athletic Association will hold sign-ups for
Pop Wamer football and cheerleading from 10 a.m.
to noon July 30 at the athletic building at the Yulee
Sports Complex on Goodbread Road.
A copy of the applicant's birth certificate, current
wallet-size picture and a copy of the student's
report card for the last semester of school are
required.
For information, contact Kim Highsmith at 225-
8418 or Chris Turner at 483-7436.
Physical examinations for Pop Wamer will be
held on July 30 from 10 a.m. to noon. The cost is
$10 per athlete.-

Femandina Beach Pop Warner
Femandina Beach Pop Wamer meets at 7 p.m.
on the fourth Thursday of the month at the Atlantic
Avenue Recreation Center.
Call Randall Mabe at 225-5474 or John Spence
at 261-3803 or or visit www.femrnandinabeachpop
warner.com.

CMS summer camps
The following camps will be held at Callahan
Middle School:
Volleyball camp from 3-6 p.m. Aug. 1-4 for
grades 5-9. Cost is $60 for four-day camp with
offensive and defensive skills, drills, strategies,
contests and scrimmages.
Basketball camp from 6-9 p.mr. Aug. 1-4 for
grades 5-9. Cost is $60 for four-day camp which
includes offensive and defensive skills, drills,
strategies, contests and scrimmages.

Yogaevents
Y Yoga offers a stretch class at 8 a.m.
Wednesday. Ball and core classes are at 9 a.m.
Wednesday and 6 p.m. Thursday. Hot yoga ses-
sions are at 7 p.m. Tuesday and Thursdays.
Call Y Yoga at 415-9642.

Beach soccer


Sand Blast Sports expects more than 2,000 sun
and soccer fanatics, youth and adults, to take over
Florida beaches in Ft. Lauderdale, St. Petersburg,
Jacksonville and Panama City for the inaugural
2005 Sand Blast Beach Soccer Florida Tour pre-
sented by Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer. The local event
will be held Sept. 9-11 at Jacksonville Beach.
Holiday Inn SunSpree Resort, 1617 North First St.,
is the host. The weekend events feature a two-day
recreational tournament, as well as evening social
activities for players and fans to enjoy the cama-
raderie of the beautiful game on the shores of
Florida's tropical beaches.
A fast-paced game that averages two shots on
goal every minute and over 10 goals a game,


beach soccer is played 5-on-5 and the soft sand
tests players' aerobic strength while encouraging
high flying tricks and daredevil maneuvers.
Brackets are seeded to support all levels of play
from beginner to the most experienced. Rules, reg-
istration and further information are available at
www.sandblastsoccer.com.
The Sand Blast Beach Soccer Tour begins with
a Friday night bracket selection party. Tournament
play is scheduled to last throughout the day on
Saturday. The Pabst Blast at Sand Blast party
highlights Saturday night, followed by more beach
play on Championship Sunday.
To register, visit www.sandblastsoccer.com.

Marathon training team
Girls on the Run is building a team of local
women who want to run for a reason and have fun.
Ladies are invited to join GOTR to train for the
Miami Marathon/Half-Marathon (your choice) and
help support the GOTR girls!
It is open to all women (walkers, beginner run-
ners, experienced marathoners and everyone in
between). Take the summer to build up your run-
ning base (training program begins Oct. 1). Talk
with our coach over the summer to get training
advice before the official program begins. Train in
the fall and winter when it's cooler. There is a fund-
raising commitment of $262.
There will be fun socials and informative training
clinics. Team sizes are limited and on a first-come,
first-served basis, so sign-up early to reserve a
spot. Register at www.active.com or get more
details at www.gotmeflorida.org.

Recreationroundup
The city of Femandina Beach Recreation
Department is offering the following activities:
Adult volleyball is held from 7-9 p.m. Tuesday
and Fridays, and from 5-8 p.m. Sunday at Peck
Gym. Cost is $3 per day ($5 non-city residents) or
$50 for three months for city residents ($65 for
,county residents)..
Free junior basketball court time for ages 18
and under at Peck Gym is held on Saturdays from
11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Maximum number of participants
is 20, and school identification is required.
Adult softball registration will be held Aug. 1
through Sept. 2 at the Atlantic Center. Co-ed slow-
pitch is Monday and Wednesday evenings, men's
slowpitch Tuesday nights and men's fastpitch is
Thursday nights. Team fee is $385 and due Sept.
2. Captain's meeting is Sept. 8. Season begins
Sept. 19. For information, contact Jason at 277-
7350. Umpires and scorekeepers are needed.
Late summer youth tennis program, a six-
week clinic, will be held Aug. 16 through Sept. 23
at the Central Park courts with instructor Lanny
Kalpin. Mom/Dad & Me clinic for ages 3-5 will be
held from 1:30-2:30 p.m. Monday or
Wednesday. Beginner (ages 5-6) from 3:30-4:30
p.m. Tuesday or Thursdays. Beginner (ages 7-12)
from 3:30-4:30 p.m. Monday, Wednesdays or
Friday. Fee is $48 for city residents, $53 non-city.
Advanced beginner and intermediate (ages 7-14)
from 4:30-6 p.m. Monday, Tuesdays,
Wednesday or Thursdays. Fee is $72 for city resi-
dents, $77 non-city. A maximum of six participants
in any clinic. Register at the Atlantic Center.
Contact Kalpin at 491-0255 or 557-8110.
1 Late summer adult six-week tennis clinics will
be held Aug. 16 through Sept. 23 are offered at the
Central Park courts with instructor Lanny Kalpin.
3.0/3.5 doubles/singles clinic from 9-10 a.m.
Tuesday. 3.0/3.5 doubles/singles clinic from 6-7
p.m. Wednesday. Advanced beginner
doubles/singles from 7-8 p.m. Wednesday.
3.0/3.5 doubles/singles clinic from 6-7 p.m.
Thursday. Advanced beginner clinics from 9-10
a.m. Friday. Fee is $66 for city residents, $71
non-city. Maximum of five participants. Register at
the Atlantic Center. Call Kalpin at 491-0255 or 557-
8110.
Private, semi-private (two people) or group
(three or more) tennis lessons will be available in
morning or evening sessions at the Central Park
courts. Private fee is $40 per hour for city resi-
dents, $45 non-city. Semi-private fee is $42 per
hour for city residents, $47 non-city. Group rate is
$44, per hour for city residents, $49 non-city. Call
Lanny Kalpin at 491-0255 or 557-8110. Register at
the Atlantic Center.
Central Park tennis court keys are available at
the Atlantic Center for $5 refundable deposit.
Aqua 1 water aerobics is held from 9:05-9:50
a.m. at the Atlantic Center pool or 6:30-7:15 p.m. at
the MLK Center pool each Monday through
Thursday. Cost is $5 per day or $45 per month for
city residents and $6 per day or $50 per month for
non-city residents. Weekly rates available. Register
on the 15th of every month at the Atlantic Center.
For private swim lessons, call Jesse at 277-
7350. Single session (30 minutes) is $20 for city
residents, $25 non-city. Four-session package is
$48 for city residents, $50 non-city. Eight-session
package is $88 for city residents, $90 non-city.
Atlantic Center pool is open from 11 a.m. to 7
p.m. daily. Admission is $3 for city residents, $5
non-city residents. Summer passes (valid through
Labor Day) are available for $65 individual city resi-
dents, $95 couples, $130 family. Fees for non-city
residents are $80 individual, $115 couples, $175
family.
The MLK Center pool is open from 11 a.m. to
4 p.m. Monday through Friday and from 12-5 p.m.
weekends. Admission is $3 for city residents, $5 for
non-city residents. Summer passes are available
for individuals, couples and families and may be
purchased at the Atlantic Center. Fees are $35 for
individual, $55 couples, $85 family for city resi-
dents and $44 individual, $69 couples and $105
family for non-city residents.
Lap swim at the Atlantic Center runs from 6-8
a.m. Monday through Friday. Cost is $3 for city res-
idents, $5 all others. Lap swim is also available
during public swim hours.
Coed exercise is held from 6:30-7:30 p.m.
Tuesday and Thursdays at the MLK Center.
Shotokan karate classes for ages 6 and up
with instructor Jerry Williamson are offered from
3:30-4:30 p.m. Monday and Wednesdays at the


Atlantic Recreation Center. Fee is $40 monthly for
city residents ($45 for non-city). Uniforms available
through the instructor. Register at the Atlantic
Center.
For information, call 277-7350.

Sailing ub meets
The Amelia Island Sailing Club meets the first
Tuesday of the month at the Kraft Athletic Club.
Social hour starts at 6:30 p.m. and the meeting
starts at 7:30 p.m.
Contact Roger Henderson (Vice Commodore)
at 753-2260 or Hanko Rosenblad (Commodore) at
491-1300 or visit the website, www.ameliaisland
sailing.org.


TERRY LACUSS/SPECIAL
Fishing boats are catching tarpon, kingfish and cobia while fishing in close to the beaches at the
south end of Amelia Island.



Kings, tarpon at south end


K ing mackerel fishing is still red-hot just
about everywhere including the beaches,
jetties and offshore. Some of the best
action is coming at the south end of
Amelia Island while slow trolling ribbonfish and live
menhaden in close to the surf.
Tarpon are running at the south end of Amelia
Island and the St Marys inlet
"We caught and released a real monster the
other day," Capt. Allen Mills said. "The tarpon was
really fat and, according to the formula for catch
and release, it weighed 240 pounds."
The catch and release formula is length times
girth squared, divided by 800. This formula is pret-
ty accurate and has been used by tarpon fisherman
for several years with good success.
Some of the best tarpon fishing this weekend
can be enjoyed by cast netting a cooler full of men-
haden and fishing them dead on the bottom or drift-
ing them on the surface while grinding and cutting
up menhaden for chum.
Weekend fishermen should catch:king macker-
el, sharks, cobia and red drum while setting up a
chum line both at the south end of Amelia Island
and the St. Marys inlet.
Offshore sport fishing boats should do well this
weekend for a variety of saltwater species including
sailfish, king mackerel, barracuda and cobia. Some
of the best catches are coming from HH, East FC,
AH and. FA fish havens. The St. Marys sea buoy is


still holding nice pods of cigar
minnows where blue water
fishermen can jig up a livewell
full of lives.
Fishing deep from 30-60 feet
of water with the aid of down-
riggers has been very effective
while slow trolling live baits.
Nice catches of red drum
have been coming from the
Terry Lacoss backwaters during the middle
of the falling tide. Topwater
plugs, gold spoons and plastic
ON THE baits should work well for red-
WATER fish holding in the shallows.
Flounder fishing should
also be good this weekend at the mouth of Egans
Creek along the many broken pilings and docks.
Bullhead minnows fished dead on the bottom have
been producing flounder up to six pounds.
A low tide Saturday will arrive at 10:52 a.m. and
a high tide at 5:36 p.m.

The News-Leader encourages local anglers to sub-
mit photographs of exceptional catches. We will pub-
lish them in this space on Fridays. E-mail photos to
bjones@fbnewsleadercom, mail them to PO. Box 766,
Fernandina Beach, FL 32035, or drop them by the
News-Leader office at 511 Ash St. in Fernandina
Beach.


Jags offers half-season ticket packages


The Jacksonville Jaguars have
put two half-season ticket packages
on sale for the 2005 season. Only
-11,000 Half-Packs will be available
and will be sold on a first-come,
first-served basis.
"We hope the Half-Packs will
appeal to fans who would like to,
but for whatever reason have dif-
ficulty attending all Jaguars home
games," said Scott Loft, the team's
Executive Director of Ticket Sales
and Marketing. "Weare closing in
on our goal of selling our season
ticket allotment and we hope that
the half-season ticket packages will
push us over the top in our attempt
to sell out Alltel Stadium."'
Both the Teal and Black Half-
Packs offer a variety of great games


against the Jaguars AFC South
rivals and against teams that fans
do not often get to see play in
Jacksonville. The Packs are as fol-
lows:
Teal Half-Pack: Aug. 13, Miami
Dolphins, 7:30 p.m.; Sept. 11,
Seattle Seahawks, 1 p.m.; Oct. 2,
Denver Broncos, 1 p.m.; Nov. 13,
Baltimore Ravens, 1 p.m.; Jan. 1,
Tennessee Titans, 4:05 p.m.
Black Half-Pack: Aug. 25,
Atlanta Falcons, 8 p.m.; Oct. 9,
Cincinnati Bengals, 8:30 p.m.; Nov.
6, Houston Texans, 1 p.m.; Dec.
11, Indianapolis Colts, 1 p.m.; Dec.
18, San Francisco 49ers, 1 p.m.
Half-Packs can be purchased
by calling (904) 633-2000 or 1-877-
4-JAGS-TIX (press 2) or at the Alltel


Stadium Ticket Office located next
to the West Crown Royal
Touchdown Club, Monday through
Friday, -9'a.m.to 5p.i;mft >Y.' inl
Tickets for either Half-Pack are
available starting at just $160.
Half-Pack Ticket Holders will
receive the following benefits over
single game purchasers:
Discount off of the single
game price
Guaranteed opportunity to
purchase tickets for any home play-
off games'
Personalized account execu-
tive
For more information on the
Jaguars 2005 Half-Pack or Season
Tickets, call (904) 633-2000 (press
.2).


McArthur Family YMCA Sailfish
FFC Swim Championship
July 23-25

Austin Bowman, 5, boys 6-and-under: 25 free
49.14, 48.47 finals (19); 25 back 1:08.46, 59.60
finals (18); 25 breast 42.67,1:09.80 finals (14).
Nathan Bowman, 8, boys 8-and-under: 25 free
29.60, 26.16 finals (37); 25 back 33.37, 32.82
finals (30); 25 breast 36.61, 34.86 finals (26).
Alyssa Caramante, 12, girls 11-12: 50 free
42.80, 45.97 finals (45); 50 back 57.07, 56.20
finals (37); 50 breast 49.57, 51.71 (20). ,
Julia Chapman, 8, girls 8-and-under: 25 free
27.65, 29.12 finals (47); 25 back 37.01, 36.25
finals (48); 25 fly 38.80, 39.80 finals (21).
Mason Daniel, 9, boys 10-and-under: 50 free
1:09.56; 50 fly 1:15.36.
Bridgett DeLille, 4, girls 6-and-under: 25 free
1:59.82
Lindsey DeLille, 6, girls 6-and-under: 25 free
33.05, 34.65 finals (19); 25 back 36.72, 41.41
finals (19); 25 fly 32.42, 33.06 finals (3).
Bradley Dunham, 8, boys 8-and-under; 25 free
22.81, 22.94 finals (16); 25 back 28.26, 25.41
finals (9); 25 breast 36.90, 38.26 finals (37).
Christopher Grego, 7, boys 8-and-under: 25
free 30.69, 26.16 finals (37); 25 back 28.38,
30.50 finals (25); 25 breast 32.21, 29.38 finals
(7).
Michael Hagstrom, 11, boys 11-12: 50 free
1:07.69, 1:12.62 finals (17); 50 fly 1:30.36; 50
breast 1:20.71.
Morgan Hagstrom, 7, girls 8-and-under: 25
free 35.73, 33.88 finals (61); 25 back 38.68,
37.34 finals (50); 25 breast 49.91, 46.30 finals
(55).
Connor Holland, 8, boys 8-and-under: 25 free
22.59, 22.97 finals (18); 25 back 30.92, 34.55
finals 931); 25 fly 32.09, 34.60 finals (14).
Aaron Johnson, 9, boys 10-and-under: 50 free
48.72, 44.18 finals (13); 50 back 56.71, 52.40
finals (7); 50 breast 1:00.73, 1:00.98 finals (8).
Harley Johnson, 8, girls 8-and-under: 25 free
31.90, 29.44 finals (49); 25 back 31.65, 32.30
finals (37); 25 fly 43.92, 34.76 finals (16).
Nicholas LeBlanc, 7, boys 8-and-under: 25
free 29.44, 27.98 finals (46); 25 fly 32.16, 32.58
finals (10); 25 breast 31.05, 31.13 finals (13).
Brandon Lee, 8, boys 8-and-under: 25 free
25.67, 23.56 finals (24); 25 back 33.22, 30.87


finals (27); 25 breast 35.07, 34.64 finals (23).
. Ben Mallory, 8, boys 8-and-under: 25 free
24.39, 25.94 finals (36); 25 back 32.21, 28.38
finals (17); 25 breast 30.42, 31.25 finals (14).
Sam Mallory, 10, boys 10-and-under: 50 free
47.32; 50 fly 1:02.61.
Tom Mallory, 6, boys 6-and-under: 25 free
39.47, 39.22 finals (13); 25 back 55.93; 25 breast
46.58, 44.67 finals (5).
Katy Weaver, 9, girls 10-and-under: 100 indi-
vidual medley 2:00.87, 1:56.40 finals (17); 50 free
45.97, 49.78 finals (46); 50 fly 56.07, 58.05 finals
(11).
Will Weaver, 9, boys 10-and-under: 50 free
58.05,47.69 finals (25); 50 back 1:04.36, 54.38
finals (10); 50 fly 1:06.03, 58.80 finals (3).
Rachel Woodcock, 8, girls 8-and-under: 25
free 20.51, 20.79 finals (4); 25 fly 30.82, 27.41
finals (7); 25 breast 31.75, 29.53 finals (8).
Casee Yarborough, 8, girls 8-and-under: 25
free 24.99, 23.66 finals (16); 25 back 28.99,
29.70 finals (27); 25 breast 39.76, 43.60 finals
(54).
Masha Yarborough, 6, girls 6-and-under: 25
free 40.20, 34.34 finals (17); 25 back 50.44,
48.60 finals (24); 25 breast 51.27, 43.67 finals
(15).
McArthur Sailfish "A": Girls 8-and-under 100
medley relay (Julia Chapman, 8, Rachel
Woodcock, 8, Lindsey DeLille, 6, Casee
Yarborough, 8), 2:01.10 finals (9).
McArthur Sailfish "A": Boys 8-and-under 100
medley relay (Bradley Dunham, 8, Nicholas
LeBlanc, 7, Connor Holland, 8, Brandon Lee, 8)
1:56.84 finals (8).
McArthur Sailfish "B": Boys 8-and-under 100
medley relay (Tom Mallory, 6, Christopher Grego,
7, Ben Mallory, 8, Nathan Bowman, 8) 2:24.91
finals (11).
McArthur Sailfish "A": Girls 8-and-under 100
freestyle relay (Casee Yarborough, 8, Harley
Johnson, 8, Julia Chapman, 8, Rachel
Woodcock, 8) 1:46.37 finals (6).
McArthur Sailfish "A": Boys 8-and-under 100
freestyle relay (Connor Holland, 8, Brandon Lee,
8, Nathan Bowman, 8, Bradley Dunham, 8)
1.44.64 finals (7).
McArthur Sailfish "B": Boys 8-and-under 100
freestyle relay (Ben Mallory, 8, Nicholas LeBlanc,
7, Tom Mallory, 6, Christopher Grego, 7) 2:10.11
finals (10).


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George Thrift IV, 7, caught his first kidngfish on his second off-
shore fishing trip and his father, George Thrift II, landed the
22-pound king he's holding.


Hunter safety course
A free local hunter safety
course will be offered from 6:30-
8 p.m. Aug. 1-5 with the field por-
tion from 2-5 p.m. on Aug. 7.
For information, contact
Randy Scott at 753-4091 or 261-
4897.

Alligator hunting class
The Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission is
offering alligator hunters no-cost,
three-hour classes to help pre-
pare them for the coming
statewide alligator harvest,
which runs Sept. 1 through Oct.


8. This is an opportunity for
hunters who have never partici-
pated in the state's alligator
hunts to learn what hunting alli-
gators is all about The class top-
ics include: preparing for the
hunt; hunting techniques and
safety; harvesting and process-
ing; caring for your alligator skin;
and alligator rules and regula-
tions.
Classes will be offered at the
following locations:
July 30, 1-4 p.m.,
Okeechobee County Civic
Center, 1750 U.S. Hwy. 98 North,
Okeechobee. For directions, call
(863) 462-5195.


Aug. 3, 6-9 p.m., Paramount
Plaza Hotel and Suites, 2900 S.W.
13th St., Gainesville. For direc-
tions, call (352) 377-4000.
Aug. 6, 14 p.m., Holiday
Inn InternationalDrive Resort,
6515 International Dr., Orlando.
For directions, call (407) 351-
3500.
Aug. 10, 6-9 p.m., Bryant
Building, 2nd Floor Auditorium,
620 South Meridian St.,
Tallahassee. Foi directions call
(850) 488-3831.
*Aug. 13, 1-4 p.m. Hilton
Garden Inn, 1700 East 9th Ave.,
Tampa. For directions, call (813)
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Aug. 20, 1-4 p.m., South
Florida Water Management
District, 3301 Gun Club Rd.,
West Palm Beach. For directions,
call (561) 686-8800 or (863) 462-
5195.
Sale of alligator permits
began June 6, but more than
2,000 permits are still available
on a first-come, first-served basis
through Sept. 20. Permit holders
are authorized to take two alliga-
tors from designated areas dur-
ing specific harvest periods.
Alligator harvest areas are listed
at MyFWC.com/alligator.
Applicants have their prefer-
ence of applying at any county
tax collector's office, license
agent (retail outlet that sells
hunting and fishing licenses),
online at MyFWC.com/license
or by calling toll-free 1-888-
HUNT-FLORIDA (486-8356)
from anywhere in the United
States or Canada.
To reserve a permit, appli-
cants must submit payment for
an Alligator Trapping license
and two alligator-hide validation
tags, or provide proof of a valid
Alligator Trapping license (must
be valid through Oct. 8) plus pay,
the fee for two hide validation
tags. No other hunting licenses
are required.
The cost for a Resident
Alligator Trapping License and
hide validation tags is $272, and
non-residents pay $1,022. Any
hunter who takes an alligator
must complete and send in an
Alligator Harvest Report Form.
The information gathered from
these forms enables biologists to
monitor population trends and
impacts of the harvest.
Persons seeking a permit
must be at least 18 years old by
Sept. 1, and only one harvest per-
mit per person will be issued.

Militarylicenses
The new Military Gold
Sportsman's License is now avail-
able to active-duty and retired
military Florida residents for
$20. The license covers hunting,
freshwater and saltwater fishing
and a variety of associated per-
mits.
The Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission will
offer refunds to eligible persons
who purchased recreational
licenses at the regular price
between May 24 and June 30
(the time between the governor's
signing the license into law and
the time it took to get computers-
A4 license vendors ready to
make it available).
A bill sponsored by Rep. Will
Kendrick (D-Carrabelle) and
Sen. Jeff Atwater (R-Palm Beach
County) created the license that
covers $83.50 worth of license
and permit fees.
The Military Gold
Sportsman's License is available
at tax collectors' offices only.
Applicants must present a cur-
rent military ID card plus a
Florida driver's license or orders
showing they are stationed in
Florida as proof of eligibility.
To receive refunds for licens-
es purchased between May 24
and June 30, eligible persons
must purchase a Military Gold
Sportsman's license at any tax
collector's office; return the orig-
inal license and a written request
for a refund to: FWC Office of
licensing and Permitting, 2590
Executive Center Circle, Suite
200, Tallahassee, FL 32301, and
include a daytime phone number.
Requestors should save a copy of
their original license before
returning.
Within three weeks, eligible
requestors should receive a .
check covering the full price of
the original purchase.


SMITH Continued from 14A

who was listed as unrecogniz-
able after an attack, and a
Milwaukee man who tried to
break up a fight between his own
two pit bulls and had his forearm
injured so badly that doctors had
to amputate it.
I've always have had a bias
against pit bulls since I was a sur-
gical resident and saw a man
attacked by his own dog. It basi-
cally tore up his arm, biting him
so forcefully that it fractured the
bone. Now there is likely a pit
bull owner out there who is say-
ing, "But mine is the nicest,
sweetest dog and wouldn't hurt a
fly." Well, I'm sure just about
every owner says that ... right up
until the moment that their dog
is mauling some small child.

This column is written to dis-


cuss issues regarding sports, medi-
cine and safety. It is not intended
to serve as a replacement/or treat-
ment by your regular doctor It is
only designed to offer guidelines
on the prevention, recognition and
care of injuries and illness.
Specific concerns should be dis-
cussed with your physician. Mail
your questions to Gregory Smith,
M.D., Sports Medicine, 1250 S.
18th Street, Suite 204,
Fernandina Beach, FL 32034.
For appointments, call 261-8787
or visit www.gsmithmd.com.


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Baptist Medical Center-
Nassau Auxiliary is sponsor-
ing a fund-raiser medical uni-
form and shoe sale today
from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the
conference room in the main
lobby of the hospital entrance.
See the new medical apparel
line presented by First
Uniform Inc. Register to win a
$20 gift certificate. The public
is welcome and credit cards
are accepted.
Kingsley Plantation will
host an open house from
noon to 2 p.m. July 30 where
interested visitors can review
the Kingsley Plantation
Exhibit Plan, talk with park
staff about the exhibits, and
provide.feedback on the
exhibit plan. A second open
house will be held Aug. 9 from
6:30-8:30 p.m. at St. Paul's
AME Church, 6910 New
Kings Road in Jacksonville.
The exhibit plan is also
accessible from the Timucuan
Preserve web site by visiting
http://www.nps.gov/timu and
clicking on the "Kingsley
Plantation Exhibits" link for
more details. Comments will
be accepted until Aug. 15.
Kingsley Plantation is a
60-acre unit of the 46,000-
acre Timucuan Ecological and
Historic Preserve, located at
11676 Palmetto Ave., Jack-
sonville. It is open daily, at no
charge, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Tickets to the Amelia
Book Island
Festival, Sept.
29 to Oct. 2, go
on sale to the
general public on
Aug. 1.
Vl1 The following
Events require tick-
'' els, which may be
*. ordered by
S'< ....... .. -. calling
(904) 321-0645 or e-mailing
lickets@bookisland.org:
Friday, Sept. 23: Sneak
Preview Party $20:
Thursday, Sept. 29:
Author Chat with Susan
Vreeland $10 ($15 for pub-
lic)
Friday. Sept. 30: Just
Write It (day of writing/publish-
ing workshops) $40
Saturday, Oct. 1: Day of
Author Talks and Programs -
$20 studentss through high
school are free)
Saturday, Oct. 1:
Luncheon with Authors $25
(groups of seven may pur-
chase a reserved table for
$196 and dine with the author
of their choice)
Tickets are also available
at Books Plus. 107 Centre
St.; First Coast Community
Bank, 1750 S. 14th St.; Golf
Club of Amelia, 4750 Amelia
Island Parkway: and Amelia
Community Theater, 209
Cedar St.
For more information
about the festival, visit
www.bookisland.org, e-mail
the festival planners at
info@bookisland.org or call
the Amelia Book Island
Festival hotline at 491-8176.
Star Talk will present "The
Summer Triangle" in August.
This asterism (star pattern),
comprising three unmistak-
ably bright stars, serves as a
guide for finding your way
around the summer sky.
Learn where it is and you'll
become an instant expert at
pointing out other stars and
constellations. Star Talk will
also look at some the best tel-
escopic objects visible this
time of the year. ,
The tour begins Aug. 5 at
9:30 p.m. at the Ybor Alvarez
Soccer Field parking lot at the
south end of Bailey Street. If
it's cloudy, Star Talk will be
held on Saturday, same time
and place.
For more information, call
277-3545 or 415-2704.
*


The Spa and Shops at
Amelia Island Plantation will
host a Boardwalk Bash from
5-8 p.m. each Friday in
August.
Enjoy food and drink spe-
cials, $1 beer, a fantastic
band and more. Aug. 19 is a
Teacher Appreciation'
Boardwalk Bash.
On Aug. 6 enjoy a wine
tasting from 2-4 p.m. at
March Burette. Complimen-
tary. On Aug. 13 from 2-4 p.m.
sample gourmet items. Aug.
20 features a cooking demon-
stration from 3-5 p.m. and
Aug. 27 a wine tasting from 2-
5 p.m.
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The Police Athletic League. in
cooperation with the Amelia .
Arts Academy. will produce the
'70's musical "The \\'iz" tonight r
at the Peck Center. The play by
William F. Brown and music '
and lyrics by Charlie Smalls is
an adaptation of The 'o bnderful Wizard
by Frank Baum.
The musical is under the direction ol
Autry. chorus and drama teacher at Fern
Beach High School. Reservations requi
Autry at 261-7962.

SALT MARSH SECRET
Little Talbot Isla nd State Park present
the Sali Ma rsh" at 11 a.m. July 30 and 31 a
ground boat laur
event is free wit
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that wash up on Little Talbot Island State Park. Join
Ra nger Michelle for this fascinating discussion at 2
p.m. at Little Talbot s Beach Pavilion Ten.


,' Im prove Jacksonville Theatre,
140 WXest Monroe St. in
Hemming Plaza, presents Laugh
for Life 2005, a comedy concert
to benefit the Nielsen Organ j
., Transplant Foundation at 7 p.m.
Nanette S. July30 in the Terry Theater at
and ina the Times-Union Center. There will be
red.call a silent auction, cash bar and music by The Does of
Dixieland at 8 p.m. Tickets are $20 in advance and
$25 the day of the concert. Tickets can be purchased
online at wwwimprovjacksonville.com/show-
ts "Secrets of times.html or by calling (904) 49-FUNNY.
t the camp- Improv Jacksonville Theatre presents improvisa-
nch. The tional comedy at 7 p.m. every Thursday night.,
h park admis- Admission is $5.
information
320 or visit( I ( I- IiEIIE
ate The Amelia Island Museum
of History will host Dr.
rid 7, learn William Birdsong., who will
n a conch .- present a lecture entitled
)u discover "Civil War Medicine" on Aug.
found shells ---- 4 at 6 p.m. at the museum.


The informative discussion will look at the state
of science and medicine in the 19th century, medici-
nal practices during the Civil War, and the war's;con-
tributions to the development of improved medical
practices following the conflict. Stair usage is neces-
sary. Members free and non-members, $5.


The Cumnmer Museum of
Art & Gardens 829 Riverside
Ave., Jacksonville. presents Tai
Chi in the Gardens on Thu rs
days from 5-5:45 p.m. for sen-
iors and 6-7:15 p.m. for all ages.
Enloy the art of healing and natural health mainte-
nance through the gentle exercise of Tai Chi in the
Cummer Gardens. Students are encouraged to wear
a comfortable and loose fitting white shirt and long
black pants. Beginning students are welcome.
The instructor is Wan Chen (Peter) Chang.
Session A runs Aug. 18.25, Sept. 1, 8.15.22.29, and
Oct 6. Session B runs Oct. 13,20,27, Nov. 3,10,17.
and Dec. 1 and 8.
Cost is $48 for senior members and $68 for non-
members: $24 for senior active docents: $80 for
members: $100 for non-members and $40 for active
docents. For information, call 904-356-6857 or visit
www.cummer.org.
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OUT Continued from 1B
the Spa & Shops, please call 904-
432-2202.

Meet interesting profession-
al singles from Jacksonville and
surrounding areas in a series of
mini "dates."
Upcoming events are Aug. 8
downtown, Aug. 22 in
Jacksonville Beach and Aug. 23
in Mandarin.
Register online at www.Pre-
Dating.com/jax or call 1-877-477-
3328. E-mail: jacksonville@ pre-
dating.com.
*
Yogi Hari, founder of
Sampoorna Yoga, will hold a
satsang, chanting, meditation
and lecture Aug.
12 at 7:30 p.m.
On Aug. 13 he
will present a
yoga day on
pranayama and
yogic breathing
techniques for /
all levels of -A
yoga students
and yoga teachers. Seating will
be limited. All activities will be at
the Dome Healing Center, 5024
First Coast Hwy., Amelia Island.
For information or reservations,
call Don or Cindy Murphy at 277-,
3663. Also visit www.Dome
HealingCenter.com and
www.YogiHari.com.

Merrillee Whren of
Fernandina Beach will sign
copies of her book, The Heart's
Homecoming, an
inspirational
romantic story of
reconciliation
and forgive-
ness, on Aug.
13 from 7-9
p.m. at Books
Plus, 107
Centre St.,
Fernandina Beach.
This is Whren's first novel,
published by Steeple Hill Books in
paperback for their Love Inspired
line of inspirational romances.

WJCT Public Broadcasting
and Baptist Health are teaming
up to host the fifth annual
Speaking of Women's Health
conference on Aug. 20 at the
Hyatt Regency Jacksonville
Riverfront (formerly the Adamrn's
Mark I).
This year's conference fea-
tures dynamic speakers, a diver-
sity of breakout sessions and free
personal screenings. The confer-
ence is open to everyone, but
seating is limited and advance
ticket purchases are required.
Tikets-are'$35 and-avadilable by
calling WJCT at (904) 358-6322,
or by logging on to WJCT Online
at wjct.org and clicking on
"Speaking of Women's Health."

Discover the rich history
and culture of Amelia Island, a
tiny paradise with a big place in
Florida's history books. Housed in
the historic Nassau County jail,,
the Amelia Island Museum of
History showcases the island's
.4,000 years of Florida History.
The museum, located at
Cedar and Third streets, is open
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through
Saturday and 1-4 p.m. Sunday.
Docent-led tours are held at 11
a.m. and 2 p.m. Monday
through Saturday and at 2 p.m.
Sunday.
The museum offers summer
walking tours. Cehtre Street tours
begin every Friday and Saturday
at 3:30 p.m. at the railroad depot
at the foot of Centre Street. Hear
fascinating anecdotes of the fami-
lies and industries that shaped
Fernandina on this walk down the
national historic district's main
thoroughfare. To learn more about
other tour and lecture offerings
contact Thea Seagraves at 261-
7378 (ext. 105). Purchase your
tickets in advance at the museum
at 233 S. Third St.
The museum offers Ghost
Tours every Friday night at 6 p.m.
throughout the year. Guests will
learn Amelia Island ghost stories
as they tiptoe through dark streets
and walk in the footsteps of a
bygone era as the past comes
alive through the skillful story-
telling of the guide. Meet at the
cemetery behind St. Peter's
Episcopal Church.

FILM/THEATER

The Alhambra Dinner
Theatre season lineup includes
"Cinderella" through Aug. 7; "Ain't
Misbehavin"' Aug. 10-Sept. 4; "Do
Black Patent Leather Shoes


Really Reflect Up?" Sept. 7-Oct.
9; and "Gypsy" Oct. 12-Nov. 27.
Call the theater, 12000 Beach
Blvd. in Jacksonville, at 1-800-
688-7469 or e-mail info@alham
bradinnertheatre.com.
*
The Vintage Players,
Jacksonville's only senior reper-
toire theater company, will per-
form a special version of "Bits
and Pieces" at 8 p.m. Aug. 13
and 2:30 p.m. Aug. 14 at First'
Coast Theater, 1014 King St.,
Riverside.
The performance will consist
of acts, plays, scenes and mono-
logues, which the Vintage Players
have perfected over the years.
They will begin taking reserva-
tions on July 25. Admission is


$10. To reserve a seat call (904)
642-1978.
*
WJCT broadcasts uninter-
rupted classic films on Friday
nights at 10 p.m. Tonight features
the "Sweet Smell of Success," a
tale of a ruthless Broadway
columnist (Burt Lancaster) and
those he manipulates. Tony Curtis
costars as a desperate press
agent.

IN CONCERT

The Jacksonville Symphony
Chorus is enlisting new singers
for the 2005-6 season. Auditions
will be held on Aug. 27 beginning
at 10 a.m. at Jacksonville
University in the Phillips Fine Arts
Building, room 220.
Call (904) 354-5479, ext. 271,
or inquire online at www.jaxsym-
phonychorus.org for information
and to schedule an audition
appointment.

Amelia Arts Academy
announces that the Chorale is
singing again. Director Bob
Moore returns with Jim Wright,
accompanist. Mark your calen-
dars for the first rehearsal of the
season at 7 p.m. on Aug. 22.

The New Horizons Summer
Band meets at 6:30 p.m.
Tuesday through Aug. 23. Don
Reynolds, director of the award-
winning Femandina Beach High
School band, ,holds the baton
through Labor Day. Call 277,1225
for information.

ART/EXHIBITS

The Waterwheel Art Gallery,
located on the south end of
Amelia Island at 5047 First Coast
Highway, will host "Primary
Colors" Artists and Their
Mentors. The show brings
together renowned artists and
teachers Mary Borshard and Mari
and their students and local
artists, Kay Bartram, Pat Haley
and Billie Parkin in an innovative
format developed byGallery
owner, Allan Ralph and Gallery
Director, Char Bachman.
Opening reception is from 4 to
7 p.m. Aug. 11. The exhibit runs
through Aug. 25. For information
call 261-2535.
*


The latest Island Art
Association Nouveau Art show,
"'Island Living," is on exhibit at
the gallery, 18 N. Second St. in
Femandina Beach.
The next Nouveau Art exhibit
will begin in September and last
'through October. The theme of
'the show is "Literary Visions." The
show is open to all members.
The "First Friday" opening
reception will be from 5-8 p.m. on
Sept. 2. Entries will be received
on Aug. 30 from 9 a.m. to noon.
For information about the
Island Art Association, call 261 -
7020.
Bank Art, a First Coast
Community Bank art exhibit, runs
until Aug. 25. "Painted
Adventures" features the
art of Christina Long, Karen
McFadyen, Barbara Martin and


Tamara K. Homer.

First Street Gallery, 216-B
First St., Neptune Beach, features
the work of Jacksonville-based
photographer Laurie Coppedge
through August.
Coppedge's black and white
images, captured with a 4x5 field
camera, pay homage to what this
art form is all about. For informa-
tion and directions, call (904) 241-
6928.

The Haskell Gallery at
Jacksonville International Airport
features Kathy Stark
(oil/acrylic/watercolor painting),
Alynne Sharp (acrylic/watercolor
painting) and Worley Faver (pot-
tery) through Sept. 30.

The Jacksonville Museum of
Modern Art, 333 North Laura St.,
Jacksonville, presents cutting
edge sculptural installations in
"Activating Space: Sculpture
as Environment," through Aug.
21. Call (904) 366-6911.
*


The Amelia Island Museum
of History is hosting a temporary
exhibit, "Summer and the Beach
on Amelia Island," with photo-
graphs and memorabilia relating
to historic summer and leisure
activities, until Sept. 1. For infor-
mation call 261-7378.
*0*
Alexander's, 4924 First Coast
Hwy., features local artists. Call
277-2040.

The Amelia Island Gallery,
2900 Atlantic Ave., features a vari-
ety of media and is open from
noon-8 p.m. Tuesday through
Saturday and until 5 p.m.
Sunday.
*


Barwick Studio, Inc., 4 N.
Second St., features original
watercolors by local artist Sandra
Pinchbeck Barwick. Open from
10 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday through
Saturday. Call 321-0833.

Blue Door Artists, 205-1/2
Centre St. Visit five avant-garde
working art studios. Includes
abstract paintings, pastels, col-
lage and mixed media, fiber arts,
sculpture, jewelry, a resident
muralist and decorative painter ,
and-a-weaving-studio. View con-
temporary work by Casey
Matthews, Lynette Holmes, Carol
Winner, Christina Long and the
late Helen D'Agnese.
Open Tuesday through
Saturday and by appointment.
Also open every first Friday
evening of the month for an open
house and studio tours 5-8 p.m.

C Square Studio, 205-1/2
Centre St. Featuring contempo-
rary paintings by local artist
Casey Matthews. Specializing in
original art, jewelry and art
objects. Open most days from 10
a.m.-6 p.m., Saturdays from
noon-5 p.m. and always by
appointment. Call 556-1 119.'

D'Agnese Studio and Fine
Art Gallery, 205-1/2 Centre St.,
features oil and watercolor paint-
ings; bronze, marble and lime-
stone sculptures; lithographs,


serigraphs and paper and glass
collages. Open noon-6 p.m.
Tuesday through Friday and 10
a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday or by
appointment. Call 261-6044 or
261-0433.

Designs On ... at 11 N. Third
St. features local artists and
regional fine American craft art.
Open 10:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday
through Saturday and 1-4 p.m.
Sunday or by appointment.

Eileen's Art and Antiques at
702 Centre St. Call 277-2717..

Harbor Lights, 31 N. Third
St., features original work by
Michael Van Hom and a continu-
ing display of antique charts,
maps and 19th-century natural
history engravings. Open 10:30
a.m.-5:30 p.m. Tuesday through
Friday 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday.
Call 261-9763.

Hunts Art & Artifacts Gallery,
316 C Centre St., features fossils
and shark's teeth, original paint-
ings and drawings by Walter
Hunt; Moroccan imports, Civil
War artifacts, Oriental carpets and
other curiosities. Open 11 a.m.-5
p.m. Monday through Saturday
and by appointment Sundays.
Call 261-8225.

Mead's Framery and Trophy
Store, Inc., A1A and US 17,
Yulee, features original and limit-
ed edition art by local and region-
al artists, prints and posters.
Open 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday
through Friday and 9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Saturday. Call 225-2195.
*


STEALTH Continued from lB
explains to the others what a
prime number is; I guess they
didn't get to primes at
Annapolis. In a movie that uses
unexplained phrases such as
"quantum sponge," why not just
let the characters say "prime
number" and not explain it?,
Many audience members will
assume "prime number" is
another one of those pseudo-sci-
entific terms they're always
thinking up for movies like this.
Capt. Cummings has bad
news: They're being joined by a
"fourth wingman." This is a
UCAV (Unmanned Combat
Aerial Vehicle) controlled by a
computer. The pilots are unhap-
py, but not so unhappy that
Gannon and Wade do not feel a
powerful sexual attraction,
although pilots are not supposed
to fraternize. At one point
Gannon visits Wade's cabin,
where she has laundry hanging
on the line, and is nearly struck
by a wet brassiere. "Pardon my
C-cup," she says, a line I doubt
any human female would use in
such a situation.
Suddenly the pilots have to
scramble for an emergency:
"Three terrorist cells are about
to meet in 24 minutes in
Rangoon," Capt George tells
them. Remarkable, that this,
information is so precise and yet
so tardy. The pilots find they not
only have time to take off from
dithe aircraft carrier and fly to
Burma, but to discuss their strat-
egy via radio once they get
there. The meeting is in a build-
ing that is still under construc-


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One Broad Stroke, 205-1/2 tion. Computer simulations show such g
Centre St. Featuring contempo- that if it falls over, it will kill a lot babies
rary work by award winning artist of people on the ground. vehicle
Carol Winner. See the artist in Amazing what computers can do UCAV
her working studio as she creates these days. However, if the build- sion tc
mixed media, paintings, and pas- ing is struck from directly above, that w
tels. Open 1-5 p.m. Tuesday it may fall down in its own foot- Korea
through Saturday, and by appoint- print. land n
merit. Adult and student lessons Alas, the rocket bombs car- DMZ 1
offered. Call 491-9995. tried by the planes do not achieve No
.the necessary penetration veloci- motion
Ribault's Gallery of Fine Art, ty. LL Gannon decides that if he you. A
319 Centre St., offers "true origi- goes into a vertical dive, he can The pi
nal" lithographs, serigraphs, increase the velocity: The bomb exploc
monotypes, paintings and portrait, is released, he pulls out of the falls o01
commissions by Gary Arseneau, dive low enough for everyone in to hit 1
artist and owner. Open 10:30 Rangoon to get a good look at If the ]
a.m.-4:30 p.m. and 6:30-9:30 p.m. his plane, and the building col- One,'
daily. Call 321-0021. lapses. It looks so much like the debris
*** falling towers of the World Trade the de
Susan's Slightly Off-Centre Center that I felt violated by the glad y
Gallery & Gifts, 218 Ash St., fea- image. sucks
tures art withfunctional and non- Whoops! Another emergency. a quan
functional designs of contempo-
rary ceramics, glass and wood. The deadline to submit items to O
Open 11 a.m.-6 p.m. daily or by
appointment. Call 277-1147. Tuesday. Reach SianPerryatsperry
SwaripAffTo6, comr-of-.... .
Date and Ninth streets, features
nautical antiques and personal-
ized' hand carvings of people and
pets to order by Christine Dube
Dillon, as well as "swamp art" *
mermaids, fish, and more from n -
bones and shells from the beach.
Open 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Wednesday
through Saturday, closed 1-3 p.m.
forsiesta. Call 491-9847.'

The Waterwheel Art Gallery, *
5047 First Coast Hwy., ow 0
Femandina Beach, features *
original works. Gallery hours are 3
10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday .
through Friday and 1-4 p.m. f *
Saturday. For information call
261-2535. *
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Th ne weaving Studio, 205-1/2
Centre St., features handwoven
wearable art by Lynette Holmes.
Open 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesday
through Saturday. Call 557-1187.,


MUSIC


1878 Tavern & Grille, 12 N.
Second St. Live entertainment.
Call 261-8103.

Beech Street Grill,
801 Beech St. John Springer on
piano Fridays and Saturdays
starting at 7 p.m. Call
277-3662.
*
Beef 'O' Brady's, 1916 South
14th St. Sports on 19 TVs, cable
and satellite; video games for
kids. Call 261-0555.

Caf6 Karibo, 27 N. Third St.
Live entertainment. Call 277-
5269.

