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PHOTOS BY JOHN LLOYD (PRIVATEPAPARAZZI@MAC.COM)/FOR THE NEWS-LEADER
The fishing's still good on
Amelia Island if you don't
mind construction equip-
ment and workers for a
backdrop. The half-mile-
long fishing pier at Fort
Clinch State Park, above,
is undergoing exteiisive
renovations and will be
closed to the public
through the fall. Sand will
be brought from offshore,
right, for a months-long
reconstruction of the
beach from the state park
line south to Seaside Park
near Sadler Road.
Council on Aging may move
to new building on 14th Street
The vacant 14th Street County
Annex Building may be demolished in
order to make way for new quarters
for the Nassau County Council on
Aging, currently located at 1367 South
18th St, across from the hospital.
City and county commissioners
may act together to accomplish that.
"Baptist (Medical Center Nassau)
is requesting now the land that the
Council on Aging is. on. We're not
going to have a place for our seniors,"
County Commission Chair Marianne
Marshall said June 12 at a meeting of
the Amelia Island Joint Local Planning
Cost of demolishing old
hospital is a concern
Agency, a body combining the city
and county commissions. "If the board
voted to give that property to the
Council on Aging, there's still the
issue of tearing down the old building.
... I was just wanting to ask if the city
council would be willing to help tear
that building down if we decide to go,
in that direction."
City officials were generally sup-
portive of the idea. However, the pos-
sible cost of the demolition caused
"If it was just to help tear the build-
ing down, I'd say no ... but if it's for the
Council on Aging, rd love to help if it's
affordable," Vice Mayor Ken Walker
said. "I think that's a worthwhile
cause." Walker is a former employee
of the Council on Aging, serving as
"I can't speak for the (city) com-
mission, but I don't think you're going
to get any opposition to helping sen-
iors ... but coming up'with funding is
going to be interesting," City,
Commissioner Ron Sapp said. "One
might ask, Tm paying the county and
AGING Continued on 3A
What's the solution for AIA?
'Money, money, more
County and city officials tried to ,
identify possible strategies last week.
to ease congestion on A1A, including,
limiting development and pursuing?-p
state and federal funding for improve-,
ments. But it was agreed there are
no easy answers.
Commissioners discussed traffic
issues on AIA during a meeting of
the Amelia Island Joint Local Planning
Agency, which is made up of
Fernandina Beach City commission-
ers and Nassau County commission-
County Engineer Douglas Seaman
stressed that easing the traffic bur-
den on A1A is important because of its
designation as a hurricane evacuation
route. He also emphasized its impor-
tance to tourism.
come down to
SAA and find that
.'' it's a parking lot,
": they will not go
onto the island,"
Boyle someplace else to
to accommodate more traffic is an
option. The problem, however, is fund-
ing. The. Florida Department of
Transportation has no immediate
plans to expand the road's capacity -
a situation Seaman said the commis-
sions should lobby to change.
"There are three things we need,
and that's money, money and more
money," he said. "What we need to
do as a group is to get DOT to move
(A1A) from their 15-year plan and into
their 10-year long-term plan. That way
we can borrow the money, make
improvements and DOT will pay us
back as the money becomes avail-
"What scares me is if we do have
a storm and I hope we never, ever do
- people are going to be concerned
about, 'How are we going to get off the
island?' And that's a legitimate con-
cern," said City Commissioner Ron
Limiting development along A1A
was also discussed. County
Commissioner Mike Boyle was criti-
cal of the city commission's recent
resolution calling on the county to
suspend development along the road.
A1A Continued on 3A
Next one UP.
Fernandina Beach residents and
businesses will pay more for trash pick-
up beginning July 1.
City commissioners approved a new
five-year contract for Advanced
Disposal Services-Stateline at their
Tuesday meeting. It increases month-
ly garbage rates for most residential
customers by 20 percent and for most
commercial customers by 3 percent.
The residential rate will go up from
$14.95 to $18.61 a month. There will no
longer be an additional charge for
excessive yard waste.
A commercial rate for a standard
Dumpster emptied once a week, for
example, will go from $85.56 to $87.25
Commissioner Ron Sapp. voted
against the contract, saying he was
concerned about the hike "coming at
a time when we're seeing Florida
Public Utilities come forward with
another rate increase."
"Look at gas prices going up for all
our citizens," he added. "Look at what
it costs to buy food; that's gone up
"For the average citizen," he went
on, "they're going to look at this and
say that's an exorbitant increase ... I
think it's a little excessive."
More than half the residential
increase comes from a fuel-cost adjust-
ment for the trash company, which
TRASH Continued on 3A
City still dancing
to musical chairs'
ANGELA DAUGHTRY (.,
The music's still playing for a civic
ii uproveient plan- as. Fernandina
Beach Commissioners agreed
Tuesday to consider purchase of the
soon to be vacated First Baptist Church
That's in addition to ongoing nego-
tiations for purchase of the downtown
post office all part of a symphony of
that could lead to a
new city hall, new
center and new
Ron Sapp has
objected to that
plan and offered an Sapp
alternative to meet
some of the objec-
tives. But after long
discussion Tuesday, much of it cen-
tered on a desire to save the post office
building, he was outvoted.
"This whole project presented by
.(consultant) Surber-Barber'is worth
pursuing," said Vice Mayor Ken
'Walker. He suggested commissioners
authorize the city manager to look into
negotiating with First Baptist Church.
Commissioner Eric Childers said
he agreed with Walker that the com-
mission should get more information
on First Baptist Church, and made a
motion to open negotiations.
"I just think (purchasing First
Baptist Church) is the wrong thing,"
said Sapp. "It's not in the best interest
of the city of Fernandina Beach, and by
extension is not worthwhile."
In the end, all commissioners
except Sapp voted to open negotiations,
with First Baptist Church.
Sapp had outlined a plan he called
"Option B," addressing the perceived
need for a civic center, modified library
and enlarged city
spoke up at the
.mng a comprehen-
sive study on the
Walker project done last
year by Surber,
Barber, Choate &
Hertlein of Atlanta.
That study, which cost $50,000 and
was paid for by the city and several
non-profit groups, outlined the "musi-
cal chairs" project that would involve
the post office building, First Baptist
Church building, the Fernandina
Beach branch library and City Hall on
The commission has appointed
local attorney Buddy Jacobs to pursue
negotiations with the federal govern-
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FRIDAY, June 20, 2008 NEWS News-Leader
approved the purchase of
214 acres of beachfront land
on the south end of Amelia
Island for $8.75 million.
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The county enacted new
laws to ensure personal
watercraft operate at least
500 feet from the shore.
June 17, 1998
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A support group for famn
ly members and friends of
alcoholics meets each wee]
at the Alachua Club, 32 N.
Third St. in Fernandina
Beach on Saturday, Sunda:
Monday and Wednesday at
11 a.m., at 7 p.m. on Thurs-
day and at noon on Friday.
For more information, call
261-7175 or 261-1813.
ARC/Nassau is holding
fundraising event in associa
tion with Sears Portrait
Studio at Regency Mall in
Jacksonville. For a donation
of $25 receive a personal pi
trait collection at no session
fee. The entire donation wi
go to ARC/Nassau. For
information contact Arlyse
McDowell at 225-9355.
* The Blood Alliance and
the VFW will host a blood
drive on June 21 from 9 a.n
5 p.m. at Winn Dixie, Publi
and Kmart on Amelia Islan
For more information or to
make an appointment, call
Let Tobacco Education
Nassau and the Nassau
County Health Departmen
help you begin a smoke-fre
life. A new class is June 23-
July 21 at Baptist Medical
Center Nassau from noon-
1:30 p.m. weekly. If you are
not ready to quit but have
thought about it, join us an
move yourself closer to a
healthier you. To register
call Jennifer at 548-1810, ex
5245, or e-mail jennifer_emr
The June meeting of thi
Camden/Kings Bay Counc
Navy League of the United
States will;be held on June
24 beginning at 6 p.m. at th
residence of Capt. Dan
Mack, Commodore of
Squadron 16/20, on board
the Naval Submarine Base
Kings Bay in St. Marys, Gi
The program will be thi
council's annual end of yew
picnic and installation of
2008-9 officers and director
The cost for the picnic is $
per person and reservatioI
are required. Call (912) 72
7327 or e-mail navyleague
email@example.com by June
20 for more information
ii- and/or directions.
Nassau Teen Court is
scheduled for June 24 at 6
y, p.m. at the Nassau County
t Judicial Annex in Yulee. All
interested youth volunteers
are invited to come out and
serve in the jury and earn
community service hours for
school or civic organizations.
Teen Court continues
a through the summer
a- months, and volunteers are
needed. For information, call
548-4611 and speak to
n Charles Griffin, coordinator.
or- Open house
ll The Florida Community
College Betty P. Cook
Nassau Center will host an
Open House on June 26 from
5-7 p.m. for the general pub-
lic and recent high school
graduates. Fall term class
schedules will be available as
a.- well as information about
x FCCJ programs of study,
d. scholarships and financial
aid for students who plan to
attend during the upcoming
Academic and financial
aid advisors will be available,
Guests can tour the Nassau
Center Campus including
the Lewis "Red" Bean
Technical Career Center.
t There will be free refresh-
ee ments. The campus is locat-
ed at 76346 William Burgess
Blvd. in Yulee. Call 5484432
for additional information.
Those interested in learn-
t. ing.more about domestic vio-
I lence and Micah's Place -
services are invited to attend
a one-hour orientation held
the fourth Thursday of each
e month at 5:30 p.m. The next
:il, session is June 26. Anyone
interested in volunteering for
Micah's Place is encouraged
he to attend. Call 491-6364, ext.
102, for information.
Fernandina Little Theatre
a. is sponsoring a Community
e Rummage Sale on June 28, 8
ir a.m.- noon, at the theater,
1014 Beech St. Booth spaces
rs. are available to local resi-
10 dents for $10. To sign up,
ns contact Jean at fltplay@peo
9- plepc.com or 321-1595.
Louise A Hiers
Louise A. Hiers, 68, of
Hilliard passed away June 18,
2008, at St. Vincent's Hospital.
She was born in Moultrie,
Ga., to Benjamin and Mary
Poole Hawkins. She was pre-
deceased by a daughter, Helen
She is survived by her hus-
band of 53 years, Charles L.
Hiers of Hilliard; daughters,
Diane (Richard) Bornstein of
Ponte Vedra; Mary Hall of
Thomasville, Ga.; sons, Charles
Allen "Chuck" Hiers of
Monticello and Tony "Chip"
(Kim) Hiers of Hilliard; sisters
Odell Christmas and Evelyn
Griffin; five grandchildren,
Christopher Charles (Kad)
SteWart, Danielle (Erick) Slader,
Jesika Hiers, Patricia (David)
Singley and Priscilla Marie
Lambert; and five great-grand-
children, Christopher Charles
Stewart III, Greyson Hiers and
Ally, Samantha and Nick
Visitation will be held from 6-
8 p.m. this evening, with'funer-
al services at 3 p.m. Saturday,
June .21, in the Chapel of
Callahan Funeral Home, the
Rev. Stephen Wolgamott offici-
Interment will follow in
Jones Cemetery, Callahan.
Callahan Funeral Home. Inc
Thomas Eugene "Gene" Springer
Mr. Thomas Eugene "Gene" (Chuck),
Springer, age 80, of Fernandina Centerville,
Beach passed away on Va., Steven E.
Tuesday, June 17, 2008, at S Springer
Quality Health of Fernandina. (S (Saundra),
Born in Valley Lee, Md., to Youngsville,
the late Thomas E. Springer Sr. N.C., Scott E.
and Annie Marie Cecil Springer, Springer
he had been a resident of (Jul ia),
Fernandina Beach since mov- Gloucester Point, Va., and
ing from Annandale, Va., in Sharon E. Glass (Alan),
1995. Mr. Springer was a grad- Fernandina Beach; three broth-
uate of St. Michael's Catholic ers, John F "Puggy" Springer
School, Ridge, Md., Class of (Shirley), Highland, Md.,
1945. A longtime resident of Robert Springer...(Bonnie),.
iLekingtoflarkilk Md., he&Id Valley Lee, Md.. and Cecil
beeii' the owlie of Sprtihi'' Spriiger (Katz4Lonardtnown,
Esso Service Station until in Md.; two sisters, Marian "Sissy"
1963. After selling his business McKay (Bobby), Ridge, Md.,
he continued to work as a serv- and Annie Marie "Jiggy"
ice manager for Exxon, in Wilkinson (Joe), Leonardtown,
Springfield, Va., from where he Md.; and nine grandchildren.
retired after an additional 20 The Mass of Christian
years. He served as President Burial will be at 10 a.m. today
of the Lexington Park Lions from St. Michael's Catholic
Club in 1960-61, was a member Church, with the Rev. Father
of Immaculate Heart of Mary Brian Eburn officiating.
Catholic Church and the Mr. Springer will be laid to
Knights of Columbus, rest on Monday, with full mili-
Lexington Park, Md. tary honors, in Florida National
Mr. Springer had served in Cemetery, Bushnell.
the. U.S. Air Force during the His family invites guests and
Korean Conflict, from where friends to visit from 9-9:30 a.m.
he earned the Silver Medal and today at the funeral home.
Good Colnduct Medal. After set- In lieu of flowers, memorial
fling in Fernandina Beach, he contributions may be made to
affiliated himself with St. Haven Hospice, 8301 Cypress
Michael's Catholic Church. Plaza Drive, Suite 119,
He leaves behind, his wife of Jacksonville, FL 32256.
47 years, Jeanette Chase Please share his life story
Springer, Fernandina Beach; atwww.oxleyheard.com.
their children, Susan Hackney Oxley-HeardFuneralDirectors
Charles A. "Chuck" Wyckoff Sr.
Charles A. "Chuck"'
Wyckoff, Sr., 70, of Yulee
passed away early Monday
morning, June 16, 2008, in a
He was born Nov. 23, 1937,
in Atlanta and moved to Yulee
40 years ago. Mr. Wyckoff was
of the Baptist faith. He was a
ham radio operator at WA4CCH
for over 40 years. ,
Survivors include his wife
of 43 years, Nancy Wyckoff;
three sons, Chris Wyckoff,
Aubrey Wyckoff and Richard
Wyckoff; three daughters,
Debra Bell-Pulleu, Kandy Berry
and Cheryl Bartlett; and sev-
eral grand- and great-grand-
Memorial services will be
held in Barnsville, Ga., at a later,
Green Pine Funeral Home
"L*Strkes are sponsored as a corn munity service by
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LIBRARY READING PROGRAM
Nassau County Libraries
are hosting a summer reading
program.For more informa-
tion call your local branch.
WEEK 3 Storybook
Theatre June 23, Hilliard
branch at 1 p.m., Callahan
branch at 4 p.m.; June 25,
Peck Center auditorium at 1
p.m., Yulee FCCJ Nassau .
Center David Yulee Room at 4
p.m.; June 26, Bryceville
branch at 1 p.m.
WEEK 4 Didgeridoo
Down Under June 30,
Hilliard branch at 1 p.m.,
Callahan branch at 4 p.m.;
July 2, Peck Center auditori-
um at 1 p.m.; Yulee FCCJ
Nassau Center David Yulee
Room at 4 p.m.; July 3,
Bryceville branch at 1 p.m.
WEEK 5 AGLAW K-9 unit
- July 7, Hilliard branch at 1
p.m., Callahan branch at 4 -,
p.m.; July 9, Peck Center audi-
torium at 1 p.m.; Yulee FCCJ
Nassau Center David Yulee
Room at 4 p.m.; July 10,
Bryceville branch at 1 p.m.
WEEK 6 Magician Barry
Hinnant July 14, Hilliard
branch at 1 p.m., Callahan
branch at 4 p.m.; July 16,
Peck Center auditorium at 1
p.m.; Yulee FCCJ Nassau
Center David Yulee Room at 4
p.m.; July 17, Bryceville
branch at 1 p.m:
WEEK 7 Professional.sto-:
ryteller Sherry Norfolk Julyi
21, Hilliard branch at 1 p.m.;
Callahan branch at 4 p.m.;
July 23, Peck Center auditori-
um at 1 p.m.; Yulee FCCJ
Nassau Center David Yulee
Room at 4 p.m.; July 24,
Bryceville branch at 1 p.m.
Local author Doug Hanau
will sign copies of his second
novel, The Cardinal Pirate,
as well as his first novel,
Surfing Treasure's Wake, part
of his Amelia Island
Adventure Series, on June 21
from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. at Books
Plus on Centre Street.
Call 261-0303 for more
The Society of Children's
Book Writers & Illustrators
will meet June 21 from 1-3
p.m. at the Southeast
Regional Library, 10599
Deerwood Park Blvd.,
librarian Keith Hayes will
talk about what kids read
today, what books librarians
buy and marketing to librari-
ans. The group is free and
open to the public.
For more information,
contact Janet Walter at
Writers and poets
The next meeting of the
Nassau County Writers and
Poets Society will be at 9:30
a.m. on June 21 at the
Fernandina Beach Municipal
Airport. All writers and poets
in the county are invited;
bring two double-spaced
pages of your original prose
or two to three of your
poems. Be prepared to read
and discuss your work. For
more information, contact
Cara at www.wordsmythe@
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FRIDAY, June 20, 2008 NEWS News-Leader
City finance office
to Peck Center?
The city finance depart-
ment may move from its build-
ing at Fifth and Lime streets,
where it shares space with the
utility department, to new
offices in the Peck Recreation
Center on South 10th Street.
According to a memo from
City Manager Michael
Czymbor's office, the utility
department would stay at the
current location, with some
improvements to its quarters.
According to Czymbor, the
finance and utility depart-
ments were moved from City
Hall to the facility on Fifth
Street in 2003. The new loca-
tion was intended to be only
temporary, and has become
"woefully inadequate" to
house the two departments.
City commissioners in
February approved expansion
of the existing building that
houses both departments,
with an addition of 2,000
square feet. Several commis-
sioners at that meeting object-
ed to the $300,000 that was
budgeted for the expansion,
and suggested that architec-
tural fees be limited to 6 per-
AGING Continued from 1A
I'm paying the city. Shouldn't
my county taxes go to pay for
Mike Boyle said the city and
the county should work
together to help the Cduncil
on Aging maintain a presence
on the island. "We're going to
be giving up a very valuable
asset (if we give up the
property) and we're looking
for a partner'," he said.
"Nobody's saying, 'We did
this, so you have to do
that'We're looking for a part-
"There's no doubt in my
mind this is what we ought to
do. It's the best use of the prop-
AIA Continued from. 1A
oyh aid that, while. new
development wasi suspended,
property owners who pur-
chased land before the sus-
pension must be allowed to
"There's not only a legal
issue here, there's a moral
issue," Boyle said. "If people
do their due diligence, then
they should be able to build
"I was the one who brought
that resolution forward, and
it shouldn't have been a slap
in the face," Sapp said. "What
it was meant to do was convey
to you not to approve any-
thing else until the infrastruc-
ture is in place. ... I've been
critical of this city; I've been
critical of a lot of people. We
let them build, and we let
them build, and we let them
County Attorney David
Hallman said that while new
development has been sus-
pended, a zero-growth strate-
gy is not a permanent solution.
'The county tells people every
A contract was subse-
quently awarded to Dixon
Associates of St. Augustine,
but after a closer look, city
staff decided to consider "uti-
lizing an existing city facility to
meet operational and spatial
needs," wrote Czymbor.
Jerry Dixon, head of Dixon
Associates, said his firm and
city staff were looking at dif-
ferent areas within the Peck
Center, both upstairs and
downstairs, and putting
together an analysis. They are
also evaluating remodeling
portions of the building on
"Instead of spending
$300,000 to build an addition,"
said Dixon, "we can use what
the city already has for a frac-
tion of that cost."
According to Czymbor, "A
report on the expected costs
for refurbishing the Peck and
the present facility should be
Funds for the new facility
will come from the general
fund and wastewater bonds
from futility billing, according
to city Finance Director Patti
erty," Mayor Bruce Malcolm
said. "... It's an absolutely
"If you're looking for our
cooperation, to the extent that
we fiscally can, you've got it,"
The agency did not vote on
a final plan to fund the proj-
ect, as the county commission
has not yet voted to give the
property to the Council on
Aging, and no price has been
set for the demolition of the
The building formerly
housed the hospital, then
offices of Nassau County con-
stitutional officers, but is now
used by county government
week, 'We don't have the
capacity. Yu c.in't nie your.
p .,p,-j ty.'" he ~,id ". li not,
going to be enough to say (no0
more development), because
literally billions of dollars could
come off the ad valorem tax
Barry Holloway pointed out
that AlA was defined as both
a Homeland Security and a
Federal Emergency Manage-
ment Agency evacuation route,
making it eligible for federal
funds. "A lot of these issues
have already been put in
motion, but I was told by (U.S.
Rep.) Ander (Crenshaw) it
would take three to five years
to get through committee,"
All agreed to: continue
exploring options to address
"I don't know what the
answer is," Sapp said. "I'm just
a little, nervous. Every time I
drive that AIA corridor, every
time I think ,about a storm
coming through, I get a little
Nassau Builders Council
June General Membership Meeting
Contact: Ashley Bizzarri
TRASH Continued from 1A
also has been hit by rising
costs to operate its trucks.