The Crab Trap, 31 N.
Second St. Live entertainment.
Call 261-4749.

Fast Boys Wings Sports
Restaurant, 1699 South 14th St.
Poker night every Saturday, 7:30
p.m. until...: trivia night every
Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. Call
321-1332.

Florida House Inn, 20 S.
Third St. Amelia River Band most
Saturday nights at 7:30 p.m. Call
261-3300.

The Green Turtle Tavern, 18
S. Third St. Davis Turner and
Friends Wednesdays at 7:30
p.m.. Call 321-2324.
*
Gourmet Gourmet,
1408 Lewis St. and A1A. Solo
guitarist John Kaminski 6:30-9:30
p.m. Thursday; Dos Guitar Trio


6:30-9:30 p.m. Saturday. Call
261-8973.

Hammerheads, Sadler Road
and Fletcher Avenue. Open mike
Monday nights.

Midtown, 1930 Woodrow
Drive. Dillinger tonight and
Saturday, Karaoke with Daddy-O
on Sunday; Wes Cobb Tuesday;,
Jeremy Out of Hand
Wednesday. Call 261-8419.
*
O'Kane's Irish Pub and
Eatery, 318 Centre St. Live
entertainment Call 261-1000.

The Palace Saloon,
117 Centre St. Gitlo this week-
end; Yancy Clegg and John
Flood "Middle Ground"
Monday from 9 p.m. to close;
* DJ Kris Kiger Wednesday,
Friday and Saturday at 9 p.m.
Call 491-3332.

PLAE (People Laughing
And Eating) Restaurant and
Lounge, Amelia Island Plantation
Spa & Shops, 80 Amelia Village
Circle. Live entertainment. Call
277-2132.

The Ritz-Carton, Amelia
Island, 4750 Amelia Island Pkwy.
Live entertainment in The Lobby
Lounge 8 p.m.-midnight Sunday-
Thursday and 9 p.m.-1 a.m.
Friday and Saturdays. Call 277-
1100.
Rivers Edge Dell & Sports
Bar, 915 S. 14th SL, Jasmine


Plaza. Middle Ground tonight
and Saturday; Wes Cobb
Monday; Karaoke/Hip Hop
Tuesday, Wednesday. Thursday
and Sunday; free pool Thursday
9 p.m. to close. Call 491-3849.
*
Sandy Bottoms Beach Bar
& Grill. Live entertainment
Thursday. Call 277-0814 for
reservations.

Seabreeze Sports Bar, 2707
Sadler Road. Live entertainment.
Call 277-2300.

Sliders Seaside Grill, 1998
S. Fletcher Ave. Steel in Motion
Aug. 7 from 4-9 p.m. Call 277-
6652.

Spanky's Seafood Grill and
Bar, 960062 Gateway Blvd. Live
music on the outside deck
Wednesday through Sunday.
Call 261-7100.

Sparetime Lounge, Nassau
Bowling Center, 50 US 17, Yulee.
Live entertainment. Call 225-
1077.

The Surf, 3199 S. Fletcher
Ave. Duane Sanders, 6 p.m.-late
tonight; HIpp Street, 1-5 p.m. and
Gary Keniston 6-late Saturday;
Early McCall 1-5 p.m. and Chris
Mucci 6-10 p.m. Sunday. Call
261-5711.

Music listings are compiled by
Sian Perry. E-mail sperry@fbnews
leader.com for additions or changes,
or call261-3696, ext. 212.


ng strikes the UCAV,
goes nuts and starts to
ad songs from the
.t. "How many?" "All of
The computer also starts
k for itself, and to make
ns that contradict orders.
rhile, the three human
having participated in a
n that destroyed a sky-
r in Burma, may be on a
wide most-wanted list, but
immediately sent to
id for R&R This gives
n a change to photograph
n a bikini under a water-
die Purcell picks up a
iul Thai girl. Soon all four
i are having lunch, and
ee pilots are discussing
y secrets in front of the
irl, who "doesn't speak
h." Beautiful Thai girls
low themselves to be
up by U.S. pilots almost
speak English, but never
[fs not that Purcell is too
to know that trusting her
gerous; it's that the movie
stupid.
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kistan! Awarlord has
r bombs. The team flies
he "former Soviet repub-
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helpfully radios that
e going to need medical
on.
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lead to a situation in
LL Wade's plane crashes
th Korea while Lt. Gannon
rted to Alaska (they get
great fuel mileage on these
s, they must be hybrid
es). Then Gannon and the
fly an unauthorized mis-
rescue Wade, a mission
ill succeed ii the North
ms have neglected to plant
nines in the part of the
that Wade must cross.
w about Newton's laws of
n. Let me try this out on
plane is about to explode.
pilot ejects. The plane
des, and flaming debris
ut of the sky and threatens
the pilot and the parachute.
plane is going at Mach
Two or Three, wouldn't the
s be falling miles away from
scent path of the pilot? I'm
ou asked. The parachute
up that flaming debris like
itum sponge.

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2 6:52 AM 5 2:47 PM S FLETCHER'AV @ MIZELL ST
3 6:53 AM 6 2:48 PM S FLETCHER AV @ N CASINO AV
4 6:54 AM 7 2:49 PM S FLETCHER AV @ HUTCHINS RD
5 6:55 AM 8 2:50 PM S FLETCHER AV @ MATANZAS AV
6 6:56 AM 9 2:51 PM S FLETCHER AV @ KISSIMMEE AV
7 6:58 AM 10 2:53 AM S FLETCHER AV @ BILL MELTON RD
8 7:01 AM 11 2:56 PM FIRST COAST HWY @ FOREST DR
9 7:02 AM 12 2:57 PM FIRST COAST HWY @ MANUCY RD
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11 7:05 AM 14 3:00 PM SCOTT RD P OCEAN FOREST SUB
12 7:06PM 15 3:01 PM SCOTT RD @ OCEAN WALK SUB
13 7:08 AM 16 3:02 PM AMELIA ISLD PKWY @ 4999 PARKWAY SUB
14 7:09 PM 17 3:03 PM AMELIA ISLD PKWY @ SABLE PALM RD
15 7:10 AM 18 3:04 PM AMEUAISLDPKWY @ VILLASATSUMBCH
16 7:11 AM 19 3:05 PM 1,821 LEWISST (TEMP MEDICAL)
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19 7:14 AM 22 3:08 PM AMELIA ISLAND PLANTATION @ WEST GATE
20 7:16 AM 23' 3:11 PM FIRST COAST HWY @ LONG POINT
21 7:18AM 24 3:17PM AMELIA ISLAND PLANT. @ GUARD SHACK
22 7:20 AM .25 3:18 PM AMELIA ISLAND PLANT. @ NORTH GATE
23 7:22 AM 26 3:19 PM FIRST COAST HWY @ HARRISON COVE SUB
24 7:23 AM 27 3:20 PM FIRST COAST HWY @ FLORENCE POINT SUB
25 7:24 AM 28 3:22 PM FIRST COAST HWY @ STEWART RD
26 7:25 AM 29 3:24 PRM FIRST COAST HWY @ SANDPIPER TRAILER PK
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29 7:31 AM 32 3:29 PM PHILUPS MANOR RD @ PHILLIPS MANOR PL
30 7:32 AM 33 3:30 PM PHILLIPS MANOR RD @ GLYNNWOOD CT
31 7:35 AM 34 3:32 PM FIRST COAST HWY @ MARIAN DR
32 7:36 AM 35 3:33 PM CANOPY DR @ TITLEIEST DR
33 7:37 AM 36 3:34 PM CANOPY'DR @ BEAN ST
34 7:40 AM 37 3:36 PM AMELIA ISLAND PKWY @ VIA DEL RAY
35 7:41 AM 38 3:37 PM AMELIA ISLAND PKWY @ VIA DEL MAR
36 7:50AM 3 2:40 PM EMMA LOVE HARDEE ELEMENTARY
37 7:55 AM 1 2:05 PM SOUTHSIDE ELEMENTARY
38 8:00 AM 2 2:20 PM ATLANTIC ELEMENTARY

Route: 1102 Bus: 364- Schools: ELH, SSE, AES
Driver: JENNINGS, T
NATURES GATE, CITRON DR, NECTARINE CT, ORCA CT, EGRET LANE,
POST OAK APTS, SADLER RD, S FLETCHER (N OF SADLER TO ATLANTIC
AVE), OCEAN SOUND, OCEAN VIEW, SEASIDE SUB, McGREGOR BLVD,
WOLF DR, BELVEDERE AV, JASMINE PLACE, AMELIA LANDING SUB
AM P/U PM D/O STOP DESCRIPTION
--7:03 AM 1:55 PM' LEAVE FERNANDINA BEACH BUS SHOP
1 7:06 AM 6 2:45,PM JASMINE ST @ JASMINE PL
2 7:07 AM 7 2:46'PM JASMINE ST @ 19TH ST
3 7:08 AM 8 2:48 PM CITRONA DR @ NATURES GATE CT
4 7:09 AM 2. oPM CITRONA DR @ NECTARINE ST
5 7:10AM 3' I :.'' 19I CITRON DR @ ORCA CT
6 7:11 AM 11 r i11 CITRONA DR@tEGRET LN
7 '*-"i 2 i:r i CITRON DR @ GOLDEN ISLE,.AMELIA PARK
8 T- 11 I 4 2:30 PM CITRON DR @ STEP BY STEP DAYCARE
9D-"7:15AM 13' 2:54 PM SADLER RD @ DRURY RD
S10 7:6AM -14 2:56PM SADLER RD @ AMELIA LANDINGS
11 7:17AM' 15 2:57PM FIRSTAV@JOHN ROBASAV
12 7:19AM 16 --PM 1891 SFLETCHERAV.
13 : -r.1 1'7 :-: S FLETCHER AV @ RACHAEL AV
14 7:21 AM 18 3:00PM S FLETCHER AV @ JEFFERSONAV
15 7:22 AM 19 3:01 PM S FLETCHER AV@ KENTUCKYAV
16 7:23 AM 20 3:02PM S FLETCHER AV @ JASMINEST
17 7:24 AM 21 3:03 PM JEAN LAFITTE DR @ OCEAN SOUND
18 7:25 AM 22 3:04 PM ATLANTIC VIEW DR @ LAGUNA DR
19 7:26 AM 23 3:05 PM NEW YORK AV @S FLETCHER AV
20 7:27 AM 24 3:06 PM GEORGIA AV @ S FLETCHER
21 7:28 AM 25 3:08 PM GEORGIA AV @ PORTSIDE DR
22 7:29 AM 26 3:09 PM 493 STARBOARD DR (TEMP MED)
23 7:30 AM 27 3:10 PM 492 CROSSWIND DR (TEMP MED)
24 7:32 AM 28 3:12 PM JEAN LA FITTE 'BLVD @ McGREGOR BLVD
25 7:34 AM 29 3:14 PM McGREGOR BLVD @ JEAN LA FITTE BLVD
26 7:36 AM 30 3:15 PM BELVEDERE AV @ WOLFE DR.
27 7:39 AM 31 ?316-PM CITRON DR @ BEECH ST
28 7:40 AM 3 -:1- 11 996 CITRONA DR H @POST OAK APTS
29 7:-.,M-r i : i IF Fi i 1,i 1 I.:' II -i, H 'IE I _r I IIT r.l
30 7:" M 26 i : PM iSi7H;:i: IT @ D AT ST
31 8:05 AM 2 2:20 PM 'ATLANTIC ELEMENTARY

Route: 1103 Bus: 351 Schools: SSE, ELH, AES
Driver: BROCK, K
NORTH FLETCHER AV, ELIZABETH AV, LISA AV, TARPON AV, FERNANDINA
SHORES APTS, STANLEY ST, N WOLF ST, PARKWAY RD, HIGHLAND DR, N
15TH ST, LEON ST, WHITE ST, FRANKLIN ST, S 17TH ST, N 14TH ST.
AM P/U PM D/O STOP DESCRIPTION
7:00 AM 1:55 PM LEAVE FERNANDINA BUS SHOP
1 7:08 AM 4 2:45 PM S FLETCHER AV @ DRIFTWOOD SURF SHOP
L2 7:09AM 5 2:46PM NFLETCHERAV@ 1 STST
3. 7:10 AM 6 2:47 PM N FLETCHER AV @ 3RD ST
4 7:11 AM 7 2:48 PM N FLETCHER AV @5TH ST
5 7:12AM 8 2:49PM NFLETCHERAV @ 9THST
6 7:14 AM 9 ,2:52 PM ELIZABETH AV@ LISA AV
7 7:16 AM 10 2:53 PM N TARPON AV @ FERNANDINA SHORES #4
8 7:17AM 11 2:55 PM N FLETCHER AV @ TROUTST
9 7:19AM 12 2:57PM NWOLF@,-ri.:lTi- i: j -I-r-
10 7:20'AM 13 2:58 PM HIGHLAND,- Li'-HiH,_'r' .:i:i
11 7:22AM 1,4 2:59PM 18THST @ BROOMEST
12 7:24 AM 15 3:02 PM STANLEY ST @ FRANKLIN ST
13 7:25 AM 16 3:03 PM PARKWAY@ HIGHLAND DR "
14 7:26 AM 17 3:04 PM SUNRISE DR @ REGINA DR
15 7:28 AM 18 3:05 PM STANLEY DR @ HIGHLAND DR
16 7:29AM 19 3:07PM N 15TH ST@ HIGHLAND DR
17 7:30AM 20 3:09PM N 14THSTPL @ N 14THST
S 18 7:32AM 21 3:11 PM WHITEST@COMMANDANTST
19 7:33 AM 22 3:15 PM N 14TH ST @ LEON ST
20 7:34AM 23 3:16 PM N 14TH ST @ FRANKLIN ST
21 7:35 AM-24 3:18 PM N 14THST@ BROOMEST(SSE & ELH)
22 7:36 AM 25 3:21 PM S 17TH ST @ ASHST (SSE & ELH). ,
23 7:37 AM '26 3:22 PM S 17TH ST @ DATE ST
24 7:38 AM 27 3:24 PM S 15THST@ FIRST
25 7:50 AM 3 2:30 PM EMMA LOVE HARDEE ELEMENTARY
26 7:55 AM 1 2:05 PM SOUTHSIDE ELEMENTARY
27 8:05 AM 2 2:20 PM ATLANTIC ELEMENTARY
Route: 1104 Bus: 350- Schools: SSE, ELH, AES
Driver: WAAS, D
S 14TH ST, FOUNTAIN DR, SIMMONS RD, CURNETTE DR, SCRUB JAY LN,
AMELIA RD, GROVE PARK CIRCLE, CASHEN DR, BOB WHITE LN, ROBIN
HOOD DR, ADAMS RD, KENNETH CT, PIRATES BAY, LAKEWOOD, ARBORS
OF AMELIA, OCEAN RIDGE SUB, EGANS BLUFF I, 11 & NORTH, OCEAN
REACH SUB
AM P/U PM D/,0 STOP DESCRIPTION
7:05 AM 1:55 PM LEAVE FERNANDINA BEACH BUS SHOP


1 7:15 AM'
2 7:16 AM
3 7:17 AM
4 7:18 AM
5 7:19 AM.
6 7:20 AM
7 7:21 AM
8 7:23 AM
9 7:24 AM
10 7:25 AM
11 7:26 AM
12 7:27 AM
13 7:30 AM
14.7:32 AM
15 7:33 AM
16 7:34 AM
17 7:36 AM
18 7:37 AM
19 7:40 AM
20 .7:41 AM
21 7:42 AM


3 2:32,PM S 14TH ST @ CASHEN DR
6 2:45 PM AMELIA RD @ ADAMS RD
7 2:46 PM AMELIA RD @ OAK LN
8 2:47 PM AMELIA RD @ GROVE PARK CIRCLE
9 2:48 PM AMELIA RD @ GAINES LN
10 2:49 PM DIANE DR @ BOB:WHITE LN
11 2:50 PM CORNUTTE RD 'AMELIA.RD
'12 2:51 PM AMELIA RD @ SIMMONS RD
13 2:53 PM AMELIA RD @ KENNETH CT
14 2:54 PM 3113 S 14TH'ST
15 2:55 PM SIMMONS RD @ SIMMONS COVE
16 2:56 PM SIMMONS RD @ EGAN'S BLUFF SUB, S. SIDE
17 2:59 PM SIMMONS @ OCEAN RDGE RD/RBT OLVR
18 3:01 PM SIMMONS RD @ FIRST AV
19 3:03 PM PIRATES BAY @ CAPTAIN KIDD
20 3:04 AM INVERNESS RD @ CAPTAIN KIDD
21 3:06 PM INVERNESS RD Q PEMBROKE DR
22 3:07 AM COVENTRY LN @ SUSSEX DR
23 3:09 PM -INVERNESS RD @ PURCELL RD
24 3:11 PM CIERRA LN @ CAPRICE LN
25 3:12 PM LESABRE PL @ TAURUS CT


22 7:44 AM
23 7:45 AM
24 7:47 AM
25 7:48 AM
26 7:49 AM
27 7:50 AM
28 7:52 AM
29 7:55 AM
30 8:05 AM


26 3:13 PM
27 3:14 PM
28 3:16 PM
29 3:17 PM
30 3:18 PM
5 2:40 PM
4 2:34 PM
1 2:05 PM
2 2:20 PM


REATTA LN @ DELOREAN ST
STERUNG LN @ BENZ PL
OCEAN REACH SUB @ WILL HARDEE
S 14TH ST @ FOUNTAIN DR
S 14TH ST @ ISLESWORTH SUB
EMMA LOVE HARDEE ELEMENTARY
ROBIN HOOD @ SUSAN DR
SOUTHSIDE ELEMENTARY
ATLANTIC ELEMENTARY


Route: 1105 Bus: 299 Schools: SSE, AES, ELH
Driver: MITCHELL, C
WEST OF N 12TH ST, NORTH OF JASMINE ST. ALACHUA ST. BROOME ST.
CALHOUN ST, ASH ST, BEECH ST, FIR ST, JASMINE ST. HICKORY ST, ELM ST,


DATE ST
AM P/U
7:18 AM
1 7:19AM
2 7:20 AM
3 7:22 AM
4 7:24 AM
5 7:26 AM
6 7:27 AM
7 7:28 AM
8 7:29 AM
9 7:31 AM
10 7:33 AM
11 7:34 AM
"12 7:35 AM
13 7:36 AM
14 7:37 AM
15 7:50AM
16 7:55 AM
17 7:57 AM
18 7:58 AM
19 8:00 AM


D/O
1:55 PM
2:05 PM
2:20 PM
2:30 PM
2:32 PM
2:34 PM
2:40 PM
2:45 PM
2:47 PM
2:48 PM
2:49 PM
2:53 PM
2:54 PM
2:57 PM
2:58 PM
3:00 PM
3:01 PM
3:02 PM
3:03 PM
3:04 PM
3:05 PM


STOP DESCRIPTION
LEAVE FERNANDINA BUS SHOP
10TH ST @ ALACHUA ST (SSE & ELH)
10TH ST @ CALHOUN ST (SSE& ELH)
CALHOUN ST @ 4TH ST
3RD ST @ ALACHUA ST
BEECH ST @ 6TH ST
6TH ST @ DATE ST
6TH ST @ FIR ST
7TH ST @ HICKORY ST
12TH ST @ JASMINE ST ( ELH ONLY)
12TH ST @ HICKORY ST ( ELH ONLY )
12TH ST @ ELM ST (ELH ONLY)
13TH ST TERRACE @ DATE ST (SP PICK UP)
12TH ST @ BEECH ST (SSE & ELH ONLY)
11TH @ ASH ST (SSE & ELH ONLY)
EMMA LOVE HARDEE ELEMENTARY
SOUTHSIDE ELEMENTARY
12TH ST @ JASMINE ST (AES ONLY)
12TH ST @ HICKORY ST (AES ONLY)
ATLANTIC ELEMENTARY
STOP DESCRIPTION
LEAVE FERNANDINA BUS SHOP
SOUTHSIDE ELEMENTARY
ATLANTIC ELEMENTARY
12TH ST @ BEECH ST (SSE & ELH ONLY)
12TH ST @ HICKORY ST ( AES ONLY )
12TH ST @ JASMINE ST ( AES ONLY)
EMMA LOVE HARDEE ELEMENTARY .
10TH ST @ ALACHUA ST (SSE & ELH)
10TH ST @ CALHOUN ST (SSE & ELH)
CALHOUN ST @ 4TH ST
3RD ST @ ALACHUA ST
BEECH ST @ 6TH ST
6TH ST @ DATE ST
6TH ST @ FIR ST
7TH ST @ HICKORY ST
12TH ST @ JASMINE ST ( ELH ONLY)
12TH ST @ HICKORY ST ( ELH ONLY )
12TH ST 0ELM. 'TT ,-'ELHc,- i'-1
13TH ST'1thI,.:-r1 .C-. l -. 'iP PICKUP)
12TH ST ',- 6eE .:. :., ,- t i ELH ONLY)
11TH @ ASH ST (SSE& ELH ONLY)


Route: 1106 Bus: 356 Schools: SSE, ELH, AES
Driver: REYNOLDS, B
CLINCH DRIVE, MAGNOLIA AV, PINETRAIL, WREN ROAD, GEIGER RD,
ELIZABETH ST, MC SWAIN RD, BONNIEVIEW RD, LAWRENCE RD, SEA
WINDS SUB, MARSH COVE APTS, BAILEY RD, MIDWAY RD, PINE RD
AM P/U PM D/O STOP DESCRIPTION.
S7:10 AM 1:55 PM LEAVE FERNANDINA BUS SHOP
1 7:16AM 4-2:45PM MAGNOLIAAV@5THST
2 7:17AM 5 2:46PM CLINCH DR@ PINETRAIL
3 7:18AM 6 2:47PM CLINCHDR@ MCSWAINRD
4 7:19 AM 7 2:48 PM CLINCH DR @ ELIZABETH ST
5 7:20 AM 8 2:49 PM CLINCH DR @ GEIGER RD
6 7:21 AM 9 2:50PM CRUNCH DR @ WREN RD
7 7:22 AM 10 2:51 PM CLINCH DR @ BOLLES CIRCLE
8 7:23 AM 11 2:52 PM 2363 BONNIE OAKS DR ,
9 7:24 AM 12 2:53 PM 2145 CASHENWOOD DR
10 7:25AM 13 2:54PM 2018CASHENWOOD DR
11 7:26 AM 14 2:55 PM 509 BONNIEVIEW DR
12 7:27 AM 15 2:56 PM BONNIEVIEW DR @ SYCAMORE LN
13 7:29 AM 16 2:57PM RUSSELLRD @ LAWRENCELN
14 7:30AM 17 2:58PM LAWRENCELN@BRIDALRD
15 7:33 AM 18 3:01 PM AMEILAISL PKWY@HIRTHRD(M.COVE)
16 7:34 AM 19 3:02 PM AMELIA ISLAND PKWY @ RIVER OAKS SUB
17 7:35 AM 20 3:04 PM BAILEY RD @ PINEDALE RD
18 7:36 AM 21 3:05PM BAILEY RD @ PINE ST
19 7:37 AM 22 3:07 PM SR 200 (A1A) @ MIDWAY RD
20 7:39 AM 23 3:08 PM CLINCH DR @ SEA WINDS DR
21 7:40 AM 24 3:09 PM BONNIEVIEW DR @ RAYON RD
23 7:45AM 3 2:35 PM EMMA LOVE ELEMENTARY
24 7:53 AM 1 2:05 PM SOUTHSIDE ELEMENTARY
25 8:03 AM 2 2:20 PM ATLANTIC ELEMENTARY


Route: 1107 Bus: 321- Schools: SSE, ELH, AES
Driver HIGGS, P
SCHOOL TO SCHOOL-SHUTILE.,(SSE,AES ELH.FBMS.FBHS.) SUNSHINE
DA' CAPE F JPRAV HilL APT, AMElIA APTS 10TH ST TRAILER PARK BUC-


CANEERVILLA,
AM P/U PM D/O
1 7:20 AM
2 7:25 AM
3 7:27 AM
4 7:30 AM
5 7:31 AM
6 7:33 AM
7 7:38 AM "
8 7:40 AM-
9 7:50 AM
10 7:55 AM
11 8:00 AM
1:55 PM
1 2:05 PM
2 2:20 PM
3 2:30 PM
4 2:40 PM
5 2:45 PM
6 2:47 PM
7 2:49 PM
8 2:51 PM
9 2:52 PM
10 2:53 PM
11 2:57 PM
12 3:02 PM
13 3:15 PM,
14 3:17 PM


STOP DESCRIPTION
LEAVE FERNANDINA BEACH BUS SHOP
10TH ST @ TRAILER PARK (ATL & ELH ONLY)
BUCCANEER VILLAS (ATL & ELH ONLY)
MURRAY HILL APARTMENTS
NECTARINE ST@AMEUA APT, EAST PKG LOT
SUNSHINE DAY CARE
FERNANDINA BCH MIDDLE SCHOOL
FERNANDINA BCH HIGH SCHOOL
EMMA LOVE HARDEEELEMENTARY
SOUTHSIDE ELEMENTARY
ATLANTIC ELEMENTARY
LEAVE FERNANDINA BUS SHOP '
SOUTHSIDE ELEMENTARY
ATLANTIC ELEMENTARY
SUNSHINE DAY CARE CENTER
EMMA LOVE HARDEE
1546 S 8TH ST (PM ONLY)
10TH ST @ TRAILER PARK (ATL & ELH ONLY)
BUCCANEER VILLAS (ATL & ELH ONLY)
MURRAY HILL APARTMENTS
NECTARINE ST@AMELIA APT. EAST PKG LOT
SUNSHINE DAY CARE
SOUTHSIDE ELEMENTARY
ATLANTIC ELEMENTARY
FERNANDINA BCH MIDDLE SCHOOL
FERNANDINA BCH HIGH SCHOOL


FERNANDINA BEACH HIGH,.

FERNANDINA MIDDLE


Route: 1201 Bus: 271 Schools: FBHS, FBMS
Driver: CHANDLER, N
FLET!HER AV NORTH OF SADLER, TARPON AV, LISA AV, BEACH HAM-
MOCK, OCEAN VIEW, ELIZABETH ST, SADLER RD, THE OCEANS, FERNAN-
DINA SHORES, LEON ST, OHIO ST, DRURY RD, AMELIA LANDINGS, N 14TH
ST, FRANKLIN ST, WHITE ST, N 11TH ST, N 5TH, BROOME ST
AM P/U PM D/0O STOP DESCRIPTION ,
6:55 AM 2:20 PM LEAVE FERNANDINA BUS SHOP
1 7:02 AM 3 3:00 PM 1784 DRURY RD
2 7:03 AM 4 3:05 PM DRURY RD @ SADLER RD
3 7:04 AM 5 3:06 PM SADLER RD @ AMELIA LANDINGS
4 7:06 AM 6 3:08 AM 1880 S FLETCHER AV
5 7:07 AM 7 3:09 PM S FLETCHER AV @ RACHEL AV
6 7:08 AM 8 3:10PM S FLETCHER AV @ KENTUCKY AV
7 7:10AM 9 3:11 PM S FLETCHER AV @ NEW YORK AV
8 7:11 AM .10 3:13 PM S FLETCHER AV @ OHIO ST
9 7:13AM 11 3:15.PM N FLETCHER AV @ 1ST ST
10 ,7:15AM 12 3:16 PM N FLETCHER AV @6TH ST
11 7:17AM 13 3:19 PM ELIZABETH ST @ LISAAV .
12 7:20 AM 14 3:22 PM TARPON AV @ FERNANDINA SHORES
13 7:25 AM 15 3:27 PM N 14TH ST@ FRANKLIN ST
14 7:26AM, 16 3:28 PM N 14TH ST @ LEON ST
15 7:27 AM' 17 3:29 PM N 14TH ST@ 14TH PL
16 7:29AM' 18 3:31 PM N 14TH ST@ FORT CRUNCH BACK GATE
17 7:31 AM 19 3:33 PM WHITE ST @ COMMANDANT ST
18 7:33 AM 20 3:36 PM FRANKUN ST@ N 11THST
19 7:35 AM 21 3:40 PM N 5TH ST @ BROOME ST
20 7:38 AM 22 3:42 PM 220 N 8th st (SP P-UP)
21 7:45 AM 1 2:30 PM FERNANDINA BEACH MIDDLE SCHOOL
22 7:48 AM 2 ,:40 PM FERNANDINA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL '


Route: 1202 Bus: 311 Schools: FBHS, FBMS
Driver CONNER, J
FLETCHER AV SOUTH OF SADLER, SCOTTS RD, OCEAN FOREST SUB,
FORREST DR, WINDWARD SUB, PLANTATION OAKS, VIA DEL RAY, VIA DEL
MAR, PHILLIPS MANOR RD, PARKWAY NORTH SUB, AM IS PLANTATION,
FIRST COAST HWY, LEWIS AV, SUMMERWOODS APT
AM P/U PM D/O STOP DESCRIPTION
6:48 AM 2:20 PM LEAVE FERNANDINA BUS SHOP
1 6:58 AM 3 3:00 PM S FLETCHER AV @ JOHN ROBAS
2 6:59 AM 4 3:01PM SFLETCHERAV@ASKINS AV
3 7:00 AM 5 3:02 PM S FLETCHER AV @ N CASINO AV
4 7:01 AM 6 3:03 PM S FLETCHER AV @ HUTCHINS RD
5 7:02 AM 7 3:04 PM S FLETCHER AV @ SUWANEE RD
6 7:03 AM 8 3:05 PM S FLETCHER AV @ BILL MELTON RD
7 7:04 AM 9 3:08 PM CANOPY DR @ BEAN CT
8 7:05AM 10 3:09PM CANOPY DR @ HWY 105, (PKWY NO. SUB)
9 7:06AM 11 3:11 PM PHILLIPSMANOR RDS@ HWY 105
10 7:07 AM 12 3:12 PM PHILLIPS MANOR RD @ PHILLIPS MANOR PL
11 7:08 AM 13 3:13 PM PHILLIPS MANOR RD @ GERBING RD
12 7:09AM 14 3:16PM FIRST COAST HWY @ FOREST DR
137:10AM 15 3:17PM FIRSTCOASTHWY@MANUCYRD
14 7:11 AM 16 3:18 PM FIRST COAST HWY @ PLANTATION OAKS SUB
15 7:12AM 17 3:20PM SCOTTRD @ WINWARDSUB
16 7:13AM 18 3:21 PM SCOTT RD @ OCEAN FOREST SUB
17 7:14AM 19 3:23PM AMELIA ISL. PKWY @ SMR BCH, 4999 VILL.
18 7:15AM 20 3:24 PM AMELIA ISLAND PKWY @ SABLE PALM RD
19 7:16 AM 21 3:25 PM AMELIA ISLAND PKWY @ SMR BCH VILLAS
20 7:17 AM 22 3:27 PM LEWIS ST @ MARYAV
21 7:18 AM 23 3:30 PM FIRST COAST HWY @ PLANTATION PT SUB
22 7:19 AM 24 3:31 PM AMELIA ISLAND PLANT, @ NORTH GATE
23 7:20 AM 25 3:32 PM AMELIA ISLAND PLANT, @ WEST GATE
24 7:24 AM 26 3:46 PM FIRST COAST HWY @ LONG POINT
25 7:26 AM 27 3:48 PM AMELIA ISLAND PLANT, @ GUARD SHACK
26 7:27 AM 28 3:52 PM FIRST COAST COAST HWY @ FLORENCE POINT SUB
27 7:28 AM 29 3:53 PM FIRST COST HWY @ STEWART RD
28 7:29 AM 30 3:54 PM FIRST COAST HWY @ORANGE AV
29 7:31 AM '31 3:55 PM AMELIA ISLAND PKWY @ GOLFSIDE SO SUB
30 7:33 AM 32 3:57 PM AMELIA ISLAND PKWY @ VIA DEL RAY
31 7:34 AM 33 3:58 PM, AMELIA ISLAND PKWY @ VIA DEL MAR
32 7:45 AM 1 2:30 PM FERNANDINA BEACH MIDDLE SCHOOL
33 7:48 AM 2 2:40 PM FERNANDINA BEACH HIGH

Route: 1203 Bus: 328 Schools: FBHS, FBMS
DRIVER: KEY, F
OLD AMEULIA RD, SOUTH 14TH ST, DIANE DR, KENNETH CT, CURNUTTE DR,
NISSEN DR, SIMMONS RD, ROBIN HOOD DR, NOTTINGHAM DR, EAST
OAK ST, SEN DR, CAHENDRGROVE PARK AREA, WILL HARDEE RD, OCEAN "
REACH SUB, EGANS BLUFF NORTH, LAKEWOOD SUB
AM P/U PM D/0 STOP DESCRIPTION
7:10 AM 2:20 PM LEAVE FERNANDINA BUS SHOP
1 7:15 AM 7 3:07PM 14TH ST @ FOUNTAIN DR
2 7:17AM 8 3:08 PM 14THST@ ISLEWORTH SUB
3 7:21 AM 3 3:02 PM SUSAN DR @ CASHEN DR
4 7:23 AM 4 3:03 PM AMELIA RD @ CASHEN DR
5 7:25 AM .5 3:05 PM AMEUA RD @ GROVE PARK CIR
6 7:27 AM 6 3:07 PM AMELIA RD @ DIANE DR
7 7:28AM 9 3:11 PM AMELIARD @ SIMMONSRD
8 7:29AM 10 3:12PM AMELIARD@KENNETHCT ,
9 7:31 AM 11 3:15PM SIMMONS RD'@SIMMONSCOVE
10 7:33 AM 12 3:17 PM WILL HARDEE RD @ SIMMONS RD .
11 7:34 AM 13 3:19 PM WILL HARDEE RD @ OCEAN REACH SUB
12 7:36 AM 14 3:20 PM WILL HARDEE RD @ STERLING RD
13 7:37 AM 15 3:21 PM WILL HARDEE RD @ REATTA LN
14 7:38 AM 16 3:22 PM WILL HARDEE RD @ INVERNESS RD
15 7:45 AM 1 2:30 PM FERNANDINA BEACH MIDDLE SCHOOL
16 7:48 AM 2 2:40PM FERNANDINA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL

Route: 1204 Bus: 272 Schools: FBHS, FBMS
Driver HOLTON, C
BONNIEVIEW RD, CASHENWOOD SUB, FRIENDLY RD, LAWRENCE RD,
MARSH COVE APT, PINE ST, CLINCH DR, FRIENDLY RD, RIVER OAKS SUB,


BAILEY RD
AM P/U
7:08 AM
S1 7:13AM
2 7:14AM
3 7:15 AM
4 7:16 AM
5 7:17AM
6 7:18AM
7 7:19AM
8 7:21 AM
9 7:23 AM
10 7:24 AM
11 7:26,AM
12 7:27 AM
13 7:28 AM
14 7:29 AM
15 7:31 AM
16 7:45 AM
17 7:48 AM


PM D/0
S2:20 PM
3 3:06 PM
4 3:07PM
5 3:08 PM
6 3:09 PM
7' 3:10 PM
8 3:11 PM
9 3:13 PM
10 3:15 PM
11 3:19 PM
12 3:20 PM
13 3:22 PM
14 3:23 PM
15 3:24 PM
16 3:25 PM
17 3:26 PM
1 2:30 PM
2 2:40 PM


STOP DESCRIPTION
LEAVE FERNANDINA BUS SHOP
CLINCH DR @ MAGNOLIA AV .
CUNCH DR @ PINE TRAIL
CUNCH DR @ MC SWAIN RD
CUNCH DR @ ELIZABETH RD
CLINCH DR @ WAXWING LN
CLINCH DR @ BOLLES'CIRCLE
BONNEVIEW RD @ CASHENWOOD DR
FRIENDLY RD @ LAWRENCE RD
AMELIA ISL'PKWY @ MARSH COVE APTS
AMELIA ISL. PKWY @ RIVER OAKS SUB
BAILEY RD @ PINEDALE RD
BAILEY RD @ PINE ST
SR 200 @MIDWAY RD
CLINCH DR @ ROWLAND DR
BONNIEVIEW RD @ PALM DR
FERNANDINA BEACH MIDDLE SCHOOL
FERNANDINA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL


Route: 1205 Bus: 327 School: FBHS., ,
Driver WARD, L -" '
NASSAU CLUB APTS, HOll.t Pl SR 10 LIVEt OAK RlD bFkilJGHILL RD.,
COOK RD, HICKORY RD, DUCK LAKE RD LINDA HALl RD, SHUBERT R,
OWENS RD, DIRT RD, PLUM DR, PALM CIRCLE, LINA RD & CT, WILDER RD,
ALUGATOR CREEK RD, RAINBOW ACRES, MOBLEY HEIGHTS
AM P/U PM D/O STOP DESCRIPTION
6:20 AM 2:20 PM LEAVE FERNANDINA BUS SHOP
1 6:34 AM 5,3:10PM CR 107 @ MARC ANTHONY RD
2 6:35 AM 6 3:12PM CR 107 @TERRA COTTA WAY
3 6:36 AM 7 3:13 PM HENDRICKS RD @ LOUSHELLTONY RD
4 6:38 AM 8 3:15 PM HENDRICKS RD @ EAST PLUM RD
5 6:39 AM 9 3:19PM DAPHNE RD @ GREENBERRY RD
6 6:40 AM 10 3:20 PM RICHARD DR @ KAREN WALK RD
7 6:42 AM 11 3:21 PM KAREN WALK RD @ LEO DR
8 6:43 AM 12 3:22 PM 1499 KAREN WALK RD
9 6:45AM 13 3:24 PM GREGORY AV @ BARBARA PL
10 6:46 AM 14 3:25 PM MOBLEY HEIGHTS RD @ DOUGLAS RD
11 6:47 AM 15 3:26 PM 3516 CLEARWATER RD
12 6:48 AM 16 3:27 PM CLEARWATER RD @ SANTA JUANA RD
13 6:49 AM 17 3:29 PM 3591 SPRINGHILL RD S
14 6:50 AM 18 3:30 PM SPRINGHILL RD @ MOBLEY HEIGHTS RD
15 6:51 AM 19 3:32 PM LONNIE CREWS RD @ OWENS RD
16 6:52 AM 20 3:33 PM LONNIE CREWS RD @ LIVE OAK DR
17 6:55AM 21 3:35 PM 1917 LIL'WILLIAM RD
18 6:56 AM 22 3:36 PM 1815 LIL'WILLIAM RD
19 6:57 AM 23 3:39 PM LIL'WILLIAM RD @ BURMEISTER CT
20 6:58 AM 24 3:40 PM BURMEISTER RD @ LINA RD
21 6:59 AM 25 3:41 PM OWENS RD @ LIVE OAK RD
22 7:00'AM 26 3:42 PM LINDA HALL RD @ SCHUBERT CT
23 7:01 AM 27 3:43 PM SCHUBERT RD @ SCHUBERT CT
24 7:04 AM. 28 3:44 PM 3179 OWENS RD
25 7:05 AM 29 3:46 PM. 2344 ALBERT WAY
26 7:06 AM 30 3:47 PM BENNETT RD @ LANIER RD
27 7:08 AM 31 3:48 PM 2206 UVE OAK DR
28 7:09 AM 32 3:49 PM SPOONBILL WAY @ DUCK LAKE DR
29 7:10 AM 33 3:50 PM DUCK LAKE DR @ PALM CIRCLE S
30 7:13 AM 34 3:53 PM WINTERBERRY LN @ CEDAR LN
31 7:15 AM 35 3:55 PM HICKORY DR@ HOLLY POINT DR
32 7:18 AM 36 3:58 PM OLD NASSAUVILLE RD @ COOK RD
33 7:19 AM 37 3:59 PM WILDER BLVD @ ARBOR LN
34 7:20 AM 38 4:00 PM WILDER AVE @ WILDER BLVD
35 7:21 AM 39 4:02 PM ARBOR LN @ NASSAU RIVER RD
36 7:23 AM 40 4:03 PM ALLIGATOR CREEK RD @ SEYMORE PT
37 7:25 AM 41 4:05 PM 1422 ALLIGATOR CREEK RD
38 7:26 AM 42 4:07 PM 1511 RAINBOW ACRES RD
39 7:28 AM 43 4:09 PM ARBOR LN @ CR 107
40 7:29 AM 44 4:10 PM CR 107 @ FIRE STATION
41 7:30 AM 4 3:07PM CR 107 @ FRANK WARD RD
42 7:32 AM 3 3:05 PM CR 107 @ NASSAU CLUB APARTMENTS
43 7:45AM 1 2:30 PM FERNANDINA BCH MIDDLE SCHL
(SPECIAL P-UP)
44 7:48 AM 2 2:40PM FERNANDINA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL

Route: 1206 Bus: 285 School: FBHS
Driver WALLACE, D
O'NEAL AREA, PINEY ISLAND, SCOTT'S ROAD, BARNWELL RD, RIVERSIDE
SUB, SPANISH OAKS SUB, BARON RD, FLORA PARK SUB, NASSAU LAKES
SUB, BEACHWAY SUB, MT. ZION RD, OTTER RUN SUB, CLEMENTS RD,
MARSH LAKES SUB
AM P/U PM D/O STOP DESCRIPTION
6:35 AM 2:20 PM LEAVE FERNANDINA BUS SHOP
1 6:45 AM .3 3:03 PM PINEY ISLAND DR @ PINEY ISLAND DR,
2 6:54 AM 4 3:07 PM PINEY ISLAND DR @ PINEY ISLAND CT
3 6:55 AM 5 3:08 PM PINEY ISLAND DR @ MARSHVIEW DR
4 6:56 AM 6 3:09 PM PINEY ISLAND DR @ FIDDLER DR
5 7:01 AM 7 3:11 PM CALHOUN RD @ LARIAT ST
6 7:03AM 8 3:13PM SCOTT RD @ LONNIE LN


7 7:04AM
8 7:05 AM
9 7:06 AM
10 7:07 AM
11 7:08 AM
12 7:12AM
13 7:13AM
14 7:15 AM
15 7:17 AM
16 7:18AM
17 7:19AM
18 7:24 AM
19 7:27 AM
20 7:28 AM
21 7:29 AM
22 7:31 AM
23 7:32 AM
24 7:33 AM
25 7:34 AM
26 7:35 AM.
27 7:45 AM
28 7:48 AM


9 3:14 PM
10 3:17 PM
11 3:18 PM
12 3:19 PM
13 3:20 PM
14 3:21 PM
15 3:23 PM
16 3:26 PM
17 3:27 PM
18 3:28 PM
19 3:32 PM
20 3:33 PM
21 3:35 PM
22 3:39 PM
23 3:40 PM
24 3:41 AM
25 3:47 PM
26 3:49 AM
27 3:50 PM
28 4:02 PM
1 2:30 PM
2 2:40 PM


BARNWELL RD @ SPANISH OAKS SUB
BARNWELL RD @ PALM BLUFF RD
BARNWELL RD @ FIDDLERS WALK SUB
BARNWELL RD @ SUMMER BREEZE DR
BARNWELL RD @ AZALEA RD
BARNWELL RD @ BARNWELL CIRCLE N
A1A (SR 200 ) @ PRINCE DR
FLORA PK BLVD@FOREST PARK DR (1ST ENT.)
FLORA PK BLVD@FOREST PK DR (2ND ENT.)
FLORA PK BLVD@GRASSY PK DR (2ND ENT.)
ARRIGO BLVD @ PARADISE COMMONS RD
ARRIGO BLVD @ CAUSEWAY PLACE
MT ZION LOOP @ ZION CT
PARLIAMENT DR @ NASSAU LAKES CIRCLE
NASSAU LAKES CIRCLE @ ABACO ISLDR
CAYMAN CIRCLE @ PARLIAMENT DR
DUVAL RD @ CENTRAL RD
PINE GROVE RD @ NELSON RD
PINE GROVE RD @ CLEMENTS RD
AIA @ MARSH LAKES DR
FERNANDINA BEACH MIDDLE SCHOOL
FERNANDINA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL


Route: 1207 Bus: 307 School: FBHS
Driver: MCCONNELL, L
BLACKROCK RD AREA, CHESTER RD AREA, BOOKER RD, CHESTER RIVER
RD AREA, BELL RIVER RD AREA, HAVEN RD, ROSES BLUFF RD, BENCH-
MARK SUB, LENTS RD, CEDAR LN, GLEN LAUREL SUB, MEADOWFIELD
BLUFF RD & SUB
AM P/U PM D/O STOP DESCRIPTION
6:30 AM LEAVE YULEE BUS YARD, AM
2:20 PM LEAVE FERNANDINA BUS YARD, PM
1 6:40 AM 27 3:48 PM MEADOWFEILD BLUFF RD @ SOUTH END
2 6:45 AM 28 3:52 PM RIVERWOOD DR @ FIELDSTONE RD
3 6:46 AM 29 3:53 PM RIVERWOOD RD @ CREEKWOOD RD
4 6:47 AM 30 3:54 PM RIVERWD RD @ MEADOWBRK RD(2ND ENT.)
5 6:54 AM 3 3:09 PM BLACKROCK RD @ BAKER RD '
6 6:55 AM 4 3:10 PM 96058BLACKROCKROCK RD
7 6:56 AM 5 3:11 PM 96120 BLACKROCKROCKRD
8 6:57 AM 6 3:12 PM BLACKROCK RD @ OPAL RD
9 6:58 AM 7 3:13 PM BLACKROCK RD @ YATZEE RD
10 6:59 AM 8 3:14 PM BLACKROCK RD @ MARANATHA RD
11 7:00 AM 9 3:15PM BLACKROCK RD @ BUMPY RD
12 7:02 AM 10 3:16 PM BLACKROCK RD @ CEDAR LN
13 7:03 AM 11 3:17 PM BLACKROCK RD @ REILLY RD
14 7:04"AM 12 3:18 PM BLACKROCK RD @ KENNEL CLUB RD
15 7:05AM 13 3:19 PM BLACKROCKRD @ TRADINGPOST
16 7:06 AM 14 3:20 PM BLACKROCK RD @ LONG JOHNS, (GATE)
17 7:07 AM 15 3:21 PM BLACKROCKRD@ MITCHELLRD
18 7:08 AM 16 3:22 PM BLACKROCK RD @ CHESTER RD
19 7:09 AM 17 3:24 PM ROSES BLUFF RD @ ADDISON RD
20 7:11 AM 18 3:25 PM LENTS RD @ FEN AV
21 7:13 AM 19 3:26PM 87406 HAVEN RD
22 7:14 AM 20 3:29 PM HAVEN RD @ ROSES BLUFF RD
23 7:15AM 21 3:30 PM ROSES BLUFF RD @ BOOKER RD
24 7:16AM 22 3:31 PM ROSES BLUFF RD @ RADDIN RD
25 7:21 AM 23 3:37 PM CHESTER RD @ BENCHMARK SUB
26 7:22 AM 24 3:38 PM CHESTER RD @ AMY RD
27 7:23 AM 25 3:39 PM 96507 CHESTER RD
28 7:24 AM 26 3:40 PM CHESTER RD @ GLEN LAUREL SUB
29 7:45 AM 1 2;30 PM FERNANDINA BEACH MIDDLE SCHOOL
30 7:48 AM. 2 2:40 PM FERNANDINA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL

Route: 1208 Bus: 313 School: FBHS
Driver: HUMPHREY, L
WILSON NECK, HEDGES AREA, ALENE RD, MADELINE RD, BROOKE ST,
ROSE MARIE RD, THERESA RD, KIRKLAND RD, RADIO AV, DUANE AV,
MEGAN RD, LOFTON OAKS, LOFTON CREEK SUB, TERRY RD, MINER RD,
NORTH HAMPTON SUB, LOFTON POINT SUB


AM P/U PM 0D/
6:30 AM 2:20 PM
1 6:49 AM 2 3:10 PM
2 6:50AM 3 3:11 PM
3 6:51AM 4 3:12PM
4 6:52 AM 5 3:13 PM
5 6:55 AM 6 3:14PM
6 6:56 AM 7 3:16PM
7 6:57AM 8, 3:17PM
8 6:58AM 9 3:18PM
,9 7:00AM 10 3:19PM
10 7:01 AM 11 3:20PM
11 7:02AM 12 3:21 PM
12 7:03AM 13 3:22PM
13 7:04AM 14 3:23PM
14 7:05AM 15 3:25PM
15 7:06AM 16 3:26PM
16 7:07AM 17 3:27 PM
17:7:08AM 18 3:28PM'
18 7:09AM 19 3:32PM
19 7:10AM 20 3:34PM
20 7:11AM 21 3:35PM
21 7:12 AM 22 3:40PM
22 ?P '' : ,'6 r I '--'I:- r.l
23 7 ,I rV '?'J-' l P O t
24 7:A8>M'I!'2-5 '3:46lPM-
25 7:45AM 1 2:40PM


STOP DESCRIPTION
LEAVE FROM FERNANDINA BUS YARD
MINER RD @ TURK LN
MINER RD @ SHADY OAK RD'
MINER RD @ SILENT BROOK TRAIL
MEGAN RD @ DUANE AV
TERRY RD @ KIRKLAND RD
ASHLEY RD @ TERRY RD
THERESA RD @ RADIO AV
THERESA RD @ TINYA RD
85113 THERESA RDM,
BROOKE ST @ ALENE RD
BROOKE ST @ ROSE MARIE RD
BROOKE ST @ RADIO RD
RADIO RD @ MYRTICE RD
BAWYVIEW RD @ CONDOR LN
CALLAWAY DR @ HESTER DR
US HWY 17 @ YULEE VILLAS (SO ENTRANCE)
US 17 @ SOWELL RD
SANTA BARBARA @ ST PAUL BLVD
ST THOMAS ST @ ST MARKS TRAIL
LOFTON CREEK CAMPGROUND
N. HAMPTON CLBWY @ HAMPTON BAYS DR
'.1irir jrE -,:,,: i M-I1i. 1 r.( E;, e,?]h,_-' i:'i'. L',I-
r, H t r 11z: i ,-. i! _:-,-- ,i -," _rci l' r i "r. '
AMEUA CONC.@PIEDMONT RD (LOFT. PT.),
FERNANDINA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL'


Route: 1209 Bus: 309 School: FBHS
Driver: TURMAN, T
WILSON NECK AREA, HADDOCK RD, JOANNE RD, PHILLIPS RD, BLACK-
MON RD, FAYE RD, DELENE RD, LANA RD & CT, DICK KING RD, STEPHEN
RD, ALGER RD, LINDA RD, JAMIE RD, SARA ROAD, ELISE ROAD, MINER
RD, HIGGINBOTHAM RD, JOHNSON LN, S HARTS RD
AM P/U PM D/O STOP DESCRIPTION
6:20 AM 2:20 PM LEAVE FERNANDINA BUS YARD
1 6:38 AM 2 3:05 PM 85503 HARTS RD
2 6:40 AM 3 3:06 PM HIGGINBOTHAM RD @ HARTS RD
3 6:45 AM 4 3:07 PM HIGGINBOTHAM RD @ BUFFALO @ Y IN RD
4 6:50 AM 5 3:08 PM HARTS RD @ DURRANCE RD
5 6:52 AM 6 3:09 PM US HWY 17 @ JOHNSON LN
6 6:54 AM 7 3:10 AM HARTS RD @ JOHNSON LN
7 6:55 AM 8 3:12PM S HARTS RD @ EADY LN
8 6:56 AM 9 3:13PM HADDOCK RD @DAVID RD
9 6:57 AM 10 3:14 PM 85535 HADDOCK RD ,
10 6:59 AM 11 3:15PM HADDOCK RD @ KIRKLAND RD
11 7:00 AM 12 3:16PM 85330 JOANNE RD
12 7:01 AM 13 3:17 PM JOANNE RD @ MADELINE RD
13 7:02 AM .14 3:18 PM WILSON NECK RD @ BEACON PT
14 7:03 AM 15 3:19 PM HOLBROOK RD @ FAYE RD
15 7:04 AM 16 3:20 PM FAYE RD @ DERRICK RD
16 7:05 AM 17 3:21 PM CLAXTON RD @ ALGER RD
17 7:06 AM 18 3:22 PM 85190 DELENE RD
18 7:07 AM 19 3:25 PM, HOLBROOK RD @ ELISE RD
19 7:09 AM 20 3:27 PM ELISE RD @ WILSON NECK RD
20 7:10 AM 21 3:31 PM 85213AVANTRD
21 7:11 AM 22 3:33 PM ELISE RD @ BLACKMON RD
22 7:12 AM 23 3:34 PM BLACKMON RD @ STEPHEN RD
23 7:13 AM 24 3:35 PM BLACKMON RD @ ANGIE RD
24 7:14 AM 25 3:36 PM BLACKMON RD @ PHILLIPPS RD
25 7:15 AM 26 3:38 PM PHILLIPPS RD @ DAVID RD
26 7:16AM 27 3:39PM 85360 DICK KING RD
27 7:17AM 28 3:40 PM BLACKMON RD @ DICK KING RD
28 7:18 AM 29 3:41 PM 85049 MINER RD
29 7:19 AM 30 3:42 PM 85093 MINER RD
30 7:20 AM 31 3:43 PM MINER RD @ JESSIE LN
31 7:21 AM 32 3:45 PM MINER RD @ KIRKLAND RD
32 7:48 AM 1 2:40 PM FERNANDINA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL

Route: 1210 Bus: 258 School: FBHS
Drive: JONES, D
KATUNA RD, PALM TREE RD, WILDWOOD RD, FRED MINOR EST, STIL-
LQUARTERS RD, JOHNSONS LAKE AREA, EDWARDS RD, HARPER CHAPEL
RD, MC CAW RD, SPRINGMEADOW AV, CARDINAL RD & ST, DOVE RD,
WREN RD, LARK RD, ROBIN RD, HARRY GREEN RD, MERRYLENE RD,
PEEPLES RD, FELMORE RD
AM P/U PM D/O STOP DESCRIPTION
6:00 AM 2:20 PM LEAVE FERNANDINA BUS LOT
1 6:13 AM 2 3:05 PM PEEPLES RD @ HOPPER LN
2 6:14 AM 3 3:06 PM PEEPLES RD @ DENTON DR
3 6:15 AM 4 3:07 PM MERRYLENE RD @ HARRY GREEN RD
4 6:20 AM 5 3:09 PM FELMORE RD @ WILLIAMS RD
5 ...... 6 3:10 PM SR A1A @ CRAWFORD INSURANCE
6 6:22 AM 7 3:15PM BOYS&.GIRLS CLUB @ OLDYMS
7 6:25 AM 8 3:19PM SRA1A@ STILLQUARTERS RD
8 6:35 AM 9 3:26 PM WILDWOOD RD @ FRED MINOR EST
9 6:40 AM 10 3:29 PM WILDWOOD RD @ CHIPPEWA RD
10 6:43 AM 11 3:34 PM EDWARDS RD'@ EASY ST
11 6:45 AM 12 3:36 PM EDWARDS RD @ PARRISH ST
12 6:46 AM 13 3:37 PM EDWARDS RD @ CUL-DE-SAC
13 6:54 AM 14 3:43 PM SEMPER FI RD @ JOHNS. LK DR


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FRIDAY, JULY 29,2005 SCHOOL BUS ROUTES News-Leader


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15 3:45 PM
16 3:46 PM
17 3:48 PM
18 3:51 PM
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SR AlA @ MENTORIA RD
SR A1A @ HARPER CHAPEL RD
WILLIAM BURGESS BLVD @ HARVESTER RD
WLM BRGS BLVD@AUGUSTUS/CART. PT RDS
WILLIAM BURGESS BLVD @ HARTS RD
SPRING MEADOW AV @ CARDINAL AV
CARDINAL AV @ MACAW AV
MACAW AV @ DOVE RD
DOVE RD @ LARK RD
76007 DOVE RD
MACAW AV @ WREN RD
CARDINAL RD @ ROBIN RD
CARDINAL RD @ HARTS RD
SR A1A @ PALM TREE DR
SR A1A @ KATUNA DR
FERNANDINA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL


Rdute: 1211 Bus: 332 School: FBHS
Driver: HOWARD, P
SANDHILL AREA, LESSIE RD, COOPER NECK, TIMMONS RD, WINGATE
LANDING, CR 108 EAST TO US HWY 17, US HWY 17, (NORTH OF AIA),
GOODBREAD DR, QUAIL RIDGE, PARKER RD, YULEE HILLS, PAGES DAIRY
RD, PAGE HILL SUB
AM P/U PM D/O STOP DESCRIPTION
5:55 AM LEAVE YULEE BUS SHOP
2:50 PM LEAVE FERNANDINA BUS SHOP
1 6:10AM 28 4:21 PM LESSIE RD @ COOPER NECK RD
2 6:16AM 27 4:15 PM CR108 @ ALDERMAN DR
3 6:18AM 26 4:10PM CR 108 @JACOBS RD
4 6:20 AM 25 4:08 PM CR 108 @ ELNORA RD
5 6:25 AM 24 4:04 PM WINGATE LANDINGS @ CONNERVILLE RD
6 6:29 AM 23 3:50 PM OWENS RD @ CORNING CT
7 6:35 AM 22 3:48 PM CR 108 @ DAWSON RD
8 6:49 AM 21 3:46 PM US HWY 17 @ LIPPIZAN RD
9 6:51 AM 20 3:38 PM US HWY 17 @ PARKER RD
10 6:53 AM 19 3:36 PM GOODBREAD DR @ BIRD LN
11 6:55 AM 18 3:35 PM GOODBREAD RD @ JOHN GDBRD (PVT) LN
12 6:57 AM 17 3:33 PM GOODBREAD DR @ KOEN RD
13 6:59 AM 16 3:29 PM PAGES DAIRY RD @ FLORIDA AVE
14 7:00 AM 15 .3:28 PM 86222 PAGES DAIRY RD
15 7:02 AM 14 3:27 PM 86044YULEE HILLS RD
16 7:04 AM 13 3:26 PM YULEE HILLS RD @ PAMELA RD
17 7:05 AM 12 3:25 PM YULEE HILLS RD @ DEBBIE RD
18 7:06 AM 11 3:24 PM YULEE HILLS RD @ HILL VALLEY AV
19 7:07 AM 10 3:23 PM YULEE HILLS RD @ MEUSSA RD
20 7:08 AM 9 3:22 PM YULEE HILLS RD @ JEAN RD
21 7:09AM 8 3:20PM HILLVALLEYAV@TIMBERRIDGE ST
22 7:10AM 7 3:19 PM TIMBER RIDGE ST @ MEUSSA RD
23 7:12AM 6 3:17PM TIMBER RIDGE ST @ PAMELA RD
24 7:15AM. 5 3:15PM WORTHINGTON DR @ GRAHAM CT
25 7:18AM 4 3:13 PM WORTHINGTON DR @ KENSINGTON CT
26 7:22 AM 3 3:10 PM PAGES DAIRY RD @ LEE PLANTATION DR
27 7:45 AM 1 2:55 PM FERNANDINA BEACH MIDDLE SCHOOL
28 7:48 AM 2 3:00 PM FERNANDINA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL


YULEE PRIMARY,

YULEE ELEMENTARY


Route: 2101 -, Bus: 357 Schools: YPS, YES
Driver HYERS, G
NASSAUVILLE AREA, CREWS RD, CLEARWATER RD, ARBOR LN, SANTA
JUANA RD, SPRINGHILL RD, WILDER BLVD, FLETCHER RD, NASSAU RIVER
RD, ALLIGATOR CREEK RD, RAINBOW ACRES RD, COOK CIRCLE, BAR-
BARA PL, GREGGORY WAY
AM P/U PM D/O STOP DESCRIPTION
6:45 AM 2:00 PM LEAVE YULEE BUS SHOP
1 7:05 AM 25 3:30 PM 3320 CREWS RD N
2 7:07 AM 24 3:29 PM GREGGORY WAY @ BARBARA PL
3 7:08 AM 23 3:28 PM GREGGORY WAY @ STEVENS RD
4 7:10AM 20 3:24 PM 1552 BARBARA PL
5 7:11 AM 21 3:25 PM BARBARA PL @ END (CUL-DE-SAC)
6 7:12 AM 22 3:27 PM CLEARWATER RD @ MOBLEY HEIGHTS RD
7 7:13 AM 19 3:23 PM 3554 CLEARWATER RD
8 7:14AM 18 3:22 PM 3624 CLEARWATER RD
9 7:15AM 17 3:21 PM SANTAJUANARD @ SPRINGHILLRD
10 7:16 AM 16 3:20 PM 3637 SPRINGHILL RD
11 7:17AM 15 3:19PM 3513 SPRINGHILL RD
12 7:18 AM ,14 3:17 PM CR 107 @ COOK CIRCLE (SOUTH END)
13 7:20AM 13 3:15PM WILDER ST @WILDER BLVD
14 7:21 AM 12 3:13 PM WILDER BLVD @ ELLIS LANDING
15 7:22 AM 11 3:12 PM WILDER BLVD @ ARBOR LN
16 7:24 AM 10 3:10 PM 4256 NASSAU RIVER RD
17 7:26 AM 9 3:08 PM 1669 ALLIGATOR CREEK RD
18 7:27 AM 8 3:07 PM 1524 ALLIGATOR CREEK RD
19 7:28 AM 7 3:06 PM 1373 ALLIGATOR CREEK RD
20 7:30 AM 6 3:05 PM 1508 RAINBOW ACRES RD
21 7:31 AM 5 3:04 PM 1636 RAINBOW ACRE'S RD
22 7:33 AM 4 3:03 PM ARBOR LN @ ELUS LANDING
23 7:34 AM 3 3:02PM ARBOR LN @ FLETCHER RD
24 7:45AM 1 2:10 PM YULEE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
25 7:50 AM 2 2:30 PM YULEE PRIMARY SCHOOL

Route: 2102 Bus: 353- Schools: YPS, YES
Driver: NEAL, D
NASSAUVILLE AREA, TERRA COTTA WAY, LEO DR, KARENS WALK, HEN-
DRICKS RD, PLUM DR, STEVENS RD, HATTON RD, MARSH LAKES SUB, ORI-
OLE ST, DAPHNE RD, RICHARD DR, NASSAU LAKES SUB, PARLIAMENT DR,
OTTER RUN SUB, NELSON RD, DUVAL RD, NASSAU CLUB APTS
AM P/U PM D/O STOP DESCRIPTION
6:50 AM 2:00 PM LEAVE YULEE BUS YARD
1 7:00 AM 7 3:05 PM PARLIAMENT DR @ NASSAU LAKES CIRCLE
2 7:03AM 5 F I ,- .-. i. ir.iF iI ..-.p
3 y.7;Q JAM_. j : _'j:.:.. ; .r.i-, l, .; ,- -,,-liLI,-,t1_,rO: ., S
4 ( 7 1i p i CM 1 r z i ,3 rj 4 u _1 ,-E R C i t ,, .
5 7:12AM ii ,;t1, HEP iICC' I- rC' I.,C.'IHELIC.li
6 7:13 AM 12 3:20 PM HENDRICKS RD @ EAST PLUM DR
7' 7:14AM 13 3:21 PM HENDRICKS RD @ GREENBERRY RD
8 7:15AM 14 3:23PM DAPHNE DR @ RICHARD DR
9 7;16AM 15 3:26PM RICHARD DR @ KAREN WALK
10 7:17 AM 16 3:27 PM KARENS WALK @ DWIGHT DR
11 7:18AM 17 3:29 PM 3324 LEO DR
12 7:19AM 18 3:30 PM LEO DR @ PLUM DR
13 7:20 AM 19 3:31 PM WEST PLUM DR @ HENDRICKS.RD
14 7:23 AM 20 3:34 PM CR 107 @ NASSAU CLUB APTS
15 7:24 AM 6 3:03 PM 149DUVALRD(TEMPPRE-K)
16 7:25 AM 3 2:55 PM PINEGROVE RD @ NELSON RD
17 7:27AM 4 2:57 PM OTTER RUN DR @ PALMETTO RD
18 7:28 AM 5 3:00 PM PINEGROVE RD @ UTTLEBERRY RD
19 7:30 AM 21 ...... MARSH LAKES DR @ WOODSTORK RD
20 7:40AM 1 2:10PM YULEE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
21 7:50 AM 2 2:30 PM YULEE PRIMARY SCHOOL

Route: 2103 Bus: 365- Schools: YPS, YES
Driver: LEE, D 0
NASSAUVILLE AREA, LONNIE CREWS RD, LIVE OAK DR, LIL' WILLIAM RD,
LINA CT, OWENS RD, SHUBERT CT, LINDA HALL RD, SCHUBERT RD, BAR-
BRA PL, MOBLEY HEIGHTS RD, BURMEISTER RD & CT, KAREN WALK
AM P/U PM D/O STOP DESCRIPTION
6:40 AM 2:00 PM LEAVE YULEE BUS SHOP
1 6:55 AM 3:00 PM 1496 KARENS WALK
2 7:00AM 3 3:01 PM 1521 KARENS WALK (TEMP-MED)
3 7:01 AM 4 3:02 PM 1546 KARENS WALK
4 7:02 AM 5 3:03 PM KARENS WALK @ GREGGORY WAY
5 7:03 AM 6 3:04 PM MOBLEY HEIGHTS @ DOUGLAS RD
6 7:04 AM 7 3:05 PM 1852 MOBLEY HEIGHTS RD
7 7:05 AM 8 3:05 PM OWENS RD @ LONNIE CREWS RD
8 7:07 AM 9 3:07 PM 3255 OWENS RD.
9 7:08 AM 10 3:08 PM 3138 OWENS RD
10 7:09 AM 11 3:09 PM OWENS RD @ LIVE OAK
11 7:10AM 12 3:10 PM 2991 UNDA HALL RD
12 7:12 AM 13 3:11 PM SCHUBERT CT @ SCHUBERT RD
13 7:14AM 14 3:12 PM 2160UVE OAKRD(TEMP)
14 7:15AM 15 3:14 PM, BURMEISTER RD @ UNA RD,
15 7:16AM 16 3:15PM 1905LINACT
16 7:17AM 17 3:16 PM 2858LINARD
17 7:18AM 18 3:18 PM 1889 BURMEISTER RD
'18 7:19AM 19 3:19 PM 1831 BURMEISTER CT
19 7:20 AM 20 3:20 PM 1805 UL'WILUAM RD
20 7:21 AM 21 3:21 PM 1880 UL'WILUAM RD
21 7:22 AM 22 3:22 PM UVE OAK DR @ UL'WILLIAM RD
22 7:23 AM 23 3:23 PM 1850 LIVE OAK RD
23 7:24 AM 24 3:24 PM LONNIE CREWS @ PATRICIA PVT LN
24 7:25 AM 26 3:25 PM 3398 LONNIE CREWS RD
25 7:45 AM 1 2:10PM YULEE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
26 7:55 AM 2 2:30 PM YULEE PRIMARY SCHOOL

Route: 2104 Bus: 358 Schools: YPS, YES
Driver: TRANTHAM, N
FLORA PARK SUB, BEACHWAY SUB, LOFTON POINT SUB, MEADOWFIELD
BLUFF SUB, NORTH HAMPTON SUB, LOFTON CREEK CAMPGROUNDS
AM P/U PM D/O STOP DESCRIPTION
6:40 AM 2:00 PM LEAVE YULEE BUS SHOP
1 6:44 AM 3 2:47 PM AIA @ KUTANA DR (YPS ONLY)
2 6:46 AM 4 2:48 PM LOFTON CREEK CAMP GROUNDS
3 6:49 AM 5 2:51 PM 86305 MEADOWFIELD BLUFF RD
4 6:53 AM 6 2:55 PM RIVERWOOD DR @ FIELDSTONE DR
5 6:55 AM 7 2:57 PM RIVERWOOD DR @ CREEKWOOD DR
6 6:56 AM 8 2:58 PM RIVERWOOD DR @ MEADOWOOD DR
7 6:59 AM 9 3:00 PM MEADOWOOD DR @ MEADOWBROOK DR


8 7:01 AM 10 3:10 PM N.HAMPT.CLBWY@HAMPT. BAY/MONTAUK
9 7:09AM 11 3:11 PM NORTH HAMPCLBWY@ MORICHES DR
10 7:11 AM '12 3:12 PM SHINNECOCK HILLS DR @ BOSTIC WD DR
11 7:13AM 13 3:14PM 85199AMAGANSETTAV
12 7:17AM 14 3:18 PM AMELIA CONC.@PDMONT RD (LOFTON PT)
13 7:24 AM 15 3:24 PM FLORA PARK BLVD @ FOREST PARK DR
14 7:28 AM 16 3:28 PM FOREST PARK DR @ FLORA PARK BLVD
15 7:29 AM 17 3:29 PM FLORA PARK BLVD @ CREEK PARK CT
16 7:30 AM 18 3:30 PM FLORA PARK BLVD @ GRASSY PARK DR
17 7:35AM 19 3:33 PM ARRIGO BLVD @ CAUSEWAY PLACE
18 7:36 AM 20 3:37 PM ARRIGO BLVD @ PARADISE COMMONS RD
19 7:45 AM 1 2:10PM YULEE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
20 7:55 AM 2 2:30 PM YULEE PRIMARY SCHOOL

Route: 2105 Bus: 264 Schools: YPS, YES
Driver SAWYER, R
WILSON NECK AREA, MADELINE RD, JOANN RD, HADDOCK RD, DAVID
RD, DICK KING RD, PHILLIPS RD, ANGIE RD, BLACKMON RD, STEPHENS
RD, ELISE RD, ALENE RD, WILSON WAY, HARTS RD
AM P/U PM D/O STOP DESCRIPTION
6:50 AM 2:00 PM LEAVE YULEE BUS SHOP
1 6:55AM 3 2:55 PM US 17 @ SOWELL RD
2 7:00 AM 4 3:00 PM HARTS RD @ SUTTON RD
3 7:01 AM 5 3:01 PM HARTS RD @ BILL HURLBERT
4 7:03 AM 6 3:02 PM 85127 HARTS RD
5 7:05 AM 7 3:03 PM ALENE RD @ HURRICANE LN
6 7:06 AM 8 3:04PM MADELINE RD @ JOANNE RD
7 7:07 AM 9 3:05 PM 85274 JOANN RD
8 7:08 AM 10 3:06 PM 85417 JOANN RD
9 7:09 AM 11 3:07 PM 85642 JOANN RD
10 7:10AM 12 3:08 PM 85670 HADDOCK RD
11 7:11 AM 13 3:09 PM 85451 HADDOCK RD
12 7:12AM 14 3:10PM HADDOCK RD @ DAVID RD
13 7:13AM 15 3:11 PM DAVID RD @ DICK KING RD
14 7:14AM 16 3:12 PM 85230 DICK KING RD
15 7:15AM 17 3:13 PM 85385 DICK KING RD
16 7:16AM 18 3:14PM 85644 DICK KING RD
17 7:17AM 19 3:15PM 85815 DICK KING RD
18 7:18AM 20 3:16 PM BLACKMON RD @ AMANDA CT
19 7:20 AM 21 3:17PM 85297 ANGIE RD
20. 7:22 AM 22 3:18 PM ANGIE RD @ DAVID RD
21 7:23 AM 23 3:19 PM 85103 PHILLIPS RD
22 7:24 AM 24 3:20 PM 85314 PHILLIPS RD
23 7:25 AM 25 3:21 PM 85519 PHILLIPS RD (TEMP PRE K)
24 7:26 AM 26 3:22 PM 85416 BLACKMON RD
25 7:27 AM 27 3:23 PM BLACKMON RD @ STEPHENS RD
26 7:28 AM' 28 3:24 PM BLACKMON RD @ EUSE RD
27 7:40 AM 1 2:10PM YULEE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
28 7:50 AM 2 2:30 PM YULEE PRIMARY SCHOOL'

Route: 2106 Bus: 308 Schools: YPS, YES
Driver JOHNS, L
WILSON NECK AREA, AVANT RD, LANA RD, LANA CT, WESLEY RD, ELISE
RD, UNDA'RD, DELENE RD, CLAXTON RD, SARA RD, EADY LN, HARTS RD,
LITTLEST ANGEL DAYCARE, WINONA BAYVIEW RD
AM P/U PM D/O STOP DESCRIPTION
6:50 AM 2:00 PM LEAVE YULEE BUS SHOP
1 .7:00 AM 8 3:09 PM HOLBROOK RD @ STEPHEN RD
2 7:01 AM 9 3:12 PM 85675 WILSON NECK RD
3 7:02AM 10 3:13PM 85444 WILSON NECK RD
4 7:03AM 11 3:14PM 85250 WILSON NECK RD
5 7:04 AM 12 3:15PM WILSON NECK RD @ AVANT RD
6 7:05 AM 13 3:16PM 85552 AVANT RD
7 7:06AM 14 3:17 PM 85364AVANTRD
8 7:08AM 15 3:18PM 85013 AVANT RD (CUL-DE-SAC)
9 7:09AM 16 3:19PM 85900AVANTRD
10 7:10AM 17 3:20PM 85357 ELISE RD
11 7:12AM 18 3:22PM 85310 WESLEY RD
12 7:13AM 19 3:23 PM WESLEY RD @ JAMIE RD
13 7:14 AM 20 3:24 PM CUNNO CREEK RD @ ELISE RD
14 7:15AM 21 3:26 PM LINDA RD @ LANA RD
15 7:16AM 22 3:27 PM 85190 DELENE RD
16 7:17AM 23 3:28 PM 85071 S CLAXTON RD
17 7:18AM 24 3:29 PM. 85299 ALGER RD
18 7:19AM 25 3:30 PM LANA RD@ FAYE RD
19 7:20 AM 26 3:31 PM CLAXTON RD @ FAYE RD
20 7:21 AM 27 3:32 PM 85411 S CLAXTON RD
21 7:22 AM 28 3:33 PM DERRICK RD @ W CLAXTON RD
22 7:23 AM 29 3:34 PM W CLAXTON RD @ SARA RD
23 7:24 AM 30 3:35 PM 85919 WILSON NECK RD
24 7:25 AM 7 3:08 PM HADDOCK RD @ DUSTY LN
25 7:26 AM 6 3:07PM 85033 HARTS RD
26 7:27 AM ,5 3:04 PM HARTS RD EADY LN
27 7:28 AM 4 3:03 PM AIRPLANE LN @ WILSON RD
28 7:30 AM 3 3:02 PM BAYVIEW RD ( LITTLEST ANGLES DAY CARE)
29 7:40 AM 1 2:10PM YULEE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
30 7:50 AM 2 2:30 PM YULEE PRIMARY SCHOOL,

Route: 2107 Bus: 291- Schools: YPS, YES
Driver JONES, S
CHESTER RD, LAUREL GLEN SUB, GREEN PINE RD, AMY RD, BENCHMARK
SUB, CHESTER RIVER RD, ROSES BLUFF, RADDIN RD, LENTS RD, HAVEN RD,
BOOKER RD, BELL RIVER ESTATES @ END OF RD
AM P/U PM ,D/O, STOP DESCRIPTION
6:55 AM 2:00 PM LEAVE YULEE BUS SHOP
1 7:03 AM 3 2:55 PM 96366 CHESTER RD (TEMP PRE-K)
* 2 7:04 AM 4 2:56 PM SWEET BRIAR LN @ HAWTHORNE CT
3 7:05 AM 5 2:57 PM 'SWEET BRIAR LN @ GLENN LAUREL CIR
4 7:06 AM 6 2:58 PM 96659 SWEET BRIAR LN
5 7:07 AM 7 2:59 PM 96450 CHESTER RD
6 7:08AM 8 3:00'PM CHESTER RD @ GREEN PINE RD
7 7:09 AM 9 3:01 PM CHESTER RD @ AMY RD
8 7:10AM 10 3:02 PM CHESTER RD @ BENCHMARK RD
9 7:11 AM 11 3:03 PM 96675 CHESTER ROAD
10 7:13AM 12 3:05 PM 87356 LENTS RD
11 7:14 AM 1^ :. -f,I ": i. re. i .
12 7:15AM 14 ,, !,: .
13 7:i& IAa..A7 ,aH it Y.LIO1H,?- EU 0 UAEpAw
14 7,17AM ,,16-'3:09,PM-,,HAVEN-RD @ ROES BLUF RD ,
15 7:18 AM 17 3:10PM ROSES BLUFF RD @ BOOKER RD
16 7:21 AM 18 3:12 PM BELL RIVER ESTATES RD AT END
17 7:23 AM 19 3:14 PM ROSES BLUFF @ RADDIN RD
18 7:25 AM 20 3:16 PM 96716 CHESTER RD
19 7:27 AM 21 3:18PM 96809 CHESTER RD
20 7:29 AM 22 3:21 PM CHESTER RIVER RD @ BELLVIEW RD
21 7:30 AM 23 3:22PM CHESTER RIVER RD @ CLOVER RD
22 7:32 AM 24 3:24 PM CHESTER RIVER RD @ ARNOLD RIDGE SUB
23 7:34 AM 25 3:26 PM 96759 CHESTER RD
24 7:45 AM 1 2:10PM YULEE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
25 7:55 AM 2 2:30 PM YULEE PRIMARY SCHOOL

Route: 2108 Bus: 352 Schools: YPS, YES
Driver: McCORMACK, D
RADIO AV, ASHLEY RD, BROOKE RD, THERESA AV, ROSE MARIE RD, TINYA
RD, ALENE RD, THERESA RD, BAYVIEW RD, CALLOWAY DR
AM P/U PM D/O STOP DESCRIPTION
7:03 AM 2:00 PM LEAVE YULEE BUS SHOP -
1 7:10 AM 11 3:06 PM THERESA RD @ ROSE MARIE RD
2 7:11 AM 12 3:07 PM 85193 ROSE MARIE RD
3 7:12AM 13 3:08 PM ROSE MARIE RD @ BROOKE ST
4 7:13AM 14 3:09 PM 85106 TINYA RD
5 7:14AM 15 3:10PM 85334TINYARD
6 7:15AM 16 3:11 PM ALENE RD @ THERESA RD
7 -7:16AM 17 3:13PM 85638ALENERD
8 7:17AM 18 3:14PM ALENE RD @ BROOKE ST
9 7:18AM 19 3:05 PM 85169THERESA AV (SAFETY CONCERN)
10 7:19AM 10 3:03 PM THERESA RD @ RADIO AV
11 7:20 AM 9 3:02 PM 85485 RADIO AV
12 7:21 AM 8 3:00 PM RADIO AV @ WILSON RD
13 7:22 AM 7 2:59 PM 85301 RADIO AV
14 7:23 AM 6 2:58 PM BAYVIEW RD @ CONDOR LN
15 7:25AM 5 2:57 PM CALLAWAY DR @ AUSMUS DR
16 7:26 AM 4 2:56 PM. CALLAWAY DR @ HESTER RD
17 7:30 AM 3 2:55 PM US HWY 17 @ YULEE VILLAS
18 7:40 AM 1 2:19IPM YULEE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
19 7:50 AM 2 2:30 PM YULEE PRIMARY SCHOOL


Route: 2109 Bus: 342 Schools: YPS, YES
Driver: HOWISON, R
LESSIE RD AREA, COOPERS NECK AREA, TIMMONS RD, SANDHILL AREA,
C R 108, DAWSON RD, OWENS RD, JACOB RD, COONERVILLE RD,
WINGATE LANDING, GOODBREAD DR, PARKER RD, QUAIL RD, US HWY
17 (N OF A1A), BIRD LN, YULEE PRIMARY, OLD YULEE MIDDLE
AM P/U PM D/O STOP DESCRIPTION '
6:20 AM 2:00 PM LEAVE YULEE BUS YARD .
1 6:35 AM 19 3:50 PM CR 108 @ DAWSON RD
2 6:40 AM 18 3:45 PM TIMMONS RD @ MASON RD
3 6:45 AM 17 3:42 PM LESSIE RD @ COOPERS NECK RD
4 6:50AM 16 3:40 PM 571611 LESSIE RD
5 6:51 AM 15 3:30 PM 152887 CR 108
6 6:53AM 14 3:28PM CR 108 @SANDHILL RD
7 A.5 M 13 3:26 PM CR 108 @ MARZELLA RD
8 .:. .1.1 12 3:24 PM CR 108 @JACOB RD
9 -r1:r.1 1.1 3:22 PM CR 108@ ELNOR RD
10 7:03 AM 10 3:17 PM WINGATE LANDING @ COONERVILLE RD
11 7:10AM 9 3;07PM OWENS RD @ CORNING CT
12 7:15AM 8 3:03 PM US HWY 17@0 HANCE TRAILER PARK ENT.
13 7:17AM 20 3:55 PM US HWY 17 @ ANCHOR CIRCLE
14 ...... 7 2:55 PM PARKER RD @ US HWY 17 (PM ONLY)
15 7:18AM 6 2:54PM PARKER RD @ PARKERSVILLE LN
16 7:20 AM 5 2:53 PM GOODBREAD DR @ BIRD LN
17 7:24 AM 4 2:52 PM GOODBREAD DR @ SUZIE LN
18 7:25 AM 3 2:50 PM 86537 GOODBREAD RD
19 7:28 AM...... ....... YULEE PRIMARY BUS LOADING AREA (AM)


20 7:33 AM...... ...... PAGES DAIRY RD @ PINE FOR. MOTELL (AM)
21 7:35 AM.... ..... PAGES DAIRY RD @ PALMETTO LN (AM)
22 7:37 AM...... ...... PAGES DAIRY RD @ FLORIDA AV (AM)
23 7:38 AM...... ...... 86151 PAGES DAIRY RD (AM)
24 7:39 AM...... ...... 86191 PAGES DAIRY RD (AM)
25 7:40 AM ...... ...... WILLIAMS AV @ FAITH ST (AM)
26 7:41 AM 1 2:10PM YULEE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
27 7:51 AM 2 2:30 PM YULEE PRIMARY SCHOOL

Route: 2110 Bus: 366 Schools: YPS, YES
Driver: PFEIL, S
MACAW RD, DOVE RD, CARDINAL RD, SPRING MEADOW RD, TRINITY
CIRCLE, ASTER RD, JOHNSONS LN, HARTS RD, CLYDE HIGGINBOTHAM
RD, HARVESTER RD, DURRANCE RD, BOW AND ARROW TRL PK, CORTE-
SIAN PT SUB
AM P/U PM D/O STOP DESCRIPTION
6:50 AM 2:00 PM LEAVE YULEE BUS SHOP
1 ...... 3 2:55 PM MC KENDREE RD/ BOYS/GIRLS CLUB (YPS)
2 7:00 AM 4 3:00 PM MACAW RD @ WREN RD
3 7:02 AM 5 3:01 PM MACAW RD @ DOVE RD
4 7:03 AM 6 3:02 PM 76390 DOVE RD
5 7:04 AM 7 3:03 AM DOVE RD @ LARK RD
6 7:05 AM 8 3:04 PM 76208 DOVE RD
7 7:06 AM 9 3:05 PM DOVE RD @ CUL-DE-SAC
8 7:07 AM 10 3:06 PM MACAW RD @ CUL-DE-SAC
9 7:08 AM 11 3:07 PM 86294 CARDINAL ST
10 7:09AM 12 3:08 PM 86023 CARDINAL ST,
11 7:10AM 13 3:09 PM 86113 SPRING MEADOW RD
12 7:11 AM 14 3:10PM WILLIAM BURGESS BLVD @ AUGUSTUS AVE/
CORTESIAN PT N
13 7:12AM 15 3:11 PM HARTS RD @ WILLIAM BURGESS BLVD
14 7:13AM 16 3:13PM 85521 HARTS RD
15 7:14AM 17 3:14PM 85471 HARTS-RD
16 7:15 AM 18 3:15 PM 75765 HIGGINBOTHAM RD
17 7:17AM 19 3:16PM 75150 HARVESTER RD
18 7:18AM 20 3:18PM 85359 HARTS RD
19 7:19AM 21 3:19PM HARTS RD @ DURRANCE RD
20 7:21 AM 22 3:20 PM US HWY 17 @ ASTER RD
21 7:23 AM 23 3:21 PM US HWY 17 @ JOHNSONS LN
22 7:24 AM 24 3:29 PM JOHNSONS LN @ HARTS RD
23 7:26 AM 25 3:31 PM BOW AND ARROW CAMP GROUNDS
247:28 AM 26 '3:33 PM U S HWY 17 @ TRINITY CIRCLE
257:30 AM 27 3:35 PM U S 1.7 @ FLOUNDER GIG RD
267:40 AM 2 2:10PM YULEE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
277:50 AM 1 2:30 PM YULEE PRIMARY SCHOOL

Route: 2111 Bus: 242 Schools: YPS, YES
Driver: HARWOOD, S
CARDINAL ST, ROBIN RD, WILDWOOD RD, POLICE LODGE RD, HUMMING
BIRD LN, MARTIN LN, PARRISH RD, MENTORIA RD, EDWARDS ROAD
AREA, JOHNSONS LAKE AREA, YULEE BAPTIST DAYCARE, ROBIN RD,
HARPER CHAPEL RD


AM P/U
6:20 AM
1 6:25 AM
2 6:35 AM
3 6:40 AM
4 6:50 AM
5 7:00 AM
6 7:01 AM
7 7:02 AM
8 7:03 AM
9 7:04 AM
10 7:09 AM
11 7:10AM
12 7:11 AM
13 7:12 AM
14 7:13 AM
15 7:14 AM
16 7:18 AM
17 7:21 AM
18 7:22 AM
19 7:24 AM
20 7:25 AM
21 7:26 AM
22 7:27 AM
23 7:28 AM
'24 7:29 AM
25 7:30 AM
26 7:40 AM
27 7:50 PM


P/U
2:00 PM
3:00 PM
3:05 PM
3:09 PM
3:13 PM
3:20 PM
3:21 PM
3:22 PM
3:23 PM
3:24 PM
3:29 PM
3:30 PM
3:31 PM
3:35 PM-
3:36 PM
3:38 PM
3:40 PM
3:05 PM
3:06 PM
3:45 PM
2:53 PM
2:52 PM
2:51 PM
2:50 PM
2:49 PM
2:48 PM
2:10 PM
2:30 PM


STOP DESCRIPTION
LEAVE YULEE BUS SHOP '
SR 200 @ STILLQUARTERS RD
WILDWOOD RD @ FRED MINER ESTATE RD
WILDWOOD RD @ CHIPPAWA RD
65010 LOGAN RD OFF POLICE LODGE RD
EDWARDS RD @ EASY ST
EDWARDS RD @ PARRISH RD
EDWARDS RD @ BOAT RAMP
75341 EDWARDS RD
EDWARDS RD @ CUL DE SAC
75025 SEMPER FI DR
.75123 JOHNSONS LAKE RD WEST
75353 JOHNSONS LAKE RD WEST
75492 JOHNSON LAKE RD EAST
JOHNSONS LAKE RD @,PASSPORT CT
75820 JOHNSON LAKE RD EAST
SIDNEY PL @ MENTORIA RD '
HARPER CHAPEL RD @ BAPTIST CHURCH
HARPER CHAPEL RD @ WALTHOR PLACE
1048 SR 200 EAST
CARDINAL RD @ PINEVIEW RD
ROBIN RD @ CARDINAL ST
HARTS RD @ MOCKINGBIRD LN
ROBIN RD @ HARTS RD
HAYLEY PL @ HARTS RD
YULEE BAPTIST DAY CARE (YPS ONLY IN PM)
'.'U.ILEE ELEf iEr ITF'.." ?HOI."
.1_i:i: i'-1 .1-r i H ,:L


Route: 2112 Bus: 257 Schools: YPS, YES
Driver: FORDE, W
NASSAUVILLE AREA, OLD NASSAUVILLE RD, DIRT RD, HOLLY PT, WINTER-
BERRY AV, DUCK LAKE EAST & WEST, PALM CIRCLE, SPOONBILL WAY,
DUVAL RD, SR 107, MARC ANTHONY, FRANK WARD RD
AM P/U PM D/O STOP DESCRIPTION'
6:45 AM 2:00 PM LEAVE YULEE BUS SHOP
1 6:55 AM 3 3:00 PM 3672 MT.ZION RD
2 6:57 AM 4 3:01 PM 3958 SR A1A
3 7:05AM 5 3:05 PM CR 107 @ MARC ANTHONY RD
4 7:06 AM 6 3:06 PM 1375 OLD NASSAUVILLE RD
5 7:07 AM 7 3:07 PM CR 107 @DIRT RD
6 7:08AM 8 3:08 PM CR 107 @ BIG OAK PL
7 7:09AM 9 3:09 PM CR 107 @ BIG OAK LN
8 '7:10AM 10 3:10 PM 3713 OLD NASSAUVILLE RD
9 7:11 AM 11 3:12 PM 3643 OLD NASSAUVILLE RD
10 7:13AM 12 3:13PM 3297 BENNETT RD
11 7:15AM 13 3:15PM 2370 HOLLY POINT
12 7:17AM 14 3:16PM 3304WINTERBERRYAV
13 7:18AM 15 3:17PM 3229 WINTERBERRY AV
14 7:20 AM 16 3:18PM 2479 DUCK LAKE DR EAST
15 7:21 AM 17 3:20PM 2456 DUCK LAKE
16 7:22 AM 18 3:24 PM DUCK LAKE DR @ PALM CIRCLE N
r-r l 1 (" 1 L''i'i '*I '-

20 7:30 AM 22 3:33 PM 858 CR 107, JUST PAST FRANK Ah RYA:)
21 7:40 AM ,1 2:10 PM YULEE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
22 7:50 AM 2 2:30 PM YULEE PRIMARY SCHOOL