According to Advanced
Disposal representative Dave
Shepler, fuel is a major por-
tion of the company's oper-
ating costs, and the U.S.
Department of Energy rec-
ommends an 18 percent sur-
charge. Advanced Disposal,
he said, has a fuel surcharge
of only 12 to 15 percent of
Shepler also pointed out
that the twice-weekly rate for
Fernandina Beach is what
the company would normal-
ly get for once-weekly
The city, he said, also
receives half of Advanced
Disposal's rebate for recy-
cled material that is dropped
off at a Jacksonville recycling
center. Last year the city
received $3,800 in recycling
City Manager Michael
Czymbor told commission-
ers that although the com-
pany is asking for a signifi-
cant increase, he was
recommending to extend the
contract for five more years
"based on the level of cus-
Both commissioners and
residents at the meeting
expressed some confusion
about what type, of recy-
clables the company picks
up, and what to do with haz-
ardous waste such as bat-
teries, paint cans and motor
Shepler said the company
does not deal with hazardous
waste, as that is the respon-
sibility of residents. He said
he would come up with a list
of recycling guidelines for
the city to use by the end of
Childers said putting guide-
lines on the web or public-
access channel would be a
good way to educate the pub-
lic on recycling and haz-
Advanced Disposal is a
Jacksonville company that is
allied with Callahan-based
Stateline, which received the
city contract after Waste
Management Inc. pulled out.
The city previously operat-
ed the sanitation department
until a decision was made
five years ago to privatize the
service. Waste Management
won the contract in open bid-
,ding at that time. Bids were
not solicited for the contract
renewal thi s year.
CITY Continued from 1A
ment for possible purchase of
the post office building on
Centre Street. Under one plan,
the post office would continue to
operate in the building, which
the city would renovate for a
new city hall and maintain.
Sapp cited potential prob-
lems with financing the project
and recommended waiting at
least two or three years before
any capital expenditure plan is
undertaken by the city. He sug-
gested, rather than buying the
church, replacing the auditori-
um at Atlantic Avenue Recre-
ation Center with a new civic
center. City Hall, he said, should
remain where it is, with a pos-
sible annex built across Second
Street if needed.
Commissioner Susan Steger
said she would like to "challenge
people who have other ideas for
the post office (besides for a city
hall). Let's crunch the num-
bers," she said. "Can we afford
to see (the post office) crum-
bling away? There are a lot of
questions we have to ask.... We
"We're $50,000 in the red
already, looking at this project,"
said Childers, referring to the
Surber-Barber study. "How far
are we going to go before we
put it before the citizens to see
if they're interested? This is
going to be costly." He said the
city should do an online citizen
survey to find out how residents
feel about the project.
"We need to get more people
involved," he said. "A general
obligation bond is the way to
Bill Flynn, president of the
non-profit Friends of the Library
that helped sponsor the Surber-
Barber publication, noted it rec-
ommended selling surplus city
property, thus "creating a cash
flow stream in perpetuity" to
help finance the scheme.
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county library system provides
36,000 active library cards to
county and city residents.
Library membership is grow-
ing, she said, because more peo-
ple arc using the Internet, which
"catapults interest in the world."
Resident Clinch Kavanaugh
pointed out that the city has
already paid $4,000 for an
appraisal on the First Baptist
Church building, and added the
commission is "dancing around
each other but nobody has taken
the first step." .
"It's critically important that
we move ahead," said Kava-
naugh. "We have millions of dol-
lars in excess property. .. It's
time it got back on the tax rolls.
... I urge you all, it's time to move
Suanne Thamm, chair of the
Historic District Council,
expressed frustration with the
slowness of the process. "I'm
feeling more and more like I'm
in the middle of the Bill Murray
movie 'Groundhog Day,'" she
"I would like the city to con-
sider forming a task force ... so
we can stop going around chas-
ing our tails on this issue," said
Thamm. "I think you've heard
tonight there is a lot of interest
in moving forward."
"The consensus, I believe, is
going to be that we should pre-
serve the post office," said Sapp.
"We all seem to be working for
the same things but have dif-
ferent ways to finance it."
"I want to attack this thing
one place at a time, and I think
the place to begin is the post
office," said Mayor Bruce
"I think it's obvious there's a
bigger piece to this puzzle," said
Julie Ferreira, chair of the local
Sierra Club. "A performing arts
center is crucial to this,town....
Look at the long-term goals.
What's going to regenerate
downtown? There are a lot of
pieces and it's a big pie, and we
should look at the whole pie."
Interested citizens may
download a copy of the study
at the Friends of the Library
website, http: //read.nassau.
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WEST SIDE BRIEFS
Representatives of U.S.
Sen. Bill Nelson's office will
hold office hours for
Callahan and Nassau
County residents on June 23
from 10-11:30 a.m. at
Callahan Town Hall, 543200
US 1. The availability is
open to anyone, including
those who need help with a
Those unable to attend
may contact Nelson by mail
at 1301 Riverplace Blvd.,
Suite 2218, Jacksonville, FL
32207 or through his web-
site at http://billnelson.
The Nassau County
Recreation Commission will
hold a public meeting on
June 26 at 7 p.m. at the
county Building Mainte-
nance/Parks and Recrea-
tion Office located at 45195
Mussel White Road, Calla-
The public is invited.
A meeting to complete
plans for the annual Fourth
of July Celebration in
Hilliard will be held on June
30 at 7 p.m. at Hilliard Town
The event is sponsored
by the Hilliard Action
Committee on behalf of the
Town of Hilliard.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
CITY OF FERNANDINA BEACH
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Quasi-Judicial, Public Hearing is scheduled
for Tuesday. July 1. 2008 at 6:00 PM in the City Commission Chambers,
204 Ash Street Femandina Beach, Florida to consider the following application:
ORDINANCE NO. 2008-14
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OFFER-
NANDINA BEACH, FLORIDA PROVIDING AN EXCLUSIVE
FRANCHISE TO ADVANCED DISPOSAL SERVICES STATELINE, LLC,
A DELAWARE LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY, FOR THE
COLLECTION AND DISPOSAL OF ALL RESIDENTIAL AND
COMMERCIAL TRASH, GARBAGE, AND OTHER REFUSE, AND
PROVIDING FOR THE COLLECTION OF RESIDENTIAL
RECYCLABLE MATERIALS AND YARD WASTE WITHIN THE CITY
LIMITS; FURTHER PROVIDING FOR DEFINITIONS; GRANT OF
FRANCHISE; LIMITS OF FRANCHISE; TERM OF FRANCHISE;
FRANCHISE CONSIDERATION; ASSIGNMENT; BANKRUPTCY OR
INSOLVENCY; DEFAULT; RATE CHANGES; RIGHTS OF FIRST
REFUSAL; RESTORATION; COMPLIANCE WITH LAWS; LIABILITY
INSURANCE, HOLD HARMLESS, WORKERS COMPENSATION;
PERFORMANCE BOND; RIGHT TO REQUIRE PERFORMANCE;
DISPUTE RESOLUTION; OPERATIONS DURING DISPUTE;
STANDARD OF PERFORMANCE; CURBSIDE RECYCLABLE
MATERIALS COLLECTION AND DISPOSAL; RECYCLING
PROGRAM; COLLECTION SERVICES AND OPERATIONS; OFFICE
AND COLLECTION HOURS; DISPOSAL; ROUTES AND SCHEDULES;
GRANTEE PERSONNEL; SPILLAGE AND LITTER; STORMS AND
OTHER EMERGENCIES; NONDISCRIMINATION PROVISION;
RATES AND CHARGES; BILLING FOR SERVICES; ACCOUNTING,
RIGHT TO AUDIT; COMPLAINTS; CHARGES FOR FAILURE OF PER-
FORMANCE; MISCELLANEOUS SECTION; REPEAL OF SECTIONS
IN CONFLICT; SEVERABILITY; AND PROVIDING FOR AN
Interested parties may appear at said hearing and be heard as to the advisability of
any action, which may be considered. Any persons with disabilities requiring
accommodations in order to participate in this program or activity should contact
277-7305, TTY 277-7399, C(TY number f6r all City offices) or through the Florida
Relay Service at 1-800-955-8771 at least 24 hours in advance to request such
IF ANY PERSON DECIDES TO APPEAL ANY DECISION'MADE BY THE
BOARD/COMMISSION WITH RESPECT TO ANY MATTER CONSIDERED AT
SUCH HEARING, S/HE WILL NEED TO ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM
RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE, WHICH RECORD INCLUDES
THE TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH THE APPEAL IS TO BE
Copies of the applications may be inspected in the office of the City Clerk, City Hall,
204 Ash Street, between the hours of 8:00 AM 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday.
For information on the application, please contact the Staff of the City Clerk's Office
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
CITY OF FERNANDINA BEACH
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Quasi-Judicial, Public
Hearing is scheduled for Tuhesday. July 1.2008 at 6:00 PM in the
City Commission Chambers, 204 Ash Street Femandina Beach,
Florida to consider the following application:
ORDINANCE NO. 2008-15
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE
CITY OF FERNANDINA BEACH, FLORIDA, AMENDING
CHAPTER 62, PERSONNEL, ARTICLE IV, FIREFIGHTER'S
AND POLICE OFFICER'S PENSION PLAN, OF THE CODE
OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF FERNANDINA BEACH;
AMENDING SECTION 62-115, CONTRIBUTIONS; A
MENDING SECTION 62-116, BENEFIT AMOUNTS AND
ELIGIBILITY; AMENDING SECTION 62-118, DISABILITY;
PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY OF PROVISIONS;
REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT
HEREWITH; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
Interested parties may appear at said hearing and be heard as to
the advisability of any action, which may be considered. Any
persons with disabilities requiring accommodations in order to
participate in this program or activity should contact 277-7305,
TTY 277-7399, (TTY number for all City, offices) or through the
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THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE, WHICH RECORD
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WHICH THE APPEAL IS TO BE BASED.
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"There was plenty of blue-
berries, plenty of plants, plenty
of food and a nice atmosphere,"
said Northeast Florida Fair
Association President Donnie
Jarrett on Saturday, near the
end of the 7th Annual Northeast
Florida Fair Association
Blueberry Festival held at the
fairgrounds north of Callahan.
.He said a lot of people were
there to attend all the addition-
al events, some new this year,
such as the rodeo both
evenings, the youth poultry and
beef shows and the water slides
for the kids, which were a big
"The kids are having a ball.
My only complaint about that
is that I'm not small enough to
go in," he said.
The bottom line is that the
festival is all about blueberries
and kids, and Jarrett said as far
as he is concerned, since both
did great, the festival can only
be considered a success.
This year's Blueberry
Festival actually got off to a slow
start Friday afternoon, but
picked up as the sun went down.
Whether it was because of the
combined heat and humidity or
that people just didn't begin to
appear until the workday was
over and the weekend had start-
ed, no one can say.
Some vendors said they
were alarmed by the low num-
ber of people attending Friday
afternoon, fearing that was the
forecast for the whole weekend.
But on Saturday morning,
there was a dramatic change
and several vendors selling
blueberries and blueberry
bushes.reported booming sales,
including for blueberry pancake
The vendor at the Jeophro's
Swamp Sauce booth was
pleased by the response to his
blueberry pancakes with
sausage, but was not prepared
for the long line ready to eat
them when the festival opened
at 8 a.m. on Saturday. Somehow
a rumor spread that he would
not be selling breakfast past 10
a.m., hence the long line that
Blueberries and blueberry
bushes were the big sellers.
However, the lines were just as
long where cold beverages, ice,
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Talent Show for two age divi-
sions on Friday evening. There
were not enough contenders in
either one to merit third-place
winners. However, first-place
winner and recipient of the $75
award in the Senior Division (13
to 18) was Nalani Qdintello.
Hailey Hoopes took second
place and was awarded $50.
First-place winner in the
Junior Division (6 to 12) was
Kaitlyn Brown. Second-place
winner was a pair of girls, Emily
Denham and Kirstyn Key. First
received $75 and second, $50.
Judges were Montego Bay
Coffee owner Blair Davison, and
NEFLFA President Donnie
Jarrett. Secretary Judy Jarrett
was nearby in case she was
needed to break a tie.
Entertainers during the two-
day festival were hard to find.
Judy Jarrett said that 'n on
Entertainment Chairman Ray
Williams called her and said
that five of his entertainment
volunteers had dropped out
because of the heat.
There were many sponsors
for the festival and Jarrett said
he'd like to thank each and
every one for their sponsorship
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The annual Hilliard
Fourth of July Celebration
will begin on July 4 at the
Hilliard Airpark at 4 p.m.,
starting with the flag raising
by Veterans of Foreign Wars
Post 10095 and TanyaWilkes
leading in the singing of the
The event is sponsored by
the Hilliard Action Committee
on behalf of the town of
The HAC finalized most
of its plans for the event dur-
ing its June 16 meeting at
Hilliard Town HalL There will
be one last meeting on June
30 to be sure that all the plans
have been carried out.
The fireworks were pur-
chased from Pyrotecnico, in
New Castle, Pa., for $15,000.
The company also sends one
of its technicians to provide
the fireworks, show. To pro-
vide added on-site safety dur-
ing the celebration, several
fire units are planning to be
So far, there will be booths
selling barbecued chicken,
pork sandwiches, dinners,
french fries, funnel cakes, bot-
tled water, watermelon, snack
items, peanuts, Gatorade, ice
cream, popcorn, snow cones,
lemonade and various drinks.
Some novelty items being
sold include glow jewelry,
memorabilia, T-shirts, cups,
tattoos, face paint, balloons,
bracelets and toy airplanes.
Although this is a great
opportunity for non-profit
church, school and fraternal
organizations to raise money,
it would be best if they coor-
dinate their efforts with the
Hilliard Town Hall office
about what to sell.
The town plans to trans-
port its .picnic tables to ,the
"$1?park oi th6e';eip'bration,
but people ar'&beinik ehcdur-
aged to bring their own fold-
ing lawn chairs and/or blan-
kets on which to sit to eat,
watch the entertainment and
the fireworks exhibition. They
are also reminded that alco-
hol and breakable drinking
glasses are not permitted on
Be sure to heed all the
signs, Which will be installed
prior to the celebration, re-
For information, or to
make arrangements for food
booths or games, call Hilliard
Town Hall at (904) 845-3555.
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Winners of the Blueberry Festival youth
talent show, 13-18 age division, above
left, were Nalani Quintello, right, first
place, and Hailey Hoopes, second.
Winners in the 6-12 age group, above
right, were Kaitlyn Brown, left, first
place, and the team of Kirstyn Key, cen-
ter, and Emily Denham, second. This
Ferandina Beach resident, left, said his
blueberry pancakes were really good,
but he chose to wait until after the long
line subsided before getting his break-
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FRI DAY, June 20, 2008 NEWS News-Leader
'Terri's Ride'to benefit
Two years ago, Nassau
County Sheriff's Office
employee Terri Evans was
diagnosed with breast cancer.
She fought it hard, and with
a smile, continuing to work as
a detention deputy at the jail as
long as she could, but she
recently learned the fight is
Nassau County Sheriff
Tommy Seagraves said Evans
has learned the cancer has
spread, including to her lungs
and brain. She's only 47 years
old, but doctors have said she
does not have long to live.
"She's not doing good,"
said Seagraves, who visited
with her this week. "She bat-
tled it pretty hard last year, I
pulled her out of the jail and
had her working in the court
as a bailiff just to get her out of
(the jail) environment ... and
then it came back."
In spite of Seagraves allow-
ing employees to donate sick
leave to Evans and the fact that
she is still covered under her
county medical insurance,
Seagraves said the illness has
c r e a t e dI
for her family.
Evans is mar-
ried and has
Evans live in
daughter who is a senior at
Hilliard Middle-Senior High
So coworkers have joined
to organize "Terri's Ride," a
fundraiser motorcycle ride that
will take place Saturday at
Peters Point beach access.
Registration will begin at 8 a.m.
and the ride will begin at 9 a.m.
The cost of registration is
$20, and the full length of
the trip is 90 miles with fuel
Seagraves estimated about
300 to 500 people are expected
to participate. For those who'd
like to help but don't drive
motorcycles, there will be
refreshments hotdogs, ham-
burgers, french fries and
drinks for sale at the event,
and the Park Street Band will
drawings for door prizes donat-
ed by local businesses and a
silent auction will also be avail-
S,.. ii.d.-. -,d.. -...il, I Evans
as a feisty woman with a great
sense of humor and a beautiful
"She never complains
about her, she's worried about
everybody else," he said. "She
told me last week ... I'm not
worried about me, I'll be fine,
I'm just worried about my fam-
He said she told him she'd
been advised that cancer
patients should set a goal of
something they want to live to
"She said, 'I'll set a goal to
see my daughter graduate
high school, then I'll set a goal
to see college graduation, then
I'll set a goal to see my grand-
children ... I'm going to keep
setting my goals and end up
living a whole lifetime,'" he
said. "She's so precious about
For more information on
Terri's Ride, contact the sher-
iff's office at 225-0331.
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-Leader guish it once they got into the into their yards to watch the
building but gaining entry fire.
igators are try- was difficult due to burglar bars No one was in the building
ne the cause of a and "basically a burglar door." when the fire started and no
iged The Amelia Bunch said conditions were one was injured.
se at 906 South challenging for the firefight- Smith said meetings are
in Fernandina ers, who were on the scene held at the building several
ves as a meeting until about 7:30 p.m. long times each day.
oholics Anony- after the blaze was extin- Support groups have
;r organizations. guished. rescheduled their meetings.
*as reported to "We contained (the fire) to Al-Anon Family Group, a sup-
ach Fire Rescue that one room, but there was a port group for family members
Wednesday by lot of heat and smoke damage and friends of alcoholics will
Florida Public throughout the building," he meet at the Alachua Club, 32 N.
ed in the build- said. "... The air was so charged Third St. in Fernandina Beach,
with smoke and physically it on Saturday, Sunday, Monday
oyee Jay Smith was a hot day anyway ... it was and Wednesday at 11 a.m., at 7
king to cowork- like being in an oven baking a p.m. on Thursday and at noon
when she point- cake." on Friday. For more informa-
which he could Bunch said the cause of the tion, call 261-7175 or 261-1813.
window in his fire has not been determined; The house was formerly
investigators are looking at located behind St. Peter's
and I could see electric wiring in the building Episcopal Church and was
wo-feet by;three first,.but,,that may not have 'donated for its new use by thel
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her and (1 and It looked OK, so we're try- conveyed from Rayonier to
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SI IANNON MALCOM
An 84-year-old mfan accused
of being a ringleader in a large,
family-operated drug ring,
entered a plea of not guilty
Thursday to two charges of sale
or delivery of cocaine.
Joseph "Duck" Simmons, 84,
has not been jailed due to his
age and the condition of his
health, authorities have said.
Simmons was arrested last
month along with several other
people as part of "Operation
Fishnet," a nine-month under-
cover narcotics investigation
conducted by the Fernandina
Beach Police Department and
the U.S. Drug Enforcement
Police believe two of
Simmons' sons, Christopher 'T
Brown and Benjamin "Boy-
Baby" Simmons, were also
involved in the cocaine-selling
operation. Brown, has been
arrested on related charges:
Benjamin Simmons is still want-
ed by police.
Assistant Public Defender
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Court Judge Robert Foster to
represent Simmons in the case
against him. Simmons' next
court date is set for Thursday.
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A Hilliard man was sen-
tenced to 15 years in prison
Thursday for his role in a
December 2006 bank robbery.
Kyle Ray Himes, 23, was
found guilty in April by a jury.
Himes will receive credit
for 123 days he has already
served in the Nassau County
Jail. He also was ordered to
pay $323 in court costs and
$2,265 in restitution to
Himes was arrested short-
ly after the Dec. 8, 2006 rob-
bery. In March, his co-defen-
dant Raychelle Gilbreth, 25,
pleaded guilty to robbery and
was sentenced to time served
in the Nassau County Jail, but
she now faces new charges of
perjury for allegedly lying
under oath about the robbery.
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and giving a handwritten note
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had a gun and demanding
money. She then put the cash
in her purse, exited the bank
and walked to the vehicle
where police say Himes was
waiting and the two left the.
Gilbreth is currently in cus-
tody at the Nassau County Jail
awaiting trial on a charge of
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The Democratic Club of Amelia Island is
scheduled to hold its monthly dinner meeting
at 6 p.m. Tue-sdily ;it St. leter's Episcopal
Church Parish lalla t all iglihth SrIvcl itand
Atlantic Avenue in F'rnTindiiia lieach. All
Nassau County Democrats arc invited to
attend. The program will be about this year's
To make a reservation, call Jennifer
Wildes at 261-1969 or e-mail gokycats67@
yahoo.com. The cost of dinner is $15 for
those who have made a reservation ahead of
time or $20 at the door.
Sierra Club reorganizes
Joan D. Altman, for many years the leader
of the Nassau Sierra Club, has retired. Julie
Ferreira has been chosen as Nassau Sierra
chairman as part of a general reorganization
of the group's executive committee.
Under Altman's leadership, Nassau Sierra
helped to keep a Wal-Mart Supercenter off
Amelia Island: successfully fought a dry-dock
project; helped establish the Fernandina
Beach recycling program; and played a major
role to bring the problems associated with
the Egans Creek Greenway's wetland mitiga-
tion project in 2003 to the forefront of public
SShe also campaigned relentlessly for
county wetland buffers to remain at 50 feet
rather than being reduced to 25 feet, and
worked for tree ordin;iances to proectl the
CIItnop)V g 'r th\\'l l l nid i ii i; lto I' (l N s() saI
Counllty. It was tndler er 'leadershiip that
Nassau Sierra challenged county govern-
ment through the courts on its decision to
disregard the wetland/conservation zoning,
for Crane Island.
Nassau Sierra also this year lost three
other key leaders who withdrew for various
reasons: Pam Sass, John Glenn and Erv
In the new organization under Ferreira's
leadership, Winifred Stephenson returns to
the executive committee as vice chairman.
Other holdover executive committee mem-
bers are Eric Titcomb, Bob Weintraub, Rich
Rothrock and Lowell Hall. Newly added to
the leadership group are Maria Struss, who
will be treasurer, and Linda Leopold, who will
There is one open position on the execu-
tive committee to be filled.
Various committees are also being
formed in such areas as water issues, tree
protection, conservation, energy and climate
change. For information, call Ferreira at
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Hart seeks seat in House
Bobby Hart, a veteran edlu-
cator in Nassau, Baker and
Union counties, has announced
his candidacy for the Floridal
Iouse of lepr)cscnilativw's,
He will oppose Janet Adkins
in the primary election to suc-
ceed Rep. Aaron Bean, who is
stepping down because of man-
dated term limits.
Hart, a Republican, has
taught at West Nassau High
School sin& 2000 and has been
involved in public education for
almost 30 years. He is also a
major in the U.S. Army Reserve
and has served two tours in sup-
port of Operation Iraqi Free-
dom, returning most recently
in April 2007.
"I don't think anyone knows
this district and the people in it
better than I do," said Hart, a
sixth-generation Floridian who
has strong ties with all six coun-
ties within the district. "Obvious-
ly, education is my first love,
but I will be more than a one-
issue candidate. I'm concerned
and have experience in the
plight of working families, pro-
viding the best security for our
citizens, veteran affairs and in
general making Floridai the kind
of state we want to live in and
one we want to leave for ourr
Some of Hart's key career
Star Medal and
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rrt service in
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Foundation Star Teacher,
Nassau County Record Golden
Apple for teaching excellence,
award-winning writer and pho-
Florida National Guard sol-
d ier, 1 ',..', ','.
Baker County School
Board member, 1990-96
Bachelor's and master's
degrees from the University-of
Former adjunct professor
at the University of Florida, 2000
One key that Hart sees in
representing District 12 is the
geographic size of the district "I
intend to have a mobile office
that will travel around the dis-
trict and I'll spread my staff
throughout so we can better
meet the needs of our citizens,"
Hart is a proponent of home
rule over governmental issues.
"1I think one problem we have in
Florida is the wide disparity of
needs and wants throughout
the state," he said. "What is
good for South Florida may not
be good for us in North Florida.
District 12 is the same on a
smaller scale, so I think locally
elected officials should decide
what is best for their communi-
Hart, who ran for the District
12 seat in 2000, said, "People
talked to me about running for
the state house again, and I told
them no. When (Bradford
County) Sheriff (Bob) Milner
dropped out of the race, I was
contacted to run, but I said it
was too late to get into the race.
'"Then someone reminded
me that just by the natural
course my life has taken, I have
been running for this job every
day my entire life."
Hart's family includes his
wife, Cheryl, a first-grade
teacher atWestside Elementary
school in Glen St. Mary for 31
years and former board of direc-
tors member at Lake City
Community College; two sons,
Air Force Capt. Dustin M..Hart
and Jonathan Hart, both grad-
uates of the University of
Florida; daughter-in-law Tyleen
and two grandsons, Rylan and
For more information or to
be part of the campaign, call
655-1523 or e-mail Hartbeat
Greater Nassau Women's
Services has changed its
name to TLC Pregnancy
Center. Director Susan Holt
said the name change was
due to frequent inquiries
about whether the center
was Planned Parenthood ai
if abortions were performed
"The board of directors
felt TLC Pregnancy Center
represents the vast majority
of this community's view on
the sanctity of human life.
TLC Pregnancy Center will
have the same business
hours and services they had
prior to the name change.
We continue to serve teens
and women with unplanned
pregnancies and are the
only pregnancy center in
Nassau County," said Holt.
The center is located at
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Pig slop tc
The world's largest floating barbecue
pit is about to kick into high gear off
Main Beach any day now. As soon as
preparations are complete, millions of
cubic yards of pork will get pumped onto the
beach starting just south of Fort Clinch State
Park and for several miles south.
Pork, you say? You mean sand, don't you?
Nope. Fernandina Beach already has sand on
it. Has had since the island was'born. What's
getting ready to be shot out of steel pipes onto
the beach from an offshore site is pure pig
meat: Be sure to thank Rep. Ander Crenshaw.
He's the grill-meister who brung home the
Of course, it's only costing us that's you
and me, Jane and Joe Taxpayer a measly
$14.1 million for this little beach picnic. But
who's counting? Crenshaw earmarked the lat-
est $5.4 million bit of this hog out of the last
chunk of a U.S. House of Representatives
spending bill this spring.
Conservatives rail against earmarks and
pork barrel projects. They posture and pontifi-
cate and bluster and scold about wasteful
spending. And rightfully so. But let a bunch of
oceanfront property owners start whining
about Mama Nature chawing away at the
beach in front of their summer places and -
whoa, baby, lookout! Boss Hawg to the rescue.
Contrast the pile of cash Crenshaw nabbed
to benefit a mere few with the poor man's sum
of $500,000 he earmarked to help out the strug-
i gling Mayport Ferry, which at least has histori-
cal significance and serves the transportation
) cover our beaches
needs of thousands.
For eons, the shape of
Amelia Island has been
defined by nature. It's a barri-
er island facing an eternal and
relentless assault from the
brute force of the Atlantic
SOcean. The sand shifts from
north to south and south to
north. One end of the island
CUP OF builds up and the other end
JOE diminishes. Then the endless
..... process reverses itself and
starts all over again. Now
Joe Palmer oceanfront property owners,
many of whom are only here a few weeks out
of each year, want to impose their will on God.
And they want you and me to pay for it.
I take no joy in watching a person's house
or front yard get gobbled up by the ocean. But
come on. Hurricane Dora, the last real hurri-
cane to really slam this town, was over 40 years
ago. If you've been dumb enough to build a
house along the sand dune facing the ocean
since then, why should I have to pony up to
insure your folly? Why should I have to pour
any of my tax money down this bottomless
ghost crab hole? And please, spare me the pig
poo about it being for everyone's benefit.
Where is that good old reliable self-suffi-
ciency conservatives are always extolling?
Every time someone to the center or the left of
the spectrum has an idea that will possibly
result in a dip into the public till, they cry foul.
They raise the specter of socialism. They revile
their ideological opposites with accusations of
creating and nurturing a cradle to grave nanny
state. Let the free market take care of it, is their
rallying cry. Not out of my pockets, you don't,
Well, OK. Fair enough.
Here's what I propose. Let all the ocean-
front property owners that would include pri-
vate residences, resorts, condominiums, hotels
and anyone else with a structure or dwelling
along the dune line form a private corpoia-
tion. Let them impose fees on their members
just as condo associations do. Let them deposit
those fees into a bank account only to be touch-
ed for beach renourishment projects. And then,
when the ocean starts eroding the sand from
, their front doors, let them go out onto the free
market and purchase the sand to fix the prob-
lem. Goods and services paid for with privately
raised monies. Capitalism at its finest.
But the way things stand right now, the
stuff that's about to start flowing out of those
big bore pipes onto our beaches is going to
have a distinctive porcine aroma. To heck with
wading around in it looking for ancient shells
and shark's teeth. You might as well head on
down there with your favorite sauce and couple
of slices of bread and start sopping it up..
Most of it swill get dumped in front of houses
along South Fletcher Avenue where you and I
can't even park our cars when the miniscule
"public beach accesses" fill up. And they want
us to pay for it?
That pork is starting to smell like socialism.
Joe Palmer of Fernandina Beach writes regu-
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Don't blame chamber
We are all concerned about the number of
vacant buildings in the historic district and around
Amelia Island in this difficult economy, however,
after reading the June 13 story "City urged to sup-
port downtown businesses" it is curious that city
of Fernandina Commissioner Ron Sapp would
choose to point the finger of blame at the Amelia
Island-Fernandina Beach-Yulee Chamber of
Commerce for the empty buildings.
Historically, and over the last two years, the
AIFBY Chamber has taken the initiative to help
improve the business climate in the historic dis-
trict and around the area. Following are some
In 2007, the AIFBY Chamber paid for two
downtown merchants to attend the Florida Main
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The AIFBY Chamber has worked with local
historic district business owners to secure an ad
valorem tax exemption for qualifying historic
The AIFBY Chamber took the initiative to
assist a group of business owners in seeking a
change to the city's land-use code to allow the
rental of two- and four-wheeled scooters and
small electric vehicles. This change was approved
at the June 11 planning board meeting and will go
before the Fernandina City Commission in
In addition, the chamber has spent count-
less hours lobbying the state for non-homestead
tax caps and tax cuts and has helped to shine a
light on Nassau County's spending habits.
Sapp went on to say that the chamber appears
to "be more concerned with resorts on the south
end." Again, Sapp appears to be attempting to shift
Instead of pointing fingers of blame, perhaps
the city should concentrate oh training city staff
to support the business community instead of
making things difficult or being unresponsive, as
we often hear from our members.
The mission of the AIFBY Chamber of
Commerce is to work with business leaders "to
sustain a favorable business climate that enables
existing and new businesses to prosper. (And
to) provide leadership that aggressively promotes
responsible economic growth, employment
opportunities, responsible government, excel-
lence in education and quality of life."
We honor this mission by helping hundreds
of customers daily at the Gateway and historic
Depot locations, taking the lead on issues impor-
tant to our membership and encouraging visi-
tors and residents to patronize Nassau County
The Staff of the AIFBY Chamber of
Commerce, Gateway Office
Regina Duncan, President
Jessie Austin, Administrative Assistant
Jill Dorson Chi,
Director of Communications
Colson Hiller, Membership Sales
Lori Hoerl, Director of
Events and Programs
Kelly Monti, Director of Membership
Suellen Murray, Membership Services
Debbie Parke, Financial Assistant
Ann Williamson, Membership Sales
Drill for oil here
It's the idiots who don't mind spending $90 to
fill up, maybe because they came from England.
But the fact is we have oil all over our country,
why does all our oil go overseas?
It's about time everyone gets on board; go to
Americansolutions.com sign up, if you don't you
must not care how much you pay for fuel.
Everything is costing more because it's costing
more to get it to us. I don't care what party you
are, but you need to let them know we should be
drilling our own oil. It's high time the Congress
quit getting bribe money from OPEC so we can
afford to take our kids on vacation. Are they get-
ting bribe money, I don't know, if not why can't
we drill off our coast when Cuba and China are?
Someone is getting rich; we are getting the
J.L. Brown Jr.
I would like to take this opportunity to rec-
ognize and commend a place for its awesome
service Murray's Grille in Yulee.
My husband and I recently went there to cel-
ebrate our anniversary, it has long since become
a place we choose for "special occasions," but the
night we went we had a server that went way
above and beyond tlhe call she was just -awe-
some from start to finish. Her name was Tami;
she made sure we were taken care of from start
to finish although they were busy as it was "Bike
Night." She never once made us feel rushed
and she is one that genuinely seems to care
about the patrons she serves not just there to
I can think of a few other places around that
could surely take lessons from Murray's and
their fine staff!
FRIDAY, JUNE20.2008 / Niws-LEADER
De Risi celebrates 100th birthday
When I walked up to the counter of
the Best Friends Card and Gifts store, 1
was confident I had an impossible
"Do you have a balloon that says
Happy 100th Birthday?"
Not only did they have one, they had
a choice of special birthday balloons.
Other people standing at the counter
smiled. Celebrating 100 years is pretty
incredible. With the commemorative
helium balloon held tightly, I drove to
Quality Health to join a group of friends
for the special occasion. Antonia Maria
De Risi, mother.of Toni Callahan, cele-
brated her 100th birthday June 9.
Although bowed by age, De Risi
remains an elegant woman who has
lived a wonderful life. We sipped cham-
pagne and admired pictures of the beau-
tiful young woman celebrating her cen-
We left after our brief but very gay
party and continued on to dinner, where
we continued to celebrate a very special
woman. Callahan shared wonderful sto-
ries of her mother's fascinating life.
Born in Brooklyn, a daughter of Italian
immigrants living in New York, she did
well in school. She didn't want to go
when her parents decided to return to
Italy. They were homesick. The threat of
Homecoming at Blackrock Baptist,
where the Rev. Frank Camarotti is sen-
ior pastor, was celebrated June 1. Guest
speaker was the Rev. Gary Holmes.
Special music was by Hope Street.
Following the worship service, dinner
was enjoyed in the fellowship hall.
Father's Day was June 15. Vacation
Bible School was June 16-20. VBS com-
mencement service is June 22 at 6 p.m.
Louise Weaver said, "It is wonderful
having so many brothers and sisters in
Christ that cofitinue to pray for us. I love
you alL God bless."
Senior Pastor Frank Camarotti writes
about a very busy month of May: "I offi-
ciated at three weddings and had the
opportunity to attend a reunion of some
of my old buddies off the U.S.S. Luce.
We hadn't seen each other in 43 years.
We all sounded the same, just looked a
bit different. It was a great time of remi-
"I also had the opportunity to attend
a senior pastors' retreat in Crystal River
given by the Florida Baptist Financial
Service. I was able to meet other pastors
in our state, play some golf and worship
together in the evening. We will be gear-
ihng up for our children's camps and
VBS. Lisa Merritt is our VBS director
this year and has been working hard,
getting everything ready so we can have
a great time.
"Please keep Louise Weaver in your
daily prayers. She surely has shown all
of us the tremendous faith she has. We
really have missed her in the office. We
are finding out how much she really
does for all of us. Lisa Hiers and Terri
Lee will be helping Louise keep all the
ministries of the children active and will
also be over the children's camp.
"I'm looking forward to see what
God is going to do through all of these
summer ministries. God bless."
Operation Christmas Child (the Shoe
Box Ministry). Ever wonder where
those shoe boxes have gone? There is a
follow-up mission trip planned to
Charlotte, N.C., Dec. 1-3. We will work
for one day in the plant that processes
and mails the shoe boxes. We will also
be taking a tour of the Ruth Graham
......m.m.. war brought them back
-to New York. She spent
most of her life in the
New York City area.
She lived in southern
A .4 Florida for 35 years
S and has been on
Amelia Island for the
So what has con-
FROM tribute to her moth-
THE er's long life? The lov-
PORCH ing daughter was quick
'. "Moderation in all
Dickie things but love."
Anderson Over dinner,
Callahan shared the
amazing experience of taking her moth-
er to Fernandina City Hall for the read-
ing of a special proclamation in honor of
Some of the very special words in
the birthday proclamation included:
"Whereas, Antonia Maria De Risi is
the shining example of love, care, con-
cern and pride of family in the commu-
nity in which she lives; and whereas,
born in New York City on June 9, 1908,
the eldest of five children, Antonia
attended school during the days and
worked in sweat shops at nights to help
provide for her siblings. Whereas,
Antonia demonstrated her fine sewing
antd designing skills while working for
Bonwit Tellers, New York; at the ateliers
of A. Fogarty, Cashin; Lady Jane at the
Carlye; and for Oleg Cassini during the
'40s and '50s; and whereas, during
World War II, Mrs. De Risi was head of
the Women's Auxiliary teaching sewing
for military needs and supported the
war effort by making hospital gowns
and dressings for the military; and
whereas, Antonia married the boy next
door and had two daughters; and where-
as, after moving to Florida, Antonia gave
generously of her time and skills to the
Boys and Girls Club; The Jewish
Foundation; Habitat for Humanity; and
the Thrift Shop of Broward; and where-
as, a resident of Fernandina Beach for
the past 15 years, Mrs. De Risi is and
has always been a perfect and perfectly
Mayor Bruce Malcolm then declared
June 9, 2008, Antonia Maria De Risi Day.
Pretty incredible, living to see your hun-
dredth birthday and having an official
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She is available for speaking engagements
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speaker for homecoming
Bell facility. The dead- like a nice place. Even within the church
line for reservations everyone obviously wants to know
and a $20 deposit is when. If you have met Mr. Gene with
July 15. Contact Diane Elkins, our general contractor, then you
Haddock at 261-7849. can picture in your mind that shy grin
S I Our first wrapping he gives us every time we ask him that
party is scheduled for question. His answer? Soon! I truly
Sept. 6 at 10 a.m. believe he is as excited as we are. Like
Please start saving children anticipating Christmas, we are
those shoeboxes. all filled with anticipation for that first
HILDAS At a called business worship service. It will be here soon,
HEAR- meeting May 14, our just like we tell our children. We do not
ABOUTS members (Amelia have a firm commitment yet from
Baptist Church) voted Elkins, therefore I am hesitant to put
"" "" to co-sponsor with anything in writing.
Hilda First Baptist Church, "But I do have a solution to your
Higgbotam Fernandina and the anticipation. We should have the same
Higgiha first Hispanic Church anxious anticipation before every serv-
in our area, La Tierra ice that we all have for that first service
Prometida (The Promise Land Church). in the new facility. We should enter into
Afree baseball game followed by an worship filled with excitement of what
evangelistic presentation and a God is going to do, regardless of the
Christian concert will be at 3:05 p.m. location. Worship the Lord in the splen-
July 29 at The Baseball Grounds of dor of His holiness and expect great and
Jacksonville. It's an opportunity for us to mighty things. You will not be disap-
invite un-churched friends to a good ball pointed."
game and a chance to hear the Gospel. This comment from writer H.H.:
A team of local pastors and leaders has There will also be great music and
:invited the Scott Dawson Evangelisti ... singing!. Brother Mike Reed .does an,,
Association of Birmingham, Ala., to lead outstanding job of this! Wow! Bro.
the event Vouchers, which may be Charlie McDonough shepherds a large
exchanged for free admission tickets, group of youth as minister to students.
will be available at the church. Looking Maybe other surprises.
for a way to invite un-churched friends Pastor Chris Taylor of Clear Springs
to a neutral setting where they can hear Baptist Church, Mascot, Tenn., left Gray
about the love of Christ? Here's your Gables Baptist Church a few years ago
opportunity. Mark your calendars. as youth leader to be a pastor of this
Share your faith with others. church.
Amelia Travelers are a fun-loving, June will be a historic month for
multi-generational group that enjoy Clear Springs Baptist Church. Taylor
Christian fellowship. You can be one of writes: "After 112 years of faithfully
us by simply signing up for the next serving and ministering to the needs
activity. Travel with us to see the mati- and people of this community, we will
nee performance of "The Sound of embark upon our first ever international
Music" at the Alhambra Dinner Theater mission trip to Jamaica June 13-22. We
in Jacksonville July 10. We hope to have been obedient to the call of ourt-
secure a block of 20 seats for that date. Savior in ministering to our community
See Nancy Berry if you are interested, and sharing the Gospel. We have been
"When?" by the Rev. Bill Crews, min- obedient in going into our nation as we
ister of church administration,.First have been to Cawood and Wilmington,
Baptist Church, Fernandina Beach: thus far. Now is the.time for us to take
"That is the question everywhere I go. the final steps of obedience in the Great
'When will you be in your new facility?'
After 'when' comes 'nice.' It sure looks
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Mr. Bryant, Miss Soldner
Katelyn Lee Soldner and
Danny Carl Bryant Jr., both of
Jacksonville, will be married
Feb. 14, 2009.
The bride-elect is the
daughter of Rob and Marlane
Soldner of Jacksonville.
The bridegroom-elect is
the son of Danny and Terry
Bryant of Yulee.
Wendy Lynn Missinne and
Miss Missinne, Mr. Thomas
John Michael Thomas, both
of Yukon, Okla., will be mar-
ried at 6:30 p.m. Sept. 20,
2008, in Guthrie, Okla. The
reception will follow immedi-
ately at the Dominion House.
The bride-elect is the
daughter of the late Robert J.
Missinne and Linda M.
Missinne of Oklahoma City,
The bridegroom-elect is
the son of Therese Thomas of
Utah and Alan DelRio of
James W. and Millie J.
Stevenson of Yulee are cele-
brating their 50th wedding
anniversary at 6:30 p.m. June
22, 2008, at the Ocean Club at
Amelia Island Plantation.
The couple also celebrated
with an Alaskan cruise in
The Stevensons were mar-
ried June 8, 1958, in Macon,
Ga., with Dr. Jimmy Waters
officiating. She'is the former
They have two sons, Jim
Stevenson Jr. of Lake Bluff,
Ill., and Scott Stevenson of
Mr. and Mrs. Stevenson
The Stevensons also have
Michael and Kristy Sean Michael Benjamin, 2.