Route: 2113 Bus: 296 Schools: YPS, YES
Driver: LOCKLEAR,D
MINER RD,.TURK LN PVT, LORRETTA LN, KIRKLAND RD, G.W. COURSON
RD, SHADY OAKS SUB, VIRGINA LN, RENIA ST, DUANE AV, TERRY RD,
JAKE CARLTON RD, YMS AREA
AM P/U PM D/O STOP DESCRIPTION
7:04 AM 2:00 PM LEAVE YULEE BUS SHOP
1 7:09 AM 3 2:52 PM US HWY 17 @ JAKE CARLTON RD
2 7:10AM :4 2:53 PM RADIO RD @ LORRETTA LN
3 7:11 AM 5 2:54 PM BROOKE ST @ ASHLEY RD
4 7:12AM 6 2:55 PM 85249 ASHLEY AV
5 7:15AM 7 2:56 PM ASHLEY AV @ TERRY RD
6 7:16AM 8 2:57 PM DUANE AV @ JEFFERY RD
7 7:17AM 9 2:58 PM 85289 DUANE AV
8 7:18AM 10 2:59 PM RENIA ST @ DUANE AV
9 7:19AM 11 3:00 PM KIRKLAND RD @RENIAST
.10 7:20 AM 12 3:01 PM KIRKLAND RD @ TERRY RD
11 7:21 AM 13 3:03 PM 85772 HADDOCK RD
12 7:22 AM 14' 3:04 PM MINER RD @ FLYING A RANCH
13 7:23 AM 15 3:05 PM 85083 MINER RD
14 7:24 AM 16 3:06 PM 85171 MINER RD
15 7:25 AM 17 3:07 PM MINER RD @ VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT
16 7:26 AM 18 3:08 PM 85292 MINER RD
17 7:27 AM 19 3:10 PM MINER RD @ YMS'ENTRANCE
18 7:28 AM 20 3:14PM MINER RD @ VIRGINIA LN
19 7:29 AM 21 3:161PM MINER RD @ SHADY OAKS
20 7:30 AM 22 3:17 PM MINER RD @ GW COURSON RD
21 7:40 AM 1, 2:10PM YULEE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
22 7:50 AM 2 2:30 PM YULEE PRIMARY SCHOOL

Route: 2114 Bus: 312 Schools: YPS, YES
Driver: STANDRIDGE, G
BLACKROCK RD AREA, OPAL AV, BAKER RD, DURDEN RD, CREWS CREEK
RD, MARANATHA, GLENWOOD OAKS, CEDAR RD, PIRATES WOODS,
DIXON RD, BO DADDY RD, LONG JOHNS TRAIL, PAGE HILL SUB, PAGES
DAIRY RD, EZELL RD, LEE'S PLANTATION
AM P/U PM D/0 STOP DESCRIPTION
6:55 AM 2:00 PM LEAVE YULEE BUS SHOP
1 ,7:07 AM 27 3:21 PM BLACKROCK RD @ BAKER RD
2 7:08 AM 26 3:20 PM 96094 BLACKROCK RD
3 7:09AM 25 3:16PM BLACKROCK RD @ OPAL AV
4 7:10AM 24 3:15PM BLACKROCK RD @PIRATES BLUFF RD
5 7:11 AM 23 3:12 PM BLACKRQCK RD @ CREWS CREEK RD
6 7:12AM 22 3:11 PM BLACKROCK RD @ LANG RD
7 7:13 AM 21 3:10 PM BLACKROCK RD @ FREEMAN RD
8' 7:14AM 20 3:09 PM BLACKROCK RD @ BRIGHTON RD
9 7:15AM' 19 3:08 PM BLACKROCK RD @ DIXON AV
10 7:16 AM 18 3:07 PM BLACKROCK RD @ CHANDLER RD
11 7:18AM 17 3:06 PM BLACKROCK RD @ CEDAR AV
12 7:20 AM 16 3:04PM 96617 BLACKROCK RD
13 7:22 AM 15 3:02 PM BLACKROCK RD @ KENNEL CLUB RD
14 7:23 AM 14 3:01 AM BLACKROCK RD @ WISTERIA LN
15 7:24 AM 13 3:00 PM BLACKROCK RD @ PIRATES WAY
16 7:26 AM 12 2:59 PM 96895 BLACKROCK RD
17 7:27 AM 11 2:58 PM BLACKROCK RD @ LONG JOHNS TRAIL
18 7:29 AM 10 2:57 PM 86718 PAGES DAIRY RD
19 7:30 AM 9 2:56 PM PAGES DAIRY RD @ EZELL RD
20 7:31 AM 8 2:55 PM PAGES DAIRY RD @ LEE'S PLANTATION
21 7:34 AM 4 2:48 PM WORTHINGTON DR @ GRAHAM CT
22 7:35 AM 5 2:49 PM WORTHINGTON DR @ WORTHINGTON DR
23 7:36 AM 6 2:50 PM WORTHINGTON DR @ KENSINGTON CT
'24 7:37 AM 7 2:51 PM 861221 WORTHINGTON DR


25 7:38 AM 3 2:46 PM 86547 PAGES DAIRY RD
26 7:40 AM 1 2:10PM YULEE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
27 7:50AM 2 2:30 PM YULEE PRIMARY SCHOOL
Route: 2115 Bus: 280 Schools: YPS, YES
Driver BURCH, S
PINEWOOD DR, PALM TREE DR, CRAWFORD INSURANCE(AM), LOFTON
CREEK SUB, LOFTON OAKS SUB, YULEE HILLS, TIMBER RIDGE RD, JEAN
RD, HILL VALLEY RD, MELISSA RD, DEBBIE RD, PAGES DAIRY RD, WILLIAMS
RD (PM), PALMETTO AV (PM), FLORIDA AV(PM)
AM P/U PM D/O
7:03 AM 2:00 PM LEAVE YULEE BUS SHOP
1 7:08 AM 6 2:45 PM 86526 PINEWOOD DR
2 7:09 AM 7 2:48 PM PINEWOOD DR @ PALM TREE DR
3 7:15AM 8 2:50 PM ST PAUL BLVD @ CATHERDRAL LN
4 7:16AM 9 2:51 PM ST THOMAS ST @ ST PAUL BLVD
5 7:17AM 10 2:52 PM ST MARK TRAIL @ ST JOHNS CT
6 ...... 11 3:00 PM YES
7 7:26 AM 13 3:04 PM 86090 YULEE HILLS RD
8 7:27 AM 14 3:05 PM PAMELA RD @ YULEE HILLS RD
9 7:28 AM 15 3:06 PM TIMBER RIDGE RD @ PAMELA RD
10 7:29 AM 16 3:07 PM TIMBER RIDGE RD @ JEAN RD
11 7:30 AM 17 3:08 PM 86149 HILL VALLEY RD
12 7:31 AM 18 3:09 PM 86265 HILL VALLEY RD
13 7:32 AM 19 3:10PM 86468 HILL VALLEY RD
14 7:33 AM 20 3:11 PM 86482 YULEE HILLS RD
15 7:34 AM 21 3:12 PM YULEE HILLS RD @ MEUSSA RD
16 7:35 AM 22 3:13 PM YULEE HILLS RD @ DEBBIE RD
17 7:36 AM 23 3:14 PM 86374 YULEE HILLS RD
18 7:37 AM 24 3:15 PM 86471 PAGES DAIRY RD
19 7:38 AM 25 3:16 PM 86389 PAGES DAIRY RD
20 7:40 AM ... ...... 463203 E SR 200 @ CRAWFORD INS. (AM)
21 ...... 12 3:02 PM WILLIAMS AV @ FAITH ST (PM)
22 ...... 26 3:18 PM 86191 PAGES DAIRY RD (PM)
23 ...... 27 3:19 PM 86151 PAGES DAIRY RD (PM)
24 ...... 28 3:20 PM PAGES DAIRY RD@BRITT LYNN LN (TEMP P-K)
25 ...... 29 3:21 PM PAGES DAIRY RD @ FLORIDA AV (PM)
26 ...... 30 3:22 PM PAGES DAIRY RD @ PALMETTO LN (PM)
27 7:45 AM 1 2:10PM YULEE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
28 7:55 AM 5 2:30 PM YULEE PRIMARY SCHOOL
PM D/O PM ONLY (AFTER LEAVING YES TO YPS)
2 2:25 PM 86151 PAGES DAIRY RD
3 2:26 PM PAGES DAIRY RD @ BRITT LYNN LN
4 2:28 PM PAGES DAIRY RD @ FLORIDA AV
5 2:30 PM YPS

Route: 2116 Bus: 289 Schools: YPS, YES
Driver: CALHOUN, A'
PINEY ISLAND, SCOTTS RD, CALHOUN RD, BARNWELL RD, SPANISH OAKS
SUB, RIVERSIDE SUB, SUMMER BREEZE SUB, PEEPLES RD, MERRY LENE RD,
HARRY GREEN RD, CRAWFORD INSURANCE (PM ONLY)
AM P/U PM P/U STOP DESCRIPTION
6:50 AM 2:10 PM LEAVE YULEE BUS SHOP
1 7:00 AM 3 3:00 PM PINEY ISLAND DR @ MARSH DR
2 7:01 AM 4 3:02 PM PINEY ISLAND DR @ PINEY ISLAND CT
.3 7:02 AM 5 3:03 PM PINEY ISLAND DR @ FIDDLER RD
4 7:05 AM 6 3:05 PM PINEY ISLAND (LITTLE PINEY ISLAND)
5 7:07 AM 7 3:10PMr CALHOUN RD@.LARIAT ST
6 7:10AM 8 3:11 PM SCOUTS RD @ LONNIE LN
7 7:13 AM 9 3:14 PM SCOUTS RD@ END
8 7:15 AM 10 3:15 PM BARNWELL RD @ SPANISH OAKS SUS
9 7:18AM 11 3:16PM BARNWELL RD @ RIVERSIDE SUB
10 7:20 AM 12 3:17PM BARNWELL RD@ FIDDLER'S WALK
11 7:22AM 13 3:18 PM BARNWELL RD @ SUMMER BREEZE SUB
12 7:23 AM 14 3:20 PM BARNWELL RD @ OYSTER BAY SUB ENT.
13 7:25 AM 15 3:22 PM BARNWELL RD @ BARNWELL CIRCLE N
14 7:28 AM 16 3:23 PM SRA1A@ BARON RD
15 7:29 AM 17 3:24 PM SR'A1A @ CESSNA RD
16 7:32 AM 18 3:25 PM PEEPLES RD @ HOPPER LN
17 7:34 AM 19 3:26 PM PEEPLES RD @ MERRY LENE RD
18 7:35 AM 20 3:27 PM MERRY LENE RD @ HARRY GREEN RD
19 7:36 AM 21 3:28 PM HARRY GREEN RD @ WELDON RD
20 ...... 22 3:35 PM 463203 E SR 200 @ CRAWFORD INS.(PM)
21 ..... 23 3:37 PM PAGES DAIRY RD @ PINE FOR. MOTEL (PM)
22 7:40 AM 2 2110 PM YULEE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
23 7:50 AM 1 2:30 PM YULEE PRIMARY SCHOOL


YULEE MIDDLE

Route: 2201 Bus: 286 School: YMS
Driver: LUCERO, A
PAGE HILL SUB, PAGE HILL SUB, NORTH US 17, PARKER RD,TOM BURNEY
ROAD, GOODBREAD CIRCLE, FLORIDA AVE, DEER LN, HAMILTON AV,
LESSIE RD, COOPERS NECK RD, TIMMONS, MASON, WINGATE LANDING,
OWENS, CORNING CT, YULEE HILLS, DAWSON RD, SANDHILL, CR 108
AM P/U PM D/O STOP DESCRIPTION
6:00 AM 2:30 PM LEAVE YULEE BUS SHOP
1 6:15 AM 33 4:14 PM WINGATE LANDING RD (FORK IN THE RD)
2 6:30 AM 32 4:02 PM 57155 LESSIE RD
3 6:31 AM 31 4:01 PM LESSIE RD 0 COOPERS NECK RD
4 6:33 AM 30 3:59 PM TIMMONS RD @ MASON RD
5 /6:37 AM 29 3:55 PM CR 108 @ SANDHILL RD
6 6:38 AM 28 3:54 PM CR 108 @JACOB RD
7 6:40 AM 27 3:52 PM CR 108 @ ELNORA RD
8 6:45AM 26,3:47 PM CR 108 @ DAWSON RD
9 6:50 AM 25 3:42 PM USHWY 17 @ SUPER 8 MOTEL
10 6:55 AM 24 3:37 PM CORNING CT @ OWENS RD
11 6:59 AM 23 3:32 PM US HWY 17 N @ HANCE RVPARK
12 7:01 AM 22 3:30 PM PARKER RD @ CRANDALL RD
13 7:03AM 21 3:28PM US HWY 17 N @ TOM BURNEY RD
14 7:05 AM 20 3:26 PM GOODBREAD CIRCLE @ DEER LN
15 7:10AM 19 3:25 PM GOODBREAD RD @ HAMILTON RD
16 7:11 AM 2 3:21 PM PAGES D.RD@MCKENDREE LN(PREV.YMS)
17 7:12AM 3 3:22PM PAGESDAjRYRD-'i -':'i* 4.
18 7:15AM 4 ,01..r 11 F- r, r.i ',r ,, r l i.i";:t l f i'L .
19 7:16AM 5 01 P .1 "c'".:- '. LE HILL If0 -' F8 F"
20 7:18AM .6 3:02PM YULEE HILLS RD @ PAMELA RD
21 7:19 AM 7, 3:04 PM YULEE HILLS RD @ MEUSSA RD
22 7:20 AM 8 3:05 PM YULEE HILLS RD @ JEAN RD
23 7:21 AM 9 3:06 PM YULEE HILLS RD @ HILL VALLEY AV
24 7:22 AM 10 3:07 PM 86323 HILL VALLEY AV
25 7:23 AM 11 3:08 PM TIMBERRIDGERD@HILLVALLEYAV
26 7:24 AM 12 3:09 PM TIMBER RIDGE RD @ MELISSA RD
27 7:27 AM 13 3:10 PM TIMBER RIDGE RD @ PAMELA RD
28 7:28 AM 14 3:13 PM WORTHINGTON DR @ GRAHAM CT
29 7:29AM 15 3:14 PM WORTHINGTON DR @ KENSINGTON CT
30 7:30 AM 16 3:15 PM WORTHINGTON DR @ WORTHINGTON DR
31 7:31 AM 17 3:16 PM 861191 WORTHINGTON DR
32 7:32 AM 18 3:18PM 86547 PAGES DAIRY RD
33 7:45 AM 1 2:45 PM YULEE MIDDLE SCHOOL

Route: 2202 Bus: 267 School: YMS
Driver: PEEPLES,H
CALLOWAY RD, HESTER, AUSMUS, BAYVIEW, RADIO RD, BROOKE ST,
EADY LANE, AIRPLANE LANE, DURANCE ST, HARTS ROAD, CLYDE HIG-
GINBOTHAM, HARVESTER RD, BOW & ARROW, JAKE CARLTON RD,.YULEE
VILLAS, US HWY 17 S
AM P/U PM D/O STOP DESCRIPTION

7:00 AM 2:30 PM LEAVE YULEE BUS YARD
1 7:04 AM 2 2:56 PM US 17 @ SOWELL RD
2 7:06 AM 4 2:57 PM CALLOWAY RD @ HESTER RD
3 7:07 AM 5 2:58 PM CALLOWAY RD @ AUSMUS RD
4 7:09 AM 6 2:59 PM BAYVIEW RD @ RADIO RD
5 7:10AM 7 3:00 PM RADIO RD @ WILSON ST
6 7:11 AM 8 3:01 PM 85596 RADIO RD
7 7:12 AM 9 3:02 PM RADIO CT @ THERESA RD (CUL-DE-SAC)
8 7:13AM 10 3:04PM BROOKE ST @ ROSE MARIE RD
9 7:14AM 11 3:05 PM BROOKE ST @ ALENE RD
,10 7:15AM 12 3:06 PM HADDOCK RD @ DUSTY LN
11 7:16AM 13 3:07 PM HARTS RD @ EADY LN
12 7:17 AM 14 3:08 PM HARTS RD @ AIRPLANE LN
13 7:19 AM 15 3:09 PM HARTS RD @ DURRANCE AVE
14 7:20 AM 16 3:10 PM 75797 CLYDE HIGGINBOTHAM RD
15 7:22 AM 17 3:12 PM CLYDE HIGGINB. RD@HARVESTER RD
16 7:25 AM 18 3:15PM US 17 S @ JOHNSON LANE
17 7:29 AM 19 3:19'PM US 17 S @ BOW AND ARROW'C GRNDS
18 7:30 AM 20 3:20PM US 17 S @ JAKE CARLTON RD
19 7:31 AM 21 3:21 PM US 17 S @ ANTARESRD
20 7:32 AM 22 3:23 PM US 17S @ FLOUNDER GIG DR
21 7!33AM 23 3:25PM US 17 S @ CALLOWAYDR/
22 7:35 AM 3 2:53 PM .US 17S @ YULEE VILLAS
23 7:45 AM .1 2:45 PM YULEE MIDDLE SCHOOL

Route: 2203 Bus: 241 School: YMS
Driver: MURRAY, T .
ONEAL, BARNWELL RD & CIRCLE, MARSH LKS, PINEY ISLAND, RIVER SIDE,
NORTH SHORE, SUMMER BREEZE DR, MT. ZION, BARON RD, SPANISH'
OAKS SUB, NASSAU LAKES SUB & APTS
AM P/U PM D/O STOP DESCRIPTION
6:35 AM 2:30 PM LEAVE YULEE BUS SHOP
1 6:50 AM 2 3:00 PM ARRIGO BLVD @ PARADISE COMMONS RD
2 6:51 AM 3 3:01 PM ARRIGO BLVD @ CAUSEWAY PLACE
3 6:52AM' 4 3:04PM MT.ZION ROAD
4 6:53 AM 5 3:05 PM MT.ZION ROAD @ MT.ZION CT
5 6:54AM 6 3:06PM 4000SRA1A
6 6:55 AM 7 3:09 PM PARLIAMENT DR @ NASSAU LAKES CIR
7 6:56 AM 8 3:10PM NASSAULAKESCIRCLE @ABACOISL.DR
8 6:57 AM 9 3:11 PM CAYMAN CIRCLE @ PARLIAMENT DR
9 6:58AM 10 3:12PM 3792 CAYMAN CIRCLE
10 6:59 AM 11 3:13PM PINE GROVE RD @ NELSON RD
11 7:00AM 12 3:14PM PINEGROVERD @ CLEMENTSRD
12 7:05 AM 13 3:19 PM MARSH LAKES DR @ VILLAGE DR


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PINEY ISLAND RD @ PINEY ISLAND CT
PINEY ISLAND RD @ FIDDLERS WALK RD
CALHOUN RD @ LARIATE ST
SCOT-'S RD @ LONNIE LN
BARNWELL RD @ SPANISH OAKS SUB
BARNWELL RD @ RIVERSIDE SUB 2ND ENT,
BARNWELL RD @ FIDDLERSWALK
BARNWELL RD @ SUMMER BREEZE
BARNWELL RD @ OYSTER BAY SUB ENT.
BARNWELL RD @ BARNWELL CIRCLE N
A1A @ BARON RD
YULEE MIDDLE SCHOOL


Route: 2204 Bus: 240 Schools: YMS
Driver: TAYLOR, C
School: YMS
MINOR RD. VIRGIN LN, ALENE RD, VIRGINIA RD, HADDOCK RD, DAVID
RD, DUANE AV, RENIA ST, KIRKLAND RD, ASHLEY AV, THERESA RD,
MEGAN RD, ALENE RD, TINYA RD, FELMORE RD, WILLIAMS RD,
PINEWOOD RD
AM P/U PM D/0 STOP DESCRIPTION
7:05 AM 2:30 PM LEAVE YULEE BUS SHOP
1 7:08 AM 23 3:19 PM PINEWOOD RD @ PALM DR
2 7:11 AM 25 3:24 PM FELMORE RD 0 WILLIAMS RD
3 7:12AM 24 3:23 PM FELMORE RD @YES
4 7:18AM 22 3:16PM 85196ALENERD
5 7:19AM 21 3:15PM 85385ALENERD
6 7:20AM 20 3:14PM 85129THERESAAV
7 '7:21 AM 19 3:13PM THERESARD@ALENE RD
8 7:22AM 18 3:11PM THERESARD @ TINYARD
9 7:23 AM 17 3:10PM ASHLEY RD @ THERESA RD
10 7:24AM 16 3:09PM DUANE AV @ ASHLEYRD
11 7:25 AM 15 3:08 PM DUANE AV @ RENIA RD
12 7:26 AM 14 3:07 PM KIRKLANDRD@RENIARD
13 7:28 AM 13 3:06 PM KIRKLANDRD @ MEGAN RD
14 7:29 AM 12 3:05 PM KIRKLANDRD@ TERRYRD
15 7:30 AM 11 3:04 PM JOANNE RD @ KIRKLAND RD
,16 7:31 AM 10 3:03 PM 85330 JOANNE RD
17 7:32 AM 9 3:02 PM MADELINE RD 0 JOANNE RD
18 7:33 AM 8 3:01 PM HADDOCK RD @ DAVID RD
19 7:34 AM 7 3:00 PM 85528 HADDOCK RD
20 7:35 AM 6 2:59 PM HADDOCK RD @ KIRKLAND RD
21 7:36 AM 5 2:58 PM MINER RD @ FLYING A RANCH
22 7:37 AM 4 2:57 PM 85100 MINER RD
23 7:38 AM 3 2:56 PM 85292 MINER RD
24 7:39 AM 2 2:55 PM 85388 MINER RD
25 7:41 AM 1 2:40 PM YULEE MIDDLE SCHOOL

Route: 2205 Bus: 331- Schools: YMS
Driver: MUSIC, K
CHESTER RD, ROSES BLUFF, HAVEN RD, BLACKROCK RD, PIRATE'S
WOODS SUB, CEDAR RD, MITCHELL RD, OPAL RD, BAKER RD,
MARANATHA RD, BUMPY RD,.GLENN LAUREL SUB
AM P/U PM D/O STOP DESCRIPTION
6:45AM 2:30 PM LEAVE YULEE BUS SHOP
1 6:54 AM 2 3:01 PM CHESTER RD @ GLENN LAUREL SUB
2 6:55 AM 3 3:02 PM 96456 CHESTER RD
3 6:56AM 4 3:03 PM CHESTER RD 0 GREEN PINE RD
4 6:57 AM 5 3:04 PM CHESTER RD @ AMY RD
5 6:58 AM 6 3:05 PM CHESTER RD @ BENCHMARK SUB
6 6:59 AM 7 3:06 PM CHESTER RD @ ROSES BLUFF RD
7 7:01 AM 8 3:07 PM ROSES BLUFF RD @ PO FOLKS RD
8 7:03 AM 9 3:08 PM LENTSRD@FEN.RD
9 7:05AM 10 3:10.PM 87749 HAVEN RD
10 7:06 AM 11 3:11.PM 87521 HAVEN RD (TEMP)
11 7:07AM 12 3:12PM 87258 HAVEN RD
12 7:08 AM 13 3:13PM HAVEN RD @ ROSES BLUFF RD
13 7:09AM 14 3:14PM ROSES BLUFF BROKER RD
14 7:10PAM 15 3:15PM ROSES BLUFF RD @ RADDIN RD
15 7:11 AM 16 3:17PM CHESTERRD @ BLACKROCKRD
16 7:12AM 17 3:19PM BLACKROCK RD MITCHELLRD
17 7:14AM 18 3:21 PM BLACKROCK RD @ LONG JOHNS TRAIL
18 7:16 AM 19 3:22 PMS, 96895 BLACKROCK RD
19 7:18AM 20 3:23 PM BLCKRCK RD@PIRATES WAY (TRAD. POST)
20 7:20 AM 21 3:25 PM BLAQKROCK RD @ KENNEL CLUB RD
21 7:21 AM 22 3:26 PM BLACKROCK RD @ CEDAR AV
22 7:22 AM 23 3:27 PM BLACKROCK RD @ BUMPY RD
23 7:24AM 24 3:28 PM BLACKROCK RD @ BRIGHTON PL
24 7:26 AM 25 3:29 PM BLACKROCK RD @ MARANATHA RD
25 7:28 AM 26 3:30 PM BLACKROCK RD @ CREWS CREEK RD
26 7:30 AM 27 3:31 PM BLACKROCK RD @ PIRATES BLUFF RD
27 7:32 AM 28 3:32 PM BLACKROCK RD @ OPAL AV
28 "'?? .1 29 3:34 PM BLACKROCK RD @ BAKER DR
29 l -r 1 2:45 PM YULEE MIDDLE SCHOOL .
Route: 2206 Bus: 300 Schools: YMS
Driver STRUBLE, D. .
LOFTON CREEK, LOFTON OAKS, MEADOWFIELD BLUFF, LOFTON CREEK
CAMPGROUNDS WELDON RD, PEOPLES RD, HOOPER LN, HARRY GREEN
RD, FLORA PARK SUB, NORTH HAMPTON SUB
AM P/U PM D/O STOP DESCRIPTION
6:40 AM 2:30 PM LEAVE YULEE BUS SHOP
1 6:46 AM 2 2:56 PM ST PAUL @ CATHERDRAL LN
2 6:48 AM 3 2:58 PM ST MARK TRAIL @ ST JOHNS CT
3 6:50 AM 4 2:59 PM SR AlA @ LOFTON CREEK CAMP GRNDS
4 6:53 AM 5 3:02 PM RIVERWOOD DR @ FIELDSTONE RD
5 6:54 AM 6 3:04 PM RIVERWOOD DR @ CREEKWOOD RD
6 6:56 AM 7 3:05 PM RIVERWOOD DR @ MEADOWOOD RD
7 6:58 AM 8 3:06 PM RIVERWD DR @ MEADBRK RD (2ND ENT.)
8 7100 AM 9 3:08 PM S END OF MEADOWFIELD BLUFF
9 7:06 AM 10 3:15OPM A, CONC.@PEIDMONT RD(LOFTON PT SUB)
10 7:08 AM 11 3:16 PM .HAMPTON BAYS DR @ EASTPORT DR
11 7:10AM 12 3:17 PM MONTAUK DR @ REMSENBURG DR
12 7:12AM 13 3:19 PM 86122 MORICHES DR (TEMP)
13 7:18AM: 14 3:25PM FLORA PK BLVD@FOREST PK DR(ISTENT.)
14 7:19 AM 15 3:26.PM. FLQR PK BLVD@FOjTEST, PK DR (2ND ENT.)
15 7:20 AM 16 : r 1 *f.i .-6i. L.C I" .' P DI_ /r i lJ I'i-

18 7:28 AM 19 3:35 PM MERRYLENE RD @ HARRY GREEN RD
19 7:29 AM 20 3:36 PM HARRY GREEN RD A WELDON RD
20 7:40 AM 1 2:45 PM YULEE MIDDLE SCHOOL

Route: 2207 Bus: 276 Schools: YMS
Driver. MCDONNELL, R
NASSAUVILLE, HOLLY POINT, COOK CIRCLE, WILDER RD, RAINBOW
ACRES, ALLIGATOR CREEK RD, FLETCHER RD, ELLIS LANDINGS, SANTA
JUANA RD, CLEARWATER RD, SPRINGHILL RD, CR 107, NASSAU CLUB
APTS
AM P/U PM D/O STOP DESCRIPTION
6:35 AM 2:30 PM LEAVE YULEE BUS SHOP
1 6:52 AM 21 3:28 PM 3448 CLEARWATER RD
2 6:54 AM 20 3:27 PM 3601 CLEARWATER RD
3 6:55 AM 19 3:26 PM SANTA JUANA RD @ CLEARWATER RD
4 6:56 AM 18 3:25PM 3513 SPRINGHILL RD
5 7:00 AM 22 3:30 PM 2344 ALBERT WAY
6 7:02 AM 23 3:31 PM 3297BENNETT AV
7 7:04 AM 24 3:32 PM HOLLY POINT DR @ HICKORYRD
8 7:05 AM 25 3:33 PM SPOONBILL WAY 0 DUCK LAKE DR EAST
9 7:06AM 26 3:34 PM ."i-. 2L- F -EC,; ,-l- 1 : ,
10 7:07 AM 27 3:35 PM E'ii" L"I l: .', iI:. r.L'
11 7:10AM 17 3:23PM CR107@COOKRD
12 7:12AM 16 3:22 PM 3713OLDNASSAUVILLERD
13 7:14AM 15 3:21 PM CR 107 @WILDER BLVD
14 7:15 AM 14 3:20 PM CR 107 @ BIG OAK LN
15 7:16AM 13 3:19PM ARBORLA @FLETCHER-RD
16 7:17 AM 12 3:18 PM WILDER RD @ RAINBOW ACRES RD
17 7:18 AM 11 3:17 PM ALLIGATOR CREEK RD @WILDER RD
18 7:20AM 10 3:16PM 1524 ALLIGATOR CREEK RD
19 7:21 AM 9 3:15PM ALLIGATOR CREEK RD @TYSON RD
20 7:22AM 8 3:14PM TYSON RD @ RAINBOWACRESRD
21 7:24AM 7 3:12 PM CR107 @ DIRT RD I
22 7:25AM 6 3:10PM CR107@TERRACOTTALN
23 7:26AM 5 'P:' .1 CR 107 -'I'- .1 ":.r. I
24 7:27AM 4 P":rfl.1 CRI107 -r- 1 -I I. l-
25 7:28 AM 3 3:07 PM 485 NASSAUVILLE RD .
26 7:30 AM 2'3:05PM CR 107 @ NASSAU CLUB APTS
27 7:40 AM 1 2:45 PM YULEE MIDDLE SCHOOL

Route: 2208 Bus: 295 Schools: YMS
Driver. PAGE, PAM :
JOHNSONS LAKE AREA, EDWARDS RD AREA. WILDWOOD RD, FRED
MINER ESTATES, HARPER CHAPEL, POLICE LODGE RD WALTmOUR PLACE.
.GROOVER, SPRING MEADOW RD, DOVE, WREN, MACAW RDS, CARDI-
NAL ST, ROBIN RD, CARDINAL AV, PINEVIEW RD .
AM. P/U PM D/0 STOP DESCRIPTION ,
6:20 AM 2:30 PM LEAV YULEE BUS SHOP
1 640 AM 18 3:37 PM WILDWOOD RD @ FRED MINER ESTATES RD
2 6:42 AM 17 3:34 PM WILDWOODRD @ CIPPEWATRL.
3 647AM 19 3:41 PM ',-'ij I.'.'-,i- iT -'FiF ".-' -F CE,LODGE RD)
4 6:53AM 20 3:44PM Ei", C' L:"-, I'., iI I-'-.ELL I' '
5 6:55AM 21 3:45PM -L'- C PC. '-' .I.i. E'L-
6 7:00AM 13 3:25PM l.,'? IOCHj.r?, I _i'E rE'E .r,)
7 7:02AM 14 3:26PM -: "': I-.jHIJ' ir l- i:' .,., :I
8 703 AM 15 3:27 PM SEMPER Fl RD 0 EAST AND WEST JUNCTION
9 7:05 AM 16 3:28 PM JOHNSON LK RDOPASSPORT CT (1/A)
10 7:08AM 22 3:53 PM A1A @ MENTORIA RD
11 7:10AM 12 3:20PM HARPERCHAPELRD@WALTHOURPLACE
12 7:15AM 23 3:14PM 1448SR200E
13 7:17AM 11 3:12PM CARDINALAV@PINEVIEWRD
14 7:19AM 10 3:11 PM ROBINRD@HARTSRD
15 7:20AM 9 3:10PM CATRDINALST,@ROBINRD
16 7:22 AM 6 3:05PM MACAW AV @ WREN RD
17 7:23 AM 7 3:06PM MACAW RD @ DOVE RD


18 7:24 AM 8 3:07 PM DOVE RD @ LARK RD
19 7:26AM 5 3:04PM 86294 CARDINAL ST
20 7:27 AM 4 3:03 PM SPRING MEADOW @ CARDINAL ST
21 7:28 AM 3 3:01 PM HARTS RD @ WILULIAM BURGESS BLVD
(CARTESIAN PT SUB)
22 7:30 AM 2 3:00 PM 85531 HARTS RD
23 7:40 AM 1 2:45 PM YULEE MIDDLE SCHOOL

Route: 2209 Bus: 268 Schools: YMS
Driver: LAWSON, M
NASSAUVILLE AREA, ROSE MEADOWS, DIRT RD, OAK LN, BURMEISTER
RD, TERRA COTTA WAY, OWENS RD, LINA CT, UNA RD, BBABARA PL,
SCHUBERT RD, SCHUBERT CT, LEO DR, DAPHNE RD, KARENS WALK, HEN-


DRICKS RD
AM P/U PM D/0
6:35 AM 2:30 PM
1 6:55 AM 2 3:06 PM
2 6:56 AM 3 3:08 PM
3 6:57 AM 4 3:09 PM
4 7:00AM 5 3:11PM
5 7:01AM 6 3:12PM
6 7:02AM 7 3:13PM
7 7:03AM 8 3:14PM
8 7:04AM 9 3:15PM
9 7:05AM 10 3:16PM
10 7:06AM 11 3:17PM
11 7:07AM 12 3:18PM
12 7:08AM 13 3:19PM
13 7:09AM 14 3:20PM
14 7:10AM 15'3:21 PM
15 7:11 AM 16 3:22PM
16 7:12AM 17 3:23 PM
17 7:14AM 18 3:24PM
18 7:15AM 19 3:25PM
19.7:16AM 20 3:27PM
20 7:17AM 21 3:28 PM
21 7:18AM 22 3:29PM
22 7:19AM 23 3:30PM
23 7:20AM 24 3:31 PM
24 7:21 AM 25.3:32 PM
25 7:23 AM 26 3:33 PM
26 7:24 AM 27 3:34 PM
27 7:25 AM 28 3:35 PM
28 7:26 AM 29 3:36 PM
29 7:27 AM 30 3:37 PM
30 7:40 AM 1 2:45 PM


STOP DESCRIPTION
LEAVE YULEE BUS SHOP
LONNIE CREWS RD @ OWENS RD
LONNIE CREWS RD @ PATRICIA CT
UVE OAK RD @ ULWILLUAM RD
1852 UL WILULIAM
1805 UL WILLIAM
1889 BURMEISTER RD
BURMEISTER RD @ UNA RD
UNA RD AT THE END
UVE OAK @ OWENS RD
UNDA HALL RD @ UVE OAK DR
2991 UNDA HALL RD
SCHUBERT CT @ SCHUBERT RD
SCHUBERT RD @ UVE OAK DR
3202 OWENS RD
DOUGLAS RD @ MOBLEY HEIGHTS RD
3178 CREWS RD N (SAFETY CONCERN)
BARBARA PL @ GREGORY AVE
1565 BARBARA PL
BARBARA PL @ CUL-DE-SAC
GREGORY WAY @ KAREN WALK
GREGORY WAY @ STEVENS RD
1462 KAREN WALK
3366 LEO DR
PLUM DR @ HENDRICKS RD
DWIGHT DR @ DAPHNE DR ..
RICHARD DR @ DAPHNE DR
KAREN WALK @ RICHARD DR
KAREN WALK @ DWIGHT DR
HENDRICKS RD @ LOUSHELL TONY RD
YULEE MIDDLE SCHOOL


Route: 2210 Bus: 32- Schools: YMS
Driver: DEW, T
WILSON NECK, STEPHEN RD, BLACKMON RD, ELISE RD, AVANT RD, WIL-
SON NECK ROAD, LANA CT / RD, FAYE RD, CLAXTON RD, DERRICK RD,
ALGER RD, LINDA RD, ANGIE RD, JAMIE RD, DICK KING, PHILUPS RD
AM P/U PM D/O STOP DESCRIPTION
6:40 AM 2:30 PM LEAVE YULEE BUS SHOP
1 6:55 AM 28 3:21 PM BLACKMON RD @ STEPHEN RD
2 6:56 AM 27 3:20 PM 85030 DICK KING RD
3 6:57 AM 26 3:19 PM 85230 DICK KING RD
4 6:58 AM 25 3:18PM 85414 DICK KING RD
5 6:59 AM 24 3:17 PM 85560 DICK KING RD
6 7:00 AM 23 3:16 PM 85595 PHILUPS RD
7 7:01 AM 22 3:15PM 85361 PHILUPS RD
8 7:02 AM 21 3:14PM 85078 PHILUPS RD
9 7:03 AM 20 17 FP.1 ANGIE ROAD @ DAVID RD
10 7:04 AM 19 I I-or.1 85297 ANGIE RD
11 7:05AM 18 3:11 PM BLACKMON RD @ ANGIE RD
12 7:06 AM 17 3:10 PM 85798 BLACKMON RD
13 7:07 AM ,16 3:09 PM BLACKMON RD@ EUSE RD
14 7:08 AM 15. 3:08 PM AVANT RD @ WILSON NECK RD
15 7:09 AM 14 3:07 PM 85327 AVANT RD
16 7:10AM 13 3:06 PM 85013 AVANT RD (CUL-DE-SAC)
17 7:12AM 12 3:05 PM 85552AVANTRD
.18 7:13AM 11 3:04 PM 85977 AVANT RD( TO END T/A)
.19 7:16AM 10 3:03 PM BEACON PT @ WILSON NECK RD
20 7:19AM 9 3:02 PM CLAXTON RD @ SARA RD
21 7:21 AM 8 3:01 PM FAYE RD @ DERRICK RD
22 7:22 AM 7 3:00 PM FAYE RD @ LANA RD
23 7:23 AM 6 2:59 PM 85058 ALGER RD
24 7:24 AM 5 2:58 PM 85310 ALGER RD
25 7:25 AM 4 2:57 PM 85083 DELENE RD
26 7:26 AM 3 2:56 PM LANA RD @ LINDA RD
27 7:28 AM 2 2:55 PM EUSE RD @ JAMIE RD


28 7:40 AM 1 2:45 PM YULEE MIDDLE SCHOOL


CALLAHAN INTERMEDI

CALLAHAN ELEMENT


ATE,

1RY


Bus: 339 Route: 3101 School: CIS, CES
Driver: HIGGINBOTHAM, S
SHEFFIELD RD, CORNELLA CT, DEBBIE CT, LAWHON RD, LEESTONE RD,
MARLEE RD, VONTZ RD, SNYDER RD, EDWARDS RD, JONAS WAY
AM P/U PM D/O STOP DESCRIPTION
6:43 AM 1:45 PM LEAVE BUS LOT
1 6:53 AM 19 3:11 PM 54755 SHEFFIELD RD
2 6:54 AM 18 3:10PM SHEFFIELD RD @ CORNELLA CT
3 6:55AM 17 3:09 PM DEBBIE CT 0 SHEFFIELD RD
4 6:56 AM 16 3:08 PM 54419 LAWHON RD
5 6:57 AM 15 3:07 PM LAWHON RD @ SHEFFIELD RD
6 7:00 AM 14 3:05 PM 54033 LEE STONER RD
7 7:01 AM 13 3:04 PM 54001 LEE STONE RD @ HAMLET LN
8 7:02AM 12 3:03 PM 54323 LEE STONER RD
9 7:03 AM 11 3:02 PM 54110 MARLEE RD
10 7:04 AM 10 3:01 PM VONTZ CR @ SYNDER N .
11 7:05AM 9 3:00PMi4MT EZ312BC@VONTEZT' 'q 'J!A M9
12 7:06AM 8 2.59PM VON-TZ.R@SYNDER'S. .. ',
13 7:07 AM, '7 2:57 PM ,54032 YOST CT
14 7:08 AM 6 2:56 PM MARLEE RD @ JONAS DR
15 7:09 AM 5 2:55 PM 54535 JONAS DR
16 7:10AM 4 2:56 PM 54494 MARLEE RD
17 7:15 AM 3 2:55 PM MARLEERD@ EDWARDS LN
18 7:20 AM 20 3:16 PM EWING PARK RD @ APARTMENTS
19 7:30 AM 1 2:00 PM CALLAHAN INTERMEDIATE
20 7:45 AM 2 2:25 PM CALLAHAN ELEMENTARY

Route: 3102 Bus: 343
Driver: MARILYN LIVELY
School: CIS, CES
STRATTON RD, HODGES RD, BISMARK RD, CIRCLE DR, SPRING LAKE DR,
PACETTI RD, DEER RUN RD, YELLOW JACKET DR,
AM P/U PM D/O STOP DESCRIPTION.
6:23 AM 1:45 PM LEAVE BUS LOT
1 6:26 AM 3 2:48 PM STRATTON RD 0 WINN DIXIE PARKING LOT
2 6:27 AM 4 2:49 PM 45095 STRATTON RD
3 6:28 AM 5 2:50 PM 45156 STRATTON RD
4 6:29 AM 6 2:51 PM 45246 STRATTON RD
15 6:30 AM 7 2:52 PM IRVING RD @ STRATTON RD (CORNER)
6 6:31 AM 8 2:53 PM 45176 AMERICAN DREAM DR
7 6:32 AM 9,2:54 PM 45457 AMERICAN DREAM DR
8 6:33 AM 10 2:55 PM 45204 CIRCLE DR
9 6:34 AM 17 3:02 PM 45085 CIRCLE DR
10 6:35 AM 18 3:03 PM 45265 BISMARK RD
11 6:36 AM 19 3:04 PM 45306 BISMARK RD
12 6:37 AM 20 3:05 PM BISMARK RD @ LARGO LN
13 6:38 AM 21 3:06 PM BISMARK RD @ J DAVIS RD
14 6:42 AM 22 3:08 PM PACETTI RD @ NASCAR LN
15 6:46 AM 23 3:12PM 45689BISMARKRD (PRE-K)
16 6:47 AM 24 3:13 PM 45742 BISMARK RD
17 6:48 AM 25 3:14 PM 45812 BISMARK RD
18 6:49 AM 26 3:15 PM 45862 BISMARK RD
19 6:50 AM 27 3:17 PM BISMARK RD @ SPENCERVILLE RD
20 6:52 AM 28 3:19 PM BISMARK RD @ BEAR RUN
21 6:53 AM 29 3:20 PM BEAR RUN @ CUB CT
22 6:54 AM 30 3:21 PM BEAR RUN @ FOX SQUIRREL DR
23 6:55AM 31 3:22 PM UTTLE BROOK @ SPRINGLAKE
24 6:56 AM 32 3:23 PM SPRING LAKE DR @ YELLOW JACKET DR
25 6:57 AM 33 3:24 PM 55029 YELLOW JACKET DR
26 6:58 AM 34 3:26 PM 55525 DEER RUN RD
27 6:59 AM 35 3:27 PM YELLOW JACKET @ DEER RUN RD
28 7:00 AM 36 3:28 PM 55176 DEER RUN RD
29 7:02 AM 37 3:29 PM 55095 DEER RUN DR
30 7:03 AM 38 3:30 PM 555035 DEER RUN DR
31 7:04AM 39 3:32 PM 54366 SPRING LAKE DR
32 7:05AM 40 3:33 PM 54167 MARSH RD
.33 7:06AM 41 3:35 PM MARSH RD @ HADEN RD
34 7:07 AM 42 3:36 PM 54534 MARSH RD
35 7:08 AM 43 3:37 PM 54633 MARSH RD
36 7:09 AM' 16 3:01 PM OLLIFF RD'@ KARMA RD
37 7:10AM 15 3:00 PM COOK'RD BISMARK RD
38 7:11 AM 14 2:59 PM 45208 BISMARK RD
39 7:1"2AM 13 2:58 PM REVERE ST @ BISMARK RD
40 7:13AM 12 2:57PM 45083BISMARKRD
41 7:14AM 11 2:56PM BISMARKRD @ CIRCLED
42 7:15AM 43 3:38PM 45081 BISMARKRD
43 7:30 AM 1 2:00 PM CALLAHAN INTERMEDIATE
44 7:45 AM 2 2:25PM CALLAHAN ELEMENTARY

Route: 3103 Bus: 355 School: CIS, CES
Driver: CASTLEBERRY, D
STATE RD 2, OAKHILL RD, CONNER RD, EASTWOOD RD. HAMP HICKS RD,
BARBER LN, HOWARD RD ROWE CUT OFF, BARBARA LN, HENRY LEE,
JANE RD


PM P/U PM D/OE
6:10AM 1:45PM
6:00 AM
1 6:27 AM 40 3:45 PM
2 6:28 AM 39 3:44 PM
3 6:33 AM 38 3:39 PM
4 6:35 AM 37 3:37 PM
5 6:36AM 36 3:36 PM
6 6:37 AM 35 3:35 PM
7 6:39AM 34 3:33 PM
8 6:42AM 33 3:30PM
9 6:45 AM 32 3:27 PM
10 6:46AM 31 3:26PM
11 6:48 AM 30 3:24 PM
12 6:49AM 29 3:23PM
13 6:50AM 28 3:22 PM
14 6:52AM 27 3:20PM
15 6:53AM 26 3:19PM
16 6:54AM 25 3:18 PM
17 6:56AM 20 3:16 PM
18 6:57AM 21 3:15PM
19 6:59'AM 22 3:13PM
20 7:00AM 23 3:12PM
21 7:01 AM 24 3:11 PM
22 7:02AM 19 3:10PM
23 7:03AM 18 3:09PM
24 7:04AM 17 3:08PM
25 7:05AM 16 3:07 PM
26 7:07AM 15 3:05PM
27 7:10AM 14 3:02PM
28 7:11 AM 13 3:01 PM
29 7:12AM 12 3:00PM
30 7:13AM 11 2:59PM
31 7:14AM 10 2:58 PM
32 7:15AM 9 2:57PM
33 7:17AM 8 2:55 PM
34 7:19AM 7 2:53PM
35 7:20 AM 6 2:52 PM
36 7:23AM 5 2:49 PM
37 7:25 AM 4 2:47 PM
38 7:27 AM 3 2:45 PM
40 7:35AM 1 2:00PM
41 7:45 AM 2 2:25PM