Benjamin of Fernandina Paternal grandparents are
Beach announce the birth of Michael and Mary Benjamin
a daughter, Sarah Morgan of Bridgend, Wales. Maternal
Benjamin, born at 1:42 p.m. grandparents are James and'
Jan. 4, 2008, at St. Vincent's. Diane Keagy of Fernandina
'The-babyirigh;d 7 pounds t!Bta-h. Gr-at pfiest'k
ahdmeasured 20 1/2 inches are"Paul and Mrie Clogston
in length. She joins a brother, of Port Charlotte.
Kathryn Ann Harrell of tion exercises May 31 in
Amelia Island received a Greenville, S.C.
bachelor of arts degree dur- Among the graduates was
ing May commencement at Leigh A. Garner, daughter of
Samford University in Dr. and Mrs. David Garner of
Birmingham, Ala. Fernandina Beach.
President George W. E Tessa Varney King of
Bush served as commence- Fernandina Beach received a
ment speaker when Furman bachelor of arts degree dur-
University awarded 637 ing May commencement at
undergraduate and 14 mas- Samford University in
ters degrees during gradua- Birmingham, Ala.
A "People With Cancer" port for handling the emotion-
support group meets from 7- al needs resulting from a can-
8:30 p.m. the second cer diagnosis for cancer
Wednesday. The facilitator is patients and their family
Dr. Joel Carter, radiation members. Call Susan Parry at
oncologist and cancer sur- 261-0701, ext. 117, or Frances
vivor. The group offers sup- Bartelt at ext. 102.
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Airplanes, oxygen masks and God's wisdom
Out of the blue, the
airplane began to
shake violently. The
caught us all off guard.
Though the captain had
warned us that it might be a
bumpy ride, I don't think any-
one was expecting this. Even
the flight attendants seemed'
a bit concerned. Though
somehow they managed to
keep calm confident smiles
on their faces, I know there
were a few moments when
those same in-control smiles
almost dropped to the floor.
The serious tone of the
captain's voice brought us all
to attention. "Please return to
your seats and buckle up," he
said in a short, busy and to
the point tone. Suddenly the
sound of clicking seatbelts
filled the entire plane. ,
Somehow the few hundred
people on board, who just
moments before were all
doing their own thing, were
now all united under one
voice; that of our captain.
Even I, the son of an Air
Force fighter pilot, was a bit
concerned. The violent shak-
ing and sudden drops in alti-
PULPIT the overhead
Rob Goyette You know,
plastic cup-shaped things
complete with bag and plastic
hose designed to help you
,breathe in the event of an
"Just place it around your
head, pull on the cord gently
and breathe normally," the
flight attendant said as she
finished her pre-flight demon-
stration and I came back from
my momentary daydream.
That's right; thankfully, the
whole thing was just a day-
dream. Somehow, while the
stewards and flight attendant
were giving their little before
flight speech, my wandering
mind had gotten the best of
Have you ever wondered
what it would really be like to
have to breathe through one
of those things? I have to tell
you, the idea that we're sup-
posed to put it around our
head and "breathe normally"
is a bit comical to me.
I will say, however, that
they do offer one piece of
advice that makes a whole lot
of sense. "If you're traveling
with a small child or someone
that needs assistance," they'll
tell you, "first place your own
mask on, and then assist the
The reason is really sim-
ple. What good is it if while
we're trying to help others,
we end up passing out our-
selves? When it comes to
being on an airplane, if you're
traveling with someone who
needs your help and you pass
out, the flight attendants have
twice the problem.
I've seen it over and over
again, especially in my own
life. If I'm not careful, I find
myself racing around trying
to help others and end up.
neglecting my own personal
wellbeing. Though at first
that seems like a real noble
thing, in the end it's very
You see, if we really love
people and want to help
them, we have to be sure that
our own lives are in order.
And by the way, you should-
n't feel a bit guilty about tak-
ing care of yourself. The fact
of the matter is that God
loves you and wants you to be
well. Besides, in the end, if
you're in good spiritual and
physical health you'll end up
helping a lot more people
Song of Solomon, chapter
1, verse 6b, says it like this:
"My mother's children were
angry with me; they made me
the keeper of the vineyards;
but mine own vineyard have I
As for me, I'm learning to
put my own mask on before I
reach out to those I feel
responsible for. If you haven't
already, maybe you want con-
sider doing the same thing.
Robert L. Goyette is pastor
of Living Waters World Out-
reach Center E-mail rgoy@liv
Living Waters World Outreach
Center will hold a Missions Yard Sale on
June 21 from 7 a.m.-3 p.m. offering qual-
ity furniture, home goods, tools, toys,
books, clothes and more. All proceeds
will benefit mission projects. Living
Waters is located off ALA west of the
Shave Bridge at 96282 Brady Point
Road. Call 321-2117.
The Franklintown United Methodist
Church on American Beach will cele-
brate its 120th church anniversary on
June 22 at 11 a.m. The pastor and mem-
bers invite the community and its sister
churches locally and in neighboring
counties to come and worship with them
as they celebrate this wonderful event.
Guest speaker will be the Rev. William
0. Holmes, president, Nassau County
Southern Christian Leadership ;
Conference, Fer nandina Beach. Lunch
will be served following the service. For
information call 277-2726.
Join New Vision Congregational
Church to explore questions of faith in a
study series called Living the Questions.
The first session, Thinking About God,
will begin on June 29 from 7-8 p.m. In an
environment where questions are more
important than answers, you can explore
your faith questions in a meaningful way.
Summer vesper services are being
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and 29, July 13 and 27 and Aug. 10 and
24. Each Sunday, beginning June 29,
there will be a time of study and faith
exploration at 7 p.m. New Vision
Congregational Church meets at 96074
Chester Road in Yulee in space provided
by the Springer Controls Co. The
church is planning to launch a full
schedule of worship beginning in the fall
and is exploring an affiliation with the
United Church of Christ (www.ucc.org).
Vacation Bible School
Memorial United Methodist Church
is offering Vacation Bible School from
June 23-26. The theme this year is "John
Wesley Rides Again!" Sign up your child
by contacting Carol Olson at 261-5769.
Five Points Baptist Church, 736
Bonnieview Road, Fernandina Beach,
will offer "Cactus Canyon" Vacation
Bib)e;SchliplJune 23-27 from 6-9 p.m. for
ages three years to sixth grade. For
more information call 261-4615.
Amelia Baptist Church has planned
family fun days each Wednesday during
the summer. For more information
about "Family Fun Dayz" and other sum-
mer activities at Amelia Baptist Church,
call 261-9527, or e-mail the church at
The next event is June 25, with a
sandcastle contest/beach fun at Peters
Point at 4:30 p.m. and "judging" at 5:30
family 'Worsfip Centel
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p.m. Get those pails and shovels ready.
Family Fun Night
Hilliard First Assembly of God will
host a free Family Fun Night on June 27
at 6:30 p.m. with a movie and popcorn.
Children of the community are invited
and must be accompanied by an adult.
The next fun night will be a Game
Night on July 11 and a Wet Night on July
25 with a giant waterslide inflatable.
Children may bring their Water guns.
Hilliard First Assembly of God is
located on US 1 a quarter of a mile south
of the red light in Hilliard.
Christian Counseling of Amelia is
offering free workshops for clergy and
church leadership from 10 a.m. to noon
on three Saturdays. June 28, increase
your skills in counseling couples; Aug. 2,
communication skills for individuals and
couples; Sept. 27, compassion fatigue
and pastoral burnout.
Workshops are presented by Annette
R. Maguire, M.S., LMHS, LMFTcand are
offered to help equip clergy and church
leadership in their counseling work.
Requests for topics are welcomed.
Workshops are held at Wells Fargo
Mortgage, 1515 Sadler Road next to
Publix. Pre-registration is required.
RSVP by phone at (904) 206-0734, by e-
mail to CCofAmelia@comcast.net or by
mail to RO. Box 15106, Fernandina
Beach, FL 32035. For more information,
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Wednesday, AWANA 6 15 pm
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Commission and, 'Go into the
"My prayer is that this will
not be our last international mis-
sion trip, but this will be the first
of many mission trips and
opportunities our congregation
will have a chance to participate
in, both at home and abroad.
How can you be involved in
this historic event in the life of
this church? Pray, pray, pray for
our mission team that left June
13. They are Jim and Sue Boyer,
Woody and Agnes Horton, Amy
Rose and Jonathan Rose, Gerald
and Virginia Stallings, Chris,
Ginger and Caitlin Taylor. Pray
for this ministry, the work and
repairs they will be doing and
for their safety. They will return
June 22. Rejoice! Waxin' my
board to surf foi- the Lord,
Pastor Chris Taylor."
Homecoming was June 1 at
First Baptist Church Callahan.
Guest speaker was Russell
Howard, executive pastor of
McGregor Baptist Church in
Fort Myers. He grew uphere at
First Baptist, Callahan, and his
lovely parents are Buford. and
Freddie Howard. Lunch was
served following the morning
Men's "cake-off' fellowship
was June 8. It was the men's
turn to get into the kitchen and
bake! Resist that store-bought
temptation go ahead and ask
your good friends Betty
Crocker or Duncan Hines to
help you make it yourself.
First ladies night out is June
27 from 7-9 p.m. at Callahan
First Baptist Church, main audi-
torium. Mrs. Billy Corley will
give our devotion. Come for
praise, music, games, fellow-
ship and a special fashion show.
Bring a friend, share fellowship
and celebrate God's faithfulness
with other ladies who love the
Super Summer Florida 2008
M 'E D I C A L &
Youth Camp is July 7-11 at Lake
Yale in Eustis for grades 6-12.
Cost is $250 per student. Wild
wacky games, swimming pool,
paint ball competition and
games. Speaker is the Rev.
Larry Grays, worship leader,
Angie McClellan, interim
minister of music at Yulee
Baptist Church has started
working on a new collection of
songs entitled "You Changed
my Name" with "The Worship
Chair." We are also working on
an old book of great classics,
which includes a special to cel-
ebrate the birthday of our
nation. The sound that God pro-
duces when, we sing together
is a blessing to the congrega-
tion and the singers. Thank you
for your commitment to and
support of our choir.
On May 4, the evening serv-
ice featured songs and testi-
monies. Call Angie at 225-9430
to 753-1573 to volunteer.
Yulee Baptist Church wel-
comed their new pastor, the Rev.
Michael W. Fox, and family,
Jason, Timothy, Evelyn and
Tammy, on June 1.
Kid's Kamp is June 23-26 at
Lake Swan in Melrose. We're
looking forward to another
great year at camp. The cost is
$140 and forms are available in
Vacation Bible School is July
6-10. Surf's up, so grab your
surfboard and head for the
waves. Kids will know, speak
and live God's truth aloha-style.
Based on Psalm 86:11.
Outrigger Island is more
than a tropical paradise. It's the
place where kids will develop
the stability they need to face a
world of shifting sands and
wavering opinions. Please con-
tact me after you pray. Thank
you, Phyllis Lathrop.
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FRIDAY, June 20,.2008/NEWs-LEADER
Horticultural agent's work lauded
Rebecca IL Jordi, horticul-
tural extension agent for
Nassau County and faculty
member of the University of
Florida, has been lauded for
her accomplishments by two
Jimmy G. Cheek, senior
vice president of the University
of Florida Institute of Food and
announced that Jordi has been
selected for recognition in the
category of Academic
Personnel. Jordi provides edui-
cational programs for both res-
idential and commercial enti-
ties in Nassau County and also
writes a newspaper column,
She was one of the hon-
orees at a reception for'23 IFAS
faculty and staff that received
this coveted honor, held at the
University of Florida's Grand
Ballroom in the J. Wayne Reitz
And in an annual competi-
tion sponsored by TruGreen,
the Florida Association for
County Agriculture Agents
awarded Jordi the Search for
Excellence in Landscape Horti-
culture for the state of Florida.
The award recognizes a
NACAA member who has
developed and carried out an
outstanding extension educa-
tional program in horticulture.
Jordi's entry detailed the edu-
cational programming made
possible and conducted at the
UF/IFAS Nassau County
Demonstration Garden at the
James S. Page Governmental
Complex in Yulee.
After winning the state com-
petition, Jordi's entry compet-
ed at the National Association
Rebecca Jordi receives an award for excellence in
service from Dr. Larry Arrington, left, dean for
Extension, and Dr. Jimmy G. Cheeks, senior vice pres-
ident for Agriculture and Natural Resources at the
University of Florida.
for County Agriculture Agents
and was one of three National
Finalists. National Finalists win
a monetary award and a cer-
tificate recognizing their
"Search for Excellence in
"We are so grateful to be
able to provide horticultural
educational programming to a
wide range of people in Nassau
County, including landscape
maintenance professionals, 'at-
risk' students, individuals with
newcomers, Nassau County
residents, public school stu-
dents and teachers and home-
schoolers. It's an honor to
receive national recognition for
our efforts," said Jordi of the
In 1989, a superior accom-
plishment awards program was
established by the Florida
Legislature to recognize excel-
lence in university service. The
annual Staff and Faculty
Awards Program recognizes
superior service this year in
the following categories: Aca-
demic Personnel, Administra-
tive /Professional, Clerical/
Office Support, Support Ser-
vices, Scientific/Technical and
"I'm grateful that the work
we do in Nassau County is
appreciated by the community,
the county commissioners and
the state Legislature," said
Jordi of that award. For more
information about'the Nassau
County Extension Service's
horticultural programs, visit
the office at 548-1116 or contact
Jordi at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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SAILFISH GIVE MARLINS A FIGHT
The Barco-Newton Fighting Marlins were no match for
the strength of the McArthur Family YMCA Sailfish
Saturday. The Sailfish opened the season with a huge
win, 1,225-643, proving the Sailfish were the fastest fish
in the pool. There was much excitement on the pool
deck as swimmers began their events, racing to improve
their times or achieving national time standards and
even setting new pool records. "We are looking forward
to a great winning season this year with this dedicated
group of swimmers," Coach Mary Donn Bowman said.
The Sailfish will be back in action June 28 when they
travel to Jacksonville to take on the Dye-Clay Dolphins.
Right, Roby Bunk competes in the 100-yard backstroke
Saturday. Above, lindsey DeLille posted a B time in the
100-yard breaststroke. Results, 12A.
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SiAbove, Chase Garber competes in the 50-yard backstroke. Left top, Jake Noble dives in for the 25-
Sa -... yard breaststroke. Far left, Brittany Crane gives thumbs up after competing in the 50-yard freestyle.
S..... .' - Left, Collette Murphy swims the 50-yard breaststroke.
Woods out rest ofthe year
in dramatic fashion, Tiger
Woods is done for the year
and is scheduled to under-
go ACL reconstructive surgery on
his left knee. This will mark the third
surgery in five years Woods has had
on this knee.
Woods apparently tore the ACL
over a year ago in a jogging accident.
However, once the ACL is torn, it
puts.the cartilage pads at increase
risk for tearing, which later hap-
pened to Woods. He began having
increased pain and giving way of his
knee in April. He was able to finish
secondat this year's Masters and
then underwent a knee arthroscopy
a few days later, but only to address
the cartilage tear and not the ACL.
The ACL is a ligament about the
size of your ring finger, which runs
from the thigh bone above to the
shin bone below and controls rota-
tional stability of the knee. If the
knee is subjected to significant
torque, such as Woods spinning
through a golf swing, the knee may
actually pop out and then back into
It appears that this may be what
Woods was experiencing during the .
course of his round on certain shots
as he grimaced in pain. In fact, his
Saturday, playing partner, Robert
Karlsson, even commented that
Woods' knee was "clicking and
clunking" like something he had
never heard before.
Woods reportedly had a discus-
sion with his physicians regarding
his surgical options after the
Masters. One was to simply scope
the knee for the cartilage tear and
hopefully the strength in his knee
would allow him to overcome any
instability he might have due to the
loss of the ACL. If he was not able to
tolerate his ACL deficiency, then this
would require reconstructive sur-
gery at a later date. His other option
was to fix both at the initial setting,
but this would require a much longer
recovery and end his season.
Given the fact that the U.S. Open
was approaching, Woods chose the
less invasive option. However, as
many saw during this past weekend,
his knee would give way at times
through his swing, particularly with
the driver, and thus reconstructing
the ACL is now necessary.
Despite his knee injury, Woods
was able to win five of the seven tour-
naments he played
in this year.
Woods was told
by his doctors that
qT he should not play
.in the U.S. Open,
*not because of the
S. j ACL, but because of
two tibial stress
fractures he had
SPORTS his recovery after
his recent scope.
MEDICINE In order to get
GREGORY himself ready for
the Open, Woods
SMITH, M.D. began running
...- about four weeks
after his surgery.
Stress fractures can occur any
.time an -athlete goes from a-period of
inactivity to significant activity and
this happened to Woods. His doctors
told him that he shouldn't play, but
on his Website he admitted that he
looked at the doctor and said, "I'm
playing the U.S. Open and I'm going
Now Woods is following through
with his doctor's advice to shut it
down and stabilize his knee. Woods
wrote in his blog, "Now, it is clear
that the right thing to do is to listen
to; my doctors, follow through with
this surgery and focus my attention
on rehabilitating my knee. While I
am obviously disappointed to have to
'miss the remainder of the season, I
have to do the right thing for my
-long-term health and look forward to
returning to competitive golf when
my doctors agree that my knee is
sufficiently healthy. My doctors
assure me, with the proper rehabili-
tation add training, the knee will be
strong and there will be no long-term
A typical recovery from an ACL
reconstruction is 6-9 months and I
would expect him to be ready cer-
tainly by the Masters next year.
This column is written to discuss
issues regarding sports, medicine and
safety. It is not intended to serve as a
replacement for treatment by your reg-
ular doctor It is only designed to offer
guidelines on the prevention, recogni-
tion and care of injuries and illness.
Specific concerns should be discussed
with your physician. Mail questions to
Gregory Smith, M.D., 1250 S. 18th
St., Suite 204, Fernandina Beach, FL
32034. Call 261-8787 or visit
PIRATE BASEBALL CAMP
Ken Roland, below giving some hitting tips to Casey
Walker and fellow campers, held his annual Pirate
Baseball Camp this week. The camp concludes today.
Will Minor, Yulee High School baseball coach, will hold
his camp next week while Matt Schreiber, FBHS basket-
ball coach, runs a hoops camp at Pirate gym. Above,
Corey Dowdell, 6, swings a bat during a base-running
drill. Left, Kenneth Ring, 7, snags the throw to first.
PHOTOS BY BETH JONES/NEWS-LEADER
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FRIDAY, JUNE 20, 2008 SPORTS News-Leader
Brothers Bronson, left, and Will Stubbs weighed in this big money fish during the
2007 Fernandina Beach Tournament of Champions Kingfish Tournament.
Kingfish tourney under way
P"I e sure to visit the
Marina this after-
noon as competitive
kingfish teams will be weigh-
ing in their catches beginning
at 2 p.m. Saturday's weigh-in
also begins at 2 p.m. with a
fish fry and awards beginning
at 4 p.m. The "Finesse Band"
will provide entertainment
and the public is welcome.
If you plan on not fishing
in the kingfish tournament
this weekend, Sunday will be
the best day to fish offshore,
along the beaches and inlet
mouths of Amelia Island.
However, if you do fish
Saturday, it won't be any
secret where the kingfish are
running. Just go to where you
see a fleet of kingfish boats
trolling their live baits.
Kingfish are now running
at FA, FC, HH, at the Nassau
Bottom and both inlets locat-
ed at Amelia Island, including
the St. Marys and Nassau
inlets. It shouldn't be a prob-
lem netting live menhaden
this weekend as well. Schools
find a high
ON THE tide arriving
WATER at the St.
WATER Marys inlet
TERRY at 11:04 a.m.
and a low
LACOSS tide at 5:20
.*.- p.m. Look for
high noon to produce the best
kingfish bite while live bait
trolling close to jetty rocks,
close to the surf or over a big
ledge or offshore sunken
King mackerel have also
been reported at the second
offshore Navy tower, which is
located approximately three
miles offshore of the St.
Marys inlet mouth. Weekend
fishermen are also likely to -
catch cobia at both Navy tow-
ers while fishing with live
14th ST CINEMA CENTER
AlA/200 (East Of 17 at Felmore & Miner)
baits close to the base of the
Backwater fishermen will
find both redfish and sea
trout taking topwater plugs
during the mid-morning flood
tide. Beach whiting should
be running during the flood
tide along the surf as well and
taking fresh shrimp.
Sheepshead are running at
the St. Marys south jetty
rocks during the last hour of
the falling and first hour of
the incoming tides. Fish close
to the low areas of the jetty
rocks with fiddler crabs or
Flounder fishermen will
also have an excellent tide for
catching flatfish this week-
end. Fish from the mouth of
Egans Creek to the Fort
Clinch little jetty rocks. Live
finger mullet fished slowly
along the bottom are catching
flounder weighing to five
The News-Leader encour-
ages local anglers to submit
photographs of their catches.
The News-Leader will publish
them in this space on Fridays.
E-mail photos to bjones@fo
newsleadercom, mail them to
PO. Box 766, Fernandina
Beach, FL 32035, or drop
them by the office at 511 Ash
St. in Fernandina Beach.
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Barco-Newton Fighting Marlins
Sailfish achieving A time standards:
Faith Leipau, 25 free; LexieSutton, 25
free, 25 back, 25 fly; Juan Cardenas, 100
IM, 50 back, 50 fly
Sailfish achieving B time standards:
Faith Leipau, 25 back, 25 breast; Sophia
Cardenas, 100 IM, 50 breast, 50 fly;
Lindsey DeLiUlle, 100 IM, 100 breast;
Laklyn Dickman, 50 breast; Maisie Gooch,
100 IM, 50 back; Colette Murphy, 50
breast; Christopher Grego, 50 breast;
Brittany Crane, 50 free; Lin Wright, 50
free; Rachel Taylor, 50 free; Michael
Didion, 50 free; Dakota Lawrence, 50 free
Abigail Barnes, 31.50, 25fly, fifth
Brigett Barry, 1:43.40, 100 back, third;
1:59.53,100 breast, third'
GabrielleBayacal, 1:12.19, 50fly, fifth
Jonah Braeger, 27.96. 25 free, first;
45.06, 25 breast, first: 42,79, 25 fly, first
Robert Bunk, 25.12, 50 free, first
1:08.29, 100 back, second; 1:19.47, 100
Juan Cardenas, 1:11,06, 100 individual.
medley, first; 33.12, 50 back, first; 31.09,
50 fly, first
Sofia Cardenas, 1:26.37, 100 IM, first;
48.13,50 breast, first; 44.16, 50 fly, first
Austin Conner, 1:03.03, 50 back, sev-
enth; 1:04.43, 50fly, second
Sierra Conner, 35.69, 50 free, first;
44.38, 50 back, second; 49.25, 50 breast,
Alex Cook, 45.41, 50 free, fifth; 1:09,50,
50 breast, sixth
Joshua Coyle, 41.94, 25 breast, eighth
Brittany Crane, 32.75, 50 free, second;
1:32.44, 100 back, second; 1:42.16, 100
Natalie Crane, 55.41, 50 back, eighth
Alex Curtright, 59.62, 50 fly, sixth
Sarah Curtright, 37.00, 50 free, third;
47.44, 50f y, first
Jose Pablo Dahdah, 36.44, 25 back,
fifth; 42.43, 25 fly, fifth
Brenna Dahl, 21.97, 25 free, fifth; 29,19,
25 back, seventh, 36 25, 25 fly, seventh
Stede Dahl,39.15. 50 free, second;
1:59.07. 100 back, second; 2:12.60, 100
Lindsey DeLille, 1:44.40, 100 IM, third,
1:59.06,100 breast, second; 5a69, 50 fly,.
Laklyn Dickman, 40.28, 50 free, first;
The Beach Store (formerly Hall's Beach
Store) is holding a beach clean-up and surf
clinic today. The clean-up is from 9-11 a.m. at
Seaside Park beach access. Bags and gloves
will be provided.
The surf clinic is also from 9-11 a.m. at the
Seaside Park access. It is open to ages six
and up and all equipment is provided. The
event is free. Participants must pre-register
with the shop, 2021 S. Fletcher Ave., or call
491-7771. The clinic is limited to the first 25.
Junior lifeguard training
The Nassau County Recreation
Department will offer junior lifeguard training
this summer at Peter's Point. Program costs
$100 and is held Tuesday through Thursday
from June 23 through Aug. 7.
The South Atlantic Junior Lifeguard
Competition is July 26 at Jacksonville Beach.
For information contact Angela at 415-5223.
Register for soccer
Amelia Island Youth Soccer will hold fall
registration at the concession stand from
5:30-7 p.m. Aug. 6. Online registration is also
available. Visit aiysoccer.org.
All new players will have to mail a copy of
their birth certificate to 96270 High Pointe
Drive in order to complete the registration
process. Call Raquel at 753-0602 for informa-
Fernandina Pop Warner
Fernandina Beach Pop Warner is holding
registration for football and cheerleading
Saturday from 9 a.m. to noon. Fees are
$150 and $130, for second child. Copy of
birth certificate and 50 percent of fees are
required at registration. Information concern-
ing physical is available at registration. Visit
www.fernandinapopwarner.com or call Bill
Cole at 261-1874.
Elm Street buddy league
Elm Street Little League will offer a buddy
league for boys and girls ages 4-7 this sum-
mer. Registration fee is $15. Contact Wayne
Peterson at 753-1663 or e-mail pete2305@
Yulee Pop Warner
Yulee Pop Wamer will hold registration
from 9 a.m. to noon June 21 and June 28.
The season opens July 28. Fee is $125 first
child ($100 additional child). Birth certificate
and wallet-size photo are required at registra-
tion. End-of-year report card and physical are
required by June 28. Physicals will be offered
June 28 from 9 a.m: to noon in the Yulee
Sports Complex gym during sign-ups.
The next monthly board meeting is at 7
p.m. June 26 at the Yulee Sports Complex.
Practice begins Aug. 1.
Call Patty Ellington, 277-8136, or visit
51.25, 50 back, fifth; 52.53, 50 breast,
Michael Didion, 28.25, 50 free, third;
1:22.59, 100 breast, second
Calab Fahlgren, 29.28, 25 free, seventh;
33.63, 25 back; fourth; 37.10, 25 breast,
Joshua Fahlgren, 1:13.75, 25 free, sev-
enth; 1:05.10, 25 back, second; 1:17.66,
25 fly, fourth
Alyssa Frame, 37.25, 50 free, fourth;
46.47, 50 back, fourth; 50.84, 50 fly, see.
Chase Garber, 37.50, 50 free, first;
46.47, 50 back, third; 49.44, 50 fly, second
Conner Going, 23.66, 25 free, fourth;
29.34, 25 back, second; 34:44, 25 fly, sec-
Maisie Gooch, 1:35.03, 100 IM, second;
44.84, 50 back, first; 54.78, 50 breast,
Christopher Grego, 43.87, 50 free,
fourth; 52.84,50 back, second; 49,60, 50
Gabriel Grego, 21.82, 25 free, second;
29.91, 25 breast, first; 27.47, 25 fly, first
Devan Hines, 33.15, 25 breast, sixth
Bigatte Jenkins, 45.63, 50 free, sixth;
50.78, 50 back, fourth
Savanah Jenkins, 43.40, 50 free, fifth;
1:57.501,100 back, fifth; 2:02.34, 100
Harley Jhnson, 1:58.00, 100 IM, sev-
enth; 46.75, 50 free, seventh
Shelby Johnson, 27.94, 25 back, fifth;
35.85, 25 breast, eighth
Kaleigh Kubalack, 1:02.19, 50 breast,
Kaitlin Langley, 46.56, 50free, sixth;
2:58.19, 100 back, sixth; 3:48.28, 100.
Addison Lasserre, 46.75, 25 free, sixth;
55.25, 25 back, sixth; 43.88, 25 breast,
Dakota Lawrence, 28.97, 50 free, fourth;
1:23.00,100 breast, third
Katherine Le Blanc, 33.72, 25 breast,
seventh; 37.37, 25 fly, ninth
Nicholas Le Blanc, 45.85, 50 free, sixth;
6.93, 50 breast, second; 1:01.40, 60 fly,
Brandon Lee, 43.28, 50free, first; 54.43,
50 back, fourth; 1:01.66, 50 breast, fourth
Jacob Lee, 56.81, 25 free, sixth; 59.12,
25 breast, second; 1:02.62, 25 fly, third
Faith Leipau, 18.09, 25 free, second;
23.50, 25 back, second; 24.87, 25 breast,
Lillyane Leipau, 53.15, 50 breast, sixth,
57.75, 50 fly, fourth
Stuart McLaughlin, 43.41, 50 free, sec-
ond; 1:05.65, 50 back, eighth
Katharine Monahan, 48.41, 25'free,
eighth; 1:26.88, 25breast, sixth; 1:13.88,
25 fly, first
Mason Morgan, 45.65, 25 free, fifth;
1:16.85, 25 back, third 1:06.37, 25 breast,
colette Murphy, 45.28, 50 free, fifth;
53.59, 50 back, sixth; 49.50, 50 breast,
Becky Nimitz, 51.19, 50 back, eighth;
55.21,50 breast, eighth
Gabrielle Nobles, 48.28, 50 back, fifth;
51.60, 50 breast, fourth
Derrick Palma, 28.25, 25 free, sixth;
38.44, 25 back, seventh; 37.78, 25 fly,
Christian Pierce, 38.18, 50 free, second;
44.34, 50 back, second
Josie Poulsen, 52.31, 50 free, seventh
Rachel Sheppard, 54.37, 50 back, sev-
Coral Brooke Skipper, 42.44, 50 free,
second; 50.19,50 back, second; 1:02.65,
50 breast, eighth
Jared Smith, 50.16, 50 free, eighth;
59.41, 50 back, sixth; 57.13, 50 breast,
Alyssa Stark, 1:07.59, 50 fly, third
Emily Stillwell, 1:30.00, 25 back, eighth;
1:11.69, 25 breast, fifth
Alexis Sutton, 17.63, 25 free, first;
20.50, 25 back, first 20.62, 25 fly, first
Joshua Taylor, 45.31, 25 free, fourth;
1:25.66, 25 back, fourth; 49.59, 25.fly,
Rachel Taylor, 2:52.19, 200 free, first;
32.54, 50 free, third
William Waas, 41.28, 25fly, fourth
Genevieve Weihe, 34.88, 25 fly, sixth
Max Weihe, 1:46.62,.100 IM, second;
45.94, 50 free, third; 1:00.415; 50 back,
Ciera Wilcox, 1:54.65, 100 IM, fifth;
20.62, 25 free, fourth; 26.35, 25 back,
Coral Wlcox, 50.94, 50 breast, second;
50.94, 50 fly, third
Leah Wright, 37.85, 50 free, fifth; 48.47,
50 back, sixth; 52.09, 50 breast, filth
Lindsay Wright 32.34, 50 free, second;
1:25.35,100 back, first; 1:38.66,100
breast, first i
Case Yarborough, 38.00,50 free, sixth
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The U.S. Post Office Custom House and Courthouse on Feb. 16,
1910, in a view from from northwest corner on the third floor.
Remembering the Post Office on Centre
For the News-Leader
T he Amelia Island Museum
of History will feature the
exhibit "Remembering the
Post Office on Centre" in
the first floor Gaslight Gallery
through Sept. 28. The exhibit fea-
tures a series of 30 archival photo-
graphs documenting the historic
building from excavation to comple-
tion, artifacts on loan from
Postmaster Ron Steedley, and clips
of oral history projected on a large
With the future uncertain for the
U.S. Post Office on Centre, the
museum considered now to be a
good time to document the historical
relevance of the city's oldest post
The historic, United States Post
Office, Custom House and
Courthouse was built near the end
of Fernandina Beach's "Golden Era,"
in the boom following creation of the
railroad line and fires in 1876 and
1883 that destroyed many commer-
cial buildings. The Amelia Island
Museum of History's collection
includes 38 photographs dating from
April 6, 1908, when the land was an
olive orchard owned by the Lesesne
family, through Oct. 18, 1910, when
the building was completed. The
cost for the building was $90,000.
The style is based on Florentine
architecture from the 16th century
Italian Renaissance, designed by
architect John Knox Taylor, a rela-
tive of the 12th president of the
United States, Zachary Taylor.
Architectural features include the
green tile roof, arches and three
types of window construction. It was
the first steel structure built in
Oral histories of past and current
postal employees were recorded for
this exhibit in cooperation with
Fernandina Beach High School stu-
dents from Rob Hick's TV
Production class and museum volun-
teer interviewers. This exhibit will
highlight the historical significance
of an artifact that may soon be
A growing portion of the Amelia
Island Museum of History's
archives, including the full collection
of post office photographs, can now
be viewed online at www.ameliamu-
seum.org. Call 261-7378, ext. 100.
For the News-Leader
Eileen's Art and Antiques
Centre, 702 Centre St.,
Fernandina Beach, will
feature the award-winning
oil paintings and watercolors of
Karen Leffel-Massengill through ,
Leffel-Massengill took her first
watercolor workshop in January
1996 and has studied with nation-
ally known artists Carl Dalio,
Janet Rogers, Don Andrews and
Jim Kosvanec. She turned profes-
sional in 1997, and in the summer,
of 1998 her art appeared on the
cover of a national magazine,
Watercolor Magic. In 2000, she
was selected for exhibition in an
international competition called
"Birds in Art." She has repeated
that honor four times.
..--I2003, Leffel-Massengill quit....
her nursing career and plunged
full-time into making art her first.
priority in life. She has been
selected to be the poster artist for
four different nationally ranked
art shows and has won first place
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"Peace on the River" by Karen Leffel-Massengill, whose works are on exhibit through July 21 at
Eileen's Art and Antiques Center in downtown Fernandina Beach.
in both oil and watercolors at
nationally ranked :ir th,-<.w. .
Leffel-Massengill is in love
with the painting process; the cap-
turing of light patterns on either
canvas or watercolor paper. Her
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methods are n icily traditional
with oils on canvas, though her
colors are impressionistic. Using
watercolors as a medium, she has
developed a palletless painting
technique, mixing all her colors
directly on the paper. The com-
mon thread in both mediums is
hei desire to capture the light pat-
terns as they play upon her sub-
jects. For more information call
the gallery at 277-2717.
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A "Summer Solstice
Drum Circle and
Labyrinth Walk" will be
held at the North Beach
park pavilions on June 21
at 7 p.m. Bring a drum or
percussion instrument if you have one.
market on Saturday will be Sparkrnans Dairy
with its newest product freshly made ice cream
in a varietyof flavors. The Fernandina Farmers
Market is open every Saturday from 9 a.m.-lp.m.at
Seventh and Centre streets. Call 491-4872 or visit
CATCH A RISING STAR
For the first time, Jacksonville Harmony Show
C'nh r,, i- 4 ,~i n i -D t y>t innd it u ill
Steffanie Renae, 2008 Girls
Vocalist of the Year ,for the
North American Country
International. Kick up your
heels as the Southern
Stompers, Fernandina's clog.
going group, gives country
line dance instruction from
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ORCHiD DEMONSTRATION be featured in the first half
Aft"OQ'chidRe-Potting Dcmrinstraii.n" will be of the show at 4p.m. June (! SPAGHETTI DINNER
held at the Fernandina Farmers Market on June 21 21 at the Terry Theater,
at 10:30 aim. This is TimesUnion Center, 300 Rescuing Animals In N
the perfect time of Water St., Jacksonville. The / dinner on June 28. from
year to move your top five female contestants "A'..1 Avenue Recreation Cer
le~ a C-- 174
orchid to a new pot
and this presentation
will show you the
medium and water-
ing: Question and ans\vcr time will be available.
Fred Keefer, owner ol Orchids by Del-Rei, has 20
years of experience in raising orchids. A member
of numerous orchid .ic ics Keefer does orchid
displays and sales throughout Florida. Also at the
from local high schools
will vie to be Jacksonville
Harmony's first "Rising Star." Also enjoy the
Jacksonville Harmony Show Chorus. Visit
www.jaxharmony.com or call (904) 350-1609.
The Palace Saloon presents "Country Nights Live"
from 7-10 p.m. June 25 in the Special Events
Room. Hear 12-year-old singing sensation
assau will hold a spaghetti
14:30-8 p.m. at the Atlantic
iter. There will be live
entertainment trom rirst .oas~ Diuegrass. ee
local veterinarian Dr. Jim O'Brien pick the banjo.
There will also be a silent auction. Purchase tick-
ets at Fernandina Beach Animal Clinic, 4-Paws
Vet Clinic, Nassau Vet Hospital. Lofton Creek
Clinic, Nassau County Animal Control, Bark
Avenue, Best Friends Cards and Gifts and at the
Submit items to Sian Perry,
FRIDAY, JUNE 20, 2008/NEWS-LEADER
(Animated. PG 13. 98m.. 2008)
The story of an Iranian
girl's coming of age. Born
under the shah, she and her
family were not good fits after
his fall and the rise of militant
Islam. Outspoken, she's sent
to family friends in Vienna to
keep her out of trouble, finds
unhappiness, returns, is
homesick for a nation that no
longer exists. Told in beautiful-
ly stylized black-and-white
animation, based on the auto-
biogaphy of Marjane Satrapi,
who co-directed with Vincent
Paronnaud. Rating: ****
(Fantasy. PG. 96 m.. 2008)
A terrific entertainment for
the whole family, except those
below a certain age, who are
likely to be scared out of their
wits. A family moves into.a
creepy old mansion and dis-
covers it is already inhabited
by creatures from the spirit
world. Starring Freddie
Hightower as twins, Sarah
Bolger as their sister, and
Mary-Louise Parker as their
mom, plus a supporting cast
of gifted actors and impres-
sive effects. But it should be
rated PG-13. Rating: *** i
(Romantic comedy. PG-13.
As the lead in director
Adam Brooks' bittersweet
romantic comedy, Ryan
Reynolds finally steps into a'
charming, vulnerable charac-
ter that perfectly fits his
comedic talents. He plays Will
(UG1 SMATI PG13-DLP
1:30 *4:15 7:00 9:35
THE LOVE GURU G:-,l.P
1:00 3:10 *5:20 7:30 9:40
THE INCREDIBLE HULK PG13-DLP
THE HAPPENING R-DLP
1:00 3:10 *5:20 7:30 9:40
KUNG FU PANDA PG.DLP
1:00 3:15 *5:30 7:40 9:40
ZOHAN -PG13-DLP *1:30 *4:15 7:00 9:35
INDIANA JONES PG13-DLP
1:00 *4:00 7:05 9:40
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Hayes, a thirty-something
advertising whiz who agrees
to tell his 10-year-old daugh-
ter, Maya (Abigail Breslin),
about the women he dated
before her mom, but he
changes the names and
Maya must guess which one
is her mother. With Elizabeth
Banks, Isla Fisher and Rachel
Weisz as the women in his
life. Rating: *** (Mary
(Action comedy. R. 107m.. 2008)
Two Dublin hit men
(Brendan Gleeson and Colin
Farrell) are ordered to hide
out in Bruges, Belgium, after
a hit goes very wrong. Along
the way, there are times of
great sadness and poignancy,
times of abandon, times of
violence, times of goofiness,
and that kind of humor that is
REALLY FUNNY because it
grows out of character and
close observation. Colin
Farrell in particular hasn't
been this.good in a few films,
perhaps because this time
he's allowed to relax and be
Irish. As for Brendan Gleeson,
if you remember him in 'The
General," you know that
nobody can play a more sym-
pathetic bad guy. Written and
directed by Martin McDonagh.
(Comedy. R. 97m.. 2008)
Anton Yelchin is appealing-
ly goofy in this teen comedy
about a kid's yearning for pop-
ularity won by illegally selling
prescription drugs to his fellow
students. Like many of John
Hughes' high school movies it
presents a fantasy about kids
from different social circles -
nerds, jocks, punks, cheer-
leaders, drama clubbers -
coming together to fight adult
Hope Davis, Kat Dennings
and Robert Downey Jr., domi-
nating every scene he's in as
the drunken school principal.
Rating: ** !/ (Jim Emerson).
(Romantic adventure. PG-13.
Be Kind Rewind
(Comedy. PG-13.101 m.. 2008)
Rating: ** X
Under the Same Moon
(Drama. PG 13.109 m.. 2008)
Rating: ** A (Nell Minow)
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FRIDAY, JUNE 20, 2008 LEISURE News-Leader
OUT AND ABOUT
Our Greenway leads a
nature walk on Egans Creek
Greenway every third
Saturday. The next walk is
June 21 at 9 a.m. to explore
the flora and fauna of the
Greenway. Meet in the park-
ing lot at the entrance to the
Greenway behind the Atlantic
Avenue Recreation Center at
2500 Atlantic Ave.,
Femandina Beach. Walks
depart promptly at 9 a.m.,
maintain a leisurely pace and
proceed to Jasmine Street.
The walks are free and open
to the public. For more infor-
mation call 277-7350 or visit
Summer Bike Blast, an
event to benefit a Nassau or
Camden county charity, will
be held the third Saturday of
each month beginning June
21, with kickstands up at the
Highway 17 Tavern in Yulee.
Each event will include a
motorcycle swap meet, no-
peek poker run, free bike
show, bike games and more.
Vendors are welcome. For
more information e-mail sum-
merbikeblast @yahoo or call
277-3251. Upcoming Summer
Bike Blast dates are July 19
and Aug. 16.
Company, 10 N. Second St.,
will host a "Girl's Night Out"
on June 25 featuring Arbonne
Swiss skin care product
demonstrations and free wine
and food. For more informa-
tion call 321-1300.
Plantation's nature center
has several upcoming tours.
All tours meet at the Nature
Center at Amelia Island
Plantation. Tours are $10 per
person except the Zoofari
Sleepover, which is $100 per
person. Call 321-5082 to
reserve your spot.