STOP DESCRIPTION
LEAVE BUS SHOP
LEAVE DRIVERS HOME
HORSESHOE @ PRINGLES
HORSESHOE @ STAFFORD
9771 CR 121
11297 CR 121
GARFIELD @ CR 121
11748 CR 121
D.B. HICKS @ SHERRY RD
12089 CR 121
2454 EASTWOOD RD
2667 EASTWOOD RD
1307 HAMP HICKS RD
HAMP HICKS RD 0 ELLERY LN
HAMP HICKS RD @ STARDUST LN
CR 121 @ STARBRIGHT
CR121 @ BATTEN RD
CR 121 @ CRAWFORD RD
2756 SR 2
SR 2 @ WHEELING TR
OAKHILL RD @ CYPRESS
16801 OAKHILLRD
17053 OAKHILL RD
17474 CONNER RD
17699 CONNER RD
18122 CONNER RD
18313 CONNER RD
CONNER RD PAINTEDD HORSE LN
2574 BARBARA LN
2644 BARBARA LN
2761 BARBARA LN
3021 BARBARA LN
3090 BARBARA LN
3752 BARBARA LN
CONNER RD @ DIAMOND BACK TR
JANE LN @ END
2903 JANE LN
3121 HENRY LEE RD
4440 ROWE CUTOFF
ROWE CUTOFF @ NOLAN JONES
CALLAHAN INTERMEDIATE
CALLAHAN ELEMENTARY


Route: 3104 Bus:344 School: CIS, CES
Driver CONTINO, K
BLAIR CT, THOMAS CREEK RD, BB LN, BEAU RD, RATLIFF RD, H&H LN,
KEEN CEMETERY RD, EGGER RD, LARSON RD, PINEWOOD CT
AM P/U PM D/O STOP DESCRIPTION
6:20 AM 1:45 PM LEAVE BUS LOT
1 6:34 AM 29 3:24 PM BLAIR CT @ THOMAS CREEK RD
2 6:35 AM 28 3:23 PM. 43380 THOMAS CREEK RD
3 6:36AM, 27 3:22 PM PARTRIDGE TRL @ THOMAS CREEK RD
4 6:37 AM 14 3:07 PM 43297 THOMAS CREEK RD
5 6:38 AM 26 3:20 PM THOMAS CREEK RD @ SANDPIPER LN
6 6:39AM 19 3:13 PM 5157 THOMAS CREEK RD
7 6:40 AM 20 3:14 PM B&B LN (TURNAROUND)
8 6:45 AM 21 3:15 PM 43062 THOMAS CREEK RD
9 6:46 AM 22 3:16PM 43096 THOMAS CREEK RD
10 6:47 AM 23 3:17 PM LARSON RD 0 BRANDA WAY
11 6:48 AM 24 3:18 PM LARSON RD (First 3 mail boxes,)
12 6:49AM 25 3:19PM 5759 LARSON RD
13 6:50AM 15 3:08 PM 4872 KEEN CEMETERY RD
14 6:51 AM 16 3:09 PM KEEN CEMETERY @ ROUNTREE LN
15 6:53 AM 17 3:10PM KEEN CEMETERY @ H&H LN
16 6:54 AM 18 3:11 PM KEEN CEMETERY @ BEAU RD
17 6:55 AM 13 3:05 PM RATLIFF RD WINDINGG LN
18 6:56AM 12 3:04 PM RATLIFF RD @ MORRIS DR
19 6:57 AM 11 3:03 PM: RATLIFF RD @ EGGER DR
20 6:58 AM 10.3:02 PM 43204 RATLIFF RD
21 6:59 AM 9 3:01 PM 43253 RATLIFF RD
22 7:00 AM 8 3:00 PM 43314 RATLIFF RD
23 7:03 AM 5 2:58 PM 43106 PINEWOOD CT
24 7:04 AM 4 2:57 PM 43086 PINEWOOD CT
25 7:06 AM 6 2:59 PM 43760 FREEDOM DR
26 7:07 AM 7 3:00 PM 5132 FREEDOM DR ( OFF WOODLAND LN
27 7:10AM 3 2:57 PM 43432 RATIUFF RD
28 7:30 AM 1 2:00 PM CALLAHAN INTERMEDIATE
29 7:45 AM 2 2:25.PM CALLAHAN ELEMENTARY


Route: 3105 Bus: 315 School: CIS, CES
Driver TAYLOR, W
BRANDIES AVE, DIXIE AVE, JONAS WAY, PETREE RD, EVELYN ST, ANNIE
LAURA ST, HATHAWAY DR, THOMAS ST, US 1, COLSON RD, CR 108,
JONES CEMETERY RD
AM P/U PM D/O STOP DESCRIPTION
6:45 AM 1:45 PM LEAVE BUS SHOP
1 6:50 AM 16 3:01 PM DIXIE AVE 0 MICKLER
2 6:53 AM 17 3:02 PM BRANDIES AVE. '
3 6:54 AM 18 3:03 PM BRANDIES AV @ PAGE ST
4 6:57 AM 19 2:04 PM ANNIE LAURA ST @ LUTHER ST
5 6:58 AM 20 3:05 PM EVELYN ST @ JAMES ST
5 7:05AM 21, 3:12 PM 45097 PETREE RD
6 7:08AM 22 3:13 PM PETREE RD @ RAINY LN
7 7:09AM 23 3:14 PM PETREE RD @ JONES WAY
8 7:10AM 24 3:17 PM 5265 STATE RD 200 W
9 7:13AM 25 3:20PM 1690 @ US 1 (JAN'S DAY CARE)
10 7:14 AM 15 2:59 PM BAPTIST CHURCH @ COLSON RD
11 7:15AM 14 2:58PM MADISON LN @ CR 115
12 7:16AM 13 2:57PM WHITFIELDRD@ CR115
13 7:18AM 12 2:56 PM 1638 CR 115 TEMP PRE-K
14 7:19AM 11 2:55 PM CR 115@ARLINERD
15 7:23 AM 10 2:50 PM HATHAWAY DR @ GRETCHENS WAY
16 7:24 AM '9 2:49 PM 34447 HATHAWAY DR
17 7:25 AM 8 .2J8 Pr1 ,"2,9v H-I,-I1/,AJ 'I 1 | MA t.
18 7:26AM 7 2J- Ft.1'-,H-IHA- .i, ci','B 'P.1,06 ,r n^ ,,
19 7:28AM 6 J 1- 1 i -.. :._- r itI I 11 : iL.
20 7:29AM 5 -- r I -1 r EI. I -:i H.'I.L. r.L
21 7:31 AM 4 2:44 PM CR 108 @ GOODBREAD RD
22 7:32 AM 3 2:43 PM CR 108 @GATOR NOLE WAY (CNWY TRL
23 7:35 AM 1 2:00 PM CALLAHAN INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL
24 7:45 AM 2 2:25 PM CALLAHAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL


Route: 3206 Bus: 359 School: CIS, CES
Driver McSWAIN, S
EAST END OF RATLIFF RD, HENDRICKS TRAIL, JARRETT RD, HILLTOP LN,
WATERSTONE DR, KOREYS LANE, HUNTER RD, CATIES WAY
AM P/U PM D/O STOP DESCRIPTION
6:15 AM 1:30 PM LEAVES BUS LOT
1 6:26AM 16 3:18PM 54536HURSTRD
2 6:27 AM 15 3:17 PM 44002 PRANCER LANDING
3 6:28 AM 7 3:04 PM 44089 CATIES WAY
4 6:29 AM 8 3:05 PM 44340 CATIES WAY
5 6:30 AM 9 3:06 PM 44444 CATIES WAY .
6 6:31 AM 10 3:08 PM 44148 GREEN MEADOWS LN
7 6:32AM 11 3:10 PM 44870 GREEN MEADOWS LN
8 6:33 AM 12 3:11 PM 44549 GREEN MEADOWS LN
9 6:35AM 13 3:13PM 44084 GREEN MEADOWS LN
10 6:38AM 14 3:15PM 44178 CATIES WAY
11 6:39 AM 6 3:03 PM 54207 HURST RD
12 6:40 AM 5 3:02PM 54058 HURST RD
13 6:42 AM 17 3:20PM 43611 RATLIFF@HENDRICKSTR
14 6:44 AM 19 3:21 PM 44036 MAPLEWOOD CT
15 6:43AM 20 3:22 PM 44334 MAPLEWOOD CT
16 6:44AM 21 3:23 PM 44428 MAPLEWOOD CT
17 6:45 AM 22 3:24 PM 44584 MAPLEWOOD CT
18 6:46AM 23 3:25PM 44461 MAPLEWOOD CT
19 6:47 AM 24 3:26 PM 44368 MAPLEWOOD CT
20 6:48 AM 25 3:27 PM 44207 MAPLEWOOD CT
21 6:49 AM 26, 3:28 PM 44111 MAPLEWOOD CT
22 6:53AM 27 3:30 PM 44096 WOODLAND CR
23 6:54AM 28 3:31 PM OAKWOODLN @ WOODLAND CR
24 6:55 AM 29 3:32 PM, 44326 WOODLAND CR
25 6:56 AM 30 3:33 PM 44419 WOODLAND CR*
26 6:58 AM 31 3:35 PM 44542 WOODRIDGE LN
27 7:00AM 32 3:37 PM 44782 WOODLAND CR
28 7:01 AM 33 3:38 PM 44706 WOODLAND CR
29 7:02 AM 34 3:39 PM 44570 WOODLAND CR
30 7:04AM 35 3:40 PM PINERIDGE @ HILLTOP
31 7:06 AM 18 3:21 PM RATUFF RD @ KOREY'S LN
32 7:07 AM 36 3:42 PM 43596 RATLIFF RD
33 7:08 AM 37 3:45 PM 43635 RATUFF RD D
34 7:09 AM 4 3:01 PM 43704 RATLIFF RD
35 7:10AM 3 3:00 PM RATLIFF RD@HUNTER RD
36 7:30 AM 1 2:00 PM CALLAHAN INTERMEDIATE
37 7:45 AM 2 2:25 PM CALLAHAN ELEMENTARY

Route: 3107 Bus: 329 School: CIS, CES
Driver: CREWS,T
BOOTH ST, POINT SOUTH DR, ARMSTRONG RD, DORNBUSH RD, HAZEL
JONES RD, VIKKI RD, ARMSTRONG RD
AM P/U PM D/O STOP'DESCRIPTION
6:30 AM 1:45 PM LEAVES BUS LOT
1 6:40AM 21 3:19PM BEARD @ SHERWOODRD
2 6:41*AM 20 3:18PM 54207 BEARD
3 6:42AM 19 3:17PM 54385 BEARD
4 6:43AM 18 3:16'PM BEARD @ DORNBUSHRD
5 6:44AM 17 3:15PM 54479 ARMSTRONG RD
6 6:45AM 16 3:14PM 54375 ARMSTRONG RD
7 6:47AM 15 3:12PM 54140 ARMSTRONG RD
8 6:50AM 14 3:10PM DORNBUSHRD @ JERRARD
9 6:52AM 13 3:06 PM 54307 HAZEL JONES RD


10 6:53 AM
11 6:55 AM
12 6:57 AM
13 6:59 AM
14 7:02 AM
15 7:03 AM
16 7:04 AM
17 7:06 AM
18 7:08 AM
19 7:10 AM
20 7:25 AM
21 7:45 AM


3:04 PM
3:03 PM
3:02 PM
3:01 PM
2:57 PM
2:55 PM
2:54 PM
2:53 PM
2:52 PM
2:50 PM
2:00 PM
2:25 PM


HAZEL JONES RD @ VIKKI RD
VIKKI RD 0 HELLER RD
VIKKI RD @ JERRA RD
VIKKI RD @ SHERWOOD RD
54273 ROY BOOTH RD
ROY BOOTH RD @ CHARLOTTE RD
54199 ROY BOOTH RD
ROY BOOTH RD @ DEBRA LN
POINT SOUTH DR @ EVA CT
POINT SOUTH DR @ WANDA WAY
CALLAHAN INTERMEDIATE
CALLAHAN ELEMENTARY


Route: 3108 Bus: 279- School: CIS, CES
Driver: SMITH, L
US HWY 301 S, WOODS LN, HIGGINBOTHAM RD, OLD BALDWIN RD,
PICKETT RD, SAULS CR, SWALLOW FORK DAY BREAK DR, NASSAU AV
AM P/U PM D/O STOP DESCRIPTION
6:30 AM 1:45 PM LEAVES BUS LOT
1 6:39 AM 27 3:32 PM 44165HIGGINBATHAM RD
2 6:41 AM 21 3:13PM 44230 SANDYRD
3 6:42 AM 22 3:14 PM 34207 DAYBREAK DR (PRE-K)
4 6:43AM 23 3:15PM 34123 DAYBREAK DR (PRE-K)
5 6:45 AM 24 3:20 PM SANDY FORD RD @ OLD BALWIN RD
6 6:46AM 25 3:22 PM OLD BALDWIN RD @ HONEYBEE LN
7 6:48 AM 26 3:23 PM OLD BALDWIN RD @ (MAIL BOXES)
8' 6:54 AM 12 3:00 PM 2750KINGBIRD RD
9 6:55 AM 13 3:01 PM 44073 QUAIL RIDGE ST
10 6:58 AM 14 3:02 PM 44291 SWALLOW FORK RD
11 6:59AM 15 3:03 PM SWALLOW FORK RD @ LITTLE LIVE OAK
12 7:00AM 16 3:04PM SWALLOW FORK RD @ CAULKINS LN
13 7:02 AM 17 3:06 PM SWALLOW FORK @ DALE'S PLACE (T/ARND)
14 7:03AM 18 3:07PM 44141 SWALLOW FORK RD
15 7:04 AM 19 3:08 PM 6000 SWALLOW FORK RD
16 7:08AM 20 3:10PM 448041 US 301
17 7:13AM 11 2:50PM 44319 NASSAU AVE
18 7:14AM 10 2:49 PM NASSAU AVE @ COMMANCHEE RD
19 7:15 AM 9 2:48 PM 44169 COMMANCHEE RD
20 7:16AM 8 2:47 PM 44064 COMMANCHEE RD
21 7:19 AM 7 2:46 PM COMMANCHEE RD @ PICKETT RD
22 7:20 AM 6 2:45 PM PICKETT RD @ PICKETT ST
23 7:21 AM 5 2:44 PM PICKETT ST @ MADE ST
24 7:22 AM 4 2:42 PM 44151 SAULSCR
25 7:23 AM 3 2:40 PM SAULS CR @ CHURCH
26 7:30 AM 1 2:0OPM CALLAHAN INTERMEDIATE
27 7:45 AM 2 2:30 PM CALLAHAN ELEMENTARY

Route: 3109 Bus: 334 -School: CIS, CES
Driver: CORDELL,B
CHURCH RD, CRAVEY RD, SUNSHINE DR, PLANTATIODRHERRON R RD,
SEAGULL DR, PELICAN DR
AM P/U PM D/O STOP DESCRIPTION
6:40 AM 1:45 PM LEAVES BUS LOT
1 6:52 AM 25 3:18 PM 54083 CHURCH RD
2 6:53 AM 24 3:15 PM 54207 CRAVEY RD
3 6:55 AM 23 3:14 PM 54470CRAVEY RD
4 6:58 AM 22 3:13 PM 54609 CRAVEY RD
5 6:59 AM 21 3:12PM CHURCH RD @ SUNSHINE DR
6 7:01 AM'20 3:10PM 3301 SUNSHINE DR (PRE-KTEMP)
7 7:02AM 19,3:09.PM 4233 SEAGULL DR
8 7:03 AM 18 3:08 PM 54170 SEAGULL RD
9 7:04 AM 17 3:06 PM 54221 PELICAN RD
10 7:05AM 16 3:05 PM PLANTATION RD @ PELICAN RD
11 7:06AM 15 3:04 PM 3283 FLAMINGO RD
12 7:07 AM 14 3:02 PM 4092 HERON RD
13 7:09AM 13 3:01 PM 54218 HERON RD
14 7:10AM 12 2:59 PM 54287 CHURCH RD
15 7:11AM 11 2:58 PM, 4304 CHURCH RD .
16 7:12AM 10 2:57 PM 54451 CHURCH RD
17 7:13AM 9 2:54 PM CHURCH RD @ JAMIERD
18 7:14AM 8 2:53 PM 54290 JAMIE RD
19 7:15AM 7 2:52 PM JAMIE & JESSICA -
20 7:16AM 6 2:51 PM JESSICA @ CUL-DE-SAC
21 7:17AM 5 2:49 PM 54777 CHURCH RD
22 7:18AM 4 2:48 PM 3937 CHURCH RD
23 7:19 AM 3 2:47 PM 3925 CHURCH RD
24 7:32 AM 1 2:25 PM CALLAHAN INTERMEDIATE
25 7:47 AM 2 2:35 PM CALLAHAN ELEMENTARY


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Route: 3110 Bus:316- School: CIS, CES
Driver SMITH, D
MUSSELWHITE RD,.SAULS RD, MIDDLE RD, GRIFFIN RD, NASSAU OAKS
CIRCLE, STATE RD 200 W, PITTMAN RD, THOMAS RD
AM P/U PM D/O STOP DESCRIPTION
6:19 AM 1:45 PM LEAVES BUS LOT
1 6:20 AM 3 2:43 PM EULA B RD @ MUSSELWHITE RD
2 6:21 AM 4 2:44 PM MUSSELWHITE RD@ 45002 LAUREL LN
3 6:23 AM 5 2:43 PM 45072 MUSSELWHITE RD
4 6:27 AM 6 2:46 PM 46507 SAULS RD
5 6:28 AM 7 2:48 RM MIDDLE RD @ ALLYSSA DR
6 6:35AM 8 2:49 PM 46713 MIDDLE RD
7 6:36 AM 912:00 AM BOGGY TRAIL @ MIDDLE RD
8 6:37 AM 10 2:57 PM SPELL CREEK LN
9 6:39 AM 11 2:58 PM 56089 GRIFFIN RD
10 6:43 AM 12 3:02 PM 56234 COLBY DR-
11 6:44 AM 13 3:04 PM 56165 NASSAU OAKS DR
12 6:45 AM 14 3:05 PM 56105 NASSAU OAKS DR
13 6:46 AM 15 3:06 PM 56263 NASSAU OAKS DR
14 6:47 AM 16 3:07 PM 56548 NASSAU OAKS DR
15 6:48 AM 17 3:09 PM 56414 NASSAU OAKS DR
16 6:49 AM 18 3:12 PM 56206 HICKOX LN
.17 6:54 AM 19 3:20 PM SR 200 @ WESTBERRY LN
18 7:00 AM 20 3:26 PM 55081 WHITE OAK PL
19 7:01 AM 21 3:27 PM 55021 WHITE OAK PL
20 7:02 AM 22 3:28 PM 55017 WHITE DOVE TR
21 '7:04 A M 2 l _r 1- Ji a r "i: ;. I ,
22 7:06AM Cl .I Ir~it- T ".00.-4 f .-1 f' '.
2 3 7 :0 7 A M c .' 1. 1 :1 ;i -, ,r 1 -r
24 7:09 AM 26 3:35 PM 55162 JEWEL THOMASRD
25 7:11 AM 27 3:37 PM 3720 JEWEL THOMAS RD.
26 7:12AM 28 3:39 PM SR 200 @ ZWEIFEL RD
27 7:13 AM 29 3:40 PM SR 200 @ GRESSMAN RD
28 7:14AM 30 3:41 PM SR 200 @ GRESSMAN DAIRY RD
.29 7:16AM 31 3:43 PM 450384 SR 200.
30 7:32 AM 1 2:00 PM CALLAHAN INTERMEDIATE
31 7:45 AM 2 2:25 PM CALLAHAN ELEMENTARY

Route: 3111 Bus: 335 School: CIS, CES
Driver. GILBERT, L
QUAIL RD, OLD DIXIE HWY, IRIS BLVD, GAIL DR, BRADDOCK RD, DYAL RD
AM P/U PM D/O STOP DESCRIPTION
6:35 AM 1:45 PM LEAVES BUS LOT
1 6:42 AM 7 3:02 PM 35416 QUAIL RD
2 6:44 AM 8 3:03 PM 6848 QUAIL RD
3 6:52AM 9 3:08 PM 450775 OLD DIXIE HIGHWAY
4 6:55AM 10 3:11 PM 45199 IRISBVLD
5 6:56 AM 11 3:13PM 451102 OLD DIXIE HIGHWAY
6 6:57 AM 12 3:14PM 35596 GLORYRD
7 '6:58AM 13 3:15 PM 35018 PERRETS PLANTATION RD
8 7:02AM 14 3:16 PM 45038BRADDOCK RD
9 7:05 AM 15 3:19 PM CR 115 @ PERET PLANTATION RD
10 7:10AM 16 3:20 PM 7183 BETHELCEMETERYRD
11 7:12AM 17 3:20PM 36158DYALRD
12 7:17AM 18 3:22PM 36684DYALRD
13 7:18AM 3 2:55PM TOWN & COUNTRY CRAFT
14 7:20AM 4 2:57 AM 46171 SAULS RD
15 7:22AM 5 2:59PM 1110ZIDELLRD
16 7:23AM 6 3:00 PM US 1 FRIENDSHIP INN
17 7:30 AM 1 2:00 PM CALLAHAN INTERMEDIATE
18 7:45 AM 2 2:25 PM CALLAHAN ELEMENTARY
Route: 3112 Bus: 322 School: CIS, CES
Driver STONERJ
LEM TURNER RD, FOURACRE RD, LISA DR, JANICE DR, CYNTHIA AV,
OGIUVE RD, WILBER JONES RD, OWLS NEST CT
AM P/U PM D/O STOP DESCRIPTION
6:40 AM 1:45 PM LEAVES BUS LOT
1 6:50 AM 20 3:25PM 541035 LEM TURNER RD
2 6:51 AM 19 3:22PM 540955 LEM TURNER RD
3 6:53 AM 18 3:21 PM 540701 LEM TURNER RD
4 6:55AM 17 3:20PM 540189 LEM TURNERDRD
5 6:56AM 16 3:17PM 54071 FOURACRE CR
6 6;57AM 15 3:16PM 54139 FOURACRE CR
7 6:58 AM 14 3:15PM 54444 FOURACRE CR
8 6:59AM 13 3:13PM 54337 LISA DR
9 7:00AM 12 3:11 PM LISA DR @ SHIRLEY DR
10 7:01 AM 11 3:09 PM 54128 JANICE DR
11 7:02AM 10 3:08 PM JANICE DR @ CYNTHIA DR
12 7:06AM 9 3:05 PM 540758 LEMTURNER RD
13 7:09AM 8 3:01 PM WILBURJONES 0 OWL'SNESTCT
14 7:10AM 7 3:00PM 54482WILBUR JONES
15 7:13AM 6 2:57PM LEM TURNER RD @ GATOR LANE
16 7:14AM 5 2:56PM 542020 LEMTURNERRD
17 7:15AM 4 2:55PM 542188LEMTURNERRD
18 7:16AM 21 3:30 PM ROLAND'S TANNING ON LEM TURNER RD
19 7:20 AM 3 2:45 PM NANA & GEE GEE DAYCARE ON GREEN ST
20PM ONLY 22 3:35 PM SONSHINE CHRISTIAN AC. BEHIND CHURCH
21 7:30 AM 1 2:00 PM CALLAHAN INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL
22 7:45 AM 2 2:30 PM CALLAHAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Route: 3113 Bus: 354 School: CIS, CES
DriverDEBRA NULL
US 1 N & S, PINE BREEZE BLVD EAST & WEST, PARKS RD, ARTESIAN BLVD.


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CHARLES ST, CUSHMAN DR, McKENDREE RD, ANN DR, LEE DR, KEME RD,
CHARWOOD
AM P/U PM D/O STOP DESCRIPTION
6:26 AM .1:45 PM LEAVES BUS LOT
1 6:33 AM 5 2:45 PM 44935 PINEBREEZE CR W
2 6:34 AM 6 2:46 PM 44785 PINEBREEZE CR W
3 6:35 AM 7 2:47 PM 44686 PINEBREEZE CR W
4 6:36 AM 8 2:48 PM 44406 PINEBREEZE CRW .
5 6:37 AM 9 2:49 PM 44229 PINEBREEZE CR W
6 6:39 AM 10 2:50 PM US 1 @ CUSHMAN DR
7 6:40 AM 11 2:51 PM 44725 ARTESIAN BLVD
8 6:43 AM 12 2:53 PM 472303 CHARWOOD RD
9 6:45 AM 13 2:54 PM 44002 CHARWOOD RD
10 6:47 AM 14 2:57 PM 44154 CROSS CREEK BLVD
11 6:51 AM 15 2:59 PM US 1 @ PARKS RD
12 6:52AM 16 3:00 PM US 1 @WIND CHIME LN (PULL OFF US 1)
13 6:55 AM 17 3:04 PM WHISPERING PINES TRAILER PARK
14 6:57 AM 18 3:05 PM LEE DR @ ANN RD.
15 6:58 AM 19 3:06 PM LEE DR @ BECKER AV
16 6:59 AM 20 3:07 PM 54038 CHARLES RD (PRE-K)
17 7:00 AM 21 3:08 PM LEE DR @ CHARLES RD
18 7:02 AM 22 3:09 PM US 1 @ McKENDREE RD
19 7:04 AM 23 3:11 PM PINEBREEZE BLVD @ HALUE RD
20 7:05AM 24 3:12 PM 44613 PINEBREEZE BLVD
21 7:07 AM 25 3:13 PM KEME RD @ BENTDILLY (PRE-K)
22 7:08 AM 26 3:14PM 44470 KEME RD
23 7:10 AM 27 3:15 PM US 1 @ FRANKUN MINI STORAGE
24 7:11 AM 28 3:19 PM US 1 @ REBECCA LN
25 7:18AM 4 2:42PM 45014 MAHONY '
26 7:21 AM 3 2:40PM 45177BROWN ST (2ND APART. ENT.)
27 7:25 AM 2:25 PM CALLAHAN ELE. (P/U & D/O CIS STUDENTS)
28 7:35 AM 1 2:00 PM CALLAHAN INTERMEDIATE
29 7:50 AM 2 2:25 PM CALLAHAN ELEMENTARY

Route: 3114 Bus: 333 School: CIS, CES
Driver CASTLEBERRY, D
SIKES RD, RUBY DR, CREWS RD, WRIGHTS DAIRY RD, BARBARA RD, SHER-
RY RD, CR 121
AM P/U PM D/O STOP DESCRIPTION
6:30 AM 1:45 PM LEAVES HOME
1 6:33 AM 38 3:35 PM 22090 CREWS RD
2 6:34 AM 37 3:34 PM 22330 CREWS RD
3 6:36 AM 36 3:32 PM CREWS RD @ RUBY DR
4 6:37 AM 35 3:30 PM 2738 SIKES RD
5 6:38 AM 34 3:28 PM 3511 SIKES RD
6 6:42 AM 33 3:27 PM MILL CREEK RD @ CHURCH
7 6:44 AM 32 3:24 PM 23898 CR 121
8 6:45 AM 31 3:21 PM 22968 CR 121
9 6:47 AM 30 3!19PM 22588 CR 121
10 6:48 AM 29 3:18 PM 22461 EARNHART DR
11 6:49AM 28 3:15PM 22316CR 121
12 6:50 AM 27 3:13 PM 20654 GORDON HILL RD
13 6:51 AM 26 3:12 PM 221682 CR 121
14 6:57 AM 25 3:18 PM CR 121 @ CR 108
15 7:00AM 24 3:16PM 3060 RIVERRD
16 7:01 AM 23 3:15 PM 3307 RIVER RD
17 7:02AM 22 3:14PM 4283 RIVER RD
18 7:03 AM 21 3:13 PM 4686 RIVER RD
19 7:04AM 20 3:12PM 4193WINDYLN
20 7:05AM 19 3:11 PM 4277 WINDYLN
21 7:07AM 18 3:09PM 5110 RIVER RD
22 7:08 AM 17 3:08 PM 5494 RIVER RD
23 7:10AM 16 3:06PM 20941 HURST DR
24 7:1'2 AM 15 3:04 PM 61796 RIVER RD
25 7:15AM 14 3:01 PM 25303 WRIGHTS DAIRY RD
26 7:17AM 13 2:59 PM WOOUE B @ TURN AROUND (OFF DAIRY)
27 7:19AM 12 2:57 PM 1620 WRIGHTS DAIRY
28 7:21 AM 11 2:55 PM WRIGHTS DAIRY RD @ TURN AROUND
29 7:23 AM 10 2:53 PM 25021 WRIGHTS DAIRY RD
30 7:25 AM 9 2:51 PM RIVER RD @ DADDY RABBIT RD
31 7:26 AM 8 2:50 PM 613048 RIVER RD
32 7:27AM 7 2:49PM 35155 OAK HILL LN
33 7:28AM 6 2:48 PM 614716 RIVER RD ,
34 7:29 AM 5 2:46 PM 614964 RIVER RD
35 7:30 AM 4 2:45 PM SHERRY RD @ LANCE
36 7:31 AM 3 2:44 PM SHERRY RD @ KEITH RD
37 7:35 AM 1 2:00 PM CALLAHAN INTERMEDIATE
38 ,7:50 AM 2 2:30 PM CALLAHAN ELEMENTARY

Route: 3115 Bus: 305 School: CIS, CES
Driver: HODGES, EMMA
US 301, FORD ROAD, CRAWFORD ROAD, SUNOWA SPRING DR, CRAW-
FORD RD, BUCKHEAD TRAIL
AM P/U PM D/O STOP DESCRIPTION
6:10 AM 1:45 PM LEAVES BUS LOT
1 6:30 AM 20 3:20 PM BRYCEVILLE STORE FOURACRES STORE
2 ,6:40 AM 19 3:19 PM FORD RD @ VERDIE CEMETERY RD
3 6:42 AM '18 3:18 PM 9195 FORD RD( PRE-K)
4 6:45 AM 17 3:16 PM WATERLOO RD @ FORD RD
5 6:50AM 16 3:13 PM. DEER RUN CT @ BUCCANEER TR
6 6:55 AM 15 3:07PM 11721 SUNOWA SPRINGS DR
7 7:00AM 14 3:02PM 12495 US 301 (PK-4),
8 7:02 AM 13 3:00 PM US 301-
9 7:03 AM 12 2:57 PM US 301 @ BILLYVILLE RD
10 7:04 AM 11 2:52 PM US 301 @ PODER PL
11 7:05AM 10 2:51 PM 13246US 301.
12 7:06 AM 9 2:50 PM US 301 @ BROOKS RD
13 7:08 AM 8 2:49 PM US 301 @ PICKETT FAMILY CT
14 7:10AM. 7 2:47PM CRAWFORD @ WOODS LANE
15 7:15AM 6 44 P.1 447346 US 301
16 7:16 AM 5 2:44 PM 447555 US 301
17 7:17AM 4 2:43PM 447721 US 301
18 7:20 AM 3 2:41 PM WARRIOR DR (PK-3)
19 7:30 AM 1 2:00 PM CALLAHAN INTERMEDIATE
20 7:45 AM 2 2:25 PM CALLAHAN ELEMENTARY


WEST NASSAU. HRiGHR MA'601 :

CALLAHAN MIDDLE


Route: 3201 Bus: 338 Schools: WNHS, CMS
Driver: HANNANS,M
BRANDIES AV, DIXIE AV; HIGGINBOTHAM RD, RAINY LN, ANNIE LAURA
ST, EVELYN ST, THOMAS RD, JONES WAY, WHITFIELD RD, WORDLAW CR,
AIRLINE RD, PETREE RD
AM P/U PM D/O STOP DESCRIPTION
6:50 AM 2:15 PM LEAVES BUS LOT
1 6:58 AM 4 2:48 PM 45084 PETREE RD
2 7:00 AM 5 2:50 PM PETREE RD @ RAINY LN
3 7:02 AM 6 2:51 PM 45555 JONAS WAY
4 7:07 AM 7 2:52 PM EVELYN ST @ LUTHER
5 7:08 AM 8 2:57 PM ANNIE LAURA @ LUTHER
6 7:09 AM 9 2:58 PM MARTIN LUTHER KING @ CALLOWAY
7 7:10AM 10 3:00 PM MARTIN LUTHER KING @ PAGE ST
8 7:15AM 11 3:02 PM COLSON RD @ BAPTIST CHURCH
9 7:18AM 12 3:05 PM CR115@WHITERD
.10 7:19AM 13 3:06 PM' CR115@ WHITFIELD RD
11 7:20"AM 14 3:10PM CR 115@ WORDLAW CIRCLE
12 7:23AM 15 3:13PM CR115@ARUNERD
13 7:24 AM 16 3:15PM 6040 QUAIL RD
14 7:25 AM 17 3:16PM 35659 QUAIL RD
15 7:26AM 18 3:17 PM QUAIL RD @ ASPEN WAY
16 7:27AM 19 3:20PM 35447 QUAIL RD
17 7:28AM 20 3:23 PM 35286QUAIL RD
18 7:29 AM 21 3:25 AM QUAIL RD @ WELCOME LN
19 7:30 AM 22 3:23 AM ?50.QU.I4IL PD
20 7:33 AM 2 2:25 PM ,LC'E''.IK e (BEHIND TEENIE'S)
21 7:37 AM 3 2:30PM A'E'li Nr.;z" .
22.7:45 AM 1 2:20 PM CALLAHAN MIDDLE

Route: 3202 Bus: 245 Schools: WNHS, CMS
Driver: SIKES, D
CHURCH RD, PLANTATION RD, SEAGULL DR, PELICAN RD, HERON RD,
PINE BREEZE BL E, KEME RD
AM P/U PM D/O. STOP DESCRIPTION
6:55 AM 2:10 PM LEAVES HOME -
1 6:56 AM 22 3:14 PM 54858 CHURCH RD
2 6:57 AM 21 3:13 PM 54791 CHURCH RD'
3 6:58 AM 20 3:12 PM 54712 CHURCH RD
4 6:59 AM 19 3:08PM JAMIE DR @ DEERFIELD ESTATES .
5 7:00 AM 18 3:04 PM JESSICA PL (AT CUL-DE-SAC)
6 7:03 AM 17 3:05 PM CHURCH RD @ HONEY SUCKLE LN
7 7:04 AM 16 3:03 PM 54459 CHURCH RD
8 7:05AM 15. 3:02 PM 54138 CHURCH RD
9 7:06AM 14 .3:01 PM 54267 CHURCH RD
10 7:07 AM 12 2:58 PM CHURCH RD @ PLANTATION RD
11 7:08 AM 13 2:59.PM PLANTATION RD @ PELICAN RD
12 7:09 AM 11 2:57 PM 54047 SEAGULL RD
13 7:10AM 10 2:56PM 54217 SEAGULL RD
14 7:11 AM 9 2:55 PM 54378 SEAGULL DR
15 7:12AM 8 2:52 PM 54221 PEUCAN RD
16 7:13AM 7 2:51 PM HERON RD @ FLAMINGO RD ,
17 7:14AM 6 2:50PM 54246 HERON RD
18 7:15AM 5 2:49 PM CHURCH RD @ SUNSHINE DR
19 7:16AM 4 2:48 PM 54407 CRAVEY RD
20 7:17 AM 3 2:30PM 54067 CHURCH RD
21 7:20 AM 23 3:13 PM 44367 PINEBREEZE BL EAST
22 7:21 AM 24 3:14 PM 4581 PINEBREEZE BL EAST
23 7:22AM 25 3:15PM 44083 KEME RD
24 7:25 AM 26 3;16PM 44470 KEME RD
25 7:31 AM 1 2:30 PM WEST NASSAU
26 7:38 AM 2 2:20 PM CALLAHAN MIDDLE


Route: 3203 Bus: 261 Schools: WNHS, CMS
Driver MULLINS, R
LISA DR, LEM TURNER RD, OGILVIE RD, WILBUR JONES RD, JANICE DR,
CYNTHIA DR, HARTS RD, FOURACRE RD
AM P/U PM D/O STOP DESCRIPTION
7:02 AM 2:10 PM LEAVES BUS LOT
1 7:05AM 22 3:24 PM 540271 LEM TURNER RD
2 7:07 AM 20 3:20 PM 3332 USA DR
3 7:08 AM 19 3:19PM USA DR @ JANICE DR
4 7:09 AM 18 3:18 PM JANICE DR@ CYNTHIA DR
5 7:11 AM 21 3:22 PM FOURAKER RD @ LEM TURNER RD
6 7:12AM 17 3:17PM 540288 LEM TURNER RD
7 7:13AM 16 3:16PM 540701 LEM TURNER RD
8 7:14AM 15 3:15PM 540824 LEM TURNER RD
9 7:15AM 14 3:14 PM 541478 LEM TURNER RD
10 7:17 AM 13 3:12PM 54101 OGIUVE RD
11 7:18AM 12 3:10PM 54232 OGIUVE RD
12 7:20 AM 11 3:08PM 54117 LEM TURNER RD
13 7:22 AM 10 3:07 PM 541569 LEM TURNER RD
14 7:23 AM 9 3:05 PM WILBUR JONES RD @ OWL'S NEST CT
15 7:24 AM 8 3:04 PM 541599 LEM TURNER RD
16 7:26 AM 7 3:03 PM HARTS RD @ LEM TURNER RD
17 7:27 AM 6 3:02 PM LEM TURNER RD @ MUSIC
18 7:27 AM 5 3:01 PM 542020 LEM TURNER RD
19 7:28 AM 4 3:00 PM 2053 LEM TURNER RD
20 7:29 AM 3 2:59 PM LEM TURNER RD @ CLEMMONS RD
21 7:32 AM 2 2:30 PM WEST NASSAU
22 7:40 AM 1 2:20 PM CALLAHAN MIDDLE

Route: 3204 Bus: 284 Schools: WNHS, CMS
Driver ANDERSON, C
ZIDELL RD, DYAL RD, OLD DIXIE HIGHWAY, GLORY RD, BETHEL CHURCH
RD, IRVIN AV, KERI BLVD, IRIS BLVD, US I NORTH
AM P/U PM D/O STOP DESCRIPTION
6:45 AM 2:10 PM LEAVES BUS LOT
1, 6:50 AM 27 3:30 PM US 1 S @ZIDELL RD
2 6:57 AM 26 3:29 PM DREW DR @ SAULS RD
3 7:02 AM 25 3:28 PM TOWN & COUNTRY CRAFT
4 7:04 AM 24 3:24 PM 36753 DYAL RD
5 7:05 AM 23 3:23 PM 36684 DYAL RD
,6 7:06AM 22 3:19PM DYAL RD @ NUBBIN BUCK TR
7 7:08 AM 21 3:18PM DYAL RD @ SILCOX PL
8 7:09 AM 20 3:16PM 36047 DYAL RD
9 7:10AM 19 3:15 PM MATT DYLAN DR @ OLD DIXIE HIGHWAY
10 7:11 AM 18 3:14PM 452044 ODL DIXIE HIGHWAY
11 7:12AM 17 3:12PM 451717 OLD DIXIE HIGHWAY
12 7:13 AM 16 3:11 PM 45106 LIVE OAK CHURCH RD
13 7:14 AM 15 3:10 PM OLD DIXIE HWY @ PERRETTS PLANT. RD
14 7:15AM 14 3:09 PM 451449 OLD DIXIE HIGHWAY
15 7:16AM 13 3:08 PM OLD DIXIE HWY @ GLORY RD CORNER
16 7:17 AM 12 3:07 PM 35579 GLORY RD
17 7:18AM 11 3:06 PM 35503 GLORY RD
18 7:21 AM 10 3:05 PM OLD DIXIE HWY @ MATTHEW PL
19 7:22 AM 9 3:04PM 451126 OLD DIXIE HIGHWAY
20 7:23 AM 8 3:03 PM OLD DIXIE HWY @ TACKLE LN
2T,7:24 AM 7 3:02 PM 450895 OLD DIXIE HIGHWAY
22 7:25 AM 4 3:00 PM 450775 OLD DIXIE RD
23 7:26 AM 5 2:58 PM GAIL DR @ IRIS BLVD
24 7:27 AM 6 2:57 PM GAIL DR @ KERI BLVD
25 7:28 AM 3 2:55PM 450516 OLD DIXIE HIGHWAY
26 7:30 AM 1 2:20 PM CALLAHAN MIDDLE
27 7:35 AM 2 2:30 PM WEST NASSAU

Route: 3205 Bus: 306 Schools: WNHS, CMS
Driver HENDERSON, P
HUNTER RD, HURST RD, MAPLEWOOD CT, JARRET RD, HENDRICKS TRAIL,
WATERSTONE DR, KOREYS IN, RATLIFF RD
AM P/U PM D/0 STOP DESCRIPTION,
7:00AM 2:10PM LEAVES BUS SHOP
1 7:10AM 3 2:55 PM 3748 HUNTER RD
2 7:11 AM 4 2:56 PM 4441 RATLIFF RD
3 7:12AM 5 2:57 PM CRICKET LN @HURST WAY
4 7:13AM 6 2:58PM HURSTRD @ CATIESWAY
5 7:14AM 7 3:00 PM 3618 CATIES WAY
6 7:15AM 8 3:02PM CATIES WAY @ GREEN MEADOWS
7 7:16AM 9 3:03 PM 44662 GREEN MEADOWS RD
8 7:17AM- 10 3:04PM 4731 HURST RD
9 7:18AM 11 3:05 PM 4706 HURST RD
10 7:19AM 12 3:06PM 4551 RATLIFFRD
11 7:20AM 13 3:07PM 4636 RATUFFRD
12 7:21 AM 14 3:09 PM 4677 RATUFF RD
13 7:22AM .15 3:13PM 4697 MAPLEWOOD CT
14 7:23AM 16 3:14PM 4857 MAPLEWOODCT
15 7:24AM 17 3:15PM 4993 MAPLEWOOD CT
16 7:25 AM 18 3:16PM 4933 RATLIFF RD
17 7:26 AM 19 3:17PM 4836 RATUFF RD
18 7:27 AM 20 3:19PM RATLIFF RD @ KOREY'S LN
19 7:37 AM 2 2:30 PM WEST NASSAU
20 7:42 AM 1 2:20 PM CALLAHAN MIDDLE

Route: 3206 Bus: 244 Schools: WNHS, CMS
Driver BOYD, N
WOODRIDGE DR, PINEWOOD CT, WOODLAND CR, PLANTATION DR,
RATLIFF RD


AM P/U PM D/O
6:50 AM 2:10PM
1 6:54AM 15 3:15PM
2 6:55AM 16 3:16PM
3 6:56AM 17 3:17PM
4 6:57 AM 18 3:18PM
5 ,6:58 AM 19 3:19PM
6 6:59 AM 20 3:20 PM
7 7:00 AM 21 3:21 PM
8 7:01 AM 22 3:22 PM
9 7:02 AM 14 3:14PM
10 7:03 AM ii 11 FI *
11 7 ', LL I U 1 ._4..
12 7 0G c i- i s. .1 A'.
13 7:07 AM 9 .3 1. 9r.1
14 7:20 AM 8 2:58 PM
15 7:21 AM 7 2:57 PM
16 7:23 AM 6 2:55 PM
17 7:24 AM 5 2:54 PM
18 7:27 AM 4 2:51 PM
19 7:28 AM 3 2:50 PM
20PM ONLY 10 3:00 PM
21 7:33 AM 2 2:35 PM
22 7:38 AM 1 2:20 PM
PM ONLY 2:31 PM


STOP DESCRIPTION
LEAVES HOME
WOODRIDGE DR @ WOODLAND CR
44123 WOODLAND CR
WOODLAND CIRCLE & OAKWOOD LN
44311 WOODLAND CR
WOODLAND CR @ WOODLAND'CT
WOODLAND CIRCLE & WOODRIDGE DR
44672 WOODLAND CR
44782 WOODLAND CR
43432 RATLIFF RD
r :TI irrrc r IEr'.'OD CT
4Ji4 FRliEOl.,1 tr ..
4331 i AiuFF RE:'.
PICKETT @ COMMANCHEE
PICKETT @ NASSAU AV
45578 PICKETT RD
PICKETT ST @ MADE ST
MARY SAULS @ MEADOWS BLESSING LN
PICKETT ST @ CROCKETT PL
RATLIFF RD @ HURST RD
WEST NASSAU HIGH
CALLAHAN MIDDLE
MICKLER ST (BACK GATE ELEM)