On June 25 from 8-9 p.m.
is an "Owl Prowl," when nat-
uralists introduce you to the
best night wildlife around.
On July 2 from 5 p.m.-9
a.m. enjoy a "Zoofari
Sleepover" at the
Jacksonville Zoo, including
Animal Encounters and a
Transportation provided as
well as a pizza dinner, snack
and light breakfast. Cost is
$100 per person, with a mini-
mum age of six.
Style with instructor Robin
Rafloski, who guides you
through the landscape of tra-
ditional and digital photogra-
phy to discover your photo-
graphic "voice," will be held on
Saturday from 9:30-11:30
a.m. for eight weeks begin-
ning June 26. Cost is $175.
The Amelia Arts
Academy will offer Ballroom
Dance classes for adults
and for fun on Thursdays from
6-7 p.m. beginning June 26.
Cost is $150 for couples and
$100 for singles. Call 277-
The Yulee Historic
Council will celebrate its 10th
anniversary at its annual
meeting at 6:30 p.m. June 26
at FCCJ's Nassau Center
(76346 William Burgess Blvd.,
Yulee) in the Nassau Room.
The program will include a
presentation by special guest
Heber MacWilliams, a
descendant of William
MacWilliams, who established
a brickyard in Italia in the
1880's. MacWilliams secured
a contract from David Yulee to
make a million bricks at a site
on the Transit Railroad. He
named the town Italia
because Florida was promot-
ing itself as "America's Italy" at
this time. Brick from Italia was
used by a resident of
Femrnardina to construct the
S first brick house in town. Call
The Coalition for the
Ethnic Disparities in Health, in
collaboration with Shands
Hospital Jacksonville, the
Nassau County Health
Department and other local
agencies, is sponsoring a free
health fair on June 28 from
10 a.m.-3 p.m. at the Peck
Center, 516 South 10th St:,
The agencies plan to offer
free blood pressure, glu-
cose, cholesterol and HIV
screening. There will be
other informational booths
to help educate residents on
issues. Face painting and
other activities will be avail-
able for children. If you are
interested in glucose or cho-
lesterol screening, call 321-
Day at the Stars & Stripes
Freedom Festival July 4
from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. in
The event will include a
Touch-A-Truck public safety
display, a Parent-Child Look-
A-Like Contest, an All
American Apple Pie Contest,
Fun for the Kids playground,
arts and crafts show, food,
entertainment, vendors and
more. Make a thank you card
to send to a member of the
active military at the Craft
From 6-8 p.m., the Historic
Association will present a
Sounds on Centre concert in
the 100 block of Centre
Street. "Art"rageous First
Friday, an evening of art, food
and entertainment, will be
held at local galleries. The city
of Femandina Beach fire-
works display begins at 9:30
p.m. at the foot of Centre
Contest applications are
available at the www.shiny
badgesball.com under the
Stars & Stripes Freedom
Festival tab or may be e-
mailed or faxed. For informa-
tion contact Marty Scott at
753-4467 or e-mail shiny-.
Master the basic tech-
niques of Latin dancing on
Wednesday nights at 6:30
p.m., through July 23 at
Kinderstudios. With styles
and tips on leading an follow-
ing each dance, your confi-
dence and competence will
grow as you progress through
each easy-to-understand les-
son. Call 415-0954 to register.
The Amelia Island
Museum of History will pres-
ent a storytelling and craft
program for children ages 5-7
from 11 a.m. to noon each
Tuesday through Aug. 12.
These free community pro-
grams will lead children into
the lives of the Timucua
Indians, the first inhabitants of
Florida a journey of more
than 4,000 years.
Call 261-7378, ext. 100, to
reserve your child's place.
Parents are invited to stay for
a free docent-led 8 Flags tour.
The University of North
Florida Department of English
will present William
Shakespeare's "The Taming
of the Shrew" at 8 p.m. June
21 and at 2 p.m. June 22, in
the John E. Matthews Jr.
Computer Science Building
(Building 15), Room 1303,
The play, which is free and
open to the public, is
comedy on the battle of the
sexes. The cast includes UNF
students and members of the
For more information,
contact the Department of
English at (904) 620-2273 or
Dr. Pam Monteleone at (904)
The newly formed daytime
theater group for adults will
meet at 2 p.m. on June 25 at'
Amelia Community Theatre,
209 Cedar St. The program
will include a workshop on
improvisation and the reading
of a one-act play written by a
local playwright. New mem-
bers are invited to attend.
There is no charge. For more
information, contact the the-
ater at 261-6749.
Theatre presents Disney's
"Beauty and the Beast" at
the Camden County High
The classic musical fairy
tale highlights the importance
of inner beauty. The show will
be performed June 26-28 at
7:30 p.m. and June 29 at 2:30
p.m. Whether young or old, a
,fan of the film, or just looking
to escape the summer heat,
everyone is sure to enjoy this
"tale as.old as time." Tickets
are $10 for adults, $7 for stu-
dents and $5 for children and
senior citizens. For tickets or
information call the box office
at (912) 729-746.3.
"Cats" comes to the
Times Union Center, Moran
Theater June 27-29. What
began as a musical about
cats after Andrew Lloyd
Webber picked up a book of
poems in an airport bookshop
has become one of the
longest running shows in
Broadway's history. Call the
FCCJ Artist Series Box Office
at 1-888-860-BWAY, or visit
limited number of tickets
remain so get yours today.
ON THE ISLAND
The Amelia Arts
Academy will offer group
piano lesson for adults who
have had some piano lessons
in the past or for those want-
ing to learn starting July 1
from 4-5 p.m. at the Peck
Center. Course is $80 for six
weeks. Call 277-1225 to reg-
The Richard Gilewitz
"GillaCamp Florida" Aug.
22-24 at the Florida House
Inn is for the beginning strum-
mer who wants to learn finger-
picking or the seasoned play-
er who wants to smooth out
some bumps in some age-old
techniques. This year will also
offer the Gilewitz concert
experience at the Florida
House Inn on Aug. 21 at.8:30
p.m. where fans, players, and
their families can share an
evening of good music, food
and fees are available at
camp.html or by calling (352)
860-2422. Also register at the
Florida House Inn.
Beech Street Grill, 801
Beech St., John Springer on
piano every Tuesday, Friday
and Saturday. Call 277-3662.
Caf6 Karibo, 27 N. Third
St. Call 277-5269.
Canopy Moon cafe, 105
S. Third St., live music from 8-
10 p.m. Friday.
Carolyn's on Centre, 316
D Centre Rachel in the bar
from 9 p.m.-1 a.m. tonight;
Rachel in the courtyard 2-6
p.m. Sunday. Call 277-6644.
Falcon's Nest, Amelia
Island Plantation, DJ Fridays
and Saturdays4rom 10 p.m.-2
a.m. The first Friday of each
month, $1 of every cover
charge will be donated to
Relay For Life, scheduled
Nov. 14 at the Ybor Alvarez
Soccer Complex in
Fernandina Beach. For more
information, contact Ginger
Holton at 321-4126 or at gin-
Florida House Inn, 22 S.
Third St. Call 261-3300.
Frisky Mermaid Bar &
Grille, 22 South Third St.,
bluegrass night Mondays;
songwriting contest every
Wednesday 7 p.m.-midnight;
blues and jazz Fridays and
Saturday 8 p.m.-midnight;
shag dancing and lessons 4-8
p.m. Sunday. Call 261 -3300.
Green Turtle, 14 S. Third
St. Call 321-2324.
Highway 17 Tavern,
850532 US 17 South, Yulee,
Summer Bike Blast the third
Saturday of each month; free
line dance lessons 6-7 p.m.
and swing dance lessons 7-8
p.m. Wednesday through
Sunday; karaoke with Phil 8
p.m. Tuesday; live music 8
p.m. Wednesday and
Thursday; live music 9 p.m.
Friday and Saturday; live
music 7 p.m. Sunday. Call
O'Kane's Irish Pub and
Eatery, 318 Centre St. Live
entertainment. Call 261-1000.
The Palace Saloon, 117
Centre St. Live entertainment.
Lounge, 302 Centre St., live
music at 9 p.m. in the court-
yard. Call 261-7490.
The Ritz-Carlton, Amelia
Island Lobby Lounge,
"Blues Night" with the Instant
Groove each Thursday from 8
p.m. to midnight.
Rivers Edge, 915 South
14th St. Live entertainment
Friday and Saturdays. Call
Sandy Bottoms, 2910
Atlantic Ave., live band 5-9
p.m. and karaoke 8 p.m. until
tonight; live band at 3 p.m.
and Rachel Young at 8 p.m.
Saturday; live band 3 p.m.
until Sunday; Macy's live on
Wednesday. Call 310-6904.
Seabreeze Lounge and
Sports Bar, 2702 Sadler
Road, live music. Call 277-
Slider's Seaside Grill,
1998 S. Fletcher Ave. Live
entertainment. Call 277-6652.
The Surf Restaurant and
Bar, 3199 S. FletcherAve.
Hipp Street 6-10 p.m. tonight;
Reggi Lee 1-5 p.m. and DJ
Roc 6-10 p.m. Saturday;
DATM 1-5 p.m. and Gary Lee
6-10 p.m. Sunday; Joe Matt 6-
10 p.m. Monday; Richard
Stratton 6-10 p.m. Tuesday;
DJ Roc Wednesday; Stevie
"Fingers" 6-10 p.m. Thursday.
Thyme World Cuisine,
Gateway to Amelia complex,
David Cole, pianist, 7-9 p.m.
Tuesday through Saturday.
Wicked Davey's Fancy
Saloon, 232 N. Second St.
Live music Fridays and
Saturday; Live Jam Band
Sunday 10 p.m. to close; DJ
AJ Wednesday; Hupp live
Thursday. Call 321-4224.
The Island Art
Association's First Coast
Community Bank exhibit
continues through mid July,
featuring Emylee McBrearthy,
Barbara Fuller, Elizabeth Dion
and Nancy Williams.
The Island Art
Association will offer a chil-
dren's art program on June
28 from 10:30 a.m.-noon. Call
the gallery at 261-7020 to
reserve a spot. Featured artist
for June at the gallery on '
North Second Street is Joyce
The Wall Art Gallery pres-
ents "Coming Together," an
exhibit featuring the artists of
VSA arts of Florida, through
A portion of the proceeds
of this show will benefit VSA
Arts of Florida, which provides
arts, education and cultural
opportunities by and for peo-
ple with disabilities. The
gallery is located at 122 S.
Eighth St. Call (866) 753-
MUSIC OFF THE ISLAND
Emmy Lou Harris per-.
forms at the Florida Theatre
at 8 p.m. June 26.
Harris has been hailed as
a major figure in several of
America's most important
musical movements of the
past three decades.
Call the box office at (904)
355-2787 or visit ticketmas
IF YOU GO
For more information on tango in Buenos Aires visit
El Tanguata magazine at www eliangaula corn cr Tango
Data at www langodata.gov ar (Spanish only)
Two of the best lango classes are La Academia
Tango Milonguero (Riobamba 416 4953-2794) and
Estudio la Esquina (Sarmiento 722 41h floor 4394-98986
To call from the United States, dial the inlernalional access
code (011). the country code for Argentina (54), the cily
code for Buenos Aires 111). and the local number
Buenos Aires is home to movie than 100 weekly mel-
ongas tiango dance parties) that lasi until 6 a m The most
popular venues are Club Villa Malcolm (Cordoba 5064
4383-7469); Salon Canning (Scalabrni Orliz 1331. 4342-
4794). El Nino Bien (Humberto Pnmo 1462, 4483-25881.
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100 ANNOUNCEMENTS 204 WorkWanted -103 Financial-Home/Property 606 Photo Equipment & Sales 619 Business Equipment 800 REAL ESTATE 13 [-.eITsie,t Pr,, e-r i. C.-.,0..'--ii ,'..ir,hed
101 Card of Thanks 205 Live-in Help 4041 Money To Loan 607 Ariuc,-Collecitlec-s 620 Co '...di," J iU. I .l W .*A,-,i.:. [.. .13u, .:.r F,,t ,l l- W-St la:ss u ',U .u.,t, 0 H.,rr,.. -FH ,,.
102 Lost & Found 206. Child Care 500 FARM & ANIMAL 608 iidclu,- 6-'1 :.i,r. Lr, .a t ., -ri r.,-,',,.,1i I, .:L.l,, h-.:.,,,-e I]_ i,,- i.an, d SL. ri., i H .r ,-U-.3 r1 r,_'h.d
103 In Memorlam 207 Business Opportunity 501 Equipment 60 "l.liaie 622 Plarnt.s. -i Frblr:,, -I ic:.Li., HoM.:.: L.:.r It, C3,amde CeCounir, e, l .3. .-.i enral-
104 Personals 300 EDUCATION 502 Livestock & Supplies 610 Oir Cnnlaner-H,eri.H.-,;,i-r cd.i3 S.,Bp IS.sl.e ie-14 rr.'l, Ijrl.,d Om-ne- 'I" OtrLer Areas 8 Bed n i,'-atfr
105 Public Notice 301 Fch, ...Is & Istruction 503 Pets/Supplies 611 H. -ic Fu,.nishligs 62.1 Ava r..Ji ir. u, ?1 d..a.: i:s 850 RENTALS 2 O. 3 .ff.
106 Happy Card 302 er -.e. 504 Services 612 .h sr,ai In r,,men, 62 Free it-,T,- '', ,,r,,t:n 1 ,, omm.ai. warn-d 86 .,n, r., .-ra
107 Special Occasion 303 Hobbles/Crafts 600 MERCHANDISE 613 i;le..Ns.,.-R3aCi.:-S..re.:- 700 RECREATION 'u' C:.,J.",n,,-,,T,u. u .. flli, Ho.-,-,es 6 TRANSPORTATION
108 Gift Shops 305 Tutoring 601 Garage Sales 614 J.7.eir,.,Witche '01 S13ar.s e. Tra,i-r .05. Ot f i:1-.3 ul ie e? lo1,l. Home Lor,- 901 Aur.-lt.,i.-.
200 EMPLOYMENT 306 Lessons/Classes 602 Articles for Sale 615 uM.idng r.lrerlri-, '*\z bo.t Suppli.; aD,, a.. -- L i,'-, : z,:[.4 '3P- R.,o, ,. 902 Tru..e
201 Help Wanted 400 FINANCIAL 603 Miscellaneous '.16 S[.:.age,Warehouses *03 p,.-rl. E.:i.pr,-:rt le: 10 N Farn 4N..:reage 555 Ap,-i rmen-.t-F-Furni sh2d *-3 an,'.
202 Sales-Business 401 Mortgage Bought/Sold 604 Bicycles 1.7 tl..:riner,..-Tool.;-Eq.J.p "'14 eEcrear.on- *,.cE-r, F i '.rrTr,-.i,.Petii 85, .LpaSrrnenrs-ULnfurn .3104 ri.:[or.:,"'r -
203 Hotel/Restaurant 402 Stocks & Bonds 605 Computers-Supplies r 18 Aucr..,s 705 Cor:mputE.rsS. a. ,ppii .12 iAr:,.c-.er, E..cr,ane C.or-.d.-.s-Furnsr,ed 905 C.m.TTr.:-ai
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If you have lost your cat or dog, pis vehicles for towing and storage and will COVER MEDICAL ASST/RECEPT- SERVICE REP Applicant will be
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FOUND DOG medium sized Collie located at 671 Airport Rd. (next to the 2DR VIN#1B3BA64A43G389926 at 12 TIME/25 hrs per week. Experi-ence and business skills as well as fluency in
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W E HIRE TOP 548-0410. 104 Personals Housing Act, which makes It (800)910-9941 today Ref#FL08. ANF duties will be required as well.
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HOME IMPROVEMENT SALESMAN -
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MANAGER NEEDED seeking
experienced manager for brand new
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DIRECTOR Financial administration
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sponsorships available. Employment
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IMMEDIATE OPENING for Associate
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promoting educational programs,
events; writing historical articles;
developing exhibits; and overseeing
curatorial staff. Send resumes to
Amelia Island Museum of History, 233
South 3rd St., Fernandina Beach, FL
32034 Attn: Judy McCoy
Office Assistant/Customer Service
- Part or full time available. Multi-
tasked, detail oriented, quick learner,
processing joi i i..i customers, a
little bit of .. ii.,,, Call Emily at
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S 204 Work Wanted
HANDYMAN All types of home repair
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service. Licensed, bonded, and Insured.
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SEMI RETIRED ELECTRICIAN -
Small jobs welcomed. (904)277-4777
CUSTOM CONTRACTING, INC.
No Job Too Small!
Free Estimates, Licensed & Insured.
(904)879-6106 or (904)813-6684
206 Child Care
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years experience. (904)261-6464
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drink advertised coffee after
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FREE Gracie, sweet & affectionate 2
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601 Garage Sales
BARN SALE & YARD SALE 2Fi and
Sat, 6/6 & 6/7; 6/13 & 6/14; 6/20 &
6/21; 6/27 & 6/28. Off A1A to Harts Rd
to 85604 Haley PI. Follow signs. Estate
ESTATE MOVING SALE -2164 Ketch
Ct. off 1st Ave. behind Dairy Queen.
Household items, tools, furniture,
antiques. Sat. 6/21, 8am-1pm. All
must go. Look for signs.
GARAGE SALE 32377 Grand Parke
Blvd. In Flora Parke. 2 baby crib sets, 2
king size bed sets, deep fryer, pinball
machine, & clothing. A lot more great
stuff. Sat. 6/21, 8am-lpm.
624 Wanted To Buy I
I BUY JUNK CARS & heavy
equipment for scrap. (904)879-1190 or
HIGHEST PRICE PAID in Nassau
For Junk Cars, Scrap Iron, Lg. Trucks
and Buses. Call (904)206-1866.
601 Garage Sales
MOVING SALE Sat. 6/21, 7am.
1922 Oak Dr., in .5 Points off A1A.
Desk, bookshelf, bike, entertainment
cabinet, much more.
MOVING SALE Bedroom furniture,
electric fireplaces, black rocker recliner;
housewares, ladies clothes, & much
more. State Rd. 107, behind Kangaroo
Station, 95118 Gerald Cir Fri. & Sat.,
8am-5pm. (904)813 9175
LONGABERGER BASKET SALE
INSIDE & YARD SALE OUTSIDE -
Sat. June 21st from 8am-noon.
Consultant close-outs, below Ebay
prices. Yard sale clothing, bedding &
more. NO early birds. In Flora Parke,
turn 1st left on Forest Parke Dr:, look
for signs. Basket calls only 491-8104
GARAGE SALE Furniture, women's &
kid's clothes, toys, movies, & lots
more. Sat., 8am-lpm. 1925 Clinch Dr.
YARD SALE 86356 Callaway Dr.,
Yulee. Fri. 6/20, 4pm-7pm & Sat.
6/21, 8am-4pm. Kids stuff plus.
GARAGE SALE Sat. 6/21, 8am-2pm.
2468 Pirates Bay Dr.
GARAGE SALE Fri. 6/20, 9am-lpm &
Sat. 6/21, 8am-lpm. 1402 S. Snapper
Ln., Fernandina. Furniture, men's,
women, children's clothing, toys,
household goods, DVDs, books, etc...
BIG SALE SATURDAY 8am 'til all
sold. We welcome you to our Home
Staging Inventory Sale--sofa, tables,
chairs, side tables, art, florals,
greenery, & accessories. All must go!
5336 Florence Point Drive, 261-8467.
YARD SALE Sat. 6/21/08. 1547 S.
5th St., off Clinch Dr. Stackable washer
& dryer, also regular washer & dryer,
baby bassinette, changing table,
catnap, (2) recliners.
MOVING SALE Some furniture,
men's clothes, ladies clothes szs to 3X,
much misc. Sat. 6/21 & Sun. 6/22,
8am-3pm. 85089 Lit William Rd., off
Rt. 107, follow the signs.
.MOVING SALE Sat. 6/21, 7am-?
96086 Sea Winds Dr. Volkswagen
Beetle '01, furniture, grill, tools,
stereo, housewares, lamps, clothing.
Call for directions (904)491-7996.
MISSIONS YARD SALE on Sat.
6/21, 7am-3pm. Quality furniture,
home goods, tools, toys, books,
clothes, & more at Living Waters World
Outreach Center, Highway AlA at
96282 Brady Point Road. 321-2117
3 Bedrooms / 2 Baths
Century 21. John 'I. Ferreira & Son. Inc.
I 01 Garage Sales I
5-FAMILY YARD SALE Pirates
Woods Rec Center, 97542 Blackbeards
Way, Yulee. Sat. 6/21, 8am-? Lots of
MULTI-FAMILY SALE Sliver,
clothing, Aerodyne furnishings, etc.
3585 S. Fletcher Sat., 7am-1pm. 261-
ART TO ARTIFACTS This & that.
201 Front St. Sat. 6/21, 8am-12pm.
2-FAMILY YARD SALE 1605
Highland St. Fri. 6/20 & Sat. 6/21,
9am-1pm. Boat, electronics, furniture,
housewares, toys, clothes, books,
Craftsman yard vacuum.
602 Articles for Sale
Frigidaire side by side, 25 cu. ft.,
white, Ice/water thru door, 2 yrs old,
$450. Whirlpool Quiet Partner II
dishwasher, white, 2 yrs old,
$175/OBO. (2) End tables & coffee
table, solid oak, medium color, exc.
cond., $100. (904) 321-1343
2 SETS TWIN MATTRESSES like
new. $125 each set. (904)415-2026
FOR SALE Sears washer $35. Almost
new dryer $65. Large microwave $25.
New electric edger $25. Call 556-2595.
610 Air Conditioners
HEAT/COOL Window units & Ice
machines, used all sizes w/warranty.
Repairs to central & window AC's,
refrigerators & freezers. KIsh's (904)
1611 Home Furnishings
KING SIZE BEDROOM SET Includes
bed + mattress, 2 end tables & dresser
(Dark Wood) VERY NICE. $600. If
Interested please call (904)415-1231.
FOR SALE Glass dining table
w/dolphin pedestal & 4 chairs,
cabinet, $175/ OBO. Call 321-0820.
11X20 SINGLE GARAGE Amelia BUILD A CUSTOM HOME for $75
Lakes. $100/mo. (904)277-7031 per sq. ft. & up, from Young American
Homes. Call (904)277-2908.
Costa Rica, India, Thailand, Mexico
Vast Network of Elite Hospitals & World Renowned Doctors
Face Lift $4,699 Tummy Tuck $5,199
Breast Augmentation $4,599 Breast Lift -$4,599
Breast Lift & Aug. $5,299 T. Tuck & Breast Aug. $7,399
Liposuction(3 areas) $5,199 Hair Transplant $3,999
Lower Body Lift $9,499
Lap Banding $7299 Gastric Bypass -$10,999
Doctors on American Board of Surgery
PACKAGE INCLUDES: *Round TripAir from Florida "All Medical Expenses-No
Extras 'Several US Board Certified Cosmetic Doctors *7 nights stay in Top Hotels
'Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner, Daily "Private Transportation & City Tours 'Nurse
Care 24/7 during Trip 'All Taxes & Tips VIP "Concierge" service Trip to
Magnificent TAJ MAHAL included for Bariatric procedures, prices may vary
depending upon airport & destination
COMPANION SPECIAL: Companion pays only $800 for Costa Rica & Mexico:
$1600 for India & Bangkok. Includes air fare & all features of package.
Inquire about Special Packages For
Hip, Knee, & Shoulder Replacements. Spinal, Heart, IVF, Meniscus, ACL, Rotator
C"uff Hnmia. HRtnraclomv A all lnihr procedures.
Great Investment Opportunit
In Dwvhown t. arys Ga
REAL.TOR, USN (RET)
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Nassau lRiver home at the ILW. Dock.
bulkhead, lift. Ig. terminal dock, boat ramp
&much more. 3/3. 3.407 sf plus a guest
house! Adjoining lot available.
Bells River home on deep water. llistoricalhome.comerofAsh&S3rd. I
Unobstructed access to the ocean. Block to Centre St. 2 blocks to the marina.
Rcstor( ;..- i, ,,, i ,-, -, f.,4/2.1g
bring your sailboat or trawler 4/2. 2, Iotw/.' i i .r,, ,i ii. '. zolnlng.
Bank Repos! 3BR/2BA home only
$350/mo. 4BR/2.5BA home only $400/
me. 5%, dn, 20 yrs @ 8% apr. For
listings/info (800)815-4392. ANF
FSBO 3/2 In beautiful Ocean Ridge.
New roof, kitchen & siding. Across from
community pool, 2 screened tiled
porches & hot tub. $369,900. (904)
DUPLEX LOT 1 block from beach on
First Ave. between Allan & Mizell.
60'X115'. $280,000. (904)733-0657
.Waterfront Homes & Lots Call
(904) 261-4066 for information. C.H.
701 Boats & Trailers
Yulee fenced, off Harts Rd. w/unfin-
804 Amelia Island Homes shed garage/apt $99,900. Nassau-
ville acre $49,900. Nick Deonas
-Realty, Jan Johnson (904)556-2114.
WONDERFUL 2BR/2BA PATIO
HOME Steps to beach & golf.
Updated, move-in ready. Easy to show.
Comm. pool. Lowest HOA dues.
$299,900. 225-8900 days, 261-3023
eves. Owner is licensed realtor.
HOUSE FOR SALE 2186 Taurus Ct.
2055sf. In ground pool hot tub. Back
yard fenced. Large building In back-can
be used as storage or pool house.
Screened back porch. Being used as
5BR. Can be covered back to 3BR with
formal living room & dining room. 2BA,
3 car garage-concrete driveways on
front & side of house. Corner lot.
Stove, refrigerator, microwave,washer,
dryer, water softener. $370,000. Call
(904)491-5273, (229)821-1086 or
FOR SALE BY OWNER Near Historic
District, 515 Fir St.' Newly remodeled.
Fenced In yard. Loaded with bamboo,
granite, all new stainless steel appli-
ances. A must see! Call for appoint-
ment (904)321-1968 or (904)206-
2 ACRES in Nassauville. $75,000.
Leave message 556-6673. Mobley
Heights to Owens Rd. to Lonnie Crews
Rd. to Patricia Ct.
810 Farms & Acreage
WHITE OAK, GA, 40 miles from
Yulee, 3200 sq ft log home on 10 acres
with barn secluded, fenced with
creek hunters paradise. $200,000.
Call for appointment today (904)468-
0375 or (912)576-1835.
MILO'S SHOE REPAIR for sale.
1617 8th St. $289,000. Negotiable.
1813 Investment Property'
FORECLOSED HOME AUCTION -
Florida Statewide 1000+ homes must
be sold Free catalog (800)616-6716
Visit www.oceanfrontamelia.com for a j W \
complete list, or call Bob.Gedeon at
)ceanfrontlRealty (904)261-8870. 5 IPre-Grand OWldtrihg Lakbfront Sale
""-, acres $49s90G-6/2o/08-ronly.-New
to market! Spectacular level 7 acre
hardwood setting, deep waterfront.
Prime, AL location, minutes from
interstate. Gated community, paved
road, county water, utilities, more.
Lowest financing in years. Call now
"(800)564-5092 x 1144. ANF
Short .6 Mile Walk to Beach
Desirable Ocean Reach!
1955 Anchorage Place
Beautiful 4BR/2BA, 2,009 ASF home.
Fireplace in living room w/ French doors to
covered patio. Split bedroom design. Fully
fenced and private back yard. Corner lot with
sought after side-load garage. $379,000
Call now for your private showing
LAKE HOMESITES from $24,900.
Clarks Hill Lake on GA/SC border.
Excellent financing available) Call
today. (877)426-2326 x4352, www.see
VIRGINIA MTNS. Log cabin shell on
2 private acres near very wide trout
stream In the Galax area & NeW River
State Park $139,500. Owner (866)789-
,AUCTION Winter Park (Orlando), FL.
4BR/3BA w/screened pool.. Online
bidding 6/24. Auction end 7/8 onsite
w/live webcast. www.abalauctibn.com.
(850)510-2510 AB2387. ANF
ABSOLUTE AUCTION 6/28. 671
recreational acres In Cumberland
County & 77.18 acres in Spring City,
TN. Furrow Auction Co. 1-800-
4FURROW. www.Furrow.com. TN Uc.
DOCKABLE TENNESSEE LAKEFRONT
- 3.5. acres $49,900. Nicely wooded,
.,gentle slope to water. Excellent fishing.
,Perfect for retirement/weekend get-
away. Lowest financing in 25+ yrs.
Must see. Call (888)792-5253 x1892.
ABSOLUTE AUCTION Sat. 6/28,
10am. Home + 66+/- acres Lumpkin
(Stewart Co.), 'GA. Target Auction
(800)476-3939 GA AU #003069 Albert'
Burney (256)543-1654, ANF
NEW ARIZONA LAND RUSH 1 or 2-
1/2 "Football Field" sized lots $0
down. $0 interest. $159-$208/mo.
Money back guarantee (866)745-3229
or www.sunsiteslandrush.com. ANF
HOW. ABOUT TENNESSEE? For a
list of available lake & mountain homes
& properties, call Lakeside Realty toll,
free (888)291-5253, or visit www.lake
(90q 4) 9R-.R7 --2359
Gre-.t Ocean Views!
Cusiom Ocean View Home,
$890,000 M LS#44144-8
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* Lake/Golf Course Home
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RESIDENTIAL REAL ESTATE EXPERT SPECIALIZING IN WATERFRONT PROPERTIES
CELL (904) 753-4390 OFFICE (904) 261-3986 ^1
SAMKELLUM@COMCAST.NET WWW.AMELIAWATERFRONT.COM 3321 S. Fletcher Ave.
Fernandina Beach, FL 32Q34_
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Call for Details
'PrIkd from 5120,00)0 .175,000
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$139,900 o MLS#46124
8I 07 Condominiums
MUST SELL Bring offers. 1BR/1BA
condo. Totally renovated, gated
community w/lake view and fitness
center. $124,500. Call (912)550-3409
808 Off Island/Yul
FOR SALE 3.3 acres on Mobley
Heights. $55,000. Call (904)753-2155.
SALE OR POSSIBLE RENT Like new
3BR/2BA, 1500sf, 12X12 covered patio,
garage, whole house water filtration
system, in desirable Reserve at Nassau
Lakes. Great 1st home or investment.
$199,900. (904)277-8780 ,
FSBO .- Beautiful 3BR/2BA attached
home In Laurel Landing. Great
Investment. Asking $189,500. (912)
674-3311 or (912)882-1933.
YOUNG AMERICAN HOMES Is
offering new homes starting at
$139,900 In Heron Isles off of Chester
Rd. $1.00 moves you in. Call (904)
Foreclosures! Buy 1-4BR homes
from $199/mo. Financing, Refs
Available. 5% dn, 20 yrs @ 8% apr. For
listings & Info (800)815-4392. ANF
OSPREY COVE Over 2000 sq. ft.
3BR/2BA, includes Golf membership,
$288K/OBO, will trade for mountain
property (TN,NC,GA). (904)583-2501
FOR SALE BY OWNER 86079
Bladon Rd., Yulee. 4BR/2BA D/W
mobile home, 2048 sq. ft., 1 acre,
pool. $149,000. (904)321-5641
JACKSONVILLE, FL Only $180/mo.
1 ac homesite, was $69,900 NOW
$39,900. 10% down, 3 yr fixed Interest
at 6.59%. Private gated community,
playground, lakes. 20 mins downtown,
EZ drive to beaches, near airport.
(877)439-5263. FL&R. ANF
1991 16' BASS TRACKER w/40hp
Evinrude. Boat Is In good shape & runs
great. $2500/OBO. (904)556-3281
20.5 GRADYWHITE CUDDY CABIN -
Re-powered '03, 4.3 V6 fuel Injected
Mere. Cruiser. '03 trailer, low hours.
17' BOSTON WHALER NEWPORT -
Fabulous machine. Too many options to
list. 1986 115 HP mercury, steal-it for
2006 WEST WIGHT POTTER 19 -
boat motor and trailer $12,500.
(Retails for $19,500) Fresh bottom
paint, blue water layup, bimini and
other extras. Only sailed three times,
moving to the mountains, must sell.
See her at Amelia Island Yacht Club
and make an offer. (904)607-8894
703 Sports Equipment
PRECOR COMMERCIAL EQUIPMENT
- Excellent condition. Light bronze/
putty. Angled leg press, lat pulldown,
vertical knee up/dip, ab bench. 261-
804 Amelia Island Homes
COASTAL LIVING COPY 1.7 acres
on Island. Pond, pool. Country living In
the city. (904)415-0371
Renters in place
Rent one live in one
2 bedrooms / 1.5 baths
Wren Drive off of Clinch
Century 21, John T. Ferreira & Son, Inc.
$1 OO OFF
Large Apartments On- ite Muangement Clubhouse & Playground Pool
20 Minutes From Femandina & Jacksonville
OPEN 8:30A.M. 5:30p.M. riday
APART N 'T S
(904) 845-2 22
37149 Cody Circle millard, Florida
I 1 i i 1
FRiDAY,] UNE 20,2008 CLASSIFIED News-Leader I
817 Other Areas
REAL ESTATE AUCTION Sat. 6/21,
lOam(cst), Residential lots in Fairhope,
Foley/Gulf Shores, Orange Beach &
Pensacola Some sell Alsolutel! Hurry,
all properties available 'for purchase
before the auction! Auction held at
29121 Perdido Beach Blvd., Orange
Beach, AL (800)445-4608 or
www, hontaqesales.com for more info.
DFarmcr793. Heritage Realty &
LAKE PROPERTIES from just
$39,900. Lake Guntersville, Scotts-
boro, AL. Marina, gated entrance, u/g
utilities. Buy now, build later. Excellent
financing available. (877)917-5253
x4270, www.seeqoi.com. ANF
MURPHY, NC PROPERTY Now is the
time to buy! Views, streams, homes,
cabins, acreage. Call for free brochure.
(800)642-5333 Realty of Murphy,
www. roaltvofmurphv.com. ANF
COASTAL GEORGIA Gated
golf/waterfront community located
between Savannah & St. Simons
island. Fitness Center, nature trails,
tennis, boat docks. SPECIAL PRICING
starting at $65K. (877)266-7376. ANF
Colorado Ranch Foreclosures 100
acres just $59,900. Other ranches
available. Year round roads, access to
utilities. Excellent financing available.
(866)696-5263 x4289, www.FLloves
851 Roommate WantedI
ROOM FOR RENT Large house to
share. Carport, quiet neighborhood
located in Nassauville. $450/mo. Incl.
852 Mobile Homes
3BR/2BA near Hwy 17 & Harts Rd.
,Fenced yard. Pets w/approval. $875/
mo. + $1075 dep. (904)206-3423
FURNISHED like new doublewide,
2BR/2BA w/den on acre w/fenced
backyard on spring fed lake. $1000/
mo. 1st & 1 mo. security. 321-2785
2BR/2BA W/D, storage shed, lawn
maintenance & garbage included.
Nassauville area. $700/mo. + $700
STATIONERY RV FOR RENT Weekly
or monthly. In a campground. (904)
CAMPER FOR RENT $100 weekly.
Sandpiper Court. (904)261-6957
3BR/2BA SINGLEWIDE located on
Douglas Rd., $850/mo. + $800 dep.
2BR/2BA SINGLEWIDE located on
Richard Dr. $750/mo. + $700 dep.
Service animals only. (904)753-2155
2BR/1.SBA Private, shaded lot,
ceramic tile kitchen & bath, carport.
References required. 261-5148 or 557-
1853 Mobile Home Lots
1 ACRE MOBILE HOME LOTS for
rent in Yulee. $250/mo. Call 225-0133
-ROOM FOR RENT/FEMALE Yulee.
$395/mo., all inclusive. Washer/dryer
available. No 1st or last. $250 security
deposit. Call (904) 548-7592.
-Furnished ..., 1
-At The Beach Effic. $135/wk +
dep., until. incl. Long term. 1, 2 & 3BR
SWMH in park on island starting $175/
wk or $695/mo + dep. 261-5034
858 Condos-Unfurnishedl 859 Homes-Furnished
OCEANFRONT 3BR/2BA DUPLEX -
Furnished or unfurnished. $1800-
$2000/mo. + sec. dep. Call (912)227-
6969 or (904)491-4175,
VERY LARGE 2BR/2BA Ocean view,
garage, work bench, sun deck, all new
tile. Walk to beach. $1200/mo. Call
ALWAYS RENTING? 1-4BR homes
from $199/mo. Buy a 3BR/2BA home
only $200/mo. 5% dn, 20 yrs @ 8%
apr! For listings (800)815-4392. ANF
APT. FOR RENT 1BR apt. downtown.
References required. $710/mo. + $710
deposit. Call (904)261-4543.
GARAGE APT. DOWNTOWN 1BR,
with laundry hook-up, big deck. Clean
& newly built. 322 N. 3rd St. $650/mo.
(1) 1BR & (1) STUDIO APT. -
available downtown. Upstairs units..No
smoking. No pets (except service
animals). Rent starts at $600/mo.
Includes utilities. References required.
CUTE STUDIO APARTMENT
Downtown Fernandina. Short term
rental until September 30th. $650/mo.
includes utilities. 321-0874
CLEAN DUPLEX near Summer
Beach. 2BR, central air, W/D hookups.
Svc animals only. $675/mo. 1 yr lease.
261-5130, The Realty Source, Inc.
ACROSS STREET FROM BEACH 1st
floor, all tile, 2BR/1.5BA, W/D hookup,
private yard w/outside hot & cold
shower, newly painted, includes cable.
$1150/mo. + dep., (904)753-3695
2BR/1BA Johnson Lake area.
Electric & cable incl. Laundry access-
ible. Svc animals only. $750/mo. +
$750 dep. (904)548-8132. Lease
BLOCK FROM BEACH 2530-A First
Ave. 2BR/1BA, W/D. $900/mo. in-
cludes water, sewer,. garbage. $800
dep. 12 month lease. (904)277-2253
OCEAN VIEW TOWNHOUSE 2BR/
1.5BA, W/D hookup. Pet allowed. 2569
S. FletcherAve. (904)583-2456
OCEANVIEW 3BR/1BA luxury
duplex, tile throughout, central A/C,
alarm, W/D, deck. 927 N. Fletcher.
$1025/mo. + dep. (904)386-1005
1BR CONDO Amelia Lakes. $700/
NEVER LIVED IN! 3BR/2BA in The
Cottages at Stoney Creek. 1-car
garage, gated community, pool &
cabana. Service animals only. Only
$1200/mo. Call (904)288-7799.
859 Homes-Furnished I
AMELIA ISLAND PLANTATION -
Completely furnished 3BR/2BA home.
No lease. Month to month. Immediate
occupancy. Call (904)631-3799 for
HOUSE ON ISLAND 3BR/2.5BA,
luxuriously furnished, walk to beach or
historic downtown. Short term lease
OK. $1400/mo. includes lawn care & all
utilities except electric. Available 7/1.
(904)261-8030 0 Cell (904) 753-0366
Llrit lsheCgdes On rtan
* Cape Sound Condos Gated cpmminlty in
Amelia Island w/ pool. tines, ceniter & gazebos
around 2 ace lake.
-1883 Whilte Sands Way 3BR13.5BA 2.404 SF. 3
floors wv/elevaitoe l6S00tuno.
-2S2 White Sands Way 3BR3BA. 1992 SF.
S1885 White Sands Way atCape Sound -
3BR/35BA. 2.140-1 Sicomrplet elyvfmnlslied. minl.
30 davlease. Call for rates
* 2166 White Sands Way at Cape Sound
3B35,sBA. comipletelv fiunsihed, ,iln 30 day
lease (all fort,
2110 Beac /oocd.Vill.aAn),ni.i ni,,i ...
Plantatilo- ?BI)lA rl a iunit on 2id floor,
fully fumnlshed. overlooks pool.lake &golf
SPACIOUS & SECURE New 3BR/2BA
upgraded end unit Townhouse Condo.
Porch overlooking pond. Pool. 1600+
sq. ft. I garage. Lease to ownl
$1200/mo. Available July 1st. Call 631-
LOUNGE BY THE POOL or walk to
the beach! Amelia Woods 2BR/2BA unit
with many extras. Includes water,
sewer, garbage. $950/mo. + security
AMELIA LAKES 2BR/2BA ground
floor, lakefront. $1150/mo., water &
sewage included. $1000 dep. Lease or
sell. Avail 7/1/08. (904)612-1137
LOVELY 3BR/2BA TOWNHOME in
Natures Walk. Large living space &
additional loft space for office or sitting
area. Landscaped yards & beautiful
neighborhood. 1114 A Natures Walk.
$1100/mo. + dep. Call Sara at (904)
GORGEOUS 3BR/2BA TOWNHOME -
1 block from beach. Bamboo hardwood
flooring, very nice. Living room,
kitchen & master BR located on top
floor. 2BR/1BA, single car garage on
lower floor. 740 A Tarpon Ave.
$1200/mo. + dep. Call Sara at (904)
2BR/2BA COLONY UNIT 2-car
garage. Newly remodeled. Pool &
tennis court. No smoking. $1000/mo.
+ dep. & util. Call 548-0774 or 556-
3BR/2BA MARINERS WALK -
Available 7/1. 6 mo. lease. Furnished
or unfurnished. $1050/mo. Call (916)
3BR/3BA CONDO w/garage. Walk to
shopping & beach. No smoking;
Service animals only. $1100/mo, (904)
LUXURY CONDO 3BR/2BA. Vaulted
ceilings. New SS appliances, flooring &
paint. Gated. Spa. Pool. 1.5 miles to
beach. $1050/mo. (904)251-9525
NEVER LIVED IN! 2BR/2BA In The
Cottages at Stoney- Creek. 1-car
garage, gated community, pool &'
cabana. Service animals only. Only
$1100/mo. Call (904)288-7799
CONDO FOR RENT 1.5 blocks from
beach. 2BR/1.5BA, completely remod-
eled, W/D hookups, new appliances,
pool & amenities Included. $1000/mo.