Route: 3207 Bus: 303 Schools: WNHS, CMS
Driver: MIXSON, ROBYN
EASTWOOD RD, HAMP HICKS RD, BATON RD, CR 121 N, STATE RD 2,
BARBER GREEN RD, PARMETER RD, BATTEN RD, HOWARD RD, CHARLES
GREEN RD, CR 108
AM P/U PM D/O STOP DESCRIPTION
5:58 AM 2:10 PM LEAVES BUS LOT
1 6:20AM 26 3:58 AM 16801 OAKHILLRD
2' 6:21. AM 27 3:59 AM LOTT RD'@ OAKHILL RD
3 6:22 AM 28 4:00 PM 16586 OAK HILL RD
4 6:24 AM 25 3:56 AM 2756 STATE RD 2 @ LANDSEND DR
5 6:33 AM 22 3:45 AM KINARD RD @ 1st EMPTY LOT
6 6:34 AM 23 3:46 AM 2187 KINARD RD
7 6:36 AM 24 3:48 PM KINARD RD @ GORDON PL
8 6:40AM 19 3:40 PM 2748 EASTWOOD RD
9 6:41 AM 20 3:41 PM 2943 EASTWOOD RD
10 6:42 AM 21 3:42 PM 3102 EASTWOOD RD
11 6:47 AM 15 3:32 PM 3307 HAMP HICKS RD
12 6:48 AM 16 3:33 PM 3439 HAMP HICKS RD
13 6:49 AM 17 3:34 PM HAMP HICKS RD @ ELLERY LN
14 6:50 AM 18 3:36 PM HAMP HICKS RD @ STARDUST
15 6:52AM 14 3:31 PM CR 121 @ PARMETER RD
16 6:53 AM 13 3:30 PM CR 121 @ STARBRIGHT PL
17 6:55 AM 12 3:25 PM BATTEN RD @ HARPER RIDGE LN
18 6:57 AM 11 3:26 PM BATTEN RD @ JIMMY CONNER PL
19 7:03 AM 10 3:20 PM 14877 HOWARD RD'
20 7:05AM 9 3:18 PM 15552 HOWARD RD
21 7:10AM 8 3:13PM SR 2@ CRAWFORD/CR 121
22 7:12AM 7 3:11 PM 19971 CR 121
23 7:13AM 6 3:10PM 20312CR 121
24 7:14AM 5 3:09PM 20460 CR 121
25 7:18 AM 4 3:05 PM ROWE CUTT OFF@ ALACHUA
26 7:19AM 3 3:04PM ROWE CUTT OFF @ NOLAN JONES
27 7:30 AM 2 2:30 PM WEST NASSAU
28 7:35 AM, 1 2:20 PM CALLAHAN MIDDLE


Route: 3208 Bus: 269 Schools: WNHS, CMS
Driver: MYERS, L
WRIGHT'S DAIRY RD, SHERRY RD, JONES CEMETERY RD, HATHAWAY DR
CR 108 E, BALL PARK RD
AM P/U PM D/0. STOP DESCRIPTION
6:20 AM 2:10 PM LEAVES BUS LOT
1 6:38 AM 35 3:45 PM 3060 RIVER RD
2 6:40 AM 34 342 PM 4283 RIVER RD
3 6:41 AM 33 3:41 PM 4438 CR108
4 6;43 AM 32 3:40 PM WINDY LN @ CR 108
5 6:45AM 31 3:34 AM 5494 RIVER RD
6 6:46 AM 30 3:33 AM RIVER RD @ HURST RD
7 6:47 AM 29 3:32 AM HURST RD (AT END)
8 '6:48 AM' 28 3:31 PM 61288 RIVER RD
9 6:49 AM 27 3:30 PM 61544 RIVER RD
10 6:50 AM 26 3:28.PM 61796 RIVER RD
11 6:53 AM 25 3:26 PM 1620 WRIGHTS DAIRY RD


12 6:56 AM 24 3:25PM 25417WOOLEY B LN
13 6:59 AM 23 3:23 PM 25033 WRIGHTS DAIRY RD
14 7:01 AM 22 3:22 PM CR 108 @ DADDY RABBIT LN
15 7:03 AM 21 3:21 PM 612980 RIVER RD
16 7:04 AM 20 3:20 PM 613306 RIVER RD
17 7:05AM 19 3:16PM INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL PULL THROUGH
18 7:06 AM 18 3:15 PM 2175 BALL PARK RD
19 7:07 AM 17 3:10 PM 35155 OAK HILL RD
20 7:08 AM 16 3:08 PM 6654 RIVER RD
21 7:09 AM 15 3:07 PM KEITH RD @ LANCE
22 7:10 AM 14 3:06 PM KEITH RD off SHERRY RD (AT END)
23 7:11 AM 13 3:04 PM 615259 RIVER RD (CONWAYS TRLR PK)
24 7:12 AM 12 3:03 PM CR 108 @ GOODBREAD RD (AFTER TURN)
25 7:13 AM 11 3:02 PM 6421 NANCY RD
26 7:14 AM 10 2:58 PM NANCY RD @ JONES CEMETERY RD
27 7:16 AM 9 2:59 PM 34577 HATHAWAY RD
28 7:17 AM 8 3:00 PM 34423 HATHAWAY RD
29 7:18 AM 7 3:01 PM 34299 HATHAWAY RD
30 7:19 AM 6 3:02 PM 34178 HATHAWAY RD
31 7:20 AM 5 2:59 PM CR 108 @ HATHAWAY RD
32 7:21 AM 4 2:56'PM 6306 RIVER RD
33 7:23 AM 3 2:55 PM RIVER RD @ OAK TRAIL
34 7:35 AM 2 2:30 PM WEST NASSAU
35 7:45 AM 1 2:20 PM CALLAHAN MIDDLE

Route: 3209 Bus: 324 Schools: WNHS, CMS
Driver LAWSON, C '
D B HICKS RD, CR 121, CORTEZ RD, MOTES RD, US 301, CREWS DR,
BROOKS RD, JANES LN, DIXIE CT
AM P/U PM D/O STOP DESCRIPTION
6:15AM 2:10PM LEAVESHOME
1 6:27 AM 37 3:53 PM 12775 CR 121
2 6:28 AM 36 3:52 PM 11883 CR 121
3 6:30 AM 35 3:51 PM 10759SHERILN
4 6:31 AM 34 3:50PM 1241 D B HICKS RD
5 6:32 AM 33 3:49 PM 1326 D B HICKS RD
6 6:33 AM 32 3:48 PM 1170 DB HICKS RD
7 6:35 AM 31 3:47 PM 11729CR121
8 6:36 AM 30 3:46 PM CR 121 @ GARFIELD LN
9 6:37 AM 29 3:45 PM 11297 CR 121
10 6:38AM 28 3:44 PM 11294CR 121
11 6:39 AM 27 3:43 PM 1045.CORTEZ RD @ END
12 6:40AM 26 3:41PM CR121 @ CORTEZ RD
13 6:41AM 25 3:40 PM CR121 @WINDRIDGE
14 6:49 AM 24 3:32 PM 7633 US 301 (Apross from Fouraker Rd.)
15 6:50 AM 23 3:31 PM 7579 FOURACRE RD
16 6:51 PM 22 3:32 PM FOURACRE RD @ CHURCH RD
17 6:52 AM 21 3:29 PM 8065 MOTES RD
18 6:53 AM 20 3:28 PM MOTES RD @ GRAY BAR PL
19 6:54 AM 19 3:27 PM 7901 MOTES RD
20 6:55 AM 18 3:26 PM 8432 US 301
21 6:56 AM 17 3:25 PM 8854 US 301
22 6:57 AM 16 3:24 PM 12186 US 301
23 6:58 AM 15 3:23 PM US 301 @ HAMBONE DR
24 7:00 AM 14 3:22 PM 12649 US 301
25 7:01 AM 13 3:21 PM 8081 US 301 ( BILLYVILLE DR )
26 7:02AM 12 3:20 PM 13047 US 301 @ PONDER PL
27 7:03 AM 11 3:19PM US 301 @THOMAS TR
28 7:04 AM 10 3:17 PM 13459 US 301
29 7:07 AM 9 .3:15 PM US 301 @ PONDEROSA PL
30 7:08AM 8 3:14PM US 301 @BROOKSRD
31 7:09AM 7 3:13PM US301 @ JANES LN
32 7:14 AM 6 3:08 PM 6791 MEADOWS LN
33 7:20 AM 5 3:02 PM MEADOWS LN @ END
34 7:22 AM 4 2:58 PM US 301 @ PICKETT FAMILY CR
35 7:24 AM 3 2:56PM US 301 @ TABBU CT
36 7:30 AM 2 2:30 PM WEST NASSAU
37 7:40 AM 1 2:20 PM CALLAHAN MIDDLE

Route: 3210 Bus: 282
Driver HENDERSON, R
Schools: WNHS, CMS
KEEN CEMETERY RD, THOMAS CREEK RD, H&H LN, EGGER PL, BEAU RD,
LARSON RD, BLAIR CT, CALICO CT
AM P/U PM D/O STOP DESCRIPTION,
6:47 AM 2:10 PM LEAVE BUS LOT
1 7:00 AM 3 3:05 PM 43253 RATUFF RD
2 7:01 AM 4 3:06 PM 43294 RATUFF RD
3 7:02 AM 5 3:07 PM 5596 RATLIFF RD .
4 7:03 AM 6 3:08 PM RATLIFF RD @ EGGER PL,,
5 7:04 AM 7 3:09 PM 43059 RATUEFFRD
*6 7:06AM 14 3:16PM 43212THOMASCREEKRD
7 7:07 AM 15 3:17 PM THOMAS CREEK RD @ BLACKJACK RIDGE
8 7:09 AM 16 3:18 PM 4826 LARSON'RD
9 7:11 AM 17 3:19PM 5129 THOMAS CREEK RD
10 7:12 AM 18 3:20 PM THOMAS CREEK RD @ B&B OAKS LN
11 7:13 AM 19 3:21 PM 43096 THOMAS CREEK RD
12 7:14 AM 11 3:13 PM 4807'KEEN CEMETERY RD
13 7:15 AM 12 3:14 PM KEEN CEMETERY RD @ H&H LN .
14 7:16 AM 13 3:15 PM KEEN CEMETERY RD @ BEAU RD
15 7:17AM 10 3:12PM 43279KEENCEMETARYRD
16 7:18AM 9 3:11 PM 5964KEENCEMETARYRD
17 7:18 AM 8 3:10 PM 43083 KEEN CEMETERY RD
18 7:20AM 20 3:22.PM 43212 THOMAS CREEK RD
19 7:21 AM 121 3:23 PM 43061 THOMAS CREEK RD
.20 7:22 AM 22 3:24 PM 43180 BLAIR'CT
21 7:23 AM 23 3:25 PM 43061 THOMS CREEK RD
22 7:24 AM 24 3:26 PM THOMAS CREEK RD @ CHESHIRE RD
23 7:25 AM 25 3:27 PM 34135 BLUE BIRD PL
24 7:30 AM 2 2:30 PM WEST NASSAU
25 7:35 AM ,.1 2:20 PM CALLAHAN MIDDLE

Route: 3211 Bus: 330 Schools: WNHS, CMS
Driver JACKSON, J
BISMARK RD, MARSH RD, SPRING LAKE ESTATES, CYPRESS ST, DEER RUN
RD, CIRCLE DR, SPENCERVILLE RD, PACETTI RD
AM P/U PM D/O0 STOP DESCRIPTION
6:48 AM 2:15P .C1,EAVeEBU1 T OV Mq ? MMA 9, 8NI
1 6:58 AM 6 2:56 PM COOK-BURGESS1 MARSH INTERSECTION
2 '6:59 AM 7 2:57 PM 54413 MARSH RD
3 7:00 AM 8 2:58 PM 54167 MARSH RD
4 7:03 AM 9 3:01 PM SPRING LAKE DR @ WETLAND WAY
5 7:05AM 10 3:03 PM 55068 DEER RUN
6 7:06AM 11 3:04 PM 55199 DEER RUN
7 7:07 AM 12 3:05 PM 55321 DEER RUN
8 7:08 AM 13 3:06 PM 55398 DEER RUN
9 7:09 AM 14 3:07 PM DEER RUN @ FAWN
10 7:11 AM 15 3:09 PM DEER RUN @ YELLOW JACKET
11 7:12AM 16 3:10PM YELLOW JACKET @ SPRING LAKE DR
12 7:13 AM 17 3:11 PM SPRING LAKE DR @ FOX SQUIRREL
13 7:15AM 18 3:13PM SPRING LAKE DR @ UL BROOK DR
14 7:16AM 19 3:14 PM FOX SQUIRREL @ BEAR RUN
15 7:18 AM 20 3:16 PM BEAR RUN @ BISMARK RD
16 7:20 AM 21 3:18 PM 45742 BISMARK RD
17 7:22 AM 22 3:20 PM BISMARK @ SPENCERVILLE
18 7:24 AM 23 3:22 PM BISMARK @ J. DAVIS TR
19 7:25 AM 24 3:24 PM PACETTI @ NASCAR
20 7:26 AM 25 3:26 PM BISMARK @ LARGO
21 7:27 AM 26 3:27 PM 45306 BISMARK RD
22 7:28 AM 5 2:55 PM BISMARK @ LOWE RD
23 7:29 AM 4 2:54 PM BISMARK @ REVERE DR
24 7:30 AM 3 2:53 PM BISMARK @ CIRCLE DR
25 7:33 PM 2 2:45 PM WEST NASSAU HIGH
26 7:38 PM 1 2:30 PM CALLAHAN MIDDLE


Route: 3212 Bus: 281 Schools: WNHS, CMS
Driver: BEASLEY,B
US 301, CRAWFORD RD, WOODS LN, HIGGINBOTHAM RD, OLD BALDWIN
RD, SANDY FORD RD, SWALLOWFORD RD
AM P/U PM D/O STOP DESCRIPTION
6:38 AM 2:10 PM LEAVES BUS LOT
1 6:43 AM 3 2:55 PM US 301 @ BELLAMY LN
2 6:45AM 13 3:14PM 448041 US 301
3 6:47 AM 22 3:26 PM 447555 US 301
4 6:51 AM 23 3:27 PM CRAWFORD RD @ WOODS LN
5 6:54 AM 21 3:26 PM 447370 US 301
6 6:57 AM 19 3:23 PM 6207 HIGGINBOTHAM DR
7 6:58 AM 20 3:24 PM HIGGINBOTHAM DR @ COTTONTAIL TR
8 7:02 AM 14 3:16 PM 44580 SANDY FORD RD
'9 7:04AM 16 3:19PM 34502 DAYBREAK DR
10 7:06AM 15 3:18 PM 34295 DAYBREAK DR
11 7:08 AM 17 3:20 PM SANDY FORD RD @ OLD BALWIN RD
12 7:09 AM 18 3:21 PM 34262 OLD BALDWIN RD
13 7:14AM -4 2:59 PM 44277 KING BIRD RD
14 7:15AM 5 3:il1 PM 44018 SWALLOWFORK RD
15 7:16AM 12 3:12 PM 44078 QUAIL RIDGE RD
16 7:17AM 11 3:11 PM 4419,1 QUAIL RIDGE RD
:'17 7:18AM 6 3:02PM 44141 SWALLOWFORK RD
18 7:19 AM 7 3:03 PM .14291 SWALLOWFORK RD
19 7:20 AM 8 3:05 PM SWALLOWFORK RD@ LITTLE LIVE OAK DR
20 7:22 AM 9 3:07 PM SWALLOWFORK RD @ DALES PL
21 7:23 AM 10 3:09 PM 440358 DALES PL
22 7:30 AM 2 2:35 PM WEST NASSAU HIGH SCHOOL
23 7:40 AM 1 2:15 PM CALLAHAN MIDDLE SCHOOL


Route: 3213 Bus: 259 Schools: WNHS, CMS
Driver WOODBURN, J
MUSSLEWHITE RD, NASSAU OAKS, SR 200, PITTMAN RD, THOMAS RD,
JEWEL THOMAS RD, GRIFFIN RD, EULA B RD, BURNS RD.
AM P/U D/0, STOP DESCRIPTION
'6:35 AM 2:10PM LEAVESBUSLOT .
1 6:36 AM 3 2:57 PM MUSSLEWHITE RD @ EULA B RD
2 6:37 PM 4 2:58 PM MUSSLEWHITE RD @ LAUREL LN
3 6:38 PM 5 3:00 PM 45621 MUSSLEWHITE RD


4 6:39 AM
5 6:40 AM
6 6:41 AM
7 6:42 AM
8 6:43 AM
9 6:44 AM
10 6:45 AM
11 6:44 AM
12 6:45 AM
13 6:52 AM
14 6:55 AM
15 7:00 AM
16 7:07 AM
17 7:10AM
18 7:15 AM
19 7:17 AM
20 7:20 AM
21 7:23 AM
22 7:24 AM
23 7:29 AM
24 7:30 AM
25 7:45 AM


6 3:01 PM
7 3:02 PM
8 3:03 PM
9 3:06 PM
10 3:09 PM
11 3:10 PM
12 3:12 PM
13 3:13 PM
14 3:14 PM
15 3:17 PM
16 3:18 PM
17 3:24 PM
18 3:27 PM
19 3:34 PM
20 3:39 PM
21 3:40 PM
22 3:41 PM
23 3:45 PM
24 3:46 PM
25 3:51 PM
2 2:30 PM
1 2:20 PM


46627 SAULS RD
MIDDLE RD @ ALYSSA
MIDDLE RD @ BOGGLE TR
56089 GRIFFIN RD
MIDDLE RD @ OSCAR RD
MIDDLE RD @ PHOENIX CT
56269 COLBY DR
56165 NASSAU OAKS CR
56127 NASSAU OAKS CR
56392 NASSAU OAK DR
56441 NASSAU OAKS DR
GRIFFIN RD @ GRIFFIN FARM RD
ED'S APPLIANCE @ SR 200
55137 BURNS RD
SR 200 W @ WHITE OAK PL
450934 SR 200
SR 200 W @ THOMAS RD
55540 JEWEL THOMAS RD
55321 PITTMAN RD
SR 200 W @ GRESSMAN RD
WEST NASSAU
CALLAHAN MIDDLE


Route: 3214 Bus: 320 Schools: WNHS, CMS
Driver ROCHAY, L
CHURCH RD, SHEFFIELD RD, MARLEE RD, LEESTONE RD, VONTZ RD, SNY-
DER RD, JONAS WAY, EDWARDS RD, STRATTON RD, HODGES RD
AM P/U PM D/O STOP DESCRIPTION
6:45 AM 2:10 PM LEAVES BUS SHOP
1 6:57 AM 3 2:52 PM STRATTON RD @ HODGES RD
2 6:58AM 4 2:53PM 45165 STRATTONRD
3 7:00AM 5 2:55 PM STRATTON RD @ IRVIN RD
4 7:01 AM 6 2:56 PM 45127 AMERICAN DREAM RD
5 7:02 AM 7 2:57 PM 45457 AMERICAN DREAM RD
6 7:03 AM 8 2:58PM 45204 CIRCLE DR
7 7:10AM 9 3:08PM 54899 CHURCH RD
8 7:11 AM 10 3:09 PM SHEFFIELD @ CORNEA CT
9 7:12AM 11 3:10PM SHEFFIELD @ DEBBIE CT
10 7:14AM 12 3:12 PM SHEFFIELD @ LAWHON RD
11 7:16AM 13 3:14PM 2855 LAWHON RD
12 7:17AM 14 3:15PM 3706 LAWSON RD
13 7:20 AM 15 3:18 PM MARLEE RD @ LEESTONE RD
14 7:22AM 16 3:19PM VONTZ PL @ MARLEE RD
15 7:23 AM 17 3:20 PM VONTZ PL@ VONTZWAY
16 7:25 AM 18 3:22 PM MARLEE RD @ SNYDER RD
17 7:26 AM 19 3:23 PM MARLEE RD @ JONAS DR
18 7:27 AM 20 3:24 PM 54450 JONAS DR
19 7:28 AM 21 3:25 PM JONAS DR @ MARLEE RD
20 7:29 AM 22 3:27 PM MARLEE RD @ EDWARDS RD
21 7:35 AM 2 2:30 PM WEST NASSAU SCHOOL
22 7:45 AM 1 2:20 PM CALLAHAN MIDDLE SCHOOL

Route: 3215 Bus: 314 Schools: WNHS, CMS
Driver ARP, C
US 1 N & S, ANN DR, BECKER AV, POINT SOUTH, CHARLES ST, CHAR-
WOOD DR, ARTESTIAN BLVD. McKENDREE RD
AM P/U PM D/O STOP DESCRIPTION
6:45 AM 2:10 PM LEAVESBUS LOT
1 6:52 AM 3 2:55 PM 44935 PINEBREEZE CR
2 6:54 AM 4 2:57 PM 44802 PINEBREEZE CR
3 6:57 AM 5 3:00 PM 44568 PINEBREEZE CR
4 6:59 AM 6 3:02 PM 44309 PINEBREEZE.CR
5 7:00AM 7 3:03PM 44169 PINEBREEZE CR
6 7:01 AM 8 3:04 PM 44057 PINEBREEZE CR
7 7:04 AM 9 3:00 PM 44777 ARTESIAN BLVD
8 7:06AM 10 3:01 PM 44564 ARTESIAN BLVD
9 7:07 AM 11 3:02 PM 44333 ARTESIAN BLVD
10 7:10AM 12 3:03PM US I @ CHARWOODDR
11 7:12AM 13 3:05 PM 44237 CROSSCREEK BLVD
12 7:13AM .14 3:06 PM 44866 CROSSCREEK BLVD
13 7:14AM 15 3:07PM US 1 @PARKSRD
14 7:16AM 16 3:09 PM POINT SOUTH @ EVA CT
15 7:17AM 17 3:10PM POINT SOUTH DR @ WANDAS WAY
16 7:21 AM 18 3:11PM US 1 @ WHISPERING PINES TRAILER PARK
17 7:22AM 19 3:20 PM ANN DR @ LEE RD
18 7:23 AM 20 3:23 PM LEE RD @ BECKER AV
19 7:25 AM 21 3:24 PM US 1 @ MCKENDREE RD
20 7:27 AM 22 3:27 PM US 1 @ FRANKUN MINI STORAGE
21 7:28 AM 23 3:28 PM US 1 @ REBECCA LN
22 7:32 AM 2 2;50PM WEST NASSAU HIGH
23 7:42 AM 1 2:05 PM CALLAHAN MIDDLE

Route: 3216 Bus: 297 Schools: WNHS, CMS
Driver BRANNAN, C
FORD RD, SUNOWA SPRINGS, US 301
AM P/U PM D/O STOP DESCRIPTION
6:38 AM 2:10.PM LEAVES BUS LOT
1 6:54 AM 3 2:58 PM 7743 FORD RD
2 6:55 AM 4 2:59 PM FORD RD @ VERDIE CEMETERY RD
3 6:56 AM 5 3:00 PM FORD RD @ BOYD RD
4 6:57AM 6 3:01 PM 9117FORDRD
5 6:58 AM 7 3:02 PM 9383 FORD RD
6 7:00 AM 8 3:03 PM FORD RD @ WATERLOO LN
7 7:01 AM 9 3:04 PM FORD RD @ SETTLER'S RIDGE
8 7:02 AM 10 3:06 PM 10023 FORD RD
9 7:03AM 11 3:07 PM 10351 FORD RD
10 7:04 AM 12 3:08 PM 10556 FORD RD
11 7:05AM 13 3:09 PM 10761 FORD RD
12 7:06AM 14 3:11 PM BUCKHEAD TRAIL @ FAWNWOOD DR
13 7:07 AM 15 3:12 PM BUCKHEAD TRAIL @ WHITE TAIL CT
14 7:08 AM 16 3:13PM 11353SUNOWASPRINGS
15 7:09 AM 17 3:14PM 11691 SUNOWA SPRINGS
16 7:10AM 18 3:15PM 11825 SUNOWA SPRINGS
17 7:11 AM 19 3:16PM 12021SUNOWA SPRINGS
18 7:12AM 20, 3:17 PM 12142 SUINOWA SPRINGS'
19 7:13AM 21 3:18 PM 12331 SUNOWA SPRINGS
20 7:14AM 22 ., :* Pr.1 : ;ur,': J iNG 5
21 7:15AM 23 3',20M IUNVOWA SPRINGS @ MYrTTICAL LN' OS., 61
22 7:16AM 24 321 PM 12721 SUNOWA SPRINGS
23 7:17 AM 25 3 22 PM i2,90 SuNOWA SPRINGS
24 7:18AM 26 3:23 PM 12904 SUNOWA SPRINGS
25 7:30 AM 2 2:30 PM WEST'NASSAU
26 7:40 AM 1 2:20 PM CALLAHAN MIDDLE

Route: 3217 Bus- 319- Schools: WNHS, CMS
Driver HODGES, L
CR 121, SIKES DR, CREWS DR, RUBY DR, CR 121, KENNY CONNER,
HENRY LEE, JANE LN, BARBARA LN, CONNER RD. CARROLLS CORNER
AM P/U PM D/O STOP DESCRIPTION
6:40 AM 2:10 PM LEAVES HOME
1 6:43 AM 29 3:40 PM 17699 CONNER RD
2 6:45AM 28 3:38 PM 14793 TRIPLE D LN
3 6:49 AM 27 3:33 PM 2583 BARBARA LN
4 6:51 AM 26 3:31 PM 2949 BARBARA LN
5 6:52 AM 25 3:30 PM 3161 BARBARA LN
6 6:53 AM 24 3:29 PM 3344 BARBARA LN
7 6:54 AM 23.3:28 PM 3465 DIAMOND BACK TR
8 6:56 AM 22 3:25 PM 3873 JANE LN
9 6:59 AM 21 3:23 PM HENRY LEE RD @ GRANNY LN
10 7:00 AM 20 3:22 PM HENRY LEE RD @ KENNY CONNER RD
11 7:02 AM 19 3:21 PM CR 121 @ MANNING LAKE
12 7:03 AM 18 3:19PM 20616 GORDEN HILL
13 7:04AM. 17 3:18PM 22136CR 121
14 7:04AM 16 3:17PM 22588 CR,121
15 7:06AM 15 3:15PM 22588CR121
16 7:07AM 14'3:14PM 23258 CR 121
17 7:08 AM 13 3:13PM 23414CR 121 C
18 7:09 AM 12 3:12 PM 3465CR 121
19 7:10AM 11 3:11 PM CR 121 @ CARROLLS CORNER
20 7:11 AM 10 3:10PM 2939 SIKES RD
21 7:12AM 9 3:09PM SIKES RD & LORI LN
22 7:13AM 8 3:08PM 2618SIKESRD
23 7:14AM 7 3:07 PM 3472 SIKES RD
24 7:15AM 6 3:06 PM CREWS DR @ RUBY DR
25 7:16AM 5 3:05 PM 3577 CHOLERTON LN
26 7:17 AM 4 3:04PM 22090 CREWS RD'
27 7:18 AM 3 3:02 PM CREWS RD @ CR 121
28 7:28 AM 2 2:30 PM WEST NASSAU
29 7:40 AM 1 2:20 PM CALLAHAN MIDDLE

Route: 3218 Bus: 310 Schools: WNHS, CMS
Driver BARBER, K
BOOTH RD, DORNBUSH RD, VICKI RD, JERRA RD, BEA RD. ARMSTRONG
RD, HAZEL JONES RD
AM P/U PM D/O STOP DESCRIPTION
6:51AM 2:10 PM LEAVE BUS SHOP
1 7:03 AM 3 2:50 PM BOOTH RD @ DEBRA
2 7:05 AM 4 2:52 PM BOOTH RD @ CHARLOTTE DR
3 7:06 AM 5 2:55 PM ROY BOOTH RD @ CAMELOT LN
4 7:07 AM 6 2:57 PM SHERWOOD RD @ BEA RD
5 7:08 AM 7 2:59 PM 54295 BEA RD
6 7:10AM 8 3:00 PM 54470BEARD
7 7:11 AM 9 3:01 PM DORNBUSH AVE @ BEA RD
8 7:12 AM 10 3:02 PM DORNBUSH RD @ ARMSTRONG RD
9 7:13AM 11 3:04PM 54479 ARMSTRONG RD
10 7:14 AM 12 3:05 PM 54382 ARMSTRONG RD
11 7:15 AM .13 3:06 PM DORNBUSH RD @ JERRA RD
12 7:17 AM 14 3:07 PM DORNBUSH RD @ HELLER RD
13 7:18AM 15 3:08PM 54412 HAZEL JONES RD
,14 7:19AM 16 3:09PM HAZEL JONES RD VICKI RD
15 7:21 AM 17 3:10PM VICKI RD O JERRA RD
16 7:23 AM 18 3:11 PM SHERWOD RD @ TROOPER CT
17 7:31 AM 2 2:30 PM WEST NASSAU
18 7:40 AM 1 2:20 PM CALLIAHAN MIDDLE











FRIDAY, JULY 29,2005 SCHOOL BUS ROUTES News-Leader


Route: 3219 Bus: 317 Schools: WNHS, CMS
Driver: TOMLINSON,M
CARTER ROAD; HORSESHOE CIRCLE, STAFFORD ROAD, CR 121, KNAUSE
ROAD
AM P/U PM D/O STOP DESCRIPTION
6:15AM 2:10 PM LEAVE BUS SHOP
1 6:48 AM 28 3:36 PM 814 HORSESHOE CIRCLE
2 6:49 AM 27 3:35 PM 6244 HORSESHOE CIRCLE
3 6:50AM 26 3:33 PM 6478 HORSESHOE CIRCLE
4 6:51 AM 25 3:32 PM HORSESHOE CIRCLE @ FOURACRE RD
5 6:52 AM' 24 3:31 PM HORSESHOE CIRCLE @ HATTER LANE
6 6:53 AM 23 3:30 PM HORSESHOE CIRCLE @ HUMMINGBIRD
7 6:54AM 22 3:29 PM HORSESHOE CIRCLE @ PRINGLE
8 6:55 AM 21 3:25 PM HORSESHOE CIRCLE @ SADDLEBEND .
9 6:56AM 20 3:24 PM 8254 HORSESHOE CIRCLE
10 6:57AM 19 3:23PM CR 121 @BATYLN
11 6:58-AM 18 3:22PM 7240 CR 121 BEFORE CHURCH )
12 6:59 AM 17 3:21 PM CR121 @BOYDRD
13 7:00AM 16 3:20PM 8260CRS121
14 7:01 AM 15 3:19 PM 9219CR121
15 7:02AM 14 3:18PM CR 121 0 LIMOSINE LN
16 7:03 AM 13 3:17 PM CR 121 @ GATEPOST LN
17 7:04 AM 12 3:16PM 1278 COUNTRYSIDE ACRES
18 7:05AM 11 3:15PM 1399 COUNTRYSIDE ACRES
19 7:06 AM 10 3:14 PM COUNTRY SIDE ACRES @ OLD WIRE RD
20 7:08AM 9 3:12PM 10243CR121
21 7:09AM 8 3:10PM 1584 CR 119
22 7:10AM 7 3:07PM 'CR 119@ PINEOAK HAMMOCK LN
237:11AM 9 3:06PM 2214CR119
24 7:14AM 5 3:05PM 6391 CR 119
25 7:15AM 4 3:04PM 6682CR119
26 7:16AM 3 3:15PM CRI19@DIRTRD
27 7:37 AM 2 2:55 PM WEST NASSAU HIGH SCHOOL
28 7:48 AM 1 2:20 PM CALLAHAN MIDDLE SCHOOL


BRYCEVILLE


Route : 4101 Bus: 318 School: BRYCEVILLE
DRIVER: HUBERT, M
CARTER RD, HORSESHOE CIRCLE, CR 121, FOURAKER RD, STAFFORD RD.
BATEY LN, BOYD RD, STOKES RD, LIMOUSINE LN, COUNTRYSIDE ACRES
LN
AM P/U PM D/O STOP DESCRIPTION
7;40 AM ,2:45 PM LEAVE HOME:
1 7:53AM' 29 1 JPr I CR 121@ CARTER RD
'2 7:54 AM 28 3 dJ Pr.1 CARTER RD.@ REMINGTON PL
3 7:55 AM 27 3:45 PM CARTER CANAL
4 7:57AM 26 3:41'PM CR 121 @ 2650RED FOX,LN
' 5 7:58 AM 25 3:40 PM CR 121 @ 2678 CHIPMUNK LN
6 8:03 AM 24 3:38 PM HORSESHOE CIRCLE @ WHOA LN
7 ,8:05 AM 23 3:37 PM. 5795 HORSESHOE CR
8 8:07 AM 22 3:36 PM 6546 HORSESHOE CR
9 8:09 AM 21 3:34 AM HORSESHOE CR @ FOURAKER RD
10 8:10AM 20 3:33 PM HORSESHOE CR @ STAFFORD RD
11 8:11 AM 19 3:31 PM 7233 HORSESHOE CR
12 8:12 AM 18 3:30 PM 7311 HORSESHOE CR
I1' 8 i.-41r.1 1' 1 Pf-.1 HORSESHOE CR @ PRINGLE
i1 4l r.1 1., : ,5.f.I 6507CR 121
e. 8A IArl .1*1 324 r.1. 6914CR 121
16 8:20 AM 14 3:23 PM 7443CR 121
17 8:21 AM 13 3:21 PM. 8260 CR 121
18 8:22AM 12 3:20PM 9219.CR121.
19.8:24AM 11 3:19PM CP 121 @ CLYDE LN
20 8:25AM 10 3:18 PM. ': ,-.T:'l121 '
2z1 82 r.4 I 'Pr.1 1328 COUNTRYSIDE ACRES
22 8t M 1. 1 t,, S1.1 1468 COUNTRYSIDE ACRES
-23 1 .,-.1 I3 Fr,.1 OLD WIRE PD'D COUNTRYSIDE ACRES
24 8:31 AM : 3 iA. r.1 11 : ii ..
25 8:32AM 5 3:13 PM CR119 @ PINE OAK HAMMOCK
26 8:33AM 4-312r.1 4079CR119
8:45AM' 1 .t "Pr.1 j -107CP110
27 8:36 AM" 3 3:10PM ". tr,1.:E'iE D .
28 8:37 AM 2 3:08 PM 7904 MOTES RD
29'8:45AM 1 2 JI R: 1 BRYCEVILLE ELEMENTARY


Route : 4102 Bus: 273 School: BRYCEVILLE
Driver: JOHNS,D '
HAMBONE, SUNOWA SPRINGSINGS US 301, MEADOWS LN, CARROLL.
CREWS RD. FORD RD. CALICO TRAILS
7:25 AM 2:30 PM LEAVE BUS LOT
1 7:43AM 32 4:02PM ; ':1i r.lE--.",':i.- f ilj
2 7:45AM 31 4:01 PM .'-.- r.IE L,:.'.',., .r -
.3 ,7:47 AM 30 4:00 PM 6635 MEADOWS LN
4 7:52 AM 29 3:53 PM US 301 @ BROOKS RD.
5 7:56 AM 28 3:50 PM 12974 PONDEROSA RD
6 7:58AM 27 3:49 PM 9070PONDEROSAPL
7 8:00AM 26 3:47 PM US 1 @ THOMAS TRAILS
8 8:02 AM 25 3:46 PM 12909 US 301
9 8:03AM 24 3:45PM 12710US 301
10 8:04AM 23 3:44 PM 12196US301 ,
11 8:05AM 22 3:43 PM US 301 @ HAMBONE RD
12 8:06AM 3 3:15PM FORDRD@VERDIECEMETERYRD
13 8:07AM 4 3:16PM 11310CONDOR PL
14 8:08 AM 5 3:17 PM 8788 FORD RD
15. 8:09AM 6 3:18PM 9041 FORD RD
16 8:10AM 7 3:19 PM 9,515 FORD RD
17 8:11 AM 8 3:20PM FORD'RD @ SETTLERS RIDGE
i i 1-2 1.1 9-3:21 PM 10271 FORD RD
i4 : I A l 2-r 1 3: P1. Iti 1- '-:'Ie -.;ic D L. -
20 8 iJA 4,1 II P.1 Hi F. H :'-' c'r.- '
i 6 Ic All I. I') ;. .1 1iJ, .,HFAD ,, ,fJ.iIW ,." T. -,
a;W' 1, ".1.2-7.I. Li,:J[ LIc H D Ii- -- .. .. ..i.fI.|-
24 8:24 AM 15 3:30 PM 11463 SUNOWA SPRINGS
25 8:25 AM 16 3:31 PM 1976 SUNOWA SPRINGS
26 8:26 AM 17 3:32 PM 12095 SUNOWA SPRINGS
27 8:27 AM 18 3:33 PM 12209 SUNOWA SPRINGS
28 8:28 AM 19 3:34 PM 12409 SUNOWA SPRINGS
29 8:29 AM '20 3:35 PM, 11406 SUNOWA SPRINGS ( MYSTICELLN)
30 8:30AM 21 3:36 PM 12813 SUNOWA SPRINGS
31 8:40 AM 2 3:08 PM US 301 @ BUMBLE HEDGE
32 8:44AM 1 : '. FI BRYCEVILLE SCHOOL

Route: 4103 Bus: 360 School: BRYCEVILLE
Driver CRAWFORD, C
EASTWOOD RD. D B HICKS, SHERI LN, CORTEZ RD, CR 121, CR 119,
KINARD RD. BATTEN RD. SHERI IN. BARBARA GREEN RD. HOWARD RD
AM F -''. P1r.1 i",'.- :i.:- 'LL''; ii49 T l: i
7:25 '9.1 L; '0 P I LE I 'Er.I
S1 7:40AM 29 4:24PM KINARD RD@ i i. 1zbrL EIA.:-,C,-',I. L
2 7:42AM '28 4:21 PM ;i'_" i,'irii-cy rc
3 7:46AM 27.4:04PM 'F1-i -r :.. IP ---B11-1 -KW. LHI
4 7:49AM 26 3:51 PM HAII.r: HI,"'" CCIT' 3t:,. ELLt&. L I
5 7:50AM 25 7.r5.1 H-I r.ii- HiCL,, r -E .iT ,T.r C : -i
S6 7:52AM' 24 :IJS I k H' '.iH-H'IPI1--i.: C, r'
7 7:53AM 23 3-4W P1 ? 1P HOMPHICIVSDlD
8 7:55AM .22 i JI l I .'0: -TP 121, UL LL N,:,-'. LI
9 7:56AM 21 E *.i % I Er &,,,'- C 24: 2 .4 'C --'t-F.: FL
10 7:57'AM 20 3:41 PM 2'iJ7 E-?.'NnrCD DR ,--
11 7:58AM 19 .3:42PM .1 LA-"W:r ,V,:I. ,
S12 8:00 AM 18 3:37 PM' i'ZCI' -I2i .
13 8:01.AM. 17 3:36PM, 11244CR 121
iJ 6LI." 16 3:28PM CE HI,", rD,', ,FCiirITAIN HEAD LN
*' Ie n ll 15 3:30 PM CEL HI Hir, 1 HE- F'
16.8:07AM 14 3:34PM DBHICKS @ ELLAAV
17 8:09AM 13 3:25 PM 11837 CR121 .' .
18.8:10AM 12 3:24PM 11695 CR121 ', ......
19 8:11AM 11 3:23PM 11304CR121 .'
, 20 8:12AM 10 3:22PM 11115CR121
21 8:13AM 9 3:20PM 1068CORTEZRD
S22 8:14AM 8 3:18PM 10867CR121
23 8:15AM 7 3:16PM 10549CR121 ,
24 8:16AM 56 ? I'!PM 1551 CR1.19.
25 8:17AM I. 1;:r-.1 1628CR119' .
26 8:23 AM 4 3' :,I.I 2286CR 119 -
27 8:25AM 3 A' 0FMr 1. 6311 CR1.19 ,
28' 8:30 AM 2 3:07 PM 6774 CR 119 .....
29 8:45AM 1 2:45 PM BRYCEVILLE ELEMENTARY,


HILLIARD MIDDLE,
HILLIARD ELEMENTARY

Route: 5301 Bus: 346 School: HMS, HES
Driver. FOSSICK, D
4th ST, ORANGE ST, REED RD, PINERIDGE RD, CR 108 W, HIGGINBOTHAM
DR. KINGS FERRY RD
AM P/U PM D/O STOP DESCRIPTION
7:02 AM 2:10 PM LEAVE BUS LOT
1 7:08 AM 16 3:08 PM CR 108 @ ORANGE ST( CONNIE'S PIZZA)
2 7:10 AM 9 2:59 PM PINERIDGE RD @ HIGGINBOTHAM DR
3 7:12AM 10 3:00PM PINERIDGERD @ REEDRD
4 7:14 AM 11 3:02 PM PINERIDGE RD @ COYOTE DR
5 7:16AM 12 3:03 PM 37218 PINERIDGE RD
6 7:17AM 13 3:04PM PINERIDGE RD( LAST DIRT RD)
7 7:18AM 14 3:06PM 151040CR 108
8 7:19AM 15 3:07PM 151004CR 108
9 7:20AM 8 2:55PM CR.108@FAA DAY CARE (JUMPINGJACK)
10 7:22 AM 7 2:53 PM FAACENTER (FRONT)
11 7:24AM 6 2:51 PM 37149 ORANGE ST
12 7:26AM 5 2:49PM 3rd @ ORANGEST(AUNTBEE'S)
13 7:27 AM 4 2:47 PM 2690 RUBY DR
14 7:24 AM 3 2:51 PM 4th @ ORANGE ST
15 7:35 AM 2 2:30PM HILUARDHIGH ,
16 7:40AM 1 2:15PM HILUARDELEMENTARY

Route: 5302 Bus: 266- School: HMS, HES
Driver. CAUDILL, C
ANDREWS RD, SUNBERG RD, TRIGG RD, JOHNSON RD, HODGES RD, CR
121, GEIGER RD, SIKES RD
AM I P/U PM D/O STOP DESCRIPTION
6:40AM 2:10 PM LEAVES BUS LOT
1 6:48 AM '34 3:36 PM 281011 ANDREWS RD
2 6:49,AM 35 3:38 PM 171808 ANDREWS RD
3 6:50 AM 3 2:56 PM 28410 SUNBERG RD
4 6:51 AM 4 2:57 PM 28897 SUNBERG RD
5 6:52AM 5 2:58 PM 28079 SUNBERG RD .
6 6:53 AM 6 2:59 PM 81614 SUNBERG RD
7 6:54'AM 7 3:00 PM 28240 SUNBERG RD
8 6:55AM 8 3:01PM ijrjeEr.,- '- ITRINITYLN
9 6:56 AM 9 3:03 PM _2:,A iA,'TFD
10 6:57 AM 10 3:06 PM 18125TRIGGRD
11 6:58 AM 11 3:07 PM 28596 TRIGG RD
12 6:59 AM 12 3:08 PM 28674 TRIGG RD
13'7:00 AM 13 3:09 PM 181.01TRIGGRD
14 7:01 AM 14 3:10 PM 28848TRIGGRD
15 7:02 AM 15 3:11 PM Tri-'G PD -'' JOHNSON RD
16 7:03 AM 16 3:12 PM :Jit.'3. i '21
17 7:04 AM 17 3:14PM 241794CR 121
18 7:05 AM 18 3:15PM 241767CR 121
19. 7:06AM 19 3:16 PM 241738 CR 121
20 7:07 AM 20 3:18PM CR121 @ SIKES RD
21 "'08 AM 21 3:19 PM 241688 CR121
22 1:' LI.1 22 3:20 PM 8385 HODGES RD
23 7:10 AM' 23 3:22 PM 17332 HODGES RD
24 7:11 AM 24 3:23 PM HODGES RD @ FORK (TURN LEFT)
257:12AM 2' : 'JPr.1 Iil'.JH.C.:. Il:; -C
26 7:13'AM 2.: 3 2 Pt.1 1 0IC '-' H-D:.GE' 1;C .I
27 7:14 AM 2' % 2P 1.1 8.l4:,",5 M -'."-: r-C
28 7:15 AM 2t _1.1:'-'. r. ) -I. 1 iDrEAi~r .
29 7:16 AM 20 3 "`0P l Pr i A 'T E ,J 'o i '1
30 7:17/AM 30 P P-.1 I 95 AIfJC.rIEct R. D
31 7 1 L [.1 M l ':1 11 I; rJCEwv r: c,
32 7 i l 32 3:34 PM -rCL.I:Ew"s i. *7 ;EIi,'E't; rFi:
33 7:20 AM 33 3:35 PM I ,. JI-'r I-W -, *-' POTOH:Hr lii C r C
34 -"i rl1 2 2:30 PM HILUARD HIGH
35 'A '1 .1 1 2:15 PM .-ilI i.R D EIf.1FIITL .'


Route: 5303 Bus: 347 School: HMS, HES
Driver: BENNETT,D
HENRY SMITH EXTENSION, CLYATT CIRCLE, OLD DIXIE HIGHWAY, ELLIOTT
RD. ROWE RD
PM P/U PM D/O STOP DESCRIPTION
6:54 AM 2:10PM LE b U. L,'
1 6:59 AM 2J 2a Pr. 37 4' HENPV SMITH EXTENSION
2 7:01 AM A : ; irl C,-L T-'- H1 fi1. I :[ III -*fE I .1 "1rl
.3 ,7:03 A M :5 2:50PM '.32-, l.1,"'iiEti Ti/ 'L ,'' :LD Di -''E Hll'.
4 7:04AM, 6 2:53 PM -, -LL, C E Hw ,-1' BUTTERFLY LN
5 7:05 AM -7 2:54PM C'L--' Cr E H, '.- CLYATT CR
6 7:06AM 8 2:57 PM HL:.":3 .L.-" N ,:-.
7 7:08AM 9 3:00PM 36871 CLYATT CR
8 ,' A .1 13 3:05PM 1'_,0" OLD DIXIE HWV'
9, I r.' t4 3:07PM C -.' 'IE H' iA .C',:I P1
10 i2 4.I 15 3:08PM. C.LlCl. IE H',. @ BETHEL CHURCHRD
11 7:13AM 16 3:09 PM I-.4 ELLUC.'T 1C,
12 7:14AM' 10 3:01 PM 'tLLICr PPC.
13 7:15AM. 11 3:03 PM 7371 ELLIOTTRD (TURNAROUND)
14 7:22 AM 12 3:04 PM 261382 ROWE RD
15 7:23AM 17 3:07PM ROWERD @ BLUEBERRYLN
16 7:24 AM 18 3:08PM ROWERD @ BOOMERLN
17 7:26AM 19 3:09PM 26224 ROWE RD
18 7:27AM 20 3:11 PM 26126ROWE RD
19 7:31 AM 2 3:12 PM HILLARD HIGH SCHOOL
20 7:36 AM 1 2:15 PM HILLUARD ELEMENTARY
-Route: 5304 Route: 246 School: HMS, HES
Driver: CONNER, J
US 1 NORTH, SWEARINGTON RD. KARA ACRES DR. PINE TREE APART-
MENTS
AM P/U PM D/0- STOP'DESCRIPTION .
'? At 2 .1 2 10 P.fl LE'. 'EBIJUSI.OT
I 2'.''i 21.1 5 -6 4-.-LT-F., '3- :[H-'S- (33TNA5- tLai::

3 ,7:08AM. 7 i-: r 1 i- li T Oi-L' r ,
4 7:10AM 8 2:55 PM 7035 SWEARINGEN RD
5 7:14AM 9 2:59PM 27245 KARA CR
6 7:16AM "10 3:01 PM 27061 KARA CR
7 7:18AM 11 3:03 PM 541776 US 1 SOUTH
8 7:19AM 12 3:04PM 552255US1N '
9 7:20 AM 13 3:05 PM US 1 @ SKATE ESCAPE
10 7:22AM 14 3:06 PM 551997 US 1 SOUTH
11 7:25AM '4 2:45PM US1@IstST
12 7:27 AM 3 2:42 PM OXFORD@ 0108
13 7:29 AM 2 2:35 PM HILUARD HIGH SCHOOL
14 7:35 AM 1 2:15PM HILLIARD ELEMENTARY

Route: 5305 Bus: 361- School: HMS, HES
Driver: JONES, J
MURRHEE RD, PENNY HADDOCK RD, PROSPECT LANDING RD, LAKE
HAMPTON RD
AM P/U.PM D/O TTC'FDE C NIPTIC'I
6:40AM,. 2:10PM LE.E"'L 1J: Li.,
1 6:50 AM 3 2:50 PM 28183 LAKE HAMPTON RD
2 6:54AM 4 2:54PM 28506 SCOTTS LANDING RD
3 6:58 AM 5 2:58 PM LAKE HAMPTON RD @ PIGEON CREEK RD
4 6:59 AM 6 2:59 PM 282131 LAKE HAMPTON RD
5 7:00AM 7 3:00 PM- 29087 PENNY HADDOCK RD
6 7:02AM. 8 3;02PM-. Eicrr H-D._-. ir.L,.,-:'cJ i 0- LYNN LN
7 7:04AM 9 3:04.PM 2'V'." PilOl. HLi':,DOCl. PE'
8 7:05AM 10 .3:05 PM 3';i2- 1,. :41 PL
9 7:06AM 11 3:06PM' :.'i .-PEr.l-Il H C,'L,:.';: i. 10 7:07AM 12 3:07PM : F.A' ,P.F 'i -', I _,-i .jLir+'_i-' D
11 7:09AM 13 3:09 PM 39478 PROSPECT LANDING RD
12 7:10AM 14 3:10PM 39214PROSPECTLANDINGRD
13 7:11 AM',15 3:11 PM LAKEHAMPTONRD @ MURRHEERD
14 7:12AM 16 3:12PM 283088 LAKE HAMPTON RD
15 7:13AM 17 3:13PM 2-.IJ-0o IJr-HEE RD
16 7:14AM'" 18 3:14PM "''Ji'22'r.lIUIFHCE 'FT'
17 7:15AM 1.9 3:15PM 273904 MURRHEE RD '
18 7:16AM 20 3:16 PM'. MURRHEERD @COLONYTR
19 7:17AM 21 3:17PM 273534 MURRHEE RD
20 7:18AM 22 3:18PM 273363 MURRHEE RD
21 7:20 AM 23 3:20 PM 273013 MURRHEE RD
22 7:22 AM 24 3:23PM .-:--J .1UI'-'HEE r' -
23 7:23AM 25 3:24,PM ,:ji LEC,:-r H I,.HL- CI- iT'D
24 7:24 AM 26 3:25 PM 27285 MURRHEE RD
25 7:25AM 27 3:26 PM 27184 MURRHEE RD
26 7:30 AM 2 2:30 PM HILUARD HIGH
27 7:37 AM 1 2:15 PM HILUARD ELEMENTARY


Route: 5306 Bus : 290 School: HMS, HES
Driver CONNER,G
CR 115, HADDOCK RD, MIDDLE RD, CRAWFORD LN, HADDOCK IN, CR
108
AM P/U PM D/O STOP DISCRIPTiON
6:40 AM 2:10 PM LEAVES BUS LOT
1 6:43 AM 3 2:57 PM 37426 KINGS FERRY RD
2 6:44 AM .4 2:58PM CR115 @ LIUBBYRD
3 6:45 AM 5 2:59 PM 371053 KINGS FERRY RD
4 6:46 AM 6 3:00 PM KINGS.FERRY RD @ SUN KING DR
5 6:50AM 7 3:05 PM 48088 HADDOCK RD
6 6:52AM 8 3:09PM 48586 HADDOCK RD
7 6:53 AM 9 3:10PM HADDOCK RD @ VANZANT RD
8 6:55AM 10 3:12PM 48366 HADDOCK DR
9 6:56 AM 11 3:15PM HADDOCK RD @TRACERTR
10 6:57AM 12 3:16PM 481299 HADDOCK RD
11 6:58 AM 13 3:17PM 474278 MIDDLE RD
12 6:59 AM 14 3:19PM MIDDLERD @TREESTAR PR
13 7:00AM 15 3:20PM 474694 MIDDLE RD
14 7:01 AM 16 3:22PM 48209 MIDDLE RD
15 7:02AM 17 3:23 PM 475097 MIDDLE RD
16 7:03 AM '18 3:24 PM 475983 MIDDLE RD
17 7:07 AM 19 3:28 PM 377990 KINGS FERRY RD (STORE)
18 7:08 AM 20 3:29 PM 475076 MIDDLE RD @ HARMONY PR
19 7:09 AM 21 3:30 PM 48303 CRAWFORD RD
20 7:10 AM 22 3:31PM 48458 CRAWFORD RD
21 7:12AM 23 3:35 PM 473567 MIDDLE RD
22 7:13AM 24 3:36PM 473183 MIDDLE RD
23 7:14AM 25 3:37 PM 473402 MIDDLE RD
24 7:15 AM 26 3:39 PM TURKEYTOWN @JACKSON COVE PR
25 7:19 AM 27 3:45 PM 47225 MIDDLE RD
26 7:22 AM 28 3:46 PM 151495CR 108
27 7:25 AM 29, 3:47 PM 151086CR 108
28 7:37 AM 2 2:15 PM HILUARD HIGH SCHOOL
29 7:40 AM 1 2:30.PM HILUARD ELEMENTARY
Route: 5307 -Bus: 275 School: HMS, HES
Driver: FREDERICK, K
MULBERRY LANDING ANNEX, McINTOSH RD. BELL RD, CR 115, CR 121
AM, P/U PM 'D/O STOP DESCRIPTION
S 6:55 AM 2:10 PM LEAVES BUS LOT
1 7:01 AM .20 3:22PM 11120 MULBERRY LANDING ANX
2 7:02AM 19 3:21 PM 10914 MULBERRY LANDING ANX
3 7:04 AM 18 3:20 PM MULBERRY LANDING ANX @ MCCAULEY LN
4 7:05AM 17 3:19PM 10308 MULBERRY. LANDINGANX
5 7:06AM 16 3:18PM 10510MULBERRYLANDINGANX
6 7:07 AM 15 3:05 PM A LiTEL OFFICEON CR 121
7 7:10AM '14 3:04 PM C.15tI, 2I-'Ti
8 7:13AM 13' 3:03 PM tiJT CI 121
9 7:14AM 12 3:02 PM ci631C'pI' i
,', 1I t.1 11 3:01 PM CR115@'FLYINGG
I1 io AM.1 10 2:59PM CR 115@GUYNN DR
12 7:20AM 9 2:55PM BAYRD@McINTOQSHRD
13 7:22AM 8 2:54PM I,.', D -'. CP:11. B-AI jCH RiD
14 7:24AM 7 2:52 PM I 5 i B-,4 F
15 7:25 AM 6 2:51 PM BAYRD@ BELLRD
16 7:26 AM 5 2:50 PM 172588 BAY RD .
17 7:27 AM 4 2--J4F1.l GOODWIN'LN@END
18 7:28 AM 3 2:45 PM BAYRD@ PEE WEE LN
19 7:32 AM 2 2:30 PM HILLIARD HIGH SCHOOL
20 7:35 PM 1 2:15 PM HILLIA:C' ELMENII 'IA '
Route: 5308 Bus: 362 School: HMS, HES
Dilver.MARIIN MICHEIE
LESSIE RD. COOPERS NECK RD, TIMMONS RD, IHOMPSON RD, CR 115 A
M:. PiU lP1 C''~ iO-P IESCiPnCriTO
A.1 2 1if., r.%1 ..,ES. BuS LO i
I C Si 4.1 2 3 32 F.I. '; Lei-Lie '*5'E*i LN
2 6:52 AM 31 3:26PM 58104 COOPERS NECK RD
3 6:53 AM "-n' 325P.1 58321 COOPERSNECK RD.
4 ,6:55AM 1.0, I5.1 M5,i, C Y:C,, E.c "';.
5 6:59AM 28 3:22PM F.6 -S Ti.olr o 4r.r ,c.
6 7:03AM 27 3:16 PM 5,'i'"- E ISIiE I-
7 7:05AM 26 3 1: P'M ':.": LE-F,: r
. 8, 7:06 AM 25 3 IJ PM Pl 1.' l2 LE':'.TE D
9 7:07 AM 24 i i3 rF 5"'J7I' LEf .,2 IR .
10 q 7:08AM 23 3i2 r .'.' ,LEt i .R. '
11 7:09 AM 22 3:11 PM 577016LESSIERD
12 7:10AM 21'3:10PM LEtE i ',r1 WOiJ L ,D '
13 7:11 AM 20 3:04PM 3'7 'ri.--,Fi', PEC '
14 7:12AM 19 3:03 PM .-i2e i 15- 6i'8wC HiJIEr LrI
15 7:13 AM 18 3:02 PM Nri'-'.: fir. r.' ,: rIlGHi HAWK ilh
16 7:14AM 17 3:01 PM ,iN "', f tE'',F .-1 iH'- .PFt' 1j FO. r
17 7:15AM 16 3:00PM Filj,: FEKZ i", -,, "S."1-': D.6 ,
18 7:16AM 15 2:59 PM' ir-ji3; i:ERi;, r;CD, -uLItE D
19 7:17 AM 14.2:58PM IA iTr,: cEP: PD r ,IE'1.1riDIA l D
20 7:18AM 13 2:57 PM Am-82 r.:_-,' FEi-'r. r,.
21 7:19AM 12 2:56PM 376175 KINGS FERRY RD '
22 7:20 AM 11 2:55 PM 375939 KINGS FERRY RD
23 7:21 AM .10 2:54PM 375827 KINGS FERRYRD
24 7:22 AM 9 2:53 PM 374394 KINGS FERRY RD
25 7:23 AM 8.-2:52 PM 374244 KINGS FERRY RD
26 7:24 AM 7 2:51PM 38276 KINGS FERRYRD @ TACOMA TR
27 7:25AM 6 2:50PM 2970CR 115
28 7:26 AM 5 2:49 PM KINGS FERRY RD @ ACORN RD
29 7:27 AM 4 2:48 PM 371352 KINGS FERRY RD
30 7:28 AM 3 2:47 PM KINGS FERRY RD @ UBBY RD
31 7:38 AM 2 2:30 PM HILUARD HIGH
32 7:40 AM, 1 2:15PM HILULIARD ELEMENTARY

Route: 5309 Bus: 277 School: HMS, HES
Driver: CREWS, K
PINE ST, HENRY SMITH RD, CR 108, KRISTIE CIRCLE SHGEORGIA ST
PM P/U PM D/O STOP DESCRIPTION
1 6:47 AM 2:10PM LEAVES BUS LOT ,
2 7'00 AM 10: CiP.1, GE-I.Ai IiiE, LN,
k,','.!.l'-,, 11 ,, 1 .' ,- 1 1 u ',
5' 7:18AM 7 M P', Pr.1 -,-i hrif '
6 7:19AM 6 2:56PM 37158 HENRY SMITHRD
7 7:22 AM 5 2:54 PM PINE ST @ FALCON DR' .
8 7:25 AM 2 2:52 PM PINE ST @ FINCH DR
9 7:30 AM 3 2:50 PM RAINBOW DAY CARE ,
10 7:32AM 4 2-35 PM HILUARD HIGH
11 7:40 AM- 1 2 15 PM HILUARD ELEMENTARY
Route: 5310 Bus: 278 School: HMS, HES
Driver. LOVETT, S
BULFORD RD, EASTWOOD RD, POOLE RD, AULICE ST. US 1
AM P/U PM' D/O STOP DESCRIPTION
'7:00AM 2:10AM LEAVES'BUS LOT
1 ,7:08AM 18 3:10PM POOLE RD(ATEND)
2 7:11tAM 17:3:07PM 37172BULFORDRD
.3 7:12AM 16 3:05 PM 37360BULFORDRD
4 .7:13AM 15 3:03 PM 37140EASTWOODRD
5 7:14AM 14, 3:00 PM 37076 MUNDEE PL
6 -7:15AM 13 2:59PM 37113 EASTWOOD RD
S7 7:16AM 12 2:58PM 37118 EASTWOODRD
8 7:17AM 11 2:57 PM Ez i E 'TviJCi'r 9 7:18AM 10 2:56PM 3"7,. 6 E;r'G. ,:' C'C.
10 7:19AM 9 2:52 PM, EA'iTWXOC-,D CAAF rI.IMEWl1S
11 7:20AM 8 2:50PM E F2W.:CT --.'t_, 4-,,LICE 5T
12 7:21 AM 7 2:49 PM E P -.-V':.:' iD ,-' ,. I D W ELL AUTO)
13 7:22AM 6 2:48PM 55174USHWY1
14 7:23 AM 5 2:47 PM US 1 @ INGRAM RD.
15 7:24 AM 4 2:45 PM 551446 US 1 (PINETREEAPARTMENTS)
16 7:25 AM 3 2:44 PM SE ENTERTAINMENT US 1
17 7:30 AM 2 2:30 PM HILUARD HIGH
18. 7:37 AM. 1 2:15PM HILLIARD ELEM

Route: 5311 Bus: 283- School: HMS, HES
Driver: BARBER. L .
US 1 NORTH, WEDGEWOOD WAY, KELLY LN, HOLIDAY DR. PRATT SIDING
RD, PATSY LN, VICTORY LN, US I SOUTH
AM P/U PM ,D/0 STOP DESCRIPTION.
6:55 AM 2:10PM LEAVES BUS LOT '
1 7:00AM 3 2:47 PM US 1 @ PATRIOT'S RENTALS
2 7:02 AM 4 2:49 PM UJ 1 @1 BROCkWOOD DR
3 7:04AM 7 2:51 PM 36,.6,'0,EDGEW,'"DW,,A,
4 7:05AM 8 2:52PM ii 10WEDGEW&C'OD WA,'
5 7:06AM 9 2:53 PM' 36486 WE,-3EW.T,'C'DW.'.,
. 6 7:09AM 6 2:54PM FR-l' lC0hilG RD,, 'iCTC,',. L ,'
7 7:12AM 5 2:56PM PRATTSIDINGRD@PATSYLN' "
8 7:14AM 10 3:05PM 36130 HOLIDAY DR ,.


9 7:15 AM 11 3:06 PM US 1 @CYPRESS VILLAGE APARTMENTS
10 7:17AM 12 3:08 PM US 1 COUNTRY CRAFT STORE
11 7:19AM 13 3:09 PM US 1 @ HILLIARD SOUTH APARTMENTS
12 7:20AM 14 3:10PM 545940US 1 NORTH
13 7:21 AM 15 3:11 PM 55411 US 1 OLD CARPET BARN .
14 7:22 AM 16 3:12 PM US 1 @ C&B TIRE (ACROSS FROM WENDY'S)
15 7:23 AM 17 3:13 PM 551378US1
16 7:30 AM 2 2:30 PM HILUARD MIDDLE SENIOR HIGH
17 7:35 AM 1 2:15 PM HILUARD ELEMENTARY
Route: 5312 Bus: 292 School: HMS, HES
Driver RAY, J
WILLIE HODGES RD, LORENA DR, CR 108,PINE ST, ROWE RD,-HENRY
SMITH RD, MAGNOUA DR, INGHAM RD,
AM P/U PM D/O STOP DESCRIPTION
7:00AM 2:10 PM LEAVES BUS LOT
1 7:05AM' 22 3:12 PM 15590CR 108
2 7:07 AM 21 3:11 PM 26280 DEMPSEY CONNER RD
3 7:08 AM 20 3:10PM CR 108 @ KARNCHAPKING RD
4 7:09AM 19 3:08PM 15462CR 108
5 7:10AM 18 3:05 PM 26365 WILLIE HODGESRD
6. 7:11 AM 17 3:00PM 26457 WILUE HODGES RD
7 7:14AM 16 2:58PM 26195SHEARDSTOKESRD
8 7:15AM 15 2:57PM 26196SHEARDSTOKESRD
9 7:16AM 14 2:56PM 26260 SHEARD STOKES RD @ HA STOKES RE
10 7:18 AM 13 2:55 PM 262219PEAVINESPL
11 7:19AM 12 2:53PM 15641 CR108
12 7:20AM 11 2:52 PM 15671 CR 108
13 7:21 AM 10 2:50 PM 371426 HENRY SMITH RD
14 7:22 AM 9 2:48 PM 36174 PINE ST
15 7:23AM 8 2:47PM PINE ST @ LORENA DR
16 7:24AM 7 2:46PM PINEST @ NEACHELEST
17 7:26 AM 6 2:44 PM INGHAM RD @ MAGNOLIA DR
18 7:27 AM 5 2:43 PM 37130 INGHAM RD
19 7:28AM 4 2:42 :M.1 3- 1 :. t I- rH .,
20 7:30 AM 3 2:41 PM 37059 BROKEN BRIDGE RD
21 7:32AM 2 2:30 PM HILUARD HIGH
22 7:37 AM 1 2:15 PM HILLIARD ELEMENTARY .

Route: 5313 Bus: 293 School: HMS, HES
Driver: VANZANT, T
US I N, BUFORD GROVE CHURCH, DAVIS RD, OAKHILL STORE, LAKE
HAMPTON RD, CR 121,TRACY RD. JOE HADDOCK RD, US 1 SOUTH
AM P/U PM D/O STOP DESCRIPTION
6:42 AM 2:10 PM LEAVES BUS LOT
1 6:50 AM 3 2:51 PM 553808 U S 1 NORTH
2 6:53 AM 4 2:54 PM 28683 DAVIS RD
3 6:54AM 5. 2:56PM 2 0-J DC.!I:, I0
4 6:56AM 9 2:58 PM Ic.-,r_ '.7LIC.'riJE rPD
5 6:57 AM 7 2:59PM 28192 DAVIS RD
6 6:58 AM .8 3:01 PM 553796 U S 1 NORTH
7 6:59 AM 9 3:02 PM 553880 U S -" II.:-1iH
8 7:00AM 10 3:03 PM 55394 US 1 rI'IH
9 7:01 AM 11 3:04 PM 542095 US 1 NORTH
10 7:03 AM 12 3:06 PM .542115US1 NORTH
11 7:04AM 13 3:08 PM OAKHILL RV PARK
12 7:06 AM 14 3:11 PM 28136 KARMA WAY
13 7:09 AM 15 3:14 PM US 1 @ PISTOL PETE'S ,
14 7:11 AM 16 3:17 PM 2857 FOX GLOVE RD'
15 7:14AM, 17 3:18 PM 18298 JOE HADDOCK RD
16 7:15AM 18 3:19 PM 281'203TRACY RD
17 7:16AM 19 3:20PM 241896CR121
18 7:17AM 20 3:21 PM 241994CR 121
19 7:18AM 21 3:22PM BOW TIE ALLEY
20 7:19AM 22 3:24 PM 241905CR 121
21 7:20 AM 23 3:25 PM 28028YELLOW ROSE LN
'22 7:21 AM 24 3:26 PM 241947 CR 121
23 7:22AM 25 3:27PM 241965CR 121
24 7:23 AM 26 3:28 PM COUNTRY STORE
25 7:24 AM 27 3:30 PM 28030 CHURCH RD
26 7:25 AM. 28 3:31 PM 28269 CHURCH RD
27 7:26 AM 29 3:32 PM 542338 US 1 SOUTH
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T P AN ADCALL (904) 261-3696CLAS
WEDNESDAY ISSUE MONDAY AT 5 P.M., FOR THE FRIDAY ISSUE WEDNESDAY AT 5 P.M.


100 ANNOUNCEMENTS 204 Work Wanted 403 Financial-Home/Property 606 Photo Equipment & Sales 619 Business Equipment 800 REAL ESTATE 813 Investment Property 858 Condos-Unfurnished
101 Card of Thanks 205 Live-in Help 404 Money To Loan 607 Antiques-Collectibles 620 Coal-Wood- Fuel 801 Wanted to Buy or Rent 814 West Nassau County 859 Homes-Furnished
102 Lost & Found 206 Child Care SO0 FARM & ANIMAL 608 Produce 621 Garden/Lawn Equipment 802 Mobile Homes 815 Kingsland/St. Marys 860 Homes-Unfurnished
103 In Memoriam 207 Business Opportunity 501 Equipment 609 Appliances 622 Plants/Seed/Fertilizer 803 Mobile Homes Lots 816 Camden County 861 Vacation Rentals
104 Personals 300 EDUCATION 502 Livestock & Supplies 610 Air Conditioners/Heaters 623 Swap/Trade 804 Amelia Island Homes 817 Other Areas 862 Bed & Breakfast
105 Public Notice 301 Schools & Instruction 503 Pets/Supplies 611 Home Furnishings 624 Wanted to Buy 805 Beaches 850 RENTALS 863 Office
106 Happy Card 302 Diet/Exercise 504 Services 612 Musical Instruments 625 Free Items 806 Waterfront 851 Roommate Wanted 864 Commercial/Retail
107 Special Occasion 303 Hobbies/Crafts 600 MERCHANDISE 613 Televis io -Stereo 700 RECREATION 807 Condominiums 852 Mobile Home 1865 Warehouse
108 Gift Shops 305 Tutoring 601 Garage Sales 614 Jewelry/Watches 701 Boats & Trailers 808 Off Island/Yulee 853 Mobile Home Lots 900 TRANSPORTATION
200 EMPLOYMENT 306 Lessons/Classes 602 Articles for Sale 615 Building Materials 702 Boat Supplies/Dockage 809 Lots 854 Room 901 Automobiles
201 Help Wanted 400 FINANCIAL 603 Miscellaneous 616 Storage/Warehouses 703 Sports Equipment Sales 810 Farms & Acreage 855 Apartments-Unfurnished 902 Trucks
202 Sales-Business 401 Mortgages Bought/Sold 604 Bicycles 617 Machinery-Tools-Equip. 704 Recreation Vehicles 81 Commercial/Retail 856 Apartments-Unfurn. 903 Vans
203 Hotel/Restaurant 402 Stocks & Bonds 605 Computers-Supplies 618 Auctions 705 Computers & Supplies 812 Property Exchange 857 Condos-Furnished 904 Motorcycles
905 Commercial

THE NEWS-LEADER SERVICE DIRECTORY Is LOCATED ON PAGE 13B


102 Lost & Found
LOST MALE CHIHUAHUA in Lowe's
parking lot on Mon. 7/25. Artswers to
name "Dobi". Black w/brown markings.
Call 548-0308 or 583-6083.
If you have lost your cat or dog, pls.
check both animal shelters. The Nassau
Humane Society facility is located at 671
Airport Rd. (next to the airport), & the
County Animal Shelter, 86078 License Rd.
in Yulee (next to the drivers license bldg.).,

104 Personals I
DIVORCE $175-$350* Covers children,
etc. Only one signature req'd. *Excludes
gov't fees. Call ,weekdays (800)462-2000
ext. 600 (8am-7pm), Divorce Tech'.
Established 1977. FCAN
ARRESTED OR INJURED Need a
lawyer? All criminal defense. & personal
injury. Felonies, Misdemeanors, DUI,
Domestic Violence, Traffic, Auto Accident,
Wrongful Death. "Protect Your Rights" A-
A-A Attorney Referral Service (800)733-
5342. FCAN ,
Cash For Your Accident! Injured In an
accident? Lawsuit pending? Need cash
NOW? We provide cash' advances for
personal injury claims. Financial relief. Toll
free (888)375-0565 or (727)375-0565.
FCAN
IS STRESS RUINING Your Life? Read
DIANETICS by Ron, L Hubbard. Call (813)
872-0722 or send $7.99 to Dianetics,
3102 N. Habana Ave., Tampa, FL 33607..
FCAN

105 Public Notice 1

All Real Estate advertised herein
is subject to the Federal Fair
Housing Act, which makes it illegal
to advertise any preference,
limitation, or discrimination based
on race, color, religion, sex,
handicap, familial status or national
origin, or the Intention to make any
such preference, limitation or
discrimination.
The News-Leader will not knowingly
accept any advertising for real
estate which is in violation of the
law. All persons are hereby
informed that all dwellings
advertised are available on an equal
opportunity basis.
,If you believe that you may *have
been discriminated against In
connection with the sale, rental or
financing of housing, call the United
States Department of Housing and
Urban Development HUD -
1(800)669-9777, or for the hearing
impaired 1(800)927-9275.





201 Help Wanted
HOMEBUILDER SEEKING an
organized, detail oriented individual for its
accounting department. This person must
have a minimum of 4-6 years experience
in g/l, job costing, fixed assets and
financial statements. Proficiency in Excel.
and other Microsoft Office products is also
necessary. We offer competitive salary
with health insurance and IRA. Fax
resume, 261-8838.
JOIN THE #1 HOUSECLEANERS ON
THE ISLAND We work Mon-Fri cleaning
Amelia Island's finest homes. 4-6 hrs per
day, no nights, no weekends, ho holidays.
$8/hr. Hurry in to Armoires, Etc., 1667 S.
8th St. to apply.
SENIOR PROGRAMMER ANALYST
Nassau County has an opening for a
Senior Programmer Analyst at $39,783 -
$56,212 annually plus benefits. Requires a
BA or BS in Computer Science or
equivalent supplemented by 3 to 7 years
of an equivalent combination of education,
and MCAD, MCP, MCSD certifications a
plus. Must possess valid drivers license.
Applications accepted through August 5,
2005 and can be obtained ,in the Human
Resources Department located at 96161
Nassau Place, Yulee, FL 32097. Phone
(904)321-5908 or fax' (904)321-5926.,
EOE/M/F/D/V Drug .Free Workplace.
Sales Reps, Sales Managers -
$4000/wk Is what our top sales people
earn. Highly successful national co.
expanding. Will train. Call Jay (800)685-
8004. FCAN
Driver CDL-A req'd.
COASTAL TRANSPORT
Home Every Night &
Weekend Guaranteed
Dedicated Shorthaul
Avg. $768 $999/wk
85% Preloaded/Pretarped
Part-time opening avail!
Jacksonville, FL Terminal
877-428-5627
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COMPANY & 0/0 Needed 87i per mile
all Dead head 'paid + fsc. Call Don
Saltsman CTC Trucking Inc. (321)639-
1522. FCAN
Clementina's NOW HIRING -
(Organic Produce & Deli, Juice &
Smoothie Bar, Inspirational Books &
Gifts). FT Positions Available: Food
Prep, Smoothie Bar, Register Stations &
Business Manager. Exp'd Only with
Excellent Ref's Need Apply. Non-
Smoker/Alcohol/Drug Applicants Only.,
Pis call 277-2690 or fax resumes with
cover letter of Interest & salary
requirements to fax 277-2460.
Vehicle Maintenance &
Groundskeeper Needed to start
immediately. Must have valid driver's
license & transportation. $9 per hour.
Call (904)491-4383.
FRAMERS NEEDED
Good pay for experience. Call
(904)382-0191, Andrew Watkins.
Watkins Carpentry, Inc.
BREWER SEPTIC looking for Laborer.
Please call (904)225-0471.
Earn $$$ Helping MDs! Process medical
claims from home. Call the Federal Trade
.Commission to find out how to spot
medical billing scams. 1(877)FTC-HELP.'
A message from the News-Leader and the
FTC.
Headwaiter & Asst. Chef for' new
restaurant coming soon. Base salary.
Clean cut & dedicated. Also dishwasher,
cashier, waitstaff. (904)557-3782,
(904)703-4265 -
LOCAL TRUCKING COMPANY seeking
to fill Supervisor position. Experience a
must. Will have the responsibility of
supervising 20-30 employees. Salary -
negotiable. Serious inquiries only. Call Sue
Robbins (800)392-4957,
NAIL TECHNICIAN MAGNA'S SALON.
Centre Street location. Commission,
health insurance. Please call (904)321-
0404.
PT Bookkeeper-exp. in payables,
recvbis, & Quickbooks. Flex hrs. PT
attendant at car wash. Willing to work
wknds. Apply in person, First Coast Car
Wash, Sadler Rd.
NEEDED WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS
for the fourth fastest growing company
in the world, faster than Wal-Mart.
(904)277-9649
UNITED & STRONG CONSTRUCTION -
now hiring framers & helpers, $10 to $25
per hour. Benefits & paid vacation after
one year. Call Shawn (904)237-5098.
LUMBER YARD HELP WANTED -
Braddock's Ace Hardware, Yulee
(904)225-9922.
JOB OPENING Part-time, 15-20 hrs.
Will train AppIly ,irperson, The UPS Store,
41 S fd ~ ywrR (next to Publlx) .
inaeoendently owned.
LIFETOUCH is seeking friendly and
flexible photographers who enjoy working
in a school environment with children and
adults. Early morning hours traveling NE
Florida and SE Georgia. Must have a valid
drivers license. and dependable
transportation capable of carrying several
suitcase sized photography cases.
Complete background and driving record
checked. Work is seasonal, photography
experience helpful but not necessary. Call
(800)279-4483.
$600 WEEKLY working through the
government part-time. No experience. A
lot of opportunities. (800)493-3688 Code
J-14. FCAN
EXPERIENCED FRAME CARPENTERS
NEEDED Call Tony, 583-0562.
RETAIL STORE MANAGER NEEDED -
Centre Street. Full time. Fax resume to
(904)321-1796.
Assistant Director of Nursing Must be
a R.N. licensed in the state of Florida.
Prior supervisory experience a must/long
term care experience a plus. Contact
Teresa 'Branson, RN, 'Director of Nursing -
Quality Health, 1625 Lime St., Fernandina.
(904)261-0771. EEO, DFWP









Pipelayers, excavator
operators,
loader operators.
Drug Screen Required.
Jensen Civil Construction
9100 Philips Hwy., Jax
EOEm/fl/d/v


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HIRING:


QUALITY LICENSED AGENTS

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EXPERIENCE REAL ESTATE

THE WAY IT SHOULD BE

MORE BUSINESS= MORE CONSISTENT EARNINGS


CALL DAVID HARDEE

r FOR CONFIDENTIAL INTERVIEW


REALTOR 904-753-0511E


RESEARCH ANALYST for growing
Democratic and corporate survey research
firm in Fernandina Beach, FL. Must be
detail oriented, positive, responsible, and
a problem solver looking for a challenge.
Strong analytical and organizational skills,
solid verbal and written skills, and ability
to handle tight deadlines are needed for
success. Advanced knowledge of Excel or
working knowledge of standard statistical
packages (SPSS) or cross-tabular
programs required. Salary DOE $24,500-
$33,500 plus health and retirement
benefits and potential bonuses. EOE.
Fax: (904)491-0594
or e-mail: lnfo@hbstaff.com
JOIN THE PRUDENTIAL
REAL ESTATE TEAM
You are invited to join the team at
Prudential Chaplin Williams Realty. We
are now interviewing new and
experienced licensed real estate agents.
Call Jim Ewing at (904)225-8844 to set
up a confidential interview.
RETAIL SALES HELP Weekends.
Unusual Shop. (904)277-9664
'NOW HIRING PASTRY CHEF Flexible
hours. Starting immediately. Resume
needed. Please call (904)277-6644.
CDL DRIVER for local hauls. Haul sod
& plants. $12.50/hr. Call Tammy at (904)
225-9000.,
ELIZABETH POINTE LODGE Weekend
P/T front desk to do night audit 3pm-
11pm + mid shift 12 noon-8pm. Please
apply in person, 98 S. Fletcher Ave.
YMCA After School Program now
hiring for experienced Site Directors in
*Yulee area; Stop by YMCA to pick up
application.
SEEKING- hardworking mechanically
inclined, person for assistant mechanic
position. Also, personnel for grounds
maintenance. Royal Amelia Golf Club,
491-8500.
NOW HIRING
Companies desperately need employees to
assemble products at home. No selling,
any hours. $500 weekly potential. Info
1-985-646-1700 DEPT. FL41380.
RESIDENTIAL INSTRUCTOR Outward
Bound Wilderness program has immediate
openings for creative, flexible person to
work in residential program. Background
Screening, Driver's License, CPR and First
Aid required. Send letter of interest and
resume to Program Director, 87692 Bell
River Estates Road, Yulee, FL 32097.
Now Hiring For 2005 Postal Positions
$17.50-$59+/hr. Full benefits, paid
training & vacations. No experience
necessary. (800)584-1775 ext. 5600.
FCAN
SPANKY'S now hiring experienced
Servers & Cooks. Fun atmosphere! Call
(904) 261-7100, ask for Management.
O/O DRIVER FFE, The F/S is higher
Sr al Dn'L.' baE pla pe proided rjo
truck no problem Love co.t leas,. purcnase
with payment as low as $299/wk.
(800)569-9298. FCAN
HERE WE GROW AGAIN!
Artistic Florist has the following
positions open: Full time and part-time
floral designers. Creative, energetic, and
experienced. Designer's Assistant.
Front/Telephone Sales neat and
professional experience' a must. Apply in
person at 1875 B South 14th St.


EXECUTIVE

HOUSEKEEPER

Housekeeping supervision
preferred. Must be hands
on. Weekends required.
Come join our enthusiastic
family, where we will
know your name.

Call: Jason W. at
(904) 277-2300,
fax resume to
(904) 277-1839
or e-mail:
jwinberg@bellsouth.net
(no walk-ins please)
t


RENTAL RESERVATIONIST AND
SECRETARY Full time, position,
experienced only. Computer knowledge a
must. Rental and Real Estate office.
Unique Realty. Resume by fax: 261-2228

HOUSEKEEPING SUPERVISORS.
Multi-state leader in resort housekeeping
is recruiting for this position at our Amelia
Island location. Above average pay.
Benefits offered. Call (904)591-6484.
ESCAPADE CASINO hiring F/t & P/T
Bartenders & Dining Room Servers. Apply
in person at 2477 Sadler Rd., Fernandina
Beach, M-F, 9am-4pm.
EXP'D ONLY OFFICE HELP QuickBooks
exp. & construction knowledge a plus.
Call (904)225-0959.
LOCAL TRACTOR-TRAILER DRIVERS
Needed Immediately
Requirements: ,
Class A-CDL
2 years verifiable experience
Clean MVR
Call 1-800-392-4957, ask for Sue
Robbins.
BB&T
RELATIONSHIP BANKER
Seeking candidate for our Fernandina
Beach. office with bank customer
service/sales experience to Initiate,
develop and manage relationships.
Excellent interpersonal/communication
skills. Excellent compensation package.
Please apply on line at www.bbandt.com.
EOE/AA/D/V, Drug Free Workplace.
HOUSEKEEPERS -' at Master Corp.
Average $10 per hour. We train you at
$7.50 per hour. Work is scheduled for
Friday/ Saturday/Sunday.. Paid. weekly.
Benefits offered. Must have own
transportation. Call (904)591-6484.
CAS MAAGR -Bacelr'sdegeein


CASE MANAGER Bachelor's degree in
Human Services or related field with one
year experience; or Bachelor's degree in
non-Human Services field with three years
related experience. Position works with
children and adults with emotional 'and
mental health disorders. Full time position
in our Yulee office. Please submit your
letter of interest, resume and salary
-requirements to: Sutton Place Behavioral
Health, Attn: HR Director, 910 South 8th
Street, Suite 300; Fernandlna Beach, FL
32034, FaX: (904)491-2007. EEO/DFWP
DRIVER Covenant Transport. Excellent
pay & benefits for experienced drivers,
0/0, Solos, Teams & Graduate Students.
Bonuses available. Refrigerated now
available. (888)MORE PAY, (888)667-
3729. FCAN
SCHEDULER/ESTIMATOR POSITION -
for detail oriented individual. Good
organizational skills required. Apply at
Amelia Glass, 1951 S. 8th Street.
LAND SURVEY CO. needs experienced
party chief & Instrument man. Please call
(904)321-0078.
HELP WANTED .,-,,-, :
Fernandina Sa,-r. '.a aro,'u p.a.tl-br. u
available. Inqu.re a( ss:re.
CONSTRUCTION TRIM & SIDING HELP
NEEDED near Rec. Center. Please call
(904)509-8355.
NOW HIRING QUALIFIED Drivers for
Central Florida. Local & OTR positions.
Food grade tanker. No hazmat. No pumps.
Great benefits, competitive pay, & new
equip. Need 2 yrs. exp. Call Bynum
Transport for your opportunity today
(800)741-7950. FCAN




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NOW HIRING
FOR
GRAND OPENING
FERNANDINA BEACH
474323 S.R. 200

FULL-TIME
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FOR

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Exciting Environment

CALL MON. FRI. 9-5
(904) 206-4046
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S/E & 3-STATE Run T/T Drivers. Home
weekends. Mileage pay, benefits, 401K.
Trainees welcome. Miami area. Exp. req.
21 min age/Class-A CDL. Cypress Truck
Lines (800)545-1351. FCAN
GLASS SHOP HELP WANTED 1 Glass
Technician wanted. 3 yrs exp. necessary. 1
hands on Construction oriented trainee
needed. Drug & alcohol free workplace.
Applications available at 1951 S. 8th St.
or by phone (904)261-9780.


Training Directors Coaches -
Activity Coordinators
PT & FT openings available working with
kids 11-18 in Nassau. County, FL.
Responsible for assessment, training
design, implementation, coordination,
tracking and evaluation. College degree
desired, plus some combination of work
experience in training, coaching,
counseling, education, military and/or
business is ideal. Positions require a very
consultative & motivational approach;
outstanding listening skills; a high level of
organization and dedication; along with a
healthy dose of creativity, leadership,
enthusiasm and self-direction.
Apply with resume (Word) and cover letter
describing your interests, along with
current and desired salary to:
susan@cisnassau.org
RESTAURANT SERVERS over the age
of eighteen to work at The Beach Club at
Summer Beach. Call (904)277-8015.
ACCESS TO COMPUTER
Work from home on-line.
1500-t1500 PTto
T500C1: +FT.
www.fortuneinsuccess.com/?refid=nn
Part-Time Accountant' Experienced
only. Quick Books a must. Fax resume to
(904)225-0003. Full Time Warehouse
Worker Call for appt. (904)225-0004.
LAWN MAINTENANCE & LANDSCAPE -
Must be drug free & have valid drivers
license. Call C.B. Murphy Lawn Service at
548-0004 or fax resume to 548-0184.

S204Work Wanted I

Wanted To Do Cleaning Residential,
rental or commercial. Quality first class
cleaning guarantee. Licensed & insured.
Call April or Betty (904)225-8663 or
(904)583-3672.
METAL & SHINGLE ROOFS/DECKS
INSTALLED Additions, Home Repair, All
Type Carpentry. For quote, call Jim
(904)583-3485.


206 Child Care
CHILD CARE Light housekeeping. Part-
time evenings 3:30-8:30pm M-F. Reliable
automobile. Responsible references
required. Send to PO Box 16628, FB
32035.








I 301 Schools&
Instruction
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chBusiness, paraFlexiblegal, computers 20-25 hrs. pJober





placement assistance. Computer &
financial aid if qualify. (866)858-2121.
PO Box 8237, Fernandina Bea ...m FCh, FL
306 Lessons/C&asses


COMPUTER CLASSES
Age 8 to 80. Held at Peck Center or your
home. It's easy when you know how!
Call Jan, 583-2870.



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502 Livestock
& Supplies

WE BUY, SELL & HAUL LIVESTOCK
B&H Farm, Yulee, FL
(904)753-1526

503 Pets/Supplies I
FREE DOGS Adult Lab mixes, yellow
male & black female. Friendly, but must
downsize pets. Call anytime (904)261-
3039.


AMELIA ISLAND CARE CENTER
IS CURRENTLY SEEKING PERSONS
FOR THE FOLLOWING POSITIONS:
; OMRPR- Qualified Mental Retardation Professional;
Full-time position in ICF/DD. Degree in social science or related field and
2 years experience in human services required. Caseload of approx. 20.
Good benefits & competitive salary.
GROUP HOME ASSISTANTS
FT/PT positions available in both group homes. Assist and train people in
self-care and household skills. Prefer individuals with home healthcare or
group home training or experience.
RLA Resident Living Assistants
Will assist clients in all areas of daily living and self-care duties.
RSM Residential Service Managers
Full-time positions available for first line supervisors. Supervisory experi-
ence in health care/residential setting with challenged individuals desired.
THERAPY TECH
Experience in therapeutic positioning and ROM exercise. Need 2 years with
the developmentally disabled with associates degree preferred.
COOK FT POSITIONS (II a-7:30p)
H.S. diploma/GED required. Prefer person with experience in quantity food
preparation and supervisory potential.
PHYSICAL THERAPIST
Consultant with experience in assistive technology adaptive/supportive
.equipment and wheelchair modifications. Requires current Florida licensure.
DRIVER (Full-Time Position)
Valid Driver's License, clean MVR and company approved defensive driving
course.
Apply to:
AMELIA ISLAND CARE CENTER
2700 Atlantic Avenue Fernandina Beach, FL 32034
(904) 261-5518
EOE/DRUG FREE WORKPLACE. DRUG TESTING IS REQUIRED.











THE RITZ-CARLTON
AMELIA ISLAND

A GREAT PLACE TO WORK

Positions Available in:

Engineering Stewarding
Valet Parking Food & Beverage


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Currently hiring experienced Servers for Caf6 4750
and experienced Administrative Assistants.