+ sec. dep. Short/long term lease. Call
BestAddress in Fernandina Beacd
1, 2, 3 & 4 Bedrooms
V'NlIKE THE REST!'
Call for Specials 0),
3BR/1BA 2114 Florida Ave., near
beach, Egans Creek. W/D. $995/mo.
2406 PIRATES BAY 2BR/2BA with
loft & 2-car garage. $1200/mo. Call
Amelia Rentals at (904)261-9129.
SEASIDE: 2,300sf private home,
4BR/3 full baths for long-term lease.
Walk or cycle to the beach, Ft. Clinch,
or town. Enjoy the peacefulness and
serenity among the beautiful century
oaks in prestigious Seaside. $1,800
month. Call (904)753-2449 or (770)
97076 ARNOLD RIDGE DR. -
4BR/2BA, FP. $1350 includes lawn &
pest service. Nick Deonas Realty, Inc:
1/2 off 1st month's rental (904)277-
VERY CUTE 3BR/2BA HOME on
Amelia Island in quiet neighborhood
with large oak trees & nice yard.
Conveniently located to grocery stores
& shopping. 1967 Pine Dr. $1000/mo.
+ dep. Call Sara at (904)753-3268.
LAKEWOOD 3BR/2BA; W/D hookup,
screened porch, shed. Pets OK
w/deposit. $1250/mo. Call (904)277-
3BR/2BA ISLAND HOME In
Lakewood. Corner lot, fenced yard, 2-
car garage & outdoor storage shed.
$1100/mo. No Indoor smoking. Small,
pets considered. Available June 1st.
Marsh View Executive Home
Brand-new condition Including carpet
and hardwood flooring. Jacuzzi tub in
master bedroom. Stainless Steel kitch-
en appliances. Beautifully land-scaped
with gorgeous saltwater marsh views.
2210 Atlantic Avenue, Fnda Bch
(32034). $1,500/mo. Call (904)277-
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2687 Benz PI 3BR/2BA $279,000
96296 Oyster Bay DR 4BR/3..5BA $660,000
87105 Kipling Dr 4BR/2.5BA $189,500
97706 Katfish Ln Pirates Woods 3BR/2.5BA $337,000
86299 Evergreen Pi Hickory Village 4BR/3BA $329,500
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* Ocean Sound 3BR/2BA Tile floors thiru-out. Master suite,
nice patio and fenced in yard. Available July 1st. $1575
SBlue Heron (Oak Ridge) 3BR/2BA large single family
home on a corner lot. Fireplace skylights, vaulted ceilings, two
car garage and new patio / deck for entertaining in your large
back yard. $1200
* 1791 Arbor Ct.. (Parkway South) 3BR/2BA lovely home
located near beach, historic downtown and the Ritz Carlton.
- Large fenced backyard. $1450
** Woodberry Ln. (The Preserve)- 4BR/4BA or 4BR/3BA
Home w/ fireplace. Community pool, Golf club membership.
Pest control & lawn care included. $2200
*'Nature's Gate Court (Natures Gate) 4BR/2BA
Beautifully maintained brick home that backs up to Greenbelt.
$1550 Includes water & lawn care
SINGLE FAMILYY OFF ISLAND
Summer Trace (Otter Run) 3BR/2BA newly remodeled
home, with screened in patio, fenced yard, and new appli-
Bahama Pt. (Paradise Commons) Like new 2BR/2BA
deliuxe flooi plan in large screened poich off living room
overlooking lake & natural area. $1050
Paradise Commons 2BR/2BA Like new home. Community
uieniliies available. $950
Spring Meadow 3BR/I3BBA home sibling on almost an acre
lol. Tile floon ll[ li-olit except bedrooms. $1350
* Park Ave. (Amelia. Park) 3BR/2.SBA Lovely home in
Amelia Park. Walking distance to Y.M.C.A. and centrally
located close to beach and shopping centers.Available July 1st.
* Westwind Court (Colony) 2BR/2BA Large 2 car garage.
Includes fireplace, Whirlpool tub, community pool and tennis
court. Only thirly minutes from Jacksonville. Available July
* Forest Ridge #D3 2BR/2BA available Jun ie 1 enjoy all the
community amenities from this iwo slory condo. Includes
pool, tennis courts, Bar-B-Q grills and ponds'. $850
* Beachwood Road (Amelia Island Plantation) 2BR/2BA
. on Amelia Island Plantation. 1st flool overlooking pool, lake
and golf course. Water, sewer, trash & lawn care are inc.
* 1st Ave. B 3BR/3.5BA. 2 car garage. Ocean views. Screened
porch '& short walk to beach. $1695
* Natures Drive 3BR/2.5BA Lovely lonlituomc centrally
located on the island. Minutes lo shopping, schools and the
* S. Fletcher A 2BR/1BA, newly icnovated wilh new
appliances. Oceanfront. Great views. $1250
* Spring Tide Ln. (River Place) 3B1/4BA Features 2-car
garage with private elevator. Boat slip available. $2300
* Leslie Court 3BR/2BA Fully furnished, only 2 blocks to the
beach. Open floor plan and large deck. $1550 Available 6/15
631 Thrpon Ave #631 3/3 end unit townhome located
in Fernandina Shores, approx 1,700 sf, semi ocean
view, close to tennis courts and community pool. Short
walk to the beach. $1,150/md.
232 N. 6th Street 3/2, Hardwood floors throughout.
Beautiful porch. Located in historic downtown.
41 Oak Grove Place 2/1 w/ in-ground swimming
pool. Located close to downtown. .Pool care includ-
1641 Park Avenue in Amelia Park 2/2.5, 2 master
suites, beautiful courtyard for outside barbeques. 2 car
garage. Close to shopping, dining &, beach.'
95141 Amalfi Drive #3 inmlHarrison Cove- 3/3.5 town-
home in gated corfimunity, backs up to Nature Preserve,
close to Ritz-Carlton. Summer Beach membership
available for small fee. Community swimming pool.
2 car garage. W/D and lawn care inc. $1,550/mo.
95152 Elderberry Lane'in The Preserve Beautiful
3/2.5 town home, 2,605sf, master suite down, commu-
nity pool, W/D and lawn care inc. Summer Beach mem-
bership available for small fee. 2 car garage.
95186 Woodberrv Lane in The Preserve 3/3, 2,008
sf patio home w/ custom built-ins in living room, walk-
in shower in guest bath, laundry tub, tile in lanai and
front porch. Short walk to beach, beautiful comm. pool.
Summer Beach membership available for small fee.
95024 Barclay Place #2 in Harrison Cove Beautiful
2/2 townhome w/ tile floors throughout, granite counter
tops. Many upgrades and screened in lanai. Gated
Community. Summer Beach membership available for
small fee. W/D and lawn care inc. $1,600/mo.
15 Willow Pond in Amelia Island Plantation 3/2.5
furnished home w/ in-ground swimming pool & pool
cabana suite located on the golf course. All utilities,
pool & lawn care inc. $3,100/mo.
Amelia Lakes Condominiums ASK ME ABOUT
FREE RENTI Conveniently located just off the island
in a beautiful gated community. #625 2BR deluxe
floor plan, 2nd floor end unit w/ new paint, tile floors,
1,180 sf includes W&D: $875/mo. #415- 2BR deluxe
floor plUan, ground floor end unit w/ new paint, tile
floors, 1,180 sf, includes W&D. $850/mo. #423 -
Traditional floor plan, 2nd fl. unit. $850/mo.
86308 Augustus Avenue in Cartesian Pointe 3/2,
fenced backyard on pond, 1490 sf, covered lanai, irri-
gation, washer/dryer included. $1,150/mo.
76087 Long Pond Loop in Cartesian Pointe 3/2,
fenced backyard with covered lanai, 1590,sf, security
and Irrigation, full size washer/dryer incl. $1,200/mo.
86125 Sand Hickory Trail in Hickory Villaee 4/2,
large family room, LR & DR, eat in kitchen, conven-
ient to all schools. $1,200/mo. Avail 7/1.
4237 Summer Breeze Driv'e in North Shore 4/2,
1900+ sf, screened porch, large lot w/ partial marsh
view, wood & tile floors in main living.,$1,350/mo.
87232 Kipling Drive in Bells River Estates 3/2 w/
huge screened porch overlooking pond, large rooms
throughout, upgraded appliances including washer and
96220 Long Beach Drive in North Hampton Very
nice 3/2 home on pond, Lg. kitchen overlooks huge
family room, 2 car garage, golf community with pool
and rec. area. $1,550/mo. Owner occupied.
95011 Buckeye Court in Amelia National Large
3/2.5 home.w/ officelden in gated golf course commu-
nity, 2,500 sf, 2 car garage, open & bright floor plan,
upgraded kitchen, covered lanai w/ nice sized back
yard. Pool & other social amenities available.
96276 Blanckrock Haummock Drive in Blackrock
Hammock 3/2.5, 3 car garage. Luxury sitting on
2.22 acres partially wooded. 2.500+ sf w/ 2 story fam-
ily room. $1,800/mo.
85369 Sagaponack Drive in North Hampton 4/3,
2600 sf, in golf community. Screened lanai overlook-
ing pond & 13th green, tile in living area & bath,
Plantation shutters, 3 car garage. $1,850/mo. Tenant
96017 Tara Glen Lane in Blackrock Hammock -
4/3.5, 2-story Mediterranean style home on pond, cor-
ner lot, 2.983 sf, 3 car garage, hardwood floors &
berber carpet, 2-story family room. $2,400/mo.
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Wood subdiv., YulCCee. 1-ironl and bnck
porches. Wooded lot is 2/3 acre with
privacy fencing. Access to community
pool, clubhouse, dock and boat ramp.
Outdoor pots OK. $1250/mo. Conven-
lent drive to Jax or GA. Avail. June 30;
4BR/2.SBA Home only $325/mo.
2BR/1BA only $199/mo. 5% dn, 20 yrs
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S1925 S. 14; St., Suite 4 Amelia Island, FL
277-9700 (800) 227-9701
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OCEAN FRONT 5/5 Gorgeous, totally reno-
vated fully furnished beach home. Wonderful
views from almost every room in the the house
. Must see! $1,900,000 MLS# 45754
SHOWS LIKE A MODEL 4/2 large lot backs up
to preservation area. Numerous upgrades.
THE MOMENT YOU CROSS OVER THE
THRESHOLD, you will see the attention to
detail is nothing les than superb. Many
upgrades in this immaculate 3/2 home.
MUST SEE! 5238,000 MLS# 45886
OCEAN FRONT Very nice 3 BR/2BA
home. Climate controlled bonus room.
$1,300.000 MLS# 45840
WON'T LAST! 3/1 home on island, hard-
wood floors, lots of storage. $164,900
3/2 DOUBLEWIDE on 11.87
acres. Vinyl siding 2x6 frame.
RESIDENTIAL LOT Amelia Island
Plantation. Beautiful wooded, cor-
ner lot in gated community.
$325,000 MLS# 45531
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S** 836 Laura Street 1800 sq. It. 2/2 upstairs, oceanviews. $1200/mn
1414 lan Street 2/1 older MH Available Now. $650/mo.
:: 536-B N. Fletcher2/2, 2 blocks from beach. Available Now. $975/mo.
. 95020 Starling Court Amelia Nat'l., gated community.
. . ,.86417P3/2.5 with 3-/+car garage. $1, 895/mo.
....86417 Peeples Rd.3/2 on large lot. Available Now. $995/mo.
97304 Yorkshire Dr. Large 2/1 on Tidal Creek, so peaceful! $1,000/mo. Avail Now!
CORNER LOT HOME 3/2 Well 861251 Worthington Dr. 4/2.5 fenced yard, 2 car garage. Lawn maintenance
kept home, split floor plan, large back included. $1,400/mo. Avail. July 1.
yard and nicely landscaped. COMMERCIAL
Motivated seller. 5159,900 1939 S. 8TH Street 4 Office unit available, Now $400/mo each + tax.
M LS#45249 Located directly across from Burger King.
LUXURY HOME. SHORT WALK TO
BEACH. HOME OFFICE 3400sf 4BR/
4BA, 3-car gar:, 50' screened porch.
$1950/mo. 9 mo. min. (904)982-9797
GREAT HOUSE Can be commercial.
2-3BR. 332 S. 9th St. $850/mo. F
ulliltles. Available 7/1. (904)321-3404
ACROSS BEACH I large BR, A/C,
' ..... .. all new, st floor. $850/mo.
:.i all (904)261-0164.
YULEE 3BR/1BA like new, $875.
YULEE TOWNHOME 3BR/2.5BA,
$1100. Jackie Darby (904)556-6861.
2BR/1BA HOUSE 2-car gar., all
apple's, north end of island, across
street from beach. No smoking. Svc
animals only. $950/mo.+dep. 491-
MARSH VIEW IN PLANTATION -
Beautiful executive home in excellent
condition. 5000+ sq. ft. 3BR on 1
acre. 6 month lease or longer. Call
Unique Rentals (904) 261-3900.
RIVERFRONT HOUSE FOR RENT -
3BR/2BA riverfront home w/dock
access, located on Amelia Island.
Flexible rental terms. $1495/mo +
utilities. Call 753-3672.
3BR/2BA in Flora Parke. $1295/mo.
Available June 1st. Call Linda (321)
HOUSE FOR RENT In Yulee. 2BR/
1BA, CH&A. $700/mo. First & last
month's up front. Call (904)753-1247.
1571 INVERNESS RD. ON ISLAND.
3BR/2BA updated home. Very close to
beach & shopping. $1295/mo. (904)
HOUSE FOR RENT Quiet neighbor-
hood. $900/mo. Deposit required.
1505 Broome St. Call (904)261-6653.
HOUSE FOR RENT 434-B Tarpon
Ave. Ocean view 3BR/2BA, spacious
rooms & garage. $1300/mo. Call (270),
WONDERFUL 3BR/2.5BA PATIO
HOME Sttps to beach & golf. Comm.
pool. $1375/mo. 225-8900 days, 261-
2BR/2BA HOME available Immedi-
ately. Located In a quiet neighborhood,
convenient to schools, downtown &
main beach. $900/mo. + sec. dep. Call
Sara at (904)753-3268.
*KETCH CT. 3BR/2BA.
House close to the beach, 2 car
garage. Sl,300/mo. Available
4BR/2!BA house in Meadowfield
Bluff. 2 C(ar Garage. $1,350/mo.
* MREADO WOOD -
4BR/2BA House in Meadowfield
Bluff. SI295/mo. Includes lawn
maint. Available Now.
*SOUTH FLETCHER AVE. -
IBR/lBA unit. Great ocean view.
$800/mo. Available Now.
*TARPON AVE. Furnished
3BR/2BA duplex. Close .to
hi; Si. 129 ''; As ailable
*FOREST RIDGE 2BR/1IBA
condo. Close to beach.
$1050/nto. Includes all utilities.
.* NASSAU LAKES 3BR/2BA
house in Nassau Lakes. 2 car
garage. $1.050/imo. Available
*SUZAN COURT 3BR/2BA
house on north end of Island
close to beach. $1,050/mo.
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87535 CREEKSIDE DR. Pristine 3/2
home. Like new. Security & sprinkler
system. Large eat-In kitchen. $1250.
Nick Deonas Realty, Inc. 277-0006.
Chester Rd. to Roses Bluff. Left into
Creekslde, a newer smaller neighbor-
1861 Vacation Rentals
Get Away To Paradise Now Make it
an Island resort vacation. Save gas &
50% on suits & gulf front parlors
$135. Limited time offer. Details
OCEANVIEW 3BR/2BA & 2BR/1BA.
Call (904)261-4066, C.H. Lasserre,
Realtor, for special rates.
RV SITES from $199/wk & rental
units from $750/wk on private island
resort in the Florida Keys. Call
Sunshine Key at (305)872-2217 or visit
VACATION CHALET in North
Carolina Mountains. River overlook,
cozy, well furnished, majestic views.
Peaceful. Lots to do. $545/wk. or
OFFICE FOR LEASE 850 sq. ft.
1557 S. 8th. $900/mo. Call (904)277-
4743 or 753-2081.
340 SQ FT of commercial/office
space located In prime location strip
mall on 8th St. Competitive pricing at
$365/mo + taxes & utilities. Avail
Immediately. Call Sara at (904)753-
OFFICE SPACE AVAILABLE in the
Historic District downtown at the Old
School House. Some utilities are
Included. Please call (904)261-8249 to
preview these offices.
TURNKEY CLASS A OFFICE SPACE -
In Gateway To Amelia complex
available for professional service firm
on an office sharing basis. If Interested
contact David Rubinstein at (904)277-
AMELIA CONCOURSE AREA 2000
sq. ft. available. Call 753-2018 for
DEERWALK Prime high visibility
location on A1A In O'Neal. 1250sf
units. Curtiss Lasserre Real Estate
S3BR 2BA at Lakewood.$1,250/mo
+ utilities. Includes lawn care.
*First Ave. 2BR/I.5BA Unfurn w/
garage. Short distance to beach.
*3BR/2.5BA at Amelia Woods,
short distance to beach, pool, ten-
nis. Will do lease purchase
$1,250/mo. + util.
*200 Lighthouse Circle 3BR/2BA
w/ magnificent view of Egans
Creek. Lease $1,850/mo. + util.
See to appreciate.
*34 Harbor Ct./Marsh Lakes. -Very
nice patio. home, 3/2 with lawn
care. $1300/mo unfurn.
*3BR/I.5BA at 428 S. 14th Street
$975/mo. + until, $1.500 sec. dep.
*2BR/IBA Gar. Apt., 2822 S.
Fletcher $1450/mo. + until
*4BR/2BA at Flora Parke. Backs to
preservation area $1,450/mo +
*2BR/2BA at the Cottages at
Stoney Creek. Just off island, very
nice upgrades $1,250/mo + until
*A F F O R D A B L E
WEEKLY/MONTHLY 2BR/I BA
Oceanview. 487 S. Fletcher. Call
for more information
PRIME RETAIL SPACE FOR LEASE -
in Historic Fernandina. 1,000 sq. ft.,
lots of light, excellent location -
formerly Barwick Studio, location 4 N.
Second St. Contact Carol at 277-2639
2000 SQ. FT. WAREHOUSE Loading
dock, downtown, on truck route. $750
plus utilities. Call 321-2222.
warehouse w/12'x15' office & bath. (1)
12'x12' rollup door. 2424B Lynndale
Rd. Call Jim Deal 261-6230 or cell
2005 DODGE NEON for sale-
$5900/OBO (must* sell). In great
condition inside and outside. Single
owner. Has 63,000 miles and regular
tune-ups. Excellent gas mileage! Call
2002 VW JETTA 4 dr. GLS 1.8T
turbo sedan. Silver, fully loaded,
automatic. 56,600 mi. Asking $9000/
OBO. 321-2319, (904)753-3686
'01 CADILLAC CATERA 66,000 mi.
Exc. cond. Champagne w/tan leather
Int. Luxury car at affordable price,
1993 JEEP CHEROKEE 4X4 Good
mechanical shape. $1200. (904)626-
BMW 2 door, year '91, Model 325-I.
Good tires, battery, air. $1300/OBO.
2005 DODGE QUAD CAB Blue &
gray, Hemi, power everything, towing
package, leather. $15,900. 261-8965
2000 DODGE DAKOTA Quad Cab, 1
owner, all power, AM/FM/XM, satellite
radio. 61,500 mi. Mint cond. $5900.
Home 277-2597, cell 415-0356
2003 HONDA MAGNA 5100 miles
excellent condition $3900. 415-0322
2005 700 POLARIS ATV
SPORTSMAN with 136.5 hours used.
Excellent condition, $4500. (904)206-
*Approx 850 s.f. by Fastenal and
Peacock Electric in O'Neil, good
exposure on AIA. Great for show
room or office space $1350/mo +
*Approx 1,800 s.f. Retail Bldg* 1839 S.
8th St Lease by Huddle'House
$2,250/mo + tax or may purchase.
*2385 JAMESTOWN ROAD Approx
2400 SF Great for Retail, Office;
Industrial or light manufacturing
located at Indsturial Park by airport.
Roll up doors and easy access. Rare
zoning allows many uses. $2,500/mo
+ tax + until
*DEER WALK 1.250 s.f. bay facing
A1A in O'Neil, end cap unit, great
visibility and parking. Retail/ Office
space with warehouse from $2,150
per mo. includes tax, CAM, water,
sewer & garbage.
* (2)Amelia Park Office Suites 576
s.f.+/- Fronting 14th Street and 900
s.f. +/- beside the Travel Agency.
*Approx 1,650 s.f.+/- at 13 N. 3rd St.,
just off of Centre St. Lots of parking
in area and good walking traffic.
$3,1001mo. + until & tax
*Centre St. & 4th Great corner for
office or business, private parking (5
cars). Call for details.
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YULEE HOUSE 3BR with large fenced 1018 SQ. FT. -' South end of island.
in yard. $825/mo. Call (904)626-1677. $1550/mo. Call (904)277-3376.
CURTIS S H. 2004 CRF100R HONDA DIRT BIKE -
Exc. condition, asking $1245. Helmet
LASSERRE $55 Call (904)277 2524.
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