We are pleased to offer

an array of benefits that include:
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health care and family care spending accounts; paid
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I 503 Pets/Supplies I 601 Garage Sales I


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food and counseling. But the Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund is at its lowest level in over a decade. The situation
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KAREN & PAUL WERLING, BROKER-ASSOCIATE
RE/MAX PROFESSIONAL GROUP

303 Centre Street, Suite 102 Amelia Island, FL 32034

904-321-1999 TOLL FREE: 866-437-8505
www.TeamWerling.com


FREE LAB PUPPIES to a good home.
Call (904)225-8099.
FREE TO GOOD HOME Male Lab mix,
10 mos., great with older kids. (904)321-
1306 or 556-6126
House of Pets/Cards Sales
throughout. Hamsters,' gerbils, guinea
pigs free with cage purchase. Guinea
Pigs $14.88. Parakeets $9.88. Gerbils -
5/$5. Hamsters $3.00. Wednesday sale -
up to 50% off. Open Daily 131 So. 8th.
261-5311
AUSTRALIAN SHEPHERDS AKC, shots,
3 females/4 males, $600. (904)266-9082
LIKE NEW Large dog kennel, 36 length
by 27 high, front door, value $129, asking
$60. (904)261-1994




601 Garage Sales

YARD SALE Sat. 7/30, 9am-? 527
Sunset Road (off Bailey Road).
Glassware, copper, brass, knick-knacks,
clothes, shoes, bedspreads, other
household items.
HUGE GARAGE SALE Furniture,
knickknacks, clothing. Sat. & Sun., 9am-
5pm. 86012 John St., in Yulee close to
Felmore Rd. to Williams St. to John St.
Follow signs.,
YARD SALE Furniture, Broyhill crib,
antiques, 3-6 yr. good toys,
summer/winter designer clothes (girl 6,
boy 4), surfboard, household. All good
cond. Sat. 7/30, 8am-? Rain 8/6. 223 N.
4th St. (downtown Fernandina).
YARD SALE Sat. 7/30, 8am-11am.
Cleaning house: clothes, toys, some
furniture, personal items. 2943 Pinedale
Road (off Bailey Road).
MOVING SALE All must go! Computer
desk, table w/4 chairs, spreader, dryer, &
more. Glen Laurel off Chester Rd. In Yulee,
96632 Sweetbriar Ln. Sat. 7/30, 8am-?
FRI. 7/29 & SAT. 7/30 8am-lpm.
Household stuff, TV cabinet, computer
table w/chair, & lots of misc. 84030 St.
Paul Blvd. (In Yulee, Lofton Oaks
subdivision).
MOVING SALE Sat. 7/30, 8:30am till
after 5:00). Good cond. sofa, chairs,
dining rm. set, entertainment center
w/insert, PS 2 games, clothes, Yugloh
cards, Nissan Maxima 2001, 60,000 miles.
Worthington Dr. (Page Hill subd.)
(904)548-0143
MOVING SALE Sat. 7/30, 8am-3pm.
3676 Old Nassauville Rd. Furniture,
refrigerator, kitchen, 50" TV, linens, toys,
6000 lb. deco boat lift, & lots of misc.
BIG SALE Moving. Lots, of furniture,
clothes, bric-a-brac. 1517 Atlantic Ave.
Fri. 7/29 & Sat. 7/30, 8am-2pm.
YARD SALE 311 North 18th St. Thurs.
7/28, FrI. 7/29 & Sat. 7/30, 8am-? Kayak
$300, and other great stuff!
SAT. 7/30 8am-12pm. 86034 Knotted
Oak Way (Hickory Village off Miner Rd. In
Yulee). Furniture, clothes, & appliances.
GARAGE SALE 4522 Fiddlers Drive
(PIney Island). Fri. 7/29 & Sat. 7/30,
9am-lpm. Gas range & fireplace, dining
table/chairs, lawn equipment, fishing
equipment, & other household items.
FINAL MOVING SALE 305 N. 14th
ST. Everything must go. No
reasonable offer refused. Items include
big screen TV, 3 desks, large filing
cabinet, dining table & chairs,
bookshelves, Jaguar memorabilia,
queen size bed & bedding, camper,
1999 Van, & lots more. Sat. 7/30,
9am-2pm. NO EARLY BIRDS.
HUGE MULTI-FAMILY Sat. 7/30, 7am-
12pm. 1796 Mobley Heights Rd. (off CR
107). All proceeds will be donated to
eannlie's Jungle Wildlife Rehai. Help save
c qur wildlife.
CELEBRATION BAPTIST CHURCH Flea
Market Rummage Sale 8/13, Miner Rd.
Vendors needed. $10 per space or donate
Items for the sale. For Information call
225-0777. Proceeds Mission Trip.
MOVING SALE Fri. 7/29 & Sat. 7730,
8:30am-2pm. Furniture, antiques, gas
grill, complete set of china, & wide variety
of household items. 2832 Park Square
Place E., Egans Bluff III.
ESTATE SALE Furniture, tools, kitchen
items, & more. Fri. 7/29 & Sat. 7/30,
8am-3pm. 1710 Lisa Ave., Fern. Beach.


GARAGE SALE 23996 Creek Parke
Circle (Flora Parke subdivision). Sat.
7/30, 8am-noon. DVD's, camcorder,
ceiling fan, light fixtures, many misc.
household items.
HUGE 6-FAMILY YARD SALE 502 &
504 S. 17th St. Thurs., Fri. & Sat., 8am-
5pm. Motorcycle jack, stereo for '93 Vette,
lamps, antique BR set, couch, sleeper
sofa, recliner, tires & rims for Corvette,
bikes, toys, household items, clothes,
table & chairs, dinette set, '02 Main Street
Kawasaki 1500, '97 Jeep Wrangler, small
freezer, patio chairs & more. (904)753-
6179

S 602 Articles for Sale
SECTIONAL SOFA Huge turquoise L-
shaped, 2 reclines, hide-a-bed, with
corner curved table. $350. (904)261-4373
MAHOGANY DINING TABLE 8 chairs,
buffet, china cabinet. $2500. Will move
locally. (904)261-6258 or 753-0334
Refrigerator, white, side-by-side, good
condition, $200/OB0. Outboard motor,
Mercury 20HP, pull start, 60's vintage,
with 5 gal. gas tank, runs?, $275/OBO.
(904)415-1374 or (904)321-0582
DOUBLE STACK PIZZA Oven, dough
roller, pizza pans, only 4 months old. Call
(904)557-3782.
HWY. 17 N. FLEA MARKET open
Thursday thru Sunday, 7am-Spm.
Approx. 3 blocks N. of the A1A
intersection on Hwy. 17. Buyers & sellers
needed. 548-7297
SOFAS, LOVESEAT, OVERSTUFFED
chair, coffee tables, end table, kid's bike,
Usborne educational books. 335-0842/
491-5992
LADIES OR RETAIL DRESS RACKS -
One round stainless, one multi four
adjustable posts. Great for displays!
Contact Kathy Hardin (904)261-1994.
Reasonable!
RIDING MOWER, SELF PROPELLED,
push, chipper/shredder, washer/dryer.
Some small engine repair. BUY, SELL,
TRADE. (904)225-8999.
White Palm Casual Patio Furniture -
: Round table, 4 chairs, couch w/2
ottomans. All with aqua blue cushions.
Matching umbrella. $350. Call (904)261-
6891.
Toddler bed w/mattress $45, bassinet
'$25, boy's crib set w/accessories $40,
toddler princess set $20, Graco stroller
$25, Murray 4.0 bagger lawn mower $60,
Kaiser chrome rims 20" 5 lug fits Toyota &
Chevy $900, girls & boys clothes sz. 12
mos-5T. (904)556-6042
GIRLY-GIRLY'S now (3) spaces at
Eight Flags Antique Market, Centre Street,
offering a new space of elegant original
antiques. Also, still the same, fun, "All
things Girly" and original art by Kathleen
Hardin. Space #35. Visit often. Changes
weekly!
Island Scooter, $650. Island Scooter,
$625. '89 Dodge Caravan, 4 cyl., auto.,
$475. Poulan riding mower, bagger, 38"
new deck,-$450. Utility trailer, $175.
415-1893


1603 Miscellaneous

ABSOLUTELY NO COST To You Brand
new power wheelchairs & scooters. Call
toll free (800)843-9199 24 hrs/day to see
if you qualify. FCAN

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607 Antiques
& Collectibles
ANTIQUES FOR SALE Call 261-5368.


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and Marble Surround Classique Style Interior Doors
I Full Security System wlExtra Key Pad Programmable Thermostat
I Fungus Resistant Roof Shingles Built-In Over-the-Range
Upgraded Carpet Microwave
Upgraded Ceramic Wall Tile in 1 Bath
S (Valued qvsr $8,D. Expires 7.31.f. Subject to clangs without notice.)
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PALM Ill REALTY,


CALL SHAWN ADAMS i l! AT
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610 Air Conditioners
/Heating
HEAT/COOL WINDOW Units. Used all
sizes w/warranty. Repairs to central &
window AC's. Refrigerators & freezers.
KIsh's (904) 225-9717. We buy window
A/C's.

1611 Home Furnishingsl
RATTAN TABLE 42", off white, w/glass
top & 4 chairs. Excellent condition. $250.
(904)491-8534
36" vanities, $100. Teak bar, $250.
Armoire, $500. 32" Panasonic TV, $250.
Love seat, $500. Call (904)491-0405.

613 Television
Radio-Stereo
FREE DIRECT SATELLITE for 4
rooms. Add TiVo/DVR/HDTV. 220 channels
+ locals, $29.99/mo. First 500 orders get
free DVD player. (800)360-9901, Promo
$14700. FCAN
1615 Building Materialsi
METAL ROOFING Save $$$. Buy direct
from manufacturer. 20 colors in stock with
all accessories. Quick turn around.
Delivery available. Toll free (888)393-
0335. FCAN

1616 Storage/Warehousesl
NEW ALL STEEL BLDGS. 30x50,
40x80, 80x150. Up to 50% off. Call now,
Judy (800)839-1075. FCAN
FLORIDA BUILDING BLOWOUT FL
Product Approved. 30x40, 40x60, 40x100.
Limited offer. (800)300-2470 ext. 4.
www.allbldg.com. FCAN

624 Wanted To Buy
I BUY JUNK CARS & tow vehicles in
Nassau, Duval & surrounding counties.
.Cash paid. Warren Womac (904)879-
1190, leave message & I'll return your
call.



1701 Boats & Trailersi
1990 21' MAKO 200 Merc. Call
(904)261-5125.
BOAT, MOTOR & TRAILER 17 ft. Key
West with 115 Yamaha. Low hours. Great
condition. Garage kept. $6,850. Call cell
#(904)728-5963.
DECO 6000 LB. BOAT LIFT New.
$2,000. (904)491-3790

703 Sports Equipment
SalesI
WINDSURFING GEAR FOR SALE -
Beginner to advanced gear. Mistral, F2
Chinook ro name somr e Pla,.:.. .:a I
.9041i-i 3863 or 9i'04 i225-5815

704 Recreation Vehicles
4-WHEELER 2004 Yamaha Bruin 350.
Auto. 2WD. $2.000. Call (904)225-8043.

1705 Campers & Supplies
FOR SALE 1990 Viking Pop-Up Camper.
3 twin beds, refrigerator, stove, spare tire,
A/C. In good condition. $1,800. Call Jeff
(904)261-7774.





80,2 Mobile Homes
FOR SALE BY OWNER "a. i .
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$125,000. (904)583-2009
FOR SALE 1.25 acres with pond, double
wide mobile home needs work. Must sell.
$71,000. Call (904)777-4772.

j804 Amelia Island Homesi
SAVE YOUR HOME
Behind on payments? Home. in pre-
foreclosure? Any price any location. Call
Winning Property Soluctions (888)491-
6339.
INVESTMENT PROPERTY FOR SALE -
Newly remodeled 3BR/2BA home, large
lot. Has tenants. $225,000. (904)277-
8780, please leave message.

AMELIA PARK townhome on Park Ave.
3BR/2.5BA + loft. Fresh paint. New
carpet, tile & countertops. Granny flat
above 2-car garage. $220/sf. (2100 sq.
ft.) $462,000. (904)491-5435
FREE VIDEO CD
"Anne Loves Amelia Island"
No obligation call
583-0734 or visit
http://AnneBarbanel.com
C-21, John T. Ferreira & Son.
Anne Barbanel, Realtor
PARKWAY NORTH Golf community.
FSBO. Attractive 1-level, 3BR/2BA, formal
living/dining rooms, family w/FP, open to
breakfast/kitchen, Plantation shutters,
screened porch, 2-car garage, pond.
Appt. for Sat. & Sun., (904)491-8113

DUPLEX Mother in law suite, 3BR/3BA,
large backyard, jacuzzi. Must see!
(904)261-1178

AMELIA'PARK TOWNHOME for rent. 2
Master BR suites, 2.5 baths, 2 car garage,
patio, security system, 1600 sq. ft.,
$1200/mo. Available 8/1. Call 277-4453
or 206-1198.

ISLAND HOME 3/2. Newly renovated,
with home warranty available. Fenced
yard, quiet neighborhood. $165,000.
Brokers protected. Call 261-6868 or 415-
2999.


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FRIDAY, JULY 29.2005 CLASSIFIEDS NEWS-LEADER 13


S808 Off Island/Yulee 810 Forms & Acreage 1


Do you know what your house is
worth? Find out free,
WWW.IWANTTOSELLMYHOUSE.COM.
BEAUTIFUL WATERFRONT HOME -
Great location on Amelia Island. 2159sf,
3/2, spacious open floor plan, a must see,
co-op. $429,900. Call Sherrie (904)814-
2892 Virtual tour: www.amelia-home.com

4 Aiwelia Island Homesi
CUTE HOME Great condition. 3/1, close
to shopping, schools, nice fenced yard.
$163,000. Gay Browne, RE/MAX
Specialists (904)703-4265.


OCEANFRONT PROPERTY
Visit www.oceanfrontamelia.com for a
complete list, or call Bob Gedeon at
Oceanfront Realty (904)261-8870.


Waterfront Homes & Lots Call (904)
261-4066 for Information. C.H. Lasserre,
Realtor.
MARSH, WATER 1.97 LOT in High
Polnte. Beautiful setting next to multi-
million dollar eiome, priced to sell or OBO.
Gay Browne, RE/MAX Specialists (904)
703-4265.
MARSHFRONT/TIDAL to deep water.
Concrete block home, beautiful setting
located on 3/4 ac. on Blackrock Rd. Priced
to sell. $645,000. RE/MAX Specialists, Gay
Browne (904)703-4265.


TOWNHOME on Amelia Island
Plantation for sale by owner. 2 story,
3BR/3.5BA. Golf course & lake view. Close
beach access. Recently redecorated.
Contact PO Box 766-T, Fernandina Beach,
FL 32035.

Just Completed 1878sf home in Yulee
(Cartesian Pointe). 3BR/2BA; 2-car
garage, Close to schools, shopping & AlA.
19041583.2116 or .cr519'i.0iiDsoutr,.re.
3839 BIG OAK AVE. rjassauvile.
3BR/2BA, pool, 2 acres, privacy fence,
storage buildings, many upgrades. Call
S. (90-4)491.4"?75


YULEE 2BR/2BA, 1.3 acres, single wide.
$85,000. Theresa Ave., near new schools.
(904)225-5577
YULEE 3BR/2BA, acre lot, double wide.
$125,000. Tinya Rd., near new schools.
(904)225-5577
YULEE MOBILE HOME on 1 acre lot,
fenced yard, 2 metal buildings, paved
driveway. Excellent condition. $119,900.
Qualified buyers. (904)225-2076


809 Lots
HIGH & DRY Beautiful & secluded
wooded acre near Bells River, dimensions
187'x173'x243'x223', on Mitchell Ln.
$65,000. Call (904)225-2463.
PIRATES WOOD High and dry one plus
acre lot with large trees. Cleared, ready
to build. $79,500. Call (904)251-2481.
2.69 ACRES on Miner Rd. Beautiful
oaks, zoned for horses. 1 blik. from YMS &
new YHS. $85,000. Call (904)225-0268.
SECLUDED PRISTINE LOCATION Very
unique. Adj. to Summer Beach Golf
Course Steps to beach 2 lots each
90'x150' $225,000/ea. (904)277-4319
HIGH POINTE By Owner. Beautiful one
acre wooded lot in gated community off
Barnwell Road. $168,000. Call (904)335-
0503.
LAND 4-SALE Corner lot 1/2 acre on
Johnson Lake w/driveway, culvert & well.
$42,900 Firm. (904)225-2084.


CASH FOR YOUR ACREAGE
Call Wm. F. Sheffield, Inc., Realtors.
JAX (904)724-8995
1814 West Nassau County
LAND 4-SALE 4.88 acres w/well &
septic. Colby Road in Callahan. (904)225-
2084.
S817 OtherAreas
GRAND OPENING Winding River
Preserve II, 7/30 & 31. Ocala/qainesville
area. 20 acres from $195,000. 100 acres
from $450,000. New semi-private gated
community featuring parcels w/frontage
on the Wacassassa River. Gorgeous
woodlands teeming w/deer & turkey. Save
up to $20,000. Great financing. Call toll
free (866)352-2249 ext. 517 or
www.fllandbargains.com. FCAN
NC MOUNTAIN PROPERTY 2 Private
communes with hardwood tress, views,
creeks, river & lake access. Swim, fish,
hike. Lots from $20,000-$85,000. (800)
699-1289 or www.rlverbendlakelure.com.
FCAN
CLOSEOUT SALE Lakeview Bargains
from $39,900 with free boat slip. 10% off
plus pay no closing costs. High elevation,
beautifully wooded lake view parcels
across from national forest on Norris Lake
in Eastern TN. Call now (800)704-3154
ext 625 Sunset Bay, LLC. FCAN


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1480 ALLIGATOR CREEK ROAD 23987 CREEK PARKE CIRCLE
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) 0 4BR 25BA andover 3.100SF in a wonder-
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NORTH CAROLINA MTNS. 4 acres on
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(866)789-8535. www.NC77.com. FCAN
ATTENTION INVESTORS Waterfront
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1-800-941-4918, Ext. 801
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wildlife. Enjoy hunting, hiking, horses,
great climate. Power, great access. 100%
financing. Call (877)822-LAND. FCAN
BEAUTIFUL NORTH CAROLINA Must
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www.cherokeemountainrealty.com. Call
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3BR/2BA FORECLOSURE! Only
$33,500! Must sell. For listings call
1(800)749-8124 ext. H760.


1851 Roommate Wantedi
ROOMMATE WANTED Brand new home
in great location on island. $575/mo. For
more information call (904)206-3085.
OCEAN VIEW DUPLEX New unit,
3BR/2BA, plenty of parking. $1250/wk.
Call (912)729-3564, ask for Paula.
WANTED Roommate to sublet with 2
great girls in a house In Fernandina. M/F,
non-smoking. Call (810)955-5142.
1 852 Mobile Homes J
ON ISLAND Furnished or unfurnished,
2002 Fleetwood mobile home for rent.
3BR/2BA, washer/dryer. No smokers or
pets. $950/mo. + deposit. 753-2284
ON ISLAND/IN PARK Long term.
2BR/1BA: $165/wk. or $660/mo. Also,
2BR/1BA, $150/wk. or $600/mo. $500
deposit required. Call (904)261-5034.
S 854 Rooms
IN QUIET COUNTRY HOME fully
furnished with private bath. Use of
laundry & kitchen. All utilities included.
$500/mo. Call (904)338-1904.
ROOMS FOR RENT Share living
quarters. South Fletcher Ave. (904)491-
1323









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855 Apartments
Furnished
HISTORIC DOWNTOWN FERNANDINA
- Great Location! All utilities Included!
FREE HIGH SPEED INTERNET. 2BR/2 full
BA, washer/dryer, pool access available.
Lease Required. $1350/mo. + dep. Call
(904)557-2104.
OCEANFRONT 2BR/1BA condo, $1600.
3BR/3BA townhouse with pool, $1750.
Amelia Island Lodging Systems,
(904)261-4148 or (904)277-9702.

I 856 Apartments
Unfurnished
2BR/1BA N. FLETCHER DOWNSTAIRS
DUPLEX Beach view. New carpet &,tile
flooring. Washer/dryer, lawn care, water,
garbage & sewer included. CH&A, fenced
backyard w/storage a plus. Lease
required. $895/mo. + dep. Call (904)277-
4820 or (904)335-0255.
OCEAN FRONT Gorgeous views. Some
furniture. 2BR/1BA, upstairs. Yearly lease.
$950/mo. + $1050 dep. No pets. 270 S.
Fletcher. Call (904)277-2717.
SOMERSET APARTMENTS
Try a new standard of apartment living at
Somerset. Beautiful 1BR & 2BR SINGLE
STORY apartments located off Amelia
Parkway. These modern apartments
feature vaulted ceilings, ceramic tile
floors, built-in computer desks,
washer/dryer connections & much more!
Prices starting at $615, water, trash, and
sewage service included. Call today for
more information at (904) 261-0791.
3BR/2BA CH&A, stove, frig., d/w,
disposal, micro., ceiling fan, carpet, porch
w/ ocean view, 1-car gar., W/D hookup.
$1200/mo. + $1200 dep. No pets. 841
Mary St. (904)261-3948
For Rent 2BR/1.5BA-townhouse apt's.
Newly rebuilt. CH&A, stove, refrig., carpet.
No pets. $850/mo. Deposit req'd. 828
Nottingham Dr. Call (904)261-3035.


856 Apartments
Unfurnished

Affordable Living for eligible low-
income persons/families. 1 & 2 bedrooms.
Rent based on income. Apply at Post Oak
Apts., 996 Citrona Dr., Fernandina Beach;
(904)277-7817. Handicap Accessible apts.
available. Equal Housing Opportunity.
Affordable Living for eligible low
income seniors, handicapped or disabled.
1 & 2 bedrooms. Rate based on income.
Apply at Sandridge Apts., 2021 Jasmine
St., Fernandina Beach; (904)277-8722.
Handicap Accessible apts. available. Equal
Housing Opportunity.
MARSH COVE CONDOMINIUMS
Located off Amelia Island Parkway, Marsh
Cove offers newly remodeled 2 & 3BR
apartments and town homes. Brand new
carpet and ceramic tile floors, appliances,
cabinets, countertops and much more!
Washer/Dryer connections included and
laundry center available. Prices starting at
$615, water, trash and sewage service
included. Call today for more info. (904)
261-0791.

i 856 Apartments
Unfurnished

BEACHSIDE EFFICIENCY Available
Sept. 1st. Long-term lease (one year
minimum). One bill, $600 pay for
everything: rent, electric, water, sewer &
cable. Deposit required. Non-smoker. Call
(904) 261-6767, please leave a message.

1857 Condos-FurnishedI
1BR/1BA POOL VILLA at AIP. Beautiful
marsh view. Available mid August.
$1050/mo. Call (904)261-0608 or cell
#556-9586 for information.
PORT OF CALL 2BR/2BA (across the
street from beach access). Great ocean
views. $1200/mo. (904)556-6492


1857 Condos-Furnishedi
AMELIA LANDING 2BR/2BA, pool,
tennis. Fully furnished. $875/mo. Includes
utilities. No pets. No smoking. Call
(904)321-2543.
FERNANDINA SHORES CONDO
RENTAL 2BR/1.SBA. $475 Weekly.
$875 Monthly. Avail. 7/27-8/6; and after
8/14. Call (678)493-2558.
ameliaislandrentals.net

1858 Condos-Unfurnished
COLONY CONDO 2BR/2BA, 2 stall
garage. $900/mo. (608)245-0505
THE COLONY 3BR/2BA, fireplace,
'swimming, tennis. Non-smoker. No pets.
Recently painted, end unit. $1025/mo. +
$750 deposit. (904)277-3671, Iv msg.
LARGE DUPLEX on 1st Ave. Available
8/15. Walk to the beach & Dairy Queen.
3BR/2BA with garage. $1400/mo.
unfurnished. $1600/mo. furnished. 261-
6651
925 TARPON North Pointe. 2BR/2.5BA
townhouse, covered parking, pool. $995.
Nick Deonas Realty, Inc. (904)277-0006

859 Homes-Furnished

2357 A 1st Ave. 3/2 duplex with 1
car garage, 1 block from beach. Terms
flexible. $1,400/mo. includes lawn care.
Available soon.
Amelia Island Plantation 3052
Club Villas, 2/2.5 townhouse furnished
or unfurnished with marsh views, 1656
sq. ft., $1500/mo. 15 Willow Pond,
3/2.5 home on golf course with
detached guest house & pool.
$3,500/mo. 30 Long Point Dr.,
3BR/4BA home on Long Point Golf
Course, $5,500/mo. 1518 Piper
Dunes, oceanfront 2nd floor condo,
3/3, $7,000/mo.
Call Chaplin Williams Rentals at
261-0604 or visit
chaplinwilliamsrentals.com for
details.


Cialphi


2740 Seagrove Lane.. (Seagrove) -
3BR/2BA, 2-car garage. This beautiful & spacious home is near
the beach and centrally located on Amelia Island. Has formal
dining room, breakfast nook, 2 master baths, screened-in porch
and deck. 2,215 SF. $1,725/mo. Available Early August.


CONTpOS/TOWNHOOMIES On Island
3200 S. Fletcher Avenue, #D-1 (Ocean Dunes) -
FURNISHED 2BR/2BA, comfortable ground floor unit with a beautiful
ocean view, just steps from the beach. Amenities include oceanfront patio,
community pool, living room with fireplace, designated parking and wash-
er/dryer included. 1,210 SF. $1,400/mo. Available Early August.
988 Chad Street (Off Jasmine) 3BR/2BA, 1-car garage.
Comfortable new townhome with vaulted ceilings, ceiling fans and rear
patio. Washer/dryer, pest control and lawn care included. 1,300 SF.
S1,04S/rno. Available Early August.
4736 St. Marc Court (The Colony) 2BR/2BA, 2-car
garage. This lovely 2-story townhome has a community swimming pool
and tennis courts, a fireplace in the living room, ceiling fans, refrigerator
with icemaker and a built-in microwave. Lawn care and pest control
included. 1,130 SF. $995/mo. Available Late August.
SINGLE FAMILY HOfMES ~ On Island
2164 Nature's Gate Court (Off Citrona Drive) -
4BR/2BA, 2-car garage. Lovely home centrally located with 10' ceilings in
family room, dining area, kitchen and master bedroom. Beautiful yard
backs up to greenway. Ceiling fans in every room and irrigation system.
Lawn care and water/sewer included. 1,806 SF. $1,495/mo. Available
Early August.
86096 Montauk Drive (North Hampton) 4BR/3BA
and two separate 1/2 baths, bonus room and 2-car garage. Private bal-
cony overlooks lake, golf course views from every room. Lawn care, pest
control, cable & internet included. 2,482 SF. $1,79S/mo. Available
September 1.


1611 Inverness Road (Lakewood) 3BR/2BA, two-car
garage. Brick home on a cornerlot close to the beach, shopping and
schools. Open living and dining room with corner brick fireplace in living
room room. Kitchen with breakfast nook, split bedroom plan. Fenced rear
yard with patio'off living room and master bedroom. Washer/dryer includ-
ed. 1,562 SF. $1,195/mo. Available Early August.
1715 Pheasant Lane (Off Citrona Drive) 3BR/2BA,
1-car garage. Cute home centrally located on the Island. Amenities
include dishwasher, ceiling fans, rear patio and fenced rear yard. 1,250 SF.
$1,045/mo. Available Early August.
2806 Ocean Sound Drive (Ocean Sound) 3BR/2BA,
2-car garage. This beautiful home is just steps from the ocean. House has
a security system, gas fireplace in the living room, a large kitchen (with
refrigerator w/icemaker), and a 300 SF sunroom off the family room.
2,100 SF. $1,450/mo. Available Now.
2740 Seafrove Lane (Seagrove) 3BR/2BA, 2-car garage.
This beautiful, spacious home is near the beach and centrally located on
Amelia Island. Large kitchen, formal dining room, breakfast nook, 2 mas-
ter baths, screened-in rear porch and deck, and fenced rear yard. Lawn
care included. 2,125 SF. $1,725/mo. Available Early August.
2424 Fenhrook Lane (Lakewood) 3BR/2BA, 2-car
-garage. Nice home located in popular Lakewood. Stone fireplace in
family room and screened-in porch and patio. Minutes from the beach,
schools & shopping center. Amenities include formal dining room, built-
in dishwasher, eat-in kitchen, and backyard overlooks a lake.
1,828 SF. $1,200/mo. Available Early August.


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904-583-0320 Perfect island getaway.
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BEAUTIFUL OCEANVIEW HOME
with a 2-dar garage on Amelia's north
end: This home was built in 1999. It
has 3-4 bedrooms & 3 baths in over
2,350 SF Located just 200 ft. to the
beach, this home would be perfect as
a primary residence or vacation home.
$750,000 #35091


NEED SPACE?? You'll love this
immaculate one level home on
1.52 acres. This light, bright split
plan features 4 bedrooms and 2
baths plus an additional storage
building in the large backyard.
$289,000 #35220


ISLESWORTH Lakefront brick
beauty with over $50K in
upgrades Here bedrooms and
two baths as well as granite coun-
Mark ters and brick walkways & patio.
Walker A very special home on Amelia
90o4-415-1303 Island. $399,900 #35483
dcerokee32034@yahoo.com


SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE
This remodeled 4 bedroom/ 2.5
bath home has a covered front porch
and a private backyard that features
a pool and spa with a tiki hut, lush
Bruce landscaping, and a tropical feel. Your
Jasins904261ky own private Island resort Come take
btasnskycodwelakercom a look. $445,000 #35210


OCEANVIEW DUPLEX located
on the north end of the Island.
Each side is 2 bedrooms and 2.5
baths. The view and beach access
--are greatly Good opportunity for
Sandy investment, second home or pri-
Pe0rman mary residence.
wp2sperman@net-ma0n $665,000 #34404


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NEWLY REMODELED duplex on
Tarpon Avenue, just a few short
blocks to the beach. Each unit is
3 bedrooms and 2 baths with
ocean views from the upper decks.
Paul This is a great investment oppor-
Barnes tunity. Easy to see.
904753s $524,900 #35265
paul@wailliamshouse.cm $524,900 #35265


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904-415-1952
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FANAl AIU UrL.LAN & POUL
VIEWS Enjoy cool breezes from on
your balcony or play a game of ten-
nis on the courts. This unit has all
new windows, doors, and plantation
shutters installed in 2005. This rare,
unfurnished end unit at Surf & Racquet
won't last long $652,000 #35465


SPACIOUS FOUR BEDROOM
home in Meadowfield. This home
features laminate floors and lots
of tile as well as s screened porch
overlooking a natural preserve
Julie area. Pride of ownership really
904-261-0c47 shows in this lovely home.
Jules@net-magic.net $258,000 #35182


COMMERCIAL POTENTIAL-
ON SADLER 2.5 acres with
250 feet of frontage on Sadler.
Just a few blocks from the
beach. This would be a prime
Shannon location for a restaurant or retail.
Smith Contact our office for more
904-626-4742comdetails. $1,250,000 #35067
ShannonSmithFL@a0.,cosdetails. $1,250,000 #35067


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NORTH FLETCHER This
remodeled home is currently a
single family residence but could
be a duplex. Only 330 feet to
the ocean! Ocean views from the
Paul upper deck and beautiful sunsets Judi
Barnes over Ft. Clinch. Call for details. Raczynski
904-753-0256 904-261-0347
paul@wallliamsh.us.com $449,000 #35158 judl@ctdwellbanker.om


HOME, INVESTMENT, OR
GETAWAY Totally updated
mobile home in Holly Pointl
Features include all new kitchen
appliances, fireplace, ceiling fans,
Molly and washer & dryer. Has three
Kn0wlton bedrooms, two baths, and a den l
904-583-0320 500 #34480
mtllv0knowltlneescm am$87,500 #34480


GORGEOUS MARSH LOT See
Historic Fernandina and Amelia
Island from this Riverside lot off
of Barnwell Road. This large lot
is waiting for your dream home!.
Drive by today.
$200,000 #34712


AMELIA ISLAND PLANTATION
Large'golf front home in this popular
community. The flexible floor plan is
currently 3 bedrooms, 4.5 baths with
a studyA& bonus room. Could 4e 5
bedrooms The house is great for
entertaining and boasts tons of stor-
age. Competitively priced
$895,000 #34215


OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS Don't
miss your chance to own a new 2
bedroom/ 2 bath oceanview condo
at "Port of Call". This furnished condo
has a semi private courtyard and a
Lnda- roof top deck with incredible ocean
HaLinda vistas. Two units available...one over
904-415-0769 the other. Packaged priced at
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ELEGANT QUIET BEACH HOUSE -
Fabulous ocean views. 2 Units: Upper
$1325/ mo. Lower $950/mo. No
smokers. Pets negotiable. (213)304-
3256
3BR/3BA EXECUTIVE HOME Ocean
community, golf cart. 4 mo. tease.
$2350/mo. Call (770)833-5387.


1860 Homes-Unfurnished

3BR/2BA HOME on Blackrock Rd.
Available 8/1. Credit check & references
required. $900/mo. Darlington Realty, Inc.
Realtor (904)261-8030.
FOR RENT Newly remodeled 3BR/2BA
Some at Lofton Creek. Available Sept.
$1000/mo. + dep. Non-smokers. Pet
considered. (904)277-8780, pis leave
msg.

WANTED:
Quality unfurnished rental homes from
$1000.00 to $1800.00 per month. Our
tenants pass both a credit check and
criminal background screening. Call
Chaplin Williams Rentals at (904)261-
0604. Visit our web site at: www.
chaplinwilliamsrentals.com

I CUSTOM 3BR/2BA HOME on cul-de-
sac near Ritz Carlton & Plantation. New
appliances, 2-car gar. Avail. now.
S 459 $1325/mo. + dep. No smoking please.
1491-6809

Beautiful, Quiet Simmons Cove. 3/2
w/fml LR&DR, fam w/FP. Close to beach.
Lawn maint. incl. No smoking. Pets
considered. $1600/mo. Avail. 8/13. 261-
8459
TOWNHOUSE in Amelia Park. Approx.
2000sf, 2-car garage, balcony, 3BR/2BA.
$1600/mo. (386)405-5710


NEW HOME Country living, 3BR/2BA, 2-
car gar., sec. syst. Pet considered. No
smokers. Yulee. $1250/mo. + dep. (904)
821-4476 (w), (904)228-0985 (c) Debbie.

3BR/2BA FR, LR, country kit., fenced
yard, workshop. Perfect cond. New carpet/
paint. On Island. No Pets. No Smoking.
$995. Lease/ref's/dep. (605)723-0934
95198 WILDWOOD CIR. 3BR/2BA, 2-
car garage, 5 yrs. old, large yard, mini-
blinds. No water/sewer charges. $1050/.
mo. (904)491-8893
LIKE NEW Completely renovated
2BR/2BA patio home. "No Pets". Deposit &
references. $1,000/mo. Call (904)277-
4049, Pruitt Realty & Rentals.
5BR/2BA OFF ISLAND Old Tidal Creek
on 3 acres, boat ramp near. (904)556-
2353 or (904)277-3407.



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AMAZING SUNSETS, RIVERFRONT
breezes and ultimate privacy can
all be yours on this 4 acre Piney
Island property. 4BR/3 full baths
& 1 half bath. Approx. 2,700 SF
and in-ground pool.
$1,200,000 #35442
STEPHANIE WILKINSON
904-254-5555


Now is the time to be a part of the newest neighborhood on

the island. You can still find a place where the Atlantic Ocean,

shopping and restaurants are just steps from your door.




Floorplans available from 1,992 2,786 square feet




Priced from the mid $400's



Discover the luxury townhomes of Cape Sound

and enjoy pre-construction pricing.




Call today for this limited opportunity.

(904) 261-1810


2700 Mizell Street 2/2, 2nd floor
condo with washer & dryer. Community
pool & tennis courts, 1 block from
beach. Available now for $975/mo.
1548 Penbrook Lane 3/2 house in
Lakewood. Has Florida Room, 2-car
garage, fenced yard & lanw care
included. Available now. $1300/mo.
807 White Street New 3/3, 2-story
house in Old Town. 1500 sq. ft.
Available now for $1,500/mo.
2811 Ocean Mist Drive Ocean
Sound. 3/2 home, new carpet and
paint, approx 1845 sq. ft. $1450/mo.
including lawn care. Available now.
1581 Park Avenue Amelia Park
Townhouse, 3/2.5, large 2542 sq. ft.,
fireplace, 2-car garage, $1600. 1 small
pet OK. Available soon.
3150 S. Fletcher Ave. Oceanfront
2/2 4th floor corner unit condo.
Assigned parking & community pool.
$1800/mo., available soon.
95068 Spring Tide Lane River
Place. 3BR/4BA, 3 story townhouse on
Marsh with 2-car garage & elevator.
Available now for $2500.
Call Chaplin Williams Rentals at
261-0604 or visit
chaplinwilliamsrentals.com for
more details.
NEW 3BR/2BA 2 car garage. All
appliances, security system, .lawn maint
avail. Just minutes form Jax, Kings Bay &
beaches. $1250/mo. Call (904)334-0806.
3BR/2BA Brand new in Hickory Village,
centrally located. Lawn maintenance incl.
Please no smokers. Pet considered.
$1250/mo. Available 8/1. (904)556-6042.
AMELIA PARK. New townhome. 3/2.5,
fireplace, 2 car garage, many upgrades.
$1500/mo. 261-9155 M-F 9-5.
NEW CONSTRUCTION on cul-de-sac,
3BR/2BA, 2-car garage. $1100/mo. Call
(904)535-9622.
853 ATLANTIC VIEW DR. 4BR/2BA,
2200 sq. ft., 2-car garage, fenced yard,
walk to beach. $1650/mo. Available Aug.
1st. Call (904)261-3865.
NATURES WALK TOWNHOUSE for
rent. 3BR/2.5BA. Available August 1st.
$1200/mo. Call 261-5899.
EGANS BLUFF NORTH 1724 Laser Ct.
Immaculate home, 3BR/2.5BA, beautiful
hardwood floors, 2-car garage, fenced
backyard. $1250. Nick Deonas Realty, Inc.
(904)277-0006

WALK TO BEACH & Rec Ctr from this
newly renovated 3BR/3BA home with all
amenities & appliances. Tri-level flexibility;
deck & patio with fountain view. No
smoking. Pets negotiable. $1550/mo. +
dep. 202 Jean LaFitte. (904)277-2048
LOOKING FOR A long term, unfurnished
rental in the Amelia Island area? Visit our
website at www.century2lferreira.com for
a complete listing or call Carol or Sherri @
Century 21 (904)261-3077.
SEASCAPE NEW T/H ocean view 3/2.5,
1857 sq. ft., 2 car garage, all appliance
incl., w/d, f.p., $1850/mo. Realty
Executives, 556-6531.
ADORABLE 3BR/2BA Close to beach &
shopping. 2-car garage. Great
neighborhood, private backyard.
$1250/mo. (904) 261-0243


All Brick, large Kitchen &
Florida room, A/G pool,
priced at $219,900
(below market value)
Call
BRENDA LIDDEIL, REALTOR7
at
(904) 307-2731

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Unfu rnished
+ SAND HICKORY TRAIL (HICKORY VILLAGE):
3BR/2BAhouse. 2-car garage. 1,400 SE
$1,150/mo. Available 8/1/05.
+ GEDDES LANE (AMELIA PARK): Beautiful
3BR/2BA house with garage. $1,400/mo.
Includes lawn maintenance.
Available 8/1/05.
+ LAGUNA DRIVE (OCEANVIEW ESTATES) :
4BR/2BA house. Screened-in pool.
Close to the beach. $1,700/mo:
Includes pool & lawn maintenance.
Available 8/22/05.
+ LAKESIDE DR.N. (EGAN'S BLUFF): 3BR/2BA.
2-car garage, 2,000 SE $1,400/mo.
Available Now. No PETS.
+ SEACASTLES : 3BR/2.5BA condo.
2-car garage. $1,175/mo. Available
Now. No PETS.
+ LONG ISLAND PLACE (NASSAU LAKES) :
3BR/2BA. 2-car garage, 1,500 SE
$1,125/mo. Includes lawn mainte-
nance. Available 8/2/05.
+ 112 SOUTH 10TH STREET : 3BR/2BA.
Close to Historic District. $1,050/mo.
Available Now.
+ SOUTH FLETCHER AVENUE : 3BR/1.5BA
upstairs unit. Close to the beach.
$975/mo. Available Now.
+ CHAD STREET: NEW 3BR/2BA townhouse.
1-car garage. $1,195/mo. Available
Now. No PETS.
4 BLACKROCK ROAD : 3BR/2BA house.
2-car garage. $1,100/mo.
Available Now. No PETS.
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VACATION GET AWAY with heated
pool, 2 blocks from Historic District, 2
miles to beach. $350 weekly. (904)261-
6434
OCEAN FRONT 1BR furnished apt.
August openings. $500/wk. (904)261-
6252
OCEANVIEW 3BR/2BA and 2BR/1BA.
Call (904)261-4066, C.H. Lasserre,
Realtor, for special rates.

1 863 Office
600 SQ. FT. 2 connecting offices.
$900/mo. 11 S. 7th St. Call Lynette
(904)261-7411 or (904)521-6247 (cell
#).
OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT
Downtown Historic Fernandina Beach
118 Centre St. (Dotter Bldg.)
Upstairs Suite: 3 large offices +
reception area (add'l space available).
Contact Jerry Reese, (904)277-8334.
PARK PLACE 5472 First Coast
Highway. Commercial Office Space
Available. From 1008 sq. ft. to 1530 sq.
ft. Available now. $14.00 per sq. ft.,
plus $3.25 CAM. Call Chaplin
Williams Rentals at 261-0604.


864 Commercial/Retail

FOR SALE OR LEASE 1200 sq. ft. fg.
downstairs condo at Gateway to Amelia.
Ideal for office or retail. Call (904)206-
1625.
AMELIA ISLAND RESORT AREA Prime
location on First Coast Hwy., north of AIP,
south of Ritz Carlton. 1008-1530 sq. ft.
Call (904)277-3376.
DEERWALK Prime high visibility location
on AlA in O'Neal. 1250sf units.' Curtiss
Lasserre Real Estate (904)261-4066.
COMMERCIAL SPACE in newer strip
center, Kingsland, GA. 800-2000sf.
Possible restaurant, office, garage, etc.
(912) 227-1588, 729-5994, (904)962-
6793





901 Automobiles I

2004 THUNDERBIRD $29,500. Still
under warranty. (904)491-8728

TOYOTA CELICA 1987 Convertible,
A/T, 129,000 miles, new tires, runs good.
$2,500/OBO. (904)261-4373
1997 FORD CROWN VICTORIA -
128,500 miles. Well maintained, clean,
cold air. Asking $3,500. Call Mark at
(904)491-7893 & leave message.
2004 MONTE CARLO SS #8 Dale, Jr.
Tribut Car. Never driven. (904)225-2007
FOR SALE 1996 Ford Explorer XLT.
$1500/OBO. Needs body work on front.
Great parts vehicle. Call (904)277-0990.
1995 TOYOTA COROLLA DX 183,000
miles. Good shape. $2000/OBO. Call
(904)491-8630.
2002 MONTE CARLO SS #3 Dale
Earnhardt Tribute Car. Never driven.
(904)225-2007
$500! Police Impounds -
Hondas/Chevys/Jeeps, etc. Cars from
$500. For listings 1(800)749-8116 ext.
A461.
2004 CHEV CAVALIER LS Loaded, mint
condition, 9K miles, black. (904)225-2007
'98 SUZUKI CONVERTIBLE 4WD, A/C,
new top, air bag, power steering, AM/FM
cass., premium wheels. Retail value
$6,785-s$3,90 491-0849 or 556-6391

902 Triucks J
1988 FORD BRONCO Eddie Baper
-r0n r ..ns great, 4X4, green & tan.
[ .,,0. :6. Call (904)491-1406 or 753-
6238.
2002 FORD EXPLORER XLT 4X4 -
AM/FM/CD, 3rd seat, rear air. $11,750.
Call (904)491-7602.
1993 F-150 LIGHTNING 41,000 miles,
red, great condition. $9,000. (904)261-
0280 after 1pm.
TAKE OVER PAYMENTS 2001 Ford
Super Ranger, with good credit. $261.67
monthly. Call (904)225-3107.

903 Vans
1994 AEROSTAR 97,000 miles. Good
body. As is. $2,500. (904)261-0280
after 1pm.
1997 MERCURY VILLAGER 145K
miles, good condition, power everything,
luggage rack, 7 passenger, rear air.
$4,50.0. Call 583-1315.

904 Motorcycles
'95 HONDA SHADOW VLX600 Maroon,
leather saddle bags, windshield, repair
manual, 31,000 miles, sissy bar, new
tires, chain & bearings. $2900/OBO.
Moving this week. (904)277-7690



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RESIDENTIAL
ACROSS FROM THE RITZ CARLTON at Gate
Golfside South at Summer Beach. 3BR/2BA,
over 2,200 SF. $1,950/mo. + utilities.
Lawn maintenance & pest control included.
HOME WITH PANORAMIC MARSH VIEW-
Prime location on Egan's Creek 3BR/2BA
w/2-car garage. Unfurnished long term lease.
DR, LR, FL Room, just remodeled $1,800/mo.
Includes lawn maintenance.
4BR/3BA OCEANVIEW HOME Great view
and easy beach access. 2,000+ SF.
$ 1,750/mo. + utilities.
VACATION
487 So. FLETCHER 2BR/ IBA oceanview.
Monthly/weekly rental.
COMMERCIAL
APPROX. I ACRE ON AI A/SR200 ON ISLAND.
Great visibility, fenced. Great location for out-
door display nursery, equipment, garden items.
Ground lease.
HISTORIC DISTRICT PROFESSIONAL OFFICE
with 3 rooms.
PRIME COMMERCIAL SPACE in Applebee's /
SteinMart / CVS complex. New 4,000 SF build-
ing facing 8th St/AIA. 1,000 SF bays, high
visibility retail, vanilla shell.
DEERWALK Prime high visibility location on
AlA in O'Neil. 1,250 SF units. $11-13 psf.
Plus $3 cam.


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